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Athens Banner-Herald
Oconee County blotterreported someone entered his vehicle and stole an Apple iPod, hammock and sun g
Oconee County blotter
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 6 days ago
reported someone entered his vehicle and stole an Apple iPod, hammock and sun glasses. SHOPLIFTING: On Sept. 12, Deputy Tim Kirkham was dispatched to Walmart, where a loss prevention officer had detained Deandre Shmanda Harbin, 21, of... Read more
9d
The New Zealand Herald
Why Mackenzie Crook's new show Detectorists is a field of dreamsof his breakout role in The Office, I can't help but picture him sitting there
Why Mackenzie Crook's new show Detectorists is a field of dreams
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
of his breakout role in The Office, I can't help but picture him sitting there as Gareth Keenan while his deskmate Tim taunts him with a stapler encased in jelly - one of the key early scenes from Ricky Gervais' hit Brit sitcom. So when... Read more
9d
OregonLive.com
Feast Portland announces 2016 chef line-upTom Douglas of Tom Douglas Seattle Kitchen Restaurants (Seattle), Isa Fabro of
Feast Portland announces 2016 chef line-up
OregonLive.com / Posted 9 days ago
Tom Douglas of Tom Douglas Seattle Kitchen Restaurants (Seattle), Isa Fabro of Unit 120 (Los Angeles), Brad Farmerie of Saxon + Parole (New York), Christine Flynn of iQ Food Co. (Toronto), Michael Fojtasek & Grae Nonas of Olamaie (Austin), Ben... Read more
15d
Statesboro Herald
Zoning request denied for retreathas reportedly treated soldiers with post-traumatic stress disorder via exorcis
Zoning request denied for retreat
Statesboro Herald / Posted 15 days ago
has reportedly treated soldiers with post-traumatic stress disorder via exorcism. Kathleen Mather, who along with husband Tim Mather owns Bear Creek Ranch on Scarboro Road near Portal, denied the ministry treats soldiers with PTSD anymore, but the... Read more
18d
Statesboro Herald
Venue changes for Yu's political eventthat his campaign violated federal campaign finance law, will Congressman Allen
Venue changes for Yu's political event
Statesboro Herald / Posted 18 days ago
that his campaign violated federal campaign finance law, will Congressman Allen then even think about debating him," said Tim Baker, Allen's campaign spokesman. Sheriff candidates Akins and Howard also said last week that they do not plan to... Read more
19d
Weekly Times
Gold Logie winner Waleed Aly speaks outaim at the snail-like pace of change within the Australian TV industry, saying
Gold Logie winner Waleed Aly speaks out
Weekly Times / Posted 19 days ago
aim at the snail-like pace of change within the Australian TV industry, saying it was slow to accept women and non-Anglo Saxon Logie nominees Waleed Aly and Lee Lin Chin. "The fact that I'm only the second woman to be given this honour is merely... Read more
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19d
Herald Sun
Waleed Aly wins Gold Logieaim at the snail-like pace of change within the Australian TV industry, saying
Waleed Aly wins Gold Logie
Herald Sun / Posted 19 days ago
aim at the snail-like pace of change within the Australian TV industry, saying it was slow to accept women and non-Anglo Saxon Logie nominees Waleed Aly and Lee Lin Chin. "The fact that I'm only the second woman to be given this honour is merely... Read more
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19d
News.com.au
Waleed Aly wins Gold Logieaim at the snail-like pace of change within the Australian TV industry, saying
Waleed Aly wins Gold Logie
News.com.au / Posted 19 days ago
aim at the snail-like pace of change within the Australian TV industry, saying it was slow to accept women and non-Anglo Saxon Logie nominees Waleed Aly and Lee Lin Chin. "The fact that I'm only the second woman to be given this honour is merely... Read more
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19d
Perth Now
Waleed Aly wins Gold Logieaim at the snail-like pace of change within the Australian TV industry, saying
Waleed Aly wins Gold Logie
Perth Now / Posted 19 days ago
aim at the snail-like pace of change within the Australian TV industry, saying it was slow to accept women and non-Anglo Saxon Logie nominees Waleed Aly and Lee Lin Chin. "The fact that I'm only the second woman to be given this honour is merely... Read more
180 related stories
19d
Adelaide Now
Waleed Aly wins Gold Logieaim at the snail-like pace of change within the Australian TV industry, saying
Waleed Aly wins Gold Logie
Adelaide Now / Posted 19 days ago
aim at the snail-like pace of change within the Australian TV industry, saying it was slow to accept women and non-Anglo Saxon Logie nominees Waleed Aly and Lee Lin Chin. "The fact that I'm only the second woman to be given this honour is merely... Read more
180 related stories
19d
The Courier Mail
Waleed Aly wins Gold Logieaim at the snail-like pace of change within the Australian TV industry, saying
Waleed Aly wins Gold Logie
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 days ago
aim at the snail-like pace of change within the Australian TV industry, saying it was slow to accept women and non-Anglo Saxon Logie nominees Waleed Aly and Lee Lin Chin. "The fact that I'm only the second woman to be given this honour is merely... Read more
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21d
Crikey
Turnbull government appoints Administrative Appeals Tribunal postsmember in Ian Harper (of the Harper review), new members to the National Museum
Turnbull government appoints Administrative Appeals Tribunal posts
Crikey / Posted 21 days ago
member in Ian Harper (of the Harper review), new members to the National Museum council, new members to the National Maritime Museum council, new members to the Australia Post board, new members to the classification board, and several new... Read more
22d
Statesboro Herald
Debate candidates decline invitationfrom Thomas shortly after noon on Wednesday, but neither Brown nor Akins had re
Debate candidates decline invitation
Statesboro Herald / Posted 22 days ago
from Thomas shortly after noon on Wednesday, but neither Brown nor Akins had received an invitation to the event at that time. Akins said on Thursday that he did receive a message about the debate on Wednesday around 4 p.m., but Brown said that... Read more
24d
Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKPlaygroup, 10 a.m.; AM Bookends, 10 a.m. "Blue Bottle Club" by Penelope Stokes;
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted 24 days ago
Playgroup, 10 a.m.; AM Bookends, 10 a.m. "Blue Bottle Club" by Penelope Stokes; Preschool Discovery Time, 11:15 a.m., Leetonia Public Community Library. Village Council, 7 p.m., Village Hall. Medication Assistance Program,... Read more
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25d
Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKPlaygroup, 10 a.m.; AM Bookends, 10 a.m. "Blue Bottle Club" by Penelope Stokes;
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted 25 days ago
Playgroup, 10 a.m.; AM Bookends, 10 a.m. "Blue Bottle Club" by Penelope Stokes; Preschool Discovery Time, 11:15 a.m., Leetonia Public Community Library. Village Council, 7 p.m., Village Hall. Medication Assistance Program,... Read more
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25d
Northern Daily Leader
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership rolesendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 25 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
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25d
The Young Witness
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership rolesendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
The Young Witness / Posted 25 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
16 related stories
25d
Western Advocate
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership rolesendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
Western Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
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25d
The North West Star
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership rolesendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
The North West Star / Posted 25 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
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25d
Daily Liberal
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership rolesendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
Daily Liberal / Posted 25 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
16 related stories
26d
Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKFleming House, 7300 Rose Drive. Teen drawing class, 4-6 p.m., taught by Lauren
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted 26 days ago
Fleming House, 7300 Rose Drive. Teen drawing class, 4-6 p.m., taught by Lauren Cook, Lepper Library. MINERVA Mandy Altimus Pond, archivist at the Massillon Museum, will share simple and inexpensive methods for properly caring for your... Read more
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27d
Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKFleming House, 7300 Rose Drive. Teen drawing class, 4-6 p.m., taught by Lauren
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted 27 days ago
Fleming House, 7300 Rose Drive. Teen drawing class, 4-6 p.m., taught by Lauren Cook, Lepper Library. MINERVA Mandy Altimus Pond, archivist at the Massillon Museum, will share simple and inexpensive methods for properly caring for your... Read more
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27d
The Courier
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership rolesendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
The Courier / Posted 27 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
16 related stories
27d
Northern Daily Leader
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership rolesendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
16 related stories
27d
The Young Witness
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership rolesendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
The Young Witness / Posted 27 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
16 related stories
27d
Western Advocate
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership rolesendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
Western Advocate / Posted 27 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
16 related stories
27d
Kiama Independent
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership rolesendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
Kiama Independent / Posted 27 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
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27d
Manning River Times
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership rolesendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
Manning River Times / Posted 27 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
16 related stories
27d
Goondiwindi Argus
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership rolesendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 27 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
16 related stories
27d
Daily Liberal
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership rolesendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
Daily Liberal / Posted 27 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
16 related stories
27d
The Border Mail
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership rolesendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
The Border Mail / Posted 27 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
16 related stories
27d
Illawarra Mercury
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership rolesendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 27 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
16 related stories
27d
The Age
How the bamboo ceiling is holding back our best studentsendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
How the bamboo ceiling is holding back our best students
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
16 related stories
27d
Sydney Morning Herald
How the bamboo ceiling is holding back our best studentsendemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications
How the bamboo ceiling is holding back our best students
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
endemic. On average, a Chinese person must submit 68 per cent more applications to gain employment than a person of Anglo-Saxon descent, according to a 2011 study from the Australian National University. "For 30 years, James Ruse has been pumping... Read more
16 related stories
28d
Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKFleming House, 7300 Rose Drive. Teen drawing class, 4-6 p.m., taught by Lauren
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted 28 days ago
Fleming House, 7300 Rose Drive. Teen drawing class, 4-6 p.m., taught by Lauren Cook, Lepper Library. MINERVA Mandy Altimus Pond, archivist at the Massillon Museum, will share simple and inexpensive methods for properly caring for your... Read more
14 related stories
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Nottingham Post
Judy Naake: from Queen of Fake Tan to High Sheriff of Nottinghamshireof St Tropez and that weekend boarded a flight to Los Angeles to meet owners of
Judy Naake: from Queen of Fake Tan to High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire
Nottingham Post / Posted 1 months ago
of St Tropez and that weekend boarded a flight to Los Angeles to meet owners of the intellectual property, Robin and Tim Gibson. With the help of an unsecured £12,000 loan from her bank manager – she slapped some magic lotion on his hand –... Read more

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