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Ropley parish near Alresford unites following vic...
Rev Royston Such has stepped down from St Peter’s church in Ropley some 21 years after the parish was split following his divorce and marriage to his curate Tana Riviere. The rift never healed and...
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Lululemon Athletica Opens Second London Unit
: Lululemon Athletica, which opened a flagship in London’s Covent Garden last year, is flexing its muscles in the UK, with plans to cut the ribbon on a further six units in 2015. The...
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Street children find new hope
MANILA, Philippines - On EDSA, the main highway in Metro Manila, young children and teenagers, like the ambulant vendors, dart between cars and buses when traffic slows down. They knock on car doors,...
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Benigno Aquino III
Harare - Sex and the City
People said she drank in bars full of men and she walked the streets. Maybe she did not exactly walk the streets, kuita pfambi, because African women were not allowed in the streets of Salisbury in...
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How many toes?
How many toes can a county (city) shoot off Before it can no longer stand? (apology to B.Dylan ) Does it seem local leaders are shooting themselves in the foot recently? Toes are important for good...
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Nigerians facing killings, hunger in ‘Boko Haram’
Nigerians facing killings, hunger in ‘Boko Haram’ Rebels want to revive medieval caliphate YOLA, Nigeria, Jan 20, (RTRS): Boko Haram says it is building an Islamic state that will revive the glory...
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Page 3 legend Erica Creer sparks storm in a D-cup...
SHE is the former Page 3 glamour model who sparked a storm in a D-cup when she wrote about life in her sleepy Midland country village. Erica Creer, whose saucy shots sent temperatures soaring in the...
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Now Asbo family says: ‘We’re not village idiots’
Published at 01:00, Thursday, 24 May 2007 By Karl Connor THE notorious Thompson family at Moresby Parks has spoken out after a national newspaper story branded them “neighbours from hell.” The...
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Epcot: Flower Power concerts now called Garden Ro...
Disney World has announced the lineup for the concert series tied to the 2015 Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. And the event formerly known as Flower Power will now be called the Garden...
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Shop owner speaks out over break-in
Shop owner speaks out over break-in THE owner of a village shop says he feels ‘picked on’ after thieves broke in and snatched cigarettes and charity collections. At about 2.50am on January 7, two...
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Winscombe and Sandford Parish Council
THATCHERS Cider Company
"Blackhat" a timely yet inelegant cyberthriller
In classic Westerns, the heroes wore white hats, while the villains wore black, making it easy to tell them apart. The world's gone blurry in Michael Mann's "Blackhat," a surprisingly inelegant yet...
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Jefferson City News Tribune
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Epcot: 'Frozen' topiaries, mini-gardens to debut ...
Anna, Elsa, Chip and Dale will occupy prime topiary real estate during the 2015 Epcot International Flower & Garden Fest, which debuts March 4. For the first time, "Frozen" figures will be captured...
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Older acts are headlining American music festival...
SOMETHING strange is happening in the world of American music festivals — respect for our musical elders. With fewer and fewer modern bands popular enough to headline festivals, there’s been a swag...
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Mumford and Sons
Still magically brutal: 11 years of A389 Recordin...
On a recent Sunday morning in a cold, unmarked storage unit in Canton, Domenic Romeo reads shipping information on his sticker-filled laptop as a heavily distorted guitar bellows from the...
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Bring It On
Welcome Back, John Galliano: Fashion’s Bad Boy Co...
... only get a short life, so take chances,� John Galliano once declared. The philosophy sums up the man. After years in the wilderness, the risk-taking designer was huddled back into the...
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the British Fashion Awards
Adrift: How a Stricken, Fuel-Laden Cargo Ship Nea...
The Gordon Reid approaches the Simushir off the west coast of British Columbia, to begin rigging up for a tow. Credit: Canadian Coast Guard. [Editor's note: Last October, a Russian cargo ship...
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An isolation ward in a former classroom in Monrovia. The World Health Organization has documented eight thousand deaths in Liberia and neighboring countries, and the actual toll is almost certainly...
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Life is sweet for Melbourne musician Martha Brown...
Martha Brown at home in East Brunswick. Photo: Sunny Nyssen The past year for Martha Brown, aka Banoffee, has been huge for a number of reasons, least of which was having an ice-cream flavour...
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Splendour in the Grass
Silver Creek Police Talks Delayed
... usual, I am always asking for that meeting on the police contract. I was wondering if we could meet ... with the board and (Mayor Nick Piccolo) and (Treasurer Janet St. George Harmon) to go over...
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Must-see gigs 2015: Caribou, Spoon, Black Keys, F...
Chart topper: Taylor Swift returns to Australian stadiums 11 months from now. Photo: Reuters The Big Day Out may have gone to the great backstage area in the sky and the Australian dollar has dived...
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