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Toowoomba Chronicle
Parking at Orion Lagoon will cost youORION Lagoon, the biggest water fun park that Ipswich has ever seen, opens to t
Parking at Orion Lagoon will cost you
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 4 hours ago
ORION Lagoon, the biggest water fun park that Ipswich has ever seen, opens to the public tomorrow, but there is one catch. While the use of the water park at Springfield is free don't head out there without some coins in your pocket. There are... Read more
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Queensland Times
Parking at Orion Lagoon will cost youORION Lagoon, the biggest water fun park that Ipswich has ever seen, opens to t
Parking at Orion Lagoon will cost you
Queensland Times / Posted 6 hours ago
ORION Lagoon, the biggest water fun park that Ipswich has ever seen, opens to the public tomorrow, but there is one catch. While the use of the water park at Springfield is free don't head out there without some coins in your pocket. There are... Read more
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Queensland Times
Will lagoon become a beautiful headache?EVERY time we write a story about the new water park opening at Springfield Cen
Will lagoon become a beautiful headache?
Queensland Times / Posted 6 hours ago
EVERY time we write a story about the new water park opening at Springfield Central we know that hundreds will click on the QT website to read about it. To be known as the Orion Lagoon the $10 million park is predicted to rival South Bank Beach in... Read more
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Evening Standard
Grace Dent reviews Rök: elegantly formed and serving exquisite foodLoyal readers may have noticed a certain fractiousness in Grace and Flavour ove
Grace Dent reviews Rök: elegantly formed and serving exquisite food
Evening Standard / Posted 16 hours ago
Loyal readers may have noticed a certain fractiousness in Grace and Flavour over previous months as I’ve mooched about London in search of great dinner. It is not, I must stress, that I’ve got fussier, but I have certainly became more honest. I do... Read more
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International Business Times
Walkie-Talkie building takes UK's 2015 ugliest structure titleThe Walkie-Talkie at 20 Fenchurch Street, has unanimously won the Carbuncle Cup
Walkie-Talkie building takes UK's 2015 ugliest structure title
International Business Times / Posted 20 hours ago
The Walkie-Talkie at 20 Fenchurch Street, has unanimously won the Carbuncle Cup by Building Design magazine for the worst building of the year. The magazine said that it received multiple nominations for the building, with many readers saying that... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
The Hotplate winners Emi and Marie have big plansEMI Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have big plans after winning The Hotplate. The b
The Hotplate winners Emi and Marie have big plans
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 23 hours ago
EMI Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have big plans after winning The Hotplate. The best mates, who run Japanese yakitori restaurant Bird's Nest in Brisbane, won $100,000 on last night's grand final. The women beat Sydney couple Aron and Vanessa Filetti... Read more
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News Mail
The Hotplate winners Emi and Marie have big plansEMI Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have big plans after winning The Hotplate. The b
The Hotplate winners Emi and Marie have big plans
News Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
EMI Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have big plans after winning The Hotplate. The best mates, who run Japanese yakitori restaurant Bird's Nest in Brisbane, won $100,000 on last night's grand final. The women beat Sydney couple Aron and Vanessa Filetti... Read more
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Daily Examiner
The Hotplate winners Emi and Marie have big plansEMI Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have big plans after winning The Hotplate. The b
The Hotplate winners Emi and Marie have big plans
Daily Examiner / Posted 23 hours ago
EMI Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have big plans after winning The Hotplate. The best mates, who run Japanese yakitori restaurant Bird's Nest in Brisbane, won $100,000 on last night's grand final. The women beat Sydney couple Aron and Vanessa Filetti... Read more
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Northern Star
The Hotplate winners Emi and Marie have big plansEMI Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have big plans after winning The Hotplate. The b
The Hotplate winners Emi and Marie have big plans
Northern Star / Posted 23 hours ago
EMI Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have big plans after winning The Hotplate. The best mates, who run Japanese yakitori restaurant Bird's Nest in Brisbane, won $100,000 on last night's grand final. The women beat Sydney couple Aron and Vanessa Filetti... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
The Hotplate winners Emi and Marie have big plansEMI Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have big plans after winning The Hotplate. The b
The Hotplate winners Emi and Marie have big plans
The Daily Mercury / Posted 23 hours ago
EMI Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have big plans after winning The Hotplate. The best mates, who run Japanese yakitori restaurant Bird's Nest in Brisbane, won $100,000 on last night's grand final. The women beat Sydney couple Aron and Vanessa Filetti... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
The Hotplate winners Emi and Marie have big plansEMI Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have big plans after winning The Hotplate. The b
The Hotplate winners Emi and Marie have big plans
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
EMI Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have big plans after winning The Hotplate. The best mates, who run Japanese yakitori restaurant Bird's Nest in Brisbane, won $100,000 on last night's grand final. The women beat Sydney couple Aron and Vanessa Filetti... Read more
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Queensland Times
The Hotplate winners Emi and Marie have big plansEMI Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have big plans after winning The Hotplate. The b
The Hotplate winners Emi and Marie have big plans
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
EMI Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have big plans after winning The Hotplate. The best mates, who run Japanese yakitori restaurant Bird's Nest in Brisbane, won $100,000 on last night's grand final. The women beat Sydney couple Aron and Vanessa Filetti... Read more
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Independent
One in five students at London South Bank University has their fees paid for by employersIt is a trend that Professor Phoenix, the university's vice-chancellor and inco
One in five students at London South Bank University has their fees paid for by employers
Independent / Posted yesterday
It is a trend that Professor Phoenix, the university's vice-chancellor and incoming chairman of the university think-tank million+, would like to see replicated in more universities throughout the country. “We need more people to be educated to... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Queensland's Emi and Marie win The HotplateBRISBANE restaurant owners Emi Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have taken out the fir
Queensland's Emi and Marie win The Hotplate
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
BRISBANE restaurant owners Emi Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have taken out the first season of The Hotplate. The best mates, who run Japanese eatery Bird's Nest in South Bank, beat Sydney couple Aron and Vanessa Filetti by just two points in a... Read more
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Northern Star
Queensland's Emi and Marie win The HotplateBRISBANE restaurant owners Emi Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have taken out the fir
Queensland's Emi and Marie win The Hotplate
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
BRISBANE restaurant owners Emi Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have taken out the first season of The Hotplate. The best mates, who run Japanese eatery Bird's Nest in South Bank, beat Sydney couple Aron and Vanessa Filetti by just two points in a... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Queensland's Emi and Marie win The HotplateBRISBANE restaurant owners Emi Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have taken out the fir
Queensland's Emi and Marie win The Hotplate
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
BRISBANE restaurant owners Emi Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have taken out the first season of The Hotplate. The best mates, who run Japanese eatery Bird's Nest in South Bank, beat Sydney couple Aron and Vanessa Filetti by just two points in a... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Queensland's Emi and Marie win The HotplateBRISBANE restaurant owners Emi Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have taken out the fir
Queensland's Emi and Marie win The Hotplate
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
BRISBANE restaurant owners Emi Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have taken out the first season of The Hotplate. The best mates, who run Japanese eatery Bird's Nest in South Bank, beat Sydney couple Aron and Vanessa Filetti by just two points in a... Read more
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Queensland Times
Queensland's Emi and Marie win The HotplateBRISBANE restaurant owners Emi Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have taken out the fir
Queensland's Emi and Marie win The Hotplate
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
BRISBANE restaurant owners Emi Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have taken out the first season of The Hotplate. The best mates, who run Japanese eatery Bird's Nest in South Bank, beat Sydney couple Aron and Vanessa Filetti by just two points in a... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Queensland's Emi and Marie win The HotplateBRISBANE restaurant owners Emi Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have taken out the fir
Queensland's Emi and Marie win The Hotplate
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
BRISBANE restaurant owners Emi Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have taken out the first season of The Hotplate. The best mates, who run Japanese eatery Bird's Nest in South Bank, beat Sydney couple Aron and Vanessa Filetti by just two points in a... Read more
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News Mail
Queensland's Emi and Marie win The HotplateBRISBANE restaurant owners Emi Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have taken out the fir
Queensland's Emi and Marie win The Hotplate
News Mail / Posted yesterday
BRISBANE restaurant owners Emi Kamada and Marie Yokoyama have taken out the first season of The Hotplate. The best mates, who run Japanese eatery Bird's Nest in South Bank, beat Sydney couple Aron and Vanessa Filetti by just two points in a... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Joint project aims to protect mudfishA five-year project aimed at reversing the decline of the rare Canterbury mudfi
Joint project aims to protect mudfish
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
A five-year project aimed at reversing the decline of the rare Canterbury mudfish is being planned by the Lower Waitaki River Management Society, with backing from the Department of Conservation. The society is searching for suitable wetland sites... Read more
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Evening Standard
The best places to eat oysters in LondonThere’s a lot to love about the not-so-humble oyster, from their fresh saline j
The best places to eat oysters in London
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
There’s a lot to love about the not-so-humble oyster, from their fresh saline juices to the explosion of creamy mineral flavours upon chewing – and yes, you must chew. While summer leaves us bereft of the ocean’s best, when we return to months with... Read more
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Daily Mail
Emma Thompson joins protesters and giant model polar bear at Shell HQActress Emma Thompson joins protesters – and a giant model of a polar bear – as
Emma Thompson joins protesters and giant model polar bear at Shell HQ
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
Actress Emma Thompson joins protesters – and a giant model of a polar bear – as they try to stop Shell drilling for oil and gas in the Arctic The actress broke a legal injunction aimed at stopping Greenpeace activists from crossing a line drawn... Read more
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Evening Standard
Greenpeace puts giant polar bear filled with protesters on South BankGreenpeace activists have lowered a three-tonne “polar bear” into place outside
Greenpeace puts giant polar bear filled with protesters on South Bank
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
Greenpeace activists have lowered a three-tonne “polar bear” into place outside the Shell headquarters. The creature, roughly the size of a double-decker bus, was positioned outside the oil giant’s South Bank office overnight and has been emitting... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Emma Thompson joins protest against Shell's Arctic drilling plansEmma Thompson has joined campaigners and a giant polar bear outside Shell’s Lon
Emma Thompson joins protest against Shell's Arctic drilling plans
Kingston Guardian / Posted yesterday
Emma Thompson has joined campaigners and a giant polar bear outside Shell’s London headquarters to protest against the company’s bid to drill in the Arctic. The actress and screenwriter pledged to be among dozens of people to break a legal... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Emma Thompson joins protest against Shell's Arctic drilling plans | Irish Examiner Wednesday, September 02, 2015 - 02:03 PM Emma Thompson ha
Emma Thompson joins protest against Shell's Arctic drilling plans
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
| Irish Examiner Wednesday, September 02, 2015 - 02:03 PM Emma Thompson has joined campaigners and a giant polar... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Emma Thompson joins protest against Shell's Arctic drilling plansEmma Thompson has joined campaigners and a giant polar bear outside Shell’s Lon
Emma Thompson joins protest against Shell's Arctic drilling plans
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
Emma Thompson has joined campaigners and a giant polar bear outside Shell’s London headquarters to protest against the company’s bid to drill in the Arctic. The actress and screenwriter pledged to be among dozens of people to break a legal... Read more
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Gazette
Emma Thompson joins protest against Shell's Arctic drilling plansEmma Thompson has joined campaigners and a giant polar bear outside Shell’s Lon
Emma Thompson joins protest against Shell's Arctic drilling plans
Gazette / Posted yesterday
Emma Thompson has joined campaigners and a giant polar bear outside Shell’s London headquarters to protest against the company’s bid to drill in the Arctic. The actress and screenwriter pledged to be among dozens of people to break a legal... Read more
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thebee
Emma Thompson's Arctic Drilling Protest PoemActress Emma Thompson has written a poem to express her anger at Shell's plans
Emma Thompson's Arctic Drilling Protest Poem
thebee / Posted yesterday
Actress Emma Thompson has written a poem to express her anger at Shell's plans to drill for oil in the Arctic. The star read the ode to the firm on Sky News as she stood outside its headquarters with a giant polar bear in London. Thompson pledged... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Emma Thompson joins protest against Shell's Arctic drilling plansEmma Thompson has joined campaigners and a giant polar bear outside Shell’s Lon
Emma Thompson joins protest against Shell's Arctic drilling plans
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted yesterday
Emma Thompson has joined campaigners and a giant polar bear outside Shell’s London headquarters to protest against the company’s bid to drill in the Arctic. The actress and screenwriter pledged to be among dozens of people to break a legal... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Emma Thompson joins protest against Shell's Arctic drilling plansEmma Thompson has joined campaigners and a giant polar bear outside Shell’s Lon
Emma Thompson joins protest against Shell's Arctic drilling plans
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted yesterday
Emma Thompson has joined campaigners and a giant polar bear outside Shell’s London headquarters to protest against the company’s bid to drill in the Arctic. The actress and screenwriter pledged to be among dozens of people to break a legal... Read more
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International Business Times
Emma Thompson unveils giant Polar Bear in Greenpeace protest outside Shell HQ in LondonBritish actor Emma Thompson today (2 September) unveiled a giant puppet polar b
Emma Thompson unveils giant Polar Bear in Greenpeace protest outside Shell HQ in London
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
British actor Emma Thompson today (2 September) unveiled a giant puppet polar bear outside the London headquarters of Ango-Dutch oil giant Shell as part of a campaign by environmental group Greenpeace to protest the company's drilling in the... Read more
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Evening Standard
Fay Maschler's week in food: from Bombay Mix to blind-tasting sausages1. A packet of Bombay Mix at Bend It Like Beckham with two of my children and f
Fay Maschler's week in food: from Bombay Mix to blind-tasting sausages
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
1. A packet of Bombay Mix at Bend It Like Beckham with two of my children and four of my grandchildren. Assorted ages, including mine, all judge the musical a triumph. 2. Massaman curry of grilled peach with khanom jeen (fermented rice noodles) at... Read more
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London24
VIDEO: Giant polar bear walks around South Bank with celebs 12:14 02 September 2015 Emma Thompson drags the giant furry creature towards
VIDEO: Giant polar bear walks around South Bank with celebs
London24 / Posted yesterday
12:14 02 September 2015 Emma Thompson drags the giant furry creature towards the Shell offices in protest at Arctic Oil drilling (Picture: Greenpeace) Emma Thompson has joined a giant... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Northerly Island Park: Beguiling lakefront landscape justifies Daley raidA dozen years after Mayor Richard M. Daley carried out the infamous “midnight r
Northerly Island Park: Beguiling lakefront landscape justifies Daley raid
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
A dozen years after Mayor Richard M. Daley carried out the infamous “midnight raid” that shut down the small lakefront airport called Meigs Field, the question lingers: Did the end justify the means? A beguiling landscape that opens to the public... Read more
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The Express-Times
Man beats 25-old unconscious, steals backpack in Downtown Easton, police sayThe incident comes less than 24 hours after Stonewall walked into a Downtown bu
Man beats 25-old unconscious, steals backpack in Downtown Easton, police say
The Express-Times / Posted yesterday
The incident comes less than 24 hours after Stonewall walked into a Downtown building and collapsed, police said. And Stonewall is the same man facing charges in an April vehicular accident in Forks Township that injured a 53-year-old Easton... Read more
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Evening Standard
Fay Maschler reviews Estiatorio Milos: Baiting the big spendersOn an altar piled with ice is a glistening display, a cornucopian catch of seaf
Fay Maschler reviews Estiatorio Milos: Baiting the big spenders
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
On an altar piled with ice is a glistening display, a cornucopian catch of seafood. We are invited to inspect it and choose our main course. The white-uniformed acolyte (our waiter) steers us towards a balada fish, from its appearance a member of the... Read more
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Faster Louder
A bar where you can absorb alcohol through your eyeballs is coming to AustraliaBrisbane will get the Southern Hemisphere’s first pop-up “cloud bar” this weeke
A bar where you can absorb alcohol through your eyeballs is coming to Australia
Faster Louder / Posted yesterday
Brisbane will get the Southern Hemisphere’s first pop-up “cloud bar” this weekend as part of the Brisbane Festival, the Courier Mail reports. The bar, which will open between 5 and 25 September as part of cabaret and dinner show Fear & Delight, is... Read more
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Times of Malta
No emotions, we’re Maltese!On July 7, 2015, the Minister for Justice, Culture and Local Government, Owen B
No emotions, we’re Maltese!
Times of Malta / Posted yesterday
On July 7, 2015, the Minister for Justice, Culture and Local Government, Owen Bonnici, introduced a Bill with the quite non-descriptive title ‘Act to amend the Criminal Code, Cap. 9 and to provide for any other matters ancillary or consequential... Read more
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News.com.au
Hi-tech boozing branded “incredibly dangerous”Innovation Get drunk to the eyeballs but there’s not a drop to drink in the al
Hi-tech boozing branded “incredibly dangerous”
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Innovation Get drunk to the eyeballs but there’s not a drop to drink in the alcohol vapour bar Maddi Sparks, 24, and Emmy-Lou McKean, 22, are kitted out for the vaporised alcohol bar attraction. Picture: Adam ArmstrongSource: News Corp Australia A... Read more
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News.com.au
Brisbane vapour alcohol bar sparks concernCONCERNS have been raised about an alcohol vapour bar being set up in Brisbane
Brisbane vapour alcohol bar sparks concern
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
CONCERNS have been raised about an alcohol vapour bar being set up in Brisbane that allows people to absorb a gin and tonic through their eyeballs and lungs. THE cloud bar, the first of its kind in the southern hemisphere, is being set up at South... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Water fun park to be known as Orion LagoonSPRINGFIELD'S newest water attraction has officially been named Orion Lagoon, f
Water fun park to be known as Orion Lagoon
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
SPRINGFIELD'S newest water attraction has officially been named Orion Lagoon, following an agreement between Ipswich City Council and developer Mirvac. The $10.3 million water park was named after the nearby Orion Springfield Central shopping centre... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Zambia's power woes: All roads lead to Kariba DamFifty years ago the Kariba Dam was the centrepiece of collaboration of the Cent
Zambia's power woes: All roads lead to Kariba Dam
Daily Maverick / Posted 2 days ago
Fifty years ago the Kariba Dam was the centrepiece of collaboration of the Central African Federation. Built in just four years, it was opened by the Queen Mother in 1960 in front of a crowd of 3,000 onlookers, reported by British Pathé at the time,... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
Tubers save man in middle of the riverA man in his 30s, found in the middle of the South Alouette River on Monday, is
Tubers save man in middle of the river
Maple Ridge News / Posted 2 days ago
A man in his 30s, found in the middle of the South Alouette River on Monday, is alive thanks to some tubers drifting downstream. The Maple Ridge fire department answered a call at 127th Avenue and 227th Street, near Horseman’s Park, at about 3:45... Read more
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Evening Standard
London's coolest hotelsThe London hotel scene is no longer dominated by the uber smart likes of Clarid
London's coolest hotels
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
The London hotel scene is no longer dominated by the uber smart likes of Claridge's and The Ritz. A new breed of cool hotel, from the boutique to the design-led to the B&B is opening all over town from Notting Hill Gate to Marylebone, that appeals to... Read more
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Evening Standard
Southbank Centre in funding appeal ahead of major restorationThe Southbank Centre today appealed to the public to help find the remaining £3
Southbank Centre in funding appeal ahead of major restoration
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
The Southbank Centre today appealed to the public to help find the remaining £3.9 million needed for a restoration that will see large sections of it close for two years later this month. The venue has just been given £4.9 million towards the... Read more
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The Express-Times
Man walks into Easton wall, collapses; police investigatingPolice and the Easton Emergency Squad responded to the incident reported about
Man walks into Easton wall, collapses; police investigating
The Express-Times / Posted 2 days ago
Police and the Easton Emergency Squad responded to the incident reported about 8:15 p.m. at South Bank and Northampton streets. The man, Richard Stonewall, told police he had been "smoking weed," but police were investigating whether he had been... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Student part-time work: the benefits“I started freelancing during my first year, and through Solent Creatives, I wa
Student part-time work: the benefits
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
“I started freelancing during my first year, and through Solent Creatives, I was put forward for funding, and launched my business, Chameleon Films,” she explains. Running her own business while doing a degree has given Stansfield vital time... Read more
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The Irish Times
Blowin’ our mind: what Van Morrison means to us ‘A punk before punk was a twinkle in its eye-linered eye,’ says poet Paul Muld
Blowin’ our mind: what Van Morrison means to us
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
‘A punk before punk was a twinkle in its eye-linered eye,’ says poet Paul Muldoon. How do other fans and friends sum him up? The first time I met Van Morrison was the summer of 1980. We shared an agent... Read more
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Queensland Times
Water testers give new lagoon a thumbs upEXCITEMENT is bubbling within the Greater Springfield region ahead of the offic
Water testers give new lagoon a thumbs up
Queensland Times / Posted 6 days ago
EXCITEMENT is bubbling within the Greater Springfield region ahead of the official opening of the Robelle Lagoon. With only a week to go, the final touches have been put in place ensuring the water park is ready for the large influx of people who... Read more
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