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Otago Daily Times
$8m cycleways get go-aheadConstruction could begin this year on Dunedin's $8million separated cycleways a
$8m cycleways get go-ahead
Otago Daily Times / Posted 4 days ago
Construction could begin this year on Dunedin's $8million separated cycleways along the city's one-way system. The New Zealand Transport Agency, which will fund the work, has signed off on a detailed business case setting out the need and basic... Read more
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heraldscotland
Oil crisis; Sturgeon power push; heard about the Salmond-Cher double act?row part of broader issue facing America. The front pages Failure to sign up
Oil crisis; Sturgeon power push; heard about the Salmond-Cher double act?
heraldscotland / Posted 9 days ago
row part of broader issue facing America. The front pages Failure to sign up to the Scottish Government’s deal will cost councils tens of millions, reports Gerry Braiden in The Herald. Cosla leader David O’Neill said sanctions were so “punitive”... Read more
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heraldscotland
Oil crisis; Sturgeon pushes for powers; Salmond and Cher – I got you, baberow part of broader issue facing America. The front pages Failure to sign up
Oil crisis; Sturgeon pushes for powers; Salmond and Cher – I got you, babe
heraldscotland / Posted 9 days ago
row part of broader issue facing America. The front pages Failure to sign up to the Scottish Government’s deal will cost councils tens of millions, reports Gerry Braiden in The Herald. Cosla leader David O’Neill said sanctions were so “punitive”... Read more
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heraldscotland
High noon for councils; Cameron for north; I got you babe - Salmond and Cherrow part of broader issue facing America. The front pages Failure to sign up
High noon for councils; Cameron for north; I got you babe - Salmond and Cher
heraldscotland / Posted 9 days ago
row part of broader issue facing America. The front pages Failure to sign up to the Scottish Government’s deal will cost councils tens of millions, reports Gerry Braiden in The Herald. Cosla leader David O’Neill said sanctions were so “punitive”... Read more
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heraldscotland
Cameron heads north, high noon for councils, and I got you babe - Salmond and Cherrow part of broader issue facing America. The front pages Failure to sign up
Cameron heads north, high noon for councils, and I got you babe - Salmond and Cher
heraldscotland / Posted 9 days ago
row part of broader issue facing America. The front pages Failure to sign up to the Scottish Government’s deal will cost councils tens of millions, reports Gerry Braiden in The Herald. Cosla leader David O’Neill said sanctions were so “punitive”... Read more
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heraldscotland
Cameron heads to Aberdeen, councils told deal or no deal, and I got you babe - Salmond and Cherrow part of broader issue facing America. The front pages Failure to sign up
Cameron heads to Aberdeen, councils told deal or no deal, and I got you babe - Salmond and Cher
heraldscotland / Posted 9 days ago
row part of broader issue facing America. The front pages Failure to sign up to the Scottish Government’s deal will cost councils tens of millions, reports Gerry Braiden in The Herald. Cosla leader David O’Neill said sanctions were so “punitive”... Read more
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Scotsman
Edinburgh marketing chief wants ‘tourist tax’ to generate £10mit is not allowed to introduce some form of tourist tax. John Donnelly, chief
Edinburgh marketing chief wants ‘tourist tax’ to generate £10m
Scotsman / Posted 10 days ago
it is not allowed to introduce some form of tourist tax. John Donnelly, chief executive of Marketing Edinburgh, said the city faces a “flight to the bottom” due to dwindling funding for dedicated promotion of the city. Speaking ahead of the... Read more
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Scotsman
Capital marketing chief wants ‘tourist tax’ to generate £10mit is not allowed to introduce some form of tourist tax. John Donnelly, chief
Capital marketing chief wants ‘tourist tax’ to generate £10m
Scotsman / Posted 11 days ago
it is not allowed to introduce some form of tourist tax. John Donnelly, chief executive of Marketing Edinburgh, said the city faces a “flight to the bottom” due to dwindling funding for dedicated promotion of the city.It would be a flight to the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Tuesday, January 26, 2016free jumping castles, live music and giveaways. 7.15AM: ► Here's a quick look
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Western Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
free jumping castles, live music and giveaways. 7.15AM: ► Here's a quick look at what's making headlines across the city today. A TERRIFIC trio from Bathurst have been announced today as Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)... Read more
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Western Advocate
Tuesday, January 26, 2016free jumping castles, live music and giveaways. 7.15AM: ► Here's a quick look
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Western Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
free jumping castles, live music and giveaways. 7.15AM: ► Here's a quick look at what's making headlines across the city today. A TERRIFIC trio from Bathurst have been announced today as Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
EU right to tread carefully on Ukraine, Moldovaearly as the 1780s, Russia's empress Catherine the Great had dreamt of conqueri
EU right to tread carefully on Ukraine, Moldova
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
early as the 1780s, Russia's empress Catherine the Great had dreamt of conquering Constantinople (Tsargrad, the "imperial city" in Russian) and reviving Byzantium - from which Russia received its Orthodox faith in 988. The outbreak of the French... Read more
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The New Yorker
In Ronnie’s CourtA couple of years later he popped up there again, announcing himself this time
In Ronnie’s Court
The New Yorker / Posted 13 days ago
A couple of years later he popped up there again, announcing himself this time as my “professional adviser,” in which capacity he graciously accepted a V.I.P. tour of West Berlin’s largest film studio, and a great deal of the studio’s hospitality,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Fairground attractions as Irish head to Paris design showdraws retail buyers and interior designers from all over the world to Paris eve
Fairground attractions as Irish head to Paris design show
The Irish Times / Posted 14 days ago
draws retail buyers and interior designers from all over the world to Paris every year, beaming in new decor ideas to the city of light. This year’s show runs from this weekend until Tuesday, January 26th. Ireland is showing its finest talent... Read more
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FOX News
Danish city makes pork mandatory but allows other foodcanteens, drawing praise from the anti-immigration lobby which promotes ‘Danish
Danish city makes pork mandatory but allows other food
FOX News / Posted 15 days ago
canteens, drawing praise from the anti-immigration lobby which promotes ‘Danish food culture.’ (Reuters) A Danish city has ordered pork to be mandatory on municipal menus, including for schools and daycare centers, with politicians... Read more
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express
Pork made mandatory on menus as politicians push to 'preserve food traditions'to 'preserve food traditions' PORK has been made mandatory on the menus of day
Pork made mandatory on menus as politicians push to 'preserve food traditions'
express / Posted 15 days ago
to 'preserve food traditions' PORK has been made mandatory on the menus of day care centres and schools across a Danish city in a bid to 'preserve food traditions' amid an influx of migrants to the area. A city in Denmark has made pork... Read more
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Aljazeera
Danish city makes pork a must to ‘protect food culture'A Danish city has ordered pork to be mandatory on municipal menus, including fo
Danish city makes pork a must to ‘protect food culture'
Aljazeera / Posted 15 days ago
A Danish city has ordered pork to be mandatory on municipal menus, including for schools and daycare centres, with politicians insisting that the move is necessary to preserve the country's food traditions and is not an attack on Muslims. Frank... Read more
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TribLIVE
Danish city requires pork on menus to guard traditionsCOPENHAGEN — A Danish city has ordered pork to be mandatory on municipal menus,
Danish city requires pork on menus to guard traditions
TribLIVE / Posted 15 days ago
COPENHAGEN — A Danish city has ordered pork to be mandatory on municipal menus, including for schools and day care centers, with politicians insisting the move is necessary for preserving the country's food traditions and is not an attack on... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Eager to adopt new green goals, Palo Alto prepares for Sustainability Summitaround the globe and the issues of water conservation and traffic congestion do
Eager to adopt new green goals, Palo Alto prepares for Sustainability Summit
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 16 days ago
around the globe and the issues of water conservation and traffic congestion dominating conversations closer to home, the city's green agenda is expected to only grow in the coming years as officials prepare to adopt additional carbon-cutting... Read more
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FOX News
Danish city makes pork mandatory, says not an attack on MuslimsA Danish city has ordered pork to be mandatory on municipal menus, including fo
Danish city makes pork mandatory, says not an attack on Muslims
FOX News / Posted 16 days ago
A Danish city has ordered pork to be mandatory on municipal menus, including for schools and daycare centers, with politicians insisting the move is necessary for preserving the country's food traditions and is not an attack on Muslims. Frank... Read more
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Island Packet
Grappling with migrants, Danish town requires pork on menusmenus. Denmark, known as a generous welfare state and for its freewheeling, ma
Grappling with migrants, Danish town requires pork on menus
Island Packet / Posted 16 days ago
menus. Denmark, known as a generous welfare state and for its freewheeling, marijuana-friendly Christiania neighborhood of Copenhagen, has been cracking down on immigration in recent months, as countries across the Continent grapple with an influx... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Refugee crisis: Has Germany's compassion moment proved to be naive?Muslims form? Photo: Germans protested against the country's refugee intake in
Refugee crisis: Has Germany's compassion moment proved to be naive?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 days ago
Muslims form? Photo: Germans protested against the country's refugee intake in the wake of mass sexual assaults in the city of Cologne. (AFP: Tobias Schwarz) The glorious gothic Cologne Cathedral loomed mutely over the New Year's Eve mob.... Read more
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Business Standard India
No one in the government is responsible for attaining the air quality standards India sets: Anup Bandivadekarof the US-headquartered, ICCTAnup Bandivadekar, Passenger Vehicles Program Dire
No one in the government is responsible for attaining the air quality standards India sets: Anup Bandivadekar
Business Standard India / Posted 19 days ago
of the US-headquartered, ICCTAnup Bandivadekar, Passenger Vehicles Program Director of the US-headquartered International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) tells Nitin Sethi of the lessons from the odd-even scheme and how India lacks a... Read more
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Business Standard India
'Nobody is responsible for meeting India's air quality standards'India's air quality standards'Q&A with Anup Bandivadekar, Passenger Vehicles Pr
'Nobody is responsible for meeting India's air quality standards'
Business Standard India / Posted 19 days ago
India's air quality standards'Q&A with Anup Bandivadekar, Passenger Vehicles Program Director at of the International Council on Clean TransportationQ&A with Anup Bandivadekar, Passenger Vehicles Program Director at of the International... Read more
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walesonline
Over 4,000 sign petition campaigning against arts cuts in Cardiffand St David’s Hall will also lose £430,000 of funding. Artists and groups opp
Over 4,000 sign petition campaigning against arts cuts in Cardiff
walesonline / Posted 25 days ago
and St David’s Hall will also lose £430,000 of funding. Artists and groups opposed to the cuts say that it will harm the city’s international reputation and affect future generations. They say that while some of the contributions the council... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
How Kenya Confirmed the Deathbed of WTOwith the former colonized peoples over the future rules in a round of negotiati
How Kenya Confirmed the Deathbed of WTO
AllAfrica.com / Posted 25 days ago
with the former colonized peoples over the future rules in a round of negotiations that had been named after the city of Doha, Qatar. From the moment of those negotiations in November 2001 until today there had been nothing but... Read more
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