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Orillia Packet & Times
Demand growing for mental health care for kidssystem and it's having a direct impact on hospital emergency departments, says
Demand growing for mental health care for kids
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 14 hours ago
system and it's having a direct impact on hospital emergency departments, says a joint study released this week by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES). “Overall, we found... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Demand growing for mental health care for kidssystem and it's having a direct impact on hospital emergency departments, says
Demand growing for mental health care for kids
Barrie Examiner / Posted 14 hours ago
system and it's having a direct impact on hospital emergency departments, says a joint study released this week by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES). “Overall, we found... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Awakenings: How Oliver Sacks put a human face on the science of the mindluck has run out.” Dr. Sacks, 81 years old, still wildly productive, clear-hea
Awakenings: How Oliver Sacks put a human face on the science of the mind
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
luck has run out.” Dr. Sacks, 81 years old, still wildly productive, clear-headed, feeling robust, and swimming a mile a day, had just found out he had multiple metastases, from an ocular cancer that had been treated nine years before. One-third... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Campaigners fight to save Bicester's children's centresHundreds of pledges have flooded in for a petition to save the county's childre
Campaigners fight to save Bicester's children's centres
Oxford Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
Hundreds of pledges have flooded in for a petition to save the county's children's centres And campaigners from Save Oxfordshire's Children's Centres and the Labour Party were out in full force in Bicester this morning, where the County Council is... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Campaigners fight to save Bicester's children's centresHundreds of pledges have flooded in for a petition to save the county's childre
Campaigners fight to save Bicester's children's centres
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 23 hours ago
Hundreds of pledges have flooded in for a petition to save the county's children's centres And campaigners from Save Oxfordshire's Children's Centres and the Labour Party were out in full force in Bicester this morning, where the County Council is... Read more
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Aylesbury Today
Help someone like Anne get her life back on trackSupportive people are needed at a housing project which helps adults needing so
Help someone like Anne get her life back on track
Aylesbury Today / Posted yesterday
Supportive people are needed at a housing project which helps adults needing social care. You could help someone like Anne get their life back on track by finding out more about the work at a recruitment day this week. The Elms - canvas created by... Read more
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North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
Pancake week what’s on guide in North Devon Events from 04/02/16 to 10/02/16 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4 BINGO: Pollyfield Cen
Pancake week what’s on guide in North Devon
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser / Posted yesterday
Events from 04/02/16 to 10/02/16 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4 BINGO: Pollyfield Centre, Bideford, 7.30pm, all welcome. TAI CHI: Weekly classes, Qigong & Yang style, the Arts Centre, Bideford Quay, 7-8pm, all... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Pembroke SnoSpree underwayaway the winter blahs this weekend, with the running of its annual SnoSpree win
Pembroke SnoSpree underway
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 2 days ago
away the winter blahs this weekend, with the running of its annual SnoSpree winter carnival. The event got underway Wednesday with free public skates, followed by Thursday's sixth annual Soup Sensation Competition and Fundraiser for First Step... Read more
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Northern Echo
Council cuts: Libraries to close and covered market to be sold off as Darlington Council outlines £12.5m cuts plancommercial buyers. Crown Street and Cockerton libraries will both close, with
Council cuts: Libraries to close and covered market to be sold off as Darlington Council outlines £12.5m cuts plan
Northern Echo / Posted 2 days ago
commercial buyers. Crown Street and Cockerton libraries will both close, with a new library opened in the Dolphin Centre under the plans. The Head of Steam Museum and Darlington Civic Theatre will survive the axe, but five children's... Read more
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Spalding Today
What’s on in the Spalding area50s exercise, 9.30am, Gedney Hill Village Hall, 07595 597023. Spalding Duplica
What’s on in the Spalding area
Spalding Today / Posted 2 days ago
50s exercise, 9.30am, Gedney Hill Village Hall, 07595 597023. Spalding Duplicate Bridge Club. Meet at Spalding Services and Social Club, High Street, Spalding from 6.30pm with play at 7pm, 01775 767816. Aerobics, 7.45pm, Gedney Hill... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Eating disorder recovery possibleChantal Savard journeyed from Edmonton to seek help at the Westwind Counselling
Eating disorder recovery possible
Brandon Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Chantal Savard journeyed from Edmonton to seek help at the Westwind Counselling and Eating Disorder Recovery Centre in Brandon. (COLIN CORNEAU/THE BRANDON SUN) Chantal Savard Recovery from an eating disorder is possible — and Chantal Savard hopes... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Canada's first lieutenant governor visits PembrokeCanada College, first female president of the Canadian Conference of the Arts a
Canada's first lieutenant governor visits Pembroke
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 3 days ago
Canada College, first female president of the Canadian Conference of the Arts and first chairwoman of the National Arts Centre. If that wasn't enough, Pauline was also the first woman to serve as the director of four major Canadian corporations:... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Come Togetherbuy pre-ordered products at wholesale prices for members with the hope of reduc
Come Together
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 3 days ago
buy pre-ordered products at wholesale prices for members with the hope of reducing their cost of living. They also get 30 days credit for the payment. With this technique, the savings group grew quickly and today has now reached more than 200... Read more
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Leicester City FC
Man City Away: Supporter Informationto kick off and not to bring any bags unless essential. All bags will be search
Man City Away: Supporter Information
Leicester City FC / Posted 3 days ago
to kick off and not to bring any bags unless essential. All bags will be searched, in accordance with our regular matchday security procedures, which may cause a delay in entering the stadium. We thank you in advance for your patience and... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Communities on cusp of victory over Norfolk fire cuts... but council tax would have to riseFire Brigades Union pictured with a petition against service cuts. Picture: ANT
Communities on cusp of victory over Norfolk fire cuts... but council tax would have to rise
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 4 days ago
Fire Brigades Union pictured with a petition against service cuts. Picture: ANTONY KELLY Communities across Norfolk today stand on the cusp of victory after political leaders signalled threats to close fire stations and impose cuts which would... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Communities on cusp of victory over Norfolk fire cuts... but council tax would have to riseFire Brigades Union pictured with a petition against service cuts. Picture: ANT
Communities on cusp of victory over Norfolk fire cuts... but council tax would have to rise
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 4 days ago
Fire Brigades Union pictured with a petition against service cuts. Picture: ANTONY KELLY Communities across Norfolk today stand on the cusp of victory after political leaders signalled threats to close fire stations and impose cuts which would... Read more
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New Kerala
Zika: Health Ministry issues guidelinesNew Delhi, Feb 2 : The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Tuesday issued
Zika: Health Ministry issues guidelines
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
New Delhi, Feb 2 : The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Tuesday issued guidelines on the Zika virus disease here. Zika virus disease is an emerging viral disease transmitted through the bite of an infected Aedes mosquito. This is the same... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham's NHS on the brink - as patients face longest A&E waiting time in nine yearsyears. One in five people are waiting more than four hours to be seen by casua
Nottingham's NHS on the brink - as patients face longest A&E waiting time in nine years
Nottingham Post / Posted 5 days ago
years. One in five people are waiting more than four hours to be seen by casualty doctors at Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre and experts say nursing shortages and "enormous" council cuts are hitting home. There are about 160 patients who are... Read more
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Swissinfo
Information as a means to integrationlikely never thought they would spend their old age in the country. A new proje
Information as a means to integration
Swissinfo / Posted 6 days ago
likely never thought they would spend their old age in the country. A new project aims to make ageing immigrants aware of services for seniors. Placecards bearing a mix of Swiss and foreign names are propped on tables in the Swiss Red Cross... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Alleged exchange with gender identity doctor didn’t happen, CAMH saysof its world-famous gender identity clinic, and the dismissal of Dr. Ken Zucker
Alleged exchange with gender identity doctor didn’t happen, CAMH says
The Globe and Mail / Posted 8 days ago
of its world-famous gender identity clinic, and the dismissal of Dr. Ken Zucker, its internationally renowned director, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health has acknowledged to The Globe and Mail that a damaging account of an alleged exchange... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Campaign to provide carers with supporttry to reach more carers to give them any help they need. Cllr Dawn Payne, Nor
Campaign to provide carers with support
Weston Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
try to reach more carers to give them any help they need. Cllr Dawn Payne, North Somerset Council’s executive member for adult social services, said: “It’s very worrying. Being a carer can be very lonely and just meeting up with other carers to... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Tight security as man pleads guilty to stabbing prison guardcourt again for throwing urine on and stabbing a jail guard. Security was tigh
Tight security as man pleads guilty to stabbing prison guard
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
court again for throwing urine on and stabbing a jail guard. Security was tight in the Brisbane District Court on Wednesday morning where Arthur Gorrie Correctional Centre inmate Jason John Nixon, surrounded by six Corrective Service officers,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
£13m adult hospice with 18 beds to be finished in spring Heather Weir, Northern Ireland Hospice chief executive, praised fundraisers
£13m adult hospice with 18 beds to be finished in spring
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
Heather Weir, Northern Ireland Hospice chief executive, praised fundraisers A new £13 million adult hospice will be completed this spring. It will include 18 beds in single en-suite rooms... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Family of suicide mum to sue NHS after accusing them of failing heradvisor Louise Locke. Her family has vowed to take legal action against Southe
Family of suicide mum to sue NHS after accusing them of failing her
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
advisor Louise Locke. Her family has vowed to take legal action against Southern Health NHS Trust, which is already at the centre of a series of scandals. That came following the release of a damning independent report condemning the... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Family of Winchester mum to sue NHS trust after accusing them of failing her before deathadvisor Louise Locke. Her family has vowed to take legal action against Southe
Family of Winchester mum to sue NHS trust after accusing them of failing her before death
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
advisor Louise Locke. Her family has vowed to take legal action against Southern Health NHS Trust, which is already at the centre of a series of scandals. That came following the release of a damning independent report condemning the... Read more
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Sussex Express
East Sussex County Council to improve support for carersof how they come into contact with the authority. The new guidance has been is
East Sussex County Council to improve support for carers
Sussex Express / Posted 10 days ago
of how they come into contact with the authority. The new guidance has been issued to coincide with Young Carers Awareness Day – a national event being held tomorrow (January 28) aimed at recognising the efforts of the 700,000 children and young... Read more
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The Tyee
Memo to Governments: Put More Fat in Your Budgetsthey meet ministry-mandated capacity targets. That's the "Sophie's choice" the
Memo to Governments: Put More Fat in Your Budgets
The Tyee / Posted 11 days ago
they meet ministry-mandated capacity targets. That's the "Sophie's choice" the Vancouver School Board grappled with Monday -- kill up to 13 schools to protect the overcrowded rest from a major earthquake. VSB's dilemma is just the latest... Read more
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The Ham&High Network
Haringey councillor speaks out after suspension from partyGideon Bull has been suspended The local politician lost the Labour whip after
Haringey councillor speaks out after suspension from party
The Ham&High Network / Posted 11 days ago
Gideon Bull has been suspended The local politician lost the Labour whip after he opposed cuts to vulnerable adult services. Cllr Gideon Bull has been a Labour councillor for 15 years but he lost the party whip after speaking out... Read more
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Pendle Today
‘Decisions shouldn’t be made in this way’disabled people are neither seen nor heard.” Paul Taylforth, 58, started a pet
‘Decisions shouldn’t be made in this way’
Pendle Today / Posted 11 days ago
disabled people are neither seen nor heard.” Paul Taylforth, 58, started a petitition against the proposed cuts to the Day Care Transport scheme, which allows his disabled son John to get to a day centre five days a week. But users want a... Read more
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North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
Pantos, exhibitions and bicycle repair men... the North Devon what’s on guideexhibitions and bicycle repair men... the North Devon what’s on guide North De
Pantos, exhibitions and bicycle repair men... the North Devon what’s on guide
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser / Posted 11 days ago
exhibitions and bicycle repair men... the North Devon what’s on guide North Devon events from 28/01/16 to 03/02/16 THURSDAY, JANUARY 28 BINGO: Pollyfield Centre, Bideford, 7.30pm, all welcome. TAI CHI: Weekly classes, Qigong & Yang style, the... Read more
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The Comet
Stevenage’s Lister Hospital suspends adult minor injury services at A&E after being hit with record numbers of emergency cases A&E services for adults with minor injuries and illnesses have been suspended
Stevenage’s Lister Hospital suspends adult minor injury services at A&E after being hit with record numbers of emergency cases
The Comet / Posted 11 days ago
A&E services for adults with minor injuries and illnesses have been suspended at the Lister hospital today The Lister... Read more
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Gazette News
Mental Health trust which ignored warnings "requires improvement"of hospitals, said despite assurances over the last five years that things woul
Mental Health trust which ignored warnings "requires improvement"
Gazette News / Posted 12 days ago
of hospitals, said despite assurances over the last five years that things would improve, they had not. During the four-day inspection last sumer, one patient attempted to strangle themselves. In total there were 25 incidents relating to the... Read more
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walesonline
Lonely elderly people in Wales can have a friend - for £18 an hour– at a cost of £18 an hour. It was set up by the 52-year-old following Cardiff
Lonely elderly people in Wales can have a friend - for £18 an hour
walesonline / Posted 12 days ago
– at a cost of £18 an hour. It was set up by the 52-year-old following Cardiff council’s decision to shut several of its day centres, leaving many senior citizens without a place to socialise. To combat the closures Jenny’s Friends says its... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Controversial social care cuts likely to be ditched - but Norfolk council tax bills would rise to cover costcuts at Norfolk County Council. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Two of the most contro
Controversial social care cuts likely to be ditched - but Norfolk council tax bills would rise to cover cost
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 12 days ago
cuts at Norfolk County Council. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Two of the most controversial proposals in a package of cuts to services for vulnerable people should be ditched, councillors have recommended - but council tax bills would have to rise to... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Controversial social care cuts likely to be ditched - but Norfolk council tax bills would rise to cover costcuts at Norfolk County Council. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Two of the most contro
Controversial social care cuts likely to be ditched - but Norfolk council tax bills would rise to cover cost
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 12 days ago
cuts at Norfolk County Council. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Two of the most controversial proposals in a package of cuts to services for vulnerable people should be ditched, councillors have recommended - but council tax bills would have to rise to... Read more
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Weston Mercury
‘Difficult’ budget for council after ‘disgraceful’ Government cutsafter ‘disgraceful’ Government cuts North Somerset Council is weighing up whet
‘Difficult’ budget for council after ‘disgraceful’ Government cuts
Weston Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
after ‘disgraceful’ Government cuts North Somerset Council is weighing up whether to slash millions of pounds from its services or put up council tax to balance the book after ‘draconian’ Government cuts. Opposition groups want to protect... Read more
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Herald.ie
We've seen children aged 9 taking cocaine and heroin at 11, drugs worker reveals2016 02:30 AM Gemma Collins is the manager at the Crinan Youth Project in Dubl
We've seen children aged 9 taking cocaine and heroin at 11, drugs worker reveals
Herald.ie / Posted 13 days ago
2016 02:30 AM Gemma Collins is the manager at the Crinan Youth Project in Dublin's north inner city, which provides day services to drug users aged between 14 and 21. She said she has encountered children as young as nine who have used hard... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Singapore firms need to 'toughen up' amid manpower crunch: Hyflux Group founderthroughout her school life. She went “On the Record” with Bharati Jagdish abou
Singapore firms need to 'toughen up' amid manpower crunch: Hyflux Group founder
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 15 days ago
throughout her school life. She went “On the Record” with Bharati Jagdish about what is needed to help businesses in today’s economy, and her own past business challenges. But they started a little closer to home. Olivia Lum: My childhood was... Read more
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The Hindu
The 'good' elephant and the 'bad' elephantof — or even hate — human beings over the years. “I was in Bangalore for some w
The 'good' elephant and the 'bad' elephant
The Hindu / Posted 16 days ago
of — or even hate — human beings over the years. “I was in Bangalore for some work, when my housekeeper called me up one day and said that he saw a baby elephant wailing on our side of the river bank. I told him to put the baby in our raft and... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Anguish of mum and son left to rot by Iain Duncan Smithcan hardly manage to bring Jeff anywhere as it is. "What an absolute disgrace.
Anguish of mum and son left to rot by Iain Duncan Smith
Daily Mirror / Posted 16 days ago
can hardly manage to bring Jeff anywhere as it is. "What an absolute disgrace.” Anger: Rita cannot get to IDS' surgery Today, two hours after I contacted Mr Duncan Smith’s office and five months after her letter, Rita received a phone call from... Read more
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Bury Times
Community hub given new lease of life with £250,000 windfallA TREASURED community hub has been given a new lease of life thanks to a £250,0
Community hub given new lease of life with £250,000 windfall
Bury Times / Posted 16 days ago
A TREASURED community hub has been given a new lease of life thanks to a £250,000 refurbishment. Elms Community Centre in Green Lane, Whitefield, hosts dozens of weekly activities, from a Thursday luncheon club to a Saturday movie showing, but the... Read more
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North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
TWANGGG...! Robin Hood and other tales with your North Devon what’s on guide Events from 21/01/16 to 27/01/16 THURSDAY, JANUARY 21 BINGO: Pollyfield Cen
TWANGGG...! Robin Hood and other tales with your North Devon what’s on guide
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser / Posted 16 days ago
Events from 21/01/16 to 27/01/16 THURSDAY, JANUARY 21 BINGO: Pollyfield Centre, Bideford, 7.30pm, all welcome. TAI CHI: Weekly classes, Qigong & Yang style, the Arts... Read more
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Bury Times
Whitefield community hub given new lease of life with £250,000 windfallA TREASURED community hub has been given a new lease of life thanks to a £250,0
Whitefield community hub given new lease of life with £250,000 windfall
Bury Times / Posted 17 days ago
A TREASURED community hub has been given a new lease of life thanks to a £250,000 refurbishment. Elms Community Centre in Green Lane, Whitefield, hosts dozens of weekly activities, from a Thursday luncheon club to a Saturday movie showing, but the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Superb Weekend of Motorsport Ahead at TeretongaThursday, 21 January 2016, 2:57 pmPress Release: Southland Sports Car Club Thun
Superb Weekend of Motorsport Ahead at Teretonga
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 17 days ago
Thursday, 21 January 2016, 2:57 pmPress Release: Southland Sports Car Club Thunder will hit the south this weekend as the stars, cars and trucks of New... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Buthelezi funds elderlyNoncedo Nkqintamo, the founder of the centre welcoming Buthelezi Prince Mangosu
Buthelezi funds elderly
News 24 South Africa / Posted 17 days ago
Noncedo Nkqintamo, the founder of the centre welcoming Buthelezi Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, the president of IFP, in Langa, on Thursday. PHOTOs: Mandla Mahashe Langa’s senior citizens had a very memorable day when they were visited by Prince... Read more
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The Ham&High Network
Haringey could raise council tax to pay for autism and dementia services The Roundway Day Centre will be closed as parts of cuts to adult services. Pi
Haringey could raise council tax to pay for autism and dementia services
The Ham&High Network / Posted 19 days ago
The Roundway Day Centre will be closed as parts of cuts to adult services. Picture: Tony Gay Under the new budget proposals, Haringey would increase council tax by two per... Read more
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Western Advocate
Gold Opal card is a gem for pensionerspaper tickets for the city’s pensioners. Paper tickets, like the Pensioner Exc
Gold Opal card is a gem for pensioners
Western Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
paper tickets for the city’s pensioners. Paper tickets, like the Pensioner Excursion Ticket, were phased out on New Year’s Day, leaving the Gold Opal card as the best way for seniors and pensioners to get around on trains, buses, ferries and light... Read more
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chroniclelive
North East news RECAP: Latest on the icy weather, news, sport, traffic and travel updatesattended reports of a house fire in the area. On arrival, this was found to be
North East news RECAP: Latest on the icy weather, news, sport, traffic and travel updates
chroniclelive / Posted 22 days ago
attended reports of a house fire in the area. On arrival, this was found to be a wheelie bin against a building. Metro services have resumed this morning between Pelaw and Brockley Whins following a power supply problem. The disrupted section... Read more
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North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
Is anything going on in North Devon? Events from 14/01/16 to 20/01/16 THURSDAY, JANUARY 14 BINGO: Pollyfield Cen
Is anything going on in North Devon?
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser / Posted 22 days ago
Events from 14/01/16 to 20/01/16 THURSDAY, JANUARY 14 BINGO: Pollyfield Centre, Bideford, 7.30pm, all welcome. TAI CHI: Weekly classes, Qigong & Yang style, the Arts Centre, Bideford Quay, 7-8pm, all welcome,... Read more
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Crystal Palace FC
On The Road: At The Etihadprior to kick off and not to bring any bags unless essential.All bags will be s
On The Road: At The Etihad
Crystal Palace FC / Posted 22 days ago
prior to kick off and not to bring any bags unless essential.All bags will be searched, in accordance with our regular matchday security procedures, which may cause a delay in entering the stadium. We thank you in advance for your patience and... Read more
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