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Sun-Sentinel
South Florida braces for possible flooding from ErikaSouth Florida water managers are lowering canal levels and readying pumps to pr
South Florida braces for possible flooding from Erika
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 20 hours ago
South Florida water managers are lowering canal levels and readying pumps to prepare for the soaking that Tropical Storm Erika could bring. And while the storm's track remains in flux, emergency management officials warn that it doesn't take a... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
lottery overseer set to lead state racing panelThe former chairman of the now-defunct Arkansas Lottery Commission, John C. "Sm
lottery overseer set to lead state racing panel
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 22 hours ago
The former chairman of the now-defunct Arkansas Lottery Commission, John C. "Smokey" Campbell of Hot Springs, started work this week as the director of the Arkansas Racing Commission. The commission regulates thoroughbred and greyhound racing in the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Police finance chief denies force faces UK’s highest cuts of £43.7mA POLICING finance boss has vowed Thames Valley Police will not be hit with a p
Police finance chief denies force faces UK’s highest cuts of £43.7m
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
A POLICING finance boss has vowed Thames Valley Police will not be hit with a predicted £43.7m cuts but refused to be drawn on how much could be axed. Research by Devon and Cornwall’s Police and Crimes Commissioner’s office suggested Thames Valley... Read more
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The Torrington Telegram
The Torrington Telegram Women�s Equality: Fact or Fiction?GOSHEN COUNTY � Today is National Women�s Equality Day. In 1971, Congress, at t
The Torrington Telegram Women�s Equality: Fact or Fiction?
The Torrington Telegram / Posted 3 days ago
GOSHEN COUNTY � Today is National Women�s Equality Day. In 1971, Congress, at the request of New York�s Representative Bella Abzug, named Aug. 26th as the day to commemorate the 19th amendment passed in 1920 giving women the right to vote,... Read more
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Duquoin.com
Retirements, contract extensions in Dist. 300The Du Quoin Board of Education late last week accepted five letters of planned
Retirements, contract extensions in Dist. 300
Duquoin.com / Posted 3 days ago
The Du Quoin Board of Education late last week accepted five letters of planned retirement in District 300 and approved extended contracts for key administrative personnel in the district. Earlier this year, the board saw push-back from the teaching... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Is the media biased?Hating Mike Hosking became even more popular last week, with Winston Peters las
Is the media biased?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Hating Mike Hosking became even more popular last week, with Winston Peters lashing out in a strongly worded column condemning the broadcaster and calling him a National Government “stooge”. So is our media politically biased? And, if so, how? Mike... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Political roundup: Is the media biased?Hating Mike Hosking became even more popular last week, with Winston Peters las
Political roundup: Is the media biased?
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 5 days ago
Hating Mike Hosking became even more popular last week, with Winston Peters lashing out in a strongly worded column condemning the broadcaster and calling him a National Government “stooge”. So is our media politically biased? And, if so, how? Too... Read more
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Moneymanager
High flyer explores his passion for potteryLike many high-profile business people, former Lend Lease executive director Ke
High flyer explores his passion for pottery
Moneymanager / Posted 7 days ago
Like many high-profile business people, former Lend Lease executive director Kevin Power AM found retirement a difficult transition. He needed a stimulating project to keep the brain ticking over, the ''use it or lose it'' principle. In his case... Read more
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The Age
The Key to success – always look calm even when you're not.Retiring policeman involved in 800 rescues What makes a hero? Most of the tim
The Key to success – always look calm even when you're not.
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
Retiring policeman involved in 800 rescues What makes a hero? Most of the time it is a spur of the moment reaction when a surge of adrenaline sparks deep, hidden instincts. They call it the flight or fight response – a split-second reaction to a... Read more
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The Courier
Black Saturday hero Sergeant David Key calls it quitsAfter leaving the army David Key joined the Air Wing of the Victoria Police whe
Black Saturday hero Sergeant David Key calls it quits
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
After leaving the army David Key joined the Air Wing of the Victoria Police where he distinguished himself by rescuing people in dire straits. What makes a hero? Most of the time it is a spur of the moment reaction when a surge of adrenaline sparks... Read more
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The Border Mail
Black Saturday hero Sergeant David Key calls it quitsAfter leaving the army David Key joined the Air Wing of the Victoria Police whe
Black Saturday hero Sergeant David Key calls it quits
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
After leaving the army David Key joined the Air Wing of the Victoria Police where he distinguished himself by rescuing people in dire straits. What makes a hero? Most of the time it is a spur of the moment reaction when a surge of adrenaline sparks... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Peters rarks up Hosking attackPersonal opinion is art of the mix, says TVNZ, and the viewers know it. Winsto
Peters rarks up Hosking attack
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
Personal opinion is art of the mix, says TVNZ, and the viewers know it. Winston Peters and Mike Hosking have exchanged barbs in the media. Photo / NZME New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has extended his gripe against Seven Sharp host Mike... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Paul Thomas: Focus on media personalities not healthyMike Hosking and Winston Peters: Whose side do you take? Photos / Jason Oxenham
Paul Thomas: Focus on media personalities not healthy
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
Mike Hosking and Winston Peters: Whose side do you take? Photos / Jason Oxenham, Peter de Graaf I suspect many people found themselves on the horns of a dilemma when the Winston Peters-Mike Hosking stoush erupted: whose side should I take or, for... Read more
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Orange County Register
Feds decide Juanenos don't rate recognitionWASHINGTON - The Bureau of Indian Affairs dealt the Juañeno Band of Mission
Feds decide Juanenos don't rate recognition
Orange County Register / Posted 9 days ago
WASHINGTON - The Bureau of Indian Affairs dealt the Juañeno Band of Mission Indians a setback Monday in their continuing uphill battle to become recognized by the federal government as a tribe. The bureau issued a report saying the group did not... Read more
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TribLIVE
Apple Hill Playhouse’s ‘Baby’ reunites veteran Greensburg actorsGreensburg's Dennis “Chip” Kerr and Shirley Ratner are together again in Apple
Apple Hill Playhouse’s ‘Baby’ reunites veteran Greensburg actors
TribLIVE / Posted 10 days ago
Greensburg's Dennis “Chip” Kerr and Shirley Ratner are together again in Apple Hill Playhouse's staging of the Ken Ludwig comedy “Be My Baby.” The veteran actors have played opposite each other in at least eight shows over the years, most recently... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Civil Dockets for Terrebonne Parish: Aug. 18, 2015

CIVIL DOCKETS:

• Defendant: Zechariah Bowman; Plaintiff: Vicki

Civil Dockets for Terrebonne Parish: Aug. 18, 2015
The Houma Courier / Posted 10 days ago

CIVIL DOCKETS:

• Defendant: Zechariah Bowman; Plaintiff: Vicki Pontiff, Breah Pontiff; Damages; $N/A; Entry#174909 on 7/6/2015.

• Defendant: Lonnie Guidry, US Agencies Insurance Co; Plaintiff: LA Farm Bureau Insurance Co, Linda... Read more

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The Daily Comet
Civil Dockets for Terrebonne Parish: Aug. 18, 2015

CIVIL DOCKETS:

• Defendant: Zechariah Bowman; Plaintiff: Vicki

Civil Dockets for Terrebonne Parish: Aug. 18, 2015
The Daily Comet / Posted 10 days ago

CIVIL DOCKETS:

• Defendant: Zechariah Bowman; Plaintiff: Vicki Pontiff, Breah Pontiff; Damages; $N/A; Entry#174909 on 7/6/2015.

• Defendant: Lonnie Guidry, US Agencies Insurance Co; Plaintiff: LA Farm Bureau Insurance Co, Linda... Read more

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The News and Star
Penrith boss Henney disappointed by FA Cup exitLast updated at 12:35, Tuesday, 18 August 2015 Penrith manager Matt Henney was
Penrith boss Henney disappointed by FA Cup exit
The News and Star / Posted 10 days ago
Last updated at 12:35, Tuesday, 18 August 2015 Penrith manager Matt Henney was left frustrated by his side’s inconsistency after their FA Cup exit at the hands of Jarrow Roofing this weekend. Martyn Coleman had given the hosts a second-minute lead... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
A date with rugby stars up for auctionDan Carter and Richie McCaw celebrate after winning the Bledisloe Cup at Eden P
A date with rugby stars up for auction
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
Dan Carter and Richie McCaw celebrate after winning the Bledisloe Cup at Eden Park. Photo / Getty Images Fancy a lunch date with Dan Carter in Paris? How about a bite to eat with Richie McCaw - in a helicopter? These are just some of the... Read more
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New Kerala
US urges Pakistan, Afghanistan to continue peace talks with Taliban The United States has urged Pakistan and Afghanistan to continue to take forw
US urges Pakistan, Afghanistan to continue peace talks with Taliban
New Kerala / Posted 11 days ago
The United States has urged Pakistan and Afghanistan to continue to take forward the process of reconciliation with the Afghan Taliban, with a goal of ending violence in the... Read more
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heraldscotland
'Appin Murder' campaigners told no pardon in historic miscarriage of justice caseOn the afternoon of May 14, 1752, a prominent Hanoverian figure was riding in t
'Appin Murder' campaigners told no pardon in historic miscarriage of justice case
heraldscotland / Posted 11 days ago
On the afternoon of May 14, 1752, a prominent Hanoverian figure was riding in the woods near where the Ballachulish Bridge now stands, when he was shot dead. Colin Campbell of Glenure had been on his way to evict some of the Jacobite Stewart clan... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Student radio recalledJohn Campbell, bless his heart, is a fellow with plenty of fine thoughts. He u
Student radio recalled
Otago Daily Times / Posted 11 days ago
John Campbell, bless his heart, is a fellow with plenty of fine thoughts. He used to talk about them on TV, and he is about to talk about them more on radio, probably along with talking to other people, recording what they say, and broadcasting... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Ambassador Cohen's Take on Babangida, Corruption, Oil MoneyFormer US Assistant Secretary of State on African Affairs Ambassador Herman Coh
Ambassador Cohen's Take on Babangida, Corruption, Oil Money
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
Former US Assistant Secretary of State on African Affairs Ambassador Herman Cohen has written his second book: The Mind of the African Strongman: Conversations with Dictators, Statesmen and Father Figures. Cohen had earlier brokered the... Read more
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Lisbon Morning Journal
Seven names removed from ballotDisqualified, for different reasons, were: Evan Oates, Unity Township trustee;
Seven names removed from ballot
Lisbon Morning Journal / Posted 14 days ago
Disqualified, for different reasons, were: Evan Oates, Unity Township trustee; Karen Dash, Wellsville school board; Brian Cope, Crestview school board; Justin Powers, East Palestine school board; and John Campbell, Beaver Local school board. The... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Five disqualified from November ballotDisqualified, for different reasons, were: Evan Oates, Unity Township trustee;
Five disqualified from November ballot
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 14 days ago
Disqualified, for different reasons, were: Evan Oates, Unity Township trustee; Karen Dash, Wellsville school board; Brian Cope, Crestview school board; Justin Powers, East Palestine school board; and John Campbell, Beaver Local school board. The... Read more
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Salem News
5 candidates disqualified; 2 others pull outDisqualified, for different reasons, were: Evan Oates, Unity Township trustee;
5 candidates disqualified; 2 others pull out
Salem News / Posted 14 days ago
Disqualified, for different reasons, were: Evan Oates, Unity Township trustee; Karen Dash, Wellsville school board; Brian Cope, Crestview school board; Justin Powers, East Palestine school board; and John Campbell, Beaver Local school board. The... Read more
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NZCity
Campbell popular for NZer of the YearJournalist John Campbell has gained nearly half of all nominations for the 2016
Campbell popular for NZer of the Year
NZCity / Posted 14 days ago
Journalist John Campbell has gained nearly half of all nominations for the 2016 New Zealander of the Year. Organisers had received 97 nominations by Friday, with Campbell's nominations accounting for 46 of those, New Zealander of the Year Awards... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Memphis man sentenced in rape of childA Memphis man will face at least 25 years in prison with no parole for raping a
Memphis man sentenced in rape of child
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 14 days ago
A Memphis man will face at least 25 years in prison with no parole for raping a 12-year-old girl, Shelby County Dist. Atty. General Amy Weirich announced Friday. Cordalle Benton, 26, will be sentenced next month by Criminal Court Judge John... Read more
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Business Standard India
IS Afghan operations growing, evolving: USThe extremist group is now considered "operationally emergent," said Brigadier
IS Afghan operations growing, evolving: US
Business Standard India / Posted 15 days ago
The extremist group is now considered "operationally emergent," said Brigadier General Wilson Shoffner, the spokesman for the US-led mission in Afghanistan. "We do have reports of them operating in different part of the country but again not in a... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
2016 New Zealander of the Year Awards UpdateFriday, 14 August 2015, 11:59 amPress Release: New Zealander of the yearThe New
2016 New Zealander of the Year Awards Update
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 15 days ago
Friday, 14 August 2015, 11:59 amPress Release: New Zealander of the yearThe New Zealander of the Year Awards office is pleased to provide the following... Read more
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Orange County Register
O.C.'s tiny islands are in limbo, but senator wants to protect themIt’s hard to imagine a lighthouse atop the white-capped, guano-covered rocks vi
O.C.'s tiny islands are in limbo, but senator wants to protect them
Orange County Register / Posted 16 days ago
It’s hard to imagine a lighthouse atop the white-capped, guano-covered rocks visible from Crescent Bay Point Park in Laguna Beach – home to pelicans, cormorants, sea lions and little else. But in the 1930s that’s exactly what Congress reserved these... Read more
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norwichadvertiser24
Somerset Rebels outgunned by Edinburgh MonarchsSomerset Rebels versus Edinburgh Monarchs action: Picture by Ian Hitchcock Wed
Somerset Rebels outgunned by Edinburgh Monarchs
norwichadvertiser24 / Posted 16 days ago
Somerset Rebels versus Edinburgh Monarchs action: Picture by Ian Hitchcock Wednesday, August 12, 2015 Sky Sports TV brought their cameras to the Oak Tree Arena and recorded a stunning victory.... Read more
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Gisborne Herald
Hosking will have a field day . . .It has been reported that, as a result of the findings about life expectancy in
Hosking will have a field day . . .
Gisborne Herald / Posted 17 days ago
It has been reported that, as a result of the findings about life expectancy in Tairawhiti, “Seven Sharp” is preparing a report about Gisborne. Surely this is the last thing thing Gisborne needs. The past few weeks have produced much reporting of... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Kane Trucking mothballs natural gas trucks after fire, sues makerA truck explosion prompted Kane Freight Lines Inc. to mothball seven natural-ga
Kane Trucking mothballs natural gas trucks after fire, sues maker
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
A truck explosion prompted Kane Freight Lines Inc. to mothball seven natural-gas-powered vehicles and sue Volvo Group North America and others a year after its touted pilot program with the clean-burning tractors. On Jan. 2, one of the trucks began... Read more
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Gwinnett Daily Post
Sisters Cara Reese and Anna Matricardi building new Discovery programs togetherSisters Anna Matricardi and Cara Reese are working together teaching and coachi
Sisters Cara Reese and Anna Matricardi building new Discovery programs together
Gwinnett Daily Post / Posted 17 days ago
Sisters Anna Matricardi and Cara Reese are working together teaching and coaching at the new Discovery High School in Lawrenceville. (Staff Photo: Paul Thomas) LAWRENCEVILLE — At first glance, sisters Anna Matricardi and Cara Reese are nearly... Read more
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KNAC.COM
SUMMER'S LAST STAND Live In Tampa, FL W/Photos!Tuesday, August 11, 2015 @ 4:55 PM Summer's Last Stand Tour Hits Mid Florida Cr
SUMMER'S LAST STAND Live In Tampa, FL W/Photos!
KNAC.COM / Posted 17 days ago
Tuesday, August 11, 2015 @ 4:55 PM Summer's Last Stand Tour Hits Mid Florida Credit Union Amphitheatre- advertisement -All photos by Travis Failey/Rocket Sports & Entertainment The second stop of The Summers Last Stand Tour arrived in Tampa at the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
White men in charge of the message?Rachel Smalley’s criticism of “white men” dominating the New Zealand media has
White men in charge of the message?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 days ago
Rachel Smalley’s criticism of “white men” dominating the New Zealand media has raised a lot of important questions about power, politics and the media. But her “identity politics” arguments have not gone unchallenged. L-R: Duncan Garner, John... Read more
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Gwinnett Daily Post
New year brings new nicknames, logos to some schoolsA sign with the Discovery cluster motto hangs near the cafeteria of Richards Mi
New year brings new nicknames, logos to some schools
Gwinnett Daily Post / Posted 17 days ago
A sign with the Discovery cluster motto hangs near the cafeteria of Richards Middle School. (Staff Photo: Keith Farner) The new logo hangs in the entryway at Richards Middle School. (Staff Photo: Keith Farner) Richards Middle School ordered 150... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Sci-fi show ominous but oh so humanQuality British drama is a counter-balance to TV3’s reality shows Will Tudor s
Sci-fi show ominous but oh so human
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 days ago
Quality British drama is a counter-balance to TV3’s reality shows Will Tudor stars in Humans, which will have viewers hooked from the first episode. This could be TV3's most galling move yet. Just when we all thought it was safe to write the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
White men in charge of the message?Rachel Smalley’s criticism of “white men” dominating the New Zealand media has
White men in charge of the message?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 days ago
Rachel Smalley’s criticism of “white men” dominating the New Zealand media has raised a lot of important questions about power, politics and the media. But her “identity politics” arguments have not gone unchallenged. L-R: Duncan Garner, John... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Former TV3 reporter lands TVNZ top jobSeven Sharp reporter Emma Keeling will head to London later this year as One Ne
Former TV3 reporter lands TVNZ top job
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 days ago
Seven Sharp reporter Emma Keeling will head to London later this year as One News' Europe Correspondent. As former TVNZ reporter Heather du Plessis-Allan makes her debut as TV3's new 7pm host on Story, another star reporter has landed one of TVNZ's... Read more
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Gwinnett Daily Post
Gwinnett County Schools enrollment counts nearly 170,000 studentsAs has been the case in recent years, the initial enrollment count for Gwinnett
Gwinnett County Schools enrollment counts nearly 170,000 students
Gwinnett Daily Post / Posted 17 days ago
As has been the case in recent years, the initial enrollment count for Gwinnett County Public Schools fell nearly 7,000 students short of the district’s summer forecast. The first count, taken on Tuesday on the second day of school, was 169,320... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Beaver Local BOE takes care of last minute businessDuring Monday's meeting, Interim Superintendent Lou Ramunno discussed the break
Beaver Local BOE takes care of last minute business
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 18 days ago
During Monday's meeting, Interim Superintendent Lou Ramunno discussed the break-in that occurred at Beaver Local Middle School this past Thursday. Vandals broke into the gymnasium and stole $200 worth of shirts for the volleyball team, then stole... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Political roundup: White men in charge of the message?Rachel Smalley’s criticism of “white men” dominating the New Zealand media has
Political roundup: White men in charge of the message?
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 18 days ago
Rachel Smalley’s criticism of “white men” dominating the New Zealand media has raised a lot of important questions about power, politics and the media. But her “identity politics” arguments have not gone unchallenged. Who has power in New Zealand... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Lee Suckling: Why we need diversity in NZ mediaL-R: Duncan Garner, John Campbell, Rachel Smalley, Mike Hosking and Guyon Espin
Lee Suckling: Why we need diversity in NZ media
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 days ago
L-R: Duncan Garner, John Campbell, Rachel Smalley, Mike Hosking and Guyon Espiner. The Smalley debate brings up an important issue that New Zealanders have avoided for some time: the importance for diversity in Kiwi media. But empathy for minorities... Read more
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Gwinnett Daily Post
As Gwinnett Schools start school year, Discovery High eclipses enrollment projectionsMalesha Jack looks at a school map on the first day of school at the newest hig
As Gwinnett Schools start school year, Discovery High eclipses enrollment projections
Gwinnett Daily Post / Posted 18 days ago
Malesha Jack looks at a school map on the first day of school at the newest high school in Gwinnett, Discovery High School in Lawrenceville, on Monday. Monday marked the first day of classes for all Gwinnett County Public Schools. (Staff Photo: David... Read more
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FOX 5 Atlanta
Gwinnett debuts new career-focused Discovery High SchoolMore than 2,000 students walked through the doors of Gwinnett County's newest h
Gwinnett debuts new career-focused Discovery High School
FOX 5 Atlanta / Posted 18 days ago
More than 2,000 students walked through the doors of Gwinnett County's newest high school Monday morning. Discovery High School was an old tire warehouse, but the school system bought the building and transformed it into 640,000 square feet of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
How Not to Govern NigeriaThe impunity with which the PDP administration conducted the affairs of Nigeria
How Not to Govern Nigeria
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
The impunity with which the PDP administration conducted the affairs of Nigeria in the six years of Goodluck Jonathan is as horrifying as the colossal failures of that regime. One fact that reigned supreme was the propelling of minor national... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Smalley debate: Radio silence from the 'straight white male broadcasters'Keeping quiet: from left, Mike Hosking, Guyon Espiner and Duncan Garner. Newst
Smalley debate: Radio silence from the 'straight white male broadcasters'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Keeping quiet: from left, Mike Hosking, Guyon Espiner and Duncan Garner. Newstalk ZB host Rachel Smalley says she has been called sexist and sour for calling for more diversity on prime-time radio but the male broadcasters who she says dominate the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
I've been called sexist and sour but I won't back down: we need more women on prime-time radioRachel Smalley says she has no regrets about starting the debate on diversity i
I've been called sexist and sour but I won't back down: we need more women on prime-time radio
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Rachel Smalley says she has no regrets about starting the debate on diversity in radio. Photo / Dean Purcell Should we have the discussion about representation during Prime Time? On Friday, I questioned the lack of diversity in prime time radio -... Read more
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