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Kiama Independent
World's most liveable city (again): how we ranked Melbourneinsurance program" - Medicare. Stephen Duckett of the Grattan Institute think
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
insurance program" - Medicare. Stephen Duckett of the Grattan Institute think tank said Melbourne "has been a pre-eminent centre for medical research for about 50 years, and I think that rubs off on people's perceptions". Madeleine Heffernan, city... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Volunteers for Norwich charity lead the charge for cultural integration New Routes volunteer Daniel Ellse entertaining 19-month-old Tony Hoang Le at
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 2 days ago
New Routes volunteer Daniel Ellse entertaining 19-month-old Tony Hoang Le at the charity's family session. The toddler is pictured with his mother Phuong Thi Hoang and... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Volunteers for Norwich charity lead the charge for cultural integration New Routes volunteer Daniel Ellse entertaining 19-month-old Tony Hoang Le at
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
New Routes volunteer Daniel Ellse entertaining 19-month-old Tony Hoang Le at the charity's family session. The toddler is pictured with his mother Phuong Thi Hoang and... Read more
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Canberra Times
World's most liveable city (again): how we ranked Melbourneinsurance program" – Medicare. Stephen Duckett of the Grattan Institute think
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
insurance program" – Medicare. Stephen Duckett of the Grattan Institute think tank said Melbourne "has been a pre-eminent centre for medical centres for about 50 years, and I think that rubs off on people's perceptions". Madeleine Heffernan, city... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
World's most liveable city (again): how we ranked Melbourneinsurance program" – Medicare. Stephen Duckett of the Grattan Institute think
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
insurance program" – Medicare. Stephen Duckett of the Grattan Institute think tank said Melbourne "has been a pre-eminent centre for medical centres for about 50 years, and I think that rubs off on people's perceptions". Madeleine Heffernan, city... Read more
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The Age
World's most liveable city (again): how we ranked Melbourneinsurance program" – Medicare. Stephen Duckett of the Grattan Institute think
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
insurance program" – Medicare. Stephen Duckett of the Grattan Institute think tank said Melbourne "has been a pre-eminent centre for medical centres for about 50 years, and I think that rubs off on people's perceptions". Madeleine Heffernan, city... Read more
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BC Local News
Calling all Led Heads: Led Zepagain performs in ChilliwackBig hair, bell bottoms, and the heavy sound of an electric guitar will fill the
BC Local News / Posted 3 days ago
Big hair, bell bottoms, and the heavy sound of an electric guitar will fill the Chilliwack Cultural Centre this Thursday as tribute band Led Zepagain takes to the stage. The Sony recording artists capture the heart and soul of "the world's greatest... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Calling all Led Heads: Led Zepagain performs in ChilliwackBig hair, bell bottoms, and the heavy sound of an electric guitar will fill the
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 3 days ago
Big hair, bell bottoms, and the heavy sound of an electric guitar will fill the Chilliwack Cultural Centre this Thursday as tribute band Led Zepagain takes to the stage. The Sony recording artists capture the heart and soul of “the world’s greatest... Read more
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WA Today
We're missing opportunities to trade with Indonesiaand creative economy. Regular readers would know of my business in Indonesia a
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
and creative economy. Regular readers would know of my business in Indonesia as chairman of the Australia Indonesia Centre on behalf of the Australian and Indonesian governments. Mari was wanting to share her breakfast of lumpia Semarang,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
We're missing opportunities to trade with Indonesiaand creative economy. Regular readers would know of my business in Indonesia a
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
and creative economy. Regular readers would know of my business in Indonesia as chairman of the Australia Indonesia Centre on behalf of the Australian and Indonesian governments. Mari was wanting to share her breakfast of lumpia Semarang,... Read more
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Football365
'F*** off Danny Rose' and more eloquent mails...Man City, Juventus, Bayern (?) continue to progress. In an ideal world, Barcel
Football365 / Posted 8 days ago
Man City, Juventus, Bayern (?) continue to progress. In an ideal world, Barcelona would like to add Coutinho, Dembele, a centre-back and possibly another attacker. In my eyes, it seems like Juventus and AC Milan from Italy and the big five or... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Sectarian 'Fenians Out' graffiti daubed on wall outside Londonderry care homewill not create "no go" areas of the city. The graffiti appeared on a wall opp
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
will not create "no go" areas of the city. The graffiti appeared on a wall opposite the entrance to Foyle Arena sports centre in the Waterside, next to St Columb's Park on Monday. Derry City and Strabane District Council have since removed the... Read more
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Kincardine News
Tom Thomson: Man of mystery, many talentsa man of mystery. A finicky, bi-polar neurotic. A ladies man. He was a fisherm
Kincardine News / Posted 11 days ago
a man of mystery. A finicky, bi-polar neurotic. A ladies man. He was a fisherman, a baker and a lover of nature. And as a brilliant painter and experimenter, he inspired the Group of Seven, whose paintings, along with his, have helped define... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Tom Thomson: Man of mystery, many talentsa man of mystery. A finicky, bi-polar neurotic. A ladies man. He was a fisherm
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 11 days ago
a man of mystery. A finicky, bi-polar neurotic. A ladies man. He was a fisherman, a baker and a lover of nature. And as a brilliant painter and experimenter, he inspired the Group of Seven, whose paintings, along with his, have helped define... Read more
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Daily Mail
Charlotte Church spotted for first time since miscarriage£35,000, the duties listed included helping with changing the nappies, doing la
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
£35,000, the duties listed included helping with changing the nappies, doing laundry and shopping, as well as arranging 'cultural and educational' activities for the children. The advert, which is believed to have been listed on the website of... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Linksthe Chinese will steal the plans and clone these flying turkeys, thus rendering
Naked Capitalism / Posted 16 days ago
the Chinese will steal the plans and clone these flying turkeys, thus rendering their air force functionally impotent. It’s brilliant! 1) Re-purpose underwear gnome plant 2) ….???…!!! Convert to Chinese Clone F-35 Enhanced Fighter! Get Russians... Read more
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Evening Standard
30 mind-expanding experiences everyone should have in their twentiesor simply spend your days enjoying cocktail after cocktail on the beach. Forge
Evening Standard / Posted 16 days ago
or simply spend your days enjoying cocktail after cocktail on the beach. Forget Williamsburg, hipsters looking for a cultural injection should make a beeline for Canada’s largest city for art, food and dive bars by the dozen. Why go here... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Liverpool Loves Festival guide to this year's eventmore Top musicians, performers, artists and the people of Liverpool and beyond
Liverpool Echo / Posted 16 days ago
more Top musicians, performers, artists and the people of Liverpool and beyond will be celebrating everything about our brilliant city. The festival will happen in two locations - the main stage on Derby Square, and Liverpool ONE will be the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Time to change attack tackcommends the National Archives for returning to Japan certain documents seized
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
commends the National Archives for returning to Japan certain documents seized in World War II. Perhaps the NAA and other cultural institutions could also return documents held that supported the bringing of war crimes charges against Japanese... Read more
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The Age
Time to change attack tackcommends the National Archives for returning to Japan certain documents seized
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
commends the National Archives for returning to Japan certain documents seized in World War II. Perhaps the NAA and other cultural institutions could also return documents held that supported the bringing of war crimes charges against Japanese... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Time to change attack tackcommends the National Archives for returning to Japan certain documents seized
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
commends the National Archives for returning to Japan certain documents seized in World War II. Perhaps the NAA and other cultural institutions could also return documents held that supported the bringing of war crimes charges against Japanese... Read more
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express
Sympathy for the devil: 50 years ago today Mick Jagger faced the Establishment on TVsaid. The Rolling Stones – partly by their nature, partly thanks to their flam
express / Posted 18 days ago
said. The Rolling Stones – partly by their nature, partly thanks to their flamboyant young manager Andrew Loog Oldham’s brilliant image-making – inspired adoration, hatred and fear in equal measure as the sort of people parents told their... Read more
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dna
FULL TEXT of 'Mann ki Baat' | GST demonstrates collective strength of country, ushers in a new culturetoo are making maximum possible efforts on their part to provide relief to the
dna / Posted 19 days ago
too are making maximum possible efforts on their part to provide relief to the flood affected people. Social organisations, cultural organizations and common citizens charged with the spirit of service are also making their utmost efforts to help... Read more
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The Economic Times
Full text of 'Mann ki Baat' speech by PM Narendra Moditoo are making maximum possible efforts on their part to provide relief to the
The Economic Times / Posted 19 days ago
too are making maximum possible efforts on their part to provide relief to the flood affected people. Social organisations, cultural organizations and common citizens charged with the spirit of service are also making their utmost efforts to help... Read more
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The Wessex Scene Online
Top Summer City Breaks for Students: Part 2Still in need of a summer city break? Whether you’re looking for a historical a
The Wessex Scene Online / Posted 21 days ago
Still in need of a summer city break? Whether you’re looking for a historical and cultural enlightening, a relaxing break away or even a wild city nightlife, these five beautiful cities will provide you with the perfect trip away, full of fun without... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
From conflict to healingThe worldwide centres of the International Theatre Institute (ITI) gathered in
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 23 days ago
The worldwide centres of the International Theatre Institute (ITI) gathered in Segovia, Spain last week to hold their general assembly and celebrate the diversity of the performing arts within the historical spaces of the old city. The International... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Olu Onagoruwa - Stood Tall... Almost Till the Endespecially that the leaders were known to promote. His involvement in politica
AllAfrica.com / Posted 23 days ago
especially that the leaders were known to promote. His involvement in political and legal activities drew him to the centre stage of post-independence nationalism that was most vocal during the battle to enthrone democracy especially during... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The week in photos: July 22, 2017O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitch
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitchell Nelson cooked up a storm at Wungunja Cultural Centre, also helping Uncle Peter Peckham build a humpy. Photo: ANN-LOUISE STONESTREET BALLARAT: Andrew Rolt with... Read more
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The Young Witness
The week in photos: July 22, 2017O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitch
The Young Witness / Posted 27 days ago
O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitchell Nelson cooked up a storm at Wungunja Cultural Centre, also helping Uncle Peter Peckham build a humpy. Photo: ANN-LOUISE STONESTREET BALLARAT: Andrew Rolt with... Read more
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Western Advocate
The week in photos: July 22, 2017O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitch
Western Advocate / Posted 27 days ago
O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitchell Nelson cooked up a storm at Wungunja Cultural Centre, also helping Uncle Peter Peckham build a humpy. Photo: ANN-LOUISE STONESTREET BALLARAT: Andrew Rolt with... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The week in photos: July 22, 2017O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitch
Kiama Independent / Posted 27 days ago
O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitchell Nelson cooked up a storm at Wungunja Cultural Centre, also helping Uncle Peter Peckham build a humpy. Photo: ANN-LOUISE STONESTREET BALLARAT: Andrew Rolt with... Read more
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Manning River Times
The week in photos: July 22, 2017O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitch
Manning River Times / Posted 27 days ago
O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitchell Nelson cooked up a storm at Wungunja Cultural Centre, also helping Uncle Peter Peckham build a humpy. Photo: ANN-LOUISE STONESTREET BALLARAT: Andrew Rolt with... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The week in photos: July 22, 2017O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitch
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 27 days ago
O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitchell Nelson cooked up a storm at Wungunja Cultural Centre, also helping Uncle Peter Peckham build a humpy. Photo: ANN-LOUISE STONESTREET BALLARAT: Andrew Rolt with... Read more
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The North West Star
The week in photos: July 22, 2017O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitch
The North West Star / Posted 27 days ago
O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitchell Nelson cooked up a storm at Wungunja Cultural Centre, also helping Uncle Peter Peckham build a humpy. Photo: ANN-LOUISE STONESTREET BALLARAT: Andrew Rolt with... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The week in photos: July 22, 2017O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitch
Daily Liberal / Posted 27 days ago
O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitchell Nelson cooked up a storm at Wungunja Cultural Centre, also helping Uncle Peter Peckham build a humpy. Photo: ANN-LOUISE STONESTREET BALLARAT: Andrew Rolt with... Read more
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The Border Mail
The week in photos: July 22, 2017O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitch
The Border Mail / Posted 27 days ago
O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitchell Nelson cooked up a storm at Wungunja Cultural Centre, also helping Uncle Peter Peckham build a humpy. Photo: ANN-LOUISE STONESTREET BALLARAT: Andrew Rolt with... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The week in photos: July 22, 2017O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitch
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 27 days ago
O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitchell Nelson cooked up a storm at Wungunja Cultural Centre, also helping Uncle Peter Peckham build a humpy. Photo: ANN-LOUISE STONESTREET BALLARAT: Andrew Rolt with... Read more
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The Courier
The week in photos: July 22, 2017O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitch
The Courier / Posted 27 days ago
O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitchell Nelson cooked up a storm at Wungunja Cultural Centre, also helping Uncle Peter Peckham build a humpy. Photo: ANN-LOUISE STONESTREET BALLARAT: Andrew Rolt with... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Consciousness of Being -Imagining Biko 40 Years Onhistory of Black people. We gather here today a few kilometres away from what
AllAfrica.com / Posted 28 days ago
history of Black people. We gather here today a few kilometres away from what is now called Khosi Mampuru Correctional Centre. This is, as you might know, the dungeon where Biko's lifeless body arrived, after a long, cold and lonely journey... Read more
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The Young Witness
Week that was around the region | July 21Upfold and Patricia Gannon, who want Australia Wide Coaches to move its pick-up
The Young Witness / Posted 28 days ago
Upfold and Patricia Gannon, who want Australia Wide Coaches to move its pick-up and drop-off locations from the visitor centre. OBERON: A light dusting fell at Titania Estate south-east of Oberon overnight to Friday morning, but there wasn’t a... Read more
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Western Advocate
Week that was around the region | July 21Upfold and Patricia Gannon, who want Australia Wide Coaches to move its pick-up
Western Advocate / Posted 28 days ago
Upfold and Patricia Gannon, who want Australia Wide Coaches to move its pick-up and drop-off locations from the visitor centre. OBERON: A light dusting fell at Titania Estate south-east of Oberon overnight to Friday morning, but there wasn’t a... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Week that was around the region | July 21Upfold and Patricia Gannon, who want Australia Wide Coaches to move its pick-up
Daily Liberal / Posted 28 days ago
Upfold and Patricia Gannon, who want Australia Wide Coaches to move its pick-up and drop-off locations from the visitor centre. OBERON: A light dusting fell at Titania Estate south-east of Oberon overnight to Friday morning, but there wasn’t a... Read more
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chroniclelive
Your school news: School drama, awards, sandcastle fun, Ofsted delight and more!the village hall on Thursday 13th July when our children took to the stage in t
chroniclelive / Posted 29 days ago
the village hall on Thursday 13th July when our children took to the stage in the drama The Moon Thieves. The costumes were brilliant, we had fish, fire flies, animals and all sorts of other things! The colours were amazing as was the acting! The... Read more
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express
'I do want to beat my husband!' Competitive Kate prepares for boat race against Williamdone guys." "We didn't crash," a relieved Kate said, happy enough with finishi
express / Posted 29 days ago
done guys." "We didn't crash," a relieved Kate said, happy enough with finishing second. "It’s my first rowing medal. It’s brilliant." Adamski, 34, was not too downcast about losing. He said: “Yes, but we are the winners of her heart.” During the... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Dundee asks public for ideas for European culture bid 100 days from deadlineThe public are being asked to submit their "brilliant" ideas for a Scottish cit
EveningTimes Online / Posted 29 days ago
The public are being asked to submit their "brilliant" ideas for a Scottish city's bid to be European Capital of Culture in 2023. Dundee is bidding for the title, and is now asking the public to submit ideas for the proposed programme, 100 days from... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Dundee asks public for ideas for European culture bid 100 days from deadlineThe public are being asked to submit their "brilliant" ideas for a Scottish cit
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
The public are being asked to submit their "brilliant" ideas for a Scottish city's bid to be European Capital of Culture in 2023. Dundee is bidding for the title, and is now asking the public to submit ideas for the proposed programme, 100 days from... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Australia’s earliest home: UOW team resets Kakadu clockunprecedented control over the operations of the excavation and its findings.
Kiama Independent / Posted 29 days ago
unprecedented control over the operations of the excavation and its findings. “The site of this research has been at the centre of archaeological debate for decades over previous claims of great antiquity, with the archaeological community... Read more
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Torontoist
Highlights and Lowlights from the 2017 Toronto Fringe Festivalthis community into as public a place as Scadding Court, which is already a nex
Torontoist / Posted 30 days ago
this community into as public a place as Scadding Court, which is already a nexus for people who frequent the recreation centre, skate park, and public park there, takes some careful planning. By most accounts, this was done quite successfully by... Read more
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Scotsman
Paisley makes the shortlist for UK City of Culture 2021it would over the long term create thousands of new jobs, and allow us to attra
Scotsman / Posted 1 months ago
it would over the long term create thousands of new jobs, and allow us to attract massive investment and build a new town centre economy with tourism and creativity at its heart.” Paisley 2021 bid director Jean Cameron added: “There’s never been... Read more
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walesonline
Swansea is shortlisted for the City of Culture of 2021Culture status is only awarded every four years.Pictured (left to right) film d
walesonline / Posted 1 months ago
Culture status is only awarded every four years.Pictured (left to right) film director Kevin Allen, Tracey McNulty head of cultural services and Robert Francis Davies, Swansea Council cabinet member for culture tourism and special... Read more
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