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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Man charged in Dickson County, Tenn. protest skirmish fears he won't get a fair trialwent up on the courthouse lawn in 2001. Planted in the main square, the roughly
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 2 hours ago
went up on the courthouse lawn in 2001. Planted in the main square, the roughly 6-foot-tall tablet bore a message to this city of 5,862 people. "To all who served," reads the front. "In memory of the Confederate soldiers of Dickson County,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Queensland government considers landfill moratoriumbeing driven and railed from New South Wales and dumped, primarily in Ipswich,
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 hours ago
being driven and railed from New South Wales and dumped, primarily in Ipswich, to save money. "I would also urge Ipswich City Council in their planning schemes that they could decline to approve future landfills," Dr Miles said. Ipswich... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
23 people who fought cigarettes fines ordered to pay over £300 EACHperson will have to pay the lesser amount of £200 after pleading guilty at cour
Liverpool Echo / Posted 18 hours ago
person will have to pay the lesser amount of £200 after pleading guilty at court to the same offence. In March 2017, the council launched a new partnership with Kingdom which has seen a 14 strong team of enforcement officers deployed to issue... Read more
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The North West Star
Queensland government considers landfill moratoriumbeing driven and railed from New South Wales and dumped, primarily in Ipswich,
The North West Star / Posted 19 hours ago
being driven and railed from New South Wales and dumped, primarily in Ipswich, to save money. "I would also urge Ipswich City Council in their planning schemes that they could decline to approve future landfills," Dr Miles said. Ipswich... Read more
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The Age
Queensland government considers landfill moratoriumbeing driven and railed from New South Wales and dumped, primarily in Ipswich,
The Age / Posted 19 hours ago
being driven and railed from New South Wales and dumped, primarily in Ipswich, to save money. "I would also urge Ipswich City Council in their planning schemes that they could decline to approve future landfills," Dr Miles said. Ipswich... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Queensland government considers landfill moratoriumbeing driven and railed from New South Wales and dumped, primarily in Ipswich,
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 hours ago
being driven and railed from New South Wales and dumped, primarily in Ipswich, to save money. "I would also urge Ipswich City Council in their planning schemes that they could decline to approve future landfills," Dr Miles said. Ipswich... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Landfill officials, foes react to Throop council's opposition to expansionArticle Tools Friends of Lackawanna on Tuesday celebrated Throop Borough Counc
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
Article Tools Friends of Lackawanna on Tuesday celebrated Throop Borough Council’s decision to oppose Keystone Sanitary Landfill’s nearly 45-year expansion plan, while landfill officials didn’t expect it to make a major impact on the state’s review... Read more
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Canberra Times
Waste companies are big donors to Queensland political partiesdonated $16,500 to the LNP. In June 2017, Suez retained the contract to provid
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
donated $16,500 to the LNP. In June 2017, Suez retained the contract to provide waste connection services to Brisbane City Council, which they describe here on their new company website as a $900 million contract beginning on June 30,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Waste companies are big donors to Queensland political partiesdonated $16,500 to the LNP. In June 2017, Suez retained the contract to provid
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
donated $16,500 to the LNP. In June 2017, Suez retained the contract to provide waste connection services to Brisbane City Council, which they describe here on their new company website as a $900 million contract beginning on June 30,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Waste companies are big donors to Queensland political partiesdonated $16,500 to the LNP. In June 2017, Suez retained the contract to provid
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
donated $16,500 to the LNP. In June 2017, Suez retained the contract to provide waste connection services to Brisbane City Council, which they describe here on their new company website as a $900 million contract beginning on June 30,... Read more
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The Age
Waste companies are big donors to Queensland political partiesdonated $16,500 to the LNP. In June 2017, Suez retained the contract to provid
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
donated $16,500 to the LNP. In June 2017, Suez retained the contract to provide waste connection services to Brisbane City Council, which they describe here on their new company website as a $900 million contract beginning on June 30,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Letters to the Editor COUNTY Corruption rampant Editor: An article in The Times-Tribune July 14 inc
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
COUNTY Corruption rampant Editor: An article in The Times-Tribune July 14 included a plea from a Scranton City Council member asking a law firm to return nearly $400,000 for fees charged for work done in the Scranton Sewer... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
YOUR OPINIONCOUNTY Corruption rampant Editor: An article in The Times-Tribune July 14 inc
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
COUNTY Corruption rampant Editor: An article in The Times-Tribune July 14 included a plea from a Scranton City Council member asking a law firm to return nearly $400,000 for fees charged for work done in the Scranton Sewer... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
August 9massive time savings to Aucklanders travelling between the west and south of Au
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 8 days ago
massive time savings to Aucklanders travelling between the west and south of Auckland and also between the airport and the city. Just last week, the Government officially opened in Wellington the $43 million Haywards Interchange project, which... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Dickson City to consider quality of life ordinanceArticle Tools DICKSON CITY — The borough is drafting an ordinance designed to
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
Article Tools DICKSON CITY — The borough is drafting an ordinance designed to speed enforcement of quality-of-life concerns of residents. The proposed ordinance is part of an ongoing effort to eliminate blight throughout Dickson City’s residential... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Council jobs to go in bid to save CEOGOLD Coast City Council CEO Dale Dickson will have to come up with a plan to cu
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 8 days ago
GOLD Coast City Council CEO Dale Dickson will have to come up with a plan to cull jobs in order to save his own as a part a deal approved yesterday. Councillors yesterday unanimously voted to give Mr Dickson a new three-year deal — with the option... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
August 8future passenger growth. It is part of a $24 billion transport plan that we hav
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 9 days ago
future passenger growth. It is part of a $24 billion transport plan that we have worked together on with the Auckland Council, and that plan is currently being updated. That update process will take account of growing demand for light rail,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Now: News in 90 seconds for August 7, 2017cemetery expansion The ACT government has been urged to find alternatives to t
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
cemetery expansion The ACT government has been urged to find alternatives to the planned Woden Cemetery expansion, after City Services Minister Meegan Fitzharris said it was being reconsidered because of light rail. Ms Fitzharris told a budget... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Now: News in 90 seconds for August 7, 2017cemetery expansion The ACT government has been urged to find alternatives to t
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
cemetery expansion The ACT government has been urged to find alternatives to the planned Woden Cemetery expansion, after City Services Minister Meegan Fitzharris said it was being reconsidered because of light rail. Ms Fitzharris told a budget... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Now: News in 90 seconds for August 7, 2017cemetery expansion The ACT government has been urged to find alternatives to t
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
cemetery expansion The ACT government has been urged to find alternatives to the planned Woden Cemetery expansion, after City Services Minister Meegan Fitzharris said it was being reconsidered because of light rail. Ms Fitzharris told a budget... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Broads Authority planning committee proposal opposedAuthority planning committee proposal opposed Vic Thomson Picture: Norfolk Con
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 14 days ago
Authority planning committee proposal opposed Vic Thomson Picture: Norfolk Conservatives A proposal that all district council appointed members of the Broads Authority should be included on the planning committee was thwarted after some... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Broads Authority planning committee proposal opposedAuthority planning committee proposal opposed Vic Thomson Picture: Norfolk Con
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 14 days ago
Authority planning committee proposal opposed Vic Thomson Picture: Norfolk Conservatives A proposal that all district council appointed members of the Broads Authority should be included on the planning committee was thwarted after some... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Tax measures provide first test of state's voter ID lawNorth Little Rock's special election to raise its city sales tax will be among
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
North Little Rock's special election to raise its city sales tax will be among the first to test the state's revived law requiring voters to show photo identification to cast ballots. Early voting starts today for sales tax elections in three cities... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Letters to the Editor they are not capable of governing and are not interested in holding accountable
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
they are not capable of governing and are not interested in holding accountable our anti-American president. BEN EGLESIA DICKSON CITY Issue of disclosure Editor: Secret ballots are supposed to be the cornerstone of our democracy. President... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
YOUR OPINIONthey are not capable of governing and are not interested in holding accountable
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
they are not capable of governing and are not interested in holding accountable our anti-American president. BEN EGLESIA DICKSON CITY Issue of disclosure Editor: Secret ballots are supposed to be the cornerstone of our democracy. President... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Dickson City seeks dismissal of retaliation lawsuitArticle Tools A former Dickson City worker who claims he was fired for critici
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
Article Tools A former Dickson City worker who claims he was fired for criticizing borough officials on Facebook should not be allowed to proceed with a federal lawsuit because other agencies previously rejected the claim, finding he was fired for... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
VETERANSArticle Tools Scholarship aid available DAV Chapter 11, Dickson City, will o
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
Article Tools Scholarship aid available DAV Chapter 11, Dickson City, will offer a $500 scholarship to disabled veterans in need of higher education. Applicants must reside between Dickson City and the Simpson area. Write to DAV Scholarship... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Weekend Calendarthrough Monday. Hours: 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday.
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 21 days ago
through Monday. Hours: 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday. (479) 788-7300. WALTON ARTS CENTER 495 W. Dickson St., Fayetteville. "Glacial Shifts, Changing Perspectives," Diane Burko, through Sept. 30. Hours: 9 a.m.-6 p.m.... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
July 25for that matter. Rt Hon Winston Peters: Why, on the Barclay issue, was he in c
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 23 days ago
for that matter. Rt Hon Winston Peters: Why, on the Barclay issue, was he in constant communication with Glenys Dickson over a long period of time? Mr SPEAKER: Again, in so far as there may be prime ministerial responsibility, the right... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Varnell, Ga., voters to decide police department's fateCity Councilman David Owens said during a special called meeting Thursday night
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 27 days ago
City Councilman David Owens said during a special called meeting Thursday night he will move next week to create a nonbinding resolution on the November ballot. Voters will decide if they want to disband the city's police department and enter an... Read more
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Canberra Times
Gold Coast mayor returns almost half of Commonwealth Games tickets bought by councilCoast mayor Tom Tate has ordered for the return and refund of almost half of th
Canberra Times / Posted 1 months ago
Coast mayor Tom Tate has ordered for the return and refund of almost half of the 2018 Commonwealth Games tickets bought by council using ratepayer funds. Last weekend, it was revealed almost 2000 tickets were bought for trade, business and... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Games tickets offered to Gold Coast councillors returnedCoast mayor Tom Tate has ordered for the return and refund of almost half of th
Brisbane Times / Posted 1 months ago
Coast mayor Tom Tate has ordered for the return and refund of almost half of the 2018 Commonwealth Games tickets bought by council using ratepayer funds. Last weekend, it was revealed almost 2000 tickets were bought for trade, business and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Gold Coast mayor returns almost half of Commonwealth Games tickets bought by councilCoast mayor Tom Tate has ordered for the return and refund of almost half of th
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 1 months ago
Coast mayor Tom Tate has ordered for the return and refund of almost half of the 2018 Commonwealth Games tickets bought by council using ratepayer funds. Last weekend, it was revealed almost 2000 tickets were bought for trade, business and... Read more
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The Age
Gold Coast mayor returns almost half of Commonwealth Games tickets bought by councilCoast mayor Tom Tate has ordered for the return and refund of almost half of th
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
Coast mayor Tom Tate has ordered for the return and refund of almost half of the 2018 Commonwealth Games tickets bought by council using ratepayer funds. Last weekend, it was revealed almost 2000 tickets were bought for trade, business and... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Spokane Park Board defers approval of design plan for Riverfront Parkits approval of the renderings the Riverfront Park design team came up with thi
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 1 months ago
its approval of the renderings the Riverfront Park design team came up with this month. The design team presented to the City Council as well as at a meeting with residents a Riverfront Park design that focused on an uncovered pavilion. Keith... Read more

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