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Express and Star
Fight for Goodyear: Bosses meet with politicians over future of iconic Wolverhampton factory « Express & StarWolverhampton council representatives, city MP Emma Reynolds and others met wit
Fight for Goodyear: Bosses meet with politicians over future of iconic Wolverhampton factory « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted yesterday
Wolverhampton council representatives, city MP Emma Reynolds and others met with senior Goodyear management to discuss the future of the Bushbury Lane plant and its 330 workers. The group is hoping Goodyear bosses will reverse their decision to... Read more
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Express and Star
Wolverhampton among worst in country for filling empty shops « Express & StarAccording to new research from the Local Data Company, Wolverhampton is still o
Wolverhampton among worst in country for filling empty shops « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted yesterday
According to new research from the Local Data Company, Wolverhampton is still one of 20 worst-performing towns and cities nationwide when it comes to void shops. Five years on from the last report by the statistics company, it has fallen behind... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Art seen: September 3''Study of a Samoan Savage'', Yuki Kihara (Blue Oyster Art Project Space) A ne
Art seen: September 3
Otago Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
''Study of a Samoan Savage'', Yuki Kihara (Blue Oyster Art Project Space) A new series of photographic and video works by multidisciplinary artist Yuki Kihara sees the artist continue her exploration of the history of representation in the Pacific... Read more
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Independent
Lord Montagu dead: Fast cars and gay rights – an eclectic life in the public eyeDetermined to avoid being defined by his 1954 ordeal, Edward, 3rd Baron Montagu
Lord Montagu dead: Fast cars and gay rights – an eclectic life in the public eye
Independent / Posted 4 days ago
Determined to avoid being defined by his 1954 ordeal, Edward, 3rd Baron Montagu of Beaulieu, succeeded in becoming better known for founding the National Motor Museum at his stately home of Palace House in Beaulieu, Hampshire. As the chairman of... Read more
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iol.co.za
Workers need more payJohannesburg - Poverty reduction for the lowest-paid workers has hit the kerb i
Workers need more pay
iol.co.za / Posted 6 days ago
Johannesburg - Poverty reduction for the lowest-paid workers has hit the kerb in the past 10 years and much of this is because employers do not pay a living wage, it has been found. The latest research findings also back up other studies that have... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Auckland's best suburban artHundreds of artworks adorn Auckland, highlighting our culture and diversity, fi
Auckland's best suburban art
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
Hundreds of artworks adorn Auckland, highlighting our culture and diversity, finds Sarah Ell. Art is a fundamental part of any great city. On the way to making Auckland a liveable city, Auckland Council has an active public art policy. There are... Read more
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The Irish Times
Meallta agus millte Bíodh ceol maith ann agus tiocfaidh na sluaite Ag féile cheoil Womad na blia
Meallta agus millte
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
Bíodh ceol maith ann agus tiocfaidh na sluaite Ag féile cheoil Womad na bliana seo, i Malmesbury Shasana, bhí mé faoi gheasa, chan amháin ag an cheol, ach ag ceardlanna, bialanna, ollphuball na bpáistí, scannáin, filíocht,... Read more
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herald ie/
The man behind the Crawdaddy and Tripod planning a big comeback with new music venuemusic Businessman and music promoter John Reynolds, the man behind the Crawdad
The man behind the Crawdaddy and Tripod planning a big comeback with new music venue
herald ie/ / Posted 11 days ago
music Businessman and music promoter John Reynolds, the man behind the Crawdaddy and Tripod live venues, has just lodged an application to open a new venue at... Read more
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Express and Star
End of an era for Wolverhampton industrial estate « Express & StarPlans to demolish units at the Tower and Fort Works in Pelham Street, Graiseley
End of an era for Wolverhampton industrial estate « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 14 days ago
Plans to demolish units at the Tower and Fort Works in Pelham Street, Graiseley, which now stand empty but previously hosted the country’s third largest car manufacturer, Clyno, have been approved by the city council. The units now stand empty after... Read more
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Horncastle Today
MOTORCYCLING: Cadwell Classic is hailed a success Giacomo Agostini getting some air on his MV Augusta as he tackles The Mountain
MOTORCYCLING: Cadwell Classic is hailed a success
Horncastle Today / Posted 14 days ago
Giacomo Agostini getting some air on his MV Augusta as he tackles The Mountain at Cadwell Park. Photo: Tim Keeton/Impact Images Mandatory Copyright Notice: Tim Stars of motorcycle racing’s past and... Read more
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Express and Star
Mander Centre sculpture to return to public view « Express & StarRock Form by Barbara Hepworth was the focal point of the Mander Centre's ground
Mander Centre sculpture to return to public view « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 16 days ago
Rock Form by Barbara Hepworth was the focal point of the Mander Centre's ground floor for 47 years until it was removed by owners Royal Bank of Scotland ahead of a planned redevelopment. Campaigners and MPs petitioned RBS to put the sculpture back... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
How High Unemployment Has Eclipsed the Plight of Working PoorBy John Reynolds, Rhodes University and Mike Rogan In the wake of the financia
How High Unemployment Has Eclipsed the Plight of Working Poor
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
By John Reynolds, Rhodes University and Mike Rogan In the wake of the financial crisis and the ensuing period of austerity, there has been a renewed interest in the working poor in developed countries, including the US and the UK. In the US in... Read more
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Express and Star
£483k asbestos bill for Wolverhampton Civic Halls « Express & StarBosses say the potentially toxic material is not and has never been a danger to
£483k asbestos bill for Wolverhampton Civic Halls « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 21 days ago
Bosses say the potentially toxic material is not and has never been a danger to the public and the removal will take place ahead of the planned multi-million pound revamp of the halls. The council will spend £483,000 from the ‘regeneration... Read more
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PhysOrg
Parkes telescope takes on the Roger Federer of spaceCSIRO's Parkes telescope and the Moon. Credit: Seth Shostak Using the moon and
Parkes telescope takes on the Roger Federer of space
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
CSIRO's Parkes telescope and the Moon. Credit: Seth Shostak Using the moon and the GPS system, scientists have turned CSIRO's 64-m Parkes radio telescope in eastern Australia into a new tool for finding the highest-energy particles nature can hurl at... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Traveling through history - the Gettysburg reenactment...and ice creamThere is a superb scorn in its grimly defiant attitude, with its nose in the ai
Traveling through history - the Gettysburg reenactment...and ice cream
Staten Island Advance / Posted 23 days ago
There is a superb scorn in its grimly defiant attitude, with its nose in the air, it appears not so much to threaten the enemy as deride him – Ambrose Bierce What I Saw of Shiloh, writing about the cannon. A few weeks ago my son and I took my father... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Unemployment has eclipsed the plight of South Africa’s working poorIn the US in particular there are concerns about the rising number of people wh
Unemployment has eclipsed the plight of South Africa’s working poor
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 23 days ago
In the US in particular there are concerns about the rising number of people who have two or three different jobs but who still cannot make ends meet. In South Africa, the release of the latest unemployment figures is a reminder that the country has... Read more
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Spalding Today
One-point gap at top to earn summer win WELL DONE: The winners at Spaldings summer AM-AM with ladies captain Chris Vic
One-point gap at top to earn summer win
Spalding Today / Posted 28 days ago
WELL DONE: The winners at Spaldings summer AM-AM with ladies captain Chris Vickers. The summer AM-AM at Spalding attracted a large number of ladies from many different clubs. The ladies played a Stableford... Read more
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Express and Star
Ain't life sweet! New dessert shop takes Wolverhampton by storm « Express & StarWelcome to The Little Dessert Shop, Wolverhampton's newest and most talked-abou
Ain't life sweet! New dessert shop takes Wolverhampton by storm « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 29 days ago
Welcome to The Little Dessert Shop, Wolverhampton's newest and most talked-about destination for those in search of the sweetest of treats. Thousands of people are flocking to the Queen Street shop, with bosses saying they serve between 200 and 300... Read more
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KETV 7 Omaha
Fire damages restaurant in Oakland, IowaA popular eatery on Dr. Van Zee Road in Oakland, Iowa, caught fire early Monday
Fire damages restaurant in Oakland, Iowa
KETV 7 Omaha / Posted 1 months ago
A popular eatery on Dr. Van Zee Road in Oakland, Iowa, caught fire early Monday morning. Pottawattamie County authorities said emergency crews were called to The Buck Snort, shortly before 3 a.m., after heavy smoke was seen coming from the... Read more
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Express and Star
Online cycle store Wiggle creating 140 jobs to open « Express & StarThe company moved its distribution centre to Bilston earlier this year, creatin
Online cycle store Wiggle creating 140 jobs to open « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 1 months ago
The company moved its distribution centre to Bilston earlier this year, creating 140 warehouse roles at its 320,000 sq ft Citadel base.Eighty per cent of the initial workforce have been recruited from the city. Councillor John Reynolds,... Read more

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