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Toowoomba Chronicle
Council cab service just a vote grabRECENTLY it has been reported in the areas concerned that "areas closer to Toow
Council cab service just a vote grab
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 hours ago
RECENTLY it has been reported in the areas concerned that "areas closer to Toowoomba city will benefit from the Toowoomba Regional Council's subsidised cab service". Mayor Paul Antonio is quoted as saying that this council cab service will be... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Yonkers
Yonkers Residents Complain About Police Captain ReassignmentYONKERS, N.Y. -- Some Yonkers residents and officials are questioning a decisio
Yonkers Residents Complain About Police Captain Reassignment
The Daily Voice - Yonkers / Posted 2 days ago
YONKERS, N.Y. -- Some Yonkers residents and officials are questioning a decision to move police Capt. Robert Itzla, who has been commander of the 1st Precinct, to work in the city jail, according to a report from News 12. The fact that many... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Dramatic halt to NI ‘gay cake’ legal battle | Irish Examiner Thursday, February 04, 2016 An appeal by Christian bakers
Dramatic halt to NI ‘gay cake’ legal battle
Irish Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
| Irish Examiner Thursday, February 04, 2016 An appeal by Christian bakers at the centre of the so-called “gay cake” discrimination battle has been adjourned... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ashers bakery couple: God will give us strength to keep going McArthurs speak out after cake case legal appeal is stalled by Attorney Gener
Ashers bakery couple: God will give us strength to keep going
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
McArthurs speak out after cake case legal appeal is stalled by Attorney General’s intervention Daniel and Amy McArthur outside courtGareth Lee, whose complaint led to the Equality... Read more
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express
'Gay cake' row halted over legal fears AN appeal by Christian bakers at the centre of a row over a “gay cake” was dr
'Gay cake' row halted over legal fears
express / Posted 4 days ago
AN appeal by Christian bakers at the centre of a row over a “gay cake” was dramatically halted today. The McArthur's, right, refused to bake a pro gay rights cake for activist Gareth lee in 2014 The legal... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ashers appeal against 'gay cake' ruling dramatically adjourned after intervention by Attorney General Larkin By Claire Williamson and Alan Erwin Daniel and Amy McArthur, of Ashers Bakin
Ashers appeal against 'gay cake' ruling dramatically adjourned after intervention by Attorney General Larkin
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
By Claire Williamson and Alan Erwin Daniel and Amy McArthur, of Ashers Baking Company, outside Belfast High CourtGeneral manager of Ashers... Read more
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Christian Today
Ashers Bakery appeal suspended after dramatic interventionThe 'gay cake' case has been dramatically adjourned following a last minute int
Ashers Bakery appeal suspended after dramatic intervention
Christian Today / Posted 4 days ago
The 'gay cake' case has been dramatically adjourned following a last minute intervention from Northern Ireland's Attorney General. Ashers Bakery, owned by the McArthur family, was appealing a ruling after they refused to produce a cake with a... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Judges shelve 'gay cake' case appeal after intervention from Attorney General Daniel and Amy McArthur, of Ashers Baking Company, outside Belfast High Court
Judges shelve 'gay cake' case appeal after intervention from Attorney General
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Daniel and Amy McArthur, of Ashers Baking Company, outside Belfast High CourtGay rights activist Gareth Lee leaving Belfast County Court An appeal by Christian bakers at... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ashers appeal against 'gay cake' ruling dramatically adjourned after intervention by Attorney GeneralVideo: The Ashers bakery appeal case has been dramatically adjourned today fo
Ashers appeal against 'gay cake' ruling dramatically adjourned after intervention by Attorney General
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Video: The Ashers bakery appeal case has been dramatically adjourned today following intervention by the Attorney General. John Larkin QC's lawyer... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Judges shelve 'gay cake' case appeal after intervention from Attorney GeneralAn appeal by Christian bakers at the centre of the so-called "gay cake" discrim
Judges shelve 'gay cake' case appeal after intervention from Attorney General
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
An appeal by Christian bakers at the centre of the so-called "gay cake" discrimination battle has been adjourned for three months. It follows a last minute intervention by Northern Ireland's top legal advisor John Larkin QC. Last year Ashers Baking... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Judges shelve 'gay cake' case appeal after intervention from Attorney GeneralAn appeal by Christian bakers at the centre of the so-called "gay cake" discrim
Judges shelve 'gay cake' case appeal after intervention from Attorney General
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
An appeal by Christian bakers at the centre of the so-called "gay cake" discrimination battle has been adjourned for three months. It follows a last minute intervention by Northern Ireland's top legal advisor John Larkin QC. Last year Ashers Baking... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Judges shelve 'gay cake' case appeal after intervention from Attorney GeneralAn appeal by Christian bakers at the centre of the so-called "gay cake" discrim
Judges shelve 'gay cake' case appeal after intervention from Attorney General
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
An appeal by Christian bakers at the centre of the so-called "gay cake" discrimination battle has been adjourned for three months. It follows a last minute intervention by Northern Ireland's top legal advisor John Larkin QC. Last year Ashers Baking... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Judges shelve 'gay cake' case appeal after intervention from Attorney GeneralAn appeal by Christian bakers at the centre of the so-called "gay cake" discrim
Judges shelve 'gay cake' case appeal after intervention from Attorney General
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
An appeal by Christian bakers at the centre of the so-called "gay cake" discrimination battle has been adjourned for three months. It follows a last minute intervention by Northern Ireland's top legal advisor John Larkin QC. Last year Ashers Baking... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Judges shelve 'gay cake' case appeal after intervention from Attorney GeneralAn appeal by Christian bakers at the centre of the so-called "gay cake" discrim
Judges shelve 'gay cake' case appeal after intervention from Attorney General
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
An appeal by Christian bakers at the centre of the so-called "gay cake" discrimination battle has been adjourned for three months. It follows a last minute intervention by Northern Ireland's top legal advisor John Larkin QC. Last year Ashers Baking... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Christian bakery discrimination appeal dramatically haltedA high profile appeal by Christian bakers who were found to have discriminated
Christian bakery discrimination appeal dramatically halted
Streatham Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
A high profile appeal by Christian bakers who were found to have discriminated against a gay customer has been dramatically halted to facilitate an intervention by Northern Ireland's top legal adviser. Attorney General John Larkin QC has made a... Read more
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Bury Times
Christian bakery discrimination appeal dramatically haltedA high profile appeal by Christian bakers who were found to have discriminated
Christian bakery discrimination appeal dramatically halted
Bury Times / Posted 4 days ago
A high profile appeal by Christian bakers who were found to have discriminated against a gay customer has been dramatically halted to facilitate an intervention by Northern Ireland's top legal adviser. Attorney General John Larkin QC has made a... Read more
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Gazette
Christian bakery discrimination appeal dramatically haltedA high profile appeal by Christian bakers who were found to have discriminated
Christian bakery discrimination appeal dramatically halted
Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
A high profile appeal by Christian bakers who were found to have discriminated against a gay customer has been dramatically halted to facilitate an intervention by Northern Ireland's top legal adviser. Attorney General John Larkin QC has made a... Read more
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U TV
Appeal over gay cake ruling dramatically haltedThe Christian bakery’s challenge to the ruling had been listed for a two-day he
Appeal over gay cake ruling dramatically halted
U TV / Posted 4 days ago
The Christian bakery’s challenge to the ruling had been listed for a two-day hearing and was due to get underway on Wednesday. The company is seeking to overturn the verdict over its refusal to make a cake with a pro-gay marriage slogan. However a... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Christian bakery discrimination appeal dramatically halted Daniel and Amy McArthur, of Ashers Baking Company, outside Belfast High Court
Christian bakery discrimination appeal dramatically halted
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Daniel and Amy McArthur, of Ashers Baking Company, outside Belfast High CourtGay rights activist Gareth Lee leaving Belfast County Court A high profile appeal by Christian bakers who were... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ashers appeal live: Appeal against 'gay cake' ruling dramatically adjourned after intervention by Attorney General Larkin By Claire Williamson and Alan Erwin Daniel and Amy McArthur, of Ashers Bakin
Ashers appeal live: Appeal against 'gay cake' ruling dramatically adjourned after intervention by Attorney General Larkin
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
By Claire Williamson and Alan Erwin Daniel and Amy McArthur, of Ashers Baking Company, outside Belfast High CourtGeneral... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Christian bakery discrimination appeal dramatically haltedA high profile appeal by Christian bakers who were found to have discriminated
Christian bakery discrimination appeal dramatically halted
Croydon Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
A high profile appeal by Christian bakers who were found to have discriminated against a gay customer has been dramatically halted to facilitate an intervention by Northern Ireland's top legal adviser. Attorney General John Larkin QC has made a... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Officer who threatened to arrest judge in court may face contempt charge after The Attorney General has cleared the first stage in his bid to have a serving
Officer who threatened to arrest judge in court may face contempt charge after
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
The Attorney General has cleared the first stage in his bid to have a serving policeman punished for allegedly threatening to arrest one of Northern Ireland's most senior... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
No justice from David Ford when it comes to abortion Justice Minister David Ford Just when it seemed the abortion situation in No
No justice from David Ford when it comes to abortion
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
Justice Minister David Ford Just when it seemed the abortion situation in Northern Ireland couldn't get any worse up pops David Ford to add his two cents to the village tombola. Let's just take... Read more
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York Daily Record
GraduatesYork Adams Academy dual diploma graduates for January are Gina Rose Britt, Kaci
Graduates
York Daily Record / Posted 10 days ago
York Adams Academy dual diploma graduates for January are Gina Rose Britt, Kacie A. Kornbau and Tyler C. Sacks, all of Central York School District; Daniel Joseph DiPietro, Bailey Alexander Hayhurst and Cheyanne Renee Morris, all of Conewago Valley... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission set for abortion law battle A public body is poised to challenge all appeals to a High Court ruling that
Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission set for abortion law battle
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
A public body is poised to challenge all appeals to a High Court ruling that found Northern Ireland's abortion law is incompatible with human rights. The Northern Ireland Human... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ford to appeal amid fears High Court ruling could mean abortion on demand David Ford is appealing against the ruling Stormont's Justice Minister is to
Ford to appeal amid fears High Court ruling could mean abortion on demand
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
David Ford is appealing against the ruling Stormont's Justice Minister is to appeal against a landmark High Court ruling on Northern Ireland's restrictive abortion laws amid... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Judge hits out at soldiers' silence on SAS shootings Soldier witnesses who could help an inquest into a suspected SAS shoot to kil
Judge hits out at soldiers' silence on SAS shootings
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
Soldier witnesses who could help an inquest into a suspected SAS shoot to kill in the grounds of a Londonderry hospital are unwilling to make statements, lawyers said Soldier witnesses who could... Read more
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U TV
Ford appeals High Court ruling on abortion lawsThe landmark ruling declared elements of the current law incompatible with huma
Ford appeals High Court ruling on abortion laws
U TV / Posted 11 days ago
The landmark ruling declared elements of the current law incompatible with human rights legislation. It has potentially paved the way for change in the ban on terminations for women in cases of rape, incest, or fatal foetal abnormality. David Ford... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Justice Minister David Ford to appeal against High Court ruling on abortion laws David Ford is appealing against the ruling Stormont's Justice Minister is to
Justice Minister David Ford to appeal against High Court ruling on abortion laws
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
David Ford is appealing against the ruling Stormont's Justice Minister is to appeal against a landmark High Court ruling on Northern Ireland's restrictive abortion... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Judge questions silence of soldier witnesses over SAS 'shoot-to-kill' deaths SAS witnesses are understood to be reluctant to give evidence Soldier witnes
Judge questions silence of soldier witnesses over SAS 'shoot-to-kill' deaths
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
SAS witnesses are understood to be reluctant to give evidence Soldier witnesses who could help an inquest into a suspected SAS shoot to kill in the grounds of a... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
New court showdown on abortion law in Northern Ireland as Attorney General lodges appeal Law chief in challenge to ruling our legislation is contrary to human rights
New court showdown on abortion law in Northern Ireland as Attorney General lodges appeal
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
Law chief in challenge to ruling our legislation is contrary to human rights Northern Ireland Attorney General John Larkin is leading the challenge to the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
North's Attorney General lodges appeal over abortion ruling | Irish Examiner Monday, January 25, 2016 - 07:45 pm The North's Attorney
North's Attorney General lodges appeal over abortion ruling
Irish Examiner / Posted 13 days ago
| Irish Examiner Monday, January 25, 2016 - 07:45 pm The North's Attorney General has lodged an appeal against a High Court... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland Attorney General lodges appeal over abortion ruling Northern Ireland Attorney General John Larkin is leading the challenge to the
Northern Ireland Attorney General lodges appeal over abortion ruling
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Northern Ireland Attorney General John Larkin is leading the challenge to the judge's ruling Northern Ireland's Attorney General has lodged an appeal against a High Court ruling... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
PPS revisit 1988 file on soldier who killed Aidan McAnespie in Tyrone The decision not to prosecute a soldier who shot dead a man as he walked thro
PPS revisit 1988 file on soldier who killed Aidan McAnespie in Tyrone
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
The decision not to prosecute a soldier who shot dead a man as he walked through an Army checkpoint is to be reviewed The decision not to prosecute a soldier who shot dead a man... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Lord Chief Justice to meet victims' families in inquests review Members of the Fox family pictured with their legal team The Lord Chief Just
Lord Chief Justice to meet victims' families in inquests review
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
Members of the Fox family pictured with their legal team The Lord Chief Justice is to meet with all victims' families next month as part of his review of legacy inquests. It will be... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Authorities to review decision not to prosecute in Aidan McAnespie case | Irish Examiner Thursday, January 21, 2016 - 11:53 am The decision not to
Authorities to review decision not to prosecute in Aidan McAnespie case
Irish Examiner / Posted 17 days ago
| Irish Examiner Thursday, January 21, 2016 - 11:53 am The decision not to prosecute a soldier who shot... Read more
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U TV
Review into decision not to prosecute soldierAidan McAnespie, who was 23, was killed while walking through an Army checkpoin
Review into decision not to prosecute soldier
U TV / Posted 17 days ago
Aidan McAnespie, who was 23, was killed while walking through an Army checkpoint in Aughnacloy, Co Tyrone, in February 1988. He was on his way to a local GAA club when he was shot by the Grenadier Guardsman, who claimed his hands were wet and his... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Prosecutors to review no-charge decision over man shot dead by soldier Aidan McAnespie was killed in Aughnacloy, Co Tyrone, in February 1988 The de
Prosecutors to review no-charge decision over man shot dead by soldier
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
Aidan McAnespie was killed in Aughnacloy, Co Tyrone, in February 1988 The decision not to prosecute a soldier who shot dead a man as he walked through an Army checkpoint in... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Army may have shot Belfast boy Patrick Crawford while he walked through hospital grounds, court told By Lesley-Anne McKeown A teenager shot in the grounds of a Belfast hospital
Army may have shot Belfast boy Patrick Crawford while he walked through hospital grounds, court told
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
By Lesley-Anne McKeown A teenager shot in the grounds of a Belfast hospital over 40 years ago may have been killed by a soldier, a Coroner's Court... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Teenager 'may have been shot dead by soldier in 1975' A preliminary hearing was held in Belfast's Laganside court A teenager shot
Teenager 'may have been shot dead by soldier in 1975'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
A preliminary hearing was held in Belfast's Laganside court A teenager shot outside a Belfast hospital over 40 years ago may have been killed by a soldier, a coroners' court has heard. Patrick... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
Analysts see upside for CSX after stock dropMonday, January 18, 11:42 AM EST It�s apparently not a well-known fact and CSX
Analysts see upside for CSX after stock drop
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 20 days ago
Monday, January 18, 11:42 AM EST It�s apparently not a well-known fact and CSX Corp. Chief Executive Officer Michael Ward admitted even he was unaware of that before his company switched its stock listing last month from the NYSE to Nasdaq. He... Read more
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U TV
Policeman case referred to Attorney GeneralThomas Anthony Carlin was due to go on trial on Monday for contempt of court ov
Policeman case referred to Attorney General
U TV / Posted 20 days ago
Thomas Anthony Carlin was due to go on trial on Monday for contempt of court over his approach to Lord Justice Gillen. But having listening to a recording of the incident, another High Court judge informed him that the matter has been referred to... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Policeman Anthony Carlin to be prosecuted by Attorney General over alleged threat to senior judge The officer has denied wrongdoing. A serving policeman who allegedly threate
Policeman Anthony Carlin to be prosecuted by Attorney General over alleged threat to senior judge
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
The officer has denied wrongdoing. A serving policeman who allegedly threatened to arrest one of Northern Ireland's most senior judges is set to be... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Doctors covered up Brian Magill's death, widow Bernie tells coroner Bernie Magill at a previous court hearingBrian Magill A widow has accused le
Doctors covered up Brian Magill's death, widow Bernie tells coroner
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
Bernie Magill at a previous court hearingBrian Magill A widow has accused leading doctors of covering up mistakes that allegedly led to her husband's controversial hospital... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
'Closure' for family of firefighter Joe McCloskey 13 years after death Widow Marie McCloskeyMarie's husband JoeAn excerpt of the letter from the Att
'Closure' for family of firefighter Joe McCloskey 13 years after death
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
Widow Marie McCloskeyMarie's husband JoeAn excerpt of the letter from the Attorney General The family of a firefighter who died after falling through the roof of a burning... Read more

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