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Norwich Evening News 24
‘We must not turn our backs on people in Norwich’s most deprived areas’ Charity boss in call to actionof them is Dan Mobbs, chief executive of the Mancroft Advice Project (MAP), a c
‘We must not turn our backs on people in Norwich’s most deprived areas’ Charity boss in call to action
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 21 hours ago
of them is Dan Mobbs, chief executive of the Mancroft Advice Project (MAP), a charity employing advisers, counsellors and youth workers to provide advice and support on problems affecting young people. Mr Mobbs, who has been at the Chantry Road,... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Hundreds mourn Teaneck Mayor Lizette Parker, recalled as a ‘powerful public servant’church as people filed slowly up the steps and through the doors. “She had a q
Hundreds mourn Teaneck Mayor Lizette Parker, recalled as a ‘powerful public servant’
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted yesterday
church as people filed slowly up the steps and through the doors. “She had a quality that brought us together,” Teaneck Councilman Mohammed Hameeduddin said as he addressed the congregation. “What made her the most powerful public servant that I... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Teaneck Mayor Lizette Parker remembered as 'a unifier and not a divider' at funeralas people filed slowly up the steps and through the doors. “She had a quality
Teaneck Mayor Lizette Parker remembered as 'a unifier and not a divider' at funeral
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 2 days ago
as people filed slowly up the steps and through the doors. “She had a quality that brought us together,” said Teaneck Councilman Mohammed Hameeduddin, who had served as mayor immediately before Parker. “What made her the most powerful public... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Historic Stockbridge Library set for celebratory reopeningbuilding owned by the private Stockbridge Library Association into the 21st Cen
Historic Stockbridge Library set for celebratory reopening
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 5 days ago
building owned by the private Stockbridge Library Association into the 21st Century, O'Neil said. Massachusetts Cultural Council grants and state historic tax credits have totaled $1.1 million, the town has already kicked in $300,000, and the... Read more
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Sussex Express
Hailshamare Samantha Turrell, Glyn Davis, Angie Alley.Walk-in, no booking necessary. 20
Hailsham
Sussex Express / Posted 11 days ago
are Samantha Turrell, Glyn Davis, Angie Alley.Walk-in, no booking necessary. 20 minutes £10, 30 mins £15. SCAVENGER HUNT: Youth Zone, run by Parish Church for young people in years 6 to 9 between 7pm and 8.30pm. To take part call Julie on... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Calendar: What�s happening the weekend of April 22-24a 12x12 space and opportunity to win cash prizes, visit huronvalleyarts.org or
Calendar: What�s happening the weekend of April 22-24
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
a 12x12 space and opportunity to win cash prizes, visit huronvalleyarts.org or call 248-796-3304. AUDITIONS Mt. Zion Youth Theatre and Kidz Theatre: For youths ages 8-17 are at 12:30 p.m. April 23 at 4900 Maybee Road, Clarkston. Register at... Read more
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The Border Mail
Youths ink and thinkAboriginal Health Service in Glenroy to get people talking about sexual health.
Youths ink and think
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Aboriginal Health Service in Glenroy to get people talking about sexual health. TALKING HEADS: A group of Indigenous youth, with the help of Coffs Harbour graffiti artist Ashley Johnston, created murals in Glenroy. A group of Indigenous... Read more
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The Atlantic
What a Real Socialist Thinks of Berniereferred to Democrats using the term, and it was struck from the Congressional
What a Real Socialist Thinks of Bernie
The Atlantic / Posted 13 days ago
referred to Democrats using the term, and it was struck from the Congressional Record.) But this year, Sanders, with his youth movement and his calls for “political revolution,” reintroduced the label to polite company. At enormous rallies across... Read more
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Gazette News
Charities and groups cash in on £74,768 giveawayCentre for Action on Rape and Abuse – was among 19 charities and voluntary orga
Charities and groups cash in on £74,768 giveaway
Gazette News / Posted 15 days ago
Centre for Action on Rape and Abuse – was among 19 charities and voluntary organisations to receive grants at Essex County Council’s Millennium and Chairman’s funds awards. Grants totalling £74,768 were presented from the two funds at a ceremony... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Calendar: What�s happening the weekend of April 15-17Road, Farmington Hills. Festival of the Arts Reception and Awards Ceremony 6 p.
Calendar: What�s happening the weekend of April 15-17
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 18 days ago
Road, Farmington Hills. Festival of the Arts Reception and Awards Ceremony 6 p.m. April 15, OCC Jazz Band, Farmington Hills Youth Theatre dance, more; recreg.fhgov.com, appetizers, cash bar $10 for reception and awards. Great Lakes Depression &... Read more
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Newsmax
London's $5 Trillion Gold Hub Getting Ready for a Major Overhaulbids to create a trading and reporting platform. At the same time, a different
London's $5 Trillion Gold Hub Getting Ready for a Major Overhaul
Newsmax / Posted 25 days ago
bids to create a trading and reporting platform. At the same time, a different plan is being developed by the World Gold Council, a mining industry group that is working with the London Metal Exchange to come up with new futures contracts, said... Read more
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Farming Life
YFCU charity cycle ‘86 miles for 86 years’From there we will cycle to Lurgan and spend the night in the pods at Oxford Is
YFCU charity cycle ‘86 miles for 86 years’
Farming Life / Posted 26 days ago
From there we will cycle to Lurgan and spend the night in the pods at Oxford Island, kindly granted and donated by ABC Council and the Lord Mayor, Darren Causby. On Friday morning we will then be travelling to La Mon Hotel, where our annual AGM... Read more
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Times of Malta
‘Do not fear change’despite the Malta FA’s insistence that the new blueprint is aimed at giving the
‘Do not fear change’
Times of Malta / Posted 29 days ago
despite the Malta FA’s insistence that the new blueprint is aimed at giving the championship and clubs a much-needed boost. Norman Darmanin Demajo, the president of the MFA behind the proposals, gives his views to Kevin Azzopardi... The recent... Read more
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York Daily Record
Why has Delta area rallied to fight heroin?that they just got fed up. Larry Smith felt he had to speak up. It was July 2
Why has Delta area rallied to fight heroin?
York Daily Record / Posted 1 months ago
that they just got fed up. Larry Smith felt he had to speak up. It was July 28, 2014, and members of the Delta Borough Council were discussing issues such as sidewalks that needed to be repaired. Smith was preoccupied. He kept thinking about... Read more

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