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CBC.ca
Trudeau upended 'man's world' of Canadian politics with election, researchers sayhe's also challenged the role of traditional masculine imagery in federal polit
Trudeau upended 'man's world' of Canadian politics with election, researchers say
CBC.ca / Posted an hour ago
he's also challenged the role of traditional masculine imagery in federal politics. According to a study from the Carleton Centre for Community Innovatio, the 2015 election focused on the manliness of federal party leaders, with Trudeau often... Read more
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The Age
Why would healthy young people volunteer to be medical guinea pigs?you get $5000 to do this clinical trial," says Cameron Johnson. Nucleus Networ
Why would healthy young people volunteer to be medical guinea pigs?
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
you get $5000 to do this clinical trial," says Cameron Johnson. Nucleus Network has a separate recruiting website - the Centre for Clinical Studies - with a toll free number and its own Facebook page. No actual dollar figure is advertised by... Read more
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The Economic Times
Two years of Narendra Modi government: More hits than misses in support to scienceto the common person. Early in his term almost within a month, Modi himself se
Two years of Narendra Modi government: More hits than misses in support to science
The Economic Times / Posted 5 hours ago
to the common person. Early in his term almost within a month, Modi himself set the tone when he was sighted at the Indian space port to witness the launch of a rocket and then he gave a stirring speech from there on June 30, 2014 on the launch of... Read more
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dna
ISRO to launch record 22 satellites in single mission in Juneand the rest all commercial. "The launch is scheduled during the end of next m
ISRO to launch record 22 satellites in single mission in June
dna / Posted 6 hours ago
and the rest all commercial. "The launch is scheduled during the end of next month," he added. Earlier, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre Director K Sivan had said ISRO's workhorse Polar rocket PSLV C34 will be used for the launch, which will have... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Is this Bangkok's chance to do renewal right?Krung Soi 36, at the back of a high-rise luxury hotel, jewellery artist Atinuj
Is this Bangkok's chance to do renewal right?
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 9 hours ago
Krung Soi 36, at the back of a high-rise luxury hotel, jewellery artist Atinuj Tantivit, 41, is renting a 50 square metre space in a shopping centre for her business, Atta Gallery. The gallery showcases local and international contemporary... Read more
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The Economic Times
BJP believes it can seize the opposition space in Keralathey call stray incidents of local violence is part of a well-thought-out strat
BJP believes it can seize the opposition space in Kerala
The Economic Times / Posted 13 hours ago
they call stray incidents of local violence is part of a well-thought-out strategy by the Sangh Parivar to lay claim to the space of the principal opposition in Kerala. On their part, RSS and BJP leaders ET Magazine spoke to say the reactions from... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Dancers battle it out in entertaining Cypherwas there that I was reminded of how important the cypher is to hip-hop. There
Dancers battle it out in entertaining Cypher
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 15 hours ago
was there that I was reminded of how important the cypher is to hip-hop. There is no winner, no prize money – it’s about a community and a culture.” A “cypher” is hip-hop’s ultimate ritual, a circle where dancers vie for open space in the centre... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Presque Isle mulls regulation of street vendorsproposed ordinance that’s aimed in part at encouraging them to sell at Presque
Presque Isle mulls regulation of street vendors
Bangor Daily News / Posted 15 hours ago
proposed ordinance that’s aimed in part at encouraging them to sell at Presque Isle’s two established public farmers market spaces. The Presque Isle City Council is set to consider a new “itinerant vendor” ordinance at its next meeting on June 6,... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Anger as Salvation Army fundraisers kicked out of the Oak MallSALVATION Army fundraisers were kicked out of the Oak Mall - sparking an angry
Anger as Salvation Army fundraisers kicked out of the Oak Mall
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 16 hours ago
SALVATION Army fundraisers were kicked out of the Oak Mall - sparking an angry backlash from shoppers. Now shopping centre bosses have come under fire following the decision to cut the charity’s allocated collection times each month by half. Up... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Motif offers home buyers plenty of choiceThe northeast Calgary community of Redstone is now sporting a new Motif from Ja
Motif offers home buyers plenty of choice
Calgary Sun / Posted 18 hours ago
The northeast Calgary community of Redstone is now sporting a new Motif from Jayman Built. "The performance of Jayman Built meets the convenience of Redstone in our new Motif Townhomes," says Sandi Serr, project specialist with Jayman. "Homeowners... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Major Abbotsford health project delayed and redrawndeclared it was moving forward with a multi-million-dollar project to develop t
Major Abbotsford health project delayed and redrawn
Abbotsford News / Posted 19 hours ago
declared it was moving forward with a multi-million-dollar project to develop the MSA Hospital lands, plans to build a community health care centre and residential care facility have moved backwards. The McCallum Road property that was once... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sault counts its homeless populationstudy in Sault Ste. Marie measured statistics during a "point in time" in an at
Sault counts its homeless population
The Sudbury Star / Posted 22 hours ago
study in Sault Ste. Marie measured statistics during a "point in time" in an attempt to capture a snapshot of people in the community who were unsheltered, living in emergency shelter or those accessing interim housing. The study, completed in... Read more
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The Record
Two men killed when dirt bikes collidethe past few years many southern Ontario municipalities have been experiencing
Two men killed when dirt bikes collide
The Record / Posted 22 hours ago
the past few years many southern Ontario municipalities have been experiencing an influx of... Gardenland Garden Centres Inc. in Cambridge knows that a limited outdoor space can present... Whether you’re sick of commuting to your... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury Accent: Rowing togetherTeamwork built new water sports centre It's a case of pulling -- and sculling,
Sudbury Accent: Rowing together
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
Teamwork built new water sports centre It's a case of pulling -- and sculling, and paddling -- together. Today, the Northern Water Sports Centre, a decade in the making, has its official debut on the shore of Ramsey Lake, although programs have... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kathmandu criticised over slashing sleeping bags that could have been given to homelessthe skip. The reason we have to do that is that otherwise people will try and r
Kathmandu criticised over slashing sleeping bags that could have been given to homeless
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
the skip. The reason we have to do that is that otherwise people will try and return it." Auckland City Mission homeless community team leader Wilf Holt said the mission would be happy to have a look at any unsold gear the next time Kathmandu... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
We need a wiser Singapore, not a reactionary one: NMP Kok Heng Leunthe lack of critical thinking among Singaporeans, and firmly believes this can
We need a wiser Singapore, not a reactionary one: NMP Kok Heng Leun
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
the lack of critical thinking among Singaporeans, and firmly believes this can be addressed by putting the arts at the centre of education and policy-making. The question is, can he convince the Government and Singaporeans? Kok went “On the... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
A matter of understandingor tenure-track indigenous faculty members. Laurentian has also recently broke
A matter of understanding
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
or tenure-track indigenous faculty members. Laurentian has also recently broke ground on an indigenous sharing and learning centre that is a physical embodiment of its commitment to indigenous education. The centre will provide the space for... Read more
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The Courier
Why would healthy young people volunteer to be medical guinea pigs?you get $5000 to do this clinical trial," says Cameron Johnson. Nucleus Networ
Why would healthy young people volunteer to be medical guinea pigs?
The Courier / Posted yesterday
you get $5000 to do this clinical trial," says Cameron Johnson. Nucleus Network has a separate recruiting website - the Centre for Clinical Studies - with a toll free number and its own Facebook page. No actual dollar figure is advertised by... Read more
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The Border Mail
Why would healthy young people volunteer to be medical guinea pigs?you get $5000 to do this clinical trial," says Cameron Johnson. Nucleus Networ
Why would healthy young people volunteer to be medical guinea pigs?
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
you get $5000 to do this clinical trial," says Cameron Johnson. Nucleus Network has a separate recruiting website - the Centre for Clinical Studies - with a toll free number and its own Facebook page. No actual dollar figure is advertised by... Read more
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The Record
This weekend, it’s all about the quiltsChiropractic and Massage Therapy in Cambridge understands that severe back pain
This weekend, it’s all about the quilts
The Record / Posted yesterday
Chiropractic and Massage Therapy in Cambridge understands that severe back pain can create... Gardenland Garden Centres Inc. in Cambridge knows that a limited outdoor space can present... With over 1,000 bikes in store, Guelph’s... Read more
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The Record
Speed limit may be lowered along busy Lancaster StreetMennonite Furniture in Petersburg, Ontario, is renowned for the most beautiful
Speed limit may be lowered along busy Lancaster Street
The Record / Posted yesterday
Mennonite Furniture in Petersburg, Ontario, is renowned for the most beautiful handmade... Gardenland Garden Centres Inc. in Cambridge knows that a limited outdoor space can present... Nealy’s Flooring in Kitchener, Ontario, carries... Read more
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The Record
‘When you find my body, please call my husband,’ wrote dying hikerits... As you slog through the work week, you may find yourself occasionally d
‘When you find my body, please call my husband,’ wrote dying hiker
The Record / Posted yesterday
its... As you slog through the work week, you may find yourself occasionally daydreaming about escaping... Frankly, the community-driven full-service automotive dealership Cambridge Toyota is well aware... The auto pros at Morrison Automotive... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Seeing promise amid the changing face of Howard Streetneighborhood performance locations for his theater companies. He feels Baltimo
Seeing promise amid the changing face of Howard Street
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
neighborhood performance locations for his theater companies. He feels Baltimore's Howard Street corridor offers midsize spaces aplenty. As we walked recently along the street from Saratoga north to Centre, he spoke of the future of what could be... Read more
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The Irish Times
Journals reimagined: Ireland’s alternative mediaWilson and Cónal Thomas are sitting at a kitchen table in the little room in Ki
Journals reimagined: Ireland’s alternative media
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
Wilson and Cónal Thomas are sitting at a kitchen table in the little room in Kilmainham, just to the west of Dublin city centre, that is the headquarters of Dublin Inquirer, their reimagined local newspaper. Kapila edits it, Wilson handles... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Lightning sparks evacuation in Nanaimohomes. Nearby resident Bridget Horvath was shooting video of the storm with he
Lightning sparks evacuation in Nanaimo
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted yesterday
homes. Nearby resident Bridget Horvath was shooting video of the storm with her cell phone, which ran out of memory space about 30 seconds before she saw the lightning strike the tree. “I saw it,” Horvath said. “Every hair on me was up and... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
The future's Brightwells for Farnham after plans voted throughAfter 14 years in the making, a regeneration project billed to transform the fa
The future's Brightwells for Farnham after plans voted through
Surrey Advertiser / Posted yesterday
After 14 years in the making, a regeneration project billed to transform the face of Farnham town centre has been given the green light. Some people sported masks with the word ‘gagged’ across them and a couple shouted protests against the scheme... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
New Toronto shelter gives LGBT youth a place to feel safe and lovedone Friday. The organization set him up at a city shelter, but he was terrifie
New Toronto shelter gives LGBT youth a place to feel safe and loved
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
one Friday. The organization set him up at a city shelter, but he was terrified – for many young people in the LGBT community, a shelter is not a safe space. Instead, he logged onto Grindr, a gay meet-up app. But when he arrived back at... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Ramada Plaza in Abbotsford purchased by Wanson DevelopmentThe hotel will be rebranded as the Quality Hotel and Conference Centre – part o
Ramada Plaza in Abbotsford purchased by Wanson Development
Abbotsford News / Posted yesterday
The hotel will be rebranded as the Quality Hotel and Conference Centre – part of Choice Hotels Canada – beginning June 1. The 116-room hotel has more than 24,000 square feet of meeting and exhibit space. Led by a new general manager, staffing at... Read more
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BC Local News
Ramada Plaza in Abbotsford purchased by Wanson DevelopmentThe hotel will be rebranded as the Quality Hotel and Conference Centre – part o
Ramada Plaza in Abbotsford purchased by Wanson Development
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
The hotel will be rebranded as the Quality Hotel and Conference Centre – part of Choice Hotels Canada – beginning June 1. The 116-room hotel has more than 24,000 square feet of meeting and exhibit space. Led by a new general manager, staffing at... Read more
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BC Local News
Glee kids set to shine in Ucluelet spotlightready to wow local crowds. The young performers will present ‘The Adventures o
Glee kids set to shine in Ucluelet spotlight
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
ready to wow local crowds. The young performers will present ‘The Adventures of Many Alices in Ukeeland’ at the Ucluelet Community Centre on May 27 and 28 with the doors opening at 6 p.m. for 6:30 p.m. shows each night. The locally-infused... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
City lease rates at Max Turyk Community CentreThe City of Fernie has issued a statement regarding lease rates at the Max Tury
City lease rates at Max Turyk Community Centre
Fernie Free Press / Posted yesterday
The City of Fernie has issued a statement regarding lease rates at the Max Turyk Community Centre. The statement is to address some of the misinformation regarding the Centre. The City provided the information as a matter of public record. According... Read more
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The Sault Star
Homelessness survey nets results for agenciesstudy in Sault Ste. Marie measured statistics during a “point in time” in an at
Homelessness survey nets results for agencies
The Sault Star / Posted yesterday
study in Sault Ste. Marie measured statistics during a “point in time” in an attempt to capture a snapshot of people in the community who were unsheltered, living in emergency shelter or those accessing interim housing. The study, completed in... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
First stage of Oxford Road revamp set to be completed next monthwork is part of an ongoing £122 million programme – The Oxford Road scheme – to
First stage of Oxford Road revamp set to be completed next month
Manchester Evening News / Posted yesterday
work is part of an ongoing £122 million programme – The Oxford Road scheme – to deliver faster bus services within the city centre. Engineers creating a bus and cycle-only corridor between Hathersage Road and Grosvenor Street are laying a new kerb... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Northway and Marston Flood alleviation scheme plans submitted after 10 yearsdone in two phases – will install natural moats, small walls, channel widening
Northway and Marston Flood alleviation scheme plans submitted after 10 years
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
done in two phases – will install natural moats, small walls, channel widening and a wetland reserve to use the open green space in the area as defences against future flooding. Floodwater will be contained in the adventure playground behind... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Green ban to halt Waverley Council's plans for Bondi Pavilionthe mayor of Waverley Sally Betts, as residents plan more protests against what
Green ban to halt Waverley Council's plans for Bondi Pavilion
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
the mayor of Waverley Sally Betts, as residents plan more protests against what they say amounts to privatisation of public space. As tensions over the mayor's plans escalated this week in raucous council meetings, the Construction, Forestry,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Northway and Marston Flood alleviation scheme plans submitted after 10 yearsdone in two phases – will install natural moats, small walls, channel widening
Northway and Marston Flood alleviation scheme plans submitted after 10 years
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
done in two phases – will install natural moats, small walls, channel widening and a wetland reserve to use the open green space in the area as defences against future flooding. Floodwater will be contained in the adventure playground behind... Read more
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The Border Mail
Trains, trams, water taxis: Recast vision for Fishermans Bend unveileddependent on public transport, walking and cycling to get around. Private car
Trains, trams, water taxis: Recast vision for Fishermans Bend unveiled
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
dependent on public transport, walking and cycling to get around. Private car journeys will be discouraged, with parking spaces reduced and fewer than one in five journeys made by car. The new suburb will be a dense mix of skyscrapers and... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Oxford Road revamp creating a 'safer and more enjoyable' route finally set to be completedwork is part of an ongoing £122 million programme – The Oxford Road scheme – to
Oxford Road revamp creating a 'safer and more enjoyable' route finally set to be completed
Manchester Evening News / Posted yesterday
work is part of an ongoing £122 million programme – The Oxford Road scheme – to deliver faster bus services within the city centre. Engineers creating a bus and cycle-only corridor between Hathersage Road and Grosvenor Street are laying a new kerb... Read more
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The Courier
Trains, trams, water taxis: Recast vision for Fishermans Bend unveileddependent on public transport, walking and cycling to get around. Private car
Trains, trams, water taxis: Recast vision for Fishermans Bend unveiled
The Courier / Posted yesterday
dependent on public transport, walking and cycling to get around. Private car journeys will be discouraged, with parking spaces reduced and fewer than one in five journeys made by car. The new suburb will be a dense mix of skyscrapers and... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Huge school and up to 400 homes approved for Blue Mountaincouncillors. Full planning permission was granted for the learning village, se
Huge school and up to 400 homes approved for Blue Mountain
Reading Evening Post / Posted yesterday
councillors. Full planning permission was granted for the learning village, sections of suitable alternative natural green space (SANG), three roads and a car park/drop off area. The second part of the application was outline permission to build... Read more
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The Age
Trains, trams, water taxis: Recast vision for Fishermans Bend unveileddependent on public transport, walking and cycling to get around. Private car
Trains, trams, water taxis: Recast vision for Fishermans Bend unveiled
The Age / Posted yesterday
dependent on public transport, walking and cycling to get around. Private car journeys will be discouraged, with parking spaces reduced and fewer than one in five journeys made by car. The new suburb will be a dense mix of skyscrapers and... Read more
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iol.co.za
Child-on-child violence on increaseother children is on the increase at schools as pupils mimic the behaviour of v
Child-on-child violence on increase
iol.co.za / Posted 2 days ago
other children is on the increase at schools as pupils mimic the behaviour of violent communities. The Saartjie Baartman Centre, together with SAPS and school leaders from the Cape Flats, hosted a panel discussion on Thursday about gang violence,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
MEC Qedani Mahlangu - Gauteng Health Prov Budget Vote 2016to sanitation, to a place that they can call home, to a habitable environment t
MEC Qedani Mahlangu - Gauteng Health Prov Budget Vote 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
to sanitation, to a place that they can call home, to a habitable environment that is well preserved and in all this, a space to be simply human." His words truly touched my heart and serve as a reminder that we are here as servants of our... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Statement On the Cabinet Meeting of 25 May 2016an important milestone in the country's transformation programme. In further e
Statement On the Cabinet Meeting of 25 May 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
an important milestone in the country's transformation programme. In further empowering these communities, a 1 per cent community tourism fund has been generating approximately R6.5 million per annum for community beneficiation. This has... Read more
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The News and Star
Action needed to solve school places shortage in north Carlislehave been admitted anyway on appeal. Headteacher Andy Cairns said that the chi
Action needed to solve school places shortage in north Carlisle
The News and Star / Posted 2 days ago
have been admitted anyway on appeal. Headteacher Andy Cairns said that the children were part of the Kingmoor School community, with 85 of them currently at the infant school. He added that the school believed it would be wrong to refuse... Read more
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Forres Gazette
Warden seeks back-up in war on dog foulingPublished: 27/05/2016 08:55 - Updated: 27/05/2016 09:21 THE local community wa
Warden seeks back-up in war on dog fouling
Forres Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
Published: 27/05/2016 08:55 - Updated: 27/05/2016 09:21 THE local community warden is appealing for help in his battle against dog fouling. Dave Haytack covers Forres and Speyside on behalf of Moray Council and is responsible for investigating an... Read more
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heraldscotland
Director: National Theatre of Scotland must not be monopolised by Glasgownational. "That is going to be important, when it has got a new home [Rockvill
Director: National Theatre of Scotland must not be monopolised by Glasgow
heraldscotland / Posted 2 days ago
national. "That is going to be important, when it has got a new home [Rockvilla] in Glasgow, which is not a performance space but a creation centre. "It is going to be even more important that we don’t become the 'National Theatre of Glasgow' –... Read more
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Hospitality Net
PATA elects new Executive Boardand sustainable tourism experiences where people can balance their body, mind a
PATA elects new Executive Board
Hospitality Net / Posted 2 days ago
and sustainable tourism experiences where people can balance their body, mind and spirit in an environmentally friendly space. A Certified Hotel Administrator of the American Hotel and Lodging Association, and a Fellow of the Institute of... Read more
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Pendle Today
Mitre pub demolished to make way for ‘wellbeing centre’?An eyesore building on a gateway into Burnley is set to be demolished as part o
Mitre pub demolished to make way for ‘wellbeing centre’?
Pendle Today / Posted 2 days ago
An eyesore building on a gateway into Burnley is set to be demolished as part of plans to create a new support centre for homeless and vulnerable people. The site of the former Mitre pub, off Westgate, which has been empty for more than 20 years,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nigeria's Top 10 Heritage SitesA.D. Apart from the luminous architectural designs, the heritage site has farm
Nigeria's Top 10 Heritage Sites
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
A.D. Apart from the luminous architectural designs, the heritage site has farmlands and stone paved walkways. The Sukur community believes in the supremacy of one god (Zhigla) and has shrines where sacrifices and libations are made to appease... Read more
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