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The New Statesman
150 women back Yvette Cooper to lead the Labour partyJournalist and Education Campaigner Ivana Bartoletti, Chair of Fabian Women's
150 women back Yvette Cooper to lead the Labour party
The New Statesman / Posted 9 days ago
Journalist and Education Campaigner Ivana Bartoletti, Chair of Fabian Women's Network Michelle Agostino, Secretary, North Swindon CLP Cllr. Eugenia Alexander, Oldham Council Cllr. Azra Ali, Lead Member for Intergenerational Issues, Manchester... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Plea for patience as Westgate revamp leads to Primark exitbusinesses have been told there is “no gain without pain” as traders were warne
Plea for patience as Westgate revamp leads to Primark exit
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 10 days ago
businesses have been told there is “no gain without pain” as traders were warned they face a challenging two years. Oxford University retail expert Dr Jonathan Reynolds said roadworks, a lack of parking and the redevelopment of the Westgate Centre... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Plea for patience as Westgate revamp leads to Primark exitbusinesses have been told there is “no gain without pain” as traders were warne
Plea for patience as Westgate revamp leads to Primark exit
Oxford Mail / Posted 10 days ago
businesses have been told there is “no gain without pain” as traders were warned they face a challenging two years. Oxford University retail expert Dr Jonathan Reynolds said roadworks, a lack of parking and the redevelopment of the Westgate Centre... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Fairfield U. squad claims town’s Wiffle Ball crownFirst Selectman Michael Tetreau, second from right, presents the championship t
Fairfield U. squad claims town’s Wiffle Ball crown
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 12 days ago
First Selectman Michael Tetreau, second from right, presents the championship trophy and to Fairfield University's John Longo, Matt Finelli and Dennis Turano at the 2nd annual Town Wiffle BallTournament held Saturday at Roger Ludlowe Middle School.... Read more
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Anorak
Chelsea: Jon Fear is the real victim of sexismAthletic. Billy McCulloch Massage therapist. Joined the club in 2001 having p
Chelsea: Jon Fear is the real victim of sexism
Anorak / Posted 13 days ago
Athletic. Billy McCulloch Massage therapist. Joined the club in 2001 having previously worked in his home town of Swindon. Has also worked with the England and Scotland national teams. Stuart Sullivan Sports therapist. Another long-term... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Plainville Streetlights To Provide Wi-Fi, Not Just Lightsounds like Plainville is an early adopter," Thomas Little, an engineering and
Plainville Streetlights To Provide Wi-Fi, Not Just Light
Hartford Courant / Posted 18 days ago
sounds like Plainville is an early adopter," Thomas Little, an engineering and computer science professor at Boston University, said Friday. "A lot of communities across the nation are getting LED lights. It makes sense because the savings... Read more
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footballconference
The National League Official WebsiteMatthews (pictured), a former apprentice with Swindon Town, finished last seaso
The National League Official Website
footballconference / Posted 20 days ago
Matthews (pictured), a former apprentice with Swindon Town, finished last season with Evo-Stik League Southern Division One South & West side Swindon Supermarine. Also registered this week for the new campaign are Bath University student and former... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Banbury boss Mike Ford hoping changes can reap rewardsMIKE Ford is eagerly anticipating his first competitive match as manager of Ban
Banbury boss Mike Ford hoping changes can reap rewards
Oxford Mail / Posted 21 days ago
MIKE Ford is eagerly anticipating his first competitive match as manager of Banbury United tomorrow afternoon as they host Swindon Supermarine in their Evo-Stik Southern League Division 1 South & West opener. Former Oxford City boss Ford has... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Obituary: Carol Wright - Secretary became popular pub landlady3,000 e-books on her Kindle when she died, and also enjoyed arts and crafts, ba
Obituary: Carol Wright - Secretary became popular pub landlady
Oxford Mail / Posted 22 days ago
3,000 e-books on her Kindle when she died, and also enjoyed arts and crafts, baking and sewing. Carol Wright was born in Swindon on April 27, 1944, and was adopted as a baby by Mabel and Arthur Exell in Marston. Mabel was a stay-at-home mother... Read more
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Evening Standard
The 'brilliant, popular' City worker, 23, who died in fall from office block near South Bankof shocked tourists at the MoreLondon Riverside complex on the South Bank of th
The 'brilliant, popular' City worker, 23, who died in fall from office block near South Bank
Evening Standard / Posted 25 days ago
of shocked tourists at the MoreLondon Riverside complex on the South Bank of the Thames. Friends today paid tribute to the University of Surrey graduate who as well as being a brilliant mathematician had been the captain of his university hockey... Read more
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Sports Business Daily
Trend Of Football Clubs Banning Journalists Deemed Detrimental To Fansclub in British football to ban a journalist or a whole news outlet in recent y
Trend Of Football Clubs Banning Journalists Deemed Detrimental To Fans
Sports Business Daily / Posted a month ago
club in British football to ban a journalist or a whole news outlet in recent years." Earlier this month, League One side Swindon Town decided it would "no longer allow any news outlets that they did not have a commercial deal with into press... Read more

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