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Forsyth County News
Milton joins county teams in new region with familiar face at the helmis a breast cancer survivor. So is Donna, his sister-in-law. So is Caroline, hi
Milton joins county teams in new region with familiar face at the helm
Forsyth County News / Posted 12 minutes ago
is a breast cancer survivor. So is Donna, his sister-in-law. So is Caroline, his mother. His late grandmother, Louise, also survived the same disease. The tattoo on the inside of his right arm is an over-sized pink ribbon. You can see... Read more
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The Inyo Register
July 31)Colombian-French composer and educator (b. 1971) 2013 – Fred Taylor, American
July 31)
The Inyo Register / Posted 2 hours ago
Colombian-French composer and educator (b. 1971) 2013 – Fred Taylor, American football player and coach (b. 1920) 2014 – Louise Abeita, Isleta Pueblo (Native American) writer, poet, and educator (b. 1926) 2014 – Dan Borislow, American... Read more
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The Maui News
Pet of the WeekDo you like affectionate and outgoing kitties? Then you really gotta stop by an
Pet of the Week
The Maui News / Posted 2 hours ago
Do you like affectionate and outgoing kitties? Then you really gotta stop by and ask to meet me, Louise, No. 33. I'm a friendly and fun 1-year-old spayed female who's just looking for a new BFF. With my big sparkling eyes and cool tortoiseshell coat,... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Golf LeaguesBrenda Knipe 48, Laurie Beaton 49, Jillian Dahlberg 49, Jenna Head 49, Kathy Ah
Golf Leagues
The Post-Journal / Posted 3 hours ago
Brenda Knipe 48, Laurie Beaton 49, Jillian Dahlberg 49, Jenna Head 49, Kathy Ahlstrom 50, Kay Johnson 50, Jody Lehman 50, Louise Bakewell 51, Tonie Wirsen 52, Pat Ruttenbur 52, Cindy Janson 52, Wendy Spencer 52, Heidi Brooks 53, Lorraine Steen 53,... Read more
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Daily Journal
Supreme Court may be converting on religionlatest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a
Supreme Court may be converting on religion
Daily Journal / Posted 4 hours ago
latest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a right to impose your views on others," Louise Melling, deputy legal director at the American Civil Liberties Union, says. She sees the court's recent actions as... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Supreme Court may be converting on religionlatest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a
Supreme Court may be converting on religion
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 4 hours ago
latest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a right to impose your views on others," Louise Melling, deputy legal director at the American Civil Liberties Union, says. She sees the court's recent actions as... Read more
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4h
Daily Record
Supreme Court may be converting on religionlatest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a
Supreme Court may be converting on religion
Daily Record / Posted 4 hours ago
latest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a right to impose your views on others," Louise Melling, deputy legal director at the American Civil Liberties Union, says. She sees the court's recent actions as... Read more
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4h
Calgary Sun
Stroke and cancer survivor to longboard across Canada to help othersHarrison's ride and have been helping him get back on his board. Harrison will
Stroke and cancer survivor to longboard across Canada to help others
Calgary Sun / Posted 4 hours ago
Harrison's ride and have been helping him get back on his board. Harrison will start riding again on Aug. 2 from Lake Louise and will board 1260 km to Victoria with his father, Michael Floyd. People can donate to Harrison's ride and the Heart... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Supreme Court may be converting on religionlatest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a
Supreme Court may be converting on religion
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
latest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a right to impose your views on others," Louise Melling, deputy legal director at the American Civil Liberties Union, says. She sees the court's recent actions as... Read more
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Daily Record
Glass attack victim tells how she was almost blindedA WOMAN has told of the horrific moment she had a pint glass thrust in her face
Glass attack victim tells how she was almost blinded
Daily Record / Posted 4 hours ago
A WOMAN has told of the horrific moment she had a pint glass thrust in her face after a row over a chair in a packed bar. Louise Cairney was enjoying a night out in the centre of Glasgow when she was left scarred by the vicious attack. Customer... Read more
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York Daily Record
Supreme Court may be converting on religionlatest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a
Supreme Court may be converting on religion
York Daily Record / Posted 4 hours ago
latest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a right to impose your views on others," Louise Melling, deputy legal director at the American Civil Liberties Union, says. She sees the court's recent actions as... Read more
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Salem News
Salem Community Foundation awards scholarshipsto the wishes of the donors. Included are the funds of George Theiss, Paul and
Salem Community Foundation awards scholarships
Salem News / Posted 5 hours ago
to the wishes of the donors. Included are the funds of George Theiss, Paul and Olive Astry, J. G. Smith, Zella Litty, Louise Bunn, Salem Scholarship Fund, Freda Sweitzer Legacy, R. B. McArtor, C. Harold Musser, Ethel Beall, Anna Thomas, F. R.... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Supreme Court may be converting on religionlatest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a
Supreme Court may be converting on religion
Detroit Free Press / Posted 5 hours ago
latest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a right to impose your views on others," Louise Melling, deputy legal director at the American Civil Liberties Union, says. She sees the court's recent actions as... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Clifton native Michele Cervone (1953-2016); Amelia Earhart expert lived for her heroflew across the Atlantic. “Michele was such a giving person — she shared so mu
Clifton native Michele Cervone (1953-2016); Amelia Earhart expert lived for her hero
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 5 hours ago
flew across the Atlantic. “Michele was such a giving person — she shared so much of herself, and her intelligence,” said Louise Foudray, the museum caretaker. “I had so many plans for her.” On July 18, two days after the festival, Ms. Cervone... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflictbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflict
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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The North West Star
Status Quambyand Kolt Ferguson, second Colin Ferguson and Kenny Daniels. Breakaway roping w
Status Quamby
The North West Star / Posted 7 hours ago
and Kolt Ferguson, second Colin Ferguson and Kenny Daniels. Breakaway roping winner was Kelly-Jo Litchfield, second Louise Wilde, third Raetta Harrison. Calf roping winner was Colin Ferguson, second Scott Clinch, third was Kolt... Read more
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The North West Star
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflictbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflict
The North West Star / Posted 7 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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7h
Daily Liberal
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflictbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflict
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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7h
The Border Mail
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflictbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflict
The Border Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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7h
Illawarra Mercury
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflictbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflict
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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7h
The Courier
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflictbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflict
The Courier / Posted 7 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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7h
Northern Daily Leader
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflictbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflict
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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7h
The Young Witness
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflictbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflict
The Young Witness / Posted 7 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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8h
Rappler
Lauren Rosales: Don't remember her as the girl killed in a jeepjust a statistic in unexplained killings in the Philippines. “Hindi siya yung
Lauren Rosales: Don't remember her as the girl killed in a jeep
Rappler / Posted 8 hours ago
just a statistic in unexplained killings in the Philippines. “Hindi siya yung tipikal na masasama na lang sa statistics,” Louise Nacorda, one of Lauren’s best friends, told Rappler. "Ayaw namin na maaalala siya bilang ‘yung [babaeng] nabaril sa... Read more
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Western Advocate
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflictbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflict
Western Advocate / Posted 8 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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8h
Manning River Times
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflictbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflict
Manning River Times / Posted 8 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflictbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflict
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 8 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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9h
Kiama Independent
Why kangaroo meat is dividing the nationbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Why kangaroo meat is dividing the nation
Kiama Independent / Posted 9 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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9h
Access Hollywood
Watch Style Expert Louise Roe Get Ready For Her Wedding!Summer wedding season is in full swing now, but we are looking to the future as
Watch Style Expert Louise Roe Get Ready For Her Wedding!
Access Hollywood / Posted 9 hours ago
Summer wedding season is in full swing now, but we are looking to the future as style expert and "Front Roe" author Louise Roe gets ready for her own big day -- and takes Access Hollywood along for the ride! More Videos... Read more
9h
Herald Sun
Bruce’s 50 must-see Rio momentsseat stadium on the golden sands of Copa. Matches will be played under lights a
Bruce’s 50 must-see Rio moments
Herald Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
seat stadium on the golden sands of Copa. Matches will be played under lights at midnight. Aussies Taliqua Clancy and Louise Bawden are our best hopes. Days 3-16: women’s gold medal match Thursday 18 August 11am, men’s gold Friday 19 August... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Bruce’s 50 must-see Rio momentsseat stadium on the golden sands of Copa. Matches will be played under lights a
Bruce’s 50 must-see Rio moments
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 hours ago
seat stadium on the golden sands of Copa. Matches will be played under lights at midnight. Aussies Taliqua Clancy and Louise Bawden are our best hopes. Days 3-16: women’s gold medal match Thursday 18 August 11am, men’s gold Friday 19 August... Read more
4 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
Why kangaroo meat is dividing the nationbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Why kangaroo meat is dividing the nation
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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Perth Now
Bruce’s 50 must-see Rio momentsseat stadium on the golden sands of Copa. Matches will be played under lights a
Bruce’s 50 must-see Rio moments
Perth Now / Posted 9 hours ago
seat stadium on the golden sands of Copa. Matches will be played under lights at midnight. Aussies Taliqua Clancy and Louise Bawden are our best hopes. Days 3-16: women’s gold medal match Thursday 18 August 11am, men’s gold Friday 19 August... Read more
4 related stories
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Adelaide Now
Bruce’s 50 must-see Rio momentsseat stadium on the golden sands of Copa. Matches will be played under lights a
Bruce’s 50 must-see Rio moments
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 hours ago
seat stadium on the golden sands of Copa. Matches will be played under lights at midnight. Aussies Taliqua Clancy and Louise Bawden are our best hopes. Days 3-16: women’s gold medal match Thursday 18 August 11am, men’s gold Friday 19 August... Read more
4 related stories
9h
The Courier Mail
Bruce’s 50 must-see Rio momentsseat stadium on the golden sands of Copa. Matches will be played under lights a
Bruce’s 50 must-see Rio moments
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
seat stadium on the golden sands of Copa. Matches will be played under lights at midnight. Aussies Taliqua Clancy and Louise Bawden are our best hopes. Days 3-16: women’s gold medal match Thursday 18 August 11am, men’s gold Friday 19 August... Read more
4 related stories
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Supreme Court may be converting on religionlatest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a
Supreme Court may be converting on religion
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 12 hours ago
latest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a right to impose your views on others," Louise Melling, deputy legal director at the American Civil Liberties Union, says. She sees the court's recent actions as... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why kangaroo meat is dividing the nationbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Why kangaroo meat is dividing the nation
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Number 6: Val Adamssupportive as well." There are two constants in Adams career personnel. The fi
Number 6: Val Adams
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
supportive as well." There are two constants in Adams career personnel. The first is her "Lou-li-belle", physiotherapist Louise Johnson. She has often given Adams the support and physical motivation to keep competing. The second are the fans... Read more
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Wise County Messenger
Colton Pease6 ounces and was 21 inches long. Colton has one brother, Riley, 7; and one sis
Colton Pease
Wise County Messenger / Posted 15 hours ago
6 ounces and was 21 inches long. Colton has one brother, Riley, 7; and one sister, Audrey, 9. Grandfather is Michael Duane Pease of Fort Worth. Great-grandparents are Eddie and Julia Hall of Boyd. Great-great grandmother is Louise Pitts of... Read more
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16h
Horse and Hound
David Simpson wins Queen Elizabeth II cup at Hicksteadprocess. The Irish rider took the feature class on Chessy 17 today (30 July),
David Simpson wins Queen Elizabeth II cup at Hickstead
Horse and Hound / Posted 16 hours ago
process. The Irish rider took the feature class on Chessy 17 today (30 July), two weeks before he weds fellow showjumper Louise Pavitt. The combination jumped one of only three double clears, in 47.85 seconds, two seconds faster than... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Police deal with three collisions Friday afternoonon the sidewalk when it struck the vehicle. The cyclist experienced minor injur
Police deal with three collisions Friday afternoon
Brandon Sun / Posted 16 hours ago
on the sidewalk when it struck the vehicle. The cyclist experienced minor injuries. The third accident happened when one vehicle failed to yield to another at 13th Street East and Louise Avenue East. One of the two drivers sustained minor inju... Read more
18h
Illawarra Mercury
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflictbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Kangaroo meat puts commercial industry and animal welfare groups into conflict
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 18 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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The Atlantic
What We're Reading This Summerstrange, dangerous, and lonely place, written by a murderer’s row of contributo
What We're Reading This Summer
The Atlantic / Posted 18 hours ago
strange, dangerous, and lonely place, written by a murderer’s row of contributors including Richard Ford, Wallace Stegner, Louise Erdrich, Raymond Carver, and Dianna Osanna. Here, the West comes at you sideways—there are no John Waynes, and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why kangaroo meat is dividing the nationbut dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and the
Why kangaroo meat is dividing the nation
Canberra Times / Posted 19 hours ago
but dependent on their mothers – should be shot. "It's a gruesome fate and these joeys are seen as collateral damage," Louise Boronyak says. The manager of THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at the University of Technology, Sydney, she says... Read more
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19h
USA Today
Supreme Court may be converting on religionlatest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a
Supreme Court may be converting on religion
USA Today / Posted 19 hours ago
latest responses please liberal groups. "Religious liberty doesn’t give you a right to impose your views on others," Louise Melling, deputy legal director at the American Civil Liberties Union, says. She sees the court's recent actions as... Read more
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21h
The Irish Times
Judging the childless: ‘When I say I've no kids, people look at me sadly’condition that prevented me from doing so.”Radiate dislike Even the happily cou
Judging the childless: ‘When I say I've no kids, people look at me sadly’
The Irish Times / Posted 21 hours ago
condition that prevented me from doing so.”Radiate dislike Even the happily coupled-up aren’t let off the hook, as Dubliner Louise Gleeson (46) attests: “Maybe I just radiate my dislike, but I don’t get asked very often about why I don’t have... Read more
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The News and Star
Five million tune in to see Alexis Conran crowned Celebrity MasterChef championfive million people watched Alexis Conran triumph in Celebrity MasterChef 2016.
Five million tune in to see Alexis Conran crowned Celebrity MasterChef champion
The News and Star / Posted 21 hours ago
five million people watched Alexis Conran triumph in Celebrity MasterChef 2016. The actor and TV presenter beat finalists Louise Minchin and Jimmy Osmond after a final challenge and tense cook-off. The BBC One show was watched by 4.9 million... Read more
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The News and Star
Alexis Conran 'so very happy' after winning Celebrity MasterChef 2016is revelling in becoming a "champion" after winning Celebrity MasterChef 2016.
Alexis Conran 'so very happy' after winning Celebrity MasterChef 2016
The News and Star / Posted 21 hours ago
is revelling in becoming a "champion" after winning Celebrity MasterChef 2016. The actor and TV presenter beat finalists Louise Minchin and Jimmy Osmond after a final challenge and tense cook-off. Conran said: "I can't believe it, I have been... Read more
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22h
Daily Mirror
Watch exclusive trailer of World Cup '66 Live celebrating 50 years since successto reliving some of the classic moments from that incredible day.” The event w
Watch exclusive trailer of World Cup '66 Live celebrating 50 years since success
Daily Mirror / Posted 22 hours ago
to reliving some of the classic moments from that incredible day.” The event will be hosted by BBC anchors Jeremy Vine and Louise Minchin, and musicians involved will include the legendary British blues vocalist Chris Farlowe, The Troggs, Reef... Read more
22h
News.com.au
‘Bears, bears, bears’: Aussie couple’s epic North American road tripJoel on the adventure of a lifetime. IF you’re looking for a trip of a differe
‘Bears, bears, bears’: Aussie couple’s epic North American road trip
News.com.au / Posted 22 hours ago
Joel on the adventure of a lifetime. IF you’re looking for a trip of a different kind, pay attention. Aussie couple Jamie-Louise Saunders and Joel Wilkosz have just completed an epic 9000km road trip across North America, and it was full of... Read more
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