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express
Warminster: Read 1965 report of bizarre public meeting after eerie UFO events shocked townStills taken from a TV report of the 1965 meeting The report was written at th
Warminster: Read 1965 report of bizarre public meeting after eerie UFO events shocked town
express / Posted 15 hours ago
Stills taken from a TV report of the 1965 meeting The report was written at the time by UFO researcher Lionel Beer. Among the audience for the Warminster Journal was one of its reporters Arthur Shuttlecock, who broke the original Warminster "Thing"... Read more
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walesonline
'Grave concerns' over proposed court closures in WalesThe Law Society said it has “grave concerns” about government proposals to clos
'Grave concerns' over proposed court closures in Wales
walesonline / Posted yesterday
The Law Society said it has “grave concerns” about government proposals to close 11 courts in Wales. The UK government is consulting on plans to shut 91 courts and tribunals across England and Wales, and the integration or merger of 31 more. The... Read more
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Gazette
Big season ahead for Dursley RFCA BIG season is looming at Dursley Rugby Club with the new campaign about to ki
Big season ahead for Dursley RFC
Gazette / Posted yesterday
A BIG season is looming at Dursley Rugby Club with the new campaign about to kick-off on Saturday with a home cup clash with Gordon League before taking on Old Cryptians a week later. And with all the club likely to be glued to England’s exploits in... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
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Northern Echo
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'The percentage of radiotherapy patients receiving intensity-modulated radiother
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
Northern Echo / Posted 6 days ago
The percentage of radiotherapy patients receiving intensity-modulated radiotherapy (IMRT) - which targets tumours more closely - varies widely across England, from around 20% in some hospitals to more than 70% in others. Around half of all patients... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
Kingston Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
Oxford Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
Streatham Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
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Bury Times
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
Bury Times / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
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Gazette
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
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guardian-series
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
guardian-series / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
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Harrow Times
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
Harrow Times / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
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Gazette News
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
Gazette News / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
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This is West Country
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
This is West Country / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
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Bolton News
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
Bolton News / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
19 related stories
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Belfast Telegraph
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy' Half of Britons have never heard of newer radiotherapy technologies such as C
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Half of Britons have never heard of newer radiotherapy technologies such as Cyberknife or Gammaknife, research suggests Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy,... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
19 related stories
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Croydon Guardian
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousa
Half of Britons 'unaware of advanced forms of radiotherapy'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
Half of people have never heard of advanced types of radiotherapy, while thousands do not get access to the best treatments, research suggests. A survey of more than 2,000 people found 50% had never heard of newer technologies, including Cyberknife... Read more
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The Courier
CHFL best and fairest live blogKeep up to date with all the live action from the CHFL vote count. FOOTBALL G
CHFL best and fairest live blog
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
Keep up to date with all the live action from the CHFL vote count. FOOTBALL GEOFF TAYLOR MEDAL ROUND 16 HEPBURN v BUNGAREE: Ricky Ferraro (H) 3, Alan Ware (H) 2, Jimmy Rodgers (H) 1 CRESWICK v GORDON: Benjamin Quinlan (G) 3, Joel Antonio (C) 2,... Read more
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thebee
'Thousands' Denied Life-Extending Cancer TestsThousands of cancer patients in England are missing out on targeted drugs becau
'Thousands' Denied Life-Extending Cancer Tests
thebee / Posted 13 days ago
Thousands of cancer patients in England are missing out on targeted drugs because they are not being offered tests to identify genetic faults underpinning the cause of their cancer, according to a charity. In a new report commissioned by Cancer... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Award-winning actor Antony Holland founded Vancouver’s Studio 58At the age of 86, Antony Holland would bring audiences to tears nightly at Vanc
Award-winning actor Antony Holland founded Vancouver’s Studio 58
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 days ago
At the age of 86, Antony Holland would bring audiences to tears nightly at Vancouver’s Arts Club Theatre in the inspirational drama Tuesdays with Morrie, playing an elderly man succumbing to a degenerative disease. Then, on his days off, the restless... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Phil Thompson: Lovren has golden chance to transform his Liverpool FC careerKop legend Phil Thompson is hoping The £20million centre-back was preferred to
Phil Thompson: Lovren has golden chance to transform his Liverpool FC career
Liverpool Echo / Posted 19 days ago
Kop legend Phil Thompson is hoping The £20million centre-back was preferred to Mamadou Sakho for last weekend’s win at Stoke and after a solid display he’s set to retain his place alongside Martin Skrtel for Monday night’s showdown with Bournemouth... Read more
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The Maui News
Lavoie sentenced to life in prison, plus 20 yearsThe consecutive sentencing was ordered for Marlin Lavoie, 35, who had bought a
Lavoie sentenced to life in prison, plus 20 years
The Maui News / Posted 19 days ago
The consecutive sentencing was ordered for Marlin Lavoie, 35, who had bought a rifle years earlier, despite not being allowed to possess firearms as a felon, and took the loaded weapon in his car to the murder scene at the Kawela Barns complex on... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Government should be ashamed of police cutsHOWEVER much the British Government tries to spin things, cuts to essential ser
Government should be ashamed of police cuts
Oxford Mail / Posted 21 days ago
HOWEVER much the British Government tries to spin things, cuts to essential services such as the police force are objectively insane. The true measure of a country’s success is how well it treats its vulnerable people (Nazi Germany remember was an... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Night Must Fall at Nottingham's Theatre RoyalIt doesn't happen every year, but from time to time the Thriller Season people
Night Must Fall at Nottingham's Theatre Royal
Nottingham Post / Posted 22 days ago
It doesn't happen every year, but from time to time the Thriller Season people come up with a play that hits you with its excellence. This week's offering, the second in the season, is Night Must Fall by Emlyn Williams. Written and set in the... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
SAMFA's Family Day for the Dogs, Aug. 8, 2015Jennifer Rios/Standard-Times Garth Courtney walks Chaco onstage Saturday, showc
SAMFA's Family Day for the Dogs, Aug. 8, 2015
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 24 days ago
Jennifer Rios/Standard-Times Garth Courtney walks Chaco onstage Saturday, showcasing the dog to the crowd at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts’ Family Day for the Dogs. Evelynn Neddo, 9, crouches by the stage as she pets Chaco. Jennifer... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
NHS accused of 'shambles' as dying cancer sufferers denied drugsExperts had said the treatments – which teach the body to attack tumours – had
NHS accused of 'shambles' as dying cancer sufferers denied drugs
Daily Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
Experts had said the treatments – which teach the body to attack tumours – had “effectively cured” some cancers, while achieving unprecedented survival boosts among some of the most deadly forms of disease. Some of the most impressive results... Read more
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chad
Thriller season off to a good start It’s August and the “murder mystery month” is back to delight fans old and ne
Thriller season off to a good start
chad / Posted 27 days ago
It’s August and the “murder mystery month” is back to delight fans old and new at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal, writes Tony Spittles. This summer tradition has been delighting audiences for more than 25 years, and... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Out and About in Dubbo | August 32015 DUBBO BRIDAL EXPO: Jodie Caton, Chloe Caton, Jodie Kubski and Jorja Kubski
Out and About in Dubbo | August 3
Daily Liberal / Posted a month ago
2015 DUBBO BRIDAL EXPO: Jodie Caton, Chloe Caton, Jodie Kubski and Jorja Kubski. Photo: KATHRYN O'SULLIVAN 2015 DUBBO BRIDAL EXPO: Emma Cole, Louise Vella, Katrina Taylor, Larelle Coggins and Tara Grady. Photo: KATHRYN O'SULLIVAN 2015 DUBBO BRIDAL... Read more

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