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The Journal-Standard
Freeport's Brian Borger serves as new Small Business Collaborative directorConvention & Visitors Bureau and Freeport Downtown Development Foundation.They’
Freeport's Brian Borger serves as new Small Business Collaborative director
The Journal-Standard / Posted an hour ago
Convention & Visitors Bureau and Freeport Downtown Development Foundation.They’ve directed him to fill downtown’s empty spaces and vacant storefronts with small businesses so the city becomes a destination for shopping and entertainment.“It’s a... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Harlem burgeons as an art gallery districteast of the Studio Museum. After many years downtown, Gavin Brown's Enterprise
Harlem burgeons as an art gallery district
Brandon Sun / Posted 2 hours ago
east of the Studio Museum. After many years downtown, Gavin Brown's Enterprise is moving into three floors of exhibition space at a former brewery on West 127th Street. Those newcomers join longer-term residents like the Essie Green Galleries,... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Plans to 'rejuvenate' Ashford town at Brooklands College sitefeature for a new mini-park as part of the plans, as well as a new town square
Plans to 'rejuvenate' Ashford town at Brooklands College site
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 3 hours ago
feature for a new mini-park as part of the plans, as well as a new town square incorporating shops, and a large public open space. Read More A hair and beauty academy building will also be built in the town square, which formed part of the... Read more
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International Business Times
Suspect arrested after three people shot dead at Washington house party sustaining a gunshot wound and their condition has since been described as "hop
Suspect arrested after three people shot dead at Washington house party
International Business Times / Posted 4 hours ago
sustaining a gunshot wound and their condition has since been described as "hopeful". Police have set up a reunification centre for parents and relatives at a nearby church. One parent told NBC-affiliated television station, King5, they had been... Read more
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The Courier
Youth drop-in centreSTOPPING THE BOREDOM: A new youth centre for teenagers aged between 12-16 has r
Youth drop-in centre
The Courier / Posted 9 hours ago
STOPPING THE BOREDOM: A new youth centre for teenagers aged between 12-16 has recently opened in Sebastopol. Picture: Lachlan Bence. THE lack of youth programs and services in the Sebastopol area has prompted a response from the city’s leaders. A... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Forces veterans coping with life as civilians meet government minister at Ibrox to explain issues they face16 week programme is backed by Help for Heroes charity and Rangers Charity Foun
Forces veterans coping with life as civilians meet government minister at Ibrox to explain issues they face
EveningTimes Online / Posted 10 hours ago
16 week programme is backed by Help for Heroes charity and Rangers Charity Foundation who offer courses with their community coaches to allow the veterans to sit their SFA Level 1 football coaching exam. It helps ex service personnel deal... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Call for new focus of Shropshire leisure services in Ludlow, Shrewsbury and Oswestry « Shropshire StarThe authority says it wants to invest in and support three main community leisu
Call for new focus of Shropshire leisure services in Ludlow, Shrewsbury and Oswestry « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 11 hours ago
The authority says it wants to invest in and support three main community leisure hubs in Ludlow, Shrewsbury and Oswestry, as part of its strategy for the next 20 years. A public consultation on the council leisure strategy is now running until... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Renovation work completed to St Peter Hungate Churchwork was much needed and rectifies a problem that was causing us concern.” The
Renovation work completed to St Peter Hungate Church
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 11 hours ago
work was much needed and rectifies a problem that was causing us concern.” The building, which now holds a free centre for medieval art, was one of two Norfolk churches to receive renovation grants in October, along with St Mary... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Renovation work completed to St Peter Hungate Churchwork was much needed and rectifies a problem that was causing us concern.” The
Renovation work completed to St Peter Hungate Church
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 11 hours ago
work was much needed and rectifies a problem that was causing us concern.” The building, which now holds a free centre for medieval art, was one of two Norfolk churches to receive renovation grants in October, along with St Mary... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Veteran's charity show minister round Ibrox16 week programme is backed by Help for Heroes charity and Rangers Charity Foun
Veteran's charity show minister round Ibrox
EveningTimes Online / Posted 13 hours ago
16 week programme is backed by Help for Heroes charity and Rangers Charity Foundation who offer courses with their community coaches to allow the veterans to sit their SFA Level 1 football coaching exam. It helps ex service personnel deal... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
He finds forgotten treasures in ‘trash’2016. (Photos: The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore) What light did the
He finds forgotten treasures in ‘trash’
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 16 hours ago
2016. (Photos: The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore) What light did these shed on the early Catholic European community of that era? Mr Lim Chen Sian, an archaeologist at the ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, says the time capsule... Read more
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The Age
Meet Peter and Ahmad - the other side of the family violence storywoman, both staring straight ahead. "Sometimes they can be sitting together li
Meet Peter and Ahmad - the other side of the family violence story
The Age / Posted 16 hours ago
woman, both staring straight ahead. "Sometimes they can be sitting together like 'everything's fine'," Scott notes wryly. Space is at a premium. A cop talks to a rumpled man, who blinks in slow motion, in a corner. A lawyer consults a smartly... Read more
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The Border Mail
Community diaryCOMMUNITY DIARY 2016 Open Age Learning Program, term 3, has commenced, runs un
Community diary
The Border Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
COMMUNITY DIARY 2016 Open Age Learning Program, term 3, has commenced, runs until September 16. A diverse range of courses weekdays including how to play the piano, Tai Chi and creative writing. For more information on the exciting courses on offer... Read more
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Queensland Times
Animal issues: State event worth watchingis the racetrack career taken to its next phase, active retirement. It will be
Animal issues: State event worth watching
Queensland Times / Posted 19 hours ago
is the racetrack career taken to its next phase, active retirement. It will be held at Gatton Equestrian Centre on August 20 and 21. The competition is open to all Standardbred owners, riders and breeders. With 80 classes to... Read more
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The Border Mail
Delight over old station’s state honourthe attention of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, taking out a
Delight over old station’s state honour
The Border Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
the attention of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, taking out an award on Thursday night. A WODONGA public space earned praise for being “robust, uncluttered and considered” on its way to winning Victorian recognition this... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Parades Commission 'serious concern over Belfast anti-internment parade organiser's intention for peaceful and lawful event'City Hall imposed The republican anti-internment march passes by loyalist prot
Parades Commission 'serious concern over Belfast anti-internment parade organiser's intention for peaceful and lawful event'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 hours ago
City Hall imposed The republican anti-internment march passes by loyalist protesters on Royal Avenue in Belfast city centre. Pic Mark MarlowRepublican anti-internment march makes it's way through Belfast city centre and then on to the Falls... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Wolves fans optimisticand having something for that long, maybe it's time for a change. It might be g
Wolves fans optimistic
The Sudbury Star / Posted 22 hours ago
and having something for that long, maybe it's time for a change. It might be good for the team, the organization and the community." Rod Schutt hopes so. A former Wolves scoring star who still holds the single-season team record for goals, with... Read more
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walesonline
Splott's Star centre could be turned into a health centreCardiff council has said once the new £6m Star Hub opens after the summer holid
Splott's Star centre could be turned into a health centre
walesonline / Posted 23 hours ago
Cardiff council has said once the new £6m Star Hub opens after the summer holidays the existing Star Centre Road will close. The application is not for development of the building but permission for a new use. Read More According to the... Read more
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BC Local News
Tourism Tofino aims for new visitor centreTourism Tofino wants a new visitor centre at Cox Bay and is willing to increase
Tourism Tofino aims for new visitor centre
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Tourism Tofino wants a new visitor centre at Cox Bay and is willing to increase Tofino’s additional hotel room tax to get one. The destination marketing organization is set to hold a vote to see if Tofino’s fixed roof accommodation providers are... Read more
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Torontoist
Queer Youth Explain Why LGBTQ Transitional Housing is a Basic Needinstance, urban development writer Jay Pitter dropped by and helped youth fix u
Queer Youth Explain Why LGBTQ Transitional Housing is a Basic Need
Torontoist / Posted yesterday
instance, urban development writer Jay Pitter dropped by and helped youth fix up a traditional Jamaican dinner. A sense of community is also achieved through queer- and trans-friendly excursions around Toronto. Just a few months into operation,... Read more
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International Business Times
'We are at the tip of the end of President Mugabe' Zimbabwe's Tajamuka campaign says more as the 'hard way' of the peace – and he and his team as the 'soft way'. B
'We are at the tip of the end of President Mugabe' Zimbabwe's Tajamuka campaign says
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
more as the 'hard way' of the peace – and he and his team as the 'soft way'. But we are really creating that same space where citizens can feel safe to participate especially those who have been passive in the past and the upper classes of... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
The final pushto defeat this terrorist organisation in Mosul and Raqqa, and “the points in-be
The final push
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted yesterday
to defeat this terrorist organisation in Mosul and Raqqa, and “the points in-between”. He called on the international community to do all it could “to wage a holistic campaign against the root causes of violent extremism”. In this context, he... Read more
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Torontoist
How Can Moss Park Avoid Alienating Residents As It Gentrifies?Community organizers keep searching for the answer—but public consultations are
How Can Moss Park Avoid Alienating Residents As It Gentrifies?
Torontoist / Posted yesterday
Community organizers keep searching for the answer—but public consultations aren't getting them any closer to it. At the third public consultation for the proposed Moss Park recreation centre, the word that went unspoken, while unmistakably present,... Read more
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IGN
16 Reasons the Pixar Offices Are Better Than Yourslike a bunch of sterile offices, and more like a university campus, filled with
16 Reasons the Pixar Offices Are Better Than Yours
IGN / Posted yesterday
like a bunch of sterile offices, and more like a university campus, filled with fun stuff to see and do, all in the name of community, creativity, and working collectively to achieve the very best. So the following are the 16 most awesome things we... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Haslams turns art dealer to make a painting saledisplay their work at the hospital gallery, which raises money for charity. Al
Haslams turns art dealer to make a painting sale
Reading Evening Post / Posted yesterday
display their work at the hospital gallery, which raises money for charity. Although the hospital gallery offers a great space in which to exhibit work, people tend not to make special visits there so the artwork is rarely seen by anyone other... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Music series helps Penticton youth centre projectmental health and/or substance use cases for children and youth in Penticton be
Music series helps Penticton youth centre project
Penticton Western News / Posted yesterday
mental health and/or substance use cases for children and youth in Penticton between 2014 and 2015. As planning continues, community organizations are starting the first steps towards raising funds for a youth centre to tackle these problems. That... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
When Cvl Empowered Ajegunle YouthsDetermined to tackle the problem of youth unemployment, the Centre for Values i
When Cvl Empowered Ajegunle Youths
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Determined to tackle the problem of youth unemployment, the Centre for Values in Leadership along with its partners recently provided entrepreneurship training for 100 youths in Ajegunle community, a popular slum in Lagos State. Youth empowerment is... Read more
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walesonline
Why the people of my Valleys hometown voted for Brexitthe town I grew up in, called Home to Ebbw Vale, I’ve found that in the last fe
Why the people of my Valleys hometown voted for Brexit
walesonline / Posted yesterday
the town I grew up in, called Home to Ebbw Vale, I’ve found that in the last few decades vast swathes of unused wet green space in Blaenau Gwent has been transformed into beautiful, straight, shiny two and three lane highways connecting us to the... Read more
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The Courier
50 towns in 50 days: Korweinguboora. Small town, big namequiet and serenity of nature. Known for its clean air, clean water and rich so
50 towns in 50 days: Korweinguboora. Small town, big name
The Courier / Posted yesterday
quiet and serenity of nature. Known for its clean air, clean water and rich soil, Korweinguboora boasts a proud farming community. The Korweinguboora Recreation Reserve was opened in 1963 and remains a popular meeting place for local sporting... Read more
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Sussex Express
Heathfield community centre faces 700 per cent rent riseMembers of a parish council were left reeling when landlords of their leased co
Heathfield community centre faces 700 per cent rent rise
Sussex Express / Posted yesterday
Members of a parish council were left reeling when landlords of their leased community centre raised the annual rent seven hundred per cent. In 1990 Heathfield and Waldron Parish Council signed a 999 year lease on the Sheepsetting Lane building with... Read more
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express
Living in a national park has a lot of perkswalks to stargazing, but at any time of the year we can walk, cycle and sometim
Living in a national park has a lot of perks
express / Posted yesterday
walks to stargazing, but at any time of the year we can walk, cycle and sometimes even swim or sail in “Britain’s breathing spaces”. Related articles Britain’s love affair with historic homes Cliff erosion leaves three houses with spectacular... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Masterplan for former Granada Studios development revealedto last three years. Developers have already sold dozens of apartments within
Masterplan for former Granada Studios development revealed
Manchester Evening News / Posted yesterday
to last three years. Developers have already sold dozens of apartments within the St John’s Tower high rise - a living space aimed at both families and young professionals. Allied London chief executive Mike Ingall says he is keen to create a... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Pool closure 'not end of the road'A central part of Taradale Primary School and the wider community's swimming hi
Pool closure 'not end of the road'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
A central part of Taradale Primary School and the wider community's swimming history is set to close in December because of what engineering reports have deemed are structural risks. The Greendale pool complex in Ngarimu Cres, which is also the base... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Jose Mourinho to target another new centre-back?The Red Devils could lose Marcos Rojo and Daley Blind this summer and they have
Jose Mourinho to target another new centre-back?
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
The Red Devils could lose Marcos Rojo and Daley Blind this summer and they have earmarked the Brazilian centre-back as a possible replacement. Miranda is halfway through a two-year loan at Inter Milan from Atletico Madrid and had an impressive first... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
'Extremely disappointing': Wandsworth Council leader criticises Sadiq Khan as Plough Lane decision returns to Merton Council despite protestsof the impact this development would have on his constituents. "Quite why he h
'Extremely disappointing': Wandsworth Council leader criticises Sadiq Khan as Plough Lane decision returns to Merton Council despite protests
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted yesterday
of the impact this development would have on his constituents. "Quite why he has changed his mind so dramatically in the space of just a few months is difficult to fathom." The multi-million pound plans are to redevelop the Greyhound Stadium and... Read more
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Ilford Recorder
Ilford church rises from the rubble to hold official opening ceremonyand 4.30pm followed by a celebration service at 6pm. Dignitaries, including Cl
Ilford church rises from the rubble to hold official opening ceremony
Ilford Recorder / Posted yesterday
and 4.30pm followed by a celebration service at 6pm. Dignitaries, including Cllr Gurdial Bhamra, Mayor of Redbridge, and community leaders will attend the event to join in the festivities. The Church’s adminstrator, Michelle Ngabonziza said:... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Discarded needles unnerve Sudbury parentsA recent case of a child being nicked with a drug needle in a green space off L
Discarded needles unnerve Sudbury parents
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
A recent case of a child being nicked with a drug needle in a green space off Louis Street is sparking concern on social media and in the yards of a nearby social housing complex, the residents of which are predominantly parents of young kids. "It... Read more
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Bolton News
Plans put forward for new modern worship and community developmentPLANS have been put forward to demolish a church hall in Harwood and create a m
Plans put forward for new modern worship and community development
Bolton News / Posted yesterday
PLANS have been put forward to demolish a church hall in Harwood and create a modern multi-purpose community building in its place. The proposals from the Harwood Methodist Church aim to create a ‘fantastic new worship space’ as well as other... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sydney’s urban sprawl cuts cow’s grassschool. The Department of Planning and Environment said the precinct would be
Sydney’s urban sprawl cuts cow’s grass
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
school. The Department of Planning and Environment said the precinct would be an integral part of the south west growth centre. “The vision for the Austral is ... a range of housing types will develop to meet the needs of a diverse community,... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
10 things to do this weekend in Toowoomba1. Kath Dickson Community Toy Library Open Day WHEN: Saturday, 10am to 1pm (of
10 things to do this weekend in Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
1. Kath Dickson Community Toy Library Open Day WHEN: Saturday, 10am to 1pm (official opening 11am) WHERE: Kath Dickson Community Toy Library, Lemnos St ENJOY a free, family-friendly open day with lots of activities for children and a chance to see... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Muslim kids get schooled in anti-radicalizationschool, but the class isn't your average strict religious affair. Instead, Moh
Muslim kids get schooled in anti-radicalization
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
school, but the class isn't your average strict religious affair. Instead, Mohamed El-Rafih, the executive director of the Centre for Excellence, says that the class focuses on anti-radicalization, or rather separating the idea of radicalization... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Gardaí hunt for three men for rape of passerby in Clondalkinwith dashcams, who were in the area at the time to contact them. Noeline Black
Gardaí hunt for three men for rape of passerby in Clondalkin
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
with dashcams, who were in the area at the time to contact them. Noeline Blackwell, chief executive of Dublin Rape Crisis Centre, said this was a “classic nightmare attack” by a stranger on a victim. She said that while stranger attacks are not... Read more
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Northern Star
Our Sustainable Future announce Lismore council ticketsecond candidate on the ticket is Guy Stewart, chair of the Rainbow power compa
Our Sustainable Future announce Lismore council ticket
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
second candidate on the ticket is Guy Stewart, chair of the Rainbow power company, active at the Nimbin Neighbourhood Centre and in many of Nimbin's community sustainability projects. Also on the ticket are Simon Clough, current councillor;... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Eastern promise: Is Cape Breton’s Inverness poised to become Canada’s Hamptons?all golf-course related. There are some really nice private homes being built i
Eastern promise: Is Cape Breton’s Inverness poised to become Canada’s Hamptons?
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
all golf-course related. There are some really nice private homes being built in the vicinity of Inverness and outside the community.” (One currently under construction and garnering attention is owned by American real-estate developer Roland W.... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Clothing business returns after more than three yearsis located near Woolworths in Caneland Central. Rivers was previously operatin
Clothing business returns after more than three years
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
is located near Woolworths in Caneland Central. Rivers was previously operating in Mackay out of a Gregory St location in Centrepoint near Movidas and Dirty Martinis until November 2012. Rivers head office staff would not comment on the closure at... Read more
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The Border Mail
Friday, July 29, 2016residents A mystery investment group has re-ignited hopes the Beechworth Gaol
Friday, July 29, 2016
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
residents A mystery investment group has re-ignited hopes the Beechworth Gaol can be redeveloped into a “thriving community space” after snapping up the historic site. Read more. ►Wodonga man loses licence for drink-driving Ross Peter... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Papamoa Plaza on track to open food courtThe $20 million dollar Papamoa Plaza re-development is ahead of schedule with a
Papamoa Plaza on track to open food court
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
The $20 million dollar Papamoa Plaza re-development is ahead of schedule with a new food court due to open in October. Centre manager David Hill said the project had progressed faster than expected with demand for stores outweighing space... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
CLOSEUP: Niagara Regional Police go high-techgoing to be a lot more difficult to get away with a crime once the Niagara Regi
CLOSEUP: Niagara Regional Police go high-tech
St. Catharines Standard / Posted yesterday
going to be a lot more difficult to get away with a crime once the Niagara Regional Police get their real-time operations centre up and running. One of the technological advancements that will be at the NRP’s disposal will be the ability to zero... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
CLOSEUP: Niagara Regional Police go high-techgoing to be a lot more difficult to get away with a crime once the Niagara Regi
CLOSEUP: Niagara Regional Police go high-tech
Niagara Falls Review / Posted yesterday
going to be a lot more difficult to get away with a crime once the Niagara Regional Police get their real-time operations centre up and running. One of the technological advancements that will be at the NRP’s disposal will be the ability to zero... Read more
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Welland Tribune
CLOSEUP: Niagara Regional Police go high-techgoing to be a lot more difficult to get away with a crime once the Niagara Regi
CLOSEUP: Niagara Regional Police go high-tech
Welland Tribune / Posted yesterday
going to be a lot more difficult to get away with a crime once the Niagara Regional Police get their real-time operations centre up and running. One of the technological advancements that will be at the NRP’s disposal will be the ability to zero... Read more
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