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Elgin: a place you’ll never want to leave
INDEPENDENT MEDIACape Canopy Tour in the Hottentots mountain rage near Elgin. Cape Town - One of the best things about going to Elgin is that a few minutes after you turn off the N2 on to the valley...
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Ralph E. Weuve, 94
Ralph Edward Weuve passed away early Wednesday morning, November 19th, 2014 at the Zearing Health Care Center where he has resided for the past two years. Ralph was born in rural Colo, Iowa to Fred...
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Adventure park Hobbledown gets ready to welcome S...
It’s already starting to feel a lot like Christmas down at a magical adventure park which is set to welcome Santa and enchanting puppets. Twinkling Christmas lights are being tested and workers are...
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Relishing hidden gems in Washington, D.C.
Visitors to our nation’s capital glimpse the Hope Diamond at the Smithsonian, watch primates play at the National Zoo and take selfies in front of the White House. But beyond these must-sees, there...
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The showbiz star from Balingian – BorneoPost Onli...
The cover of Ming’s just released album — ‘Love Is Not Around’. MENTION Malaysian celebrities and the name Ming pops up. Here is a multi-talented entertainer who not only hosts TV shows but also...
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Olive C. Zacharias
Nov. 20, 2014 Olive C. Zacharias, 86, of Weatherly passed away Thursday at Weatherwood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Weatherly. She was the widow of Marvin C. Zacharias, who died Sept. 21,...
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Winifred Benson Williams
Benson Williams (nee Weiser) was born January 23, 1919 in Lenore, Kansas to Carl Charles Weiser and Nora Althea Weiser. The family moved to California when she was 3 years old. Winifred...
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Explore restful, relaxing color palettes for your...
It's the room where you spend the most time. Granted, most of that time is spent sleeping, but at the end of a long, tiring day, you want a pleasant retreat. A soothing bedroom can recharge the body...
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Carolyn Hitt on #WALvNZL: How the 1953 win shaped...
In rugby's roulette wheel the ball has fallen in the black pocket rather than the red for 61 years. And every time New Zealand are in town you can bet your bottom dollar that the build-up will spin...
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A rich new harvest of children’s books
Some of my fondest recollections of childhood involve books. Our parents took the time to read them to us. Those experiences instilled a lifelong love of reading. Here are some recent books that might...
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Literary prescriptions for living a lie: The Nove...
CURE: We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler Unorthodox upbringings are sometimes unavoidable. But some parents choose to subject their children to unusual circumstances in the...
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Lorde's label toasts big night with $80k bar tab ...
Universal’s after-party a chance to celebrate the success of its teenage star. Lorde wins International Achievement Award during the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards. Photo / Dean Purcell. It was...
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10th Avenue in Broomfield closed today to repair ...
A stretch of 10th Avenue will be closed today through Saturday afternoon for repairs. The road will be closed between Depot Hill Road/Burbank Street to
Street to repair damage caused by a water...
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Collège Boréal supports special needs
The Timmins Times Collège Boréal in Timmins is helping more people get their education by stepping up to find special funding to help a student with physical challenges. The collège is providing...
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A decade of graduations: 2009 - 2012
... MacKillop College, Claudia Forbes, Kate Mackay, Christine Anderson and Nikki Trudgett. 2009: Mark & Kathleen Gallagher with MacKillop College, Dux of the college Samantha Gallagher...
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Keen to engage with staff, farmers
Farms' new chief executive Dean Hamilton in the company's headquarters in Dunedin. Photo by Linda Robertson. When Keith Cooper's surprise resignation as chief executive of Silver
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More dogs rescued from Akron dog fighting ring
More pit bulls have been rescued from a violent dog fighting ring. On Wednesday November 19, acting on a tip from Akron Police, Sr. Humane Officer Tim Harland and Humane Officer Shannon O'Herron,...
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Just what does it mean to wear the famous @AllBla...
New Zealand has a population of just 4.471 million people. but it is the most successful rugby union nation on Planet Earth. They are the current World Cup and Rugby Championship holders and are...
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The Torrington Telegram Nora Jane Van Mark Pitman
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. ��On Nov. 15, 2014, Nora went to be with her beloved husband, Harold, and her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, in eternity.� She was born on Nov. 9, 1931 in Torrington to Willie...
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Frank Borg calls it a day
POPULAR Kiama Leagues Club figure Frank Borg has retired a month short of 20 years and was farewelled at a function at the club on Monday. Retiring Kiama Leagues Club doorman Frank Borg. Picture:...
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