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2015/03/27 08:00
2015/03/27 08:00
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The City of Hazleton stands to lose more than $53,000 annually in taxes because of the closing of a local manufacturing plant. After almost a century of operation, Weir Minerals was scheduled to...
2015/03/27 08:00
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2015/03/25 23:37
2015/03/25 23:37
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Soon you may struggle to hear anything. One by one, the whine of the Mercedes W05 turbine that powers so many of the Formula One teams will disappear from the European arenas. The greatest season in...
2015/03/25 13:17
2015/03/25 13:17
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Lewis Hamilton hinted he is just days away from completing the richest British driver deal in Formula One history - and one of the biggest in the history of the sport. Speaking in Kuala Lumpur the...
2015/03/22 00:37
2015/03/22 00:37
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He tugs at his beard in mock frustration – though the facial hair barely makes him look any older now, at 36, than he did back then. As we sit in a café opposite Gorlitzer Park, in the city’s hiply...
2015/03/19 07:38
2015/03/19 07:38
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Edwards sisters look to continue the family tradition at Stratton Motorsport Sisters Chloe and Jade Edwards will drive for Stratton Motorsport. Stratton Motorsport have confirmed its participation...
2015/03/16 17:46
2015/03/16 17:46
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You might not see people smoking pot out in the open but ever since New York loosened its laws on marijuana in late 2014, but more people have been noticing a certain odor in the air. At Carl Shurz...
2015/03/15 08:51
2015/03/15 08:51
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Along with the ongoing planting of native species to provide nectar, fruit and seed, the arboretum's large 62-year-old trees provide safe shelter and nesting areas. A clean dependable water source...
2015/03/14 23:37
2015/03/14 23:37
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Lessons at the prestigious boarding Wellington College, in Berkshire, were temporarily disturbed by a big screen showing Lake in action – an event that led to a litany of texts from her friends. That...
2015/03/13 22:37
2015/03/13 22:37
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F1’s billionaire boss Bernie Ecclestone – he of the glitzy pre-race grid walk, the poker face and the Andy Warhol-style moptop hairdo – is as much part of F1’s furniture as the cars and the pit lanes....
2015/03/12 22:30
2015/03/12 22:30
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You might not see people smoking pot out in the open but ever since New York loosened its laws on marijuana in late 2014, but more people have been noticing a certain odor in the air. At Carl Shurz...
2015/03/12 18:09
2015/03/12 18:09
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Races used to be won by miles As figures like Ron Dennis, the McLaren boss, will attest, back in the ‘good old days’ it was actually a case of the lead driver being miles ahead for most of the race,...
2015/03/12 13:09
2015/03/12 13:09
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Of course there are problems – I will try and outline some of them and suggestions for improvements - but ahead of the new season, without just resorting to marketing spin, you can shut down a lot of...
2015/03/10 16:07
2015/03/10 16:07
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Have we lost control of our government? Have we, the taxpaying voter, lost control of our government? Most of our communications with our government, Republican and Democrat, go something like this:...
2015/03/10 11:41
2015/03/10 11:41
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F1 loving Londoners will be able to get a massive dose of their motor sport fix thanks to the launch of a brand new sporting festival, Race Week. Race Week is an exciting new addition to the...
2015/03/06 22:27
2015/03/06 22:27
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CSIRO senior research scientist Dr James Hunt explains why early seeding wheat could become popular in Western Australia in the years to come CSIRO senior research scientist Dr James Hunt explains...
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2015/03/06 22:27
2015/03/06 22:27
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Scientist warns it is still too early to sow wheat in Western Australia despite great rain event A CSIRO scientist is reminding West Australian grain growers that now is too early to sow wheat,...
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2015/03/05 05:06
2015/03/05 05:06
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SUMMERVILLE, Ga. -- The curtains, crusted with blood, have closed on the cabin at 2646 John Jones Road. Isolated for acres in rural Chattooga County, the home of William Robert Packer served as a...
2015/03/27 08:00
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