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2014/04/16 18:51
2014/04/16 18:51
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Adam Morris and Richard Inman were jailed for a total of nearly eight years after admitting burgling 13 homes, including six in Shropshire. Detective Inspector Tom Harding, of West Mercia Police,...
2014/04/16 18:51
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2014/04/16 18:11
2014/04/16 18:11
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While it was busy naturalizing in Australia, South Africa and southern South America, the California poppy was getting forced out of parts of its own native range by more aggressive exotic plants that...
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2014/04/16 14:34
2014/04/16 14:34
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Donkey leads the Palm Sunday procession from Goodmayes to Seven KingsBrambles the donkey led the annual Palm Sunday procession organised by St Paul's Goodmayes in Barley Lane, Goodmayes, and St John's...
2014/04/16 05:53
2014/04/16 05:53
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Who does Benefits Street benefit? Not us, say workers on a North-East street Dixon Street, Stockton As London-based TV producers patrolled a North-East road trying to persuade unemployed residents...
2014/04/14 16:04
2014/04/14 16:04
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Mallory Pellegrino came for the jazz. She stayed for the people. Both were very much in evidence Palm Sunday morning as the musicians of the St. Paul and St. James (Episcopal Church) Jazz Band led...
2014/04/14 10:05
2014/04/14 10:05
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Residents rally for Hopton-on-Sea litter pick Hopton's annual litter pick event organised by 'Hopton Litter Pickers'. (L TO R) Georgia Simms with Jane Quarry helping to collect litter found...
2014/04/13 15:22
2014/04/13 15:22
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PROVIDENCE — Such is the archaeology of play: The rusted wheels of an iron roller skate. A battered gray toy tow truck. A crimped aluminum plate with a painted swan. These are remnants of children’s...
2014/04/12 23:39
2014/04/12 23:39
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On the eve of National Gardening Week, Sir Richard Thompson, president of the Royal College of Physicians, says more doctors should be promoting gardening therapy, not simply to benefit patients, but...
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2014/04/08 23:44
2014/04/08 23:44
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WHEN Heather and Kevin Suckling met at a mutual friend's 21st birthday when she was 16 and he was 20, they never envisaged that 64 years later they would be celebrating their 60th wedding...
2014/04/07 05:27
2014/04/07 05:27
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Barcombe WALKNG GROUP: Barcombe Walking Group’s April walk is on Sunday on Ashdown Forest. Meet at the Ashdown Forest Centre, Wych Cross, RH18 5JP at 2.30pm, for a walk, possibly led by a Ranger, to...
2014/04/06 15:53
2014/04/06 15:53
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Residents in Middlesbrough approached by producers to appear in controversial show 'White Dee' from the first series of Benefits Street “POVERTY porn” could be coming to Middlesbrough as it emerged...
2014/04/06 11:47
2014/04/06 11:47
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Nostalgia: Printmaker Christopher is haunted by ‘Billy Barlow’, the Colchester Road trampThe Colchester Road tramp was known as 'Billy Barlow'. Print: Christopher Rolfe Tramps were a common sight,...
2014/04/05 05:57
2014/04/05 05:57
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SPRING GARDENS are all about fresh beginnings and possibilities borne on the promises of a darker season. It's an annual chance to witness nature hitting the reset button, showing us that life is a...
2014/04/05 05:06
2014/04/05 05:06
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Runkle, a Lewistown native now living in Mechanicsburg, is a volunteer speaker with the Susquehanna River Basin Commission Speakers Bureau. He was speaking at the annual meeting of the Kishacoquillas...
2014/04/04 19:17
2014/04/04 19:17
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INLAND EMPIRE – Cats make for wonderful pets, especially those that are content with life indoors, where they can spend hours lounging on a windowsill watching the world go by. But some cats spend a...
2014/04/04 18:51
2014/04/04 18:51
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The agreement to bar dogs from the former quarry site in Eardington, near Bridgnorth, until the end of August, has been reached after discussions between the Friends group which manages the site and...
2014/04/04 09:49
2014/04/04 09:49
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Thumbs up to saving Camp Low Echo, Greenway cleanup; down to book ban April 04, 2014 Cheers — to Sid and Karen DeBoer, whose philanthropic foundation has purchased Camp Low Echo, the longtime Girl...
2014/04/03 23:56
2014/04/03 23:56
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Local employment numbers will be keenly watched this week, after a surprise spike in the number of jobs created last month. Official data on home loans is also expected, as are private surveys on...
2014/04/03 09:37
2014/04/03 09:37
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Blackstone, Carlyle move in on Singapore’s Goodpack, say sources Blackstone Group and Carlyle Group are considering a bid for Singapore's Goodpack Ltd, people familiar with the matter told Reuters,...
2014/04/02 23:28
2014/04/02 23:28
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Global Enabling Trade Report 2014 - NZ Ranks 4thThursday, 3 April 2014, 11:39 amPress Release: World Economic ForumFailure to Tackle Trade Barriers Puts Economic and Social Progress at Risk • World...
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