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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Bill Shorten announces 500 extra hours of women's sport coverageBill Shorten has pledged. Mr Shorten announced in Canberra this morning his go
Bill Shorten announces 500 extra hours of women's sport coverage
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 hours ago
Bill Shorten has pledged. Mr Shorten announced in Canberra this morning his government would fund an extra 500 hours of live women's sports coverage on ABC television and online. "We are doing this because we believe that our women athletes... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Labor budget 'black hole' could be less than $20b: new analysis2016: Labor budget 'black hole' could be less than $20 billion, new analysis sh
Labor budget 'black hole' could be less than $20b: new analysis
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
2016: Labor budget 'black hole' could be less than $20 billion, new analysis shows The Federal Government's claim of a $67 billion black hole in Labor's pre-election budget costings could be less than $20 billion, new analysis shows. The... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Police raid marijuana dispensaries across TorontoToronto police and bylaw officers are carrying out a series of raids across the
Police raid marijuana dispensaries across Toronto
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Toronto police and bylaw officers are carrying out a series of raids across the city on Thursday, targeting 45 marijuana dispensaries suspected of selling the drug for non-medical use. The owners have been charged with several municipal infractions... Read more
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BC Local News
City goes ahead with pot dispensary banCity council has ruled that medical marijuana dispensaries are not legally perm
City goes ahead with pot dispensary ban
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
City council has ruled that medical marijuana dispensaries are not legally permitted in Campbell River but said it would “push” the federal government to make a decision on marijuana legislation. Council, at its Tuesday night meeting, adopted a... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
City goes ahead with pot dispensary banCity council has ruled that medical marijuana dispensaries are not legally perm
City goes ahead with pot dispensary ban
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
City council has ruled that medical marijuana dispensaries are not legally permitted in Campbell River but said it would “push” the federal government to make a decision on marijuana legislation. Council, at its Tuesday night meeting, adopted a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Indonesia responds to Government's explanation of Joyce's commentsElection 2016: Indonesia says Turnbull, Bishop's explanations of Joyce's asylum
Indonesia responds to Government's explanation of Joyce's comments
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
Election 2016: Indonesia says Turnbull, Bishop's explanations of Joyce's asylum remarks are 'clear' Indonesia appears to have accepted the Government's explanation of Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce's controversial remarks linking a live export... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Arthur Sinodinos vows to seek political donation reformthis year the NSW Electoral Commission ruled it would not hand over $4.4 millio
Arthur Sinodinos vows to seek political donation reform
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
this year the NSW Electoral Commission ruled it would not hand over $4.4 million in funding to the NSW division of the Liberal Party because it refused to disclose donors who helped pay for its 2011 campaign via donations to the Free... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Labor backtracks on plans to restore Schoolkids Bonuswith substantial assets. The Opposition voted against both the changes in fede
Labor backtracks on plans to restore Schoolkids Bonus
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
with substantial assets. The Opposition voted against both the changes in federal parliament, accusing the Coalition of treating pensioners and parents with contempt. But Opposition Leader Bill Shorten said Labor would not reinstate the... Read more
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The Financial Express
India largest producer, consumer, importer of pulses. Here’s how we can be self-sufficientBy-products of pulses—leaves, pod coats and bran—are fed to animals as dry fodd
India largest producer, consumer, importer of pulses. Here’s how we can be self-sufficient
The Financial Express / Posted 6 days ago
By-products of pulses—leaves, pod coats and bran—are fed to animals as dry fodder. Some pulses crops like gram, lobia, urad and moong bean are fed to animals as green fodder. (Express Photo) On December 21, 2013, the General Assembly of the United... Read more
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BC Local News
EVENTS GUIDE for May 19 and beyond (Surrey, North Deltaat 2:30 p.m. More than 80 musicians from six military bands in B.C., Washington
EVENTS GUIDE for May 19 and beyond (Surrey, North Delta
BC Local News / Posted 11 days ago
at 2:30 p.m. More than 80 musicians from six military bands in B.C., Washington and California will gather for two days of intensive rehearsals, culminating in a matinee concert on Victoria Day. This is the first time the concert will be... Read more
11d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Key Seats - Federal Election 2016LNP 0.5%: Petrie lies mostly to the east of the Bruce Highway in the north of B
Key Seats - Federal Election 2016
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
LNP 0.5%: Petrie lies mostly to the east of the Bruce Highway in the north of Brisbane, extending from the northern suburbs of Brisbane City Council through to the Redcliffe peninsula and Deception Bay. In Brisbane it includes Bracken Ridge, Bald... Read more
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CBC.ca
Glebe and Lansdowne stores still closed for Victoria Day as exemption 'on hold'Park that won an exemption to stay open on statutory holidays won't be allowed
Glebe and Lansdowne stores still closed for Victoria Day as exemption 'on hold'
CBC.ca / Posted 12 days ago
Park that won an exemption to stay open on statutory holidays won't be allowed to open on Victoria Day, pending the outcome of an appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board. In February, Ottawa city council approved a bylaw to give the Glebe business... Read more
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BC Local News
DeHart: Gutter maintenance using camera-assisted vacuumcolumn is dedicated to Glen Hawes who passed away after a lengthy battle with c
DeHart: Gutter maintenance using camera-assisted vacuum
BC Local News / Posted 12 days ago
column is dedicated to Glen Hawes who passed away after a lengthy battle with cancer. Glen worked at the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce and I enjoyed our many conversations. He will be missed by his family, colleagues and many friends. Personal... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
DeHart: Gutter maintenance using camera-assisted vacuumcolumn is dedicated to Glen Hawes who passed away after a lengthy battle with c
DeHart: Gutter maintenance using camera-assisted vacuum
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 12 days ago
column is dedicated to Glen Hawes who passed away after a lengthy battle with cancer. Glen worked at the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce and I enjoyed our many conversations. He will be missed by his family, colleagues and many friends. Personal... Read more
13d
Zero Hedge
Who Rules The World? Part 1Authored by Noam Chomsky, originally posted at TomDispatch.com, [This piece, t
Who Rules The World? Part 1
Zero Hedge / Posted 13 days ago
Authored by Noam Chomsky, originally posted at TomDispatch.com, [This piece, the first of two parts, is excerpted from Noam Chomsky’s new book, Who Rules the World? (Metropolitan Books).] When we ask “Who rules the world?” we commonly adopt the... Read more
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CTV News
5 things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming weekInvestors will be looking for any update to February's announcement that then-c
5 things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week
CTV News / Posted 14 days ago
Investors will be looking for any update to February's announcement that then-chief executive David Baazov and a group of investors were considering a formal bid for the company. Baazov took an indefinite paid leave of absence as CEO and... Read more
16d
CBC.ca
NBA star Steve Nash among 48 new Order of Canada recipientsGovernor General David Johnston is presiding over an Order of Canada investitur
NBA star Steve Nash among 48 new Order of Canada recipients
CBC.ca / Posted 16 days ago
Governor General David Johnston is presiding over an Order of Canada investiture ceremony Friday at Rideau Hall, as 48 distinguished Canadians join or are promoted up the ranks. CBC News is livestreaming the ceremony at 10:30 a.m. ET. The honourees... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
CLOSEUP: What's the future of Niagara Square?It should be a retailer’s dream: A massive property in the heart of a growing a
CLOSEUP: What's the future of Niagara Square?
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 17 days ago
It should be a retailer’s dream: A massive property in the heart of a growing area of Niagara Falls. Surrounding it are new sold-out subdivisions, developing strip plazas and a well-used community centre, complete with library and large... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
What does the future hold for Niagara Square?It should be a retailer’s dream: A massive property in the heart of a growing a
What does the future hold for Niagara Square?
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 17 days ago
It should be a retailer’s dream: A massive property in the heart of a growing area of Niagara Falls. Surrounding it are new sold-out subdivisions, developing strip plazas and a well-used community centre, complete with library and large... Read more
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Welland Tribune
What does the future hold for Niagara Square?It should be a retailer’s dream: A massive property in the heart of a growing a
What does the future hold for Niagara Square?
Welland Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
It should be a retailer’s dream: A massive property in the heart of a growing area of Niagara Falls. Surrounding it are new sold-out subdivisions, developing strip plazas and a well-used community centre, complete with library and large... Read more
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18d
BC Local News
Tofino councillor alleges greenwashingAn organization is coming to pitch its fuel-conserving communications strategy
Tofino councillor alleges greenwashing
BC Local News / Posted 18 days ago
An organization is coming to pitch its fuel-conserving communications strategy to Tofino’s municipal council but at least one councillor might not be too receptive to the message. Smart Fuelling is a nation-wide coalition of fuel-related retailers... Read more
19d
Liverpool Echo
Former Everyman director appointed Mersey Gateway board chairmanSalford Lowry Centre director Rod Holmes has been appointed as Mersey Gateway C
Former Everyman director appointed Mersey Gateway board chairman
Liverpool Echo / Posted 19 days ago
Salford Lowry Centre director Rod Holmes has been appointed as Mersey Gateway Crossings Board (MGCB) chairman after Halton Council Cllr Rob Polhill’s two-year tenure ended. Mr Holmes has been a longstanding independent non-executive director (NED)... Read more
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Salon.com
Noam Chomksy: America is an empire in declineThis piece originally appeared on [This piece, the first of two parts, is exce
Noam Chomksy: America is an empire in decline
Salon.com / Posted 19 days ago
This piece originally appeared on [This piece, the first of two parts, is excerpted from Noam Chomsky’s new book, Who Rules the World?(Metropolitan Books). Part 2 will be posted on Tuesday morning.] When we ask “Who rules the world?” we commonly... Read more
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19d
The Manteca Bulletin
Flying J may build Lathrop truck stopIs a Pilot/Flying J Truck Stop coming to Lathrop? If the Lathrop Planning Comm
Flying J may build Lathrop truck stop
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 19 days ago
Is a Pilot/Flying J Truck Stop coming to Lathrop? If the Lathrop Planning Commission and the City Council give their approval, the truck stop giant – which was the anchor for turning Ripon’s Jack Tone Road interchange into a commercial juggernaut... Read more
19d
The New Zealand Herald
Ski series: Kiwi pride at Whistler BlackcombRussell discovers just how proudly the Kiwi flag flies at Whistler Blackcomb, a
Ski series: Kiwi pride at Whistler Blackcomb
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Russell discovers just how proudly the Kiwi flag flies at Whistler Blackcomb, and why guests flock to the area in search of the white stuff The proliferation of Kiwi and Aussie accents gives it away; Whistler village, British Columbia, Canada is... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Who rules the world? America is no longer the obvious answertheir decisions and the relations among them. That is not wrong. But we would d
Who rules the world? America is no longer the obvious answer
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 20 days ago
their decisions and the relations among them. That is not wrong. But we would do well to keep in mind that this level of abstraction can also be highly misleading. States, of course, have complex internal structures, and the choices and... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Noam Chomsky: American Power Under Pressuretheir decisions and the relations among them. That is not wrong. But we would d
Noam Chomsky: American Power Under Pressure
Naked Capitalism / Posted 20 days ago
their decisions and the relations among them. That is not wrong. But we would do well to keep in mind that this level of abstraction can also be highly misleading. States of course have complex internal structures, and the choices and... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Six things to watch this week in Canadian businessThe International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is planning another P
Six things to watch this week in Canadian business
The Globe and Mail / Posted 20 days ago
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is planning another Panama Papers data dump on Monday. The leak of financial records has outlined to some extent the degree of tax evasion through offshore bank accounts. Canada Mortgage and... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
A Champaign classicsuccessful enterprises. "They've spent their lives making a difference in Cham
A Champaign classic
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 21 days ago
successful enterprises. "They've spent their lives making a difference in Champaign County through their continued support of the arts, youth organizations, health care and many more areas," said Kyle Kietzmann, president of Prairielands Council,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New South Wales - Federal Election 2016Federal Election Preview - New South Wales With 47 seats, New South Wales MPs
New South Wales - Federal Election 2016
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 21 days ago
Federal Election Preview - New South Wales With 47 seats, New South Wales MPs make up around a third of the membership of the House of Representatives. This weight of numbers means that NSW is always a critical state to the outcome of a federal... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Already ailing, Alberta’s economy is dealt a hammer blowThe first night the fires raged in Fort McMurray, Marty Giles bedded down in hi
Already ailing, Alberta’s economy is dealt a hammer blow
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 days ago
The first night the fires raged in Fort McMurray, Marty Giles bedded down in his truck while about 30 of his employees and other evacuees slept amongst the display vehicles in his Fort McKay dealership, just north of the city. The next morning they... Read more
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BC Local News
Port outlines new Cow Bay waterfrontComing right on the tail of the Cow Bay Marina and public breakwater opening in
Port outlines new Cow Bay waterfront
BC Local News / Posted 24 days ago
Coming right on the tail of the Cow Bay Marina and public breakwater opening in Cow Bay, providing the public with added waterfront access, the Prince Rupert Port Authority has set plans in motion to build even more of an ocean-front... Read more
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BC Local News
EVENTS GUIDE for May 5 and beyond (Surrey, North Delta$20 adults, $10 Child (12 and under). “Universal Gospel Choir is a 100 member,
EVENTS GUIDE for May 5 and beyond (Surrey, North Delta
BC Local News / Posted 25 days ago
$20 adults, $10 Child (12 and under). “Universal Gospel Choir is a 100 member, community-based Vancouver choir. A group of singers passionate about raising the roof with all genres of music. This choir event is in support of the WRSS Hospice... Read more
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Summerland Review
New members welcomed to chamberApril saw the Chamber welcome a wide range of new businesses to Summerland. If
New members welcomed to chamber
Summerland Review / Posted 25 days ago
April saw the Chamber welcome a wide range of new businesses to Summerland. If you’re looking for extra motivation, ION Fitness Inc. is a new business providing personal fitness training options operating out of Jubilee Fitness Club. Helping you to... Read more
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The Northern View
Council in Brief: Prince Rupert and the Districtr of Port EdwardRCMP PORT EDWARD - Sgt. Dave Uppal returned, as promised, for the three month
Council in Brief: Prince Rupert and the Districtr of Port Edward
The Northern View / Posted 25 days ago
RCMP PORT EDWARD - Sgt. Dave Uppal returned, as promised, for the three month update on police activity in the District of Port Edward. In January there were 15 files, five of which were related to Lelu Island, but Uppal said there was nothing... Read more
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The Northern View
Port outlines new Cow Bay waterfrontComing right on the tail of the Cow Bay Marina and public breakwater opening in
Port outlines new Cow Bay waterfront
The Northern View / Posted 25 days ago
Coming right on the tail of the Cow Bay Marina and public breakwater opening in Cow Bay, providing the public with added waterfront access, the Prince Rupert Port Authority has set plans in motion to build even more of an ocean-front... Read more
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The Chronicle-Telegram
Is Riddell relocating to North Ridgeville?The limited details released Monday about one of the biggest projects proposed
Is Riddell relocating to North Ridgeville?
The Chronicle-Telegram / Posted 25 days ago
The limited details released Monday about one of the biggest projects proposed for North Ridgeville in years seem to indicate that Riddell, a manufacturer of football helmets and equipment, is poised to move from Elyria to the former Ridgeview... Read more
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Central Illinois News Center
Normal Mitsubishi plant purchased by Maynard's Industries and Industrial Assets CorporationNORMAL, Ill. -- Nearly six months after closing, the Mitsubishi plant in Normal
Normal Mitsubishi plant purchased by Maynard's Industries and Industrial Assets Corporation
Central Illinois News Center / Posted 29 days ago
NORMAL, Ill. -- Nearly six months after closing, the Mitsubishi plant in Normal has a buyer. The buyer is Canada-based Maynard's Industries and Industrial Assets Corporation. According to its website, Maynard's provides auction, liquidation, asset... Read more
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The Auto Channel
EPA 2016 Safer Choice Partner of the Year Awards EPA Administrator McCarthy Announces 2016 Safer Choice Partner of the Year Aw
EPA 2016 Safer Choice Partner of the Year Awards
The Auto Channel / Posted a month ago
EPA Administrator McCarthy Announces 2016 Safer Choice Partner of the Year Awards WASHINGTON DC April 28, 2016; The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is recognizing 24 Safer Choice Partner... Read more

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