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A turtle tale
The tuktuk driver careened around holes in the narrow road while dodging stray dogs and other tuktuks doing the same. It seemed like an odd time to do a sales pitch. Then again, sitting precariously...
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Sea Turtle Conservancy
Should Carlton rebuild or renovate like North Mel...
As Carlton acknowledges it must rebuild, what can it learn from how North Melbourne moved up the ladder? Back in the day, former Carlton president John Elliott would have suggested a takeover, or...
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Uniqlo Aims To Be The World's Number One Apparel ...
Uniqlo is a major division of Japanese retailing company Fast Retailing. It sells inexpensive high quality fashion merchandise. The company is now operating 1574 Uniqlo stores worldwide with plans to...
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Escape from Gloriavale: Family tells how they ran...
When I first met Rosanna she was working in an industrial laundry, wearing a baggy, blue cover-all dress, her head wrapped in a scarf. Whenever our camera turned to her, she bowed her head. Rosanna...
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Jodi Arias is sentenced to life in prison without...
Jodi Arias, at the center of the long-running saga of murder and sex, apologized for killing her ex-boyfriend and was then sentenced Monday to spend the rest of her life in prison without the...
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Spruce Grove Examiner
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How a dog helped teach me to see
His name was Lomax. He was big. Well, actually he was just plain obese. He had just gone through an operation to have one eye removed due to a painful, irreversible disease and was nearly blind in the...
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Loveland Fire Rescue Authority
Trans children: facing the outside world
Trans children: facing the outside world Once trans children and their families come to terms with their gender identity, they have to face an often hostile outside world Daniel Zagórski overcame...
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The Irish Times
The Irish Times
Life could exist on dark worlds without stars, as...
Alien life could exist on planets without stars, thriving on hydrothermal vents below a thick layer of ice on their cold dark surfaces, an astrophysicist has said. Sean Raymond, from the Laboratoire...
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International Business Times
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
C. Falls woman accuses SWAT team of 'excessive fo...
A Columbia Falls woman is accusing the Flathead County Sheriff's Department of using excessive force when a sheriff's SWAT team member shot her outside her home. The SWAT team was called to Michelle...
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Flathead County Sheriff's Department
In Ethiopia, Development and Grandeur Sit Astride...
It is a chilly Monday morning in Addis Ababa, with the sun crawling over the horizon. After a refreshing night and hefty breakfast at one of the many hotels sprinkled all over the city centre, I set...
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Claim could end emergency service
To the editor: Is this goodbye to Swansboro EMS-Rescue? Swansboro EMS-Rescue has been serving the people of Swansboro, Hubert, Bear Creek, White Oak and the surrounding area for more than 50 years...
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Fire in their blood: Russells produced generation...
SAN ANGELO - A.B. Russell didn't just pass down the family name to his sons and grandsons — the late San Angelo Fire Department lieutenant also conferred on them a passion for fighting fires. A...
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Q&A: On art, chairs and being Saddam Hussein's do...
London, United Kingdom - Ala Bashir is a celebrated Iraqi artist and surgeon who spent two decades as a personal doctor and plastic surgeon to Saddam Hussein, the late Iraqi leader, and his family...
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Wright Words: Letter to a stranger in a cemetery
Dear sir in the cemetery, I saw you last Sunday. I was driving home from a church in the northern part of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. You were visiting a different kind of church. Wearing a dark...
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A friend told me about my wife’s sexual past – an...
The dilemma I am troubled by my wife’s sexual past. I recently found out through a mutual friend who knew her before I met her that my wife had been a “bit of a groupie” and had slept with several men...
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Noah Baumbach: 'In my 20s, I felt like time was r...
Noah Baumbach is getting on a bit. He knows he is because his doctor actually listens to him now. “I used to have hypochondriacal things of like, ‘I’m worried about these headaches’, and my doctor...
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Catch up TV: The Royals, Outlander and 1992
Kitsch is an uncertain science. The moment at which something becomes so bad it is good is hard to predict, and there is an obvious danger in dabbling with badness. The Royals (E!) is certainly bad,...
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Online News. Community Views.
Destro will do just about anything to get permission for a minute or two of play time while on the job -- sit and stay, chase a bad guy, search for a human scent, bark at a cornered criminal, find...
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Curry content with retirement
But there are no regrets. When you've chased a dream since you were 5 years old and then realize the dream won't come true, walking away from the
you've ever known can be very...
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Officials blame extreme cold for plague of fires ...
Five fire departments battled a blaze on Brook Road in Wadsworth on Jan. 6. (GAZETTE FILE PHOTO) Fire chiefs across Medina County say frigid weather is to blame for a rash of structure fires that has...
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