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The Courier
'My body was a political stalemate': NSW has the abortion law debate it has been avoiding for 100 yearsdoctor. Victoria: Decriminalised in 2008. Legal up to 24 weeks. Post-24 weeks
'My body was a political stalemate': NSW has the abortion law debate it has been avoiding for 100 years
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
doctor. Victoria: Decriminalised in 2008. Legal up to 24 weeks. Post-24 weeks two doctors must approve. Tasmania: Decriminalised in 2013. Legal up to 16 weeks. Over 16 weeks requires the approval of two doctors. With James Robertson and Emily Sm... Read more
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The Border Mail
'My body was a political stalemate': NSW has the abortion law debate it has been avoiding for 100 yearsdoctor. Victoria: Decriminalised in 2008. Legal up to 24 weeks. Post-24 weeks
'My body was a political stalemate': NSW has the abortion law debate it has been avoiding for 100 years
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
doctor. Victoria: Decriminalised in 2008. Legal up to 24 weeks. Post-24 weeks two doctors must approve. Tasmania: Decriminalised in 2013. Legal up to 16 weeks. Over 16 weeks requires the approval of two doctors. With James Robertson and Emily Sm... Read more
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Daily Liberal
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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The Border Mail
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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The Young Witness
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Young Witness / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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The Young Witness
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Young Witness / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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Western Advocate
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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Western Advocate
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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Kiama Independent
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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Manning River Times
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Manning River Times / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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The North West Star
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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Daily Liberal
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
82 related stories
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The Border Mail
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
82 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
82 related stories
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The Courier
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NSW Budget 2016: winners and loserscrisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly fo
NSW Budget 2016: winners and losers
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
crisis will be eased, but Corrective Services Minister David Elliott clearly foresees an increasing number of clients. James Robertson reports: The government is touting an all-time record investment in the justice sector in this budget;... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Murdered Avon man finally to be laid to rest, but closure lingers for familyof a man who was missing for two years plans to pursue charges against everyone
Murdered Avon man finally to be laid to rest, but closure lingers for family
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 6 days ago
of a man who was missing for two years plans to pursue charges against everyone involved in his son's killing. AVON – James Robertson will finally be laid to rest Saturday, but his father says he will continue to fight for justice to get... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Brookfield Residential and Truman Homes partner for University Districtwho are so well-established and vested in the community be our partners in brin
Brookfield Residential and Truman Homes partner for University District
Calgary Sun / Posted 7 days ago
who are so well-established and vested in the community be our partners in bringing Phase One to life is incredible," said James Robertson, president and CEO, University District. "This is a very exciting day for University District and the start... Read more
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The Norwich Bulletin
Bulletin 225th Anniversary: Norwich Nugget ()through the years. -- May 19, 1824: General Arnold. In the “extraordinary Red B
Bulletin 225th Anniversary: Norwich Nugget ()
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 8 days ago
through the years. -- May 19, 1824: General Arnold. In the “extraordinary Red Book,” we find that Edward Shippen Arnold, James Robertson Arnold, George Arnold, and Sophia Matilda Arnold, received pensions of L 400 Sterling, paid by sign manual of... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Where Am I? June 13, 2016Meharry, Philo Gretchen Warner, Champaign Susan Allen, St. Joseph Jeff Helge
Where Am I? June 13, 2016
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 12 days ago
Meharry, Philo Gretchen Warner, Champaign Susan Allen, St. Joseph Jeff Helgesen, Champaign Denise James, Sidney James Robertson, Sidney Randall Brown, Urbana Mark Mammen, Urbana Tracy Trudeau-Paterson, Chebanse (but grew up in... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Dogpatch's owner drops asking pricefor $3 million. But so far he has had no offers, so he dropped the price this m
Dogpatch's owner drops asking price
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
for $3 million. But so far he has had no offers, so he dropped the price this month. Pelsor said his business partner, James Robertson of Newbury Park, Calif., wants to sell Dogpatch because his health has declined. Pelsor is 65 years old and... Read more
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Scotsman
Nicola Sturgeon & Kenny MacAskill set for Edinburgh book festivalPerthshire actor will take time out of his late-night festival cabaret show to
Nicola Sturgeon & Kenny MacAskill set for Edinburgh book festival
Scotsman / Posted 15 days ago
Perthshire actor will take time out of his late-night festival cabaret show to discuss his new memoir. Pilgrimer: Novelist James Robertson and singer Karine Polwart cast Joni Mitchell’s “Hejira” album in a new light following rave reviews for a... Read more
15d
The Courier
Peters returns for Lakers – BFL round 8 line-upsJones, Mitchell Hanley-Breen HF: Hayden Millard, Brett Merry, Jordan McGregor
Peters returns for Lakers – BFL round 8 line-ups
The Courier / Posted 15 days ago
Jones, Mitchell Hanley-Breen HF: Hayden Millard, Brett Merry, Jordan McGregor F: Tristan Peters, Jack Simpson, James Robertson R: Ashden Crone, Travis Sheen, Lachlan Walker Int: Jordan Kight, Daniel Stebbing Not submitted NORTH... Read more
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heraldscotland
Edinburgh's International Book Festival unveils 'Project No Fear' for its 2016 programmeIreland. Musicians Wilko Johnson, Tim Burgess of The Charlatans and Brix Smith
Edinburgh's International Book Festival unveils 'Project No Fear' for its 2016 programme
heraldscotland / Posted 15 days ago
Ireland. Musicians Wilko Johnson, Tim Burgess of The Charlatans and Brix Smith-Start speak of their lives in music, and James Robertson is joined by folk musicians to perform Pilgrimer, his Scots reimagining of Joni Mitchell’s 1976 album... Read more
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heraldscotland
Alan Cumming and Nicola Sturgeon to appear at Edinburgh International Book FestivalTim Burgess of The Charlatans and Brix Smith-Start speak of their lives in, and
Alan Cumming and Nicola Sturgeon to appear at Edinburgh International Book Festival
heraldscotland / Posted 16 days ago
Tim Burgess of The Charlatans and Brix Smith-Start speak of their lives in, and out of, their respective bands, and James Robertson is joined by folk musicians to perform extracts from Pilgrimer, his Scots reimagining of Joni Mitchell’s 1976... Read more
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Slate
Detroit Has America’s Worst Transit System. And It Now Has a Chance to Fix It.area’s shambolic system is a burden on residents who can’t or don’t drive. Last
Detroit Has America’s Worst Transit System. And It Now Has a Chance to Fix It.
Slate / Posted 18 days ago
area’s shambolic system is a burden on residents who can’t or don’t drive. Last year, a Detroit factory worker named James Robertson became a local celebrity after the Detroit Free Press wrote about the daily 21-mile commute he made on foot.... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Dogpatch pipe dreamall, or portions of the scenic wooded park to make it profitable. Charles "Bud"
Dogpatch pipe dream
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
all, or portions of the scenic wooded park to make it profitable. Charles "Bud" Pelsor, a co-owner of the property with James Robertson of Newbury, Calif., was quoted saying four business interests including an out-of-state consortium have... Read more
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Daily Record
MORRIS AREA HOME SALES520 Edith Rd from Thomas Markey to Kristi Unis. $273,000. Ledgewood: 9 Whisper
MORRIS AREA HOME SALES
Daily Record / Posted 19 days ago
520 Edith Rd from Thomas Markey to Kristi Unis. $273,000. Ledgewood: 9 Whisper Way E from Tara Smith to James Robertson. $273,500. Long Valley: 4 Alexandra Ln from Mario Antonacci to Fernando Ortiz and Catherine Ortiz.... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
RTA millage a tough sell, but regional transit needed herelost job opportunities because they could not check the box marked "reliable tr
RTA millage a tough sell, but regional transit needed here
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 20 days ago
lost job opportunities because they could not check the box marked "reliable transportation"? Have we forgotten the saga of James Robertson, the guy who walked 21 miles a day to his job in Rochester Hills, a community that had opted out of regular... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Football solidairty as Syrian refugees praise 'good treatment' in Scotlandin particular alive if they are no longer in that conflict." Speaking at the e
Football solidairty as Syrian refugees praise 'good treatment' in Scotland
EveningTimes Online / Posted 22 days ago
in particular alive if they are no longer in that conflict." Speaking at the event, Provost for North Lanarkshire, James Robertson, said Scotland is a country accepting of refugees and it shows "the heart of the people of Scotland" to be... Read more
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heraldscotland
Syrian refugees praise 'good treatment' in Scotlandin particular alive if they are no longer in that conflict." Speaking at the e
Syrian refugees praise 'good treatment' in Scotland
heraldscotland / Posted 22 days ago
in particular alive if they are no longer in that conflict." Speaking at the event, Provost for North Lanarkshire, James Robertson, said Scotland is a country accepting of refugees and it shows "the heart of the people of Scotland" to be... Read more
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heraldscotland
Syrian refugees praise 'good treatment' in Scotlandin particular alive if they are no longer in that conflict." Speaking at the e
Syrian refugees praise 'good treatment' in Scotland
heraldscotland / Posted 22 days ago
in particular alive if they are no longer in that conflict." Speaking at the event, Provost for North Lanarkshire, James Robertson, said Scotland is a country accepting of refugees and it shows "the heart of the people of Scotland" to be... Read more
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23d
Guardian Unlimited
Severely tortured Guantánamo detainee makes case for freedom at board hearingthere was no proof he did anything hostile towards the United States,” Davis to
Severely tortured Guantánamo detainee makes case for freedom at board hearing
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 23 days ago
there was no proof he did anything hostile towards the United States,” Davis told the Guardian. In 2010, a federal judge, James Robertson, reviewed the same profile of Slahi the government submitted to the PRB and found the accusations... Read more
23d
Aljazeera
Best-selling author pleads to be freed from Guantanamohad the burden of proof, was whether at the time of his capture Slahi was a 'pa
Best-selling author pleads to be freed from Guantanamo
Aljazeera / Posted 23 days ago
had the burden of proof, was whether at the time of his capture Slahi was a 'part of' al-Qaida," US District Court Judge James Robertson wrote. "On the record before me, I cannot find that he was." But the US government appealed, leaving Slahi... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Fantastically Corrupt Nigeria, Fantastic British Creation!with the democratic elections in Nigeria, I write as an authority. I was chosen
Fantastically Corrupt Nigeria, Fantastic British Creation!
AllAfrica.com / Posted 25 days ago
with the democratic elections in Nigeria, I write as an authority. I was chosen by his Excellency the Governor General, Sir James Robertson, to spearhead a covert operation to interfere with the elections. The laws of Nigeria were a sham and largely... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Two charged with murder after man 'pushed over bridge'after a man was allegedly pushed over the side of a bridge and had his hands pr
Two charged with murder after man 'pushed over bridge'
Daily Mirror / Posted 25 days ago
after a man was allegedly pushed over the side of a bridge and had his hands prised from the safety rails. Mark Munro and James Robertson are accused of killing Russell Robertson after allegedly attacking him on Bainsford Bridge in Falkirk, which... Read more
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Daily Record
Two in court accused of murdering man by pushing him over a bridgeMark Munro and James Robertson are said to have killed Russell Robertson after
Two in court accused of murdering man by pushing him over a bridge
Daily Record / Posted 25 days ago
Mark Munro and James Robertson are said to have killed Russell Robertson after attacking him on Bainsford Bridge in Falkirk, which crosses the Forth and Clyde Canal. Munro, 30, and Robertson, 26, are accused of acting together in the murder of... Read more
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express
Four in court after bank holiday weekend deathsover two separate murders. Four men have appeared in court after being charged
Four in court after bank holiday weekend deaths
express / Posted 26 days ago
over two separate murders. Four men have appeared in court after being charged over two separate murders Mark Munro and James Robertson are accused of killing Russell Robertson by pushing him over a canal bridge and prising loose his hands as he... Read more
26d
Scotsman
Two men accused of murdering Falkirk man Russell Robertsona man by pushing him over a canal bridge and prising loose his hands as he clut
Two men accused of murdering Falkirk man Russell Robertson
Scotsman / Posted 26 days ago
a man by pushing him over a canal bridge and prising loose his hands as he clutched to its safety rails. Mark Munro and James Robertson are said to have murdered former Forth Valley College student Russell Robertson after attacking him on... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Climbing robots marshalling to invade Europeremotely, increasing inspection accuracy and significantly reducing the risk of
Climbing robots marshalling to invade Europe
Otago Daily Times / Posted 27 days ago
remotely, increasing inspection accuracy and significantly reducing the risk of workplace accidents, Invert chief executive James Robertson said. The robot used advanced sensors to monitor a tank's condition and high-definition cameras to feed... Read more
28d
heraldscotland
Leading Scottish writer: Hibs, Murrayfield, Holyrood the Bank of Scotland should all have artists in residenceat the event were Morag Joss, the writer and Dr Wallace's sister, Gerda Stevens
Leading Scottish writer: Hibs, Murrayfield, Holyrood the Bank of Scotland should all have artists in residence
heraldscotland / Posted 28 days ago
at the event were Morag Joss, the writer and Dr Wallace's sister, Gerda Stevenson, the writer and actress, and the author James Robertson, who read an excerpt from his new novel as well as three poems by Hugh MacDiarmid. The fellowship was set up... Read more
29d
The New Zealand Herald
The robots helping Air New Zealand keep its aircraft safebuilding climbing robots that would remove the need for people to go inside mil
The robots helping Air New Zealand keep its aircraft safe
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 29 days ago
building climbing robots that would remove the need for people to go inside milk tanks at dairy factories. Chief executive James Robertson said the robot they developed was the first in the world that could climb on stainless steel -- and because... Read more
29d
Scoop.co.nz
Air New Zealand trials world-leading robotic technologycreate a significant new commercial opportunity for this home grown Kiwi busine
Air New Zealand trials world-leading robotic technology
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 29 days ago
create a significant new commercial opportunity for this home grown Kiwi business.”Invert Robotics Chief Executive Officer James Robertson says it’s hugely exciting to be working collaboratively with Air New Zealand on this project.“While initially... Read more
30d
The Christian Post
7 Things to Know About Si Robertsonbook, Si-Cology 1 including seven things fans should know about the leading man
7 Things to Know About Si Robertson
The Christian Post / Posted 30 days ago
book, Si-Cology 1 including seven things fans should know about the leading man. 1. Si's parents, Merritt and James Robertson, had seven children: Jimmy Frank, Harold, Judy, Tommy, Phil, Si and Jan. All of his brothers and sisters... Read more

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