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Emergency Services Levy increase provokes heated ...
TOM KOUTSANTONIS THE State Government will immediately return the discounts to the Emergency Services Levy if Tony Abbott overturns the $898 million cuts over four years to South Australia. Tony...
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Country Fire Service
Barnhaus Grand Designs-style home gets planning g...
It’s the “Grand Designs”-style house for first time buyers that costs just £41,000 to make. And now planning approval has been granted for the prototype of the innovative affordable eco-homes to be...
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Free Seminar: “Learn to Save Thousands on Groceries and Household Items,” 11 a.m., Tunkhannock Public Library. To register, call 570-836-1677. NEPA BlogCon: today, Insalaco Center for Career...
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Downtown development tops list of candidates’ cha...
Haydon, Shuey and Smith battle it out for two city council seats. The three candidates vying for two Clayton City Council positions may seem as different as the trails along Mt. Diablo, but they all...
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Devon Farmwise event to bridge gap between childr...
HUNDREDS of school children from across Devon will be taking part in a practical, hands on event later this month to help increase their knowledge of food and farming. Now in it’s second year, the...
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Woodland Hills’ Pierce College Farm Center sows i...
The Pierce College Farm Center has for a decade drawn thousands to its year-round produce stand, farmers markets, fall corn maze and annual Halloween Harvest and Christmas festivals. But the...
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Locals face eviction as state turns paradise into...
Eighty-seven-year-old Bhekinkonzo Zulu speaks with a world-weary voice befitting an octogenarian. “I had eight cows when I lived here,” he says, sitting on a chair in a field surrounded by the thick...
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