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Scoop.co.nz
The Lessons of Brexiof Auckland and move somewhere else.You have people in Tauranga living in cars,
The Lessons of Brexi
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 9 hours ago
of Auckland and move somewhere else.You have people in Tauranga living in cars, tents and garages and shared substandard accommodation.Rents are going through the roof.Headlines in recent Bay of Plenty Times read: Tauranga’s homeless problem at... Read more
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Times of Malta
A Babel in St Julian’sthey insist. They vehemently point out that if Malta wants to become a high-end
A Babel in St Julian’s
Times of Malta / Posted 2 days ago
they insist. They vehemently point out that if Malta wants to become a high-end destination, it must provide top quality accommodation and facilities. They are strongly militating that Malta should become a miniature of Singapore and Dubai. The... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Town’s warm welcome for Syrian refugees shows divided Britain can healYou couldn’t describe the market town as the most diverse place in the UK. But
Town’s warm welcome for Syrian refugees shows divided Britain can heal
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
You couldn’t describe the market town as the most diverse place in the UK. But a few days ago, inside a block of council flats, I found Nisrine Hussein and her husband Tamer Zaarour serving up piles of home-made tabouli salad served with thick Syrian... Read more
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Weston Mercury
‘Trauma’ for elderly More than one in 10 vulnerable elderly people in Weston is being put through
‘Trauma’ for elderly
Weston Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
More than one in 10 vulnerable elderly people in Weston is being put through ‘trauma’ after being forced to uproot their lives due to sudden care home closures. The Willows in Sand Bay, Uphill Grange in Uphill Road South and... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Committee promises Shiel Hill decision soonon a contentious 25-apartment retirement complex planned for the Shiel Hill Tav
Committee promises Shiel Hill decision soon
Otago Daily Times / Posted 5 days ago
on a contentious 25-apartment retirement complex planned for the Shiel Hill Tavern is only weeks away. The Dunedin City Council's hearings committee yesterday reconvened the hearing into the proposal. Developers provided further information and... Read more
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Daily Mail
SAS corner hundreds of jihadi fighters in 'kill boxes'their country. But there would be risks to families they are holding hostage.
SAS corner hundreds of jihadi fighters in 'kill boxes'
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
their country. But there would be risks to families they are holding hostage. ‘If our hands were not tied by UN Security Council sanctions against training and equipping these former militias we would be confident of a speedy victory in the sort... Read more
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Daily Mail
Timid gardener dogged by years of mental turmoilIn 1987, it moved to the UK 'following the fall of civilized rule in South Afri
Timid gardener dogged by years of mental turmoil
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
In 1987, it moved to the UK 'following the fall of civilized rule in South Africa'. Neighbours said Mair's semi-detached council house had been his home since childhood, and that he had lived there alone since his grandmother died around 20 years... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Plans for £20m upgrade in Stockport elderly accommodation changed to include new care homePlans for a major upgrade of elderly accommodation have been redrawn to include
Plans for £20m upgrade in Stockport elderly accommodation changed to include new care home
Manchester Evening News / Posted 11 days ago
Plans for a major upgrade of elderly accommodation have been redrawn to include the creation of a new care home - after council bosses realised residents need somewhere to live during building work. But a central area committee meeting heard that it... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
How did one of the most prolific paedophiles in history get away with his crimes? | Robert Boothteaching at international schools, from Saudi Arabia to Indonesia, but he had d
How did one of the most prolific paedophiles in history get away with his crimes? | Robert Booth
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 13 days ago
teaching at international schools, from Saudi Arabia to Indonesia, but he had decided to spend his final moments near his elderly mother and his brother, Chris, who both lived in Luverne. The reservation was a decoy. At 5.20pm, Vahey crossed the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Plan for $10m sports hubSir Graeme hoped would open in mid 2018. Schools could book the facility for we
Plan for $10m sports hub
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Sir Graeme hoped would open in mid 2018. Schools could book the facility for week-long camps and use the proposed lodge for accommodation. It will leverage off the success of the Auckland-based AUT Millennium, which will collaborate with Eastern... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Plan to turn Sports Park into world class facilitySir Graeme hoped would open in mid 2018. Schools could book the facility for we
Plan to turn Sports Park into world class facility
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
Sir Graeme hoped would open in mid 2018. Schools could book the facility for week long camps and use the proposed lodge for accommodation. It will leverage off the success of the Auckland based AUT Millennium, which will collaborate with Eastern... Read more
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Daily Mail
German nudists fear refugee shelter will bring sex assaults on membersregional government has confirmed that it is looking into the concerns of the n
German nudists fear refugee shelter will bring sex assaults on members
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
regional government has confirmed that it is looking into the concerns of the nudists. However, they insist the accommodation, in Mortizburg in the east of the country, will not be used in the summer months, when most nudists attend the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Locked in with a crash helmet on her headElderly people are being targeted for financial abuse — and the perpetrators ar
Locked in with a crash helmet on her head
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
Elderly people are being targeted for financial abuse — and the perpetrators are usually their own children | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Lowfield Road emergency housing plan alarms Caversham neighboursmeans many local residents are not even aware of the plans. “Those that have f
Lowfield Road emergency housing plan alarms Caversham neighbours
Reading Evening Post / Posted 24 days ago
means many local residents are not even aware of the plans. “Those that have fortuitously come across the sign (including elderly who have expressed shock and distress) object to the plans.” The objections are as follows: Reading Borough Council... Read more
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guardian-series
Council picks new chairman after election upsetA new chairman has been elected to Buckhurst Hill Parish Council after one of t
Council picks new chairman after election upset
guardian-series / Posted 25 days ago
A new chairman has been elected to Buckhurst Hill Parish Council after one of the biggest upsets in the May local elections. On May 7, council chairman Aniket Patel lost his Buckhurst Hill West seat by just seven votes out of 7,020, being pushed out... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Go-ahead for development plan North Somerset Council is a step closer to finalising how development should
Go-ahead for development plan
Weston Mercury / Posted 27 days ago
North Somerset Council is a step closer to finalising how development should take place within the district, after its plan to guide development within the area was given the green light by a Government inspector. To... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Salvation Army releases large long-held property in Dee WhyMosedale, of Raine and Horne Dee Why, said the landmark site was only 1.3km fro
Salvation Army releases large long-held property in Dee Why
Daily Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
Mosedale, of Raine and Horne Dee Why, said the landmark site was only 1.3km from the beach and already has council approval for four-levels of units, with more development possible, subject to council approval. “You could make the... Read more

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