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Yorkshire evening post
Remembering brave Leeds Pals slaughtered at Battle of the Sommethe trenches at the start of the battle 100 years ago today. The buglers were
Remembering brave Leeds Pals slaughtered at Battle of the Somme
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 54 minutes ago
the trenches at the start of the battle 100 years ago today. The buglers were stationed at city centre locations including Victoria Gardens War Memorial, Leeds Civic Hall, the top of Briggate, Leeds Minster, Dortmund Square and City... Read more
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Scotsman
The Old Firm story: How sectarianism came to define a derbyWalfrid from Sligo – in the image of Edinburgh’s Hibernian – to maintain the di
The Old Firm story: How sectarianism came to define a derby
Scotsman / Posted an hour ago
Walfrid from Sligo – in the image of Edinburgh’s Hibernian – to maintain the dinner tables of Catholic parishes in the east end of Glasgow. The popular story is that money was being raised to feed poor immigrant children who suffered severe... Read more
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Daily Mail
Queen attends Battle of the Somme vigil on centenaryeffort to weaken their resolve, but the Germans were heavily fortified and many
Queen attends Battle of the Somme vigil on centenary
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
effort to weaken their resolve, but the Germans were heavily fortified and many of the shells did not go off. Forty-nine Victoria Crosses were awarded for bravery during the deadly battle. There are a further 72,000 British and Commonwealth... Read more
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Perth Now
Simple way to cut your power billfor typical customers switching from a default offer to a competitive market of
Simple way to cut your power bill
Perth Now / Posted an hour ago
for typical customers switching from a default offer to a competitive market offer, savings could be up to $140 in South East Queensland, $256 in NSW, $383 in Victoria and $312 in South Australia. The AEMC says energy retail competition is less... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
What's on this weekend in the region?Rd. 3pm-11pm: Wintersun Surf Comp, Yeppoon Town Hall. 5pm-6pm: Centenary of t
What's on this weekend in the region?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 hours ago
Rd. 3pm-11pm: Wintersun Surf Comp, Yeppoon Town Hall. 5pm-6pm: Centenary of the Battle of the Somme, Old Post Office, Crn East and Denham St, Rockhampton. 5.30pm-8.30pm: Aboriginal Model Search, Rockhampton Leagues Club. 6pm: QBL Game Rockets... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Trees face axeoak. Costing $30,000 and standing seven metres tall, the new trees were hand p
Trees face axe
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 hours ago
oak. Costing $30,000 and standing seven metres tall, the new trees were hand picked and will be imported from a site in Victoria. A university spokeswoman said the trees’ health had deteriorated to such an extent, they had to act quickly to... Read more
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News On 6 Tulsa
Missing Canadian Man May Be In Tulsa Areathere was May 31 in Chilliwack, B.C. and said he was headed toward Kelowna. Ac
Missing Canadian Man May Be In Tulsa Area
News On 6 Tulsa / Posted 3 hours ago
there was May 31 in Chilliwack, B.C. and said he was headed toward Kelowna. According to reports, on June 29, 2016, the Victoria Police Department received information from a Good Samaritan driving from Albuquerque to Tulsa that they picked up a... Read more
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The Express-Times
Moving company employee accused of stealing from clientman is jailed after allegedly stealing $600 from a client during a move. Bradf
Moving company employee accused of stealing from client
The Express-Times / Posted 4 hours ago
man is jailed after allegedly stealing $600 from a client during a move. Bradford Castleberry, 35, of the 2000 block of East Victoria Street, was employed by Philadelphia-based Elvis Dirt Cheap Moving Co. and assigned to help a male client move... Read more
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The Star
Salcon to launch RM682mil residential project Down UnderLUMPUR: Salcon Bhd’s indirect unit Salcon Development (Australia) Pty Ltd (SDA)
Salcon to launch RM682mil residential project Down Under
The Star / Posted 5 hours ago
LUMPUR: Salcon Bhd’s indirect unit Salcon Development (Australia) Pty Ltd (SDA) has bought a 2,125 sq m land in Victoria, Australia. which it plans to develop into a residential development with an estimated gross development value of... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Dash a smash hitwhich was running five - yes, five - minutes late. Where's Coleraine, you migh
Dash a smash hit
Otago Daily Times / Posted 6 hours ago
which was running five - yes, five - minutes late. Where's Coleraine, you might ask? It's just south of Konongwootong, east of Casterton, and a long stone's throw to the west of Gritjurk in the Southern Grampians region of Victoria. Naturally,... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Watering rules not changing in Parksville Qualicum Beach despite province declaring drought on Vancouver Islandnot likely to change in the next few days. In response to low rainfall and rec
Watering rules not changing in Parksville Qualicum Beach despite province declaring drought on Vancouver Island
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 7 hours ago
not likely to change in the next few days. In response to low rainfall and record high temperatures across southern and eastern Vancouver Island, government staff upgraded the drought in the region to Level 4 — extremely dry — and are urging all... Read more
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CNN
What black America won't miss about Obamablack leader mold. Some black intellectuals said Obama wasn't even African-Ame
What black America won't miss about Obama
CNN / Posted 7 hours ago
black leader mold. Some black intellectuals said Obama wasn't even African-American because his father was from the east African nation of Kenya. "Obama isn't black. Black, in our political and social reality, means those descended from... Read more
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BC Local News
Watering rules not changing in Parksville Qualicum Beach despite province declaring drought on Vancouver Islandnot likely to change in the next few days. In response to low rainfall and rec
Watering rules not changing in Parksville Qualicum Beach despite province declaring drought on Vancouver Island
BC Local News / Posted 7 hours ago
not likely to change in the next few days. In response to low rainfall and record high temperatures across southern and eastern Vancouver Island, government staff upgraded the drought in the region to Level 4 — extremely dry — and are urging all... Read more
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KCCI 8 Des Moines
What black America won't miss about Obamablack leader mold. Some black intellectuals said Obama wasn't even African-Ame
What black America won't miss about Obama
KCCI 8 Des Moines / Posted 7 hours ago
black leader mold. Some black intellectuals said Obama wasn't even African-American because his father was from the east African nation of Kenya. "Obama isn't black. Black, in our political and social reality, means those descended from... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
YQQ hits new passenger traffic mark in 201588 flights per week between B.C. and Alberta early in 2016. Bigelow said the a
YQQ hits new passenger traffic mark in 2015
Comox Valley Record / Posted 8 hours ago
88 flights per week between B.C. and Alberta early in 2016. Bigelow said the airline moved many of its assets out east to Ontario, but both flights to and from the Comox and Victoria airports were spared. He credits the “fairly resident... Read more
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The Courier
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first yearcruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's liv
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first year
The Courier / Posted 8 hours ago
cruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's live export. But on the domestic scene, South East Livestock Exchange manager, Rod Bourlet, says animals held in more than 500 pens at Yass will have a better experience... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Southern bottom in several passenger satisfaction ratingslink has expired, please click on resend verification email from your profile p
Southern bottom in several passenger satisfaction ratings
Chichester Observer / Posted 8 hours ago
link has expired, please click on resend verification email from your profile page. Sponsored by Southern and Southeastern rank bottom in most categories for passenger satisfaction in Transport Focus Survey Data was collected between... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first yearcruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's liv
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first year
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 8 hours ago
cruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's live export. But on the domestic scene, South East Livestock Exchange manager, Rod Bourlet, says animals held in more than 500 pens at Yass will have a better experience... Read more
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The Young Witness
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first yearcruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's liv
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first year
The Young Witness / Posted 8 hours ago
cruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's live export. But on the domestic scene, South East Livestock Exchange manager, Rod Bourlet, says animals held in more than 500 pens at Yass will have a better experience... Read more
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Western Advocate
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first yearcruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's liv
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first year
Western Advocate / Posted 9 hours ago
cruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's live export. But on the domestic scene, South East Livestock Exchange manager, Rod Bourlet, says animals held in more than 500 pens at Yass will have a better experience... Read more
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Kiama Independent
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first yearcruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's liv
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first year
Kiama Independent / Posted 9 hours ago
cruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's live export. But on the domestic scene, South East Livestock Exchange manager, Rod Bourlet, says animals held in more than 500 pens at Yass will have a better experience... Read more
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Manning River Times
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first yearcruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's liv
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first year
Manning River Times / Posted 9 hours ago
cruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's live export. But on the domestic scene, South East Livestock Exchange manager, Rod Bourlet, says animals held in more than 500 pens at Yass will have a better experience... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first yearcruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's liv
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first year
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 9 hours ago
cruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's live export. But on the domestic scene, South East Livestock Exchange manager, Rod Bourlet, says animals held in more than 500 pens at Yass will have a better experience... Read more
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Sussex Express
Southern bottom in several passenger satisfaction ratingsof delays and cancellations in Sussex, showed that just 69 per cent of responde
Southern bottom in several passenger satisfaction ratings
Sussex Express / Posted 9 hours ago
of delays and cancellations in Sussex, showed that just 69 per cent of respondents were satisfied with Southern and Southeastern services, the joint lowest in Britain. Southern finished with 16 per cent of passengers being dissatisfied, the... Read more
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The North West Star
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first yearcruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's liv
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first year
The North West Star / Posted 9 hours ago
cruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's live export. But on the domestic scene, South East Livestock Exchange manager, Rod Bourlet, says animals held in more than 500 pens at Yass will have a better experience... Read more
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Daily Liberal
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first yearcruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's liv
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first year
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 hours ago
cruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's live export. But on the domestic scene, South East Livestock Exchange manager, Rod Bourlet, says animals held in more than 500 pens at Yass will have a better experience... Read more
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The Border Mail
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first yearcruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's liv
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first year
The Border Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
cruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's live export. But on the domestic scene, South East Livestock Exchange manager, Rod Bourlet, says animals held in more than 500 pens at Yass will have a better experience... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first yearcruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's liv
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first year
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 hours ago
cruelty of cattle in overseas abattoirs has led to calls to ban Australia's live export. But on the domestic scene, South East Livestock Exchange manager, Rod Bourlet, says animals held in more than 500 pens at Yass will have a better experience... Read more
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Evening Standard
The Gallivant, Camber Sands - hotel reviewWhere is it? A hop skip and a jump from the golden, blustery dunes of Camber Sa
The Gallivant, Camber Sands - hotel review
Evening Standard / Posted 9 hours ago
Where is it? A hop skip and a jump from the golden, blustery dunes of Camber Sands in East Sussex. It's also only three miles from the historic town of Rye and a 30 minute drive from the newly hipster town of Hastings. Style: It must be said, you... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Chidham murder inquest rules couple were ‘brutally killed’described Mr Williams as so injured he was unrecognisable. Paramedics were cal
Chidham murder inquest rules couple were ‘brutally killed’
Chichester Observer / Posted 9 hours ago
described Mr Williams as so injured he was unrecognisable. Paramedics were called and Mr Williams was taken to Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, where he remained in a critical condition until his death during an emergency surgical... Read more
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The Age
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first yearThe $15 South Eastern Livestock Exchange which will open on Sunday, July 3, 201
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first year
The Age / Posted 10 hours ago
The $15 South Eastern Livestock Exchange which will open on Sunday, July 3, 2016, at Yass. Photo: Supplied A new $15 million livestock selling centre at Yass is designed to give the region's sheep and cattle a better journey to abattoirs when it... Read more
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chroniclelive
The Battle of the Somme began 100 years agothousands would be killed, go missing in action, or suffer life-changing injuri
The Battle of the Somme began 100 years ago
chroniclelive / Posted 10 hours ago
thousands would be killed, go missing in action, or suffer life-changing injuries. Many of these lads hailed from the North East. “The Somme” has become the symbol of the futility of the trench warfare of the Western Front - and the epitaph for a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first yearThe $15 South Eastern Livestock Exchange which will open on Sunday, July 3, 201
South East Livestock Exchange aims to sell a million sheep in first year
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
The $15 South Eastern Livestock Exchange which will open on Sunday, July 3, 2016, at Yass. Photo: Supplied A new $15 million livestock selling centre at Yass is designed to give the region's sheep and cattle a better journey to abattoirs when it... Read more
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NBC News
Sikh WWII Veteran Who Fought to Wear Turban in Royal Canadian Legion Diesaround 1920 and joined the Indian Signal Corps in 1938. He served in British an
Sikh WWII Veteran Who Fought to Wear Turban in Royal Canadian Legion Dies
NBC News / Posted 10 hours ago
around 1920 and joined the Indian Signal Corps in 1938. He served in British and Indian forces during World War II in East Africa, Eritrea, Abyssinia, Libya, Egypt; as well as in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947-1948 and 1965. He retired with... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
Good Samaritans save man from train tracks in St AlbansSt Albans City Station, Station Way, to reports of concern for the welfare of a
Good Samaritans save man from train tracks in St Albans
Herts Advertiser / Posted 10 hours ago
St Albans City Station, Station Way, to reports of concern for the welfare of a man on a bridge over the railway tracks in Victoria Street. A small group of people was reported to be trying to help the man, who was detained by officers under the... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Niagara CalendarKEG STEAKHOUSE: July 1, 8 p.m. - 11 p.m. Chris Cicchino, July 3, 7 p.m. - 10 p.
Niagara Calendar
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 10 hours ago
KEG STEAKHOUSE: July 1, 8 p.m. - 11 p.m. Chris Cicchino, July 3, 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. James Gizzie and TJ. 5940 Victoria Ave., Niagara Falls, 905-353-4007. www.nfcourtyard.com/tgi-fridays/ OTHER STUFF THE FILM HOUSE: FirstOntario... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Seller of $9M condo pays nearly $5M for Palm Beach house nearbythan the ones in Abdelnour’s former condo, Unit 101 at 184 Bradley Place, just
Seller of $9M condo pays nearly $5M for Palm Beach house nearby
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted 10 hours ago
than the ones in Abdelnour’s former condo, Unit 101 at 184 Bradley Place, just north of the Palm Beach Biltmore. Agent Victoria Reynolds of Tina Fanjul Associates represented the buyer’s end of the house sale. She said she was not involved in... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Niagara CalendarKEG STEAKHOUSE: July 1, 8 p.m. - 11 p.m. Chris Cicchino, July 3, 7 p.m. - 10 p.
Niagara Calendar
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 10 hours ago
KEG STEAKHOUSE: July 1, 8 p.m. - 11 p.m. Chris Cicchino, July 3, 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. James Gizzie and TJ. 5940 Victoria Ave., Niagara Falls, 905-353-4007. www.nfcourtyard.com/tgi-fridays/ OTHER STUFF THE FILM HOUSE: FirstOntario... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Niagara CalendarKEG STEAKHOUSE: July 1, 8 p.m. - 11 p.m. Chris Cicchino, July 3, 7 p.m. - 10 p.
Niagara Calendar
Welland Tribune / Posted 10 hours ago
KEG STEAKHOUSE: July 1, 8 p.m. - 11 p.m. Chris Cicchino, July 3, 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. James Gizzie and TJ. 5940 Victoria Ave., Niagara Falls, 905-353-4007. www.nfcourtyard.com/tgi-fridays/ OTHER STUFF THE FILM HOUSE: FirstOntario... Read more
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Ventura County Reporter
Coyote not-so-uglyconflicts, as Lee calls them, can occur. In November of 2015, Ventura County A
Coyote not-so-ugly
Ventura County Reporter / Posted 10 hours ago
conflicts, as Lee calls them, can occur. In November of 2015, Ventura County Animal Services warned Ventura homeowners east of Victoria Avenue to keep pets indoors after several reports of coyote attacks, some resulting in loss. In 2004, a Simi... Read more
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Broward-Palm Beach New Times
SwitchBox Coffee Roasters Opens in Oakland Park With $30,000 Espresso MachineSwitchBox's head roaster, Brian will source micro-lots from farms he selects in
SwitchBox Coffee Roasters Opens in Oakland Park With $30,000 Espresso Machine
Broward-Palm Beach New Times / Posted 11 hours ago
SwitchBox's head roaster, Brian will source micro-lots from farms he selects in South and Central America, as well as East and South Africa. Each week, expect SwitchBox to have anywhere from three to five single origin coffees, which will... Read more
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The Courier
New rush on for minerals in the regioncompanies on search. THE state government’s modest $2 million investment in ni
New rush on for minerals in the region
The Courier / Posted 12 hours ago
companies on search. THE state government’s modest $2 million investment in nine mineral exploration projects in western Victoria could reap enormous economic benefits in the years to come. Five mining companies seeking to assess the viability... Read more
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Evening Standard
Southern trains branded worst in UK by disgruntled commutersSouthern and Southeastern rail services have been branded the worst in the UK b
Southern trains branded worst in UK by disgruntled commuters
Evening Standard / Posted 14 hours ago
Southern and Southeastern rail services have been branded the worst in the UK by a passenger survey. The two operators, which run trains into London Bridge and Victoria, placed joint bottom of a national league table for passenger... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
suicide bomb attack kills 30 Afghan trainee policeearmarks of strikes by Islamic State militants and that the group is likely try
suicide bomb attack kills 30 Afghan trainee police
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 15 hours ago
earmarks of strikes by Islamic State militants and that the group is likely trying to hit the United States in the Middle East and on...More > CIA Director John Brennan said Wednesday that the attack in Istanbul has the earmarks of strikes by... Read more
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Evening Standard
Grace Dent reviews The Chipping Forecast: Putting on airs and gracesor coated in panko breadcrumbs. The best fish & chips in London The best fish
Grace Dent reviews The Chipping Forecast: Putting on airs and graces
Evening Standard / Posted 15 hours ago
or coated in panko breadcrumbs. The best fish & chips in London The best fish & chips in London Retro-styled to recreate East End London between 1945 and 1955, Poppies couldn’t be more fitting of its original Brick Lane location. But it’s quality... Read more
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Louth Leader
PCC Mark Jones: ‘I’ll fight to help protect police’Jones admits he’s ‘still getting his feet under the table’ after winning a clos
PCC Mark Jones: ‘I’ll fight to help protect police’
Louth Leader / Posted 15 hours ago
Jones admits he’s ‘still getting his feet under the table’ after winning a closer-than-expected election with UKIP’s Victoria Ayling finishing second. The early weeks of his tenure have been dominated by allegations that his role as a county... Read more
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Horncastle Today
PCC Mark Jones: ‘I’ll fight to help protect police’Jones admits he’s ‘still getting his feet under the table’ after winning a clos
PCC Mark Jones: ‘I’ll fight to help protect police’
Horncastle Today / Posted 16 hours ago
Jones admits he’s ‘still getting his feet under the table’ after winning a closer-than-expected election with UKIP’s Victoria Ayling finishing second. The early weeks of his tenure have been dominated by allegations that his role as a county... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Okong, Semawere End British Junior Open CurseKampala — After missing out on the best individual junior golf showpiece at lea
Okong, Semawere End British Junior Open Curse
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 hours ago
Kampala — After missing out on the best individual junior golf showpiece at least six times, Uganda Golf Union (UGU) can finally let off a sigh of relief. A two-man contingent of UGU Golf Development and Competitions representative Oscar Semawere... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
VP Mnangagwa Grants Nod to Self-Sustaining Maize Projectthe effort of an initiative with 2 000 farmers. The model is based on particip
VP Mnangagwa Grants Nod to Self-Sustaining Maize Project
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 hours ago
the effort of an initiative with 2 000 farmers. The model is based on participation by 2 000 farmers with access to at least 200 hectares of arable land, each with a mandate to produce at least 1 000 tonnes of maize. The project will target... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Simple way to cut your power billfor typical customers switching from a default offer to a competitive market of
Simple way to cut your power bill
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
for typical customers switching from a default offer to a competitive market offer, savings could be up to $140 in South East Queensland, $256 in NSW, $383 in Victoria and $312 in South Australia. The AEMC says energy retail competition is less... Read more
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