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2015/07/30 09:19
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With vigilance and care, the circle of poverty can be overcome and families can be led out of it — and stay out — said Sue Ann Priemer, coach for Connellsville Area Circles program. “We're in this...
2015/07/30 09:19
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2015/07/28 19:23
2015/07/28 19:23
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ENGAGING minds, igniting hearts and serving others was the forefront of Catholic Education Week launch celebrations at St Mary's Primary School yesterday. St Mary's was chosen as the host of the...
2015/07/27 22:22
2015/07/27 22:22
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He was awarded countless commendations throughout his life, was the first newsagent in NSW to sell Lego and could put a Vickers machine gun together blindfolded, but for all his achievements, it was...
2015/07/23 21:35
2015/07/23 21:35
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A Reading-based homeless shelter has launched a unique retail thrift store meant to provide funds and jobs for the homeless. The OppShop, run by the Opportunity House, opened its doors on the North...
2015/07/22 19:36
2015/07/22 19:36
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THE Winsome and Lismore Soup Kitchen has been undergoing important upgrades to keep pace with a growing number of people seeking its help. An $18,000 grant from Northern Rivers Community Foundation...
2015/07/22 14:46
2015/07/22 14:46
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Michael Perusco, CEO, St Vincent de Paul Society. NSW It has been very heartening recently to see negative gearing being seriously debated among economists, business and politicians at a state and...
2015/07/20 05:12
2015/07/20 05:12
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Courtesy photo Sister JoAnn Jauquet and Tom McLaughlin, members of the Gladstone World Hunger Run committee, present a check with this year's proceeds to Father Jamie Ziminski of All Saints Catholic...
2015/07/19 07:12
2015/07/19 07:12
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The annual Donate a Dollar Day collection to support the 3BA Christmas in July Appeal will be held on Thursday, July 23. Jules Zass with 3BA's Donate a Dollar Day collection tins. Picture: Lachlan...
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2015/07/18 17:57
2015/07/18 17:57
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Former Tiburon mayor Terry Hennessy is the new public member of the Marin Independent Journal editorial board. She joins IJ Publisher David Rounds and top editors in shaping IJ editorial positions....
2015/07/15 04:55
2015/07/15 04:55
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... is an edited extract of the Victorian Energy Consumer and User Alliance's submission to the AER on Victoria's distribution networks’ 2016-20 revenue proposals. There are a number of drivers...
2015/07/14 14:46
2015/07/14 14:46
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The average ACT power bill has dropped by as much as $305 in the past year. Photo: Glenn Hunt The repeal of the carbon tax and changes to network pricing rules have seen electricity bills paid by...
2015/07/11 23:03
2015/07/11 23:03
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Nov. 19, 1924 – July 8, 2015 John Barnes, a Navy veteran and salesman for Curtiss-Wright Corp., died July 8. He was 90. Known to friends and family as “Jack,” Mr. Barnes was born on Buffalo’s West...
2015/07/09 12:20
2015/07/09 12:20
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CHAMPAIGN — When Tim McMahon isn't selling pharmaceuticals thoughout the Midwest, he spends his spare time serving as the new president of the Champaign Park Board. Staff writer Tim Mitchell sat down...
2015/07/08 06:05
2015/07/08 06:05
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Sprinklers installed around Kings Street Art Centre in the Perth CBD have been turned off after an outcry. SPRINKLERS that were installed to deter homeless people from bedding down around the King...
2015/07/08 02:05
2015/07/08 02:05
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Sprinklers installed around Kings Street Art Centre in the Perth CBD have been turned off after an outcry. SPRINKLERS that were installed to deter homeless people from bedding down around Kings...
2015/07/07 22:26
2015/07/07 22:26
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Salvation Army may cut services in WA as donations decline for third year in a row The Salvation Army may be forced to cut services in WA after recording a decrease in donations for the third year in...
2015/07/06 17:18
2015/07/06 17:18
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One Mile Dam: Our village of the damned MICHAEL Delaney scrambles down the bank of the billabong at One Mile Dam and points to the grassy spot where he last saw his friend alive. "I went to the...
2015/07/06 12:36
2015/07/06 12:36
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A single issue of NCR changed the course of my life and eventually led to my starting an international movement of survivors of clergy abuse. I am extremely grateful to NCR! In the summer of 1985, I...
2015/07/06 00:44
2015/07/06 00:44
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As the temperatures continue to fall around Bathurst, charity stores are appealing to the public to help stock the shelves. HELP WANTED: Salvation Army Family Store manager Steve Barrott hopes...
2015/07/05 19:36
2015/07/05 19:36
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NIMBIN'S only op-shop, Vinnies, is struggling following a spate of vandalism and rubbish dumping that is part of a current police investigation. This is despite the organisation being located next...
2015/07/30 09:19
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