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‘Clampdown’ urged on workers’ parking
DIDCOT Town Council leader Eleanor Hards wants South Oxfordshire District Council to clamp down on commuter parking. The district council dismissed a proposal to spend £280,000 on parking enforcement...
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South Oxfordshire District Council
Mothers' Day encourages more to donate blood
AS MOTHERS’ Day approaches people around Gloucestershire are being encouraged to think about mothers and children whose lives have been saved by blood transfusions and to donate blood. NHS Blood and...
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Junkies' playground: Drug-users shoot up just yar...
Junkies' playground: Drug-users shoot up just yards from city centre primary school By Paul Healy – 19 February 2015 12:00 AM These are shocking pictures which show drug addicts shooting up heroin in...
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Dublin City Council
Ana Liffey Drug Project
Lottery boost to restore Coventry historic gem an...
A MULTI-MILLION pound lottery grant is to help restore a crown jewel of Coventry's medieval heritage, create an art gallery and protect a city
for public use. A £450,000 Heritage Lottery...
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Heritage Lottery Fund
The Women International Conference, organised by Adel Hosni, was held at Semiramis Intercontinental Hotel honouring the spouse of Lebanese parliament speaker Randa Al-Berri, maestro Selim Sahab,...
Read more at Al-Ahram Weekly
Norfolk and Norwich Festival organisers granted l...
Norfolk and Norwich Festival organisers granted licence to hold arts extravaganza in city park The Norfolk and Norwich Festival's Spiegeltent. Photo: Steve Adams Organisers of the Norfolk and...
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Norwich City Council
Questions raised about Coquitlam amphitheatre pla...
A plan to construct a performance and events plaza on the shores of Lafarge Lake has drawn plenty of feedback about the project’s scope, potential noise and programming, said Coquitlam’s parks...
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Taxi driver fined €400 for cursing at garda
A taxi driver who was told he could not pass the entrance to the Marquee the night The Prodigy played last summer denied saying “Fuck you, boy” to the garda. Kevin Crowley, of 129 Rosewood,...
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Cork District Court
M&S development: Oldham council draws up plans to...
A planning application is being prepared to move the town
-and-ride facility to a new site. The Advertiser previously revealed the council’s plans for a multi-million pound regeneration...
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