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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
The big questionsinclude biographies on theologian and spy Dietrich Bonhoeffer and abolitionist
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
include biographies on theologian and spy Dietrich Bonhoeffer and abolitionist Wilbur Wilberforce, said his friend Greg Thornbury, president of The King's College in New York, caught him off guard when he first asked him to write a book about... Read more
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Gazette
Anger and dismay at new homes given the go-aheadCouncillors at a meeting of the Development Control Committee. Before a packed
Gazette / Posted yesterday
Councillors at a meeting of the Development Control Committee. Before a packed meeting room at the Turnberries Centre in Thornbury, the committee voted in favour of 57 new homes in Tytherington, 28 off Duck Street, 29 off Stowell Hill Road, and... Read more
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Gazette
Campaigners call for action on hospital plan for Frenchay sitethe provision process, is now expecting the bed provision to be evaluated in th
Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
the provision process, is now expecting the bed provision to be evaluated in the New Year, but with the new addition of Thornbury as an extra provision site. The provision process will now go through an options appraisal, with the CCG making a... Read more
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Gazette
Football club’s dream is step closer to realityTHORNBURY Town Football Club have moved a step closer to building their new-loo
Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
THORNBURY Town Football Club have moved a step closer to building their new-look pitch and 100-seater stand. Plans for the revamp were thwarted earlier in the year, amidst concerns the floodlights could affect nearby bats. But following an... Read more
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Gazette
Schools in Thornbury win royal gardening awardTWO Thornbury schools have won a top royal gardening award. Crossways infant a
Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
TWO Thornbury schools have won a top royal gardening award. Crossways infant and junior schools have been awarded the level five gardening award – the highest level achievable - from the Royal Horticulture Society Campaign (RHS) for school... Read more
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Gazette
SQUASH: Thornbury A come up trumps when they need itIN the final game of what has been a season of 'what if' for Thornbury A, they
Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
IN the final game of what has been a season of 'what if' for Thornbury A, they travelled to Vivo in search of victory and the 13 points needed to secure their Premier A status. And, when it really mattered, they came up with the goods. Whilst... Read more
3d
Gazette
Thornbury secure another losing bonus pointTribute South West One West Keynsham 24 Thornbury 19 THORNBURY came unstuck i
Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
Tribute South West One West Keynsham 24 Thornbury 19 THORNBURY came unstuck in a tough game on a sticky pitch at Keynsham and slipped to their sixth defeat in the last eight league games. However they secured their seventh losing bonus point, and... Read more
4d
Gazette
Preschool in Thornbury entertains audience with 'The Story of Christmas' nativityYOUNGSTERS from a preschool in Thornbury entertained the audience with a brilli
Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
YOUNGSTERS from a preschool in Thornbury entertained the audience with a brilliant nativity production of 'The Story of Christmas'. Children from First Step Pre-school, Christ the King Site, put on the show. Jenny Harris, pre-school leader, said... Read more
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Gazette
Return of Thornbury's popular food marketA POPULAR food fair made a welcome one-off return on Saturday. The Thornbury F
Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
A POPULAR food fair made a welcome one-off return on Saturday. The Thornbury Food Fairs, quarterly events run by the town’s Chamber of Commerce, were cancelled in July due to lack of parking. But due to popular demand from residents and... Read more
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Gazette
Preschoolers in Thornbury wow audience with wonderful nativity playYOUNGSTERS from a Thornbury preschool wowed the audience with their wonderful n
Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
YOUNGSTERS from a Thornbury preschool wowed the audience with their wonderful nativity play. The group of nearly 20 members of First Step Preschool, based at Crossways Schools, put on their production of the traditional tale in the infant school... Read more
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Gazette
Cub scout group in Thornbury raises £500 to help community in UgandaA CUB scout group from Thornbury has revived Bob-a-job week to help raise funds
Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
A CUB scout group from Thornbury has revived Bob-a-job week to help raise funds for a community in Uganda. For the past two months, the Cherokee and Mohawk cubs, who are part of 1st Thornbury Scout Group, have been carrying out various jobs for... Read more
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Gazette
Thornbury Town still top despite match being called offDESPITE their game at Ruardean Hill Rangers being postponed due to a frozen and
Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
DESPITE their game at Ruardean Hill Rangers being postponed due to a frozen and snowbound pitch, Thornbury Town maintained their position at the top of the County League table. Nearest rivals Lebeq United and Hardwicke drew 2-2, a result probably did... Read more
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Gazette
Thornbury Town Reserves battle to drawStroud League Division 3 Thornbury Town Reserves 1 Chalford Reserves 1 THORNB
Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
Stroud League Division 3 Thornbury Town Reserves 1 Chalford Reserves 1 THORNBURY Town's second string fought out a hard-earned point with Chalford Reserves at the Mundys Playing Fields. The visitors enjoyed the majority of possession in the first... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Toxic algae found in the Aparima River at ThornburyMonday, 11 December 2017, 5:33 pmPress Release: Environment Southland Media Re
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 6 days ago
Monday, 11 December 2017, 5:33 pmPress Release: Environment Southland Media Release 11 December 2017Environment Southland’s latest check for toxic... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
For these kids, art is satisfaction, happinessbe up until Dec. 31. So far about 20 kids have participated, from all over Gre
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 6 days ago
be up until Dec. 31. So far about 20 kids have participated, from all over Grey-Bruce. The current group members come from Thornbury, Hanover, Chesley, Meaford and Owen Sound. It’s free for the kids, their siblings, who are welcome, and for their... Read more
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Kincardine News
For these kids, art is satisfaction, happinessbe up until Dec. 31. So far about 20 kids have participated, from all over Gre
Kincardine News / Posted 6 days ago
be up until Dec. 31. So far about 20 kids have participated, from all over Grey-Bruce. The current group members come from Thornbury, Hanover, Chesley, Meaford and Owen Sound. It’s free for the kids, their siblings, who are welcome, and for their... Read more
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Gazette
ATHLETICS: Thornbury running club round-upTHORNBURY Running Club’s team trip to Devon on November 26 also included a sele
Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
THORNBURY Running Club’s team trip to Devon on November 26 also included a select group who took part in the 4.5-mile ‘Bicton Blister Lite’. There were six runners who took part in the ‘Lite’, which like the longer ‘Bicton Blister’ was raced on the... Read more
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Gazette
Planning Department Weekly List1 attached to PK17/1817/NMA to substitute approved drawing with plans P3 A 003,
Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
1 attached to PK17/1817/NMA to substitute approved drawing with plans P3 A 003, P4 A 003, P5 A 003, P6 A 003 and P7 A 003. Thornbury: First floor flat, 26 High Street, internal alterations, installation of replacement window to side elevation; 7... Read more
10d
Gazette
Thornbury library move given go-aheadTHE library in Thornbury is to be relocated despite opposition to the move afte
Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
THE library in Thornbury is to be relocated despite opposition to the move after councillors voted unanimously in favour of the proposal. The facility’s fate was decided following lively debate at a South Gloucestershire Council cabinet meeting on... Read more
10d
Gazette
NatWest bank closures are a ‘backwards step’town and the lack of banking facilities is a backwards step. “Local residents
Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
town and the lack of banking facilities is a backwards step. “Local residents will find it a real problem too.” Yate and Thornbury MP Luke Hall and Councillor Rob Creer are planning to meet with NatWest to see if there is anything that can be... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Former nurse loves to share storiesher own memoirs, titled Love and Loyalty, by Dorothy (Rolling) Shouldice. She
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 10 days ago
her own memoirs, titled Love and Loyalty, by Dorothy (Rolling) Shouldice. She was born on Dec. 9, 1917 on a farm near Thornbury, and grew up an only child, walking two miles to school each day. “I never wanted to live on the farm, but it was... Read more
10d
Gazette
TABLE TENNIS: Thornbury B go one point clear at top of Division TwoA and Phoenix A fought out a five all draw at Frampton, but it was the visitors
Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
A and Phoenix A fought out a five all draw at Frampton, but it was the visitors Liwu Wei who was unbeaten in singles. THORNBURY B are one point clear and with a game in hand after coming away from Whiteshill A with a 6-4 victory although Steve... Read more
10d
Gazette
Thorns extend lead at the top to nine points after hard-fought win against SouthmeadGloucestershire County League Thornbury Town 3-1 Southmead CS Athletic THORNB
Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
Gloucestershire County League Thornbury Town 3-1 Southmead CS Athletic THORNBURY Town extended their lead at the top of the Marcliff Gloucester County League to nine points following a hard fought 3-1 win against Southmead CS Athletic. After two... Read more
10d
Gazette
Thornbury Town Reserves held to frustrating draw at TetburyStroud League Division Three Tetbury Town Reserves 2-2 Thornbury Town Reserves
Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
Stroud League Division Three Tetbury Town Reserves 2-2 Thornbury Town Reserves TOWN’S second string came away from Tetbury with a point following an entertaining 2-2 draw. Thornbury started brightly but gradually the hosts took control and it was... Read more
11d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Labor's 'nightmare in the north' could be repeated if Batman by-election is calledis called over David Feeney's paperwork woes The mood was glum and the faces o
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
is called over David Feeney's paperwork woes The mood was glum and the faces of the Labor faithful mournful at the Thornbury theatre just over three weeks ago. The party had just been routed in the byelection for the Victorian seat of... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Snow is coming but the question is whereto snow days. But it was high wind which cut power and kept students home Tues
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 11 days ago
to snow days. But it was high wind which cut power and kept students home Tuesday from Beaver Valley Community School in Thornbury and Georgian Bay Community School and St. Vincent-Euphrasia Elementary School in Meaford. By lunchtime Tuesday,... Read more
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Kincardine News
Snow is coming but the question is whereto snow days. But it was high wind which cut power and kept students home Tues
Kincardine News / Posted 11 days ago
to snow days. But it was high wind which cut power and kept students home Tuesday from Beaver Valley Community School in Thornbury and Georgian Bay Community School and St. Vincent-Euphrasia Elementary School in Meaford. By lunchtime Tuesday,... Read more
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Gazette
SQUASH: Thornbury pipped in thrilling matchTHORNBURY A were pipped to the post in a thrilling match vs Redland A. Both si
Gazette / Posted 12 days ago
THORNBURY A were pipped to the post in a thrilling match vs Redland A. Both sides matched each other and provided some outstanding squash. Callum Davidson dispatched the Redland captain in style winning 3-0, Sam Davidson also battled hard to win his... Read more
12d
Daily Mail
Kylie Minogue's ancestor was hanged in Gloucester for stealing baconsat every few months - that saw 17 death sentences issued. Kylie's great-grand
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
sat every few months - that saw 17 death sentences issued. Kylie's great-grandfather Morgan Riddiford was a labourer in Thornbury, a small market town eleven miles north of Bristol, Gloucestershire. RELATED ARTICLES Mother reveals how she was... Read more
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Herald Sun
The A-Z story of our suburbsbirthplace. Another theory suggests a paddock in Northcote that was subdivided
Herald Sun / Posted 12 days ago
birthplace. Another theory suggests a paddock in Northcote that was subdivided during the land boom in 1887 was called Thornbury Park by C.H. James. Thought to derive from an Aboriginal word meaning "to scorch" or "burn". Toolangi is believed... Read more
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Gazette
Preschoolers sing Christmas carols for elderly residents of Thornbury care homePRESCHOOLERS have spread the festive cheer in Thornbury during a trip to sing C
Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
PRESCHOOLERS have spread the festive cheer in Thornbury during a trip to sing Christmas carols to residents of a retirement home in the town. The 12 boys and girls from First Step Preschool braved the cold as they walked all the way from their site... Read more
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Gazette
Outrage as Thornbury Hospital redevelopment plans go back to the drawing boardboard. The report released by the CCGs says that the appraisal would also cons
Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
board. The report released by the CCGs says that the appraisal would also consider including the case for replacing Thornbury Health Centre. A CCG spokesman said that it was a complex programme and finalising these plans had taken longer... Read more
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Canberra Times
"Melbourne will be a very wet place on Saturday night," warns Bureau of Meteorology20 minutes of the latest band of rain sweeping across the city, flooding was re
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
20 minutes of the latest band of rain sweeping across the city, flooding was reported in Brighton East, Yallambie and Thornbury, trees were down in Hawthorn, Yarraville and Wantirna, and building damage was reported in Northcote, Ringwood,... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Eight bidders vie for Tullamarine homeprojector screen. But a young couple who “rolled up on the day” snapped it up
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 15 days ago
projector screen. But a young couple who “rolled up on the day” snapped it up not long after it was passed in. Woodards, Thornbury, director and auctioneer Mario Butera said he was surprised by the couple’s purchase as several buyers had appeared... Read more
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News.com.au
Eight bidders vie for Tullamarine homeprojector screen. But a young couple who “rolled up on the day” snapped it up
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
projector screen. But a young couple who “rolled up on the day” snapped it up not long after it was passed in. Woodards, Thornbury, director and auctioneer Mario Butera said he was surprised by the couple’s purchase as several buyers had appeared... Read more
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Gazette
Special school celebrates high praise from Ofsted after 'outstanding' inspectionA SPECIAL School in Thornbury has been given praise of the highest calibre afte
Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
A SPECIAL School in Thornbury has been given praise of the highest calibre after being rated “outstanding” by Ofsted. New Siblands School, which works with 116 pupils that have a range of physical and mental disabilities, was given the highest... Read more
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Gazette
Preschoolers sing Christmas carols for elderly residents of Thornbury care homePRESCHOOLERS have spread the festive cheer in Thornbury during a trip to sing C
Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
PRESCHOOLERS have spread the festive cheer in Thornbury during a trip to sing Christmas carols to residents of a retirement home in the town. The 12 boys and girls from First Step Preschool braved the cold as they walked all the way from their site... Read more
15d
Herald Sun
Best we agree to shake on itHogg: Handshake. Men shouldn’t hug men on greetings and I don’t know how to hea
Herald Sun / Posted 15 days ago
Hogg: Handshake. Men shouldn’t hug men on greetings and I don’t know how to headbutt. I thought a boy from Thornbury would have been skilled in the finer details of a Liverpool kiss? I could have done with it when Mrs Bird tried to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Best we agree to shake on itHogg: Handshake. Men shouldn’t hug men on greetings and I don’t know how to hea
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Hogg: Handshake. Men shouldn’t hug men on greetings and I don’t know how to headbutt. I thought a boy from Thornbury would have been skilled in the finer details of a Liverpool kiss? I could have done with it when Mrs Bird tried to... Read more
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News.com.au
Best we agree to shake on itHogg: Handshake. Men shouldn’t hug men on greetings and I don’t know how to hea
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
Hogg: Handshake. Men shouldn’t hug men on greetings and I don’t know how to headbutt. I thought a boy from Thornbury would have been skilled in the finer details of a Liverpool kiss? I could have done with it when Mrs Bird tried to... Read more
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Gazette
Chipping Sodbury and Winterbourne Natwest branches to close in nationwide shake-up197 of its branches closed while 62 RBS facilities will also be shut at the cos
Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
197 of its branches closed while 62 RBS facilities will also be shut at the cost of 680 jobs. Natwest also has branches in Thornbury and Yate, but these will not be affected. A spokesman for RBS said that the move was in response to more of its... Read more
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16d
Gazette
Hundreds of Natwest and Royal Bank of Scotland branches to closewe are doing everything we can to support those affected. "We will ensure comp
Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
we are doing everything we can to support those affected. "We will ensure compulsory redundancies are kept to an absolute minimum”. Natwest has branches in Cirencester, Stroud and Thornbury although it is not known whether these will be aff... Read more
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Gazette
Independent estate agents celebrates 20 years of finding perfect homes in ThornburyAN INDEPENDENT estate agents is celebrating two decades of success having estab
Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
AN INDEPENDENT estate agents is celebrating two decades of success having established itself in Thornbury 20 years ago. Bonds of Thornbury, which was founded by business partners Rowena Moncrieffe and Penny Skinner in December 1997 over a love of... Read more
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Gazette
Lloyds Pharmacy in Thornbury set for closure while branches in Yate, Chipping Sodbury and Dursley avoid national cullONE of the two LloydsPharmacy branches in Thornbury is set to close. The store
Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
ONE of the two LloydsPharmacy branches in Thornbury is set to close. The store has been named as one of as many as 190 that are set to be closed across England. Meanwhile, the chain’s other branch in the town, on Horseshoe Lane in St Mary Centre,... Read more
16d
Daily Mail
Chaos as Melbourne as 'once in a generation' weather event slams cityone of the worst hit areas, with shocking images of cars ploughing through knee
Daily Mail / Posted 16 days ago
one of the worst hit areas, with shocking images of cars ploughing through knee-high levels of flooding, while Preston and Thornbury have similar situations. Police and emergency services personnel are on hand throughout Melbourne and the state,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Premier tells workers to leave early with floods across the stateand St Kilda warned to steer clear of floodwaters on the roads. Shops were for
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
and St Kilda warned to steer clear of floodwaters on the roads. Shops were forced to sandbag in Carlton North and in Thornbury and Preston the footpaths flooded. Premier Andrews said his office had spoken to several insurance firms to ensure... Read more
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The Courier
Premier tells workers to leave early with floods across the stateand St Kilda warned to steer clear of floodwaters on the roads. Shops were for
The Courier / Posted 16 days ago
and St Kilda warned to steer clear of floodwaters on the roads. Shops were forced to sandbag in Carlton North and in Thornbury and Preston the footpaths flooded. Premier Andrews said his office had spoken to several insurance firms to ensure... Read more
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The Border Mail
Commuters face delays on trains, roads from heavy rainsand St Kilda warned to steer clear of floodwaters on the roads. Shops were for
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
and St Kilda warned to steer clear of floodwaters on the roads. Shops were forced to sandbag in Carlton North and in Thornbury and Preston the footpaths flooded. Flash flooding in High Street, Preston on December 1, 2017. Photo:... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Latest Hamilton County Jail Booking ReportMAULDETH RD CHATTANOOGA, 374154310 Age at Arrest: 59 years old Arresting Agen
The Chattanoogan / Posted 16 days ago
MAULDETH RD CHATTANOOGA, 374154310 Age at Arrest: 59 years old Arresting Agency: Chattanooga DOMESTIC ASSAULT THORNBURY, JEFFERY TYLER 421 COUNTY ROAD 660 CHARLESTON, 37303 Age at Arrest: 30 years old Arresting Agency: Hamilton... Read more
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News.com.au
Buyers dump dollars on downright derelict homesto get their hands dirty. “Mums and dads, young couples; they’re all willing t
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
to get their hands dirty. “Mums and dads, young couples; they’re all willing to give it a crack,” according to Woodards Thornbury director Mario Butera. “Often it’s the renovateable properties that are in demand; buyers want to do it their way,... Read more
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