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The New Zealand Herald
The Primary Issue: Have kids got the skills they need to start school? - The Primary IssueThousands of children begin secondary school each year without the reading, wri
The Primary Issue: Have kids got the skills they need to start school? - The Primary Issue
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Thousands of children begin secondary school each year without the reading, writing or maths skills needed to make it through. In our series 'The Primary Issue' we look at what more can be done to raise achievement for all Kiwi kids. • Government... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The Primary Issue: 'There's huge urgency and no holding back'Thousands of children begin secondary school each year without the reading, wri
The Primary Issue: 'There's huge urgency and no holding back'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Thousands of children begin secondary school each year without the reading, writing or maths skills needed to make it through. In our series 'The Primary Issue' we look at what more can be done to raise achievement for all Kiwi kids. When Gabrielle... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The Met Gala 2016: What can one expect?Fashion's greatest night of nights is upon us once again where the crème de la
The Met Gala 2016: What can one expect?
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
Fashion's greatest night of nights is upon us once again where the crème de la crème dress to the nines in a bid to outdo each other for front page coverage at one of the most exclusive parties in the world – so much hyperbole, but there's really no... Read more
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WA Today
The Met Gala 2016: What can one expect?Fashion's greatest night of nights is upon us once again where the crème de la
The Met Gala 2016: What can one expect?
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
Fashion's greatest night of nights is upon us once again where the crème de la crème dress to the nines in a bid to outdo each other for front page coverage at one of the most exclusive parties in the world – so much hyperbole, but there's really no... Read more
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The Age
The Met Gala 2016: What can one expect?Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have already jetted into New York City with their
The Met Gala 2016: What can one expect?
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have already jetted into New York City with their brood for this year's Met Gala. Photo: Getty Images Fashion's greatest night of nights is upon us once again where the crème de la crème dress to the nines in a bid to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The Met Gala 2016: What can one expect?Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have already jetted into New York City with their
The Met Gala 2016: What can one expect?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have already jetted into New York City with their brood for this year's Met Gala. Photo: Getty Images Fashion's greatest night of nights is upon us once again where the crème de la crème dress to the nines in a bid to... Read more
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Canberra Times
The Met Gala 2016: What can one expect?Fashion's greatest night of nights is upon us once again where the crème de la
The Met Gala 2016: What can one expect?
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Fashion's greatest night of nights is upon us once again where the crème de la crème dress to the nines in a bid to outdo each other for front page coverage at one of the most exclusive parties in the world – so much hyperbole, but there's really no... Read more
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The Courier
No risk from plume says PowercorPowercor has told residents their blunder that released a plume of flame retard
No risk from plume says Powercor
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
Powercor has told residents their blunder that released a plume of flame retardant into the environment almost two weeks ago will not have any lasting impact on the environment or their health Happier days: a door to the battery or inverter facility... Read more
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The Washington Times
Aborted fetus cells used in beauty creamsjust as effective. Indeed, other companies make high-end skin creams using prot
Aborted fetus cells used in beauty creams
The Washington Times / Posted 12 days ago
just as effective. Indeed, other companies make high-end skin creams using proteins derived from postnatal placentas, which Mrs. Brown called completely morally acceptable to pro-lifers. Even so, Ms. Vinnedge said, using fetal tissue in... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Chevron-funded mailer calls Cheryl Brown ‘environmental champion’I’m sorry, but higher gas prices and anything that increases the cost of commut
Chevron-funded mailer calls Cheryl Brown ‘environmental champion’
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 14 days ago
I’m sorry, but higher gas prices and anything that increases the cost of commuting and getting those people to their jobs, Mrs. Brown is not going to support. “The Inland Empire is one of the most heavily commuted areas of the nation,” said Cody... Read more
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The Courier
Watt the!The new Powercor battery at Buninyong has left neighbours frightened and raised
Watt the!
The Courier / Posted 14 days ago
The new Powercor battery at Buninyong has left neighbours frightened and raised questions about its safety in its first week of testing after shooting out a massive plume of fire retardant Geoff Howard, Des Hudson, Powercor electricity networks... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Actress, Author Marilu Henner To Talk About New Memoir At R.J. Juliawill discuss his novel about a humble woman who falls in love with an Oscar de
Actress, Author Marilu Henner To Talk About New Memoir At R.J. Julia
Hartford Courant / Posted 14 days ago
will discuss his novel about a humble woman who falls in love with an Oscar de la Renta dress that changes her life, "My Mrs. Brown" (Simon & Schuster, $24). On Thursday, April 28, at 7 p.m., two writers will be in conversation about their... Read more
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The Courier
Watt the!The new Powercor battery at Buninyong has left neighbours frightened and raised
Watt the!
The Courier / Posted 15 days ago
The new Powercor battery at Buninyong has left neighbours frightened and raised questions about its safety in its first week of testing after shooting out a massive plume of fire retardant Geoff Howard, Des Hudson, Powercor electricity networks... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tripe: Preserving an offal Australian traditionTripe sub-culture: Darwin butchers and offal enthusiasts keep food tradition al
Tripe: Preserving an offal Australian tradition
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 18 days ago
Tripe sub-culture: Darwin butchers and offal enthusiasts keep food tradition alive The mere mention of tripe is enough to make most baby boomers shudder with memories of gelatinous strips of clear meat in white sauce. Yet in Darwin, a small group... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Town centre hall back in actionA Cockermouth town centre venue has been refurbished since the floods and is av
Town centre hall back in action
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 20 days ago
A Cockermouth town centre venue has been refurbished since the floods and is available to rent. Victoria Hall, off High Sand Lane, has been leased to Age UK for the past four years. It was badly flooded in December, forcing Age UK to move to... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
‘It was like something from Twister’ - neighbours’ shock as lightning strikes Gorleston home Emergency services at the scene of a lightning strike on a home in Gorleston,
‘It was like something from Twister’ - neighbours’ shock as lightning strikes Gorleston home
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 21 days ago
Emergency services at the scene of a lightning strike on a home in Gorleston, Norfolk. Friends and neighbours have told today of scenes reminiscent of a... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
‘It was like something from Twister’ - neighbours’ shock as lightning strikes Gorleston home Emergency services at the scene of a lightning strike on a home in Gorleston,
‘It was like something from Twister’ - neighbours’ shock as lightning strikes Gorleston home
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 21 days ago
Emergency services at the scene of a lightning strike on a home in Gorleston, Norfolk. Friends and neighbours have told today of scenes reminiscent of a... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Peggy Fortnum’s drawings gave life to Paddington Bearwho took his name from the Central London railway station where he was rescued
Peggy Fortnum’s drawings gave life to Paddington Bear
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
who took his name from the Central London railway station where he was rescued by an agreeable English couple named Mr. and Mrs. Brown. They spotted him on the platform, sitting alone on an old leather suitcase and sporting an odd-looking hat and a... Read more
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Daily Mirror
War hero, 92, forced to live apart from wife because of home care cutsIn recent years the couple have relied on home visits after a hip operation lef
War hero, 92, forced to live apart from wife because of home care cuts
Daily Mirror / Posted 24 days ago
In recent years the couple have relied on home visits after a hip operation left Julia bed ridden. But this service has been permanently stopped because of a shortage of staff. Graham must now make a daily 40 minute bus journey to visit his wife at... Read more
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express
Heartbroken WW2 bomber pilot struggles every day to wife's care home A WW2 bomber pilot has been separated from his elderly wife of 25 years after
Heartbroken WW2 bomber pilot struggles every day to wife's care home
express / Posted 25 days ago
A WW2 bomber pilot has been separated from his elderly wife of 25 years after her council-funded home care was withdrawn at short notice. Graham Brown had to be separated from his... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Crime victims argue for say in lenient plea agreementsguilty in February to felonious assault and arson. She faces up to 9½ years in
Crime victims argue for say in lenient plea agreements
The Toledo Blade / Posted 25 days ago
guilty in February to felonious assault and arson. She faces up to 9½ years in prison. “I still don’t understand it,” Mrs. Brown said. “Basically she’s getting a slap on the wrist and to me it shows her and other young people you can set a... Read more
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Western Advocate
When it comes to health there's nothing like home, sweet homeTHE much-maligned Bathurst Base Hospital is proving you don’t have to go to Syd
When it comes to health there's nothing like home, sweet home
Western Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
THE much-maligned Bathurst Base Hospital is proving you don’t have to go to Sydney to receive specialist treatment. THE much-maligned Bathurst Base Hospital is proving you don’t have to go to Sydney to receive specialist treatment. In a huge... Read more
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RTE News
Mrs Brown's Boys are set to record a one off live showBrendan O'Carroll has a busy couple of months ahead of him as he prepares for a
Mrs Brown's Boys are set to record a one off live show
RTE News / Posted 25 days ago
Brendan O'Carroll has a busy couple of months ahead of him as he prepares for a one-off live show of Mrs Brown's Boys for the BBC. The show has been a phenomenal success for the Irish comedian, and hopes for the live show have been set very high... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Little Indie Rose’s loving legacyIndie Rose Brown at Civic Park on her brother's birthday. Picture: Supplied by
Little Indie Rose’s loving legacy
Adelaide Now / Posted 26 days ago
Indie Rose Brown at Civic Park on her brother's birthday. Picture: Supplied by family DRESSED in a pink ballerina dress and with a cheeky laugh, Indie Rose Brown lives on in her parents’ memories – forever two years old. Indie Rose died in a car... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Kindness 'got us through' say parentsThe Brown family, Peter, Ashleigh and Riley at their Alexandra home in August l
Kindness 'got us through' say parents
Otago Daily Times / Posted 26 days ago
The Brown family, Peter, Ashleigh and Riley at their Alexandra home in August last year. Photo by Lynda van Kempen. The Alexandra couple have donated Mrs Brown's frozen breast milk, which had been expressed to tube feed to Riley, to Louise... Read more
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metro
You'll never spot and name the 28 TV programmes hidden in this picture[Click on the image to enlarge – it helps!] How much of a UK TV buff are you r
You'll never spot and name the 28 TV programmes hidden in this picture
metro / Posted 28 days ago
[Click on the image to enlarge – it helps!] How much of a UK TV buff are you really? In the chaotic picture above, there are references to 28 television programmes, some pretty blatant and others a bit more subtle. And while you might start off... Read more
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Daily Record
Hero who saved tot at Buncrana Pier 'looking forward to being part of her life'THE MAN who saved a four-month-old tot in the Buncrana Pier tragedy says he is
Hero who saved tot at Buncrana Pier 'looking forward to being part of her life'
Daily Record / Posted 30 days ago
THE MAN who saved a four-month-old tot in the Buncrana Pier tragedy says he is looking forward to being a part of the baby’s life. Sean, his sons Mark and Evan, mother-in-law Ruth Daniels and her teenage daughter Jodie-Lee perished as their Audi Q7... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Dolores Elaine Brown, library clerk, active in churchPublic Library System for 35 years, died Wednesday in her home in Williamsville
Dolores Elaine Brown, library clerk, active in church
The Buffalo News / Posted a month ago
Public Library System for 35 years, died Wednesday in her home in Williamsville following a long illness. She was 84. Mrs. Brown was born Dolores Monroe in Palm Beach, Fla. She moved to Buffalo in 1939 and graduated from Fosdick Masten High... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Greyhound shooter attacked, threatened to kill pregnant girlfriend, court documents showto be infamous . . . in terms of having a showdown. He always praised those peo
Greyhound shooter attacked, threatened to kill pregnant girlfriend, court documents show
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 1 months ago
to be infamous . . . in terms of having a showdown. He always praised those people who got into shootouts with police." Mrs. Brown said her nephew had vowed that his prison days were over. "He said he would never go back to prison again," she... Read more
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