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Belfast Telegraph
Trump will make the US a laughing stockintelligent, articulate, considered, statesmanlike, steady and will doubtless b
Trump will make the US a laughing stock
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 hours ago
intelligent, articulate, considered, statesmanlike, steady and will doubtless be sorely missed. Hillary Clinton has to be the only real plausible choice - unless the whole process is abandoned and started again from scratch. JOHN HARRISON By... Read more
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chroniclelive
Dogs sniff out thousands of dodgy cigarettespacks, each containing 200 illegal cigarettes that were hidden in the arms of a
Dogs sniff out thousands of dodgy cigarettes
chroniclelive / Posted 4 days ago
packs, each containing 200 illegal cigarettes that were hidden in the arms of a jacket hanging in a back room. Coun John Harrison, cabinet member for Housing and Transport at North Tyneside Council, said: “I welcome this joint operation... Read more
5d
The North West Star
LNP's Barrett Centre closure inquiry response was in bad tastethe damaging association in times past of mental illness with witchcraft and so
LNP's Barrett Centre closure inquiry response was in bad taste
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
the damaging association in times past of mental illness with witchcraft and sorcery, to depict the inquiry as a "witch hunt" is in dubious taste. Dr John Harrison is senior lecturer in the University of Queensland's School of Communication and Ar... Read more
7d
ScienceBlogs
The Most Impossible Technology From Star Trekwhere technology was widely available and sufficiently advanced to the benefit
The Most Impossible Technology From Star Trek
ScienceBlogs / Posted 7 days ago
where technology was widely available and sufficiently advanced to the benefit of all of humanity. The transporting of John Harrison in Star Trek Into Darkness. Image credit: KANE2026 of scifiempire.net, lifted from the freely available movie... Read more
10d
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Public input needed on Tropicana Field sitegave their input on what they would like to see. “I think we’re going to need
Public input needed on Tropicana Field site
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 10 days ago
gave their input on what they would like to see. “I think we’re going to need more jobs,” said downtown St. Pete resident John Harrison. “We’re going to need a bigger job market. And the more condos and residential buildings (that) arise, we’re... Read more
11d
Shropshire Star
Shropshire Wheelers group in talks to take over bus routes « Shropshire Startown centre on Friday after GHA Coaches went into administration on Wednesday,
Shropshire Wheelers group in talks to take over bus routes « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 11 days ago
town centre on Friday after GHA Coaches went into administration on Wednesday, putting more than 300 jobs at risk. John Harrison from North Salop Wheelers said most of the GHA routes had now been snapped up by other companies, but said his... Read more
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chroniclelive
Metro boss vows there will be no repeat of Great North Run fiasco this yeardoors of Jesmond station will be shut from the start of the race. Chair of the
Metro boss vows there will be no repeat of Great North Run fiasco this year
chroniclelive / Posted 14 days ago
doors of Jesmond station will be shut from the start of the race. Chair of the sub-committee, North Tyneside Councillor John Harrison told Metro bosses “getting it right” for events such as the Airshow and the Great North Run “was so, so... Read more
14d
chad
Sci-fi festival returns to Derby venueas headline guests of honour for its fifth event at QUAD, Derby. The 2016 Gues
Sci-fi festival returns to Derby venue
chad / Posted 14 days ago
as headline guests of honour for its fifth event at QUAD, Derby. The 2016 Guests of Honour are Alastair Reynolds, M John Harrison and Emma Newman, they will be joined by more authors of fantasy, science-fiction and crime for a full day of... Read more
18d
chroniclelive
New £6million flood prevention scheme set to start in North Tyneside - here's how it will affect youPleasant spaces will be created for people to enjoy and these areas will also b
New £6million flood prevention scheme set to start in North Tyneside - here's how it will affect you
chroniclelive / Posted 18 days ago
Pleasant spaces will be created for people to enjoy and these areas will also become a haven for wildlife.” Coun John Harrison, the council’s cabinet member for housing and transport, said: “This important work will provide peace of mind... Read more
24d
chroniclelive
Drivers warned of further delays as Coast Road works resumeeach approach except at Regent Terrace.Traffic on Beach Road, North Shields on
Drivers warned of further delays as Coast Road works resume
chroniclelive / Posted 24 days ago
each approach except at Regent Terrace.Traffic on Beach Road, North Shields on the approach to Billy Mill roundabout Coun John Harrison, North Tyneside Council’s cabinet member for housing and transport, said: “We are investing heavily to keep... Read more
24d
Northern Daily Leader
First gold struck in Bendigo in five yearsin May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s proc
First gold struck in Bendigo in five years
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 24 days ago
in May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s processing plant and GBM chief executive officer John Harrison estimated its value at about $100,000. “That’s purely from cleaning up the machines in the mill,” he... Read more
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The Young Witness
First gold struck in Bendigo in five yearsin May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s proc
First gold struck in Bendigo in five years
The Young Witness / Posted 24 days ago
in May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s processing plant and GBM chief executive officer John Harrison estimated its value at about $100,000. “That’s purely from cleaning up the machines in the mill,” he... Read more
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Western Advocate
First gold struck in Bendigo in five yearsin May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s proc
First gold struck in Bendigo in five years
Western Advocate / Posted 24 days ago
in May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s processing plant and GBM chief executive officer John Harrison estimated its value at about $100,000. “That’s purely from cleaning up the machines in the mill,” he... Read more
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Kiama Independent
First gold struck in Bendigo in five yearsin May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s proc
First gold struck in Bendigo in five years
Kiama Independent / Posted 24 days ago
in May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s processing plant and GBM chief executive officer John Harrison estimated its value at about $100,000. “That’s purely from cleaning up the machines in the mill,” he... Read more
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Manning River Times
First gold struck in Bendigo in five yearsin May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s proc
First gold struck in Bendigo in five years
Manning River Times / Posted 24 days ago
in May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s processing plant and GBM chief executive officer John Harrison estimated its value at about $100,000. “That’s purely from cleaning up the machines in the mill,” he... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
First gold struck in Bendigo in five yearsin May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s proc
First gold struck in Bendigo in five years
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 24 days ago
in May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s processing plant and GBM chief executive officer John Harrison estimated its value at about $100,000. “That’s purely from cleaning up the machines in the mill,” he... Read more
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24d
The North West Star
First gold struck in Bendigo in five yearsin May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s proc
First gold struck in Bendigo in five years
The North West Star / Posted 24 days ago
in May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s processing plant and GBM chief executive officer John Harrison estimated its value at about $100,000. “That’s purely from cleaning up the machines in the mill,” he... Read more
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24d
Daily Liberal
First gold struck in Bendigo in five yearsin May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s proc
First gold struck in Bendigo in five years
Daily Liberal / Posted 24 days ago
in May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s processing plant and GBM chief executive officer John Harrison estimated its value at about $100,000. “That’s purely from cleaning up the machines in the mill,” he... Read more
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The Border Mail
First gold struck in Bendigo in five yearsin May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s proc
First gold struck in Bendigo in five years
The Border Mail / Posted 24 days ago
in May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s processing plant and GBM chief executive officer John Harrison estimated its value at about $100,000. “That’s purely from cleaning up the machines in the mill,” he... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
First gold struck in Bendigo in five yearsin May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s proc
First gold struck in Bendigo in five years
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 24 days ago
in May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s processing plant and GBM chief executive officer John Harrison estimated its value at about $100,000. “That’s purely from cleaning up the machines in the mill,” he... Read more
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The Courier
First gold struck in Bendigo in five yearsin May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s proc
First gold struck in Bendigo in five years
The Courier / Posted 24 days ago
in May. The residual gold was left behind in the previous mine operator’s processing plant and GBM chief executive officer John Harrison estimated its value at about $100,000. “That’s purely from cleaning up the machines in the mill,” he... Read more
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28d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Three million Queenslanders to vote and gobble down 3.5m sausagesmore than $6 million to the state's P&Cs, churches and community groups. Unive
Three million Queenslanders to vote and gobble down 3.5m sausages
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 28 days ago
more than $6 million to the state's P&Cs, churches and community groups. University of Queensland communications expert Dr John Harrison said the election day sausage sizzle was an Aussie institution. "Part of it is the sheer relief of having... Read more
29d
SaukValley.com
Harold E. ‘Gene’ Carrollof 60 years, Frances; nine children, Stephanie (Mark) Mastrogiovanni�of Napervi
Harold E. ‘Gene’ Carroll
SaukValley.com / Posted 29 days ago
of 60 years, Frances; nine children, Stephanie (Mark) Mastrogiovanni�of Naperville, Kathleen Carroll, Ann Prehn, and�Susan (John) Harrison, all of Shorewood, Michael (Gayle) Carroll of Bakersfield, California; Mary (Brett)�Dyche of Ottawa, Patrick... Read more
29d
The Amboy News
Amboy News Harold E. Carroll(Mark) Mastrogiovanni, of Naperville, Kathleen Carroll, of Shorewood, Ann (Stev
Amboy News Harold E. Carroll
The Amboy News / Posted 29 days ago
(Mark) Mastrogiovanni, of Naperville, Kathleen Carroll, of Shorewood, Ann (Steven/deceased) Prehn, of Shorewood, Susan (John) Harrison, of Shorewood, Michael (Gayle) Carroll, of Bakersfield, Calif., Mary (Brett) Dyche, of Ottawa, Patrick... Read more

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