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The Star
Competing against the machinePlc, launched its Intelligent Tourism Cloud Marketing Platform (ITCMP) which le
Competing against the machine
The Star / Posted yesterday
Plc, launched its Intelligent Tourism Cloud Marketing Platform (ITCMP) which lets tourists select attractions, restaurants, accommodation, transportation, shopping and entertainment from one integrated platform. Payments are via an online travel... Read more
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News.com.au
The stories you need to know todayRegards,An arachnophobic family 6:40am: Time has run out for deputy mayor Sal
The stories you need to know today
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
Regards,An arachnophobic family 6:40am: Time has run out for deputy mayor Salim Mehajer’s embattled western Sydney council, which is facing the sack. Auburn City Council was last month given 14 days to explain why it should not be... Read more
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The Zimbabwe Standard
The cost of Mugabe’s Airport suburb house demolitionsI have been sleeping outside in the rubble and remains of my house, or in my ca
The cost of Mugabe’s Airport suburb house demolitions
The Zimbabwe Standard / Posted 4 days ago
I have been sleeping outside in the rubble and remains of my house, or in my car because we have no alternative accommodation. “My daughters are both currently suffering from severe flu and my other daughter has developed bronchitis,”... Read more
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SUR in English
Users of Ser Humano say their problems are worse now the town hall has taken over the service. Surinenglish.comcanteen for about 300 needy families ceased its work on 1 January because it no
Users of Ser Humano say their problems are worse now the town hall has taken over the service. Surinenglish.com
SUR in English / Posted 4 days ago
canteen for about 300 needy families ceased its work on 1 January because it no longer felt it had enough support from the council. Since early December, when the the management board made the decision not to continue, the local authority has... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Topic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)Largs at Taperoo in Adelaide's north-west have been nominated for heritage list
Topic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
Largs at Taperoo in Adelaide's north-west have been nominated for heritage listing. The National Trust says the Heritage Council will consider whether the World War II barracks and drill hall deserve protection. The National Trust is critical of... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
One in four care homes failing to meet standards - but are inspections too tough?inspections of care homes have led to high numbers in the region being labelled
One in four care homes failing to meet standards - but are inspections too tough?
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 7 days ago
inspections of care homes have led to high numbers in the region being labelled as inadequate. But are many of our elderly enduring unacceptable standards? Investigations editor David Powles reports. Dorrington House, Dereham. Pictured are... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Cost of Mugabe's Airport Suburb House DemolitionsI have been sleeping outside in the rubble and remains of my house, or in my ca
The Cost of Mugabe's Airport Suburb House Demolitions
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
I have been sleeping outside in the rubble and remains of my house, or in my car because we have no alternative accommodation. "My daughters are both currently suffering from severe flu and my other daughter has developed bronchitis,"... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
One in four care homes failing to meet standards - but are inspections too tough?inspections of care homes have led to high numbers in the region being labelled
One in four care homes failing to meet standards - but are inspections too tough?
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 7 days ago
inspections of care homes have led to high numbers in the region being labelled as inadequate. But are many of our elderly enduring unacceptable standards? Investigations editor David Powles reports. Dorrington House, Dereham. Pictured are... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issueis only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts belie
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issue
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 days ago
is only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts believe that, every year, about 6 per cent of elderly Australians are abused by someone they trust and, in some cases, the figure is as high as 20 per cent. Elder abuse... Read more
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The Young Witness
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issueis only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts belie
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issue
The Young Witness / Posted 10 days ago
is only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts believe that, every year, about 6 per cent of elderly Australians are abused by someone they trust and, in some cases, the figure is as high as 20 per cent. Elder abuse... Read more
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Western Advocate
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issueis only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts belie
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issue
Western Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
is only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts believe that, every year, about 6 per cent of elderly Australians are abused by someone they trust and, in some cases, the figure is as high as 20 per cent. Elder abuse... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issueis only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts belie
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issue
Kiama Independent / Posted 10 days ago
is only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts believe that, every year, about 6 per cent of elderly Australians are abused by someone they trust and, in some cases, the figure is as high as 20 per cent. Elder abuse... Read more
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Manning River Times
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issueis only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts belie
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issue
Manning River Times / Posted 10 days ago
is only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts believe that, every year, about 6 per cent of elderly Australians are abused by someone they trust and, in some cases, the figure is as high as 20 per cent. Elder abuse... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issueis only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts belie
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issue
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 10 days ago
is only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts believe that, every year, about 6 per cent of elderly Australians are abused by someone they trust and, in some cases, the figure is as high as 20 per cent. Elder abuse... Read more
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The North West Star
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issueis only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts belie
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issue
The North West Star / Posted 10 days ago
is only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts believe that, every year, about 6 per cent of elderly Australians are abused by someone they trust and, in some cases, the figure is as high as 20 per cent. Elder abuse... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issueis only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts belie
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issue
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 days ago
is only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts believe that, every year, about 6 per cent of elderly Australians are abused by someone they trust and, in some cases, the figure is as high as 20 per cent. Elder abuse... Read more
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The Border Mail
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issueis only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts belie
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issue
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
is only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts believe that, every year, about 6 per cent of elderly Australians are abused by someone they trust and, in some cases, the figure is as high as 20 per cent. Elder abuse... Read more
10 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issueis only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts belie
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issue
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
is only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts believe that, every year, about 6 per cent of elderly Australians are abused by someone they trust and, in some cases, the figure is as high as 20 per cent. Elder abuse... Read more
10 related stories
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The Courier
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issueis only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts belie
Spotlight swings on elder abuse as inquiry and Royal Commission examine issue
The Courier / Posted 10 days ago
is only patchy national data on the incidence of elder abuse, but experts believe that, every year, about 6 per cent of elderly Australians are abused by someone they trust and, in some cases, the figure is as high as 20 per cent. Elder abuse... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Elderly Woodley couple hit with £2,800 council billDennis (85) and Betty (84) Bryant were slapped with the bill after moving from
Elderly Woodley couple hit with £2,800 council bill
Reading Evening Post / Posted 10 days ago
Dennis (85) and Betty (84) Bryant were slapped with the bill after moving from their damp council bungalow in Wheble Drive to wardened accommodation in the same road. At the time of the move Mrs Bryant was at Royal Berkshire Hospital for a hip... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Liverpool council refuses plans for bedsit conversion over sex workers fearcouncillors turned down plans to turn a house into bedsits after being told it
Liverpool council refuses plans for bedsit conversion over sex workers fear
Liverpool Echo / Posted 12 days ago
councillors turned down plans to turn a house into bedsits after being told it would add to the problem of sex workers. But at the planning meeting in Liverpool town hall today Liberal councillor for Tuebrook and Stoneycroft, Steve Radford, said:... Read more
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The Comet
‘We don’t want traveller camp in our back yard’ – Concerns raised over plans for Green Belt site near Stevenage hospitalbe built on former Green Belt land near the town’s Lister Hospital. Plans for
‘We don’t want traveller camp in our back yard’ – Concerns raised over plans for Green Belt site near Stevenage hospital
The Comet / Posted 16 days ago
be built on former Green Belt land near the town’s Lister Hospital. Plans for the site are outlined in Stevenage Borough Council’s draft Local Plan, which went out for consultation last week. On page 123 of the document there are details of the... Read more
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Japan Today
Abe vows to lead G-7 summit; seeks 'equal pay for equal work' ‹ Japan Todayin which all citizens are dynamically engaged,” a key policy project for Abe as
Abe vows to lead G-7 summit; seeks 'equal pay for equal work' ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 17 days ago
in which all citizens are dynamically engaged,” a key policy project for Abe as he leads his ruling coalition to a House of Councillors election slated for summer. An aide to the prime minister said it is significant that Abe will urge businesses... Read more
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Louth Leader
We won’t slash home care says council bossLincolnshire County Council leader Martin Hill has dismissed fears home care se
We won’t slash home care says council boss
Louth Leader / Posted 19 days ago
Lincolnshire County Council leader Martin Hill has dismissed fears home care services could be slashed as the authority looks to make savings of £170million in the next four years. Coningsby-based Colin Mair - the leader of UKIP at County Hall -... Read more
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Horncastle Today
We won’t slash home care says council bossLincolnshire County Council leader Martin Hill has dismissed fears home care se
We won’t slash home care says council boss
Horncastle Today / Posted 19 days ago
Lincolnshire County Council leader Martin Hill has dismissed fears home care services could be slashed as the authority looks to make savings of £170million in the next four years. Coningsby-based Colin Mair - the leader of UKIP at County Hall -... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Caversham Heights campaigners question Albert Road plansThey posed 10 questions about the plans by A2Dominion to redevelop the council-
Caversham Heights campaigners question Albert Road plans
Reading Evening Post / Posted 19 days ago
They posed 10 questions about the plans by A2Dominion to redevelop the council-owned site - which includes the former Arthur Clarke Home. Will Watson asked how the scale of the proposed four-storey block of extra care flats for elderly people would... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Empty Chambertasks at hand. . . . They thrust hard at one another in debate over serious mat
The Empty Chamber
The New Yorker / Posted 22 days ago
tasks at hand. . . . They thrust hard at one another in debate over serious matters,” but, he writes, “understanding and accommodation in the ordinary course of the Senate day was essential to sanity.” Johnson, the most powerful Majority Leader... 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 23 days ago
A summary of planning applications submitted to Epping Forest District Council in the week up to January 8 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 Courier
Australian researchers make the link between squalor and brain damageto the point of going, but once they are actually there, they do really well,"
Australian researchers make the link between squalor and brain damage
The Courier / Posted 23 days ago
to the point of going, but once they are actually there, they do really well," Professor Macfarlane said. In 2014 an elderly man was found unconscious in his home, following a fall. He had spent three days lying in animal and human faeces,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Australian researchers make the link between squalor and brain damageto the point of going, but once they are actually there, they do really well,"
Australian researchers make the link between squalor and brain damage
The Border Mail / Posted 23 days ago
to the point of going, but once they are actually there, they do really well," Professor Macfarlane said. In 2014 an elderly man was found unconscious in his home, following a fall. He had spent three days lying in animal and human faeces,... Read more
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The Age
Australian researchers make the link between squalor and brain damagerubbish-filled plastic bags. Orange cigarette butts littered the ground like co
Australian researchers make the link between squalor and brain damage
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
rubbish-filled plastic bags. Orange cigarette butts littered the ground like confetti. Rubbish piled up in the house of an elderly woman in the Caulfield area. Her family had no idea of the conditions. Photo: Supplied There were hundreds of Meals... Read more
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The Courier
Australian researchers make the link between squalor and brain damageto the point of going, but once they are actually there, they do really well,"
Australian researchers make the link between squalor and brain damage
The Courier / Posted 23 days ago
to the point of going, but once they are actually there, they do really well," Professor Macfarlane said. In 2014 an elderly man was found unconscious in his home, following a fall. He had spent three days lying in animal and human faeces,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Australian researchers make the link between squalor and brain damageto the point of going, but once they are actually there, they do really well,"
Australian researchers make the link between squalor and brain damage
The Border Mail / Posted 23 days ago
to the point of going, but once they are actually there, they do really well," Professor Macfarlane said. In 2014 an elderly man was found unconscious in his home, following a fall. He had spent three days lying in animal and human faeces,... Read more
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24d
Times of Malta
Breaking the barriersproject is part of government’s programme towards a fair society where active a
Breaking the barriers
Times of Malta / Posted 24 days ago
project is part of government’s programme towards a fair society where active ageing blends well with care for the elderly. Parallel with the ongoing upgrading and refurbishing projects at the St Vincent de Paule long-term care centre and... Read more
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Luton Today
Pubs face demolition to make way for council housingTwo Luton pubs are set to be demolished to create the space for new housing, th
Pubs face demolition to make way for council housing
Luton Today / Posted 24 days ago
Two Luton pubs are set to be demolished to create the space for new housing, the Herald & Post can reveal. Luton Borough Council purchased The Parrot, Farley Hill, and The Roman Way, Lewsey Farm, for a combined price of £850,000 after both pubs... Read more
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Gazette News
Angry patients have worst fears confirmed after surgery is "closed by stealth"nearly two years it has now been confirmed at last that the surgery will not re
Angry patients have worst fears confirmed after surgery is "closed by stealth"
Gazette News / Posted 24 days ago
nearly two years it has now been confirmed at last that the surgery will not re-open. Great Clacton resident and former councillor Peter Halliday campaigned against the closure while on Tendring Council. He said: “We were all worried about this... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
Mother and daughter unable to sleep because of noise and light pollution from Harpenden care home A woman and her elderly mother are suffering sleepless nights for the second
Mother and daughter unable to sleep because of noise and light pollution from Harpenden care home
Herts Advertiser / Posted 26 days ago
A woman and her elderly mother are suffering sleepless nights for the second year in succession after a three storey care home increased its light and... Read more
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The Christian Post
207 Congress Members Defend Little Sisters of the Poor in Brief to Supreme Courtemployees that provide abortion-inducing drugs As the Little Sisters of the Po
207 Congress Members Defend Little Sisters of the Poor in Brief to Supreme Court
The Christian Post / Posted 26 days ago
employees that provide abortion-inducing drugs As the Little Sisters of the Poor, an order of Catholic nuns who serve the elderly, have been entrenched at the forefront of this legal battle to gain religious exemption from the mandate, the 10th... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
USCCB files amicus brief on behalf of Little Sisters of the Poorsocial service agencies are not exempt, but the federal Department of Health an
USCCB files amicus brief on behalf of Little Sisters of the Poor
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 26 days ago
social service agencies are not exempt, but the federal Department of Health and Human Services created what it calls an "accommodation" under which such organizations morally opposed to the coverage may file a particular form or notify HHS that... Read more
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The Irish Times
Emigrants won’t return to Ireland if they feel they don’t belongwhich since 2004 allows the State to decide who has the right to reside here. E
Emigrants won’t return to Ireland if they feel they don’t belong
The Irish Times / Posted 26 days ago
which since 2004 allows the State to decide who has the right to reside here. Emigrants who return home to look after an elderly or sick relative can find this legislation particularly punitive, but this is one group that should have an automatic... Read more
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Canberra Times
Bushfire-prone site in Chapman removed from Land Release ProgramChapman. The block has been taken off the land release program. Photo: Graham T
Bushfire-prone site in Chapman removed from Land Release Program
Canberra Times / Posted 29 days ago
Chapman. The block has been taken off the land release program. Photo: Graham Tidy A block of land proposed for aged care accommodation has been removed from the Indicative Land Release Program adding to the shortage of accommodation for... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Elderly residents "living in hell" as rats run through flats and across bedsThis shocking footage shows elderly residents who claim their homes are infeste
Elderly residents "living in hell" as rats run through flats and across beds
Daily Mirror / Posted a month ago
This shocking footage shows elderly residents who claim their homes are infested with rats, mice and cockroaches. One woman, whose 88-year-old father lives in the housing block says rats are running through his flat and leave droppings all over his... Read more
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Canberra Times
Needs of dog owners and beach-goers a 'balancing act' over summerdream beach is a dog-playground; for another it's an animal-free zone. Balanci
Needs of dog owners and beach-goers a 'balancing act' over summer
Canberra Times / Posted a month ago
dream beach is a dog-playground; for another it's an animal-free zone. Balancing the two is an art the south coast council has had to master, with many families refusing to leave furry members of the family at home this summer. "Of course,... Read more
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Ilford Recorder
Plan worth millions aimed at keeping Redbridge elderly independent Hyleford temporary accomodation hostel. Picture: Steve Poston A multi-millio
Plan worth millions aimed at keeping Redbridge elderly independent
Ilford Recorder / Posted a month ago
Hyleford temporary accomodation hostel. Picture: Steve Poston A multi-million pound plan to build a 60-bed independent living affordable housing scheme on a former school site will... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Care homes receive ‘good’ ratingwith ‘good’ ratings although both require improvement to safety aspects. Lapst
Care homes receive ‘good’ rating
Whitehaven News / Posted 1 months ago
with ‘good’ ratings although both require improvement to safety aspects. Lapstone House, Millom, is Cumbria County Council-run and provides accommodation and personal care for up to 25 elderly people; 19 were in residence at the time of the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Dar in Humanitarian Crisis Over Demolitionof victims of the ongoing demolition who have been rendered homeless after the
Dar in Humanitarian Crisis Over Demolition
AllAfrica.com / Posted 1 months ago
of victims of the ongoing demolition who have been rendered homeless after the government, through the Kinondoni Municipal Council, the National Environment Management Council (Nemc) and the ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements... Read more

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