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Okotoks Western Wheel
Town seeks solar energy rebatesA new solar energy incentive program announced by the province last week could
Town seeks solar energy rebates
Okotoks Western Wheel / Posted yesterday
A new solar energy incentive program announced by the province last week could help fund a large-scale project in Okotoks. The Town�s 2016 capital budget included a feasibility analysis of the recreation centre for the installation of a large... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
15 Scousers who changed the world - from music stars to war heroesFROM time to time, Scousers like to give themselves a pat on the back (we’re al
15 Scousers who changed the world - from music stars to war heroes
Liverpool Echo / Posted 19 days ago
FROM time to time, Scousers like to give themselves a pat on the back (we’re all guilty of it). This set of Merseyside natives however deserve a pat on the back, a round of applause and your last Fruittella. From war heroes to recording artists,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
See incredible tricks that earned magician Britain’s best wedding entertainerAnd if the reaction from Gazette staff to his amazing close-up magic is anythin
See incredible tricks that earned magician Britain’s best wedding entertainer
Daily Mirror / Posted 23 days ago
And if the reaction from Gazette staff to his amazing close-up magic is anything to go by, it’s easy to see why he’s bagged the trophy. Luke, 24, of Stockton, became interested in magic when he was seven after seeing his best pal’s dad, Teesside... Read more
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chroniclelive
When should Easter be? Church trying to agree a fixed dateMr Welby made the announcement after a meeting of primates from the Anglican Co
When should Easter be? Church trying to agree a fixed date
chroniclelive / Posted 27 days ago
Mr Welby made the announcement after a meeting of primates from the Anglican Communion in Canterbury. In the UK, an act of Parliament passed in 1928 allowed for Easter Sunday to be fixed on the first Sunday after the second Saturday in... Read more
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iol.co.za
Drought decimates Africa’s harvestsHarare - Mudhara Musara points a gnarled finger at his small field of dying cor
Drought decimates Africa’s harvests
iol.co.za / Posted 30 days ago
Harare - Mudhara Musara points a gnarled finger at his small field of dying corn, burnt blue-grey by the broiling sun over Zimbabwe’s northern Lower Guruve District where midday temperatures approach 50 degrees Celsius. “Even if it rains now, all is... Read more

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