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Romford Recorder
Havering Sports Council reveal finalists Hornchurch cricket captain Roy Smith won the Havering Sports Council's Doug R
Havering Sports Council reveal finalists
Romford Recorder / Posted 8 days ago
Hornchurch cricket captain Roy Smith won the Havering Sports Council's Doug Riden Lifetime Achievement award last year (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO) Upminster Golf Club to stage awards night once... Read more
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Marshalltown Times-Republican
Troy Donovan Roberts, 54Survivors include his significant other, Glendora Mauskemo, of Tama; one daught
Troy Donovan Roberts, 54
Marshalltown Times-Republican / Posted 8 days ago
Survivors include his significant other, Glendora Mauskemo, of Tama; one daughter, Alannah (Kric) Roberts Pettibone, of Black River Falls, WI; step children: Jessica Funmaker, Lance Mauskemo and Eliot Funmaker Jr. and his fine fury friend all at... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Logan Park High School tuning upThe noise of hammering tradesmen will become the "hammer of the gods'' after th
Logan Park High School tuning up
Otago Daily Times / Posted 8 days ago
The noise of hammering tradesmen will become the "hammer of the gods'' after the revamp of a Dunedin school. Logan Park High School deputy principal Peter Hills said the school was getting a "remodel and revamp'' worth nearly $1 million. A new... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Obituary: Formidable campaigner Barbara Gatehouse was a ‘living legend’ in city politicsFORMER Leys councillor Barbara Gatehouse, who has died aged 89, was a Labour st
Obituary: Formidable campaigner Barbara Gatehouse was a ‘living legend’ in city politics
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 days ago
FORMER Leys councillor Barbara Gatehouse, who has died aged 89, was a Labour stalwart and “living legend” with a fierce dedication to her family. She was born Barbara May Whyte on August 21 1926, in the mining village of Pontycymer, South Wales. Mrs... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Portraits in stately home come alive at library presentationThe characters behind some of the portraits at Waddesdon Manor will be the topi
Portraits in stately home come alive at library presentation
Banbury Guardian / Posted 20 days ago
The characters behind some of the portraits at Waddesdon Manor will be the topic of a talk in Adderbury. The Friends of the Community of Adderbury Library will be hosting the talk entitled The Waddesdon ‘IT’ Girls. Waddesdon Manor was built by... Read more

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