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Scoop.co.nz
Cruise season soon to set sailFriday, 28 August 2015, 12:13 pmPress Release: Dunedin City CouncilDunedin (Fri
Cruise season soon to set sail
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 3 days ago
Friday, 28 August 2015, 12:13 pmPress Release: Dunedin City CouncilDunedin (Friday, 28 August) - Dunedin is gearing up for the arrival of the first cruise ship in early October of what will... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Councils to resolve stormwater problemsThe comment came from ORC director of policy planning and resource management F
Councils to resolve stormwater problems
Otago Daily Times / Posted 3 days ago
The comment came from ORC director of policy planning and resource management Fraser McRae after a ''productive'' meeting between senior staff from both councils yesterday. The meeting was called after the Otago Daily Times on Monday revealed the... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Goths have pierced our airportThe Barbarians are at the gate. The ramparts have been breached and the very en
Goths have pierced our airport
Otago Daily Times / Posted 4 days ago
The Barbarians are at the gate. The ramparts have been breached and the very entrance to the city is in the hands of the Vandals or, more accurately, the Goths. Lock up your things of beauty, including your daughters and your Daimler. A new Dark... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Property value the issue for coupleThe couple at the centre of a long-running battle with the Dunedin City Council
Property value the issue for couple
Otago Daily Times / Posted 4 days ago
The couple at the centre of a long-running battle with the Dunedin City Council over stormwater problems on their Otago Peninsula property say they may reconsider negotiating a deal. However, Steve and Lorraine Hawkins, of 240 Portobello Rd, say the... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Harbourside development adds vibrancyDunedin is a small city with great unrealised potential, writes Angus Mackay.
Harbourside development adds vibrancy
Otago Daily Times / Posted 5 days ago
Dunedin is a small city with great unrealised potential, writes Angus Mackay. Mayor Dave Cull's commendable vision is for Dunedin to be a great small city. However, for whatever reason, one can sense a frustrating degree of inertia in achieving that... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Council raises spectre of ActBut it appears the council could face a sizeable bill, depending on the option
Council raises spectre of Act
Otago Daily Times / Posted 5 days ago
But it appears the council could face a sizeable bill, depending on the option it pursues to resolve the dispute at 240 Portobello Rd. The council could be forced to consider an engineering solution to control the stormwater, even if it bought the... Read more
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herald ie/
Burke rubbishes city chief's 'deplorable' incinerator letter Font Size The Former Dublin Lord Mayor Christy Burke wants Owen Keegan to apo
Burke rubbishes city chief's 'deplorable' incinerator letter
herald ie/ / Posted 6 days ago
Font Size The Former Dublin Lord Mayor Christy Burke wants Owen Keegan to apologise for his "disgraceful comments" surrounding the Poolbeg incinerator fiasco. The council boss has come... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
ORC warns DCC over stormwaterThe warning came from ORC director of policy planning and resource management F
ORC warns DCC over stormwater
Otago Daily Times / Posted 6 days ago
The warning came from ORC director of policy planning and resource management Fraser McRae yesterday after the Otago Daily Times revealed the plight of Steve and Lorraine Hawkins. The couple say they have been fighting the DCC for three years over... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
An attack of denialA heart attack is the sort of event that will not be denied, writes Dunedin law
An attack of denial
Otago Daily Times / Posted 7 days ago
A heart attack is the sort of event that will not be denied, writes Dunedin lawyer Peter Sara. Thursday, August 6 did not start well. Before a busy day in court, I arrived at work to find a small parcel left outside the front door to my... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Council tunes in to voice of youthLogan Park High School pupil Grant McNaughton. Photos by Peter McIntosh. ''A l
Council tunes in to voice of youth
Otago Daily Times / Posted 8 days ago
Logan Park High School pupil Grant McNaughton. Photos by Peter McIntosh. ''A lot of young people ... see politics as something that doesn't matter to them,'' Logan Park High School pupil Grant McNaughton said. ''I feel like that turns away a lot of... Read more
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The Helena Daily World
A Cast of BluesBlues music was born in Mississippi, came of age in Chicago, and went on to ins
A Cast of Blues
The Helena Daily World / Posted 8 days ago
Blues music was born in Mississippi, came of age in Chicago, and went on to inspire generations of rock and rollers, ranging from the British invasion of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones to contemporary groups, such as The Black Keys. As one of... Read more
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Business Travel News
TMCs, Corporates Have Few Options As Lufthansa's DCC Date LoomsThe €16 distribution cost charge that Lufthansa will impose on all tickets not
TMCs, Corporates Have Few Options As Lufthansa's DCC Date Looms
Business Travel News / Posted 9 days ago
The €16 distribution cost charge that Lufthansa will impose on all tickets not purchased via a direct Lufthansa Group website will take effect in the United States—and in most other countries—on Sept. 1. In preparation for that change, the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
South Dunedin Cycle Network Changes Start SoonFriday, 21 August 2015, 2:29 pmPress Release: Dunedin City CouncilDunedin (Frid
South Dunedin Cycle Network Changes Start Soon
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 10 days ago
Friday, 21 August 2015, 2:29 pmPress Release: Dunedin City CouncilDunedin (Friday, 21 August 2015) – Alterations to some parts of the South Dunedin Cycle... Read more
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Local 10 Miami
Crow, Etheridge to play at Cancer Challenge concertThe Dolphins Cancer Challenge is going to have major star power helping the cau
Crow, Etheridge to play at Cancer Challenge concert
Local 10 Miami / Posted 10 days ago
The Dolphins Cancer Challenge is going to have major star power helping the cause. The Dolphins announced that Grammy Award winners Sheryl Crow and Melissa Etheridge will headling the DCC VI Finish Line Celebration on Feb. 20, 2016 at Sun Life... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Reader slideshow - St Clair's iconic beach polesPrompted by yesterday's story regarding the grim outlook for the wooden poles a
Reader slideshow - St Clair's iconic beach poles
Otago Daily Times / Posted 10 days ago
Prompted by yesterday's story regarding the grim outlook for the wooden poles at St Clair beach, we asked ODT readers to send us in their favourite photos of the iconic Dunedin landmark and they have responded with some stunning images. Erected in... Read more
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Lapeer Area View
Tee TimeDavison Country Club is a place for all seasons Dad loves to golf, mom enjoys
Tee Time
Lapeer Area View / Posted 10 days ago
Davison Country Club is a place for all seasons Dad loves to golf, mom enjoys Yoga and Zumba, the kids love sports, and the infant needs a sitter. The costs can really add up for family in today’s economy. Parents are routinely forced to sacrifice... Read more
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The Davison Index
Tee TimeDavison Country Club is a place for all seasons Dad loves to golf, mom enjoys
Tee Time
The Davison Index / Posted 10 days ago
Davison Country Club is a place for all seasons Dad loves to golf, mom enjoys Yoga and Zumba, the kids love sports, and the infant needs a sitter. The costs can really add up for family in today’s economy. Parents are routinely forced to sacrifice... Read more
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Grand Blanc View
Davison Country Club is a place for all seasonsDad loves to golf, mom enjoys Yoga and Zumba, the kids love sports, and the inf
Davison Country Club is a place for all seasons
Grand Blanc View / Posted 10 days ago
Dad loves to golf, mom enjoys Yoga and Zumba, the kids love sports, and the infant needs a sitter. The costs can really add up for family in today’s economy. Parents are routinely forced to sacrifice their leisure activities to accommodate their... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
DCC buys and demolishes houseA house at the centre of a long-running Dunedin City Council sewage contaminati
DCC buys and demolishes house
Otago Daily Times / Posted 11 days ago
A house at the centre of a long-running Dunedin City Council sewage contamination problem in Kaikorai Valley has been bought and demolished by the council. The School St property formerly belonged to Nika and Shannah Taburuea, who, with their 11... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Developer says council snags killed subdivisionRodney Hogg's dream subdivision has turned into a $1 million ''nightmare'' afte
Developer says council snags killed subdivision
Otago Daily Times / Posted 13 days ago
Rodney Hogg's dream subdivision has turned into a $1 million ''nightmare'' after a frustrating fight with the Dunedin City Council. Now the 65-year-old and his wife, Carolyn, are facing the prospect of starting again, while still paying off debts... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
UH Rainbow Dancer alumni becomes NFL Cheerleader featured on reality TVFormer University of Hawaii Rainbow Warrior Dancer, Simone Culwell, became a 20
UH Rainbow Dancer alumni becomes NFL Cheerleader featured on reality TV
Hawaii News Now / Posted 16 days ago
Former University of Hawaii Rainbow Warrior Dancer, Simone Culwell, became a 2015 Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader (DCC). DCC tryouts were held in Arlington, Texas at the AT&T Stadium in May. Culwell competed with hundreds of girls to claim one of the 36... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Panellists warn TPP a big threat to democracyThe controversial Trans Pacific Partnership agreement (TPP) could be ''the bigg
Panellists warn TPP a big threat to democracy
Otago Daily Times / Posted 16 days ago
The controversial Trans Pacific Partnership agreement (TPP) could be ''the biggest threat to democracy and our sovereignty - ever'', a group of panellists warned yesterday. An event at the University of Otago was framed as a discussion of... Read more
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Finextra
AIB orders Checkprint cheque scannersThis financial institution will deploy these scanners at its branches across th
AIB orders Checkprint cheque scanners
Finextra / Posted 16 days ago
This financial institution will deploy these scanners at its branches across the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and mainland UK. The Digital Check Corporation (DCC) Tellerscan TS240-50 IJ UV incorporates an ultraviolet (UV) image capture... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Dunedin Youth Council AppointedFriday, 14 August 2015, 3:28 pmPress Release: Dunedin City Council Dunedin (Fr
Dunedin Youth Council Appointed
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 17 days ago
Friday, 14 August 2015, 3:28 pmPress Release: Dunedin City Council Dunedin (Friday, 14 August 2015) – Young people in Dunedin have a new voice.The members of the Dunedin Youth Council for... Read more
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herald ie/
€19m in Metro North levies to be returned if rail project gets the axe Font Size More than €19m in additional development levies that has been stump
€19m in Metro North levies to be returned if rail project gets the axe
herald ie/ / Posted 17 days ago
Font Size More than €19m in additional development levies that has been stumped up by builders and property owners along the route of the Metro North project will have to be... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Homeless family compare hotel stay to being locked up in PRISONA furious mum has slammed a hotel and her local council for the "jail-like trea
Homeless family compare hotel stay to being locked up in PRISON
Daily Mirror / Posted 17 days ago
A furious mum has slammed a hotel and her local council for the "jail-like treatment" of homeless people. Mother-of-two Sandra Hand compared living in emergency accommodation to being locked up in prison. She lifted the lid on the 33 stringent... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Sledge hockey coming to the FortIce time is about to get a lot more interesting on Friday afternoons at the Dow
Sledge hockey coming to the Fort
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 17 days ago
Ice time is about to get a lot more interesting on Friday afternoons at the Dow Centennial Centre. The Fort Saskatchewan Robin Hood Association received 34 sledge hockey sleds, sticks, and Rangers jerseys from the Fort Saskatchewan Minor Hockey... Read more
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ABC 13 Lynchburg
DCC Starts First Volleyball TeamDanville, VA-- A group of women are making history at Danville Community Colleg
DCC Starts First Volleyball Team
ABC 13 Lynchburg / Posted 18 days ago
Danville, VA-- A group of women are making history at Danville Community College. They make up the school's first ever volleyball team. They're called the DCC Lady Knights. The team formed a few months ago after a high demand for the sport at DCC ,... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Grand opening of new Carbondale community center scheduledThe Dayemi Community Center (DCC) in Carbondale is hosting a grand opening cele
Grand opening of new Carbondale community center scheduled
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 19 days ago
The Dayemi Community Center (DCC) in Carbondale is hosting a grand opening celebration on Tuesday, Aug. 25 from 4-7 p.m. It will be located at 218 North Illinois Avenue. To kick off the event, the Carbondale Chamber of Commerce will perform a ribbon... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
ORC has role to play over dunesResponsibility for erosion repairs at Dunedin's Ocean Beach may not lie solely
ORC has role to play over dunes
Otago Daily Times / Posted 20 days ago
Responsibility for erosion repairs at Dunedin's Ocean Beach may not lie solely with the Dunedin City Council, its community and environment committee heard yesterday. St Clair resident Bill Brown fronted the committee with a plea for action on the... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Hotel developer pledges action to allay guest danger concerns at Bentwaters ParkThe Bentwaters Park site. Developers of a new hotel next to an industrial park
Hotel developer pledges action to allay guest danger concerns at Bentwaters Park
Ipswich Star / Posted 20 days ago
The Bentwaters Park site. Developers of a new hotel next to an industrial park have given assurances that steps will be taken to ensure people staying at the venue will... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Successful cycleways possibleVancouver's ''deluxe'' cycleway regularly has more than 1000 riders commuting a
Successful cycleways possible
Otago Daily Times / Posted 21 days ago
Vancouver's ''deluxe'' cycleway regularly has more than 1000 riders commuting along it. Photo supplied. Recent articles in the ODT have focused on the development of cycleways in South Dunedin and plans for expanding them throughout the downtown... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Further cases of fraudBut it also shows the message is getting through, and the council's new ''zero
Further cases of fraud
Otago Daily Times / Posted 21 days ago
But it also shows the message is getting through, and the council's new ''zero tolerance'' approach is working, council chief executive Dr Sue Bidrose says. It was confirmed yesterday council staff had identified five cases, involving sums of... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Downriver group aims to improve communities, create jobsNot long before a story appeared in the Crain's Aug. 12, 1985, issue about the
Downriver group aims to improve communities, create jobs
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 21 days ago
Not long before a story appeared in the Crain's Aug. 12, 1985, issue about the Downriver Community Conference, the group of communities spanning the 20-mile stretch from Detroit's southern limits to Monroe helped bring a $450 million Mazda Motor... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
DairyA few questions need to be considered: 1. Why did we export our "dairy know ho
Dairy
Otago Daily Times / Posted 22 days ago
A few questions need to be considered: 1. Why did we export our "dairy know how" to Chile, Argentina etc? Now that has backfired and they are producing far more than we ever can simply because they have the land mass to do so. Their products are... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Harbour Cone in trust for futureCaring for the land . . . Hereweka Harbour Cone Charitable Trust members (from
Harbour Cone in trust for future
Otago Daily Times / Posted 24 days ago
Caring for the land . . . Hereweka Harbour Cone Charitable Trust members (from left) Dunedin City Councillor Mike Lord, Norcombe Barker, Otago Peninsula Community Board deputy chairman Paul Pope, Dr Jill Hamel, trust chairwoman Lala Frazer and Fiona... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Rauh to run for Stamford school boardSTAMFORD — Long-time Board of Education member Polly Rauh is expected to be bac
Rauh to run for Stamford school board
Stamford Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
STAMFORD — Long-time Board of Education member Polly Rauh is expected to be back in the running come November, despite not having her party’s backing for re-election. Rauh, who narrowly lost a bid for the Democratic City Committee’s slate last... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Submitters have say on Jetty St planArchaeologist and building owner Sheryl Cawte sits against her building on what
Submitters have say on Jetty St plan
Otago Daily Times / Posted 25 days ago
Archaeologist and building owner Sheryl Cawte sits against her building on what could become a pedestrian-only section of Jetty St. PHOTO: GREGOR RICHARDSON Jetty St's narrow single-lane thoroughfare between Cumberland and Crawford Sts would become... Read more
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iol.co.za
Golf 7 Performance Pack adds finesseINLSAVW Golf GTI Performance Pack adds 7kW to the power but it is the Dynamic C
Golf 7 Performance Pack adds finesse
iol.co.za / Posted 30 days ago
INLSAVW Golf GTI Performance Pack adds 7kW to the power but it is the Dynamic Chassis Control active suspension and the front electronic differential lock that make the car so exhilarating to drive. Puicture: Denis Droppa Volkswagen Golf GTI... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Holiday money: should I pay in pounds or local currency at foreign shops?You might also face bank charges for using your debit or credit card in a forei
Holiday money: should I pay in pounds or local currency at foreign shops?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
You might also face bank charges for using your debit or credit card in a foreign shop; these will normally apply whether you pay in sterling or the local currency. A 5pc markup would add £50 in avoidable charges to holiday spending of £1,000 – on... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Rebels beat the HeatRedemption. The Fort Saskatchewan Junior B Rebels knew they would have to hurd
Rebels beat the Heat
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted a month ago
Redemption. The Fort Saskatchewan Junior B Rebels knew they would have to hurdle what seemed to be their only real challenge in the regular season if they wanted to make their mark. And that’s exactly what they did. Last weekend saw the Rebels... Read more

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