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News Mail
Not Now Darling... play opens tomorrowFINAL touches are being made to the upmarket fur salon of Bodley, Bodley and Cr
Not Now Darling... play opens tomorrow
News Mail / Posted 14 days ago
FINAL touches are being made to the upmarket fur salon of Bodley, Bodley and Crouch, the fictional setting for the hysterical Ray Cooney and John Chapman farce Not Now Darling, which opens at the Playhouse Theatre tomorrow at 7.30pm. Audiences are... Read more
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Northern Star
School plant science awards enlightens studentsSchool students from around Australia have been recognised for their efforts at
School plant science awards enlightens students
Northern Star / Posted 15 days ago
School students from around Australia have been recognised for their efforts at the Hermitage Research Facility Schools Plant Science Competition awards ceremony held in Warwick. Department of Agriculture and Fisheries competition organiser Kerrie... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
School plant science awards enlightens studentsSchool students from around Australia have been recognised for their efforts at
School plant science awards enlightens students
The Daily Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
School students from around Australia have been recognised for their efforts at the Hermitage Research Facility Schools Plant Science Competition awards ceremony held in Warwick. Department of Agriculture and Fisheries competition organiser Kerrie... Read more
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Queensland Times
School plant science awards enlightens studentsSchool students from around Australia have been recognised for their efforts at
School plant science awards enlightens students
Queensland Times / Posted 15 days ago
School students from around Australia have been recognised for their efforts at the Hermitage Research Facility Schools Plant Science Competition awards ceremony held in Warwick. Department of Agriculture and Fisheries competition organiser Kerrie... Read more
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15d
The Morning Bulletin
School plant science awards enlightens studentsSchool students from around Australia have been recognised for their efforts at
School plant science awards enlightens students
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 15 days ago
School students from around Australia have been recognised for their efforts at the Hermitage Research Facility Schools Plant Science Competition awards ceremony held in Warwick. Department of Agriculture and Fisheries competition organiser Kerrie... Read more
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15d
News Mail
School plant science awards enlightens studentsSchool students from around Australia have been recognised for their efforts at
School plant science awards enlightens students
News Mail / Posted 15 days ago
School students from around Australia have been recognised for their efforts at the Hermitage Research Facility Schools Plant Science Competition awards ceremony held in Warwick. Department of Agriculture and Fisheries competition organiser Kerrie... Read more
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Daily Examiner
School plant science awards enlightens studentsSchool students from around Australia have been recognised for their efforts at
School plant science awards enlightens students
Daily Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
School students from around Australia have been recognised for their efforts at the Hermitage Research Facility Schools Plant Science Competition awards ceremony held in Warwick. Department of Agriculture and Fisheries competition organiser Kerrie... Read more
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20d
Squawka
Round-Up: Big Chelsea Transfer Getting Close, €30m Deal Agreed, Midfielder Arriving In Italy ShortlyChelsea are wound up in yet more controversy with their manager, Jose Mourinho,
Round-Up: Big Chelsea Transfer Getting Close, €30m Deal Agreed, Midfielder Arriving In Italy Shortly
Squawka / Posted 20 days ago
Chelsea are wound up in yet more controversy with their manager, Jose Mourinho, condemning the club’s medical staff for their actions against Chelsea. The Blues have only made two signings this summer so the Portuguese tactician may well be busy in... Read more
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guardian-series
'I don't like free riders'- E11 Bid director after sending bailiffs to collect controversial levyAttempts to take the tables and chairs out of a restaurant which had refused to
'I don't like free riders'- E11 Bid director after sending bailiffs to collect controversial levy
guardian-series / Posted 23 days ago
Attempts to take the tables and chairs out of a restaurant which had refused to pay a controversial business levy has been defended as 'standard practise' by the E11 Bid director. Today, (August 11) E11 Bid director Fawaad Shaikh hit back at the... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
VA Lawmakers to Discuss Congressional Redistricting Next WeekVirginia lawmakers are scheduled to convene for a special session in a week. T
VA Lawmakers to Discuss Congressional Redistricting Next Week
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 23 days ago
Virginia lawmakers are scheduled to convene for a special session in a week. The General Assembly will be addressing the commonwealth's congressional map, which judges have ruled is illegally-drawn in one district. The courts have said the... Read more
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Daily Star
Legal aid splurge on killers: £29,000 for guilty pleaSADISTIC: Joanne Dennehy killed three men before racking up nearly £30,000 wort
Legal aid splurge on killers: £29,000 for guilty plea
Daily Star / Posted 25 days ago
SADISTIC: Joanne Dennehy killed three men before racking up nearly £30,000 worth of legal fees Joanne Dennehy, who murdered three men in a ten-day killing spree, had a defence team which cost £29,048. She was said to be driven by a “sadistic lust”... Read more
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Aylesbury Today
Court round- Shoplifter stole food from budget supermarket AldiA man who stole £41 worth of food from budget supermarket Aldi features in this
Court round- Shoplifter stole food from budget supermarket Aldi
Aylesbury Today / Posted 27 days ago
A man who stole £41 worth of food from budget supermarket Aldi features in this week’s bumper round-up from Aylesbury Magistrates’ Court. DARREN PAUL MARTIN, 46, of Towersey Way, Aylesbury. 1) On June 5 stole food items worth £41 from Aldi,... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
SC’s Tershy takes 4th in title defense at Van Doren InviteHundreds gather at Main Beach in Santa Cruz on Saturday to make the mile-long s
SC’s Tershy takes 4th in title defense at Van Doren Invite
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
Hundreds gather at Main Beach in Santa Cruz on Saturday to make the mile-long swim around the Santa Cruz Municipal Wharf during the annual Roughwater Swim. (Kevin Johnson -- Santa Cruz Sentinel) Santa Cruz skateboarder Raven Tershy fell short of... Read more

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