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Rapid City Journal
School District approves budgetAlso, Coles noted that the district had received an $18,000 Homeland Security g
Rapid City Journal / Posted 2 hours ago
Also, Coles noted that the district had received an $18,000 Homeland Security grant for its door project. He also updated the board on the stadium seating project, which the Hot Springs Bison Athletics Hall of Fame had begun earlier this summer. He... Read more
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Canberra Times
Coles pay deal to wait for tribunal ruling on cheaper agreement Coles will not put a new wage deal agreed on with the shop workers' union to a
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
Coles will not put a new wage deal agreed on with the shop workers' union to a staff vote until the workplace tribunal decides whether to throw out its existing deal that pays lower penalty rates. The supermarket and the Shop, Distributive and... Read more
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express
Prince William visits rehab and asks addicts if drugs should be decriminalisedimpending arrival. PAPrince William saw the work of Spitalfields Crypt Trust,
express / Posted 3 hours ago
impending arrival. PAPrince William saw the work of Spitalfields Crypt Trust, a charity that helps homeless addicts Steve Coles, the trust's chief executive, said after the visit: "He genuinely wanted to come to listen and learn. "I thought it... Read more
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The Ham&High Network
Charity cricket at South HampsteadPremiership Rugby Cup returns for a tenth year. Pre-season friendly: Millwall
The Ham&High Network / Posted 3 hours ago
Premiership Rugby Cup returns for a tenth year. Pre-season friendly: Millwall Lionesses 1 Tottenham Hotspur Ladies 2 The Coles Park club produced a shock at the weekend with Ralston Gabriel netting a brace to inspire a stunning victory on the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'been rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industri
The Border Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
been rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industrial tribunal that saw an agreement covering Coles workers torn up for failing a key legal test, claims the Australian Industry Group. The Fair Work Commission's... Read more
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The Courier
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following
The Courier / Posted 4 hours ago
The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following its decision in the Coles case has led to failures in enterprise agreement-making in the fast food industry. Enterprise bargaining in the fast food industry has been... Read more
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The North West Star
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following
The North West Star / Posted 5 hours ago
The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following its decision in the Coles case has led to failures in enterprise agreement-making in the fast food industry. Enterprise bargaining in the fast food industry has been... Read more
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WA Today
Coles pay deal to wait for tribunal ruling on cheaper agreementColes will not put a new wage deal agreed on with the shop workers' union to a
WA Today / Posted 5 hours ago
Coles will not put a new wage deal agreed on with the shop workers' union to a staff vote until the workplace tribunal decides whether to throw out its existing deal that pays lower penalty rates. The supermarket and the Shop, Distributive and... Read more
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The Age
Coles pay deal to wait for tribunal ruling on cheaper agreement Coles will not put a new wage deal agreed on with the shop workers' union to a
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
Coles will not put a new wage deal agreed on with the shop workers' union to a staff vote until the workplace tribunal decides whether to throw out its existing deal that pays lower penalty rates. The supermarket and the Shop, Distributive and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Coles pay deal to wait for tribunal ruling on cheaper agreement Coles will not put a new wage deal agreed on with the shop workers' union to a
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
Coles will not put a new wage deal agreed on with the shop workers' union to a staff vote until the workplace tribunal decides whether to throw out its existing deal that pays lower penalty rates. The supermarket and the Shop, Distributive and... Read more
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The Ham&High Network
Bostik North: Tom Loizou full of praise for Haringey Borough goalkeeper Valery Pajetet after upsetting Welling United in FA CupBorough celebrate their FA Cup second qualifying round win at Welling United (p
The Ham&High Network / Posted 6 hours ago
Borough celebrate their FA Cup second qualifying round win at Welling United (pic: David Cumberbatch/Barran Bolat). The Coles Park club produced a shock at the weekend with Ralston Gabriel netting a brace to inspire a stunning victory on the... Read more
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WA Today
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'been rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industri
WA Today / Posted 7 hours ago
been rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industrial tribunal that saw an agreement covering Coles workers torn up for failing a key legal test, claims the Australian Industry Group. The Fair Work Commission's... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 hours ago
The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following its decision in the Coles case has led to failures in enterprise agreement-making in the fast food industry. Enterprise bargaining in the fast food industry has been... Read more
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The Young Witness
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following
The Young Witness / Posted 11 hours ago
The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following its decision in the Coles case has led to failures in enterprise agreement-making in the fast food industry. Enterprise bargaining in the fast food industry has been... Read more
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Western Advocate
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following
Western Advocate / Posted 12 hours ago
The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following its decision in the Coles case has led to failures in enterprise agreement-making in the fast food industry. Enterprise bargaining in the fast food industry has been... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following
Kiama Independent / Posted 12 hours ago
The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following its decision in the Coles case has led to failures in enterprise agreement-making in the fast food industry. Enterprise bargaining in the fast food industry has been... Read more
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Manning River Times
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following
Manning River Times / Posted 12 hours ago
The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following its decision in the Coles case has led to failures in enterprise agreement-making in the fast food industry. Enterprise bargaining in the fast food industry has been... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 12 hours ago
The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following its decision in the Coles case has led to failures in enterprise agreement-making in the fast food industry. Enterprise bargaining in the fast food industry has been... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 hours ago
The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following its decision in the Coles case has led to failures in enterprise agreement-making in the fast food industry. Enterprise bargaining in the fast food industry has been... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 hours ago
The Fair Work Commission's application of the better off overall test following its decision in the Coles case has led to failures in enterprise agreement-making in the fast food industry. Enterprise bargaining in the fast food industry has been... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'been rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industri
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
been rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industrial tribunal that saw an agreement covering Coles workers torn up for failing a key legal test, claims the Australian Industry Group. The Fair Work Commission's... Read more
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The Age
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'been rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industri
The Age / Posted 12 hours ago
been rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industrial tribunal that saw an agreement covering Coles workers torn up for failing a key legal test, claims the Australian Industry Group. The Fair Work Commission's... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Woolies’ plastic bag free storeand Priceline. Woolworths will continue celebrations on Saturday with Peppa Pi
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
and Priceline. Woolworths will continue celebrations on Saturday with Peppa Pig, as well as face painting and giveaways. Coles, Harris Farm and IGA followed Woolworths’ announcement in July that stores would phase out single-use plastic bags over... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Hawcoat see 11-point lead turned into defeat at FleetwoodHowden made good use of the wind advantage and ensured play took place in the F
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
Howden made good use of the wind advantage and ensured play took place in the Fleetwood half. Ten minutes in, centre Will Coles took on the kicking duties and slotted over a 40-metre penalty goal that was still rising as it went between the... Read more
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Journal Gazette & Times-Courier
Lions learn about Habitat RestoreColes County Habitat for Humanity has built 36 homes in the Charleston and Matt
Journal Gazette & Times-Courier / Posted 13 hours ago
Coles County Habitat for Humanity has built 36 homes in the Charleston and Mattoon communities using volunteers, and has provided funding for 49 homes at international locations. The homes that Habitat builds in Coles County are sold to homeowners.... Read more
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Irish Examiner
See the first fabulous snaps of this year’s Strictly Come Dancing couplesCharlotte Hawkins strikes a pose with Brendan Cole. Charlotte Hawkins and Bren
Irish Examiner / Posted 14 hours ago
Charlotte Hawkins strikes a pose with Brendan Cole. Charlotte Hawkins and Brendan Cole (BBC/Ray Burmiston/PA) Rev Richard Coles adds a priestly touch to his costume with Strictly newcomer Dianne Buswell. Rev Richard Coles and Dianne Buswell... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Judge Rinder weighs in on same-sex Strictly Come Dancing debatecriticised on social media for not having a female professional partner. And t
Irish Examiner / Posted 14 hours ago
criticised on social media for not having a female professional partner. And this year’s fellow contestant Rev Richard Coles has argued it made “no sense” that anyone would resist having dancers of the same gender taking to the floor... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Woolworths is in damage controlwill never be a white man and vice versa.” Calls for a boycott ensued, with sh
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 hours ago
will never be a white man and vice versa.” Calls for a boycott ensued, with shoppers vowing to defect to rivals Aldi and Coles if Woolworths did not speak out against Mr Corbett. “Woolworths is closer to home but I won’t shop there again. Wanna... Read more
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News.com.au
Local radio legends bring back the banterTHE duo responsible for brining Outside Coles on a Saturday Night to the local
News.com.au / Posted 20 hours ago
THE duo responsible for brining Outside Coles on a Saturday Night to the local airwaves is getting ready for a commemorative cruise around the block. November will mark 40 years since Bob Cooke and Richard Moore began working in TV, but it is their... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Local radio legends bring back the banterTHE duo responsible for brining Outside Coles on a Saturday Night to the local
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 20 hours ago
THE duo responsible for brining Outside Coles on a Saturday Night to the local airwaves is getting ready for a commemorative cruise around the block. November will mark 40 years since Bob Cooke and Richard Moore began working in TV, but it is their... Read more
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birminghammail
Judge Rinder speaks out over same-sex Strictly Come Dancing debatecriticised on social media for not having a female professional partner. And t
birminghammail / Posted 20 hours ago
criticised on social media for not having a female professional partner. And this year's fellow contestant Rev Richard Coles has argued it made "no sense" that anyone would resist having dancers of the same gender taking to the floor... Read more
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metro
Here's the Strictly 2017 couple portraits in all their glitzy glamorous glorywe’re sure the reason he looks so happy here is just because he’s been partnere
metro / Posted 21 hours ago
we’re sure the reason he looks so happy here is just because he’s been partnered with Charlotte.Dianne Buswell and Richard ColesDianne Buswell and Richard Coles (Picture: BBC/PA Wire) Ugh, how much are we just loving this pairing? It shouldn’t... Read more
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Motley Fool
Is the Wesfarmers Ltd share price a buy? Wesfarmers is the conglomerate company behind Bunnings, Coles, Target, Kmart,
Motley Fool / Posted 21 hours ago
Wesfarmers is the conglomerate company behind Bunnings, Coles, Target, Kmart, Officeworks and a few industrial businesses. The business has been a great buy-and-hold for shareholders who have held for more... Read more
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Journal Gazette & Times-Courier
Griffith, Lash win classes at Charleston Speedway7. Shafer, 8. Rexroad Heat 2: 1. Lash, 2. Lynch, 3. Adkins, 4. McKay, 5. Wrigh
Journal Gazette & Times-Courier / Posted 21 hours ago
7. Shafer, 8. Rexroad Heat 2: 1. Lash, 2. Lynch, 3. Adkins, 4. McKay, 5. Wright, 6. Griffin, 7. Mannin, 8. Higgs 9/16/17 Coles County Speedway results Feature 1. Kaleb Stephens, 2. Clayton Apple Feature 1. Shania Alexander 1. JB Gilbert, 2.... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Former NSW RSL boss admits misusing moneystay in his presidential suite at a city hotel. Mr Rowe, who lives in Armidale
Sky News Australia / Posted yesterday
stay in his presidential suite at a city hotel. Mr Rowe, who lives in Armidale, also used the credit card to pay for his daily living expenses in Sydney and one year spent $568.96 at Coles for Christmas shopping. The inquiry continues on Wednes... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Ex-priest jailed for 12 years in UK for sex offences against boys dating back to 1980sOperation Perry, and Graves is the third and last of the priests to be convicte
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
Operation Perry, and Graves is the third and last of the priests to be convicted. "The two other clergy, Robert Coles and Gordon Rideout, have already been convicted in separate trials and sentenced to terms of imprisonment." More From... Read more
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Canberra Times
Meals, apartment and income support: Ex-RSL president's expenses revealedshopping and, effectively, to help pay off his mortgage. Mr Rowe's RSL card re
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
shopping and, effectively, to help pay off his mortgage. Mr Rowe's RSL card registered $600 in expenditure at an Armidale Coles on Christmas Eve; money he admitted "may well have been" spent on Christmas shopping. RSL funds in the form of a... Read more
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Daily Mail
HBO star Issa Rae backs African-Americans at the Emmyswhale believed to be Migaloo spotted off the Gold Coast Moment yes voters atta
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
whale believed to be Migaloo spotted off the Gold Coast Moment yes voters attack a no stand during a gay equality protest Coles orders urgent recall of Hans brand chorizo sausages... Couple's date night turned to horror after a kiss... Read more
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Daily Mail
Toddler born without hands or legs climbs slide in heartwarming videoin pain relief:...'Angelina Jolie op' is given to women it cannot help:...Stric
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
in pain relief:...'Angelina Jolie op' is given to women it cannot help:...Strictly Come Dancing star Reverend Richard Coles reveals he...DR ELLIE CANNON: Breast cancer has stalked my family for... Share this article The boy was born with... Read more
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Daily Mail
US Embassy in Cuba could be SHUT DOWN after a spate of sonic attacksand... Couple's date night turned to horror after a kiss ended... May BACKS O
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
and... Couple's date night turned to horror after a kiss ended... May BACKS OFF pledge to fight next general election... Coles orders urgent recall of Hans brand chorizo sausages... Vigilantes help police in HALF of sex cases: Officers... The... Read more
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New Kerala
Cole's Quality Foods Introduces Innovative Stuffed Bread Snack Called Middles, Taking Cheesy Bread To New, Inspired Heights - newkerala news #272826snack concept. Experience the interactive Multichannel News Release here: http
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
snack concept. Experience the interactive Multichannel News Release here: https://www.multivu.com/players/English/8139251-coles-frozen-bread-middles/ Middles become available later this month in the freezer section at grocery, club, supermarket... Read more
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Sussex Express
BREAKING: Former Eastbourne clergyman jailedOperation Perry, and Graves is the third and last of the priests to be convicte
Sussex Express / Posted yesterday
Operation Perry, and Graves is the third and last of the priests to be convicted. The two other clergy, Robert Coles and Gordon Rideout, have already been convicted in separate trials and sentenced to terms of imprisonment. The Diocese... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Chorizo sausages sold at Coles recalled over E. coli contamination Sausages sold at Coles supermarkets have been recalled over E.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
contamination Sausages sold at Coles supermarkets have been recalled over E. coli contamination. Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) warned customers not to eat Hans Spanish Chorizo 250g... Read more
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PGA European Tour
Team effort delivers PGA Cup triumph for Great Britain & Irelanddriving range. To put the Americans’ demise down to poor play, however, does th
PGA European Tour / Posted yesterday
driving range. To put the Americans’ demise down to poor play, however, does them and their opponents a disservice. Robert Coles, Matthew Cort, Andrew Raitt, Phillip Archer, Greig Hutcheon and David Higgins all won their matches, as did Damien... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Man survives after car ’shoots 60m’ into riverseen by passers by after they reportedly heard screaming from the bottom of Gro
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
seen by passers by after they reportedly heard screaming from the bottom of Groves Bridge on the Mary Valley Link Rd at Coles Creek. His Toyota Prado lay beaten up in shallow water in the middle of the river, about a 20-30m drop below the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
RSL boss details eye-watering expenseslives in Armidale, also used the credit card to pay for his daily living expens
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
lives in Armidale, also used the credit card to pay for his daily living expenses in Sydney and one year spent $568.96 at Coles for Christmas shopping. While president, Mr Rowe received two pensions, but failed to declare the RSL funds he was... Read more
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The Border Mail
Theft after act of kindness outside the Wodonga Coles storeher wallet. The victim, Michelle McGowan, often gave a bit of loose change or
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
her wallet. The victim, Michelle McGowan, often gave a bit of loose change or a cigarette to Jordan Lee Neall outside the Coles in Wodonga’s High Street. She was in a giving mood two days before last Christmas when she handed the bearded... Read more
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Australian Food News
Hans Spanish Chorizo recalled due to E.coli contaminationHans Spanish Chorizo sold through Coles supermarkets have been recalled due to
Australian Food News / Posted yesterday
Hans Spanish Chorizo sold through Coles supermarkets have been recalled due to an E. coli contamination. Hans Continental Smallgoods is recalling Hans Spanish Chorizo 250g sold at Queensland and New South Wales Coles stores. Only Hans Spanish... Read more
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Herald Sun
RSL funds for Xmas, mortgage: inquiryalso revealed he had used the credit card to pay for his daily living expenses
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
also revealed he had used the credit card to pay for his daily living expenses in Sydney and one year spent $568.96 at Coles for Christmas shopping. But, he insists he didn't spend the organisation's money for personal reasons... Read more
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Daily Record
Strictly's Rev Richard Coles gives parishioners preview of moves during serviceStrictly’s Rev Richard Coles gave parishioners a sneak preview of his moves yes
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
Strictly’s Rev Richard Coles gave parishioners a sneak preview of his moves yesterday as he danced with his partner during the service. Anglican priest Richard, 55, performed a cha cha with Dianne Buswell to the Eurythmics hit There Must be an... Read more
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