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Alaska Public
Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017to the east: the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Several inmates charged with
Alaska Public / Posted 2 hours ago
to the east: the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Several inmates charged with assault, rioting at Fairbanks prison Tim Ellis, KUAC – Fairbanks Alaska State Troopers say they’ve charged several inmates at Fairbanks Correctional Center with... Read more
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Alaska Public
Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. With F-35 squads set for Eielson, th
Alaska Public / Posted 2 days ago
the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. With F-35 squads set for Eielson, thousands of people may come up with them Tim Ellis, KUAC – Fairbanks More than 5,000 people may come to the Fairbanks area over the next four years as part of the... Read more
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Alaska Public
With F-35 squads set for Eielson, thousands of people may come up with themof seven such meetings the borough and its contractor consultants are conductin
Alaska Public / Posted 2 days ago
of seven such meetings the borough and its contractor consultants are conducting around the Fairbanks area this week. (Tim Ellis/KUAC) “I think both Eielson Air Force Base and the Fairbanks North Star Borough have a shared interest in making... Read more
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Alaska Public
Monday, Aug. 14, 2017threatens village of Newtok. Tularemia reported around Fairbanks, Palmer; vets
Alaska Public / Posted 3 days ago
threatens village of Newtok. Tularemia reported around Fairbanks, Palmer; vets urge quick diagnosis, treatment for pets Tim Ellis, KUAC – Fairbanks The state Department of Fish and Game is warning pet owners in the Interior and Southcentral... Read more
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Alaska Public
Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017to the Alaska site. As Fairbanks police deal with spike in violent crime, low
Alaska Public / Posted 7 days ago
to the Alaska site. As Fairbanks police deal with spike in violent crime, low pay complicates filling vacancies Tim Ellis, KUAC – Fairbanks The Fairbanks Police Department remains understaffed, despite a recently approved hiring bonus.... Read more
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Alaska Public
Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017is the message of a recent scientific paper. Climate expert predicts warmer-th
Alaska Public / Posted 14 days ago
is the message of a recent scientific paper. Climate expert predicts warmer-than-normal fall, continuing 10-year trend Tim Ellis, KUAC – Fairbanks National Weather Service climate expert Rick Thoman said there’s a good chance that all of... Read more
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Daily Record
Brexit crisis with too many OAPs and not enough working-age peopleBrexit will stop young EU workers coming to fill vital jobs to support the econ
Daily Record / Posted 14 days ago
Brexit will stop young EU workers coming to fill vital jobs to support the economy and NHS.Read More Registrar General Tim Ellis said: “Scotland’s population has continued to age over the past decade, with the greatest increases in population... Read more
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Scotsman
Scotland facing ageing population timebombtaxes to meet the growing cost of public services is predicted to grow by just
Scotsman / Posted 15 days ago
taxes to meet the growing cost of public services is predicted to grow by just 1 per cent, Scotland’s registrar general Tim Ellis warned. “This will have implications for funding allocations, tax revenues, pensions, education, health and social... Read more
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express
Scotland population SOARS to record high of 5.4 million after rise of 31,700 in a yearmillion. An increasing burden will fall on the young to pay for health and eve
express / Posted 15 days ago
million. An increasing burden will fall on the young to pay for health and everyday care and for pensions and benefits. Tim Ellis, the Registrar General of Scotland, said: “Scotland’s population has continued to age over the past decade, with... Read more
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Scotsman
Scotland’s population grows to 5.4 million due to migration risedisease such as strokes. The single biggest cause of death is still cancer, wh
Scotsman / Posted 15 days ago
disease such as strokes. The single biggest cause of death is still cancer, which has risen by 6% between 2000 and 2016. Tim Ellis, the Registrar General of Scotland, said: “Scotland’s population has continued to age over the past decade, with... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Scotland's population increases to 5.4 million as migration rises againdisease such as strokes. The single biggest cause of death is still cancer, wh
EveningTimes Online / Posted 15 days ago
disease such as strokes. The single biggest cause of death is still cancer, which has risen by 6% between 2000 and 2016. Tim Ellis, the Registrar General of Scotland, said: "Scotland's population has continued to age over the past decade, with... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Scotland's population increases to 5.4 million as migration rises againdisease such as strokes. The single biggest cause of death is still cancer, wh
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
disease such as strokes. The single biggest cause of death is still cancer, which has risen by 6% between 2000 and 2016. Tim Ellis, the Registrar General of Scotland, said: "Scotland's population has continued to age over the past decade, with... Read more
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Scotsman
Mary Queen of Scots letter to star in Fringe exhibitionpersonal lives of some of the great characters of Scotland’s past, and tell us
Scotsman / Posted 17 days ago
personal lives of some of the great characters of Scotland’s past, and tell us more about our rich history and heritage.” Tim Ellis, National Records of Scotland chief executive, said: “This exhibition is an excellent opportunity to view just part... Read more
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Alaska Public
Wednesday, July 26, 2017cruise ship in Southeast Alaska. ‘Forward-deployed’ Coast Guard helicopter cre
Alaska Public / Posted 22 days ago
cruise ship in Southeast Alaska. ‘Forward-deployed’ Coast Guard helicopter crews help rescue 6 people in two searches Tim Ellis, KUAC – Fairbanks Coast Guard personnel based out of Kotzebue helped rescue six people Monday in two emergency... Read more
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Alaska Public
Wednesday, July 19, 2017the winter holidays. North Pole Council urges water-system expansion to help M
Alaska Public / Posted 29 days ago
the winter holidays. North Pole Council urges water-system expansion to help Moose Creek deal with tainted groundwater Tim Ellis, KUAC – Fairbanks Officials with the Air Force and other agencies are asking members of the public to weigh-in on... Read more
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Alaska Public
Monday, July 17, 2017Friday to a stabbing in Levelock. North Star Borough to close North Pole trans
Alaska Public / Posted a month ago
Friday to a stabbing in Levelock. North Star Borough to close North Pole transfer site for cleanup, reopen with monitor Tim Ellis, KUAC – Fairbanks Fairbanks North Star Borough officials plan to clean up a North Pole transfer site the same way... Read more
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Mashable
4 private spaceflight companies you need to know aboutwhat they know to a company of their own making. We got a little more informat
Mashable / Posted 1 months ago
what they know to a company of their own making. We got a little more information about Relativity this week when CEO Tim Ellis testified before the Senate science committee. "We are creating a new launch service for orbital payloads enabled... Read more

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