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Daily Mirror
Six reasons why David Cameron faces a stormy winterThese are the best of times for the Tories. Not only are they still savouring t
Six reasons why David Cameron faces a stormy winter
Daily Mirror / Posted 16 hours ago
These are the best of times for the Tories. Not only are they still savouring the taste of their surprise election victory but they have been able to spend the summer watching from sun loungers while Labour tears itself apart. Many are now licking... Read more
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The Register
Want your kids to learn coding? Train the darn teachers firstA number of schools have failed to train their teachers in the government's fla
Want your kids to learn coding? Train the darn teachers first
The Register / Posted 18 hours ago
A number of schools have failed to train their teachers in the government's flagship computing curriculum introduced last year, which was intended to turn Blighty into a nation of coders. One third of 27 secondary schools teaching kids up to and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Indigenous land rights pioneer to be farewelled in Arnhem LandIndigenous land rights pioneer Mr Wunungmurra to be farewelled at Arnhem Land s
Indigenous land rights pioneer to be farewelled in Arnhem Land
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Indigenous land rights pioneer Mr Wunungmurra to be farewelled at Arnhem Land state memorial service North-east Arnhem Land will stop this morning to remember land rights movement pioneer Mr Wunungmurra, who was one of the last living signatories of... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Who won the final Labour leadership hustings?It was the Corbyn v Cooper show, Jeremy against Yvette, with the other two maki
Who won the final Labour leadership hustings?
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
It was the Corbyn v Cooper show, Jeremy against Yvette, with the other two making up the numbers. She launched a fantastic, sustained assault on his economic policy. He fought back with crowd-pleasing answers. Corbyn of the four was the only one to... Read more
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chroniclelive
Friends of murdered South Shields mum Melissa Liddle petition judge over killer's sentenceCruelly murdered on Mothers Day, Melissa Liddle’s children will grow up without
Friends of murdered South Shields mum Melissa Liddle petition judge over killer's sentence
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
Cruelly murdered on Mothers Day, Melissa Liddle’s children will grow up without the most important person in their lives. So heartbroken are her friends and family they have set up an online petition to call for the “severest sentence possible” for... Read more
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Lake Placid News
2 critical in 2-car crash on Long IslandLAKE GROVE, N.Y. (AP) — Police say a driver and his passenger were critically i
2 critical in 2-car crash on Long Island
Lake Placid News / Posted yesterday
LAKE GROVE, N.Y. (AP) — Police say a driver and his passenger were critically injured in a collision with another car. Suffolk County police say it happened on Wednesday in Lake Gove at around 7 p.m. They say Christopher Ferchland was driving a... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
2 critical in 2-car crash on Long IslandLAKE GROVE, N.Y. (AP) - Police say a driver and his passenger were critically i
2 critical in 2-car crash on Long Island
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted yesterday
LAKE GROVE, N.Y. (AP) - Police say a driver and his passenger were critically injured in a collision with another car. Suffolk County police say it happened on Wednesday in Lake Gove at around 7 p.m. They say Christopher Ferchland was driving a... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
2 critical in 2-car crash on Long IslandLAKE GROVE, N.Y. (AP) - Police say a driver and his passenger were critically i
2 critical in 2-car crash on Long Island
New Jersey Herald / Posted yesterday
LAKE GROVE, N.Y. (AP) - Police say a driver and his passenger were critically injured in a collision with another car. Suffolk County police say it happened on Wednesday in Lake Gove at around 7 p.m. They say Christopher Ferchland was driving a... Read more
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Daily Star
Media mogul: Fear of failure made me a billionMOGUL: Media mogul Richard Desmond, left, spoke of his motivation to keep helpi
Media mogul: Fear of failure made me a billion
Daily Star / Posted 2 days ago
MOGUL: Media mogul Richard Desmond, left, spoke of his motivation to keep helping others In an extraordinarily candid interview in front of a live audience the media mogul insisted he is still motivated to carry on working - to help raise money for... Read more
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express
Media Mogul: Fear of failure made me a billionExpress Newspapers chairman Richard Desmond and Stephen Pollard In an extraord
Media Mogul: Fear of failure made me a billion
express / Posted 2 days ago
Express Newspapers chairman Richard Desmond and Stephen Pollard In an extraordinarily candid interview in front of a live audience the media mogul insisted he is still motivated to carry on working - to help raise money for others and stand up for... Read more
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Ipswich Star
New sponsors take over Ipswich Academy and Suffolk New Academy which both have ‘inadequate’ Ofsted marks 17:00 02 September 2015 The new sponsors of two Ipswich academies in special
New sponsors take over Ipswich Academy and Suffolk New Academy which both have ‘inadequate’ Ofsted marks
Ipswich Star / Posted 2 days ago
17:00 02 September 2015 The new sponsors of two Ipswich academies in special measures have outlined their vision to improve their... Read more
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Independent
DWP again refuses to release data on disability benefits using the same excuse as beforeLast week the DWP was forced to reveal how many people had died shortly after b
DWP again refuses to release data on disability benefits using the same excuse as before
Independent / Posted 2 days ago
Last week the DWP was forced to reveal how many people had died shortly after being found fit to work by disability tests. Ministers and officials had resisted the demand for months and only accepted it after a warning from the Information... Read more
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express
George Osborne charges ahead in race to become next Tory Leader GEORGE Osborne is charging ahead in the long-running race to be the next Tory
George Osborne charges ahead in race to become next Tory Leader
express / Posted 2 days ago
GEORGE Osborne is charging ahead in the long-running race to be the next Tory leader, an opinion poll revealed yesterday. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne The Chancellor has... Read more
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Daily Mail
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Taylor Swift ruffles feathers in ostrich shrugSEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Taylor Swift ruffles feathers in £675 ostrich shrug For
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Taylor Swift ruffles feathers in ostrich shrug
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Taylor Swift ruffles feathers in £675 ostrich shrug For while the 25-year-old clean-cut pop star is donating the video’s proceeds to conservation efforts in Africa, and pays homage to Cecil the lion, who was killed this summer... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Ellsworth, Augusta officials join MMA executive committeeAUGUSTA, Maine — Gary Fortier, a city councilor in Ellsworth, and Augusta City
Ellsworth, Augusta officials join MMA executive committee
Bangor Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
AUGUSTA, Maine — Gary Fortier, a city councilor in Ellsworth, and Augusta City Manager William “Bill” Bridgeo are the latest officials to join the 12-member executive committee at the Maine Municipal Association. Bridgeo and Fortier said naming a... Read more
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The Ham&High Network
New head of school slammed by Ofsted reveals plan to bring pride back 13:25 01 September 2015 New Acland Burghley headteacher Nicholas John A hea
New head of school slammed by Ofsted reveals plan to bring pride back
The Ham&High Network / Posted 3 days ago
13:25 01 September 2015 New Acland Burghley headteacher Nicholas John A headteacher brought in to rescue a school still recovering from a damning Ofsted report has said he is... Read more
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chroniclelive
Shiremoor magistrate George Lyons reveals why he had to quit over new court feeA magistrate told today why he just had to quit the bench after new court fees
Shiremoor magistrate George Lyons reveals why he had to quit over new court fee
chroniclelive / Posted 4 days ago
A magistrate told today why he just had to quit the bench after new court fees were introduced which he believes put justice in jeopardy. After 15-years of passing judgement in North Tyneside, George Lyons has resigned to avoid having to impose the... Read more
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Times of Malta
Education: the ugly Swedish modelThis article is not about human aesthetics. It is about how easy it is to becom
Education: the ugly Swedish model
Times of Malta / Posted 5 days ago
This article is not about human aesthetics. It is about how easy it is to become complacent about education reform and how equally important it is to keep tweaking our education system to achieve excellence. For several years the Swedish education... Read more
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Independent
George Osborne denies claims he opposed EU referendum because he feared public would vote to leaveA spokesman for the Chancellor dismissed the suggestion as “nonsense” but a bio
George Osborne denies claims he opposed EU referendum because he feared public would vote to leave
Independent / Posted 5 days ago
A spokesman for the Chancellor dismissed the suggestion as “nonsense” but a biography by Sir Anthony Seldon claims the issue created a “rare schism” between Mr Osborne and the Prime Minister. Sources also told the Daily Mail that Mr Osborne, former... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Re-issue of Monocled Mutineer book as official files to be made available in 2017The official files on Derbyshire-born Percy Toplis, the man who became known as
Re-issue of Monocled Mutineer book as official files to be made available in 2017
Nottingham Post / Posted 5 days ago
The official files on Derbyshire-born Percy Toplis, the man who became known as the Monocled Mutineer, and the infamous Etaples Mutiny during the First World War will finally be released to the public in two years time. They were locked away on the... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
GARY L. LOVEDAY WOODSFIELD -- Gary Loveday, 63, of Gove City, (formerly of Woodsfield) died A
GARY L. LOVEDAY
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 5 days ago
WOODSFIELD -- Gary Loveday, 63, of Gove City, (formerly of Woodsfield) died Aug. 27, 2015. Visitation will be from noon until time of Masonic and funeral services at 2 p.m., Monday at Watters Funeral Home, Woodsfield. Want to leave... Read more
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express
Terror suspects granted thousands in taxpayers' cash sue the GovernmentREVEALED: FOUR terror suspects have been controversially granted hundreds of
Terror suspects granted thousands in taxpayers' cash sue the Government
express / Posted 6 days ago
REVEALED: FOUR terror suspects have been controversially granted hundreds of thousands of pounds in taxpayers' cash to sue the Government over restriction orders placed against... Read more
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The Courier
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rushThe presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rush
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
The presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she supported property owners through marathon projects. The two most annoying features of "reality" talent quests on commercial television, whether they deal with cooking... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rushThe presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rush
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
The presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she supported property owners through marathon projects. The two most annoying features of "reality" talent quests on commercial television, whether they deal with cooking... Read more
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The Young Witness
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rushThe presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rush
The Young Witness / Posted 6 days ago
The presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she supported property owners through marathon projects. The two most annoying features of "reality" talent quests on commercial television, whether they deal with cooking... Read more
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Western Advocate
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rushThe presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rush
Western Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
The presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she supported property owners through marathon projects. The two most annoying features of "reality" talent quests on commercial television, whether they deal with cooking... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rushThe presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rush
Kiama Independent / Posted 6 days ago
The presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she supported property owners through marathon projects. The two most annoying features of "reality" talent quests on commercial television, whether they deal with cooking... Read more
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Manning River Times
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rushThe presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rush
Manning River Times / Posted 6 days ago
The presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she supported property owners through marathon projects. The two most annoying features of "reality" talent quests on commercial television, whether they deal with cooking... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rushThe presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rush
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 6 days ago
The presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she supported property owners through marathon projects. The two most annoying features of "reality" talent quests on commercial television, whether they deal with cooking... Read more
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The North West Star
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rushThe presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rush
The North West Star / Posted 6 days ago
The presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she supported property owners through marathon projects. The two most annoying features of "reality" talent quests on commercial television, whether they deal with cooking... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rushThe presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she
Restoration Australia better without the reality-TV rush
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 days ago
The presenter of a new Australian series sometimes felt like a therapist as she supported property owners through marathon projects. The two most annoying features of "reality" talent quests on commercial television, whether they deal with cooking... Read more
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News 8000
- Highlight ZoneTAKE SOT FALL HZ OPEN Good evening....I'm Gregg Wavrunek. And I'm Charlie Cl
- Highlight Zone
News 8000 / Posted 7 days ago
TAKE SOT FALL HZ OPEN Good evening....I'm Gregg Wavrunek. And I'm Charlie Clifford. football weather Week two represents for many. the final nonconference game of the season. Logan looks to head into the M-V-C schedule with a two-and-oh... Read more
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The New Statesman
Sadiq Khan is the radical Mayor that Londoners needFailing schools ought to be fined, says a think tank. But contrary to popular o
Sadiq Khan is the radical Mayor that Londoners need
The New Statesman / Posted 7 days ago
Failing schools ought to be fined, says a think tank. But contrary to popular opinion, sharing is not caring in the modern education sector. An expanded system demands better funding. According to a report published on Tuesday by the right-leaning... Read more
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The New Statesman
Far from helping students, fines for resits will make things worseFailing schools ought to be fined, says a think tank. But contrary to popular o
Far from helping students, fines for resits will make things worse
The New Statesman / Posted 7 days ago
Failing schools ought to be fined, says a think tank. But contrary to popular opinion, sharing is not caring in the modern education sector. An expanded system demands better funding. According to a report published on Tuesday by the right-leaning... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Parents finding used needles at Auburn parkAUBURN — Some local parents are concerned about their kids safety after finding
Parents finding used needles at Auburn park
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 8 days ago
AUBURN — Some local parents are concerned about their kids safety after finding used needles in the neighborhood park. Parents say the park is becoming a haven for the homeless and drugs. Les Gove Park closes at 9:00pm, but there’s no gate so its... Read more
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The Fairfield Ledger
Keeva Rachel Stanberry Keeva, beloved by her family and friends, touched people with her kindness, h
Keeva Rachel Stanberry
The Fairfield Ledger / Posted 9 days ago
Keeva, beloved by her family and friends, touched people with her kindness, humor, wit, intellect and love. She cherished her family and her greatest treasure was her son, Leo. The response to her untimely death by the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
IRA attack victims in Britain battle for Northern Ireland pension Victims maimed by the IRA's campaign of violence in Britain are continuing th
IRA attack victims in Britain battle for Northern Ireland pension
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
Victims maimed by the IRA's campaign of violence in Britain are continuing their fight for access to Troubles-related pensions which taxpayers there would help to fund. The president... Read more
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The Courier Mail
“Old school” values put Gordon on topTHE old school rugby values spruiked by Under-11s coach Shaun Gordon were so at
“Old school” values put Gordon on top
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
THE old school rugby values spruiked by Under-11s coach Shaun Gordon were so at the heart of the game they found their way into the pre-final rev-up for Brisbane City’s victory in last year’s National Rugby Championship. The right messages apply in... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Stand At 1.6 Tons/YearLuanda — Angolan minister of Environment, Maria de Fátima Jardim, Monday in Lua
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Stand At 1.6 Tons/Year
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
Luanda — Angolan minister of Environment, Maria de Fátima Jardim, Monday in Luanda said that the country has low levels of greenhouse gas emissions estimated at 1.6 tons a year per person. As for emerging industrialised countries and some African... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Government to Expand Reform of Technical EducationMaputo — The Mozambican government intends to expand the reform of technical an
Government to Expand Reform of Technical Education
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
Maputo — The Mozambican government intends to expand the reform of technical and professional education to all the country's 127 technical schools and institutes, declared the Minister of Science and Technology, Jorge Nhambiu on Friday. Currently... Read more
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Independent
Schools should be 'fined' if pupils fail get C at English and maths GCSEs, think-tank saysThe cash would then be passed on to further education colleges to help them tea
Schools should be 'fined' if pupils fail get C at English and maths GCSEs, think-tank says
Independent / Posted 11 days ago
The cash would then be passed on to further education colleges to help them teach the thousands of pupils who have to sit those exam again under new government legislation. The “fine” or “resit levy” is floated in a report by the influential... Read more
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Scotsman
Nicola Sturgeon: Extra grants for poorer students Sturgeon visits the Phoenix cinema in Oban. Picture: Allan Milligan Thousands
Nicola Sturgeon: Extra grants for poorer students
Scotsman / Posted 11 days ago
Sturgeon visits the Phoenix cinema in Oban. Picture: Allan Milligan Thousands more students from poorer families in Scotland are to receive cash support to help them stay on at school, Nicola... Read more
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Digital Spy
Rihanna joined Kanye West on stage at FYF Fest and everyone lost itThe rapper filled in for Ocean and casually recruited Rihanna to perform their
Rihanna joined Kanye West on stage at FYF Fest and everyone lost it
Digital Spy / Posted 11 days ago
The rapper filled in for Ocean and casually recruited Rihanna to perform their collaborative hits 'FourFiveSeconds' and 'All of the Lights'. © Getty Images / Brian Gove/WireImageNaturally, there was plenty of screaming when the crowd realised the... Read more
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Denver Post
Denver has two National Historic Landmarks. Are there more candidates?Are there any other places in the Mile High City worthy of consideration for su
Denver has two National Historic Landmarks. Are there more candidates?
Denver Post / Posted 12 days ago
Are there any other places in the Mile High City worthy of consideration for such a designation? Granted, the bar for National Historic Landmark status is high. It takes a lot more cultural heft than landing on the National Register of Historic... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Religious education is being 'watered down', argues Church of England“In order to play their part in the modern world, that kind of religious litera
Religious education is being 'watered down', argues Church of England
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
“In order to play their part in the modern world, that kind of religious literacy is crucial. “Rabbi Johnathon Sack’s book ‘Not in God’s name’ [talks] about the increasing secularisation that we’re living within [which] is actually the thing that is... Read more
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Daily Mirror
'Michael Gove was RIGHT - deprived kids finally get an education to match Eton'While Gove wanted rigour in the classroom, some teachers tried to hang on to me
'Michael Gove was RIGHT - deprived kids finally get an education to match Eton'
Daily Mirror / Posted 13 days ago
While Gove wanted rigour in the classroom, some teachers tried to hang on to methods which dragged the cleverest kids down to the level of the thickest, while giving them all A-star grades for just turning up for the exams. Well guess what? Some of... Read more
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Perth Now
The making of a ghost townOF ALL the miseries that residents in the Northern Territory town of Nhulunbuy
The making of a ghost town
Perth Now / Posted 14 days ago
OF ALL the miseries that residents in the Northern Territory town of Nhulunbuy have dealt with since the mining downturn, floods during the dry season is not one they expected. The remote mining town in East Arnhem Land saw its population plummet... Read more
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The Pratt Tribune
Melvin C. Heinrich, d. Aug. 15, 2015Melvin Carl Heinrich, 74, died Saturday, Aug. 15, 2015 at Pratt Health and Reha
Melvin C. Heinrich, d. Aug. 15, 2015
The Pratt Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
Melvin Carl Heinrich, 74, died Saturday, Aug. 15, 2015 at Pratt Health and Rehab, Pratt. He was Born Aug. 22, 1940 in Gove, the son of Jacob J. and Anna M. (Kaiser) Heinrich.He was a truck driver and drove for “The Boys” for 33 years. He drove a... Read more
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Herald Sun
The making of a ghost townOF ALL the miseries that residents in the Northern Territory town of Nhulunbuy
The making of a ghost town
Herald Sun / Posted 14 days ago
OF ALL the miseries that residents in the Northern Territory town of Nhulunbuy have dealt with since the mining downturn, floods during the dry season is not one they expected. The remote mining town in East Arnhem Land saw its population plummet... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The making of a ghost townOF ALL the miseries that residents in the Northern Territory town of Nhulunbuy
The making of a ghost town
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
OF ALL the miseries that residents in the Northern Territory town of Nhulunbuy have dealt with since the mining downturn, floods during the dry season is not one they expected. The remote mining town in East Arnhem Land saw its population plummet... Read more
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