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2014/07/24 13:49
2014/07/24 13:49
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Residents and visitors bask in sunshine as temperatures soar across South Lakes It's fun in the sun across Cumbria as the weather soars THERE were sunny scenes across South Lakeland and north...
2014/07/24 13:49
2014/07/24 13:49
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2014/07/24 13:13
2014/07/24 13:13
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Last updated at 14:02, Thursday, 24 July 2014 A JUDGE has given bailiffs the all-clear to swoop on a Barrow skip firm after more than £8,000 in fines went unpaid. John Cooper, the boss of JJC...
2014/07/24 12:07
2014/07/24 12:07
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Woodbridge: Boatyard holiday homes allowed to be sold offImpression of the project approved for Whisstocks boatyard, in Woodbridge. By Paul Weston, architect in collaboration with Charles...
2014/07/24 08:24
2014/07/24 08:24
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Clear Power has applied to the Environment Agency for a permit to operate the plant at the former Brierley Hill Steel Terminal off Moor Street in the town. Following the end of a month-long...
2014/07/24 07:59
2014/07/24 07:59
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Planning begins on city’s flood channel route Allotments off Botley Road in Oxford inundated with flood water COUNCIL officials were taken around Oxford yesterday to look at potential routes for a...
2014/07/23 23:56
2014/07/23 23:56
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SINGAPORE: A total of 35,000 graves dated from 1947 to 1975 will be exhumed by the National Environment Agency (NEA) at Choa Chu Kang Chinese Cemetery in August 2016. The graves fall under Phase 5 of...
2014/07/23 23:51
2014/07/23 23:51
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Britain bakes as heatwave continues but storm clouds are gathering BRITAIN may be basking in soaring temperatures but the nation has been put on storm alert from today. Two friends enjoy the sun at...
2014/07/23 23:46
2014/07/23 23:46
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CONSERVATIONISTS battling to save the Scottish wildcat say a remote area in the north-west Highlands presents the only chance for the species’ survival. The “Highland tiger” is one of the world’s...
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2014/07/23 20:39
2014/07/23 20:39
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After months of tough negotiations, the European Commission recommended Wednesday a new energy savings target of 30 percent so as to combat climate change and ensure self-sufficiency. In January, the...
2014/07/23 18:29
2014/07/23 18:29
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The governor of the West Coast Region (WCR) has renewed her office's commitment to strengthen ties with the National Environment Agency (NEA), through its regional office in Brikama towards...
2014/07/23 17:56
2014/07/23 17:56
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SINGAPORE: There has been an increase in the number of dengue cases in Circuit Road and Circuit Link. A total of 43 cases were detected in the area over the past two weeks, attracting the attention...
2014/07/23 16:53
2014/07/23 16:53
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Avalanches turn rivers to colour of chocolate BROWN WATER: The River Ure at Masham which appears brown because of a recent land slide further up stream. Picture:RICHARD DOUGHTY AVALANCHES caused by...
2014/07/23 10:22
2014/07/23 10:22
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Scores of dead fish found at Westhoughton beauty spot Clive Daubney, with from left, Dorothy Hamer, Grace Bridges, Sandra Alder, Lourdes Rodriguez Hernandez, aged 10 and Mandy Winrow at Eatock...
2014/07/23 10:11
2014/07/23 10:11
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Torridge receives half-a-million-pound funding to fix coastal defencesBucks Mills was left with a huge hole in the slipway after the storms this winter. Council given funding from Environment Agency...
2014/07/23 09:56
2014/07/23 09:56
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SINGAPORE: Fans of horses and thrilling stunts can look forward to a theatrical spectacular from August 12. Cavalia, a multi-media extravaganza that tells the story of the evolving relationship...
2014/07/23 08:55
2014/07/23 08:55
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Traveller site extension proposed for wooded areaNorth Somerset Council needs to build more houses. PROPOSALS to extend a gypsy and traveller camp have been submitted to North Somerset Council’s...
2014/07/23 08:00
2014/07/23 08:00
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The wood will be one of four projects across the UK to remember those who contributed to the war effort and died during the global conflict. Plans for the 53-acre site along the River Faughan, just...
2014/07/23 07:41
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Last updated at 07:50, Wednesday, 23 July 2014 WORK has begun on a £900,000 Stocksfield housing development that has caused controversy in the community. Builders have moved in to tart the six-home...
2014/07/23 07:41
2014/07/23 07:41
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Last updated at 07:55, Wednesday, 23 July 2014 FEARS over flooding and potentially fatal landslips have failed to thwart plans by Northumberland Estates to build up to 80 new houses in...
2014/07/23 07:37
2014/07/23 07:37
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Workmen in Fife were shocked to discover what they say was an insect “two to three inches long” with a 6mm-long sting “the length of a needle.” Asian hornets (Vespa velutina) are predators originally...
2014/07/24 13:49
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