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The New Zealand Herald
Bike trail for Waihi has good supportCouncil has approached land owners with concept of track from town to sea West
Bike trail for Waihi has good support
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
Council has approached land owners with concept of track from town to sea Western Bay of Plenty mayor Ross Paterson sees a bike trail as a good thing for Waihi Beach. Photo / Andrew Warner Wheels are in motion for a bike trail linking Waihi and... Read more
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Gazette
Geoff Wheeler's weekly diary - Meeting with Stroud MP Neil CarmichaelTHIS edition of Geoff Wheeler's diary includes a meeting with Stroud MP Neil Ca
Geoff Wheeler's weekly diary - Meeting with Stroud MP Neil Carmichael
Gazette / Posted 20 hours ago
THIS edition of Geoff Wheeler's diary includes a meeting with Stroud MP Neil Carmichael and a popular business networking event. Tuesday, January 26 – Business Networking Event Over 60 businesses attended this event which provided advice on... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Major investment in iconic Ulverston building proposedA BIG investment into an iconic building is one of the things that has been pro
Major investment in iconic Ulverston building proposed
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
A BIG investment into an iconic building is one of the things that has been proposed in the budget for the coming year. The cabinet at South Lakeland District Council will be meeting to discuss the upcoming budget on Wednesday February 10. The... Read more
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Farming Life
Industry representatives attend careers event at CAFRE Enniskillen CampusOver 30 industry representatives attended the annual Careers and Bursary Presen
Industry representatives attend careers event at CAFRE Enniskillen Campus
Farming Life / Posted 22 hours ago
Over 30 industry representatives attended the annual Careers and Bursary Presentations Event at Enniskillen Campus. Students welcomed Councillor Thomas O’Reilly, Chairman of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council and Noel Lavery, Permanent Secretary... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Help get district Clean for QueenA call has gone out to schools, businesses and community groups to help get the
Help get district Clean for Queen
Banbury Guardian / Posted yesterday
A call has gone out to schools, businesses and community groups to help get the district gleaming for Her Majesty’s 90th birthday. The Clean for the Queen campaign was launched across the UK last week, inviting organisations to take part in the... Read more
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guardian-series
Planning applications for Epping ForestA summary of planning applications submitted to Epping Forest District Council
Planning applications for Epping Forest
guardian-series / Posted yesterday
A summary of planning applications submitted to Epping Forest District Council in the week up to January 29 are listed below. For more information or to make comments, visit www.eppingforestdc.gov.uk. A full list of planning applications is... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Urban Land Institute Oklahoma honors its founder, 'responsible' urban projects and funThe Oklahoma Chapter of the Urban Land Institute marked a decade with special r
Urban Land Institute Oklahoma honors its founder, 'responsible' urban projects and fun
The Oklahoman / Posted yesterday
The Oklahoma Chapter of the Urban Land Institute marked a decade with special recognition for founding board member and immediate past Chairman Blair Humphreys. The organization's second annual awards ceremony highlighted projects and community... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Waitangi festivities kick off with hikoiWAITANGI: Part of the crowd taking part in the hikoi in Hastings this morning.
Waitangi festivities kick off with hikoi
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
WAITANGI: Part of the crowd taking part in the hikoi in Hastings this morning. PHOTO/DUNCAN BROWN. Waitangi Day celebration kicked off in style in Hawke's Bay this morning with a hikoi to the place where the local treaty was signed in 1840. The... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Sellout at Stowmarket Regal Theatre as Dad’s Army premiere kicks off 80th birthday celebrations Stowmarket's Regal Theatre is premiering Dad's Army. In conjunction with the
Sellout at Stowmarket Regal Theatre as Dad’s Army premiere kicks off 80th birthday celebrations
Ipswich Star / Posted yesterday
Stowmarket's Regal Theatre is premiering Dad's Army. In conjunction with the cinemas 80th Birthday. A Suffolk town’s theatre and cinema kicked off its... Read more
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chad
PLANNING: What developments could be coming to a Ashfield street near you?Here is a list of the latest planning applications which have been submitted to
PLANNING: What developments could be coming to a Ashfield street near you?
chad / Posted yesterday
Here is a list of the latest planning applications which have been submitted to Ashfield District Council – including a school extension and flag poles. Application for a non-material amendment of planning permission, to change parking layout to... Read more
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Spalding Today
Spalding takeaway shop owner jailed after showing ‘complete disregard for food safety’The owner of a Spalding takeaway shop branded so dirty that it posed an imminen
Spalding takeaway shop owner jailed after showing ‘complete disregard for food safety’
Spalding Today / Posted yesterday
The owner of a Spalding takeaway shop branded so dirty that it posed an imminent threat to the health of customers has been jailed for 12 months today. Rafat Thoun, who ran Time Square Kebab and Pizza at 25 Winsover Road, was also given a lifetime... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Hall handed from pipe band to WDHSOamaru's North Otago Highland Pipe Band Hall may become a medical centre after
Hall handed from pipe band to WDHS
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
Oamaru's North Otago Highland Pipe Band Hall may become a medical centre after being bought by Waitaki District Health Services. A handing over ceremony took place at the hall on Wednesday night after Waitaki District Health Services (WDHS) signed... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Campers overflow at CampbellsAt Campbells Bay, in Kakanui, growing crowds of freedom campers have swelled so
Campers overflow at Campbells
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
At Campbells Bay, in Kakanui, growing crowds of freedom campers have swelled so dramatically in the past few years the facilities can no longer keep up with demand. Locals estimate up to 200 people have stayed at the beach site on busy nights, and... Read more
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Spalding Today
Use home collection service for unwanted bulky items in Bourne and DeepingsSpring cleaning and uncluttering of homes in Bourne and the Deepings is being m
Use home collection service for unwanted bulky items in Bourne and Deepings
Spalding Today / Posted yesterday
Spring cleaning and uncluttering of homes in Bourne and the Deepings is being made easier through a home collection service for the area. People can pay £12 for the first item and £6 each for additional bulky household items to be collected by South... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Council makes parking fine U-turn following Observer story - Chichester Observer with your email account {* traditionalSignIn_emailAddre
Council makes parking fine U-turn following Observer story
Chichester Observer / Posted yesterday
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Herts Advertiser
Developers contribute £1.2m investment in St Albans and Harpenden communities Proposed new St Albans Museum and Art Gallery at night Developers in the dis
Developers contribute £1.2m investment in St Albans and Harpenden communities
Herts Advertiser / Posted yesterday
Proposed new St Albans Museum and Art Gallery at night Developers in the district are set to contribute £1.2 million to community projects as part of an obligation linked... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Kendal Town Council puts aside £20,000 to boost flood recovery in the townKENDAL Town Council will have £20,000 to boost flood recovery in the town after
Kendal Town Council puts aside £20,000 to boost flood recovery in the town
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
KENDAL Town Council will have £20,000 to boost flood recovery in the town after increasing its precept in 2016/7. The authority will identify schemes to benefit from the dedicated flood fund in the coming months. Suggestions put forward by Mayor... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Cumbria needs a unitary authorityThe Leader of South Lakeland District Council makes an eloquent case that the c
Cumbria needs a unitary authority
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
The Leader of South Lakeland District Council makes an eloquent case that the council is worth every penny of the Council Tax we pay (Letters, January 14, 'Council worth every penny'). On the whole, I agree. The council gives us a good service. It... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Planning applications received by Lake District National Park Authority7/2016/4005 District: Copeland Application type: Notification of Intention (T
Planning applications received by Lake District National Park Authority
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
7/2016/4005 District: Copeland Application type: Notification of Intention (Telecoms, Q6g) Applicant Name: EE Ltd Location: Skelda Mast, Eskmeals, Bootle, Cumbria, LA19 5YR Development: Replacement of 2 no antennas with 2 no new antennas,... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Derbyshire mother and daughter sentenced for money laundering and fraudA mother and daughter have today been sentenced for money laundering and benefi
Derbyshire mother and daughter sentenced for money laundering and fraud
Derbyshire Times / Posted yesterday
A mother and daughter have today been sentenced for money laundering and benefit fraud offences. Emma Bent has been sentenced to two and a half years. Her mother, Sonia Lomas, received nine months, suspended for two years. Bent, of Steep Turnpike,... Read more
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John O'Groat Journal
Councillor who was granted freedom of John O'Groats diesPublished: 05/02/2016 12:46 - Updated: 05/02/2016 12:49 John Green (right) bec
Councillor who was granted freedom of John O'Groats dies
John O'Groat Journal / Posted yesterday
Published: 05/02/2016 12:46 - Updated: 05/02/2016 12:49 John Green (right) became the first person to receive the Freedom of John O’Groats when he was presented with the scroll by then Highland Council convener Jimmy Gray in 2013. A FORMER... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
NGO to Reclaim the Near Extinct Natural Forests of SalimaSalima — The Malawi Lake Basin Program (MLBP) has said that it will continue to
NGO to Reclaim the Near Extinct Natural Forests of Salima
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Salima — The Malawi Lake Basin Program (MLBP) has said that it will continue to lead the reforestation of natural forests in Salima district as a way of preventing the district from completely losing its natural vegetation due to continued charcoal... Read more
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This is West Country
Highbridge man fined for playing loud music and has equipment removed by SedgemoorSEDGMOOR District Council has successfully prosecuted Mr Ferenczi of 9 Regal Co
Highbridge man fined for playing loud music and has equipment removed by Sedgemoor
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
SEDGMOOR District Council has successfully prosecuted Mr Ferenczi of 9 Regal Court, Newtown Road, Highbridge for breach of a Noise Abatement Notice. Mr Ferenczi appeared and pleaded guilty in Taunton Magistrates Court and was fined £100 and ordered... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Banbury residents urged to check electoral register detailsPeople are being reminded to check their electoral registration details are up
Banbury residents urged to check electoral register details
Banbury Guardian / Posted yesterday
People are being reminded to check their electoral registration details are up to date ahead of this year’s elections on May 5. As part of the National Voter Registration Drive, which runs from February 1-7, Cherwell District Council is urging all... Read more
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Northern Echo
Plans for "Sausage World" factory approved by planning committeeIt was launched after husband and wife Andrew and Debbie Keeble sold their prev
Plans for "Sausage World" factory approved by planning committee
Northern Echo / Posted yesterday
It was launched after husband and wife Andrew and Debbie Keeble sold their previous sausage business, Debbie and Andrew’s. But it has outgrown its premises and submitted plans for a 30,000 sq ft factory and warehouse at Kirklington near Bedale –... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
CAUGHT: Matlock woman fraudulently claimed almost £13,000 in benefitsA Matlock woman has pleaded guilty to fraudulently claiming almost £13,000 in b
CAUGHT: Matlock woman fraudulently claimed almost £13,000 in benefits
Derbyshire Times / Posted yesterday
A Matlock woman has pleaded guilty to fraudulently claiming almost £13,000 in benefits over five years. Mahalah Sherwin, formerly of Church Street in the town, but now living at 53 Hazel Grove, was sentenced by magistrates this week to a community... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Government for Vibrant District CouncilsNtcheu — Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development says it is doing ev
Government for Vibrant District Councils
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Ntcheu — Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development says it is doing everything possible in building capacity in various fields for councilors, members of parliament and traditional authorities in a bid to ensure smooth running of local... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Chiefs Accuse MP of Neglecting ThemLilongwe — Chiefs from Lilongwe Mapuyu North Constituency on Wednesday took to
Chiefs Accuse MP of Neglecting Them
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Lilongwe — Chiefs from Lilongwe Mapuyu North Constituency on Wednesday took to task Member of Parliament (MP) for the area Horace Chipuwa of Malawi Congress Party (MCP) accusing him of neglecting them in development processes. Among others, the... Read more
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This is West Country
Where should houses be built in your village? Bishops Lydeard to hold referendumWE could all get the chance to vote in one referendum this year - but villagers
Where should houses be built in your village? Bishops Lydeard to hold referendum
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
WE could all get the chance to vote in one referendum this year - but villagers in Bishops Lydeard and Cothelstone could take part in TWO yes/no votes. As well as the anticipated in/out poll on Britain's European Union membership, electors in the... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Planning applications received by Lake Distriction National Park Authority7/2016/4005 District: Copeland Application type: Notification of Intention (T
Planning applications received by Lake Distriction National Park Authority
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
7/2016/4005 District: Copeland Application type: Notification of Intention (Telecoms, Q6g) Applicant Name: EE Ltd Location: Skelda Mast, Eskmeals, Bootle, Cumbria, LA19 5YR Development: Replacement of 2 no antennas with 2 no new antennas,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
CCM Cadre Included in CUF Councilor's Killing Suspects ListBukoba — A former government official and CCM cadre has been arrested by police
CCM Cadre Included in CUF Councilor's Killing Suspects List
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Bukoba — A former government official and CCM cadre has been arrested by police in Muleba District in connection with a recent incident where the Kimwani Councillor (CUF), in Muleba District was killed by unknown people. Kagera Regional Police... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Kirumi to Have Cattle MarketMinistry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries is in final stages of completi
Kirumi to Have Cattle Market
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries is in final stages of completing construction of a major livestock market at Kirumi in Mara Region to help cattle keepers in the Lake Zone and other nearby regions to have reliable marketplace. The... Read more
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This is West Country
Highbridge noisy neighbour prosecutedA Highbridge noisy neighbour has been prosecuted, with his amplifiers, turntabl
Highbridge noisy neighbour prosecuted
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
A Highbridge noisy neighbour has been prosecuted, with his amplifiers, turntables and speakers taken permanently. Sedgemoor District Council successfully prosecuted Mr Ferenczi of 9 Regal Court, Newtown Road, Highbridge for breach of a Noise... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Potlako Study to Improve Oncology Care AccessMolepolole — The Botswana Harvard AIDS Partnership has introduced a medical int
Potlako Study to Improve Oncology Care Access
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Molepolole — The Botswana Harvard AIDS Partnership has introduced a medical intervention study in order to improve access to oncology care. Speaking during the ongoing Kweneng Sub-district Council (MAA/Lentweletau) meeting, research coordinator at... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Matsha Victims At MceAbout 117 former Matsha Senior secondary school students who survived a horrifi
Matsha Victims At Mce
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
About 117 former Matsha Senior secondary school students who survived a horrific crash while transported in an open truck late last year started intensive rehabilitation programme at Molepolole College of Education this week. A source told The... Read more
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Sussex Express
We should have kept the parkingIt’s lovely to see the new building housing Newhaven’s Fire, Police and Distric
We should have kept the parking
Sussex Express / Posted yesterday
It’s lovely to see the new building housing Newhaven’s Fire, Police and District Council now finished in Meeching Road. There is just one small thing I believe should have been kept in this area, and that is the short-term free parking spaces in... Read more
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This is West Country
appeal for information about Gerald Cuzner and Angus Dunn, Bridgwater Museum curators of the pastBlake Museum celebrates it's 90th birthday this year, and an exhibition is bein
appeal for information about Gerald Cuzner and Angus Dunn, Bridgwater Museum curators of the past
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
Blake Museum celebrates it's 90th birthday this year, and an exhibition is being prepared about it. We are featuring past curators. Does any reader have photographs of Gerald Cuzner, curator 1926-1956 and Angus Dunn, curator 1956-1974, please? Both... Read more
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Spalding Today
It’s good to shop in HolbeachThe benefits of shopping in Holbeach are to be proven by a district councillor,
It’s good to shop in Holbeach
Spalding Today / Posted yesterday
The benefits of shopping in Holbeach are to be proven by a district councillor, with the help of Spalding Guardian readers. Coun Tracey Carter, one of three people chosen to represent the town at last May’s South Holland District Council elections,... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
One of Britain’s finest jazz organists blazes trail to KendalJAMES Taylor, one of Britain’s finest jazz organists and a man who has forged h
One of Britain’s finest jazz organists blazes trail to Kendal
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
JAMES Taylor, one of Britain’s finest jazz organists and a man who has forged his own musical path as a king of the Hammond organ, has travelled the globe on his jazz pop venture. It was the James Taylor Quartet’s fired-up signature tune, the theme... Read more
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Hunts Post
St Neots Neighbourhood Plan adopted with a 93 per cent majority - mayor “delighted” Polling Station, at Jubilee Hall, Eaton Socon, St Neots Town Council has con
St Neots Neighbourhood Plan adopted with a 93 per cent majority - mayor “delighted”
Hunts Post / Posted 2 days ago
Polling Station, at Jubilee Hall, Eaton Socon, St Neots Town Council has confirmed that its Neighbourhood Plan was accepted by the St Neots community in a dedicated... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
New road, zoning undisclosed by real estate agentThe real estate agent failed to tell buyers about a new road and zoning changes
New road, zoning undisclosed by real estate agent
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
The real estate agent failed to tell buyers about a new road and zoning changes. Photo / iStock A real estate agent failed to tell buyers about a new road going through a neighbouring property up for sale where the zoning was about to be changed to... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Safety concerns raised over proposed housing development in UlverstonCONCERNS have been raised over children's safety after proposed plans for a new
Safety concerns raised over proposed housing development in Ulverston
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 2 days ago
CONCERNS have been raised over children's safety after proposed plans for a new housing development in Ulverston have been shared with the community. The proposed development, which includes 100 houses, has been put forward by Oakmere Homes to be... Read more
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Spalding Today
Food hygiene standards on the up after latest round of visitsFood hygeine standards at businesses in South Holland have improved even more f
Food hygiene standards on the up after latest round of visits
Spalding Today / Posted 2 days ago
Food hygeine standards at businesses in South Holland have improved even more following the latest round of inspections. Those receiving five star (very good) ratings after visits from food safety officers rose from 338 (54 per cent) to 352 (56 per... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
South Lakeland to get first crematorium within next 12 monthsA STRONGLY opposed crematorium is set to open to mourners across South Lakeland
South Lakeland to get first crematorium within next 12 months
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
A STRONGLY opposed crematorium is set to open to mourners across South Lakeland within a year after controversially gaining planning approval on appeal. An application to redevelop a workshop at the 14th century Beetham Hall Farm, near Milnthorpe,... Read more
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The Daily Californian
ASUC Senate reintroduces resolution that would aim to increase BART affordability for studentsAfter a lengthy discussion Wednesday night, the ASUC Senate reintroduced a reso
ASUC Senate reintroduces resolution that would aim to increase BART affordability for students
The Daily Californian / Posted 2 days ago
After a lengthy discussion Wednesday night, the ASUC Senate reintroduced a resolution that would establish a working group to make public transportation more accessible to students. If passed, SR 41 would establish a working group composed of... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Economic action plan welcomed by regional councilThe Northland Regional Council has added its voice to those welcoming the newly
Economic action plan welcomed by regional council
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 days ago
The Northland Regional Council has added its voice to those welcoming the newly-released Tai Tokerau Northland Economic Action Plan.The Action Plan was jointly launched yesterday in Kerikeri by Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce, Primary... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Progress With Online VotingFriday, 5 February 2016, 4:26 pmPress Release: Palmerston North City Council 5
Progress With Online Voting
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 days ago
Friday, 5 February 2016, 4:26 pmPress Release: Palmerston North City Council 5 February 2016The Palmerston North City Council says it is ready to progress to the next stage in the trial of online... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
2000 riders expected to enter Big EasyThe Big Easy cycle ride is now in its fourth year. On Easter Saturday, more th
2000 riders expected to enter Big Easy
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
The Big Easy cycle ride is now in its fourth year. On Easter Saturday, more than 2000 riders are expected to saddle up for annual Big Easy cycle ride on the Hawke's Bay Trails. Now in its fourth year, The Big Easy is a 43km leisure ride on the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Terminal facelift starts to take offOnerahi airport manager Mike Chubb oversees the start of an upgrade which will
Terminal facelift starts to take off
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Onerahi airport manager Mike Chubb oversees the start of an upgrade which will almost double the size of the terminal. Photo / Michael Cunningham Whangarei Airport will soon be a "real airport" replete with self check-in and a terminal twice its... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Artwork designs sought for Solway Park toilet blockDesigns are being sought for artwork to decorate the outer walls of the new pub
Artwork designs sought for Solway Park toilet block
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 days ago
Designs are being sought for artwork to decorate the outer walls of the new public toilet block at Solway Park in Levin.Horowhenua District Council’s Property and Parks manager Arthur Nelson says the project is designed to add more vibrancy to Solway... Read more
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