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A weekend of fires in the Columbia Shuswap Regional District got off to an early start Friday afternoon in Malakwa. Firefighters were surprised to discover a report of a commercial structure fire in...
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2014/04/10 07:58
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Cunupia businessman Ganesh Mahase was on Tuesday slapped with $800 in fines after pleading guilty to having eight agoutis in captivity at his home. Mahase, owner of Gems Bar, Cunupia, pleaded guilty...
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2014/04/10 07:57
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Twenty schools from across T&T will participate in a competition which challenges students to construct and design a model for a system that will enhance water conservation methods. The Water and...
2014/04/09 08:30
2014/04/09 08:30
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Swakopmund Matters, an environmental lobby based at the coast has supported the recent moratorium on marine phosphate mining imposed by Cabinet saying the moratorium was not a law and said the...
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2014/04/02 14:00
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BY ANDREW SMITH BANNER STAFF LISTOWEL – Residents in the community are taking legal action against a proposed wind energy project for North Perth and Perth East in hopes of keeping the development...
2014/04/01 13:57
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SINGAPORE: The Public Accounts Committee, which monitors how public funds are spent, has expressed concerns over continuing procurement lapses in the public sector. The committee is made up of nine...
2014/04/01 00:18
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Editor: As the third reading of the Brookswood/Fernridge Community Plan quickly approaches (it was scheduled for Monday night), it’s time to start asking some hard questions. The first question has to...
2014/03/28 19:18
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The diversity of plants at the Van Belle Nursery in Abbotsford – the evergreens, roses, shrubs and vines – all have one thing in common. They are grown in pots. A new provincial recycling program set...
2014/03/26 16:00
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By Scott Nixon, Times-Advocate Staff SOUTH HURON — The public filled the gallery at South Huron council’s March 17 meeting, with most in attendance to hear two South Huron residents air their...
2014/03/23 12:29
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The minister of Environment, Maria de Fátima Jardim , Saturday called on for community involvement in environmental sanitation programs and preventive health education of families, especially children...
2014/03/22 13:45
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PARIS — Wolves are at the gates of Paris. A dead male wolf, probably shot by hunters, was found Jan. 31 in Coole, a town 160 kilometers (100 miles) east of the French capital. Since May, wolves have...
2014/03/21 22:57
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SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will attend the third Nuclear Security Summit in The Hague, Netherlands, from March 24 to 25. He is attending the summit at the invitation of Dutch Prime...
2014/03/21 12:39
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KITCHENER — Where has all the water gone? A Kitchener councillor is taking the city-owned Kitchener Utilities to task for losing 10 per cent of its drinking water, even though that figure is the...
2014/03/19 15:18
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It may not be pretty, but a patch of yellow-orange goo discovered on the shore in Blind Bay is not harmful. Four water samples were taken in the 2001-2022 block of Eagle Bay Road Monday, March 10 by...
2014/03/17 04:07
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How should mercury contamination in the northeast portion of Thunder Bay Harbour be cleaned up? This will be the only item on the agenda at the 7 p.m., March 19 meeting of the public advisory...
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Wednesday, October, 08, 2008 - 1:01:19 PM Third info night for cement plant test burn In an effort to "give people another chance to learn" about St. Marys Cement's proposed test fuel burn, says its...
2014/03/14 11:57
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SINGAPORE: Six international law experts will sit as members on the International Advisory Panel on transboundary pollution. In a statement on Friday, the Ministry of the Environment and Water...
2014/03/13 11:57
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SINGAPORE: The Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) will be appointing Mr Chia Mia Chiang, 61, as its new president on April 1. Mr Chia joins the 76-year-old Academy after 14 years as the principal of...
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