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Jericho runners prove it's a great day for the hu...
Jericho runners prove it's a great day for the human race THE streets of Jericho in Oxford were filled with hundreds of runners yesterday. The third Run Jericho event saw about 200 children run a...
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St Barnabas Primary School
Christchurch City CEO defends insurance role
Christchurch City Council CEO Tony Marryatt - Source: ONE News Christchurch City's controversial chief executive fronted up today to justify his dual role of CEO and chairman of the company that...
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Rolling Meadows pool complex to open splash pad o...
After years of waiting for funding and nearly a year of construction, Rolling Meadows families with younger children and those with a disability soon will get a chance to splash water without worrying...
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History repeated in the De La Rue
IT WAS a case of deja vu on Sunday as L’Ancresse retained the De La Rue Shield off the back of a foursomes whitewash. Last year’s annual first-team clash had seen the Royal Guernsey Golf Club trail...
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Wood turners to demonstrate their craft at Lake W...
Palm Beach Post Staff Writer Wood turners will make works of art from blocks of wood Friday during a “chips off the old block” demonstration at the Clay Glass Metal Stone Cooperative Gallery. The...
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NH man in court unrelated to family deaths
A man taken into custody within hours of police finding his mother and older brother killed in their home in Belmont, N.H., has been arraigned on unrelated charges. Thirty-one-year-old Shawn Carter...
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