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Scoop.co.nz
Headaches of Empire: Brexit’s Effect on the United Statesto Rome having faithful Greeks in its foreign policy. The point had been made b
Headaches of Empire: Brexit’s Effect on the United States
Scoop.co.nz / Posted an hour ago
to Rome having faithful Greeks in its foreign policy. The point had been made by former British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan during the North African campaigns of the Second World War. Britons would become the modern Greeks of future US... Read more
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The Manila Times
Lesson from Brexit – don’t rush into federalismdecision. Back to piracy? Such is the apparent apprehension about the vote’s e
Lesson from Brexit – don’t rush into federalism
The Manila Times / Posted 11 hours ago
decision. Back to piracy? Such is the apparent apprehension about the vote’s economic consequences that Professor Margaret Macmillan, professor of international history and warden of St. Antony’s College at Oxford University, for one, asks in a... Read more
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Hunts Post
Gwen turns her passion into pounds after raising money for the Macmillan centre Gwen King (centre) hands over a cheque for £1000 from her card sales, At the
Gwen turns her passion into pounds after raising money for the Macmillan centre
Hunts Post / Posted 15 hours ago
Gwen King (centre) hands over a cheque for £1000 from her card sales, At the Woodlands Centre to (left) Lynda Hall, Macmillan Lead Nurse, and (right) Donna Atkin,... Read more
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Scotsman
Comedian Bruce Morton weaves a tale about Paisley’s historic strikefinished product, the employers insisted that the weavers should pay for it the
Comedian Bruce Morton weaves a tale about Paisley’s historic strike
Scotsman / Posted 16 hours ago
finished product, the employers insisted that the weavers should pay for it themselves. . Renfrewshire Council leader Mark Macmillan said: “Paisley has strong links with radicalism – having been a hotbed of early trade unionism.” It was, he added,... Read more
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Daily Mail
GIRL ABOUT GLASTONBURY: The new queen of rock!another version of Stephen Ward – but we have some young people working on the
GIRL ABOUT GLASTONBURY: The new queen of rock!
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
another version of Stephen Ward – but we have some young people working on the show and they did not even know who [Harold] Macmillan was! Andrew Lloyd Webber reveals to me that he has been secretly remaking his huge West End flop. MOST WATCHED... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Granniesengages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Grannies
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
engages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of knocking people down a peg or two, teachers, parents, it's a way of bonding with your peers." Charlie and the War Against the Grannies. By Alan Brough. Macmillan. $14.... Read more
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The Young Witness
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Granniesengages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Grannies
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
engages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of knocking people down a peg or two, teachers, parents, it's a way of bonding with your peers." Charlie and the War Against the Grannies. By Alan Brough. Macmillan. $14.... Read more
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Western Advocate
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Granniesengages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Grannies
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
engages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of knocking people down a peg or two, teachers, parents, it's a way of bonding with your peers." Charlie and the War Against the Grannies. By Alan Brough. Macmillan. $14.... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Granniesengages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Grannies
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
engages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of knocking people down a peg or two, teachers, parents, it's a way of bonding with your peers." Charlie and the War Against the Grannies. By Alan Brough. Macmillan. $14.... Read more
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Manning River Times
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Granniesengages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Grannies
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
engages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of knocking people down a peg or two, teachers, parents, it's a way of bonding with your peers." Charlie and the War Against the Grannies. By Alan Brough. Macmillan. $14.... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Granniesengages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Grannies
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
engages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of knocking people down a peg or two, teachers, parents, it's a way of bonding with your peers." Charlie and the War Against the Grannies. By Alan Brough. Macmillan. $14.... Read more
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The North West Star
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Granniesengages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Grannies
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
engages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of knocking people down a peg or two, teachers, parents, it's a way of bonding with your peers." Charlie and the War Against the Grannies. By Alan Brough. Macmillan. $14.... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Granniesengages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Grannies
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
engages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of knocking people down a peg or two, teachers, parents, it's a way of bonding with your peers." Charlie and the War Against the Grannies. By Alan Brough. Macmillan. $14.... Read more
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The Border Mail
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Granniesengages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Grannies
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
engages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of knocking people down a peg or two, teachers, parents, it's a way of bonding with your peers." Charlie and the War Against the Grannies. By Alan Brough. Macmillan. $14.... Read more
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The Courier
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Granniesengages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of
Alan Brough's Charlie and the War Against the Grannies
The Courier / Posted yesterday
engages them. "I think kids respond to humour, particularly when it's a way of knocking people down a peg or two, teachers, parents, it's a way of bonding with your peers." Charlie and the War Against the Grannies. By Alan Brough. Macmillan. $14.... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
With one vote, Britain has overturned the basis of 60 years of European statecraftThe prize was so great that three Prime Ministers from both big parties – Macmi
With one vote, Britain has overturned the basis of 60 years of European statecraft
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
The prize was so great that three Prime Ministers from both big parties – Macmillan, Harold Wilson and Edward Heath - doggedly pursued the goal of taking Britain into Europe. The first two were thwarted by Charles de Gaulle’s vetoes in 1963 and 1967... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
How Britain negotiated its entry to the EEC – then failed to play its part1960s to join the Common Market had been fairly disastrous. I never really unde
How Britain negotiated its entry to the EEC – then failed to play its part
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
1960s to join the Common Market had been fairly disastrous. I never really understood why the then UK prime minister Harold Macmillan’s famous discussion with President De Gaulle in 1963 led to the result it did. There are many reasons for believing... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Legion members starting 100-mile march in memory of Somme victimsof the Somme. The group from Dromore, Co Down, is using the event to raise fun
Legion members starting 100-mile march in memory of Somme victims
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
of the Somme. The group from Dromore, Co Down, is using the event to raise funds for the Northern Ireland Poppy Appeal and Macmillan Cancer Support, as well as to commemorate the tens of thousands of lives lost in one of the most important battles... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Troubadour Vince taking his trusty guitar on 252 mile fundraising walk along the PenninesPennines Mark Robinson, from Willow Property Management, with Vince Gregory, w
Troubadour Vince taking his trusty guitar on 252 mile fundraising walk along the Pennines
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted yesterday
Pennines Mark Robinson, from Willow Property Management, with Vince Gregory, who is walking 252 miles in the Pennies for MacMillan Cancer and the Riversdale Centre in Thetford. As an acting and guitar teacher, performing comes as easy to Vince... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Police blotter -- Reports filed June 16 through June 22-- 10:11 p.m., 305 Eastwood Road.

Friday, June 17

Police blotter -- Reports filed June 16 through June 22
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 2 days ago
-- 10:11 p.m., 305 Eastwood Road.

Friday, June 17

Coroner call -- 6:44 a.m., 928 N. Macmillan Ave.

Theft of four tires -- 8:50 a.m., 4937 Red Heart Drive.

Theft of Canon EOS Rebel camera and Canon... Read more

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The Wilmington Star-News
Police blotter -- Reports filed June 16 through June 22-- 10:11 p.m., 305 Eastwood Road.

Friday, June 17

Police blotter -- Reports filed June 16 through June 22
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 2 days ago
-- 10:11 p.m., 305 Eastwood Road.

Friday, June 17

Coroner call -- 6:44 a.m., 928 N. Macmillan Ave.

Theft of four tires -- 8:50 a.m., 4937 Red Heart Drive.

Theft of Canon EOS Rebel camera and Canon... Read more

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AFC Bournemouth
AFC Business auctioning two pieces of memorabilia for Macmillan Cancer SupportThe Cherries’ business club have put together a team of 16 to take on the Macmi
AFC Business auctioning two pieces of memorabilia for Macmillan Cancer Support
AFC Bournemouth / Posted 2 days ago
The Cherries’ business club have put together a team of 16 to take on the Macmillan Dorset Bike Ride on Saturday 2nd July 2016. Those taking part in the event are invited to ride distances between 10-100 miles, and the AFC Business team are hoping... Read more
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express
Cameron now finds himself joining the ranks of Tory PMs brought down by Europesteered an often reluctant party towards a compassionate "One Nation" Toryism m
Cameron now finds himself joining the ranks of Tory PMs brought down by Europe
express / Posted 2 days ago
steered an often reluctant party towards a compassionate "One Nation" Toryism modelled on the creed of his hero Harold Macmillan and tried to bring some optimism to the Tory brand with his pledge to "let sunshine win the day". It may have been... Read more
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Spalding Today
‘Hat’s’ the way to raise cash for charitythe Springfields Events Centre looks to have raised up to £15,000 and the organ
‘Hat’s’ the way to raise cash for charity
Spalding Today / Posted 2 days ago
the Springfields Events Centre looks to have raised up to £15,000 and the organisers are splitting the money evenly between Macmillan Cancer Support and Action Medical Research. Three Alices: Poppy Skipper, Alice Patrick, Sophie Neal... Read more
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Greenwich Time
How to get published: presentation at librarycareer includes executive positions at ten of the major book publishers - Doubl
How to get published: presentation at library
Greenwich Time / Posted 2 days ago
career includes executive positions at ten of the major book publishers - Doubleday, St. Martin’s Press, Scholastic, Macmillan, Scribner’s, Little, Brown & Company and more. Her experience encompasses editorial, art/production, subsidiary... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Portland Thorns' fan support stands alone in women's soccerwomen's soccer program into a national powerhouse, helping to launch the career
Portland Thorns' fan support stands alone in women's soccer
OregonLive.com / Posted 2 days ago
women's soccer program into a national powerhouse, helping to launch the careers of stars Tiffeny Milbrett, Shannon MacMillan and Christine Sinclair, and drawing sellout crowds to Merlo Field. "Ever since my days at UP, soccer, especially... Read more
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Darien News-Review
How to get published: presentation at librarycareer includes executive positions at ten of the major book publishers - Doubl
How to get published: presentation at library
Darien News-Review / Posted 2 days ago
career includes executive positions at ten of the major book publishers - Doubleday, St. Martin’s Press, Scholastic, Macmillan, Scribner’s, Little, Brown & Company and more. Her experience encompasses editorial, art/production, subsidiary... Read more
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New Kerala
In the jaundiced world-view of British fiction, Brexit was preordained ( - newkerala.com #81288by France's Charles De Gaulle in 1963, dealing a major blow to the career of th
In the jaundiced world-view of British fiction, Brexit was preordained ( - newkerala.com #81288
New Kerala / Posted 2 days ago
by France's Charles De Gaulle in 1963, dealing a major blow to the career of then Conservative Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. It was only in 1973 that it got in (under Edward Heath, another Conservative) but never seemed to have been... Read more
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Bury Free Press
INTERVIEW: Bury St Edmunds MP Jo Churchill reflects on her first yearBury St Edmunds MP Jo Churchill joined the ‘bright star’ of Westminster for the
INTERVIEW: Bury St Edmunds MP Jo Churchill reflects on her first year
Bury Free Press / Posted 2 days ago
Bury St Edmunds MP Jo Churchill joined the ‘bright star’ of Westminster for the annual parliamentary tug of war in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support. In her maiden speech, the Labour MP, who was elected at the same time as Mrs Churchill, said ‘far... Read more
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The New Statesman
Boris Johnson is trying to pretend that nothing bad has happenedis broken by a foreign policy disaster that changes the course of British polic
Boris Johnson is trying to pretend that nothing bad has happened
The New Statesman / Posted 2 days ago
is broken by a foreign policy disaster that changes the course of British policy for decades. After Eden came Harold Macmillan, another Etonian who went onto to study Classics at Oxford. As Anthony Sampson, Macmillan’s biographer, wrote, he... Read more
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Breitbart
Independence Day: David Cameron Is Ruinedhis comeuppance. And of course I see your point. Cameron was definitely a Prim
Independence Day: David Cameron Is Ruined
Breitbart / Posted 2 days ago
his comeuppance. And of course I see your point. Cameron was definitely a Prime Minister in the wet Edward Heath/Harold Macmillan mould. ‘Yes, dear boy, just trust the running of the country to your plummy-voiced betters. We’ll know what to do.’... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Oscar Pistorius's shot at redemptionevents that led up to Steenkamp's death. The production companies have acquire
Oscar Pistorius's shot at redemption
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 2 days ago
events that led up to Steenkamp's death. The production companies have acquired the film and documentary rights from Pan Macmillan SA for Mandy Wiener and Barry Bateman's book on Pistorius, Behind the Door, on which the documentary will be... Read more
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PhysOrg
Chemists join forces to develop cheap, complementary method for classic reactionmethods. "What we bring to the table in this paper is a completely new mechani
Chemists join forces to develop cheap, complementary method for classic reaction
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
methods. "What we bring to the table in this paper is a completely new mechanism to perform this reaction," said David W. MacMillan, the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Chemistry and a corresponding author on the... Read more
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The New Statesman
How Lenin the chicken began his reign of terrorcarer-friendly communities. This was supported by seven key charities: Age UK,
How Lenin the chicken began his reign of terror
The New Statesman / Posted 3 days ago
carer-friendly communities. This was supported by seven key charities: Age UK, Carers UK, Carers Trust, Independence Age, Macmillan Cancer Support, the MS Society, and the MND Association. I spoke with Barbara Keeley, Labour’s Shadow Minister for... Read more
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Northern Echo
New service to help tackle cancer fearsfor anyone with questions or concerns about cancer, is staffed by two cancer in
New service to help tackle cancer fears
Northern Echo / Posted 3 days ago
for anyone with questions or concerns about cancer, is staffed by two cancer information specialists funded by the charity Macmillan Cancer Support. People will be able to pick up booklets, leaflets and other sources of information free of charge,... Read more
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The New Statesman
Who cares for the carers? The forgotten people our society relies on everydaycarer-friendly communities. This was supported by seven key charities: Age UK,
Who cares for the carers? The forgotten people our society relies on everyday
The New Statesman / Posted 3 days ago
carer-friendly communities. This was supported by seven key charities: Age UK, Carers UK, Carers Trust, Independence Age, Macmillan Cancer Support, the MS Society, and the MND Association. I spoke with Barbara Keeley, Labour’s Shadow Minister for... Read more
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The New Statesman
What would really happen to the Calais “Jungle” camp if the UK leaves the EU?carer-friendly communities. This was supported by seven key charities: Age UK,
What would really happen to the Calais “Jungle” camp if the UK leaves the EU?
The New Statesman / Posted 3 days ago
carer-friendly communities. This was supported by seven key charities: Age UK, Carers UK, Carers Trust, Independence Age, Macmillan Cancer Support, the MS Society, and the MND Association. I spoke with Barbara Keeley, Labour’s Shadow Minister for... Read more
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The Hill
With Democrats' sit-in, time for breaking rules has arrivedcareful not to set a precedent that will be difficult to return from, we should
With Democrats' sit-in, time for breaking rules has arrived
The Hill / Posted 3 days ago
careful not to set a precedent that will be difficult to return from, we should also remember what Henry David Thoreau said: "The hero obeys his own law." Rosenfeld is an educator and historian who has done work for Scribner, Macmillan and Newsw... Read more
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Al.com
Check your Amazon account: You may have a creditis providing the credit for those who purchased Kindle books from Hachette, Har
Check your Amazon account: You may have a credit
Al.com / Posted 3 days ago
is providing the credit for those who purchased Kindle books from Hachette, HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Penguin or MacMillan. The settlement is related to a 2012 case where the Department of Justice accused Apple and the publishers of... Read more
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Northern Echo
Five friends from Wensleydale village take on Yorkshire Three Peaks and 100 mile bike ride for cancer charityus, and there will be a village party for our return on Sunday with bands and a
Five friends from Wensleydale village take on Yorkshire Three Peaks and 100 mile bike ride for cancer charity
Northern Echo / Posted 3 days ago
us, and there will be a village party for our return on Sunday with bands and a barbecue.” The team is raising money for Macmillan Cancer Care, Great North Yorkshire Air Ambulance and Low Mill Outdoor Centre in Askrigg. The target of £5,000 has... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Peabody Gives The Story Behind The Boneskids all about Oahu, one of the Hawaiian Islands, he said. Next stop was the w
Peabody Gives The Story Behind The Bones
New Haven Independent / Posted 3 days ago
kids all about Oahu, one of the Hawaiian Islands, he said. Next stop was the wide expanse of grass in front of the current MacMillan Center at about the midpoint of Hillhouse. This was the site of the home of Benjamin Silliman, Yale’s pioneering... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Specialism has gone the way of the dinosaurs — flexibility is the name of the game of modern AFL footyprominent attacking traits to their game. Heath Shaw, Jasper Pittard, Brodie Sm
Specialism has gone the way of the dinosaurs — flexibility is the name of the game of modern AFL footy
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
prominent attacking traits to their game. Heath Shaw, Jasper Pittard, Brodie Smith, Nathan Wilson, Matthew Boyd and Jamie Macmillan are all defenders and are all in the top-20 in meters gained in the competition. Furthermore, defenders Eric... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Pub run and cycle raises over £2K for national charitiesbicycle outside several Brackley pubs, running between each one to complete his
Pub run and cycle raises over £2K for national charities
Banbury Guardian / Posted 3 days ago
bicycle outside several Brackley pubs, running between each one to complete his challenge. He raised more than £2,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support and Young Minds, a charity which helps to improve the emotional wellbeing and mental health of... Read more
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heraldscotland
Joey Barton: Scott Brown and I will get on fine because we're both Rangers menpeople coming in at a bit more money than him after he has carried Celtic for s
Joey Barton: Scott Brown and I will get on fine because we're both Rangers men
heraldscotland / Posted 3 days ago
people coming in at a bit more money than him after he has carried Celtic for so long. Ask Mulgrew about that one.Murray Macmillan I think a bit of banter is great and I think that these two will get on after Brown gets over losing a couple of... Read more
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Perth Now
AFL TEAMS: Will Hawks risk Hodge?S. Thompson, M. Firrito, B. McKenzie HB: S. Atley, R. Tarrant, S. Gibson C: F
AFL TEAMS: Will Hawks risk Hodge?
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
S. Thompson, M. Firrito, B. McKenzie HB: S. Atley, R. Tarrant, S. Gibson C: F. Ray, A. Swallow, J. Macmillan HF: N. Dal Santo, B. Brown, B. Harvey F: L. Thomas, D. Petrie, M. Wood Foll: T. Goldstein, B. Cunnington, J.... Read more
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Herald Sun
AFL TEAMS: Will Hawks risk Hodge?S. Thompson, M. Firrito, B. McKenzie HB: S. Atley, R. Tarrant, S. Gibson C: F
AFL TEAMS: Will Hawks risk Hodge?
Herald Sun / Posted 3 days ago
S. Thompson, M. Firrito, B. McKenzie HB: S. Atley, R. Tarrant, S. Gibson C: F. Ray, A. Swallow, J. Macmillan HF: N. Dal Santo, B. Brown, B. Harvey F: L. Thomas, D. Petrie, M. Wood Foll: T. Goldstein, B. Cunnington, J.... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
AFL TEAMS: Will Hawks risk Hodge?P. Seedsman B: S. Thompson, M. Firrito, B. McKenzie HB: S. Atley, R. Tarrant,
AFL TEAMS: Will Hawks risk Hodge?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
P. Seedsman B: S. Thompson, M. Firrito, B. McKenzie HB: S. Atley, R. Tarrant, S. Gibson C: F. Ray, A. Swallow, J. Macmillan HF: N. Dal Santo, B. Brown, B. Harvey F: L. Thomas, D. Petrie, M. Wood Foll: T. Goldstein, B. Cunnington, J.... Read more
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Adelaide Now
AFL TEAMS: Will Hawks risk Hodge?S. Thompson, M. Firrito, B. McKenzie HB: S. Atley, R. Tarrant, S. Gibson C: F
AFL TEAMS: Will Hawks risk Hodge?
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 days ago
S. Thompson, M. Firrito, B. McKenzie HB: S. Atley, R. Tarrant, S. Gibson C: F. Ray, A. Swallow, J. Macmillan HF: N. Dal Santo, B. Brown, B. Harvey F: L. Thomas, D. Petrie, M. Wood Foll: T. Goldstein, B. Cunnington, J.... Read more
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The Courier Mail
AFL TEAMS: Will Hawks risk Hodge?P. Seedsman B: S. Thompson, M. Firrito, B. McKenzie HB: S. Atley, R. Tarrant,
AFL TEAMS: Will Hawks risk Hodge?
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
P. Seedsman B: S. Thompson, M. Firrito, B. McKenzie HB: S. Atley, R. Tarrant, S. Gibson C: F. Ray, A. Swallow, J. Macmillan HF: N. Dal Santo, B. Brown, B. Harvey F: L. Thomas, D. Petrie, M. Wood Foll: T. Goldstein, B. Cunnington, J.... Read more
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The Washington Times
Anti-fracking movement reeling as ‘scare tactics’ fail to resonateexplains why EPA chose to run with the controversial and unsupported headline,”
Anti-fracking movement reeling as ‘scare tactics’ fail to resonate
The Washington Times / Posted 3 days ago
explains why EPA chose to run with the controversial and unsupported headline,” Food & Water Watch senior researcher Hugh MacMillan said in a June 14 statement. “Now, the EPA has some explaining to do.” Kathleen Sgamma, Western Energy Alliance... Read more
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