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Charity calls on people in Norfolk to offer homes...
Charity calls on people in Norfolk to offer homes to thousands of young people with nowhere to liveBenjamin Foundation Heart and Home campaign A charity is calling on Norfolk residents to offer a...
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Alaska veterans getting help they need
The event connects veterans with the services they need, such as the Alaska
Finance Corporation and other agencies so they can begin the process of moving into permanent housing. "We'd love...
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Lewes toilet petition reaches target
A petition calling for the reopening of public loos in Western Road, Lewes, has been signed by more than 1,500 people. It was handed to the chair of Lewes District Council by campaigners who said the...
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515 new homes to address Dundee’s housing shortage
With rent rising and a shortage of affordable housing, the need for new properties in Dundee has become critical. But the Tele can reveal more details about a development, which will see more than...
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London’s Neighbourhoods Redrawn
The Whereabouts map redraws city boundaries by the type of people that live in areas, rather than on geographical lines. London’s boundaries have been redrawn by a group of data experts, who have...
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YEP survey: How YOU would tackle problems facing ...
This week the Yorkshire Evening Post has revealed our readers’ biggest concerns as part of our voice of leeds 2014 survey. today we share your thoughts on life in the city. Thousands of people took...
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The Mortgage Professor: Why many good mortgage lo...
sector today is not providing the economic stimulus we had come to expect during periods of economic recovery. A major reason is that the underwriting rules and practices that determine...
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Is A Global Economic Storm Brewing?
In recent weeks we’ve been hearing a lot about deflation and how damaging it is to an economy. In fact, as the global economy slows, the possibility of deflation rises. Why is deflation so...
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Osten's dedication earns her support
As an older couple living in Montville, we have always been very concerned about the January Center and the prospect of
of sex offenders in our town. Though this happened before she was in...
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Rep. Courtney serving 2nd District well
How strong of a candidate is Rep. Joe Courtney in the 2nd Congressional District? Consider that no Republican state lawmaker, mayor or selectman was willing to take on the incumbent Democrat....
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Namibia's Infrastructure Funding Challenge
NAMIBIA has a very ambitious infrastructure development programme requiring investment of at least N$223 billion over the next six years. The programme is aimed at replacing aging infrastructure,...
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Bank of Namibia
Man cleared in 'dumb criminal' kidnapping case
Man cleared in 'dumb criminal' kidnapping case By Ken Foy Crime Correspondent – 25 October 2014 12:30 AM A completely innocent man was targeted by a gang of brainless thugs who wrongly believed that...
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The Big Debate: Scrapping councils to save money
This week we feature a number of opinions on whether Bucks should go unitary... EDITOR’S COMMENT Last week a report crowd-funded by Buckinghamshire’s business community revealed the huge savings...
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A photograph seen once, long ago, haunted me – an...
I have been working off and on for a couple of years with an architect friend, Declan Hill, on an attempt to map the wall or rampart that in the 17th century surrounded the town of Belfast – or, at...
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Greens more Gough Whitlams heirs than Labor, Lee ...
Horseshit. Gough liked power, and wanted to win elections. He reformed the Labor Party FROM THE RIGHT in order to make it electable, in the process deriding those who preferred ideological purity to...
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Preventing threat from BVD and IBR
As those endless dry days of early autumn 2014 pass into folk memory Antrim vet Cahir McAuley is urging farmers to complete routine vaccinations ahead of housing. “Farmers must seize the opportunity...
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Adair Turner: The Consequences of Money-Manager C...
Yves here. This is a terrific interview with Lord Adair Turner, former head of the FSA. Most of it focuses on the things missed in contemporary economics, particularly macroeconomics, and how some...
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Gorleston student Murad ‘over the moon’ with supp...
Gorleston student Murad ‘over the moon’ with support as he faces deportation battle Olympic swimmer Ross Davenport with college student Murad Khan A popular Afghan student who is facing deportation...
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Coimbatore District Police Office relocated
To function from a rented premises in Ram Nagar Inspector General of Police (West Zone) K. Shankar inaugurated the District Police Office (DPO) that has been relocated to an old building on the...
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West Way supporters 'bullied into silence'
THE developers behind the proposed £100m Botley regeneration scheme have claimed some of their supporters have been “bullied into silence”. The comments come after a petition with 970 signatures was...
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