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Nelson Star
Monkeys and medicine wheels"Monkeying 101," which involved getting his pupils to use their hands and feet
Monkeys and medicine wheels
Nelson Star / Posted an hour ago
"Monkeying 101," which involved getting his pupils to use their hands and feet to move, swing and crawl quickly around a space. This led, perhaps predictably, to some monkey business. But once the gorillas finished pounding their chests they... Read more
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chroniclelive
The postcode lottery of Newcastle schools revealedand North Tyneside. Hundreds of pupils from Benfield School, Excelsior Academy
The postcode lottery of Newcastle schools revealed
chroniclelive / Posted an hour ago
and North Tyneside. Hundreds of pupils from Benfield School, Excelsior Academy, George Stephenson High School, Longbenton Community College, Seaton Burn College and Walker Technology College are set to take part. A group of students recently... Read more
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News 10 NBC Rochester
Once unthinkable in US, drug shoot-up rooms get serious lookAssemblywoman Linda Rosenthal, who is working on legislation to allow supervise
Once unthinkable in US, drug shoot-up rooms get serious look
News 10 NBC Rochester / Posted an hour ago
Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal, who is working on legislation to allow supervised injection sites that would also include space for treatment services. "The idea shouldn't be dismissed out of hand. I don't see anyone else coming up with anything... Read more
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BC Local News
New Sidney skate park is ready to rollpark will be built at the north end of Sidney’s Tulista Park. The Town has app
New Sidney skate park is ready to roll
BC Local News / Posted an hour ago
park will be built at the north end of Sidney’s Tulista Park. The Town has approved the use of that portion of the green space for a skateboard facility that will replace the town’s existing one south of the Mary Winspear Centre, next to the Pat... Read more
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BC Local News
Central Saanich Hindu Parishad looking for more spaceOperating in a Central Saanich converted church since 1995, the Victoria Hindu
Central Saanich Hindu Parishad looking for more space
BC Local News / Posted 2 hours ago
Operating in a Central Saanich converted church since 1995, the Victoria Hindu Parishad and Cultural Centre has grown. The temple, which saw 50 families in its beginning, now sees around 200 families — or up to 800 people. With its growth comes... Read more
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The Sault Star
No script no problem for Mochrietheir seats Friday night. Mochrie vows to treat rookie improv talent with the
No script no problem for Mochrie
The Sault Star / Posted 3 hours ago
their seats Friday night. Mochrie vows to treat rookie improv talent with the utmost of care during a benefit at Kiwanis Community Theatre Centre to help Welcome Friend Association and Rainbow Camp. “We're not there to make fun of any of the... Read more
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Torontoist
Your Guide to Jane’s Walk 2016and Sunday, May 8, 1 p.m. Harbord Village is one of the neighbourhoods that il
Your Guide to Jane’s Walk 2016
Torontoist / Posted 3 hours ago
and Sunday, May 8, 1 p.m. Harbord Village is one of the neighbourhoods that illustrates what Jane Jacobs thought an urban community should look like. The area now faces development at an ever increasing pace, and walkers will be able to see the... Read more
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BC Local News
Crews douse small Ft. Steele blazein the East Kootenay, indeed across the Southern Interior. The City of Cranbro
Crews douse small Ft. Steele blaze
BC Local News / Posted 3 hours ago
in the East Kootenay, indeed across the Southern Interior. The City of Cranbrook is reminding residents that with proper community-wide preparation, populations and infrastructure can withstand the devastating effects of a wildfire, reducing loss... Read more
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chad
VIDEO & 360 PHOTO: Watch the robot speaker at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2016 programme launchon and dive headfirst into stories where they become a participant. They will
VIDEO & 360 PHOTO: Watch the robot speaker at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2016 programme launch
chad / Posted 3 hours ago
on and dive headfirst into stories where they become a participant. They will be able to virtually visit the International Space Station, understand what it might be like aboard a migrants’ boat, experience the onset of epilepsy, or navigate the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Can YOU crack this alien code?looking for planets in their star's 'habitable zone' - more informally called t
Can YOU crack this alien code?
Daily Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
looking for planets in their star's 'habitable zone' - more informally called the 'Goldilocks zone'. This is the swath of space that's 'just right' to allow an orbiting Earth-like planet to have liquid water on its surface, perhaps giving life a... Read more
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Columbia Star
Legals | May 6, 2016sell, to satisfy lien of the owner, at public sale by competitive bidding on Tu
Legals | May 6, 2016
Columbia Star / Posted 5 hours ago
sell, to satisfy lien of the owner, at public sale by competitive bidding on Tuesday, May 31, 2016 at 12:00 PM at the Extra Space Storage facility located at: 1721 Clemson Road Columbia, SC 29229 (803) 865-4346 The personal goods stored therein by... Read more
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Canberra Times
Clubs launch campaign against casino pokies bidACT head Gwyn Rees launched an online petition and campaign, which portrays the
Clubs launch campaign against casino pokies bid
Canberra Times / Posted 7 hours ago
ACT head Gwyn Rees launched an online petition and campaign, which portrays the clubs industry as a big supporter of the community, but an industry under seige. The campaign, which talks up clubs' support of children's sport, ethnic groups and... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Sedbergh School team wins Blood Sweat and Gears cycle challengecumulative distance. Funds raised by the Blood Sweat and Gears challenge go to
Sedbergh School team wins Blood Sweat and Gears cycle challenge
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 8 hours ago
cumulative distance. Funds raised by the Blood Sweat and Gears challenge go to Phoenix House, the Help for Heroes recovery centre in Catterick Garrison. Cyclists took to the Watt Bike for two-hour shifts. Director of Sport and Sedbergh Team... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Former top cop backs drug consumption rooms trial in Australian citiesof drug use. (ABC Local: Kate Hill) A high-profile former police chief has joi
Former top cop backs drug consumption rooms trial in Australian cities
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 hours ago
of drug use. (ABC Local: Kate Hill) A high-profile former police chief has joined a group of doctors who want more safe centres for drug users to be rolled out in Australia's capital cities. Key points: Friday marks the 15th anniversary of the... Read more
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Evening Standard
Yawning encouraged at world’s most boring conferencecelebrations. Niamh Coughlan Photography 20/50 Walk the South Bank (and don't
Yawning encouraged at world’s most boring conference
Evening Standard / Posted 11 hours ago
celebrations. Niamh Coughlan Photography 20/50 Walk the South Bank (and don't forget the beach) The South Bank, southbankcentre.co.ukDon’t take the South Bank for granted: besides the beach, which is really quite pretty in the right weather, it’s... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
First laughs since Syria: the clowns getting refugee children smilingIn Greece, an estimated 75% of unaccompanied children have no safe place to sta
First laughs since Syria: the clowns getting refugee children smiling
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 13 hours ago
In Greece, an estimated 75% of unaccompanied children have no safe place to stay due to the overcrowding of shelter spaces. Several volunteer groups are trying to ease the children’s plight. The Spanish organisation SOS Remar has... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Officials to meet following Mall of Africa shootingtaxi violence dispute. Picture: Twitter: @_ArriveAlive. taxi violence,SANTACO,
Officials to meet following Mall of Africa shooting
Eye Witness News / Posted 13 hours ago
taxi violence dispute. Picture: Twitter: @_ArriveAlive. taxi violence,SANTACO,Mall of Africa JOHANNESBURG - Gauteng Community Safety MEC Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane is expected to meet provincial taxi associations this morning following a... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Hanoi: Illegal floating houses in prime district a worry for urban plannersHANOI: On the edge of the city centre where the sound of frantic honking starts
Hanoi: Illegal floating houses in prime district a worry for urban planners
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 14 hours ago
HANOI: On the edge of the city centre where the sound of frantic honking starts to fade, is the island in the middle of the Red River known to locals as the seedy underbelly of Hanoi. Used needles and dirty blankets litter the ground at the section... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Cancer charity to move operational offices from city centre to Norwich Research Park Big C's events manager Dan Bell preparing for the move. Norfolk’s biggest ca
Cancer charity to move operational offices from city centre to Norwich Research Park
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 14 hours ago
Big C's events manager Dan Bell preparing for the move. Norfolk’s biggest cancer charity is set to relocate its operational offices from the city centre to Norwich... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Sharing a creative spaceidea for a pop-up studio in Bega has caught the interest of local artists and t
Sharing a creative space
Kiama Independent / Posted 15 hours ago
idea for a pop-up studio in Bega has caught the interest of local artists and teachers. “Bega is in need of a creative epicentre for the public,” curator Cayce Hill said this week. In a sign of changing times, a two-storey building once filled to... Read more
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Gazette
Elderly lunch club in Thornbury saved from closure after finding new homepeople has been saved from closure. The Tuesday Lunch Club was forced to leave
Elderly lunch club in Thornbury saved from closure after finding new home
Gazette / Posted 15 hours ago
people has been saved from closure. The Tuesday Lunch Club was forced to leave its home at Origin Café in Turnberrie’s Community Centre in Thornbury at the beginning of last month. After the centre’s trustees decided not to renew the café’s... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Museum CEO owns 30,000 books and reads in six languagesa niece will tackle his London stockpile. In his Oak Bay home, garishly-covere
Museum CEO owns 30,000 books and reads in six languages
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
a niece will tackle his London stockpile. In his Oak Bay home, garishly-covered, mystery paperbacks from the 1960s share space with French-made pocketbooks of the finest leather and paper. Some, like a lavish three-book series of Japanese art,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Minister Lindiwe Sisulu - Human Settlements Dept Budget Vote 2016by the Minister of Human Settlements on the occasion of the Budget Vote of the
Minister Lindiwe Sisulu - Human Settlements Dept Budget Vote 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 hours ago
by the Minister of Human Settlements on the occasion of the Budget Vote of the Ministry of Human Settlements, Imbizo Media Centre, Parliament Chairpersons and CEOs of Human Settlements Entities and Institutions I am accompanied today by the... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Albertans reach out to care for animals left behind as Fort McMurray residents fled firein need. Between 10 p.m. on Tuesday and 5 a.m. Mitchell said she took in 19 dog
Albertans reach out to care for animals left behind as Fort McMurray residents fled fire
Calgary Sun / Posted 17 hours ago
in need. Between 10 p.m. on Tuesday and 5 a.m. Mitchell said she took in 19 dogs, 14 cats, and one chinchilla, leaving space for 21 more dogs. “I saw so many tears of people coming in,” she said. “And it’s just so rewarding seeing them leave... Read more
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The Financial Express
Why in working formula, Lalu is stay-at-home dadand deputy chief minister in the Nitish government, politically. At the same t
Why in working formula, Lalu is stay-at-home dad
The Financial Express / Posted 19 hours ago
and deputy chief minister in the Nitish government, politically. At the same time, in recent days, Nitish has been at the centre of turbulence. He has become president of JD(U), and with the JD(U)-Congress-Left as nucleus, spoken of forging... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Albertans rush to help evacuees fleeing Fort Murray wildfiretire repairs, pet food and even graduation gowns for high school students who h
Albertans rush to help evacuees fleeing Fort Murray wildfire
The Globe and Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
tire repairs, pet food and even graduation gowns for high school students who have lost theirs in the fire. Some fitness centres are letting evacuees use their showers. U-Haul has offered of a month of storage and boxes. Labatt Breweries says it... Read more
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InDesign
INSPIRED BY TRADITIONAL JAPANESE SNOW DWELLINGSsurrounding landscape. Inside, high ceilings and wide glass window panels invit
INSPIRED BY TRADITIONAL JAPANESE SNOW DWELLINGS
InDesign / Posted 21 hours ago
surrounding landscape. Inside, high ceilings and wide glass window panels invite generous natural light into the open space. Created over a six-year design process and an 18-month construction period, the cultural complex contains a theatre,... Read more
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Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin
Clearview youth get a permanent centreBy the end of the summer, Clearview Township will open its first permanent yout
Clearview youth get a permanent centre
Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin / Posted 21 hours ago
By the end of the summer, Clearview Township will open its first permanent youth centre. Clearview Township is providing the funds to renovate two units in the plaza, across the street from Reinharts factory in Stayner, and for three years... Read more
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Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin
New Stayner library on the booksthree options for council to make a decision upon: Mayor Vanderkruys said he t
New Stayner library on the books
Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin / Posted 21 hours ago
three options for council to make a decision upon: Mayor Vanderkruys said he thinks the best bet is to put it at the Community Centre because the library could share features such as parking and kitchen facilities. Deputy Mayor Barry Burton... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Committee approves university cycleway planstoday approved plans for this section of the Uni-Cycle route. The cycleway is a
Committee approves university cycleway plans
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 21 hours ago
today approved plans for this section of the Uni-Cycle route. The cycleway is about 3 kilometres long and is on road space as well as university land.Building the cycleway on campus land is subject to university approval."The Uni-Cycle route... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
It’s even more fun nowCHARLEVILLE’S Early Learning Centre had their open day on Saturday to promote i
It’s even more fun now
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 21 hours ago
CHARLEVILLE’S Early Learning Centre had their open day on Saturday to promote its newest playground. In September last year the Uniting Care Community took over the centre which has enabled them to get the funds for a new bus and $80,000... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Clearview youth get a permanent centreBy the end of the summer, Clearview Township will open its first permanent yout
Clearview youth get a permanent centre
Barrie Examiner / Posted 21 hours ago
By the end of the summer, Clearview Township will open its first permanent youth centre. Clearview Township is providing the funds to renovate two units in the plaza, across the street from Reinharts factory in Stayner, and for three years... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
The kids are not alrightwhere we failed him. At that time we did not have any formalized mental health
The kids are not alright
Barrie Examiner / Posted 21 hours ago
where we failed him. At that time we did not have any formalized mental health crisis program for young people. The community failed Cody too. He was on a wait list for a counselling session and he did get a call for an appointment -- two... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
New Stayner library on the booksthree options for council to make a decision upon: Mayor Vanderkruys said he t
New Stayner library on the books
Barrie Examiner / Posted 21 hours ago
three options for council to make a decision upon: Mayor Vanderkruys said he thinks the best bet is to put it at the Community Centre because the library could share features such as parking and kitchen facilities. Deputy Mayor Barry Burton... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Biotech firm makes city its new European baseInternational biotech company Proteintech is the latest tenant to move into Man
Biotech firm makes city its new European base
Manchester Evening News / Posted 21 hours ago
International biotech company Proteintech is the latest tenant to move into Manchester city centre as the local tech cluster grows. The US-based organisation has chosen 196 Deansgate as its new European headquarters. Proteintech have taken 4,631 sq... Read more
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The Indian Express
JD(U)-RJD alliance, six month check: Why in working formula, Lalu is stay-at-home dadand deputy chief minister in the Nitish government, politically. At the same t
JD(U)-RJD alliance, six month check: Why in working formula, Lalu is stay-at-home dad
The Indian Express / Posted 23 hours ago
and deputy chief minister in the Nitish government, politically. At the same time, in recent days, Nitish has been at the centre of turbulence. He has become president of JD(U), and with the JD(U)-Congress-Left as nucleus, spoken of forging... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Bear conflict management: garbage disposalwhich also face the issue of bears, including Canmore, Whistler, Revelstoke, Ca
Bear conflict management: garbage disposal
Fernie Free Press / Posted yesterday
which also face the issue of bears, including Canmore, Whistler, Revelstoke, Castlegar and Fernie. This week’s article is centred on garbage management. The town, which has a population of 12,288, had an ongoing saying that you could not go into... Read more
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BC Local News
EVENTS GUIDE for May 5 and beyond (Surrey, North DeltaChurch, 1657 140th St., Surrey. Tickets $20 adults, $10 Child (12 and under). “
EVENTS GUIDE for May 5 and beyond (Surrey, North Delta
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Church, 1657 140th St., Surrey. Tickets $20 adults, $10 Child (12 and under). “Universal Gospel Choir is a 100 member, community-based Vancouver choir. A group of singers passionate about raising the roof with all genres of music. This choir... Read more
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TSN
Season Game Plan: Columbus Blue Jacketsto go along with their skill, but it’s easy to see what the vision is for this
Season Game Plan: Columbus Blue Jackets
TSN / Posted yesterday
to go along with their skill, but it’s easy to see what the vision is for this team. Now, in sacrificing their number one centre in a trade last season, the Blue Jackets did clearly upgrade their blueline and between Seth Jones and the impending... Read more
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The Record
‘Terrible thing’: Father urges son to turn himself in for toddler’s fatal stabbingmatter what your grocery budget is or where you shop, there are a handful of wa
‘Terrible thing’: Father urges son to turn himself in for toddler’s fatal stabbing
The Record / Posted yesterday
matter what your grocery budget is or where you shop, there are a handful of ways to bite back... Gardenland Garden Centres Inc. in Cambridge knows that a limited outdoor space can present... Anyone with a vehicle understands how quickly... Read more
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The Courier
Capital Life: What's on in Canberra's arts scene from March 4each drawing follows the same interlocking system." Over & Over, by Clare Thack
Capital Life: What's on in Canberra's arts scene from March 4
The Courier / Posted yesterday
each drawing follows the same interlocking system." Over & Over, by Clare Thackway, is showing at Canberra Contemporary Art Space City, Canberra City Framing, corner of Hobart Place and London Circuit, until April 9. And in Manuka, Joel Arthur is... Read more
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The Record
House sales in K-W set record in Aprilhas... Art’s Custom Countertops in Kitchener, Ontario, provides state-of-the-a
House sales in K-W set record in April
The Record / Posted yesterday
has... Art’s Custom Countertops in Kitchener, Ontario, provides state-of-the-art countertops for kitchens... DM Service Centre provides automotive repair and maintenance services to people in Waterloo,... Frankly, the community-driven... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Skelmersdale - the weird and wonderful world of the West Lancashire new townoverspill population of Merseyside. The result is a town ordered by loosely al
Skelmersdale - the weird and wonderful world of the West Lancashire new town
Liverpool Echo / Posted yesterday
overspill population of Merseyside. The result is a town ordered by loosely alphabeticised housing projects, vast green space and looping roads which contain no traffic lights - only roundabouts. It's also become the birthplace of many... Read more
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iTWire
CeBIT Australia 2016 deemed major success, new 2017 home announcedfor CeBIT Australia 2017 to be held in May next year. Darling Harbour will be
CeBIT Australia 2016 deemed major success, new 2017 home announced
iTWire / Posted yesterday
for CeBIT Australia 2017 to be held in May next year. Darling Harbour will be the home of the new International Convention Centre, a completely massive and radical transformation which will unleash Australia’s biggest and most impressive conference... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Artist's impressions of what might replace Darwen’s three-day market revealedimpressions of what might replace Darwen’s three-day market should it be demoli
Artist's impressions of what might replace Darwen’s three-day market revealed
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted yesterday
impressions of what might replace Darwen’s three-day market should it be demolished have been revealed. The Darwen Town Centre Partnership Board held a second consultation meeting at Darwen Aldridge Community Academy to present two future... Read more
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Western Advocate
Hotline to help parents divert children from radicalisationKeenan said the hotline was "being designed as an advice and support line, not
Hotline to help parents divert children from radicalisation
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
Keenan said the hotline was "being designed as an advice and support line, not a reporting line". She said the new call centre would be staffed by "trained professionals, such as counsellors" and it was "envisaged it will be run by a... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Budget 2016: Hotline to help parents divert children from radicalisationKeenan said the hotline was "being designed as an advice and support line, not
Budget 2016: Hotline to help parents divert children from radicalisation
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
Keenan said the hotline was "being designed as an advice and support line, not a reporting line". She said the new call centre would be staffed by "trained professionals, such as counsellors" and it was "envisaged it will be run by a... Read more
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The North West Star
Budget 2016: Hotline to help parents divert children from radicalisationKeenan said the hotline was "being designed as an advice and support line, not
Budget 2016: Hotline to help parents divert children from radicalisation
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
Keenan said the hotline was "being designed as an advice and support line, not a reporting line". She said the new call centre would be staffed by "trained professionals, such as counsellors" and it was "envisaged it will be run by a... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Hotline to help parents divert children from radicalisationKeenan said the hotline was "being designed as an advice and support line, not
Hotline to help parents divert children from radicalisation
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
Keenan said the hotline was "being designed as an advice and support line, not a reporting line". She said the new call centre would be staffed by "trained professionals, such as counsellors" and it was "envisaged it will be run by a... Read more
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The Border Mail
Budget 2016: Hotline to help parents divert children from radicalisationKeenan said the hotline was "being designed as an advice and support line, not
Budget 2016: Hotline to help parents divert children from radicalisation
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Keenan said the hotline was "being designed as an advice and support line, not a reporting line". She said the new call centre would be staffed by "trained professionals, such as counsellors" and it was "envisaged it will be run by a... Read more
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