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Oxford Mail
City council’s antiques worth a cool £2.5m, the Mail revealsGOBLETS, old muskets and vintage cigar boxes are just some of the £2.5m worth o
City council’s antiques worth a cool £2.5m, the Mail reveals
Oxford Mail / Posted 9 minutes ago
GOBLETS, old muskets and vintage cigar boxes are just some of the £2.5m worth of antique items Oxford City Council owns. The Oxford Mail can reveal Oxfordshire’s councils are sitting on “staggering” art collections worth millions, with the city’s... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Opotiki District Council statement re allegationsWednesday, 2 September 2015, 5:24 pmPress Release: Opotiki District CouncilThe
Opotiki District Council statement re allegations
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 22 minutes ago
Wednesday, 2 September 2015, 5:24 pmPress Release: Opotiki District CouncilThe Opōtiki Mayor is urging the community and the media to let Police get on... Read more
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This is West Country
Chance to get involved in Minehead's secret garden projectTHE future of a tranquil, scenic and largely unknown site in the middle of Mine
Chance to get involved in Minehead's secret garden project
This is West Country / Posted 24 minutes ago
THE future of a tranquil, scenic and largely unknown site in the middle of Minehead is to be put to a public consultation later this month. Sandwiched between Holloway Street, Market House Lane and the Clanville development, Clanville Gardens has... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Deadline looms for Norfolk’s devolution deal bid Norfolk County Council's headquarters in Martineau Lane. Pic: Mike Page. Fin
Deadline looms for Norfolk’s devolution deal bid
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 45 minutes ago
Norfolk County Council's headquarters in Martineau Lane. Pic: Mike Page. Finishing touches are being made to a submission for a Norfolk devolution deal, with an “expression of interest” to be lodged... Read more
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norwichadvertiser24
Deadline looms for Norfolk’s devolution deal bidNorfolk County Council's headquarters in Martineau Lane. Pic: Mike Page. Finis
Deadline looms for Norfolk’s devolution deal bid
norwichadvertiser24 / Posted an hour ago
Norfolk County Council's headquarters in Martineau Lane. Pic: Mike Page. Finishing touches are being made to a submission for a Norfolk devolution deal, with an “expression of interest” to be lodged... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Deadline looms for Norfolk’s devolution deal bid 06:00 02 September 2015 Norfolk County Council's headquarters in Martineau L
Deadline looms for Norfolk’s devolution deal bid
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted an hour ago
06:00 02 September 2015 Norfolk County Council's headquarters in Martineau Lane. Pic: Mike Page. Finishing touches are being made to a submission for a Norfolk devolution deal, with an “expression... Read more
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Gisborne Herald
ED is for emergenciesGisborne District Council has decided not to proceed with a free parking trial
ED is for emergencies
Gisborne Herald / Posted an hour ago
Gisborne District Council has decided not to proceed with a free parking trial in September, from 3-5pm, after the 8.30-10.30am trial in August. The cost of the extended trial was estimated at $11,000; the aim was to boost shopping in the CBD. Do... Read more
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Gisborne Herald
A better CBD product . . .Gisborne District Council has decided not to proceed with a free parking trial
A better CBD product . . .
Gisborne Herald / Posted an hour ago
Gisborne District Council has decided not to proceed with a free parking trial in September, from 3-5pm, after the 8.30-10.30am trial in August. The cost of the extended trial was estimated at $11,000; the aim was to boost shopping in the CBD. Do... Read more
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Gisborne Herald
Finances look good for past fiscal yearINDICATIONS are that the 2014-15 financial year that ended on June 30 has been
Finances look good for past fiscal year
Gisborne Herald / Posted an hour ago
INDICATIONS are that the 2014-15 financial year that ended on June 30 has been a very good one for Gisborne District Council, chief executive Judy Campbell told the council. Too often the council did not spend enough time thinking about the year... Read more
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Gisborne Herald
Scrutiny for aquifer trialTHE application by Gisborne District Council for the trial of a managed aquifer
Scrutiny for aquifer trial
Gisborne Herald / Posted an hour ago
THE application by Gisborne District Council for the trial of a managed aquifer recharge for the Makauri aquifer will be publicly notified. A public support group, chaired by the Mayor, has been set up by the council. The trial will see water... Read more
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Gisborne Herald
Flying visit to look at projectA FLYING stopover to see how a $65,000 government-funded project on native fish
Flying visit to look at project
Gisborne Herald / Posted an hour ago
A FLYING stopover to see how a $65,000 government-funded project on native fish species is coming along was part of a visit by the Minister for the Environment Nick Smith this week. During a busy schedule yesterday, he visited a site at the Te Arai... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Plans finally go in for new homes and poolPLANS for nearly 2,000 homes, schools and a sports centre with swimming pool in
Plans finally go in for new homes and pool
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
PLANS for nearly 2,000 homes, schools and a sports centre with swimming pool in Didcot have finally been put forward. Proposals for land to the north east of Didcot had stalled because South Oxfordshire District Council was unable to buy the land... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Council wants to hear ideas for parkWilliam Fraser Park and Pohe Island could soon be home to a variety of eateries
Council wants to hear ideas for park
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
William Fraser Park and Pohe Island could soon be home to a variety of eateries and fun activities with Whangarei District Council looking for ideas for potential businesses to set up on the popular site. Pop-up ice skating rinks, waterslides, a... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Minister visits Te Arai fresh water projectWednesday, 2 September 2015, 9:47 amPress Release: Gisborne District CouncilThe
Minister visits Te Arai fresh water project
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 8 hours ago
Wednesday, 2 September 2015, 9:47 amPress Release: Gisborne District CouncilThe Minister for the Environment (MfE), Hon Dr Nick Smith was given an update on a... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Queenstown jetboat stoush back to courtQueenstown's Kawarau river - setting for a stoush between rival jetboating comp
Queenstown jetboat stoush back to court
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
Queenstown's Kawarau river - setting for a stoush between rival jetboating companies. A long-running legal battle between rival Queenstown jet-boat companies has gone another round in court. In a three-day High Court hearing in Queenstown that... Read more
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The Borneo Post
New RM1 mln Rh Temuai to be sited near Kanowit RiverKANOWIT: The Bumiputera Guesthouse here – known locally as ‘Rumah Temuai’ – wil
New RM1 mln Rh Temuai to be sited near Kanowit River
The Borneo Post / Posted 11 hours ago
KANOWIT: The Bumiputera Guesthouse here – known locally as ‘Rumah Temuai’ – will be relocated to a site near the Kanowit Bridge, which is still under construction. According to Assistant Minister of Land Development Datuk Gramong Juna, the site has... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Logging trucks by schools a concernThe board has called on the Waitaki District Council to ask carriage companies
Logging trucks by schools a concern
Otago Daily Times / Posted 12 hours ago
The board has called on the Waitaki District Council to ask carriage companies to stick to routes through Palmerston that avoid schools. Mr Foote said many trucks travelled between the Horse Range Rd forestry and Dunedin via Stour St, passing close... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Patronage requiredProviding seasonal worker accommodation might help smooth out the ebbs and flow
Patronage required
Otago Daily Times / Posted 12 hours ago
Providing seasonal worker accommodation might help smooth out the ebbs and flows in demand at the Clyde Camping ground over summer, the Vincent Community Board heard yesterday. Board members discussed a report on the history, status and possible... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Contractor's yard upsets neighboursParsons Rd residents Gen Heselwood (left) and Hayley Kennedy miss their rural v
Contractor's yard upsets neighbours
Otago Daily Times / Posted 12 hours ago
Parsons Rd residents Gen Heselwood (left) and Hayley Kennedy miss their rural view and quietness since a North Otago contractor set up a yard (background) near their properties. Photo by David Bruce. Earlier this year, a large shed was built on a... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham Post Environmental Awards: Restaurant protecting Sherwood Forest and other nomineeesSherwood Forest is one of the great symbols of Nottinghamshire – and one restau
Nottingham Post Environmental Awards: Restaurant protecting Sherwood Forest and other nomineees
Nottingham Post / Posted 13 hours ago
Sherwood Forest is one of the great symbols of Nottinghamshire – and one restaurant is doing more than most to ensure it is not tarnished. Oaks, in Bromley Place, cooks burgers, steaks and sausages on its grill using wood sustainably coppiced by the... Read more
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Gazette
Stroud District Council hold consultation in Slimbridge as they seek permission to build a waste depot near the villagePLANS for a £3 million council waste transfer depot near Slimbridge have been o
Stroud District Council hold consultation in Slimbridge as they seek permission to build a waste depot near the village
Gazette / Posted 15 hours ago
PLANS for a £3 million council waste transfer depot near Slimbridge have been on display in the village. The centre will be built on the site of the disused Gossington Truck Stop, subject to planning permission being granted, and could be open by... Read more
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Ipswich Star
New play areas open at Felixstowe’s beachside Martello ParkPhoto caption: (L-R) Courtney Culf, Cllr TJ Haworth-Culf, Cabinet Member for Cu
New play areas open at Felixstowe’s beachside Martello Park
Ipswich Star / Posted 17 hours ago
Photo caption: (L-R) Courtney Culf, Cllr TJ Haworth-Culf, Cabinet Member for Customers, Communities and Leisure, Cllr Geoff Holdcroft, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Resources, Cllr Ray... Read more
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This is West Country
Sedgemoor District Council car parks ‘phone and pay' is successSINCE launching in March 2014 over 9,000 customers have successfully used the ‘
Sedgemoor District Council car parks ‘phone and pay' is success
This is West Country / Posted 18 hours ago
SINCE launching in March 2014 over 9,000 customers have successfully used the ‘phone and pay’ system for parking in Sedgemoor District Council car parks, with over 1,000 customers using the system in July alone. Many of these customers now use the... Read more
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Spalding Today
It’s Lord Porter of Spalding for GaryCouncil leader Gary Porter is to become a member of the House of Lords followin
It’s Lord Porter of Spalding for Gary
Spalding Today / Posted 19 hours ago
Council leader Gary Porter is to become a member of the House of Lords following an initial approach from Prime Minister David Cameron. The new ‘job’ was confirmed in a phone call from a special parliamentary adviser at Number 10 on Tuesday – and... Read more
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guardian-series
24-hour garage booze license criticisedA controversial new 24 hour alcohol license at a petrol station has been met wi
24-hour garage booze license criticised
guardian-series / Posted 19 hours ago
A controversial new 24 hour alcohol license at a petrol station has been met with opposition from members of the public. Esso Garage in Church Hill, Loughton, was granted the license for round the clock booze-selling last Monday (August 24). Epping... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Bailiffs sent in by St Albans District Council to collect in more than 2,000 debt cases last yearBailiffs were sent in by St Albans District Council to collect in more than 2,0
Bailiffs sent in by St Albans District Council to collect in more than 2,000 debt cases last year
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 19 hours ago
Bailiffs were sent in by St Albans District Council to collect in more than 2,000 debt cases last year. The council instructed bailiffs 2,306 times to collect debts owed by residents and businesses during financial year 2014/15, according to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Six Family Members Perish in AccidentSix family members were killed when a Nissan truck they were travelling in side
Six Family Members Perish in Accident
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 hours ago
Six family members were killed when a Nissan truck they were travelling in sideswiped a South Africa-registered Audi sedan at Mavise Turn-off along the Harare-Masvingo Highway near Mvuma on Saturday afternoon. Chirumhanzu Rural District Council... Read more
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Aylesbury Today
Car park price hike kicks in todayBig rises in car parking charges in Aylesbury come into effect today (Tuesday,
Car park price hike kicks in today
Aylesbury Today / Posted 22 hours ago
Big rises in car parking charges in Aylesbury come into effect today (Tuesday, September 1). Charges at the popular Exchange Street car park have risen by up to 50%, while evening tariffs have also been scrapped, after a shake-up of fees was agreed... Read more
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Royston & Buntingford Crow
Royston Make Lunch team of volunteers delivers 08:32 01 September 2015 Manager Cate Hall, with Mandy Jinkerson the Communit
Royston Make Lunch team of volunteers delivers
Royston & Buntingford Crow / Posted 22 hours ago
08:32 01 September 2015 Manager Cate Hall, with Mandy Jinkerson the Community rep from Tesco who came along to make some chicken wraps with the children and Cate's son, Amadeus. Generosity and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Rollright Stones car park plans to be consideredPlans for a 55-space car park at the ancient site of the Rollright Stones will
Rollright Stones car park plans to be considered
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
Plans for a 55-space car park at the ancient site of the Rollright Stones will be considered by West Oxfordshire District Council next week. On Monday, the council will consider plans to turn part of the farmland next to the stones near Little... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Trish Giddens: Standing alone, standing stillMost will know I am a strong advocate for an "Amalgamated local government, Haw
Trish Giddens: Standing alone, standing still
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
Most will know I am a strong advocate for an "Amalgamated local government, Hawke's Bay". For all the very good reasons forwarded by others supporting regional wide governance, and with no disrespect to any past or current staff or councillors, I at... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
$2m will help fund water in South HokiangaThe council had been working with Te Aupouri Maori Trust board and the supplier
$2m will help fund water in South Hokianga
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
The council had been working with Te Aupouri Maori Trust board and the supplier to improve water quality in Te Kao. The Government has granted subsidies totalling almost $2 million to build a safe water supply for Omanaia and improve water storage... Read more
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Gisborne Herald
HandbrakesGisborne District Council has decided not to proceed with a free parking trial
Handbrakes
Gisborne Herald / Posted yesterday
Gisborne District Council has decided not to proceed with a free parking trial in September, from 3-5pm, after the 8.30-10.30am trial in August. The cost of the extended trial was estimated at $11,000; the aim was to boost shopping in the CBD. Do... Read more
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Gisborne Herald
UnattractiveGisborne District Council has decided not to proceed with a free parking trial
Unattractive
Gisborne Herald / Posted yesterday
Gisborne District Council has decided not to proceed with a free parking trial in September, from 3-5pm, after the 8.30-10.30am trial in August. The cost of the extended trial was estimated at $11,000; the aim was to boost shopping in the CBD. Do... Read more
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Gisborne Herald
Minister wants to standardise but this region’s land fits no mouldMinister for the Environment Nick Smith was in Gisborne today for a discussion
Minister wants to standardise but this region’s land fits no mould
Gisborne Herald / Posted yesterday
Minister for the Environment Nick Smith was in Gisborne today for a discussion with the District Council and members of the Chamber of Commerce about the National Environmental Standards (NES) for Plantation Forestry. Unfortunately the invitation... Read more
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Gisborne Herald
Long-term plan for a healthier populationDISTRICT health board chairman David Scott has high hopes and aspirations for t
Long-term plan for a healthier population
Gisborne Herald / Posted yesterday
DISTRICT health board chairman David Scott has high hopes and aspirations for the new-look Hauora Tairawhiti. The new beginning marks an era where the focus of health care in the district will move from the bricks and mortar of hospitals into the... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Fly-tipping incidents rise in Suffolk according to new figuresFly tipping on the side of the road in Finningham Road between Walsham le Willo
Fly-tipping incidents rise in Suffolk according to new figures
Ipswich Star / Posted yesterday
Fly tipping on the side of the road in Finningham Road between Walsham le Willows and Finningham. Flytipping incidents in Ipswich have risen by almost one-third in the past three years... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Construction has started on Porritt Park's new loosTuesday, 1 September 2015, 3:39 pmPress Release: Thames Coromandel District Cou
Construction has started on Porritt Park's new loos
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
Tuesday, 1 September 2015, 3:39 pmPress Release: Thames Coromandel District Council Work is underway in preparation for the new toilet block... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Protesters decry efforts to end super-majority law Mike Ferner, left, and Sue Carter hold a sign at Monroe Sreet and Secor Road
Protesters decry efforts to end super-majority law
The Toledo Blade / Posted yesterday
Mike Ferner, left, and Sue Carter hold a sign at Monroe Sreet and Secor Road protesting a proposal to do away with majority voting to override Toledo Plan Commission recommendations on a new Kroger... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Spiegeltent bringing art to BayFestival director Pitsch Leiser (left) and managing director of Regent Realty L
Spiegeltent bringing art to Bay
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
Festival director Pitsch Leiser (left) and managing director of Regent Realty Ltd, Hastings, Kaine Wilson. Photo / Duncan Brown Hawke's Bay is preparing for a heavy dose of quality culture with the launch of a new arts festival. Havelock North... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Water New Zealand applauds council and iwi for firstTuesday, 1 September 2015, 1:09 pmPress Release: Water New ZealandWater New Zea
Water New Zealand applauds council and iwi for first
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
Tuesday, 1 September 2015, 1:09 pmPress Release: Water New ZealandWater New Zealandis applauding Gisborne District Council and Ngati Porou for... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Street to be closed for three monthsNixon St will close again from Sunday while major roadworks are completed. Nix
Street to be closed for three months
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
Nixon St will close again from Sunday while major roadworks are completed. Nixon St will be closed until December as Whangarei District Council completes a project aiming to improve traffic flow and eliminate accident hotspots. But the council says... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Wild weather, traffic headaches - TrendingFlooding closed Tamaki Drive in Auckland this morning. Photo / ACDEM / Twitter
Wild weather, traffic headaches - Trending
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
Flooding closed Tamaki Drive in Auckland this morning. Photo / ACDEM / Twitter Today's Morning Rush is brought to you by Sophie Ryan. Good morning and welcome to today's edition of Morning Rush. Everything you need to know, including the latest,... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Wild weather lashes North IslandStormy weather lashing the North Island has flooded roads, caused slips and lif
Wild weather lashes North Island
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
Stormy weather lashing the North Island has flooded roads, caused slips and lifted roofs from houses. A large tree collapsed onto the middle of State Highway 27 near Matamata as stormy weather lashed the North Island this morning. Crews were called... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
St Albans community groups receive windfalls from council More than 20 voluntary and community groups that help vulnerable people have
St Albans community groups receive windfalls from council
Herts Advertiser / Posted yesterday
More than 20 voluntary and community groups that help vulnerable people have been given grants of up to £5,000 by the district council. The local authority has issued 22 grants as part of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Council in dog abuse claimThe injuries received by 9-year-old Bulldog Albert. The Hastings District Coun
Council in dog abuse claim
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
The injuries received by 9-year-old Bulldog Albert. The Hastings District Council is conducting its own independent investigation after a dog was allegedly beaten on Sunday afternoon by an animal control officer. Quintin Butcher called in briefly... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
New four-storey hotel could bring £4 million into St Albans economy every year, developer claimsA new four-storey hotel which looks set to be built on Green Belt land could br
New four-storey hotel could bring £4 million into St Albans economy every year, developer claims
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted yesterday
A new four-storey hotel which looks set to be built on Green Belt land could bring £4 million into the St Albans economy and create 100 jobs, a developer has claimed. Revised proposals for a 150-bed hotel near the Noke roundabout were accepted by St... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Joy after lost bag is returnedA YOUNG woman from Jerusalem who lost her bag and its precious contents while v
Joy after lost bag is returned
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
A YOUNG woman from Jerusalem who lost her bag and its precious contents while visiting the Lake District has praised the two men who returned it safely to her. Sara Frohwein, 24, said she cried herself to sleep after realising she had mislaid a... Read more
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Spalding Today
Protecting our Fen towns and villagesHAYES IN THE HOUSE: By MP John Hayes The great challenge of reconciling tradit
Protecting our Fen towns and villages
Spalding Today / Posted yesterday
HAYES IN THE HOUSE: By MP John Hayes The great challenge of reconciling tradition with aspirations is ever evident. How we ensure that people can realise their ambitions without unhappy consequences for the things we hold dear obliges careful... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Contractors sorry after resort is left awash with litterFelixstowe seafront. Changes are being made to rubbish collection services in
Contractors sorry after resort is left awash with litter
Ipswich Star / Posted yesterday
Felixstowe seafront. Changes are being made to rubbish collection services in Felixstowe after seafront bins were left unemptied and overflowing. To send a link to this page to a friend, you... Read more
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