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Uniting Church teams up with developer for contro...
The Uniting Church has entered into what critics say is an unholy alliance with Leighton Properties, which will see the developer handed prime Lonsdale Street land that was gifted to the church by...
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The Border Mail
Melbourne City Council
Iconic church in New London getting a new owner
Publication: The Day The First Congregational Church in New London was built in 1850 and designed by architect Leopold Eidlitz. First Congregational in New London to be sold by one parish to...
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'NCIS: New Orleans': It's all in the family
With the addition of "New Orleans," the "NCIS" family's bigger than ever (look for the relocated "Los Angeles" edition at 10 p.m. Mondays starting next week), but the formula remains solid: A...
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Local Authors Signed to Publish Inspiration Photo...
Local Authors Signed to Publish Inspiration Photography Book with Major Publisher Still Above Ground is a pictorial look at one of New Orleans fascinating tourist attractions, highlighting some of...
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Secret spots: 20 amazing travel destinations you'...
Want to get off the beaten-track? Here are 20 places you've probably never visited - or even heard of. Every minute of every day of every week a Traveller writer is likely to be somewhere in the...
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Manning River Times
Alt-J: This Is All Yours
Judging from Alt-J's 2012 debut An Awesome Wave, here are the minimum requirements to earn the "next Radiohead" tag: be a British band that likes guitars and computers. And yet, with few other groups...
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Parents working to transform campus of St. Paul C...
St. Paul Central High School is the oldest high school in Minnesota. Its fourth incarnation, completed in 1912 at the corner of Lexington and Marshall in the Collegiate
style, featured a...
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Brownlow fashion: Gabi Grecko hits back at critic...
GABI Grecko has responded to an online tirade of criticism regarding her controversial gown at the Brownlow last night. The girlfriend of Geoffrey Edelsten took to social media to defend her...
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Jean Paul Gaultier
New York City
Brownlow Medal 2014: Red carpet fashion, frocks a...
Brownlow Medal 2014: Red carpet fashion, frocks and shocks Check out the best dressed from this year's Brownlow Medal red carpet. Rebecca Judd, Kylie Brown and Erin Maxwell tells us their thoughts...
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'The Boxtrolls': early reviews are in: the Brits ...
... Boxtrolls," the latest from Portland/Hillsboro's own Laika, opens Sept. 26. I'll have a full review up that morning and a Q&A with directors Anthony Stacchi and Graham Annable on Sept. 25. The...
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The Mother Question
The first child whose life I tried to make a difference in was Maricela. She was twelve years old and in the sixth grade at a middle school in the San Gabriel Valley, about a half hour’s drive from my...
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Big Brothers Big Sisters
Drake vs. Mac DeMarco? An Inside Look at How the ...
The Polaris Prize will be announced this evening, with our sister to the north's top album being named after what is, apparently, a unique system for determining the winner. Below, Billboard...
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Bloodborne Has Made It Hard for Me to Care About ...
Crown of the Ivory King is definitely more Dark Souls -- but From Software has already moved on. At a pre-Tokyo Game Show event at Bandai Namco, I played some of Dark Souls II’s upcoming expansion,...
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Anselm Kiefer at the Royal Academy review – ‘an e...
Anselm Kiefer was born in Germany in 1945. A new life can rarely have started in a less promising place and time. To enter the world as the Third Reich fell was to be a baby surrounded by human...
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Buildings open to the public
A number of buildings normally closed to the general public threw open their doors over the weekend in Redbridge, showcasing a selection of innovative design and architecture. The buildings, which...
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The European Western: popular culture for the lat...
The Western is one of those film genres that owes its survival largely to the enthusiasm of hardcore cinephiles. Since they stopped making regular appearances on cinema marquees sometime in the 1970s,...
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It’s not often that a physicist, a varsity athlete, a senior in the throes of thesis writing and an electrical engineer gather to debate vociferously. These voices—echoing from tucked-away nooks and...
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The Coming Virtual Lifestyle Revolution
Uplinq, Qualcomm's big -- and it was big -- developers' conference, took place last week. There were two parts that were particularly interesting. One was its new robotics effort, and the other was...
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Would you try Burger King's all black sandwich?
It might not be not the most appetising colour, but fast food chain Burger King have created something very different with their all black-bunned sandwich As well as the dark bun, the Kuro burger -...
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Kuah Kia Wei
Weekend in . . . Nashville
Weekend in . . . Nashville The country-loving Tennessee capital is expanding its repertoire, writes Christan L wright Country music is alive and well in Nashville; you might even see a young family...
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