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Scoop.co.nz
David Hay supports Phil Goff for mayorbecause of one or two poll results. They must get out and vote, to make sure Ph
David Hay supports Phil Goff for mayor
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 14 hours ago
because of one or two poll results. They must get out and vote, to make sure Phil gets elected.""I would be happy to be a councillor for the Howick Ward, and to support Phil Goff in his role as Mayor of Auckland." said Mr Hay.AUDIO OF... Read more
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heraldscotland
Commonwealth Games health legacy care home project is behind schedule by two yearsin Dalmarnock, allowing the older generation to share in the city’s sporting su
Commonwealth Games health legacy care home project is behind schedule by two years
heraldscotland / Posted 4 days ago
in Dalmarnock, allowing the older generation to share in the city’s sporting success. But while all of the athletes’ accommodation has since been sold by a consortium of private builders or distributed to social tenants, the elderly of the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
After Deadly Herdsmen Attack, 'Forgotten' Benue Widows Rebuild Their Lives, HomesSandwiched between hills and a large expanse of lush-green vegetation, Moon Cou
After Deadly Herdsmen Attack, 'Forgotten' Benue Widows Rebuild Their Lives, Homes
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
Sandwiched between hills and a large expanse of lush-green vegetation, Moon Council Ward cuts a picture of a masterclass painting. It is the largest of 15 wards in Kwande, a local government area in Benue State, North-central Nigeria, on the border... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Art brings history to Chesil Streeton Chesil Street. They adorn fencing around the extra-care housing development
Art brings history to Chesil Street
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
on Chesil Street. They adorn fencing around the extra-care housing development on the former car park. The £4,000 city council project called ‘We found it in Chesil’ was led by artist Laurence Dube-Rushby and involved local residents and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Darkness no friend for the old as seniors set election demandsCanberra's unnecessarily dark streets discouraged senior citizens from walking
Darkness no friend for the old as seniors set election demands
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
Canberra's unnecessarily dark streets discouraged senior citizens from walking or driving at night. Photo: Elesa Kurtz Council on the Ageing ACT executive director Jenny Mobbs said providing enough affordable accommodation and convenient... Read more
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DW
Bautzen returns to calm, for now |unusual. But he'd never before seen violent assaults. Meneske, Sabrina and Arm
Bautzen returns to calm, for now |
DW / Posted 9 days ago
unusual. But he'd never before seen violent assaults. Meneske, Sabrina and Armin on Bautzen's Kornmarkt square Four elderly ladies sitting on a nearby bench agree. They often come to the square in the afternoons to watch the hustle and... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Positive response to housing plans for Lower Brook Streeton Thursday September 8 to unveil its plans to redevelop the land between Lower
Positive response to housing plans for Lower Brook Street
Ipswich Star / Posted 10 days ago
on Thursday September 8 to unveil its plans to redevelop the land between Lower Brook Street and Turret Lane, Ipswich with accommodation for the elderly. More than 2,000 surrounding households, local businesses and stakeholders were invited to... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Customers lose out from parking changes in Tauranga CBDshop Bronco's Outdoor were being taken over by the same cars. ''People are lazy
Customers lose out from parking changes in Tauranga CBD
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 days ago
shop Bronco's Outdoor were being taken over by the same cars. ''People are lazy by nature.'' Mr Tuck said it was up to the council to find places for the public to park because building developers put enough skin in the game and should only have to... Read more
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Express and Star
94 new homes set to get green light in West Bromwich « Express & StarProposals for 36 bungalows and 58 flats have been put forward for Oxford Road.
94 new homes set to get green light in West Bromwich « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 13 days ago
Proposals for 36 bungalows and 58 flats have been put forward for Oxford Road. Council planners have urged Sandwell Council's planning committee to give the scheme the green light. In a report they said it will 'free up larger houses for family... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Nursing home hit with abuse allegations 'set to close'entirely. Residents requiring nursing services are already in the process of l
Nursing home hit with abuse allegations 'set to close'
Manchester Evening News / Posted 17 days ago
entirely. Residents requiring nursing services are already in the process of leaving - or have already found alternative accommodation. The council will rehome anyone under its contract and any private residents will also be assisted. It is... Read more
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Gazette News
Planners back student flats bid...againPLANNING officers have again recommended students accommodation should be allow
Planners back student flats bid...again
Gazette News / Posted 18 days ago
PLANNING officers have again recommended students accommodation should be allowed to be built at a former bus depot, despite opposition from councillors. Victoria Hall Management submitted a proposal to demolish the former bus depot on Magdalen... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
'I fear for my daughter's health' - mum's worries as disabled daughter placed in county council homesaid she fears for her severely disabled daughter’s mental health after she was
'I fear for my daughter's health' - mum's worries as disabled daughter placed in county council home
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
said she fears for her severely disabled daughter’s mental health after she was placed in supported care with only ill elderly residents as company. The family of cerebral palsy and epilepsy sufferer, Sam St Pierre, said the 36-year-old has... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Young ‘conservationists’ hunt for mini beasts at Rainham Marshestaxpayers of removing rubbish dumped at a notorious fly-tip hot spot has reache
Young ‘conservationists’ hunt for mini beasts at Rainham Marshes
Romford Recorder / Posted 24 days ago
taxpayers of removing rubbish dumped at a notorious fly-tip hot spot has reached an estimated £30,000 within a few weeks. Elderly residents of a sheltered accommodation unit have succeeded in forcing the council to make a u-turn on plans to... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Havering Council redevelopment plans uturn on older people’s accommodation unit 14:00 01 September 2016 Residents of an older people's sheltered accommodati
Havering Council redevelopment plans uturn on older people’s accommodation unit
Romford Recorder / Posted 24 days ago
14:00 01 September 2016 Residents of an older people's sheltered accommodation unit were told in July their home faced closure. Elderly residents of a sheltered... Read more
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Manning River Times
Station cutbacksreaction to the Government’s plans to cut staff from regional train stations, t
Station cutbacks
Manning River Times / Posted 25 days ago
reaction to the Government’s plans to cut staff from regional train stations, the petitioners requested the Legislative Council stop the proposed job cuts at Wauchope Trainlink Station to allow the current levels of customer service to be... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Cash boost for Avenue School homes planwho need extra care will be built with a spa and restaurant on the former site
Cash boost for Avenue School homes plan
Reading Evening Post / Posted 29 days ago
who need extra care will be built with a spa and restaurant on the former site of The Avenue School. Reading Borough Council has gained funding of £3.1 million to build a development with 27 one-bedroom and 13 two-bedroom flats for rent in... Read more
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chroniclelive
Bomb squad in South Shields RECAP: Homes evacuated in Lake Avenue after suspicious item foundconstant review. Extra officers will remain in the area to reassure any concern
Bomb squad in South Shields RECAP: Homes evacuated in Lake Avenue after suspicious item found
chroniclelive / Posted 30 days ago
constant review. Extra officers will remain in the area to reassure any concerned residents in the area.South Tyneside Council are also supporting residents and have set up a rest centre at the Waterline Suite in Temple Park where food and... Read more
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