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Travelodge plans to build hotel in Newhaven
Travelodge plans to build hotel in Newhaven Travelodge could open a hotel in Newhaven because of its successful port (pictured). Around 20 jobs could be created after Travelodge announced its...
Read more at Sussex Express
Jury clears former cop in appeal
A Covington County jury found a former Andalusia Police Officer not guilty on appeal of harassing two Drug Task Force employees after a more-than five-hour trial at the Covington County Courthouse on...
Read more at The Andalusia Star-News
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Travelodge seeking two new Liverpool hotel sites ...
Hotels chain Travelodge is seeking sites for two new developments in Liverool as it looks to beef up its presence in UK port cities. The company already operates seven hotels in Liverpool, and the...
Read more at Liverpool Echo
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Study shows widespread contamination in central N...
A new study has found use of lead solder joints in an above ground water supply pipeline has resulted in environmental contamination across a 70km stretch of land in central New South Wales. The...
Read more at PhysOrg
General election results in full: Who is your new...
... ABERAVON Lab hold Stephen Kinnock (Lab) 15,416 (48.90%, -3.01%) Peter Bush (UKIP) 4,971 (15.77%, +14.19%) Edward Yi He (C) 3,742 (11.87%, -2.38%) Duncan Higgitt (PC) 3,663 (11.62%,...
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Do we really want first gentleman Clinton?
The power roller is on the move as all stops are removed and all forms of communication are loaded with ammunition for the 2016 election. The biblical term for it, I believe, is anyone willing to sell...
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Calling a spade a spade
... correctness be damned.” —Unknown A FRIEND emailed me the prayer below. I had to do some fact-checking with some websites that do the digging about the veracity of email content that does...
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SUNDAY DOME: Helms, others cautious of religious ...
When the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act was debated in Congress, in 1993, here is what the record shows then-North Carolina Sen. Jesse Helms said: “I believe my credentials are intact...
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These are the Australian towns where the tap wate...
LEIGH SALES, PRESENTER: Can you believe that Tasmania has five towns where the tap water is so poor that it's unfit to drink? There are another 22 where the water has to be boiled. Unsurprisingly,...
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