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Illawarra Mercury
Nippers refine skillsimportant field of sports psychology. London Olympian Jo Brigden delivered a le
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
important field of sports psychology. London Olympian Jo Brigden delivered a lecture on the importance of goal setting and Mark Webster from Winning Edge discussed the role of psychology and maintaining a positive frame of mind on p... Read more
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Canberra Times
The achingly beautiful story of Fell Swoop, his late owner and The Everestfeel the horse is good enough to win, having placed in the TJ Smith for the pas
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
feel the horse is good enough to win, having placed in the TJ Smith for the past two years," says Inglis managing director Mark Webster. "We also wanted to get behind a young up-and-coming trainer, and Matt Dale is an ideal candidate. He has... Read more
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The North West Star
The moving story of Fell Swoop, his late owner and The Everestfeel the horse is good enough to win, having placed in the TJ Smith for the pas
The North West Star / Posted 6 days ago
feel the horse is good enough to win, having placed in the TJ Smith for the past two years," says Inglis managing director Mark Webster. "We also wanted to get behind a young up-and-coming trainer, and Matt Dale is an ideal candidate. He has... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The achingly beautiful story of Fell Swoop, his late owner and The Everestfeel the horse is good enough to win, having placed in the TJ Smith for the pas
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
feel the horse is good enough to win, having placed in the TJ Smith for the past two years," says Inglis managing director Mark Webster. "We also wanted to get behind a young up-and-coming trainer, and Matt Dale is an ideal candidate. He has... Read more
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The Age
The achingly beautiful story of Fell Swoop, his late owner and The Everestfeel the horse is good enough to win, having placed in the TJ Smith for the pas
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
feel the horse is good enough to win, having placed in the TJ Smith for the past two years," says Inglis managing director Mark Webster. "We also wanted to get behind a young up-and-coming trainer, and Matt Dale is an ideal candidate. He has... Read more
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Bolton News
Students have place potentially life-saving equipment in their communitytimetables to increase the chances of survival for those who have suffered a me
Bolton News / Posted 6 days ago
timetables to increase the chances of survival for those who have suffered a medical emergency such as a cardiac arrest. Mark Webster, teacher at the school, gave a presentation on the campaign — HeartBeats 2020 — at this evening's Westhoughton... Read more
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The News and Star
Violent crime is up in Cumbria - and gangs and drink are fuelling figuresdrops in a number of areas, including theft, robbery and anti-social behaviour.
The News and Star / Posted 7 days ago
drops in a number of areas, including theft, robbery and anti-social behaviour. The county's assistant chief constable, Mark Webster, spoke about the figures at a meeting of senior crimefighting figures. He said nationally there had been a much... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Violent crime rises in Cumbria - and gangs and drink are fuelling figuresdrops in a number of areas, including theft, robbery and anti-social behaviour.
Whitehaven News / Posted 7 days ago
drops in a number of areas, including theft, robbery and anti-social behaviour. The county's assistant chief constable, Mark Webster, spoke about the figures at a meeting of senior crimefighting figures. He said nationally there had been a much... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Violent crime is up in Cumbria, with gangs and drink fuelling figuresdrops in a number of areas, including theft, robbery and anti-social behaviour.
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 7 days ago
drops in a number of areas, including theft, robbery and anti-social behaviour. The county's assistant chief constable, Mark Webster, spoke about the figures at a meeting of senior crimefighting figures. He said nationally there had been a much... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Violent crime is up in Cumbria - and gangs and drink fuel figuresdrops in a number of areas, including theft, robbery and anti-social behaviour.
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 7 days ago
drops in a number of areas, including theft, robbery and anti-social behaviour. The county's assistant chief constable, Mark Webster, spoke about the figures at a meeting of senior crimefighting figures. He said nationally there had been a much... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
Dublin doubles elude WebsterFORMER semi-finalist Mark Webster failed to make it beyond the first hurdle at
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 13 days ago
FORMER semi-finalist Mark Webster failed to make it beyond the first hurdle at the latest PDC major. The Denbigh dartist was included in the 32-man line-up for the Unibet World Grand Prix, in Dublin, after number two seed Gary Anderson withdrew... Read more
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express
World Grand Prix results LIVE: Darts updates from Dublin2-1 Simon Whitlock (Aus) bt Christian Kist (Ned) 2-1 Mensur Suljovic (Aut) bt
express / Posted 14 days ago
2-1 Simon Whitlock (Aus) bt Christian Kist (Ned) 2-1 Mensur Suljovic (Aut) bt Ian White (Eng) 2-1 Richard North (Eng) bt Mark Webster (Wal) 2-0 Peter Wright (Sco) bt Stephen Bunting (Eng) 2-1 2nd Round Draw and results 3-4 October Robert... Read more
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The News and Star
Businesses get advice about cyber attacks12noon. A number of leading national cyber security experts will be presenting
The News and Star / Posted 22 days ago
12noon. A number of leading national cyber security experts will be presenting at the event. Assistant chief constable Mark Webster from Cumbria Police will outline the level of crime in the county, while Alan Barr, assistant chief constable... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Police chief: Culture of vigilance in Cumbria following terror attacksof suspicious behaviour - leading to a rise in demand, according to the force.
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 23 days ago
of suspicious behaviour - leading to a rise in demand, according to the force. The county's assistant chief constable, Mark Webster, spoke about the situation as details of the surge in calls was made clear. Chiefs said the force had seen... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Police chief: Culture of vigilance in Cumbria following terror attacksof suspicious behaviour - leading to a rise in demand, according to the force.
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 23 days ago
of suspicious behaviour - leading to a rise in demand, according to the force. The county's assistant chief constable, Mark Webster, spoke about the situation as details of the surge in calls was made clear. Chiefs said the force had seen... Read more
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The News and Star
Police chief: Culture of vigilance in Cumbria following terror attacksof suspicious behaviour - leading to a rise in demand, according to the force.
The News and Star / Posted 23 days ago
of suspicious behaviour - leading to a rise in demand, according to the force. The county's assistant chief constable, Mark Webster, spoke about the situation as details of the surge in calls was made clear. Chiefs said the force had seen... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Police chief: Culture of vigilance in Cumbria following terror attacksof suspicious behaviour - leading to a rise in demand, according to the force.
Whitehaven News / Posted 23 days ago
of suspicious behaviour - leading to a rise in demand, according to the force. The county's assistant chief constable, Mark Webster, spoke about the situation as details of the surge in calls was made clear. Chiefs said the force had seen... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Callers to Cumbria Police 101 number forced to wait EIGHT minuteshit with the floods. But there were 5,890 and 5,690 received during July and A
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 24 days ago
hit with the floods. But there were 5,890 and 5,690 received during July and August this year. Assistant Chief Constable Mark Webster said: "We have seen an increase in calls for service over the summer. "My officers and staff have dealt with a... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Callers to Cumbria Police 101 number forced to wait EIGHT minuteshit with the floods. But there were 5,890 and 5,690 received during July and A
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 24 days ago
hit with the floods. But there were 5,890 and 5,690 received during July and August this year. Assistant Chief Constable Mark Webster said: "We have seen an increase in calls for service over the summer. "My officers and staff have dealt with a... Read more
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The News and Star
Callers to Cumbria Police 101 number forced to wait EIGHT minuteshit with the floods. But there were 5,890 and 5,690 received during July and A
The News and Star / Posted 24 days ago
hit with the floods. But there were 5,890 and 5,690 received during July and August this year. Assistant Chief Constable Mark Webster said: "We have seen an increase in calls for service over the summer. "My officers and staff have dealt with a... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Callers to Cumbria Police 101 number forced to wait EIGHT minuteshit with the floods. But there were 5,890 and 5,690 received during July and A
Whitehaven News / Posted 24 days ago
hit with the floods. But there were 5,890 and 5,690 received during July and August this year. Assistant Chief Constable Mark Webster said: "We have seen an increase in calls for service over the summer. "My officers and staff have dealt with a... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Cumbria Police deal with 'unprecedented levels' of emergency 999 calls over the summer5,890 and 5,690 calls been received during July and August this year. Cumbria
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 24 days ago
5,890 and 5,690 calls been received during July and August this year. Cumbria Constabulary’s Assistant Chief Constable Mark Webster said: “We have seen an increase in calls for service over the summer and my Officers and Staff have dealt with a... Read more
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The News and Star
Cumbria Police deal with 'unprecedented levels' of emergency 999 calls over the summer5,890 and 5,690 calls been received during July and August this year. Cumbria
The News and Star / Posted 24 days ago
5,890 and 5,690 calls been received during July and August this year. Cumbria Constabulary’s Assistant Chief Constable Mark Webster said: “We have seen an increase in calls for service over the summer and my Officers and Staff have dealt with a... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Unprecedented demand on Cumbria Police5,890 and 5,690 calls been received during July and August this year. Cumbria
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 24 days ago
5,890 and 5,690 calls been received during July and August this year. Cumbria Constabulary’s assistant chief constable Mark Webster said: “We have seen an increase in calls for service over the summer and my officers and staff have dealt with a... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Great East Run 2017 results - see where you finished in the big race01.49.58 629 Matthew Fitzgerald 01.50.05 630 Helen Davies 01.50.08 631 James
Ipswich Star / Posted 25 days ago
01.49.58 629 Matthew Fitzgerald 01.50.05 630 Helen Davies 01.50.08 631 James Kerry 01.50.09 632 Ryan Kent 01.50.11 633 Mark Webster 01.50.12 634 Henry Leeson 01.50.16 635 Douglas Richardson 01.50.17 636 James Hemsley 01.50.18 637 Brian... Read more

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