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express
Israel: Corbyn in DENIAL about anti-semitism as Labour now facing woeful election resultsyou have to ask why you are holding Jews to a different standard. “Of course t
Israel: Corbyn in DENIAL about anti-semitism as Labour now facing woeful election results
express / Posted an hour ago
you have to ask why you are holding Jews to a different standard. “Of course they have the right to criticise the government of Israel. Israeli people do that every day. It’s not about criticising Israel. It’s about demonising the Jewish... Read more
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Brisbane Times
2016 federal budget: Australia Council 'one major cut away' from not functioningThe Australia Council, the nation's peak arts body, "is one major cut away from
2016 federal budget: Australia Council 'one major cut away' from not functioning
Brisbane Times / Posted an hour ago
The Australia Council, the nation's peak arts body, "is one major cut away from no longer being able to operate", a leading arts industry figure has said in the lead-up to a federal budget that offers a real prospect of such a fate. The director of... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
Q&A: Candidates for WV Secretary of State Share Viewsgraduate, employed at Frontier and a member of the Communication Workers of Ame
Q&A: Candidates for WV Secretary of State Share Views
The Charleston State Journal / Posted an hour ago
graduate, employed at Frontier and a member of the Communication Workers of America. I spent 13 years on Clarksburg City Council and two years as mayor. Member of the West Virginia House of Delegates for the past two years. I think the fact that... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Commonwealth Games legacy project probed over £10,000 cheque mysterywithdraw up to £10,000 in cash. The Evening Times understands the People’s Dev
Commonwealth Games legacy project probed over £10,000 cheque mystery
EveningTimes Online / Posted an hour ago
withdraw up to £10,000 in cash. The Evening Times understands the People’s Development Trust (PDT), the charity behind a community hub in Dalmarnock, complained to the single force after alleged irregularities were found on several cheque... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Halal horror house as undercover video exposes cruel abattoirabattoir which provides halal and kosher meat appears to ignore all standards o
Halal horror house as undercover video exposes cruel abattoir
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 hours ago
abattoir which provides halal and kosher meat appears to ignore all standards of animal welfare despite the presence of a government inspector and two vets and boasting all staff have had proper training. The Food ­Standards Agency was so... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Kiama residents say no to council amalgamationCouncil amalgamations still a hot topic for Kiama residents, who want the state
Kiama residents say no to council amalgamation
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 hours ago
Council amalgamations still a hot topic for Kiama residents, who want the state government to know they 'won't be merged'. THE BIG NO: More than 250 Kiama residents want the state government to know they will not be merged with Shoalhaven council. A... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Grant awardedAn Enderby organization has received assistance from the B.C. Arts Council. Th
Grant awarded
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 3 hours ago
An Enderby organization has received assistance from the B.C. Arts Council. The Enderby and District Arts Council has been presented a grant for $12,565. “These arts and culture groups are part of what makes the Shuswap a great place to live,” said... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
YOUR OPINIONNow, there is even more reason to be ashamed to be a resident of Pennsylvania.
YOUR OPINION
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 3 hours ago
Now, there is even more reason to be ashamed to be a resident of Pennsylvania. In addition to a dysfunctional state government that refuses to do the will of the people and enact a budget on time and has a disbarred lawyer disgracing the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy fundingLabor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy funding
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 hours ago
Labor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged that a Shorten government would book $1 billion of the savings cut from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency by the Coalition. Labor faces "a litmus test" of its... Read more
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The Age
Cash for cans: NSW MPs make video appealTwo NSW government MPs have appeared in a video urging their cabinet colleagues
Cash for cans: NSW MPs make video appeal
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
Two NSW government MPs have appeared in a video urging their cabinet colleagues to vote for a 10 cent "cash for containers" scheme, in a final push to get the community recycling initiative approved despite industry opposition. The Baird cabinet... Read more
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The Border Mail
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy fundingLabor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy funding
The Border Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
Labor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged that a Shorten government would book $1 billion of the savings cut from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency by the Coalition. Labor faces "a litmus test" of its... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy fundingLabor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy funding
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 hours ago
Labor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged that a Shorten government would book $1 billion of the savings cut from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency by the Coalition. Labor faces "a litmus test" of its... Read more
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The Courier
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy fundingLabor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy funding
The Courier / Posted 3 hours ago
Labor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged that a Shorten government would book $1 billion of the savings cut from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency by the Coalition. Labor faces "a litmus test" of its... Read more
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Orange County Register
Can Stanton tax to prosperity?In July 2014, the Stanton City Council unanimously approved Measure GG, placing
Can Stanton tax to prosperity?
Orange County Register / Posted 3 hours ago
In July 2014, the Stanton City Council unanimously approved Measure GG, placing it on the November 2014 ballot. If passed, the measure authorized the city to impose an additional 1 percent sales tax, raising the sales tax within the city’s 3.2... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Thomas Piggott and Jia Hu: Opioid epidemic requires national responseresponse is now. The year ahead will be a significant one for public health an
Thomas Piggott and Jia Hu: Opioid epidemic requires national response
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 3 hours ago
response is now. The year ahead will be a significant one for public health and health care in Canada. The federal government, led by physician health minister Jane Philpott, is in the midst of negotiating a new health accord with the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy fundingLabor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy funding
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 hours ago
Labor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged that a Shorten government would book $1 billion of the savings cut from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency by the Coalition. Labor faces "a litmus test" of its... Read more
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The Young Witness
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy fundingLabor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy funding
The Young Witness / Posted 4 hours ago
Labor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged that a Shorten government would book $1 billion of the savings cut from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency by the Coalition. Labor faces "a litmus test" of its... Read more
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Western Advocate
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy fundingLabor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy funding
Western Advocate / Posted 4 hours ago
Labor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged that a Shorten government would book $1 billion of the savings cut from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency by the Coalition. Labor faces "a litmus test" of its... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy fundingLabor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy funding
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 hours ago
Labor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged that a Shorten government would book $1 billion of the savings cut from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency by the Coalition. Labor faces "a litmus test" of its... Read more
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Manning River Times
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy fundingLabor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy funding
Manning River Times / Posted 4 hours ago
Labor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged that a Shorten government would book $1 billion of the savings cut from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency by the Coalition. Labor faces "a litmus test" of its... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy fundingLabor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy funding
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 4 hours ago
Labor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged that a Shorten government would book $1 billion of the savings cut from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency by the Coalition. Labor faces "a litmus test" of its... Read more
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The North West Star
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy fundingLabor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged
Federal Election 2016: Labor's billion-dollar hole in renewable energy funding
The North West Star / Posted 4 hours ago
Labor faces 'a litmus test' of its support of renewable energy after it emerged that a Shorten government would book $1 billion of the savings cut from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency by the Coalition. Labor faces "a litmus test" of its... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Labor cuts renewable energy funding after 'supportive noises' for Turnbull's alternative planLabor faces "a litmus test" of its support of renewable energy after it emerged
Labor cuts renewable energy funding after 'supportive noises' for Turnbull's alternative plan
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 hours ago
Labor faces "a litmus test" of its support of renewable energy after it emerged that a Shorten government would book $1 billion of the savings cut from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency by the Coalition. Students from UNSW demonstrate the solar... Read more
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The Age
Labor cuts renewable energy funding after 'supportive noises' for Turnbull's alternative planLabor faces "a litmus test" of its support of renewable energy after it emerged
Labor cuts renewable energy funding after 'supportive noises' for Turnbull's alternative plan
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
Labor faces "a litmus test" of its support of renewable energy after it emerged that a Shorten government would book $1 billion of the savings cut from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency by the Coalition. The Abbott government's 2014 budget cut... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Labor cuts renewable energy funding after 'supportive noises' for Turnbull's alternative planLabor faces "a litmus test" of its support of renewable energy after it emerged
Labor cuts renewable energy funding after 'supportive noises' for Turnbull's alternative plan
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
Labor faces "a litmus test" of its support of renewable energy after it emerged that a Shorten government would book $1 billion of the savings cut from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency by the Coalition. The Abbott government's 2014 budget cut... Read more
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The Courier
Link road plan progressesWest Link Road is set to continue, with the City of Ballarat identifying a sect
Link road plan progresses
The Courier / Posted 4 hours ago
West Link Road is set to continue, with the City of Ballarat identifying a section of land for the project’s second stage. Council has received authorisation to prepare an amendment to the Ballarat Planning Scheme from Minister for Planning Richard... Read more
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WA Today
Labor cuts renewable energy funding after 'supportive noises' for Turnbull's alternative planLabor faces "a litmus test" of its support of renewable energy after it emerged
Labor cuts renewable energy funding after 'supportive noises' for Turnbull's alternative plan
WA Today / Posted 4 hours ago
Labor faces "a litmus test" of its support of renewable energy after it emerged that a Shorten government would book $1 billion of the savings cut from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency by the Coalition. Students from UNSW demonstrate the solar... Read more
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The Financial Express
Tamil Nadu, Kerala: What makes oldest candidates in fray most sought-after by their parties?Kulitalai in 1957, and has been the CM five times. He has also been a member of
Tamil Nadu, Kerala: What makes oldest candidates in fray most sought-after by their parties?
The Financial Express / Posted 5 hours ago
Kulitalai in 1957, and has been the CM five times. He has also been a member of the (now-abolished) Tamil Nadu Legislative Council once. Achuthanandan is now the only surviving leader among the founders of the CPM. Both VS and Karunanidhi are the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
A Divisive Grazing Billtension among lawmakers. Damilola Oyedele writes When recently reports filtere
A Divisive Grazing Bill
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 hours ago
tension among lawmakers. Damilola Oyedele writes When recently reports filtered through the newswires that the federal government wanted to create, through a bill in the National Assembly, grazing routes amounting to 50,000 hectares of land... Read more
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The Manila Times
Clashes, arrests as protesters seek to disrupt German right-wing congress“Islam is part of Germany”, a country that is home to around four million Musli
Clashes, arrests as protesters seek to disrupt German right-wing congress
The Manila Times / Posted 5 hours ago
“Islam is part of Germany”, a country that is home to around four million Muslims. Aiman Mazyek, chairman of the Central Council of Muslims in Germany, said it was “the first time since Hitler’s Germany that there is a party which discredits and... Read more
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Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKCountry music jam, 6-9 p.m., Rogers Community Auction dining hall. AMVETS Post
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted 6 hours ago
Country music jam, 6-9 p.m., Rogers Community Auction dining hall. AMVETS Post 45 Sons and Drill Team breakfast, 8-11 a.m. Spaghetti dinner fundraiser for Alchemy Acres Animal Sanctuary with Chinese auction, 50/50 raffle and bake sale, 11 a.m.-6... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
2016 federal budget: Australia Council 'one major cut away' from not functioningbudget may bring even worse news for a sector in desperate need of support. Th
2016 federal budget: Australia Council 'one major cut away' from not functioning
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 hours ago
budget may bring even worse news for a sector in desperate need of support. The nation's peak arts body, the Australia Council, "is one major cut away from no longer being able to operate", a leading arts industry figure has said in the lead-up... Read more
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The Courier
2016 federal budget: Australia Council 'one major cut away' from not functioningbudget may bring even worse news for a sector in desperate need of support. Th
2016 federal budget: Australia Council 'one major cut away' from not functioning
The Courier / Posted 6 hours ago
budget may bring even worse news for a sector in desperate need of support. The nation's peak arts body, the Australia Council, "is one major cut away from no longer being able to operate", a leading arts industry figure has said in the lead-up... Read more
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Daily Record
Experts urge Nicola Sturgeon to revolutionise the education systemThe First Minister insists transforming the future of children from poorer neig
Experts urge Nicola Sturgeon to revolutionise the education system
Daily Record / Posted 6 hours ago
The First Minister insists transforming the future of children from poorer neighbourhoods will be her Government’s No1 aim if the SNP take charge again. The party’s manifesto explicitly states closing the attainment gap is their priority and... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Election 2016: Lucius says district needs more creative solutionsArmed Services. The agricultural industry needs an advocate for water, immigrat
Election 2016: Lucius says district needs more creative solutions
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
Armed Services. The agricultural industry needs an advocate for water, immigration reform, and to minimize the impact of government regulations, which I will do on the Ag Committee. The Appropriations Committee is essential in determining which... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
2016 federal budget: Australia Council 'one major cut away' from not functioningbudget may bring even worse news for a sector in desperate need of support. Th
2016 federal budget: Australia Council 'one major cut away' from not functioning
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 hours ago
budget may bring even worse news for a sector in desperate need of support. The nation's peak arts body, the Australia Council, "is one major cut away from no longer being able to operate", a leading arts industry figure has said in the lead-up... Read more
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USA Today
Removing a racist legacy at Monmouth University?president since 1848, Wilson also re-instituted segregation by race in workplac
Removing a racist legacy at Monmouth University?
USA Today / Posted 7 hours ago
president since 1848, Wilson also re-instituted segregation by race in workplaces, bathrooms, cafeterias and other federal government offices — at a time when blacks had previously found job opportunities there. Monmouth University Ambassador... Read more
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The Young Witness
2016 federal budget: Australia Council 'one major cut away' from not functioningbudget may bring even worse news for a sector in desperate need of support. Th
2016 federal budget: Australia Council 'one major cut away' from not functioning
The Young Witness / Posted 7 hours ago
budget may bring even worse news for a sector in desperate need of support. The nation's peak arts body, the Australia Council, "is one major cut away from no longer being able to operate", a leading arts industry figure has said in the lead-up... Read more
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The Memphis Flyer
EndpapersThe narrative emerges from a collection of anecdotes that, pieced together, rep
Endpapers
The Memphis Flyer / Posted 7 hours ago
The narrative emerges from a collection of anecdotes that, pieced together, represent the collective memory of the small community where the story takes place. This is not to say that Twilight is perfect. Almost every adventure story involving a... Read more
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Weirton Daily Times
High court makeup to be picked May 10School of Law Key endorsements: Beckley Firefighters IAFF Local 795 Perspecti
High court makeup to be picked May 10
Weirton Daily Times / Posted 7 hours ago
School of Law Key endorsements: Beckley Firefighters IAFF Local 795 Perspective: "I believe the legislative branch of government is responsible for public policy decisions. I think as a member of the Supreme Court, your responsibility is... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Ringwood residents petitioning to force full cleanup of Superfund siteRingwood residents is banking on a seldom-used provision of municipal law that
Ringwood residents petitioning to force full cleanup of Superfund site
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 7 hours ago
Ringwood residents is banking on a seldom-used provision of municipal law that could force Ford Motor Co. and the borough government to excavate 166,000 tons of contaminated soil at its Superfund site instead of placing a barrier over... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
N.J. anti-terrorism plan aims to spot those vulnerable to being radicalizedThe FBI is enlisting teams of community leaders, clergy, social workers and men
N.J. anti-terrorism plan aims to spot those vulnerable to being radicalized
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 7 hours ago
The FBI is enlisting teams of community leaders, clergy, social workers and mental health professionals to counsel troubled people who voice support for terrorism in a program that could begin in New Jersey this year, officials said. The teams,... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
“Does your donation count or cost?" bin dumping report outTHE State Government has taken the first step to tackle one of the biggest chal
“Does your donation count or cost?" bin dumping report out
The Daily Mercury / Posted 8 hours ago
THE State Government has taken the first step to tackle one of the biggest challenges concerning Queensland charities - illegal dumping at charity stores and donation bins. Environment Minister Dr Steven Miles today released the "Does your donation... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
“Does your donation count or cost?" bin dumping report outTHE State Government has taken the first step to tackle one of the biggest chal
“Does your donation count or cost?" bin dumping report out
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 8 hours ago
THE State Government has taken the first step to tackle one of the biggest challenges concerning Queensland charities - illegal dumping at charity stores and donation bins. Environment Minister Dr Steven Miles today released the "Does your donation... Read more
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The Age
2016 federal budget: Australia Council 'one major cut away' from not functioningThe director of Regional Arts Victoria, Esther Anatolitis, said the Australia C
2016 federal budget: Australia Council 'one major cut away' from not functioning
The Age / Posted 8 hours ago
The director of Regional Arts Victoria, Esther Anatolitis, said the Australia Council for the Arts, had been crippled by funding cuts. Photo: Teagan Glenane The nation's peak arts body, the Australia Council, "is one major cut away from no longer... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
2016 federal budget: Australia Council 'one major cut away' from not functioningThe director of Regional Arts Victoria, Esther Anatolitis, said the Australia C
2016 federal budget: Australia Council 'one major cut away' from not functioning
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
The director of Regional Arts Victoria, Esther Anatolitis, said the Australia Council for the Arts, had been crippled by funding cuts. Photo: Teagan Glenane The nation's peak arts body, the Australia Council, "is one major cut away from no longer... Read more
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Queensland Times
“Does your donation count or cost?" bin dumping report outTHE State Government has taken the first step to tackle one of the biggest chal
“Does your donation count or cost?" bin dumping report out
Queensland Times / Posted 8 hours ago
THE State Government has taken the first step to tackle one of the biggest challenges concerning Queensland charities - illegal dumping at charity stores and donation bins. Environment Minister Dr Steven Miles today released the "Does your donation... Read more
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Tri-County Citizen
Bulletin Board | May 1, 2016tccnews@mihomepaper.com. Information must be received by 5 p.m. Wednesday to be
Bulletin Board | May 1, 2016
Tri-County Citizen / Posted 8 hours ago
tccnews@mihomepaper.com. Information must be received by 5 p.m. Wednesday to be published in the following Sunday’s paper. GOVERNMENT MEETINGS • SWAN CREEK TOWNSHIP PLANNING COMMISSION will meet at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 3, at the township hall,... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
“Does your donation count or cost?" bin dumping report outTHE State Government has taken the first step to tackle one of the biggest chal
“Does your donation count or cost?" bin dumping report out
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 hours ago
THE State Government has taken the first step to tackle one of the biggest challenges concerning Queensland charities - illegal dumping at charity stores and donation bins. Environment Minister Dr Steven Miles today released the "Does your donation... Read more
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News Mail
“Does your donation count or cost?" bin dumping report outTHE State Government has taken the first step to tackle one of the biggest chal
“Does your donation count or cost?" bin dumping report out
News Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
THE State Government has taken the first step to tackle one of the biggest challenges concerning Queensland charities - illegal dumping at charity stores and donation bins. Environment Minister Dr Steven Miles today released the "Does your donation... Read more
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