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The Sudbury Star
Jazz to take over Sudbury's Memorial Parkin the Park, a free admission event, will have live entertainment from noon unt
Jazz to take over Sudbury's Memorial Park
The Sudbury Star / Posted 10 hours ago
in the Park, a free admission event, will have live entertainment from noon until 4 p.m. and children's activities. Jazz Sudbury is inviting everyone to come explore the dynamic music that influences jazz. Audience members will have the... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Downie, Hip inspire Sudbury concertlast concert. An estimated 11.7 million people watched that last concert. The
Downie, Hip inspire Sudbury concert
The Sudbury Star / Posted 10 hours ago
last concert. An estimated 11.7 million people watched that last concert. The concert and the Gord Downie Fund inspired Sudbury bands to put together a concert to fundraise for brain cancer research. "We are honoured to partner with Blackwood... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
A little bit of Italy in Sudbury for one nightmagical sounds of an aria, the notes dancing on the spray and making your toes
A little bit of Italy in Sudbury for one night
The Sudbury Star / Posted 10 hours ago
magical sounds of an aria, the notes dancing on the spray and making your toes tingle. Well, for one night only, Sept. 1, Sudbury's Grotto, tucked off Van Horne Street, will be transformed into a little bit of Italy, complete with chanteuses,... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury faith: Admire dedication of the faithfuland to undercut the hatred and scorn that too often dominate the world stage.
Sudbury faith: Admire dedication of the faithful
The Sudbury Star / Posted 11 hours ago
and to undercut the hatred and scorn that too often dominate the world stage. We need not wait another four years to acknowledge that reality. The Rev. Dr. Bill Steadman is part of the ministry team at St. Andrew's United Church in downtown Sudbu... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Kirkland Lake Gold wins mine rescue competitionKirkland Lake Gold was the overall winner of the International Mine Rescue Comp
Kirkland Lake Gold wins mine rescue competition
The Sudbury Star / Posted 22 hours ago
Kirkland Lake Gold was the overall winner of the International Mine Rescue Competition in Sudbury this past week. The Boliden Tara Mines team from Ireland was second overall and the KGHM White Eagles third. Kirkland Lake Gold also topped the... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Column: champions or chumps on carbon pricing?on climate change, you've got to put a rapidly escalating price on carbon pollu
Column: champions or chumps on carbon pricing?
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
on climate change, you've got to put a rapidly escalating price on carbon pollution. That was the message speakers gave to Sudbury MP Paul Lefebvre earlier this month at his climate policy town hall. With Catherine McKenna, the federal Minister of... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Burglar absconds from Derbyshire prisonbattery after being convicted in August last year. Police are appealing for in
Burglar absconds from Derbyshire prison
Derbyshire Times / Posted yesterday
battery after being convicted in August last year. Police are appealing for information on his whereabouts, after he left Sudbury open prison on Saturday August 20. The 40-year-old is of mixed race, about 5ft 10ins tall, of average build, with... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury Accent: A sparkle in the jewellike many Killarney lakes, was over-clarified -- killed, some would say -- in t
Sudbury Accent: A sparkle in the jewel
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
like many Killarney lakes, was over-clarified -- killed, some would say -- in the mid-20th century by acid rain, with Sudbury smelters being the main culprit. It's not, however, that these were murky, tannin-tinted lakes to begin with. "The... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury fraud totals $21,000man allegedly created 30 forged documents and fraudulently obtained some $21,00
Sudbury fraud totals $21,000
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
man allegedly created 30 forged documents and fraudulently obtained some $21,000 in cash before he was arrested by Greater Sudbury Police. Police said they received a complaint from a local business stating that an employee had taken a number of... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Help for Wahnapitae shooting victimWe encourage you to donate to this amazing family, any amount is greatly apprec
Help for Wahnapitae shooting victim
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
We encourage you to donate to this amazing family, any amount is greatly appreciated." After a day-long pursuit, Greater Sudbury Police officers arrested two men, Raymond Willard, 25, and Rylan Nicksy, 26, on the day of the shooting. They face... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Azilda each safe for swimmingThe Sudbury and District Health Unit has removed the signs that advised against
Azilda each safe for swimming
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
The Sudbury and District Health Unit has removed the signs that advised against swimming at Whitewater Lake Park Beach in Azilda. The most recent water samples taken at the beach by the health unit are within acceptable bacteriological water quality... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury event sets bar high for mine rescueThe 2016 International Mine Rescue Competition has put Sudbury on the map and s
Sudbury event sets bar high for mine rescue
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
The 2016 International Mine Rescue Competition has put Sudbury on the map and set a high standard for the next event to be held in Russia in 2018, says Ontario's Labour minister. Kevin Flynn, Northern Development and Mines Minister Michael Gravelle... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury's G-Rant is back after cancer battleco-hosts, and some tears and laughter Monday at 5:30 a.m. if you tune in to the
Sudbury's G-Rant is back after cancer battle
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
co-hosts, and some tears and laughter Monday at 5:30 a.m. if you tune in to the Morning HOT Tub on the HOT 93.5 FM. Sudbury radio personality G-Rant will share the microphone with co-host Sherri K. after an eight-month absence to fight a... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
PASCAL: Locals get a kick out of 'blind soccer'excitement. Many Sudburians are already aware that 20-year-old Meghan Mahon, b
PASCAL: Locals get a kick out of 'blind soccer'
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
excitement. Many Sudburians are already aware that 20-year-old Meghan Mahon, born and raised in Timmins, but having called Sudbury home for the past year or so, will proudly represent Canada in the goal ball competition. In fact, Mahon has been a... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Voyageurs start on right footfor the Laurentian University women's soccer team as they powered to a season-o
Voyageurs start on right foot
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
for the Laurentian University women's soccer team as they powered to a season-opening 4-0 victory over the Ryerson Rams in Sudbury. "It was nice to come back," smiled Ferguson, a Kitchener, Ont. product enrolled in the health promotion program. "I... Read more
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Bury Free Press
Mildenhall making the most of fear factor to chalk up perfect recorddrew 2-2 with Haverhill Borough at the weekend and beat Braintree Town Reserves
Mildenhall making the most of fear factor to chalk up perfect record
Bury Free Press / Posted yesterday
drew 2-2 with Haverhill Borough at the weekend and beat Braintree Town Reserves 2-0 on Tuesday. n Team Bury, beaten 4-0 at AFC Sudbury Reserves last week, face a trip to Coggeshall Town tomorrow, and host Dereham Town Reserves on Tuesday (7.... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Mining companies get $3.5 million for projectsOntario cabinet ministers drawn to Sudbury for the 2016 International Mine Resc
Mining companies get $3.5 million for projects
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
Ontario cabinet ministers drawn to Sudbury for the 2016 International Mine Rescue Competition came with their cheque books and allocated more than $3.5 million to six mining projects expected to create 28 jobs. As well as creating employment and... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury OPP lay stunt driving chargeOPP have charged a Richmond Hill man for stunt driving following a traffic stop
Sudbury OPP lay stunt driving charge
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
OPP have charged a Richmond Hill man for stunt driving following a traffic stop on Highway 69 south of Sudbury. On Wednesday, members from the Sudbury OPP responded to a traffic complaint about a passenger car being operated erratically northbound... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury letters: Road woes in Onaping FallsTo the City of Greater Sudbury and the Ontario Ministry of Transportation: On b
Sudbury letters: Road woes in Onaping Falls
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
To the City of Greater Sudbury and the Ontario Ministry of Transportation: On behalf of the residents of Onaping Falls (Levack, Onaping, Dowling for the post City of Greater Sudbury generation), I just wanted to thank you for another summer of stop,... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
More jail in Sudbury for drunk driverA Greater Sudbury man in custody while facing a pair of impaired charges, one o
More jail in Sudbury for drunk driver
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
A Greater Sudbury man in custody while facing a pair of impaired charges, one of which involved a motor-vehicle collision in June, will spend another 162 days in jail and two years on probation. Angus Dunbabin, 41, will also be banned from driving... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Two more arrested in Wahnapitae shootingGreater Sudbury Police have arrested two more in connection with a shooting in
Two more arrested in Wahnapitae shooting
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
Greater Sudbury Police have arrested two more in connection with a shooting in Wahnapitae on Aug. 12. A 31-year-old female and 41-year-old male were taken into custody late Thursday night, according to a press release. Both were charged with... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Refugee family settling into Elliot LakeDesjardins, Elliot Lake Organization for Refugee Action (ELORA) co-chair, picke
Refugee family settling into Elliot Lake
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
Desjardins, Elliot Lake Organization for Refugee Action (ELORA) co-chair, picked the family up from the Sudbury Airport last week. “They were exhausted,” Desjardins said of the family’s travel. “We went to the hotel, and then... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
North Bay cop gets probation for assaultexplained his reasoning for the probation order and why he didn't agree with th
North Bay cop gets probation for assault
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
explained his reasoning for the probation order and why he didn't agree with the firearms prohibition recommended by Sudbury Crown attorney Elise Quinn. "When it comes to assaults, this is on a low-level scale. The accused is a police... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Swardeston preparing for most prestigious match in club’s historytravel to mid-table Burwell. Great Witchingham are just four points better off
Swardeston preparing for most prestigious match in club’s history
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
travel to mid-table Burwell. Great Witchingham are just four points better off and could do with a win over sixth-placed Sudbury at Walcis Park. Vauxhall Mallards travel to Copdock and Old Ipswichian while Norwich host mid-table rivals... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Swardeston preparing for most prestigious match in club’s historytravel to mid-table Burwell. Great Witchingham are just four points better off
Swardeston preparing for most prestigious match in club’s history
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 2 days ago
travel to mid-table Burwell. Great Witchingham are just four points better off and could do with a win over sixth-placed Sudbury at Walcis Park. Vauxhall Mallards travel to Copdock and Old Ipswichian while Norwich host mid-table rivals... Read more
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CBC.ca
Trudeau's not-so-subtle strategy to steal NDP applause: Chris Hallthat won 59 of the province's 75 seats in 2011 would likely start there. The s
Trudeau's not-so-subtle strategy to steal NDP applause: Chris Hall
CBC.ca / Posted 2 days ago
that won 59 of the province's 75 seats in 2011 would likely start there. The same can be said for the Liberals' choice of Sudbury for this week's cabinet retreat. The city has a large unionized workforce, and it's the heart of northern Ontario, a... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Witnesses sought to Sudbury crashGreater Sudbury Police, Fire Services and EMS were on the scene of a collision
Witnesses sought to Sudbury crash
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
Greater Sudbury Police, Fire Services and EMS were on the scene of a collision involving a van and motorcycle on Regent Street in Sudbury, Ont. on Wednesday August 24, 2016. Regent Street from Caswell Drive to Paris Street was closed to vehicular and... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury Star Readers Choice winners revealed todayto once a day per email address. This year, more than 93,000 votes were cast.
Sudbury Star Readers Choice winners revealed today
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
to once a day per email address. This year, more than 93,000 votes were cast. Winners can be viewed at http://www.thesudburystar.com/readerschoiceawards and the special Readers Choice booklet inside each of the Sudbury Star... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Growing Sudbury's food supplyA few years from now, Sudbury could be home to a veritable cornucopia of delici
Growing Sudbury's food supply
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
A few years from now, Sudbury could be home to a veritable cornucopia of delicious nuts, berries and fruit, all grown right here on this Canadian Shield from home-grown trees. Fruit For All is an organization in town that collects unwanted fruits... Read more
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Bury Free Press
Colleges continue to back Business Awardsin Bury. In addition, the collegehas Local Learning Centres in Haverhill, Ipswi
Colleges continue to back Business Awards
Bury Free Press / Posted 2 days ago
in Bury. In addition, the collegehas Local Learning Centres in Haverhill, Ipswich, Mildenhall, Thetford, Stowmarket and Sudbury. The college has more than 10,000 students studying for all levels of qualification and programme including 650... Read more
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CBC.ca
Liberals to unveil new UN peacekeeping force with hundreds of troops, police officersof cabinet to finalize the plan. That authorization was apparently given at th
Liberals to unveil new UN peacekeeping force with hundreds of troops, police officers
CBC.ca / Posted 2 days ago
of cabinet to finalize the plan. That authorization was apparently given at the cabinet retreat earlier this week in Sudbury, Ont., and comes in the midst of a Liberal caucus meeting in Quebec's Sageunay region. Minister of Public Safety... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Penetanguishene man undertakes ‘Nobody Does it Alone Tour’who can’t take part in the ride.” His trip will take him to communities like B
Penetanguishene man undertakes ‘Nobody Does it Alone Tour’
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 2 days ago
who can’t take part in the ride.” His trip will take him to communities like Bracebridge, Noelville, and two days in Sudbury (one day used for rest), then a truck ride from there to Espanola. “From there I will ride to Manitoulin Island... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Manitoulin contributes greatly to Big Bike successSUDBURY—The City of Greater Sudbury and Manitoulin Island fundraised over $93,0
Manitoulin contributes greatly to Big Bike success
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 2 days ago
SUDBURY—The City of Greater Sudbury and Manitoulin Island fundraised over $93,000 during this year’s Heart and Stroke Foundation Big Bike event. “Actually I think we are now closer to $94,000 having been raised,” stated Cori-Lynn Lemaitre, area... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Uncertainty batters nickel pricetrader and miner reported the smallest profit since becoming publicly traded.
Uncertainty batters nickel price
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
trader and miner reported the smallest profit since becoming publicly traded. Nickel -- the key mineral mines in Sudbury -- fell to a six-week low. Glencore fell as much as 4.9 per cent a day after the company reported a 66 per cent... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Suspect stole dozens of credit cards in Sudburyhas been charged in relation to dozens of thefts of credit cards and other ID f
Suspect stole dozens of credit cards in Sudbury
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
has been charged in relation to dozens of thefts of credit cards and other ID from a school gym. "In May and June, Greater Sudbury Police Service received a number of complaints from residents of Greater Sudbury, reporting that credit cards and... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Big crowds expected at Sudbury's RibFestNine years ago, organizers of the Downtown Sudbury RibFest estimated that rough
Big crowds expected at Sudbury's RibFest
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
Nine years ago, organizers of the Downtown Sudbury RibFest estimated that roughly 8,000-10,000 people would attend the festival. "That first year we landed up with about 15,000," Maureen Luoma, executive director of Downtown Sudbury, said at a press... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Citizen arrests break-in suspect in LivelyTwo young Espanola men face charges in connection with a Lively break-in. On A
Citizen arrests break-in suspect in Lively
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
Two young Espanola men face charges in connection with a Lively break-in. On Aug. 25, at 3:17 a.m. Greater Sudbury Police Service responded to a report of two males seen entering a camper-trailer parked on private property. "One of the males was... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Did PM pass baloney meter in Sudbury?Ring of Fire in Northern Ontario, the prime minister went panning for political
Did PM pass baloney meter in Sudbury?
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
Ring of Fire in Northern Ontario, the prime minister went panning for political points. Far away from where he stood in Sudbury lies one of the world's largest undeveloped deposits of chromite -- a key ingredient in stainless steel -- as well as... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Trudeau urges Liberal caucus to focus on climate change, middle-class growthmessage served as the more uplifting side of the main theme out of the cabinet
Trudeau urges Liberal caucus to focus on climate change, middle-class growth
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
message served as the more uplifting side of the main theme out of the cabinet retreat that took place earlier this week in Sudbury, Ont., which was that the second year of government will involve tough choices and coming to terms with the fact that... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Wildcats top Canadians in NOJHL preseason openerfor the save as Elliot Lake Wildcats Roman Luppov reaches for the puck during N
Wildcats top Canadians in NOJHL preseason opener
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
for the save as Elliot Lake Wildcats Roman Luppov reaches for the puck during NJOHL exhibition game action from the Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex in Sudbury, Ont. on Thursday August 25, 2016. Gino Donato/Sudbury Star/Postmedi... Read more
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CTV News
PM urges Liberals to focus on climate change, growing middle-classmessage served as the more uplifting side of the main theme out of the cabinet
PM urges Liberals to focus on climate change, growing middle-class
CTV News / Posted 2 days ago
message served as the more uplifting side of the main theme out of the cabinet retreat that took place earlier this week in Sudbury, Ont. There, Sir Michael Barber, a British guru on "deliverology" - the art of ensuring governments deliver on their... Read more
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Ipswich Star
West Suffolk GCSE pupils make their parents and teachers proudBury St Edmunds Schools across the area are celebrating outstanding GCSE resul
West Suffolk GCSE pupils make their parents and teachers proud
Ipswich Star / Posted 2 days ago
Bury St Edmunds Schools across the area are celebrating outstanding GCSE results after months of waiting. At the Ormiston Sudbury Academy, teachers celebrated a rise in the percentage of pupils gaining A* to C grades in both maths and English.... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Plans for roads to Ring of Fire development in limbo with inconclusive studymade no firm commitment when asked about the issue twice earlier this week by a
Plans for roads to Ring of Fire development in limbo with inconclusive study
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
made no firm commitment when asked about the issue twice earlier this week by a reporter following a cabinet retreat in Sudbury. “The Ring of Fire is a provincial initiative that the previous federal government was extremely detached from and... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
New Sudbury comes of ageAt one time, New Sudbury was home to more cattle, chickens and livestock than p
New Sudbury comes of age
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
At one time, New Sudbury was home to more cattle, chickens and livestock than people. And traffic meant getting your cattle safely across the railway tracks. Celebrate the community past and present during the second annual New Sudbury Days this... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Letter: Greater Sudbury needs more great parksOver the past little while, Greater Sudbury has gained incredible parkland and
Letter: Greater Sudbury needs more great parks
The Sudbury Star / Posted 3 days ago
Over the past little while, Greater Sudbury has gained incredible parkland and playgrounds from the generosity of community members. Lily Fielding contributed more than $1 million to the creation and development of Kivi Park in the Long Lake area in... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
In Brief: Sudbury arts and entertainmentauthor signing. It takes place Saturday, Oct. 1 from 2-3:30 p.m. For more detai
In Brief: Sudbury arts and entertainment
The Sudbury Star / Posted 3 days ago
author signing. It takes place Saturday, Oct. 1 from 2-3:30 p.m. For more details, check out the library's website at www.sudburylibraries.ca. Hidden Roots performs Come Up, Honey is the first collaborative album by the Hidden Roots Collective,... Read more
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Ipswich Star
West Suffolk GCSEs pupils make their parents and teachers proudBury St Edmunds Schools across the area are celebrating outstanding GCSE resul
West Suffolk GCSEs pupils make their parents and teachers proud
Ipswich Star / Posted 3 days ago
Bury St Edmunds Schools across the area are celebrating outstanding GCSE results after months of waiting. At the Ormiston Sudbury Academy, teachers celebrated a rise in the percentage of pupils gaining A* to C grades in both maths and English.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
When Judiciary Goes On Trialcaused 44 judges to be hanged as homicides for their false judgments. In 1381,
When Judiciary Goes On Trial
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
caused 44 judges to be hanged as homicides for their false judgments. In 1381, a mob pursued the Lord Chancellor, Simon de Sudbury, and cut off his hand. One year later, Lord Chief Justice Cavendish was killed after being apprehended by a mob and... Read more
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The Ham&High Network
Déjà vu as Wingate & Finchley goalkeeper Shane Gore replaces Bobby Smith againthink we’ll be in the better half of the league this year.” Wingate, who came
Déjà vu as Wingate & Finchley goalkeeper Shane Gore replaces Bobby Smith again
The Ham&High Network / Posted 3 days ago
think we’ll be in the better half of the league this year.” Wingate, who came from behind to secure a 2-2 draw against AFC Sudbury on Tuesday evening, have set up a fundraising page for left-back Tommy Cummings – the defender suffered a broken leg... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury local 'proud' to host mine rescue dinnerThe United Steelworkers will host an appreciation dinner Thursday in Sudbury fo
Sudbury local 'proud' to host mine rescue dinner
The Sudbury Star / Posted 3 days ago
The United Steelworkers will host an appreciation dinner Thursday in Sudbury for mine rescue workers from around the world, becoming the first trade union sponsor of the International Mines Rescue Competition. "The International Mines Rescue... Read more
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