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Training Command bids adieu to Air Officer Comman...
Air Marshal Ramesh Rai, Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief Training Command, superannuated on Friday after a service of more than 38 years in the Indian Air Force, an official statement said. He had...
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Eighth Annual Armistice Day Peace Concert, Vigil ...
The Eighth Annual Armistice Day Peace Concert and Vigil was held on July 25 at the Lincoln Reflecting Pool in Washington, DC, in commemoration of the National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day...
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Virginia House of Delegates
The dancer who became a soldier
The dancer who became a soldier Jarrad Irvine went from the dance floor to the battlefield, and is sharing his experiences to help young dancers bring soldiers' stories to life.By Tim Leslie Ten...
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Young driver who tore through Spennymoor at 90mph...
Matthew Dale posted this picture to his Facebook account Sentencing Dale to three years in a Young Offenders’ Institution, the judge told him his driving was “about as bad as it gets” and it was...
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Auckland Museum Exhibition Opens in Sāmoa
Auckland Museum Exhibition Opens in SāmoaFriday, 31 July 2015, 3:09 pmPress Release: Auckland
Museum Friday 31 July, 2015Auckland Museum Exhibition Opens in Sāmoa as Part of New Zealand –...
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Maori Language Commission
Reo ki nga Matua
Danbury forces winner-take-all game in War Memori...
DANBURY — Right from the opening tip, Danbury had the look of a team that didn’t want to let go of its three-year reign atop the
Basketball League. Danbury, which entered with one loss...
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Librarians stir the pot for #CookingforCopyright
Librarians want copyright reform to allow unpublished documents to be put online. Photo: Louie Douvis Australia's librarians are stirring the pot in order to force an overhaul of copyright...
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Dame Nellie Melba
Canberra Weekender: What's on in the capital this...
Meerkats working on some paw paintings for sale at the art exhibition at the National Zoo and Aquarium. Photo: Jamila Toderas Photo: Jamila Toderas Love the Weekender? Get it sent direct to your...
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Canberra Choral Society
New cameras helping keep city streets safe
Bryan McLean monitors the inner-city CCTV network from Whangarei police station. Photo / John Stone The man behind Whangarei's unblinking eye in the sky says the city streets are essentially safe -...
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Valley Isle Scoreboard
SENIOR SOFTBALL LEAGUE Sunday's Results At
Little League fields Da Mix Breeds 10, Maui Paniolos 9 Guavas 14, Gomes Trucking 9 Toros 18, Gomes Trucking 15 Pookela 13, Toros...
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Futsal for all
It didn't matter that the technical director and men's B team coach of futsal for FC Barcelona doesn't speak a lot of English. His game, a form of indoor soccer, translates pretty well. "It's pretty...
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Growing up in Selma, Iowa
A Facebook page was started, “I Grew Up in Selma Iowa” and in short order, there were several hundred “friends,” from around the world. T-shirts were sold to raise money to rebuild the Selma War...
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Van Buren County
Moving Wall in Moriarty in 2016
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Events are free unless otherwise noted. Art & Exhibits Central Arkansas ARKANSAS ARTS CENTER MacArthur Park, East Ninth and Commerce streets. Delta Exhibition, through Sept. 20. "Inspired by...
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Members of the Warren Area High School Lady Dragons soccer team took part in a preseason training camp Wednesday at
Field. Above, at left, Jessica Susz fights through a tackle from Lexie...
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Rebel flag perpetuated by sporting world, too
Those who vilify the Rebel flag advocate a correlation to the preservation of the pre-civil rights era when segregation was like a Norman Rockwell painting or apple pie, but still a violation of...
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Florida State University
Best of Arkansas 2015 readers' poll
To prove that Arkansas's variety of exemplary places, people and things is inexhaustible, the Arkansas Times once again presents the Best of Arkansas. This year's issue includes, as ever, a list of...
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Maori Ode of Remembrance Change Recognises Women ...
The service and sacrifice of both male and female military personnel is now being acknowledged at commemorative events, due to a recent revision to the Māori version of the Ode of Remembrance.The...
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Young singers served by intimacy
The Merola Opera Program's summer festival recently offered two one-act operas on an enticing double bill at the Cowell Theater at Fort Mason. If ever there were an example of the importance of the...
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Locals view exhibition of lost diggers
To mark the Centenary of Anzac, 100 Ballarat clients of financial group Crowe Horwath and Findex attended a special viewing of Melbourne artist George Petrou’s ‘Lost diggers of Vignacourt’ at The...
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