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DNA Info
Gulp! Bloomberg's Large Soda Ban Fizzlesand capricious," one day before the hotly debated measure was set to go in effe
Gulp! Bloomberg's Large Soda Ban Fizzles
DNA Info / Posted 19 hours ago
and capricious," one day before the hotly debated measure was set to go in effect. New York Supreme Court Justice Milton Tingling said that the city had overstepped it bounds when it imposed the measure, which would have barred all... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Fremont Central Park synthetic turf conversion expected to begin in SeptemberPark to multi-use, synthetic turf. When completed in April 2016, the pitch wil
Fremont Central Park synthetic turf conversion expected to begin in September
Oakland Tribune / Posted 19 hours ago
Park to multi-use, synthetic turf. When completed in April 2016, the pitch will accommodate two soccer fields and the city's first regulation-sized cricket field, according to Roger Ravenstad, Fremont's senior landscape architect. Renovation... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Fremont Central Park synthetic turf conversion expected to begin in SeptemberPark to multi-use, synthetic turf. When completed in April 2016, the pitch wil
Fremont Central Park synthetic turf conversion expected to begin in September
The Fremont Argus / Posted 19 hours ago
Park to multi-use, synthetic turf. When completed in April 2016, the pitch will accommodate two soccer fields and the city's first regulation-sized cricket field, according to Roger Ravenstad, Fremont's senior landscape architect. Renovation... Read more
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The Banks County News
Lula advised to prep for growthThe Lula City Council should be preparing for growth, according to city manager
Lula advised to prep for growth
The Banks County News / Posted 2 days ago
The Lula City Council should be preparing for growth, according to city manager Dennis Bergin. The council and Bergin began discussions on the city’s future goals at its Aug. 21 work session. Bergin said that with a growing population, and an... Read more
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Washington Post
We’ve ignored a reason for homicides of blacks: Look at the enemy within.want to know why there has not been a clear answer given, and that’s not to say
We’ve ignored a reason for homicides of blacks: Look at the enemy within.
Washington Post / Posted 2 days ago
want to know why there has not been a clear answer given, and that’s not to say that there is an easy answer,” D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson (D) told The Washington Post last week. “But first we were told by the mayor that it might be... Read more
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The Courier Mail
City’s worst roads for daily grindbehind the wheel for an extra six hours a year — or almost 10 minutes a week.
City’s worst roads for daily grind
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
behind the wheel for an extra six hours a year — or almost 10 minutes a week. A further 22,000 cars are packing on to the city’s congested roads as the average speed for the drive to work slows to just 27km/h. The biggest traffic snarls have also... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Worst roads in Brisbane for daily grindbehind the wheel for an extra six hours a year — or almost 10 minutes a week.
Worst roads in Brisbane for daily grind
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
behind the wheel for an extra six hours a year — or almost 10 minutes a week. A further 22,000 cars are packing on to the city’s congested roads as the average speed for the drive to work slows to just 27km/h. The biggest traffic snarls have also... Read more
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Brisbane Times
How much Legacy Way shaves travel time on Milton RoadMayor Adrian Schrinner at the tunnel opening. Photo: Legacy Way The opening of
How much Legacy Way shaves travel time on Milton Road
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
Mayor Adrian Schrinner at the tunnel opening. Photo: Legacy Way The opening of the Legacy Way tunnel has cut traffic along Milton Road by 16 per cent, figures show. Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said Brisbane City Council traffic reports had shown the... Read more
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The Huntington Herald-Dispatch
Council to consider annexation Aug. 23, 2015 @ 11:00 PM HUNTINGTON — The annexation of two schools into the
Council to consider annexation
The Huntington Herald-Dispatch / Posted 4 days ago
Aug. 23, 2015 @ 11:00 PM HUNTINGTON — The annexation of two schools into the city limits and emergency funding for a countywide recycling program will top the agenda when Huntington City Council convenes in regular... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Week's top storieswith a developer stating that the five island lots are under contract. But the
Week's top stories
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 5 days ago
with a developer stating that the five island lots are under contract. But the lots aren't for everyone. While they have city infrastructure, including water, septic, electricity, phone service and a fire hydrant, there's not a bridge from the... Read more
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Torontoist
Torontoist Week in Review: August 17-21that you might have missed, or might care to revisit. File photo of Norm Kelly
Torontoist Week in Review: August 17-21
Torontoist / Posted 6 days ago
that you might have missed, or might care to revisit. File photo of Norm Kelly (Ward 40, Scarborough-Agincourt) at a 2015 council meeting. Photo by Giordano Ciampini. A Tired New @Norm-al In the warped funhouse that is #TOpoli, our... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Clean up proposed for empty Gables lotA longtime eyesore in downtown Penticton is going to stay that way for a while
Clean up proposed for empty Gables lot
Penticton Western News / Posted 7 days ago
A longtime eyesore in downtown Penticton is going to stay that way for a while longer. Council voted against a variance that would have allowed the owner of a vacant lot in the 300-block of Main Street clean up the lot and install the basic upgrades... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Public invited to say goodbye to the St. Pete Pier FridayHere's your chance to say goodbye to the St. Petersburg Pier - officially. The
Public invited to say goodbye to the St. Pete Pier Friday
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 8 days ago
Here's your chance to say goodbye to the St. Petersburg Pier - officially. The City of St. Petersburg is celebrating the iconic 42-year-old inverted pyramid as its demolition gets ramped up. The public is invited to attend the "Celebrating the St.... Read more
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Washington City Paper
Packing Heat: A Wave of Gun Crimes and Homicides Tests Bowser Adminthe unintended victim of a Saturday afternoon shootout in Shaw. That’s the kin
Packing Heat: A Wave of Gun Crimes and Homicides Tests Bowser Admin
Washington City Paper / Posted 8 days ago
the unintended victim of a Saturday afternoon shootout in Shaw. That’s the kind of summer the District is having. As the city faces multiple shootings on a single weekday, Bowser and the police are struggling to explain what’s driving the jump... Read more
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Valencia County News-Bulletin
Letters to the Editor ()significant donations from the following merchants: Los Lunas Walmart Distribut
Letters to the Editor ()
Valencia County News-Bulletin / Posted 8 days ago
significant donations from the following merchants: Los Lunas Walmart Distribution Center, Benny’s Mexican Kitchen and Milton Torres of Fiesta Tent Rentals. They have supported us every year for at least 15 years. We served about 200 people at... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Quirk calls for CCC referrals over development adviceLord Mayor Graham Quirk. Photo: Chris Hyde Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has challen
Quirk calls for CCC referrals over development advice
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk. Photo: Chris Hyde Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has challenged Labor councillors to refer council officers to the Crime and Corruption Commission over what appeared to be collusion with a developer to circumvent a local plan in... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Plea for patience as Westgate revamp leads to Primark exitCITY businesses have been told there is “no gain without pain” as traders were
Plea for patience as Westgate revamp leads to Primark exit
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 10 days ago
CITY businesses have been told there is “no gain without pain” as traders were warned they face a challenging two years. Oxford University retail expert Dr Jonathan Reynolds said roadworks, a lack of parking and the redevelopment of the Westgate... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Plea for patience as Westgate revamp leads to Primark exitCITY businesses have been told there is “no gain without pain” as traders were
Plea for patience as Westgate revamp leads to Primark exit
Oxford Mail / Posted 10 days ago
CITY businesses have been told there is “no gain without pain” as traders were warned they face a challenging two years. Oxford University retail expert Dr Jonathan Reynolds said roadworks, a lack of parking and the redevelopment of the Westgate... Read more
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The Huntington Herald-Dispatch
Committee has recycling plans Aug. 18, 2015 @ 12:01 AM HUNTINGTON - The Huntington City Council Finance Co
Committee has recycling plans
The Huntington Herald-Dispatch / Posted 10 days ago
Aug. 18, 2015 @ 12:01 AM HUNTINGTON - The Huntington City Council Finance Committee unanimously approved recommending a plan to the full council that would provide $20,000 to the Cabell County Solid Waste Authority's... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
The latest court results from the St Albans areaof vodka worth £10.39 belonging to Lidl supermarket in Bedford on July 7 2014,
The latest court results from the St Albans area
Herts Advertiser / Posted 11 days ago
of vodka worth £10.39 belonging to Lidl supermarket in Bedford on July 7 2014, breaching a community order imposed at Milton Keynes on November 28 in relation to driving while disqualified, and failing to provide a blood specimen in Milton... Read more
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The Huntington Herald-Dispatch
Funding to save recycling is likely Aug. 15, 2015 @ 12:01 AM HUNTINGTON - The chairman of Huntington City Counci
Funding to save recycling is likely
The Huntington Herald-Dispatch / Posted 13 days ago
Aug. 15, 2015 @ 12:01 AM HUNTINGTON - The chairman of Huntington City Council's administration and finance committee said he believes the group can find the money needed to help a countywide recycling program... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Spring into ACTIONsignifies new beginnings and to an organisation it represents an invitation for
Spring into ACTION
News 24 South Africa / Posted 14 days ago
signifies new beginnings and to an organisation it represents an invitation for YOU to SPRING INTO ACTION – The National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities in South Africa invites you to celebrate a milestone with them in purchasing a... Read more
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Kiama Independent
In case you missed it...would do better to concentrate on the more likely risks posed by the sea such a
In case you missed it...
Kiama Independent / Posted 14 days ago
would do better to concentrate on the more likely risks posed by the sea such as rips. And for Wollongong and Shellharbour councils it is business as usual in relation to sharks. This week 200 North Coast surfers voted for a cull of problem sharks,... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Columbus city council narrows budget deficitThe Columbus city council on Wednesday unanimously approved cuts that will near
Columbus city council narrows budget deficit
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 15 days ago
The Columbus city council on Wednesday unanimously approved cuts that will nearly eliminate the deficit from the city's projected fiscal year 2016 budget. The suggested budget -- first unveiled Monday during a budget meeting -- included $25.06... Read more
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Kiama Independent
In case you missed it...locals to create a high-powered parkour event on the Riversdale grounds as part
In case you missed it...
Kiama Independent / Posted 15 days ago
locals to create a high-powered parkour event on the Riversdale grounds as part of Siteworks 2015 in September. 8.15AM: MILTON - Milton beef producers are making the most of the growing demand for fresh, locally grown meat. Farmers are being... Read more
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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
Highways England tests wireless charging for UK's motorwaysworking with an organisation of Europcar’s calibre will enable E-Car Club to co
Highways England tests wireless charging for UK's motorways
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 16 days ago
working with an organisation of Europcar’s calibre will enable E-Car Club to continue its path to future growth.” London’s City Car Club was also recently acquired by car rental multinational Enterprise, adding to the growing sharing economy... Read more
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The Memphis Daily News
Campaign Strategies Shift As Mayoral Debates Beginhe compared it to the 1991 race for mayor in which Willie Herenton beat Dick Ha
Campaign Strategies Shift As Mayoral Debates Begin
The Memphis Daily News / Posted 16 days ago
he compared it to the 1991 race for mayor in which Willie Herenton beat Dick Hackett by 142 votes – the only time in the city’s mayor-council form of government that an incumbent mayor has lost a re-election bid. Collins promised the election... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Columbus looks to raise workers payColumbus city employees are scheduled to receive a 3-percent pay raise in the u
Columbus looks to raise workers pay
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 17 days ago
Columbus city employees are scheduled to receive a 3-percent pay raise in the upcoming fiscal year. Milton Rawle, the city's chief financial officer, during a budget work session Monday, told councilmen the pay bump is a major item in the proposed... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Quirk quizzed on Cedar WoodsLord Mayor Graham Quirk says the council did "not give assurances to anybody."
Quirk quizzed on Cedar Woods
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 days ago
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says the council did "not give assurances to anybody." Photo: Robert Shakespeare Brisbane City Council's Labor opposition has ramped up the pressure on Lord Mayor Graham Quirk over a series of meetings between his... Read more
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The Huntington Herald-Dispatch
Council looks to save recycling program Aug. 11, 2015 @ 12:01 AM Solid waste authority says $20K needed By BEN FIEL
Council looks to save recycling program
The Huntington Herald-Dispatch / Posted 17 days ago
Aug. 11, 2015 @ 12:01 AM Solid waste authority says $20K needed By BEN FIELDS The Herald-Dispatch befields@herald-dispatch.com HUNTINGTON - Huntington City Council's finance committee will meet sometime... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Strategy for tonight's debate, Wharton makes TV buy, another debate addedGood morning from Memphis, where we’re 58 days from polls opening in the Oct. 8
Strategy for tonight's debate, Wharton makes TV buy, another debate added
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 18 days ago
Good morning from Memphis, where we’re 58 days from polls opening in the Oct. 8 city election… The first of a handful of Memphis mayoral debates is scheduled for tonight, a 7 p.m. affair hosted at the National Civil Rights Museum and broadcast by... Read more
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The Inverness Courier
Revealed: Where your home is most likely to be broken intoCITY centre homes are more than twice as likely to be broken into than ones in
Revealed: Where your home is most likely to be broken into
The Inverness Courier / Posted 19 days ago
CITY centre homes are more than twice as likely to be broken into than ones in any other area of Inverness, new figures have revealed. A breakdown of how many burglaries took place across the region by council ward showed that a total of 51 took... Read more
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The Young Witness
Southern Inlands this week - August 7, 2015and on large town blocks. BRAIDWOOD: You can't hide from Flash Mobs... not eve
Southern Inlands this week - August 7, 2015
The Young Witness / Posted 19 days ago
and on large town blocks. BRAIDWOOD: You can't hide from Flash Mobs... not even in Braidwood. COOMA: Cooma-Monaro Shire Council's recreation and property manager Ross Lawley, South African High Commission Third Secretary Mr Mandla Nkabeni,... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Snow woes for southern travellershas led to the disruption of some Dunedin bus services and prompted cautions on
Snow woes for southern travellers
Otago Daily Times / Posted 19 days ago
has led to the disruption of some Dunedin bus services and prompted cautions on several southern roads. The Dunedin City Council website advises there is widespread snow about the city and conditions are treacherous conditions. Extreme... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Our week behind the lensgirl, flying through the air. Absent from the team is Huon Laurie, Jorg Klein a
Our week behind the lens
Kiama Independent / Posted 21 days ago
girl, flying through the air. Absent from the team is Huon Laurie, Jorg Klein and Clara Dorman. NAROOMA: Eurobodalla Shire Council in partnership with the Dalmeny Kianga Rural Fire Service brigade last Wednesday conducted its third annual burn of... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
City minimum wage hike bad fiscal policyIn September, San Antonio City Council members will consider raising the minimu
City minimum wage hike bad fiscal policy
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 21 days ago
In September, San Antonio City Council members will consider raising the minimum wage for all municipal workers to $13 per hour. This kind of wage hike might make for good politics, but it’s bad fiscal policy and even worse economics. First, let’s... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Whether outside perceptions matter in Memphis election, Nashville votes todayGood morning from Memphis, where we’re 62 days from polls opening in the Oct. 8
Whether outside perceptions matter in Memphis election, Nashville votes today
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 22 days ago
Good morning from Memphis, where we’re 62 days from polls opening in the Oct. 8 city election… Morning update: Memphis Light, Gas & Water reported 26,294 customers without power as of 7:20 a.m. See the outage map here. Outside views: You may have... Read more
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Fredericksburg Standard Radio Post
Daily Update for Thursday, Aug. 6at Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Golf Course will be the topic of a special budge
Daily Update for Thursday, Aug. 6
Fredericksburg Standard Radio Post / Posted 22 days ago
at Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Golf Course will be the topic of a special budget workshop for the Fredericksburg City Council at 5 p.m. tonight in the course's Cardinal Room. Following presentations from golf course management consultants... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Candidates running in nonpartisan races in the Nov. 3 general electionwho won primary races. The list is unofficial until county boards of elections
Candidates running in nonpartisan races in the Nov. 3 general election
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 22 days ago
who won primary races. The list is unofficial until county boards of elections certify the candidates and issues. Each city, village and township position is one to elect and each board of education race is two to elect unless otherwise noted.... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Primary: Seattle's Sawant gets strong primary vote; incumbent Godden may be in troubleSeattle City Council's Kshama Sawant SEATTLE — Socialist City Council member K
Primary: Seattle's Sawant gets strong primary vote; incumbent Godden may be in trouble
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 23 days ago
Seattle City Council's Kshama Sawant SEATTLE — Socialist City Council member Kshama Sawant took a strong lead in her re-election bid while longtime incumbent Jean Godden appeared to be in trouble, initial primary results showed Tuesday. Sawant had... Read more
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Santa Rosa Press Gazette
Council seeks to put Sunday alcohol sales on future ballotIn Monday night’s executive committee meeting, the MiltonCity Council voted to
Council seeks to put Sunday alcohol sales on future ballot
Santa Rosa Press Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
In Monday night’s executive committee meeting, the MiltonCity Council voted to pursue placing an future referendum on Sunday alcohol sales in an upcoming ballot. The issue will be voted upon again by the council members on Tuesday during the... Read more
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CNN
Where no one believes in climate change? (change is real, and we're contributing to it by burning gas for our cars and co
Where no one believes in climate change? (
CNN / Posted 24 days ago
change is real, and we're contributing to it by burning gas for our cars and coal and other fossil fuels to generate electricity. Saying otherwise flies in the face of reality. But out here, where July temperatures hit 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Cedar Woods: Lord Mayor 'did not know' about donationsLord Mayor Graham Quirk says he does not get involved in donations made to the
Cedar Woods: Lord Mayor 'did not know' about donations
Brisbane Times / Posted 24 days ago
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says he does not get involved in donations made to the LNP. Photo: Chris Hyde Brisbane City Council's Labor opposition has forced Lord Mayor Graham Quirk to deny that he was aware of political donations from the developers... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Latest on officer's death, Wharton on the trail, Collins on fire endorsementprayers are with the Bolton family and the Memphis Police Department. People o
Latest on officer's death, Wharton on the trail, Collins on fire endorsement
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 25 days ago
prayers are with the Bolton family and the Memphis Police Department. People often ask me, "How are you going to fix the City of Memphis when elected Mayor." My response is always, "I can... My heart aches for Officer Sean Bolton's family,... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
George SparacinoCounty on Alcoholism; past chairman of the Jefferson Democrat Club of Trumbull
George Sparacino
Tribune Chronicle / Posted 25 days ago
County on Alcoholism; past chairman of the Jefferson Democrat Club of Trumbull County; Charter member of the Warren City Democrats; Democratic Precinct Committeeman Ward 8B 1C and 1G; past President of the Reserve Officers Association,... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Nyoni’s suspension clears the path for Mabuza’s third term bidout to accept the memorandum. Mpumalanga ANC secretary Lucky Ndinisa said the m
Nyoni’s suspension clears the path for Mabuza’s third term bid
News 24 South Africa / Posted 26 days ago
out to accept the memorandum. Mpumalanga ANC secretary Lucky Ndinisa said the marchers would face disciplinary action. City Press understands that Nyoni’s downfall was precipitated by an audio recording that a member allegedly made during a... Read more
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Harrow Times
Protected status for London's British Library, opened in 1997thought and learning." The awarding of Grade I status to the British Library m
Protected status for London's British Library, opened in 1997
Harrow Times / Posted 27 days ago
thought and learning." The awarding of Grade I status to the British Library means it joins Lloyd's of London, in the City of London, as the youngest buildings in England to be listed. British Library chief executive Roly Keating welcomed the... Read more
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This is West Country
Protected status for London's British Library, opened in 1997thought and learning." The awarding of Grade I status to the British Library m
Protected status for London's British Library, opened in 1997
This is West Country / Posted 27 days ago
thought and learning." The awarding of Grade I status to the British Library means it joins Lloyd's of London, in the City of London, as the youngest buildings in England to be listed. British Library chief executive Roly Keating welcomed the... Read more
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Gazette News
Protected status for London's British Library, opened in 1997thought and learning." The awarding of Grade I status to the British Library m
Protected status for London's British Library, opened in 1997
Gazette News / Posted 27 days ago
thought and learning." The awarding of Grade I status to the British Library means it joins Lloyd's of London, in the City of London, as the youngest buildings in England to be listed. British Library chief executive Roly Keating welcomed the... Read more
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Bolton News
Protected status for London's British Library, opened in 1997thought and learning." The awarding of Grade I status to the British Library m
Protected status for London's British Library, opened in 1997
Bolton News / Posted 27 days ago
thought and learning." The awarding of Grade I status to the British Library means it joins Lloyd's of London, in the City of London, as the youngest buildings in England to be listed. British Library chief executive Roly Keating welcomed the... Read more
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