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The Fort Morgan Times
Community Calendar for Morgan CountyAve., Fort Morgan. Info: 970-380-0228. 1 p.m. The Craft Group at East Morgan C
Community Calendar for Morgan County
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 24 minutes ago
Ave., Fort Morgan. Info: 970-380-0228. 1 p.m. The Craft Group at East Morgan County Library, 500 Clayton, Brush. 2 p.m. Community Exercise Group for those with Parkinson's disease, at Valley View Villa, 815 Fremont, Fort Morgan. 6 p.m. Brush... Read more
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CBC.ca
Ottawa police union president calls racism speculation in fatal arrest of man 'inappropriate'and investigators say a "confrontation" began after police located the suspect.
Ottawa police union president calls racism speculation in fatal arrest of man 'inappropriate'
CBC.ca / Posted 31 minutes ago
and investigators say a "confrontation" began after police located the suspect. Abdi had been walking on Somerset Street West carrying a foam block used to hold signs at construction sites over his head, and was being pursued by an officer with a... Read more
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BC Local News
Terrace resident takes shipping container dispute to councilA local resident has taken her frustrations to city council after she was told
Terrace resident takes shipping container dispute to council
BC Local News / Posted 2 hours ago
A local resident has taken her frustrations to city council after she was told to remove an illegal shipping container on her residential lot. Arlene Ridler had until July 24 to move the large container, which is in violation of a zoning bylaw, from... Read more
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Terrace Standard
Terrace resident takes shipping container fight to councilA local resident has taken her frustrations to city council after she was told
Terrace resident takes shipping container fight to council
Terrace Standard / Posted 3 hours ago
A local resident has taken her frustrations to city council after she was told to remove an illegal shipping container on her residential lot. Arlene Ridler had until July 24 to move the large container, which is in violation of a zoning bylaw, from... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
ABATE says show must go on"The party's going to go on as scheduled. There's no way to cancel it now," con
ABATE says show must go on
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 5 hours ago
"The party's going to go on as scheduled. There's no way to cancel it now," contends Cynthia Pinnell. "It is what it is."On behalf of ABATE, secretary Cynthia Pinnell met with West Grey Council at its regular meeting on Monday morning, to ask council... Read more
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Gazette News
'There's a potential destruction of countryside': Campaigners speak out about proposed 'garden communities'HUNDREDS have spoken out in concern about a huge development to the west of Bra
'There's a potential destruction of countryside': Campaigners speak out about proposed 'garden communities'
Gazette News / Posted 7 hours ago
HUNDREDS have spoken out in concern about a huge development to the west of Braintree. A campaign group called Stop the Erosion of Rural Communities in Local Essex was set up in opposition to a new garden community. They had their first public... Read more
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MLive.com
DEQ gives no indication it will fight for better cleanup of Gelman plumesay they're confident the state will establish stricter exposure standards for
DEQ gives no indication it will fight for better cleanup of Gelman plume
MLive.com / Posted 7 hours ago
say they're confident the state will establish stricter exposure standards for dioxane in residential drinking water by the end of this year. And working with the state attorney general's office, the DEQ vows to go back to Washtenaw County Circuit... Read more
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Gazette News
"There's a potential destruction of countryside": Campaigners speak out about proposed garden communitiesHUNDREDS have spoken out in concern about a huge development to the west of Bra
"There's a potential destruction of countryside": Campaigners speak out about proposed garden communities
Gazette News / Posted 8 hours ago
HUNDREDS have spoken out in concern about a huge development to the west of Braintree. A campaign group called Stop the Erosion of Rural Communities in Local Essex was set up in opposition to a new garden community. They had their first public... Read more
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FOX 41 Louisville
West Louisville neighbors concerned about possible future methane plantsLOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- People living in west Louisville are still concerned
West Louisville neighbors concerned about possible future methane plants
FOX 41 Louisville / Posted 15 hours ago
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- People living in west Louisville are still concerned about the possibility of biodigesters being built in their neighborhoods. Last week, Mayor Greg Fischer introduced new rules and regulations governing future biodigesters... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Major development in Kannapolis as council approves downtown planThe City of Kannapolis took a major step on Monday with the city council approv
Major development in Kannapolis as council approves downtown plan
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 17 hours ago
The City of Kannapolis took a major step on Monday with the city council approval of the new master plan for the redevelopment of the downtown area. The comprehensive plan is designed to guide the City’s revitalization efforts for 50 acres of... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
A year in: Iran is still bad, the Iran deal is still goodconference in Islamabad, Pakistan, on March 26. Photo by Faisal Mahmood/Reuters
A year in: Iran is still bad, the Iran deal is still good
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 18 hours ago
conference in Islamabad, Pakistan, on March 26. Photo by Faisal Mahmood/Reuters This time last year the US and the Jewish community were locked in ferocious debate over the nuclear deal between Iran and the major world powers. Pundits cautioned... Read more
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The New Statesman
Could Jeremy Corbyn still be excluded from the leadership race? The High Court will rule todayUnited Kingdom and China might be somewhat harder to negotiate than Vote Leave
Could Jeremy Corbyn still be excluded from the leadership race? The High Court will rule today
The New Statesman / Posted 18 hours ago
United Kingdom and China might be somewhat harder to negotiate than Vote Leave suggested. The biggest item on the agenda: striking a deal that allows Britain to stay in the single market. Elsewhere, Fox should use his political capital with... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Syria regime pounds Aleppo as UN backs call for truceeastern Aleppo -- home to at least 200,000 people -- were expected to run out b
Syria regime pounds Aleppo as UN backs call for truce
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 21 hours ago
eastern Aleppo -- home to at least 200,000 people -- were expected to run out by the middle of August. "The international community simply cannot let eastern Aleppo city become yet another -- and by far the largest -- besieged area," O'Brien... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Almanac: clubs, meetingsthe meetings is available in the Junior League of Greenwich’s parking lot, or n
Almanac: clubs, meetings
Greenwich Time / Posted 22 hours ago
the meetings is available in the Junior League of Greenwich’s parking lot, or next door at the YWCA. Women interested in attending the meeting are asked to send a private and confidential email to: youngwomenbreastcancer@gmail.com LIFERING... Read more
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ajc.com
Turner Field Master PlanThe Turner Field area — now a stretch dominated by a stadium and parking lots —
Turner Field Master Plan
ajc.com / Posted 23 hours ago
The Turner Field area — now a stretch dominated by a stadium and parking lots — could be a denser more walkable community with a street grid much like what was lost decades ago through development of two stadiums and freeways. That’s the vision of a... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Historic Paradise Valley properties you need to seeand Phoenix's wishes to expand their borderlines. Paradise Valley residents wor
Historic Paradise Valley properties you need to see
The Arizona Republic / Posted 23 hours ago
and Phoenix's wishes to expand their borderlines. Paradise Valley residents worried about the potential loss of their rural community to shopping centers, property taxes and other commercial features. These residents formed the Citizens Committee... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
New manufacturing facility coming to Timminsguy, but there was no hiding his enthusiasm this week when he talked about the
New manufacturing facility coming to Timmins
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
guy, but there was no hiding his enthusiasm this week when he talked about the latest project on the skyline in the west end of the city. That's where The Bucket Shop is the process of creating a brand new 65,000 square-foot plant in the... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
July 25 10 to 11 a.m. Career Pathways and Adult Basic Education informational present
July 25
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted yesterday
10 to 11 a.m. Career Pathways and Adult Basic Education informational presentation, at Morgan Community College, Fort Morgan, in the Founders Room. Info: Call Cedar Hall at 970-542-3270 or MCC/ Cargill Workplace Education at... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
Lawsuit threatens tribe's West Slope expansionEisenbrandt PLACERVILLE – A lawsuit filed last week is designed to keep the Mi
Lawsuit threatens tribe's West Slope expansion
Lake Tahoe News / Posted yesterday
Eisenbrandt PLACERVILLE – A lawsuit filed last week is designed to keep the Miwok Indians from developing land on the West Slope even though grading has already begun on Phase I. On Friday the El Dorado Council filed a lawsuit against the... Read more
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walesonline
Nearly third of parents ready to skip meal so children don't go hungrywith poverty here. National programme of holiday clubs launched But across Br
Nearly third of parents ready to skip meal so children don't go hungry
walesonline / Posted yesterday
with poverty here. National programme of holiday clubs launched But across Britain, 16% said they were likely to ask friends and family for help – compared to 12% in Wales. The statistics come as the UK poverty charity launches a national... Read more
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Timmins Times
New manufacturing facility being builtguy, but there was no hiding his enthusiasm this week when he talked about the
New manufacturing facility being built
Timmins Times / Posted yesterday
guy, but there was no hiding his enthusiasm this week when he talked about the latest project on the skyline in the west end of the city. That’s where The Bucket Shop is the process of creating a brand new 65,000 square-foot plant in the... Read more
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Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK720, Presbyterian Church, weigh-ins, 9-9:35 a.m.; 330-482-5946. EAST PALESTINE
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted yesterday
720, Presbyterian Church, weigh-ins, 9-9:35 a.m.; 330-482-5946. EAST PALESTINE Free meal to all children provided by the Community Resource Center , noon-1 p.m., The Coffee Stop and Meadowview. LEETONIA Free meal to all children provided by the... Read more
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The New Yorker
Can Latinos Swing Arizona?him in April, in the offices of Promise Arizona, he recalled the extraordinary
Can Latinos Swing Arizona?
The New Yorker / Posted yesterday
him in April, in the offices of Promise Arizona, he recalled the extraordinary excitement of the primary voters. In the end, a record six hundred thousand people cast ballots in the city and the rest of Maricopa County, twice the number in... Read more
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walesonline
Nealy third of Welsh parents ready to skip a meal so children don't go hungrywith poverty here. National programme of holiday clubs launched But across Br
Nealy third of Welsh parents ready to skip a meal so children don't go hungry
walesonline / Posted yesterday
with poverty here. National programme of holiday clubs launched But across Britain, 16% said they were likely to ask friends and family for help – compared to 12% in Wales. The statistics come as the UK poverty charity launches a national... Read more
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The Courier Mail
New powers to combat terroristsAUSTRALIAN governments aim to overcome the agility of terrorists with new power
New powers to combat terrorists
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
AUSTRALIAN governments aim to overcome the agility of terrorists with new powers, including extended imprisonment of extremists who defy rehabilitation. The federal and state governments also will co-operate on measures such as control orders on... Read more
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News.com.au
New powers to combat terroriststhe media in Sydney. AUSTRALIAN governments aim to overcome the agility of ter
New powers to combat terrorists
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
the media in Sydney. AUSTRALIAN governments aim to overcome the agility of terrorists with new powers, including extended imprisonment of extremists who defy rehabilitation. The federal and state governments also will co-operate on measures... Read more
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FOX 41 Louisville
Public input sought on new rules for biodigestersmaterial such as old food and turns it into gas. In 2015, there were two diffe
Public input sought on new rules for biodigesters
FOX 41 Louisville / Posted yesterday
material such as old food and turns it into gas. In 2015, there were two different proposed biodigesters in Louisville’s west end. After staunch opposition from neighbors who raised concerns over health hazards and smell, company organizers... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Who is Jarrett Maupin? Man behind Phoenix's police protests is a rights leader — and a paid political consultantmany other people had wanted it not to happen. It came one day after five offi
Who is Jarrett Maupin? Man behind Phoenix's police protests is a rights leader — and a paid political consultant
The Arizona Republic / Posted yesterday
many other people had wanted it not to happen. It came one day after five officers were murdered by a gunman at the end of a similar march in Dallas. African-American leaders in Phoenix, as well as the police chief, had asked Maupin to delay... Read more
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Daily Maverick
TRAINSPOTTER: EFF’s Floyd Shivambu – the man behind the Man behind the Manof Being In mid-winter, the rolling hills of Heidelberg are stained an old-und
TRAINSPOTTER: EFF’s Floyd Shivambu – the man behind the Man behind the Man
Daily Maverick / Posted yesterday
of Being In mid-winter, the rolling hills of Heidelberg are stained an old-underpants brown, a uniform dun that extends to the city, the outlying townships, the strip malls, the shacks, the future. In Ratanda, a model RDP-housing community... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Palm Beach Bethesda leaders explain church's parking crunchFive years ago, the Town Council boosted meter rates on South Ocean Boulevard t
Palm Beach Bethesda leaders explain church's parking crunch
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
Five years ago, the Town Council boosted meter rates on South Ocean Boulevard to $5 an hour, instead of $2, to make more money from visitors to the Midtown and Clarke Avenue public beaches. That has put more than $1 million of additional revenue... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Benefits ordinances disturb developersof note in Detroit involving a public contribution of land or tax incentives wo
Benefits ordinances disturb developers
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 2 days ago
of note in Detroit involving a public contribution of land or tax incentives would be affected by either of the proposed community benefits ordinances making waves in the development community in recent weeks that appear bound for the November... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
Availability, price change faces of addiction in WVbrothers and sisters, even our moms and dads. Heroin doesn’t discriminate. “We
Availability, price change faces of addiction in WV
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 2 days ago
brothers and sisters, even our moms and dads. Heroin doesn’t discriminate. “We’re in a public health crisis,” said Burner, West Virginia state coordinator for the Appalachian High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area. The fact that at least 17 West... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Exhibition of local artistsp.m. Saturday at the TPS Gallery, 78 N. Trade St., Tryon.

In addition to

Exhibition of local artists
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 2 days ago
p.m. Saturday at the TPS Gallery, 78 N. Trade St., Tryon.

In addition to being active with the Art League of Henderson County, where all three artists serve on the board, they are all also members of TPS. The artists will share a front... Read more

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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Game changer Former area athlete puts business skills to use on behalf of company developing cancer-detecting sports braof the disease. The effort serves as a personal victory in the fight to protect
Game changer Former area athlete puts business skills to use on behalf of company developing cancer-detecting sports bra
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
of the disease. The effort serves as a personal victory in the fight to protect woman’s health for Ms. Antoniacci, who endured her own benign lumpectomy at age 21. “I feel so blessed and honored to be part of something like this,” she said... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: God’s love can still bring new life for us allthat, for the first time, there were more people in Britain who did not profess
CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: God’s love can still bring new life for us all
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
that, for the first time, there were more people in Britain who did not profess any religion, than those who did. If this trend persisted, he warned us that we would continue to see declining church attendance unless measures could be found to... Read more
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Tri-County Citizen
News Briefs | July 24, 2016director. The vacancy is created by former athletic director Craig Atkins, who
News Briefs | July 24, 2016
Tri-County Citizen / Posted 2 days ago
director. The vacancy is created by former athletic director Craig Atkins, who retired from the district at the end of the 2015-16 school year. His retirement was effective June 30. The hiring process should be complete by Aug. 5,... Read more
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The News & Observer
Dispute at Sunset Beach: How much development is too much?Dispute between developers, beach community continues at Sunset Beach | News &
Dispute at Sunset Beach: How much development is too much?
The News & Observer / Posted 2 days ago
Dispute between developers, beach community continues at Sunset Beach | News & Observer July 23, 2016 6:38 PM Quiet beach is the scene of emphatic arguments over coastal... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Wollongong street art festival spreads colour across cityfor national and international street artists to complete large murals, with th
Wollongong street art festival spreads colour across city
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
for national and international street artists to complete large murals, with the permission and support of Wollongong City Council and private owners. "It's such a good feeling seeing it every day, and I still get a real buzz when I see a group of... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Sunday Business Notebook: Northside land buyer an ally of Amazontook a major step forward Friday as the land sold for $15 million. It’s been ca
Sunday Business Notebook: Northside land buyer an ally of Amazon
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 2 days ago
took a major step forward Friday as the land sold for $15 million. It’s been called Project Rex as it moved through City Council, with promises of a $200 million investment and creating 1,500 jobs by 2019. Rumors have said it’s a distribution... Read more
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Salon.com
To jam, or not to jam: Why Carlos Santana’s reasons for ignoring Israel boycott are dubious at bestobligation to heed UN resolutions or the judgment of any international court. T
To jam, or not to jam: Why Carlos Santana’s reasons for ignoring Israel boycott are dubious at best
Salon.com / Posted 2 days ago
obligation to heed UN resolutions or the judgment of any international court. To date, it has defied 246 Security Council Resolutions. As a direct consequence seven million Palestinians have been excluded from the right to live as they... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Newbury FC to continue to fight council over home groundNewbury FC is preparing for a court battle after West Berkshire Council voted t
Newbury FC to continue to fight council over home ground
Reading Evening Post / Posted 3 days ago
Newbury FC is preparing for a court battle after West Berkshire Council voted to pursue an "exciting regeneration" of the area where the club's home ground lies. The council says it was left with 'no alternative' but to take up this option in order... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Culture of always needing to win thwarting mature debate: Singapore Kindness Movement’s William WanAside from religion. Wan: Maybe that's the way I am composed. I was a science
Culture of always needing to win thwarting mature debate: Singapore Kindness Movement’s William Wan
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 days ago
Aside from religion. Wan: Maybe that's the way I am composed. I was a science student during my school days, and I ended up excelling in literature, in poetry. So there is that part, that soft part of me that is always wanting to come out... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Community Calendar for Morgan CountyMorgan. Info: 970-380-0228. 9 a.m. First Baptist Church Bible Time, 16756 Morg
Community Calendar for Morgan County
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 3 days ago
Morgan. Info: 970-380-0228. 9 a.m. First Baptist Church Bible Time, 16756 Morgan County Road 18, Fort Morgan (south on West Street, just past football field). Everyone welcome. 4 p.m. Gospel meeting, at VFW, 208 W. Beaver Ave., Fort Morgan. No... Read more
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Milwaukee Brewers
Miller Park homestand highlights: July 22 - 31begin a 10-game homestand starting with a three-game set against the Chicago Cu
Miller Park homestand highlights: July 22 - 31
Milwaukee Brewers / Posted 3 days ago
begin a 10-game homestand starting with a three-game set against the Chicago Cubs tonight at 7:10 p.m. Following the weekend series, the Crew welcomes the Arizona Diamondbacks as well as the Pittsburgh Pirates to Miller Park. Highlights include... Read more
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The North West Star
A train trip into historyincluded breakfast in Normanton before the trip, a birthday cake at Blackbull s
A train trip into history
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
included breakfast in Normanton before the trip, a birthday cake at Blackbull siding during the journey and an evening community barbecue at Croydon. “A trip on the Normanton to Croydon Railway is on the bucket list of many rail enthusiasts... Read more
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JTA
At Jerusalem Pride March, Orthodox welcomeface at the Jerusalem Pride Parade, July 21, 2016. (Andrew Tobin) It had been
At Jerusalem Pride March, Orthodox welcome
JTA / Posted 3 days ago
face at the Jerusalem Pride Parade, July 21, 2016. (Andrew Tobin) It had been a rough week or so for Israel’s LGBT community. Beersheba police banned a planned pride march from the southern city’s main street over security concerns, after... Read more
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The Age
Killer dust: a legacy that lingerswith mesothelioma. Photo: Eddie Jim Bruno hadn't worked with asbestos. Like ma
Killer dust: a legacy that lingers
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
with mesothelioma. Photo: Eddie Jim Bruno hadn't worked with asbestos. Like many poor migrants he had lived in Melbourne's west when it was the city's smelly, industrial engine room. His home was just down the road from James Hardie's Brooklyn... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Killer dust: a legacy that lingerswith mesothelioma. Photo: Eddie Jim Bruno hadn't worked with asbestos. Like ma
Killer dust: a legacy that lingers
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
with mesothelioma. Photo: Eddie Jim Bruno hadn't worked with asbestos. Like many poor migrants he had lived in Melbourne's west when it was the city's smelly, industrial engine room. His home was just down the road from James Hardie's Brooklyn... Read more
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ABC Newspapers
119th Avenue stays open, stop signs will remain2007. 119th Avenue will stay open for now, but the new stop signs that have re
119th Avenue stays open, stop signs will remain
ABC Newspapers / Posted 4 days ago
2007. 119th Avenue will stay open for now, but the new stop signs that have reduced traffic will remain, the Blaine City Council decided July 14. The four-way stop signs at the 119th Avenue intersections of Isanti Street, Owatonna Street... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Education creates a Strong Nation: Part 2 - Youthdo not dispute anything and accept the status quo, the gap between the rich and
Education creates a Strong Nation: Part 2 - Youth
News 24 South Africa / Posted 4 days ago
do not dispute anything and accept the status quo, the gap between the rich and the poor widens, the government or leaders end up being dictatorial, taxes are widely abused, secret offshore accounts are set up to benefit selected individuals, etc.... Read more
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