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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Jim Hagarty – Why should Perth County decide who Stratford's archivists are?not the question to be asking. While it is, in my opinion, a shame what has hap
Jim Hagarty – Why should Perth County decide who Stratford's archivists are?
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted an hour ago
not the question to be asking. While it is, in my opinion, a shame what has happened to these two valuable members of our community, they will no doubt survive and prosper. They are so well respected in what is, after all, a small community of... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
French new wave: A cultural shift for Toronto as ‘invisible francophones’ settle inyears, with four more under construction. The board’s Catholic counterpart, the
French new wave: A cultural shift for Toronto as ‘invisible francophones’ settle in
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
years, with four more under construction. The board’s Catholic counterpart, the Conseil Scolaire de District Catholique Centre-Sud, has opened 10 in the same time span. The two boards’ enrolment rose respectively by 33 and 16 per cent from 2008... Read more
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News Mail
New manager has big plans for the Regent Hotelgetaway. This is something Matt said he hoped would appeal to those from the w
New manager has big plans for the Regent Hotel
News Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
getaway. This is something Matt said he hoped would appeal to those from the wider Central Queensland area. Growing community events, like the Rockhampton River Festival and the Capricorn Food and Wine Festival, will be key to attracting... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
New manager has big plans for the Regent Hotelgetaway. This is something Matt said he hoped would appeal to those from the w
New manager has big plans for the Regent Hotel
The Daily Mercury / Posted 4 hours ago
getaway. This is something Matt said he hoped would appeal to those from the wider Central Queensland area. Growing community events, like the Rockhampton River Festival and the Capricorn Food and Wine Festival, will be key to attracting... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
New manager has big plans for the Regent Hotelgetaway. This is something Matt said he hoped would appeal to those from the w
New manager has big plans for the Regent Hotel
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 5 hours ago
getaway. This is something Matt said he hoped would appeal to those from the wider Central Queensland area. Growing community events, like the Rockhampton River Festival and the Capricorn Food and Wine Festival, will be key to attracting... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Children, let your imagination run wildinstallation at Auckland Art Gallery. Artist Judy Darragh has collaborated wit
Children, let your imagination run wild
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 hours ago
installation at Auckland Art Gallery. Artist Judy Darragh has collaborated with pupils to create a one-of-a-kind space, Hole of Yellow Archipelago. Photo / Supplied "The great thing about art is you can make anything that pops into your... Read more
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The Tyee
The Life Alan Kurdi Would Have Lived in Canadaplace. The husband of Alan's aunt told the Canadian Press he had told immigrat
The Life Alan Kurdi Would Have Lived in Canada
The Tyee / Posted 10 hours ago
place. The husband of Alan's aunt told the Canadian Press he had told immigration officials there was more than enough space for the four in his home in the Vancouver suburb of Coquitlam, part of the region known as the Tri-cities. They had... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
11 reasons why Kingston Carnival will be totally awesomeor two can add to an event’s enjoyment, no-one wants to stand next to the drunk
11 reasons why Kingston Carnival will be totally awesome
Kingston Guardian / Posted 10 hours ago
or two can add to an event’s enjoyment, no-one wants to stand next to the drunk guy who has lost all perception of personal space. One stage isn’t enough for all the entertainment. Alongside the Prabha Shetty main stage in Market Place, the Colin... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Hardap Tourism Centres to Create Jobs for LocalsThe construction of five tourism centres as well as the expansion of an SME Ind
Hardap Tourism Centres to Create Jobs for Locals
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 hours ago
The construction of five tourism centres as well as the expansion of an SME Industrial Park in Hardap Region is expected to create close to 200 jobs during construction phase and approximately 86 permanent employment opportunities once the facilities... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Cloud Computing Driving Outsourced Data Centre Market Up in Australia, Says Frost & Sullivanmobile data and gaming, and the corporate sectors use of data intensive applica
Cloud Computing Driving Outsourced Data Centre Market Up in Australia, Says Frost & Sullivan
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 hours ago
mobile data and gaming, and the corporate sectors use of data intensive applications, the Australian outsourced data centre market continues to grow strongly. In 2014, data centre services revenue in Australia totalled A$826 million; a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Cutting Crimefaulted a police structure centrally commanded and federally funded, thereby ex
Cutting Crime
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 hours ago
faulted a police structure centrally commanded and federally funded, thereby excluding a sense of state participation and community involvement. These issues apparently perhaps underlined Ambode's admission that the Nigeria Police "lack the right... Read more
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iol.co.za
Down, not out, in New Orleanslack of supermarkets, shops selling fresh vegetables, and restaurants. One exce
Down, not out, in New Orleans
iol.co.za / Posted 14 hours ago
lack of supermarkets, shops selling fresh vegetables, and restaurants. One exception is the city's sizeable Vietnamese community, which has established itself over the past four decades and is centred on the Village de l'Est... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Boy, 3, hurt after playing with used hypodermic needleOdette Sharpe from the Embassy Hotel, came together with the support of Phil Ne
Boy, 3, hurt after playing with used hypodermic needle
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 14 hours ago
Odette Sharpe from the Embassy Hotel, came together with the support of Phil Newstead from Andover House to bring forward a community initiative to solve the issue. “In October 2014 we came together and put gates up at each end of the alleyway,... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Boy, 3, hurt after playing with used hypodermic needleOdette Sharpe from the Embassy Hotel, came together with the support of Phil Ne
Boy, 3, hurt after playing with used hypodermic needle
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 15 hours ago
Odette Sharpe from the Embassy Hotel, came together with the support of Phil Newstead from Andover House to bring forward a community initiative to solve the issue. “In October 2014 we came together and put gates up at each end of the alleyway,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Mega shopping malls get a roll on/ Chris Gorman Predictions of the demise of the shopping mall appear to have b
Mega shopping malls get a roll on
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
/ Chris Gorman Predictions of the demise of the shopping mall appear to have been exaggerated - across Auckland, retail centres are being bought, sold, built and expanded in a surge of deals worth $1 billion-plus. Internet shopping's popularity... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
West Way redevelopment should cater for teens in community hub, firms toldA ‘CHILL-OUT’ space for teenagers, a coffee shop and a computer room should be
West Way redevelopment should cater for teens in community hub, firms told
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 19 hours ago
A ‘CHILL-OUT’ space for teenagers, a coffee shop and a computer room should be provided as part of a new West Way community hub., residents say. At a meeting between key community figures, developer Mace and architect Make, a wish list was drawn up... Read more
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Just Arsenal
Walcott confident he can ease Arsenal’s goal drought…IF he playsplayer to have scored a goal in the four Premier League games so far, the Arsen
Walcott confident he can ease Arsenal’s goal drought…IF he plays
Just Arsenal / Posted 19 hours ago
player to have scored a goal in the four Premier League games so far, the Arsenal website has been forced to include the Community Shield winner against Chelsea scored by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, just to give the fans an option to choose... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Housing estate could take 10 years to finishPLANS for a sports centre with a swimming pool, nearly 2,000 homes and three sc
Housing estate could take 10 years to finish
Oxford Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
PLANS for a sports centre with a swimming pool, nearly 2,000 homes and three schools in Didcot could take more than 10 years to complete. Proposals for land north east of the town have been submitted and a delivery of 150 to 200 homes is expected... Read more
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Oxford Mail
West Way redevelopment should cater for teens in community hub, firms toldA ‘CHILL-OUT’ space for teenagers, a coffee shop and a computer room should be
West Way redevelopment should cater for teens in community hub, firms told
Oxford Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
A ‘CHILL-OUT’ space for teenagers, a coffee shop and a computer room should be provided as part of a new West Way community hub., residents say. At a meeting between key community figures, developer Mace and architect Make, a wish list was drawn up... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Firms clamour for space at Wirral Chamber's latest business centreWirral Chamber's latest small business centre is well on the way to being fully
Firms clamour for space at Wirral Chamber's latest business centre
Liverpool Echo / Posted 19 hours ago
Wirral Chamber's latest small business centre is well on the way to being fully let – in the same week as it is officially launched. Pacific Road in Birkenhead is the chamber’s third business centre. It eventually aims to operate five across... Read more
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Canberra Times
In defence of Tuggeranong - it has a soul and we see it every daylive there and see evidence of a soul there every day And it's in the smallest
In defence of Tuggeranong - it has a soul and we see it every day
Canberra Times / Posted 20 hours ago
live there and see evidence of a soul there every day And it's in the smallest things. The view of Tuggeranong Town Centre from on top of Urambi Hills Nature reserve Canberra. Photo: Colleen Petch Take Marta Georgiadis. She's worked at the... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
US company IntelliCentrics touches down at Regent House in StockportUS hospital security software firm IntelliCentrics has moved to Orbit Developme
US company IntelliCentrics touches down at Regent House in Stockport
Manchester Evening News / Posted 20 hours ago
US hospital security software firm IntelliCentrics has moved to Orbit Developments’ Regent House in Stockport town centre. Its Reptrax service gives hospitals the ability to control access to restricted or patient sensitive areas by only allowing... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Fears over future of Drumchapel Hospital after proposals lodged to close wardsto be taking taxis and the area has issues with how it's served by public trans
Fears over future of Drumchapel Hospital after proposals lodged to close wards
EveningTimes Online / Posted 21 hours ago
to be taking taxis and the area has issues with how it's served by public transport.” Workers raised concerns about the space in Gartnavel. A member of staff at the hospital, who asked not be named, said: "While I can see that the board want to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Business and community groups urge government to prioritise Woden town centreBarr has a chat at the Woden Library with students from the Lyons Early Childho
Business and community groups urge government to prioritise Woden town centre
Canberra Times / Posted 23 hours ago
Barr has a chat at the Woden Library with students from the Lyons Early Childhood School. Photo: Graham Tidy Business and community groups have warned the ACT government of the need for urgent action to revitalise the Woden town centre, despite... Read more
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Kiama Independent
South Coast Regional Wrap | Friday, Sept. 4whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) breaching. Photo by K. Begg/OEH BEGA - Despite
South Coast Regional Wrap | Friday, Sept. 4
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) breaching. Photo by K. Begg/OEH BEGA - Despite the cold rain, a group of concerned community members of all ages gathered in Littleton Gardens on Thursday to demand greater consultation over council... Read more
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Daily Liberal
More than $25,000 repaid to councillorforget to refresh your page as we take a look through your local, regional and
More than $25,000 repaid to councillor
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
forget to refresh your page as we take a look through your local, regional and national news. We also have a few community notices for you this morning. If you have anything you would like me to include in the Morning Grill, send an... Read more
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Daily Liberal
More than $25,000 repaid to councillorforget to refresh your page as we take a look through your local, regional and
More than $25,000 repaid to councillor
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
forget to refresh your page as we take a look through your local, regional and national news. We also have a few community notices for you this morning. If you have anything you would like me to include in the Morning Grill, send an... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
gravest-threat-worldMovement [the governments of the large majority of the world’s population], is
gravest-threat-world
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted yesterday
Movement [the governments of the large majority of the world’s population], is prepared to work with the international community to achieve these goals, knowing full well that, along the way, it will probably run into many hurdles raised by the... Read more
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BC Local News
‘Just call us Quadra Circle’It all began in 2007. A group of friends, sitting around having lunch at the Q
‘Just call us Quadra Circle’
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
It all began in 2007. A group of friends, sitting around having lunch at the Quadra Island Community Centre, were talking about the services offered on their little island – or lack thereof. That was the informal start of the Quadra Circle... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
‘Just call us Quadra Circle’It all began in 2007. A group of friends, sitting around having lunch at the Q
‘Just call us Quadra Circle’
Campbell River Mirror / Posted yesterday
It all began in 2007. A group of friends, sitting around having lunch at the Quadra Island Community Centre, were talking about the services offered on their little island – or lack thereof. That was the informal start of the Quadra Circle... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Developer fees debateforget to refresh your page as we take a look through your local, regional and
Developer fees debate
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
forget to refresh your page as we take a look through your local, regional and national news. We also have a few community notices for you this morning. If you have anything you would like me to include in the Morning Grill, send an... Read more
13 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Developer fees debateforget to refresh your page as we take a look through your local, regional and
Developer fees debate
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
forget to refresh your page as we take a look through your local, regional and national news. We also have a few community notices for you this morning. If you have anything you would like me to include in the Morning Grill, send an... Read more
13 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Friday September 4forget to refresh your page as we take a look through your local, regional and
Friday September 4
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
forget to refresh your page as we take a look through your local, regional and national news. We also have a few community notices for you this morning. If you have anything you would like me to include in the Morning Grill, send an... Read more
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thebee
Green steps forward in HyndburnTwo proposals are being developed so that more people can enjoy important natur
Green steps forward in Hyndburn
thebee / Posted yesterday
Two proposals are being developed so that more people can enjoy important natural greenspaces in Hyndburn, at Foxhill Bank Local Nature Reserve in Oswaldtwistle and the Rothwell Heights part of Bullough Park in Accrington. Foxhill Bank Local Nature... Read more
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Aberdeen City Council News
Muse, Aviva Investors and Aberdeen City Council Showcase Transformational �107 Million Marischal Square ProjectCity Council Showcase Transformational �107 Million Marischal Square Project 03
Muse, Aviva Investors and Aberdeen City Council Showcase Transformational �107 Million Marischal Square Project
Aberdeen City Council News / Posted yesterday
City Council Showcase Transformational �107 Million Marischal Square Project 03/09/15 Aberdeen's most important new city-centre location has been showcased today (3 September, 2015) as progress on the transformational �107 million Marischal... Read more
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John O'Groat Journal
Multi-function Highland sports hub gets one step closerA MULTI-MILLION Highland Regional Sports Centre being planned for Inverness mov
Multi-function Highland sports hub gets one step closer
John O'Groat Journal / Posted yesterday
A MULTI-MILLION Highland Regional Sports Centre being planned for Inverness moved a step forward yesterday after Highland Council agreed funding of up to £150,000 to develop detailed designs and costings. The vast majority of councillors, 51 in... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Jose's Current Chelsea Troubles Evoke Memories of 2007full of journalists watching their notepads shrivel in the damp heat, all wonde
Jose's Current Chelsea Troubles Evoke Memories of 2007
Bleacher Report / Posted yesterday
full of journalists watching their notepads shrivel in the damp heat, all wondering if it was possible to create enough space to take their coats off. And in the middle of them all, tie askew, top button undone, face gleaming pink, was Jose... Read more
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Brandon Sun
BU flush with gender-neutral washroomshas established 14 single-stall, accessible washrooms, in addition to the one a
BU flush with gender-neutral washrooms
Brandon Sun / Posted yesterday
has established 14 single-stall, accessible washrooms, in addition to the one already available in the Healthy Living Centre. "I am very proud of the university for listening to student and faculty concerns, seeking out expertise from the... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
New York's greatest design icons: from Macy's balloons to the Yankees logocelebrating city life. HG Wells admired the way it went “ploughing up through t
New York's greatest design icons: from Macy's balloons to the Yankees logo
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
celebrating city life. HG Wells admired the way it went “ploughing up through the traffic” and Joseph Stella put it at the centre of his 1922 skyscraper-romancing five-panel, Voice of the City of New York Interpreted. Then, as now, the Flatiron... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Hardap Fights Unemployment Through Tourism CentresThe construction of five tourism centres as well as the expansion of an SME Ind
Hardap Fights Unemployment Through Tourism Centres
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
The construction of five tourism centres as well as the expansion of an SME Industrial Park in Hardap region is expected to create close to 200 jobs during the construction phase and approximately 86 permanent employment opportunities once the... Read more
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The Coast
Where to live in Halifax’60s. Trendy, chic, hip—they’re all accurate labels that the north end neverthe
Where to live in Halifax
The Coast / Posted yesterday
’60s. Trendy, chic, hip—they’re all accurate labels that the north end nevertheless despises. Tech start-ups share office space with arts co-ops, there are two thrift stores for every gastropub, and nobody knows if that’s a good thing or a bad.... Read more
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iol.co.za
Perfect sight-line to the starsthe massive, striped face of the largest planet in our solar system. I am on th
Perfect sight-line to the stars
iol.co.za / Posted yesterday
the massive, striped face of the largest planet in our solar system. I am on the roof of a small observatory with 11 other space tourists; two other groups are on other telescopes elsewhere on the grounds. I cede the eyepiece to the woman next to... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Kaliningrad, Russia – The Dagger Points East and Westwarfare.. this brand of warfare involves rapidly generating highly trained and
Kaliningrad, Russia – The Dagger Points East and West
Naked Capitalism / Posted yesterday
warfare.. this brand of warfare involves rapidly generating highly trained and disciplined forces who enter the battle space out of uniform and, in coordination with local supporters, utilize psychological operations, intimidation, and bribery... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Kate Royse: There's still value in single-sex schoolingGirlguiding Nottinghamshire's County Commissioner, Kate Royse, reflects on the
Kate Royse: There's still value in single-sex schooling
Nottingham Post / Posted yesterday
Girlguiding Nottinghamshire's County Commissioner, Kate Royse, reflects on the importance of keeping space for 'girls only'. In 1966, there were 2,500 single-sex schools in the UK. This figure is more like 500 today. That's a huge cultural shift,... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Internships on offer for people living in DIY SOS army veteran villageA building firm is offering internships to people living in a community for arm
Internships on offer for people living in DIY SOS army veteran village
Manchester Evening News / Posted yesterday
A building firm is offering internships to people living in a community for army veterans being created by BBC makeover team DIY SOS. The project, led by presenter Nick Knowles, is bringing empty houses on two streets in Newton Heath back into use... Read more
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The Burton View
In briefin downtown Flint, Sept. 11-13. “Over the years, Bikes on the Bricks has becom
In brief
The Burton View / Posted yesterday
in downtown Flint, Sept. 11-13. “Over the years, Bikes on the Bricks has become one of Flint’s most recognizable community events,” said SCU President and Chief Executive Officer Christopher Estes. “Security Credit Union is pleased to... Read more
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Swartz Creek View
In briefin downtown Flint, Sept. 11-13. “Over the years, Bikes on the Bricks has becom
In brief
Swartz Creek View / Posted yesterday
in downtown Flint, Sept. 11-13. “Over the years, Bikes on the Bricks has become one of Flint’s most recognizable community events,” said SCU President and Chief Executive Officer Christopher Estes. “Security Credit Union is pleased to... Read more
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Flint Township View
In briefin downtown Flint, Sept. 11-13. “Over the years, Bikes on the Bricks has becom
In brief
Flint Township View / Posted yesterday
in downtown Flint, Sept. 11-13. “Over the years, Bikes on the Bricks has become one of Flint’s most recognizable community events,” said SCU President and Chief Executive Officer Christopher Estes. “Security Credit Union is pleased to... Read more
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Kiama Independent
In case you missed it...after all! The Friends of Littleton Gardens feel tricked” by the council, which
In case you missed it...
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
after all! The Friends of Littleton Gardens feel tricked” by the council, which appears to have once again made significant community decisions without adequate consultation. Jo Dodds was one of many in the Bega community distressed when several... Read more
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The Star
China developer to launch RM1.2bil projectvicinity, Agile Real Estate Development (M) Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Wil
China developer to launch RM1.2bil project
The Star / Posted 2 days ago
vicinity, Agile Real Estate Development (M) Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Wilson Ren told StarBiz. “We want to build a community, a private environment where people can walk around and get to know their neighbours,” Ren said. Facilities... Read more
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