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Sarnia Observer
Some Sarnia parks programs cancelledOfficials in Sarnia and Petrolia are making changes to some municipal programs
Sarnia Observer / Posted 4 hours ago
Officials in Sarnia and Petrolia are making changes to some municipal programs because of Monday's solar eclipse. Sarnia's Parks and Recreation Department is closing the Cox Youth Centre, Tecumseh Pool, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., and cancelling its open... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Desperate mum in search for 'Spice zombie' son before 'he dies'homeless as a way to "survive" on the streets. The Post joined her on a two-ho
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 hours ago
homeless as a way to "survive" on the streets. The Post joined her on a two-hour scout of the city to find her son on Friday, August 11.A man wriggling on the floor (Image: Nottingham Post) Sneinton Market, Emmanuel House, Milton Street, Hockley... Read more
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Everton FC
Away Fan Guide: Manchester CityIf you have any ticketing enquiries regarding your match ticket or duplication
Everton FC / Posted 6 hours ago
If you have any ticketing enquiries regarding your match ticket or duplication requests, please contact our Fan Centre as you will need a valid match ticket for entry. It is important that you have purchased, and are in possession of, the correct... Read more
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The Border Mail
On this Day in Ballarat | March 15- Practice Game at north Ballarat 11 years old Jay Aguila and 11 year old Kyle
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
- Practice Game at north Ballarat 11 years old Jay Aguila and 11 year old Kyle Bolt. 2003 - Ballarat Health Services 2003 Charity Golf Day at Buninyong Golf Club. Pictured from left, John Tierney, Darren Martin, Anthony Chapman and... Read more
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Spalding Today
FEATURE: Tales of demons, skulduggery and legends at Crowland Abbeystreets of Crowland - North, South and West were actually waterways, and the Tr
Spalding Today / Posted 2 days ago
streets of Crowland - North, South and West were actually waterways, and the Trinity Bridge, which still stands in the town centre over the now paved roads, is testament to that. The abbey came into being when Guthlac was visited one day by Prince... Read more
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Gulf News
UAE merchants spice up back-to-school promos to rope in consumersat the mall.At least 40 restaurants across Dubai Mall are picking up the tab fo
Gulf News / Posted 3 days ago
at the mall.At least 40 restaurants across Dubai Mall are picking up the tab for children when parents dine in with them. Adult diners can get free meals for two children at almost every food joint at the world's largest mall, particularly in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Bachelorettes’ secret pasts publicly exposedepisode 7 recap | Daily Telegraph A WITCH hunt on The Bachelor has ended in te
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
episode 7 recap | Daily Telegraph A WITCH hunt on The Bachelor has ended in tears and finger-pointing — with the secret, adult pasts of two contestants being publicly exposed and one lady being let go from the competition. Honestly, Wednesday... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
So how has Andy Burnham's first 100 days gone?This week marks 100 days since Greater Manchester made political history. On M
Manchester Evening News / Posted 4 days ago
This week marks 100 days since Greater Manchester made political history. On May 5, Andy Burnham swapped the ancient corridors of Westminster for the Victorian surroundings of Oxford Street to become the region’s first elected mayor. Here, social... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
XXX past outed in Bach witch huntA WITCH hunt on The Bachelor has ended in tears and finger-pointing — with the
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 4 days ago
A WITCH hunt on The Bachelor has ended in tears and finger-pointing — with the secret, adult pasts of two contestants being publicly exposed and one lady being let go from the competition. Honestly, Wednesday night’s episode was so threatening I... Read more
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Adelaide Now
XXX past outed in Bach witch huntA WITCH hunt on The Bachelor has ended in tears and finger-pointing — with the
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 days ago
A WITCH hunt on The Bachelor has ended in tears and finger-pointing — with the secret, adult pasts of two contestants being publicly exposed and one lady being let go from the competition. Honestly, Wednesday night’s episode was so threatening I... Read more
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Herald Sun
XXX past outed in Bach witch huntA WITCH hunt on The Bachelor has ended in tears and finger-pointing — with the
Herald Sun / Posted 4 days ago
A WITCH hunt on The Bachelor has ended in tears and finger-pointing — with the secret, adult pasts of two contestants being publicly exposed and one lady being let go from the competition. Honestly, Wednesday night’s episode was so threatening I... Read more
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The Courier Mail
XXX past outed in Bach witch huntA WITCH hunt on The Bachelor has ended in tears and finger-pointing — with the
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 days ago
A WITCH hunt on The Bachelor has ended in tears and finger-pointing — with the secret, adult pasts of two contestants being publicly exposed and one lady being let go from the competition. Honestly, Wednesday night’s episode was so threatening I... Read more
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News.com.au
XXX past outed in Bach witch huntis left speechless on The Bachelor. A WITCH hunt on The Bachelor has ended in
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
is left speechless on The Bachelor. A WITCH hunt on The Bachelor has ended in tears and finger-pointing — with the secret, adult pasts of two contestants being publicly exposed and one lady being let go from the competition. Honestly, Wednesday... Read more
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chroniclelive
New band of paedophile hunters catch man trying to meet girlA pervert who tried to arrange a meeting with a 13-year-old girl in Newcastle c
chroniclelive / Posted 6 days ago
A pervert who tried to arrange a meeting with a 13-year-old girl in Newcastle city centre was trapped by a new band of paedophile hunters. Christopher Penman sent seedy pictures of himself to what he thought was a child and set about grooming her... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Harrowing story of how one young victim prepared for his 'punishment' by getting tea towels to mop up the bloodan alcoholic. She might be sober once or twice in a week, but that's because sh
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
an alcoholic. She might be sober once or twice in a week, but that's because she's too sick to drink." He said social services sometimes intervened, removing the children from the chaos - "… but after a day or two we were sent back to... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Where you SHOULD go to get help with coming out or advice on sexuality- but there are organisations who can help Coming to terms with your sexuality
Liverpool Echo / Posted 7 days ago
- but there are organisations who can help Coming to terms with your sexuality can be daunting - but there are many services offering professional help and guidance for those finding it difficult. After an ECHO investigation uncovered a... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Harrowing story of how one young victim prepared for his 'punishment' by getting tea towels to mop up the blood from his woundsan alcoholic. She might be sober once or twice in a week, but that's because sh
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
an alcoholic. She might be sober once or twice in a week, but that's because she's too sick to drink." He said social services sometimes intervened, removing the children from the chaos - "… but after a day or two we were sent back to... Read more
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BC Local News
Happening: week of Aug. 10for game schedules, standings and more. • North Delta Show and Shine: Aug. 12,
BC Local News / Posted 9 days ago
for game schedules, standings and more. • North Delta Show and Shine: Aug. 12, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Sungod Recreation Centre; In its sixth year, the North Delta Show and Shine is getting bigger and better. Check out dozens of classic and... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Enhance your life, make friends at TCAGVisit the Thorold Community Activities Group (TCAG) centre any day or night of
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 10 days ago
Visit the Thorold Community Activities Group (TCAG) centre any day or night of the week and you’ll see smiles — on the pickleball courts, in the yoga room, the craft and music area, and adjoining swimming pool on the sprawling Richmond Street... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Youths 'bashed, sexually assaulted' in Brisbane adult prisonYouths 'bashed, sexually assaulted' in Brisbane adult prison, Human Rights Comm
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
Youths 'bashed, sexually assaulted' in Brisbane adult prison, Human Rights Commission told Prison guards at the Brisbane Correctional Centre are being investigated over allegations of assault, misconduct and brutality against 17-year-olds kept in... Read more
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BC Local News
SURREY EVENTS GUIDE for Aug. 9 and beyondBollywood Under the Stars movie on Friday, Aug. 11 at Newton Athletic Park, 739
BC Local News / Posted 12 days ago
Bollywood Under the Stars movie on Friday, Aug. 11 at Newton Athletic Park, 7395 128 St., from 6 to 10 p.m. "Free outdoor Bollywood movie experience. Movie is 'Chennai Express' with Shah Rukh Khan and it has English subtitles. Bring picnic blankets... Read more
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birminghammail
New powers will give users greater 'right to be forgotten' onlineUSERS GREATER 'RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN' ONLINE Social media firms will be requir
birminghammail / Posted 13 days ago
USERS GREATER 'RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN' ONLINE Social media firms will be required to delete information on children and adults when asked under new laws aimed at giving people a greater "right to be forgotten" online. The Data Protection Bill... Read more
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chroniclelive
New powers will give users greater 'right to be forgotten' onlineUSERS GREATER 'RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN' ONLINE Social media firms will be requir
chroniclelive / Posted 13 days ago
USERS GREATER 'RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN' ONLINE Social media firms will be required to delete information on children and adults when asked under new laws aimed at giving people a greater "right to be forgotten" online. The Data Protection Bill... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
New powers will give users greater 'right to be forgotten' onlineUSERS GREATER 'RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN' ONLINE Social media firms will be requir
Reading Evening Post / Posted 13 days ago
USERS GREATER 'RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN' ONLINE Social media firms will be required to delete information on children and adults when asked under new laws aimed at giving people a greater "right to be forgotten" online. The Data Protection Bill... Read more
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walesonline
New powers will give users greater 'right to be forgotten' onlineUSERS GREATER 'RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN' ONLINE Social media firms will be requir
walesonline / Posted 13 days ago
USERS GREATER 'RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN' ONLINE Social media firms will be required to delete information on children and adults when asked under new laws aimed at giving people a greater "right to be forgotten" online. The Data Protection Bill... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
New powers will give users greater 'right to be forgotten' onlineUSERS GREATER 'RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN' ONLINE Social media firms will be requir
Manchester Evening News / Posted 13 days ago
USERS GREATER 'RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN' ONLINE Social media firms will be required to delete information on children and adults when asked under new laws aimed at giving people a greater "right to be forgotten" online. The Data Protection Bill... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Top stories from Britain and around the world - New powers will give users greater 'right to be forgotten' onlineUSERS GREATER 'RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN' ONLINE Social media firms will be requir
Liverpool Echo / Posted 13 days ago
USERS GREATER 'RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN' ONLINE Social media firms will be required to delete information on children and adults when asked under new laws aimed at giving people a greater "right to be forgotten" online. The Data Protection Bill... Read more
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Canberra Times
Queen Street Mall gunman wants to work with at-risk kidsof workers and shoppers. A month out from his release, court documents now all
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
of workers and shoppers. A month out from his release, court documents now allege the 38-year-old was spending $800 a day on amphetamines and reveal the chain of events that led to the showdown and what went through his head at the time. The... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
There’s more to New Zealand than the South islandis the jewel in Auckland’s crown when it comes to luxury accommodation. The pri
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
is the jewel in Auckland’s crown when it comes to luxury accommodation. The private suites offer the best in bespoke services, such as incredible food prepared by a private chef. Just a stone’s throw from downtown, it’s the perfect gateway... Read more
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The North West Star
'I was in control for once': Inside the Queen Street Mall siegeof workers and shoppers. A month out from his release, court documents now all
The North West Star / Posted 15 days ago
of workers and shoppers. A month out from his release, court documents now allege the 38-year-old was spending $800 a day on amphetamines and reveal the chain of events that led to the showdown and what went through his head at the time. The... Read more
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Brisbane Times
'I was in control for once': Inside the Queen Street Mall siegeof workers and shoppers. A month out from his release, court documents now all
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 days ago
of workers and shoppers. A month out from his release, court documents now allege the 38-year-old was spending $800 a day on amphetamines and reveal the chain of events that led to the showdown and what went through his head at the time. The... Read more
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The Age
Queen Street Mall gunman wants to work with at-risk kidsof workers and shoppers. A month out from his release, court documents now all
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
of workers and shoppers. A month out from his release, court documents now allege the 38-year-old was spending $800 a day on amphetamines and reveal the chain of events that led to the showdown and what went through his head at the time. The... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Queen Street Mall gunman wants to work with at-risk kidsof workers and shoppers. A month out from his release, court documents now all
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
of workers and shoppers. A month out from his release, court documents now allege the 38-year-old was spending $800 a day on amphetamines and reveal the chain of events that led to the showdown and what went through his head at the time. The... Read more
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Daily Mail
Mom of teen who killed himself files $4M suit against Michelle Carterwhen he died of carbon monoxide poisoning in 2014 Carter (above) was sentenced
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
when he died of carbon monoxide poisoning in 2014 Carter (above) was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison on Thursday after being convicted of involuntary manslaughter last month. But the judge said Carter will only have to serve 15 months... Read more
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BC Local News
Happening: week of Aug. 3for pick up in person starting July 28. • Tsawwassen Sun Festival: Aug. 5-7; W
BC Local News / Posted 16 days ago
for pick up in person starting July 28. • Tsawwassen Sun Festival: Aug. 5-7; Winskill Park and South Delta Recreation Centre; Enjoy a slow-pitch tournament all weekend long, as well as activities and entertainment in Winskill Park and the... Read more
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BC Local News
Surrey Events Guide for Aug. 3 and beyond604-594-5888. "Menopause The Musical": Musical parody about aging women comes
BC Local News / Posted 17 days ago
604-594-5888. "Menopause The Musical": Musical parody about aging women comes to Surrey's Bell Performing Arts Centre on Friday, Oct. 27, as part of tour presented by Live Nation Canada. Tickets range from $36 to $70.50, plus service... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Government mental health recruitment promise blasted by Barrow MPhave actually been cut since the Conservatives came to power. Secretary of Sta
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 17 days ago
have actually been cut since the Conservatives came to power. Secretary of State for Health Jeremy Hunt announced on Monday that the NHS will bring in enough staff to treat an additional one million patients a year by 2020 as part of its bid to... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Homeless camped in Sydney's CBD are being used in a bitter political fight between the mayor and state governmentfeeding dozens of people camped nightly in one of the city’s prime business loc
Business Insider Australia / Posted 18 days ago
feeding dozens of people camped nightly in one of the city’s prime business locations. She has reason to be concerned. Her adult son was stabbed overnight, just beneath the heart, and she’s going to visit him in hospital later. She’s clearly... Read more
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Stoke City FC
Supporters Council Elections 2017STOKE CITY supporters have seven days to vote for whom they think should repres
Stoke City FC / Posted 19 days ago
STOKE CITY supporters have seven days to vote for whom they think should represent them on the Supporters Council in the forthcoming season. Eleven supporters have submitted election statements outlining why they think they are the perfect... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Is London football losing its soul?Ham fans, your team, your pub," a sign outside the nearby Boleyn pub reads, but
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 19 days ago
Ham fans, your team, your pub," a sign outside the nearby Boleyn pub reads, but though some fans still meet there on matchdays, the football club has moved on. West Ham now play at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, built for the London 2012 Games... Read more
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Stoke City FC
SUPPORTERS COUNCIL ELECTIONS 2017 - VOTING UNDERWAYSTOKE CITY supporters have seven days to vote for whom they think should repres
Stoke City FC / Posted 19 days ago
STOKE CITY supporters have seven days to vote for whom they think should represent them on the Supporters Council in the forthcoming season. Eleven supporters have submitted election statements outlining why they think they are the perfect... Read more
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The Tyee
BC’s New Gov’t Pledges Urgent Action on Education — Canada Should, TooNDP-Green Agreement is indeed ambitious. It has four pillars, including “making
The Tyee / Posted 21 days ago
NDP-Green Agreement is indeed ambitious. It has four pillars, including “making democracy work for people” and “fixing the services that people count on.” Policy is about reallocation of limited resources, and within the 23-member B.C. cabinet,... Read more
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North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
North Devon dogs shows, coffee mornings and jumble sales – what’s on this week?in North Devon this week? Like dogs, love coffee? Plenty to see and do North D
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser / Posted 23 days ago
in North Devon this week? Like dogs, love coffee? Plenty to see and do North Devon events from 27/07/17 to 02/08/17 THURSDAY, JULY 27 BREATHE EASY: British Lung Foundation- oxygen update, 7-9pm, Marlborough Court, Park Lane, Bideford, everyone... Read more
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BC Local News
Surrey Events Guide for July 27 and beyondCONCERTS "Noontime Notes" concerts at Central City's outdoor plaza for lunchti
BC Local News / Posted 23 days ago
CONCERTS "Noontime Notes" concerts at Central City's outdoor plaza for lunchtime crowd on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, until Aug. 24, from 11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m., featuring a wide range of performers. For schedule, visit centralcity.ca. Jazz... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
Surrey Events Guide for July 27 and beyondCONCERTS “Noontime Notes” concerts at Central City’s outdoor plaza for lunchti
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 23 days ago
CONCERTS “Noontime Notes” concerts at Central City’s outdoor plaza for lunchtime crowd on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, until Aug. 24, from 11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m., featuring a wide range of performers. For schedule, visit centralcity.ca. Jazz... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Surrey Events Guide for July 27 and beyondCONCERTS “Noontime Notes” concerts at Central City’s outdoor plaza for lunchti
Peace Arch News / Posted 23 days ago
CONCERTS “Noontime Notes” concerts at Central City’s outdoor plaza for lunchtime crowd on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, until Aug. 24, from 11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m., featuring a wide range of performers. For schedule, visit centralcity.ca. Jazz... Read more
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Bury Times
Out-of-hours service rated 'Good' by watchdogin Bury examined by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), receiving a positive rat
Bury Times / Posted 24 days ago
in Bury examined by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), receiving a positive rating in everything from the safety of its services to the caring nature of its staff. And in a separate NHS patient satisfaction survey, 87 per cent of Bury patients... Read more
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Irish Examiner
No lifeguard at pool where girl drowned at friend's birthday party, inquest told | Irish Examiner Wednesday, July 26, 2017 - 05:00 pm A seven-year-old girl
Irish Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
| Irish Examiner Wednesday, July 26, 2017 - 05:00 pm A seven-year-old girl drowned at... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Tram 'folly' blamed for cutsgovernment. This community is paying dearly for the ill-advised billion-dollar
Canberra Times / Posted 25 days ago
government. This community is paying dearly for the ill-advised billion-dollar tram folly with cuts to far more worthwhile services. There can be no justification for rate increases of about 55 per cent in five years. There is no apparent... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Tram 'folly' blamed for cutsgovernment. This community is paying dearly for the ill-advised billion-dollar
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
government. This community is paying dearly for the ill-advised billion-dollar tram folly with cuts to far more worthwhile services. There can be no justification for rate increases of about 55 per cent in five years. There is no apparent... Read more
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