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2015/02/27 09:07
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Voter numbers fall as general election loomsThe number of registered voters has fallen. The number of people registered to vote in this year’s general election has fallen significantly in most...
2015/02/27 09:07
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2015/02/25 16:20
2015/02/25 16:20
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Last week, the mayor and members were blindsided by the plans of Ports of Auckland Ltd to demolish Marsden Wharf. Photo / Brett Phibbs The Auckland Council seems to be constantly surprised by...
2015/02/25 15:33
2015/02/25 15:33
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COVENTRY council has found £500,000 to help community volunteers and organisations who want to step in to run public services including libraries and youth clubs - as it passed a £15million cuts...
2015/02/25 13:50
2015/02/25 13:50
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HOUMA, La. (AP) - Terrebonne Parish officials are considering using traffic cameras to help cut costs and enforce laws more efficiently. The Courier reports (http://bit.ly/1zHneKE ) the Parish...
2015/02/24 17:04
2015/02/24 17:04
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Georgia residents who want to extract their own honey are allowed to keep bees under state law. That’s not the case in the city of Savannah, where beekeeping has been banned for decades. But a...
2015/02/20 14:42
2015/02/20 14:42
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... at least 3 ratingsBy Cherie M. Querol Moreno, Philippine News and U.S. News Agency / Asian DALY CITY, California – Mike Guingona broke a racial barrier by becoming the first Filipino-American...
2015/02/20 06:12
2015/02/20 06:12
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The move is included in the city council's budget for the year ahead which will result in council tax bills being frozen for the 11th year running. The Labour administration successfully drove...
2015/02/18 05:58
2015/02/18 05:58
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The Rancho Cordova City Council voted Tuesday night to again delay making a decision on two proposals for a digital billboard near Highway 50. Council members said they want time to consider...
2015/02/18 02:39
2015/02/18 02:39
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British Columbia’s economy is expected to get a lift over the next several years from an influx of new residents, helping fill job vacancies and spurring demand for housing. Tuesday’s provincial...
2015/02/16 12:33
2015/02/16 12:33
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RULING Coventry city councillors intend to go ahead with the worst cuts in living memory despite public protests during a consultation, budget papers released today reveal. Labour councillors, who...
2015/02/13 14:21
2015/02/13 14:21
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No. Pork has not been banned in Islington schools Islington Council will no longer serve pork to primary schools because it says it can no longer monitor which pupils don’t want to eat sausages,...
2015/02/10 19:11
2015/02/10 19:11
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A GROUP of protesters objecting to an NBN tower proposed for 300 Pacific Haven circuit are expected to attend a fiery council meeting in Maryborough on Wednesday. The Pacific Haven residents have...
2015/02/10 07:48
2015/02/10 07:48
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In an effort to organize, evaluate and ultimately make some recommendations for updating or improving the city's 600-some pages of city law, city councilman Roger Kalter has tapped dozens of local...
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2015/02/02 18:24
2015/02/02 18:24
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Nelson city staff are recommending a controversial bylaw be amended to allow leashed dogs downtown. “There has been a strong desire to lift the dog restricted zone from the city’s animal control...
2015/02/01 01:39
2015/02/01 01:39
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Baton Rouge voters have proved at the polls that they are willing to dig deep for libraries and parks, approving dedicated property taxes just for those amenities. But some local political leaders...
2015/01/30 09:24
2015/01/30 09:24
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MARIETTA — The City Council passed around the topic of raises for elected officials like a hot potato before dropping the matter Wednesday. The subject was discussed in the city’s Personnel and...
2015/01/29 16:53
2015/01/29 16:53
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AN investigation has cleared the head of a key job-creation body for the region over his close links with a Conservative backer. Paul Woolston, the chairman of North-East Local Enterprise Partnership...
2015/02/27 09:07
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