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The Age
Future of ACT Academy of Sport cycling program up in the airIt's honour roll is a who's who of Australian cycling, but the future of the on
The Age / Posted a minute ago
It's honour roll is a who's who of Australian cycling, but the future of the once highly regarded ACT Academy of Sport cycling program is up in the air. Michael Matthews, Michael Rogers, Caroline Buchanan, Sue Powell, Mathew Hayman, Chloe Hosking... Read more
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Western Advocate
It was a fascinating site for young eyes“The children were very excited about getting out into the bush and doing hands
Western Advocate / Posted 2 minutes ago
“The children were very excited about getting out into the bush and doing hands-on experiments and activities." RARE: The purple copper butterfly is only found in the Central Tablelands region in a few small pockets of native vegetation. SCHOOL... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Future of ACT Academy of Sport cycling program up in the airIt's honour roll is a who's who of Australian cycling, but the future of the on
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 minutes ago
It's honour roll is a who's who of Australian cycling, but the future of the once highly regarded ACT Academy of Sport cycling program is up in the air. Michael Matthews, Michael Rogers, Caroline Buchanan, Sue Powell, Mathew Hayman, Chloe Hosking... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Police raids after children poisoned by ecstasy - Liverpool Echo Police broke down doors in Bebington, Rock Ferry, Prenton, B
Liverpool Echo / Posted 10 minutes ago
- Liverpool Echo Police broke down doors in Bebington, Rock Ferry, Prenton, Birkenhead and Oxton Merseyside Police officers were out on raids this morning This is the moment police used cutting... Read more
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metro
Mum writes brilliant Gumtree advert for fancy £880 pramLetting go is hard – especially when you’re having to get rid of something you
metro / Posted 11 minutes ago
Letting go is hard – especially when you’re having to get rid of something you use all the time because you could really do with the money.The 10 weird and wonderful ways you will make friends at baby and toddler groups The answer: Making sure... Read more
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metro
Man's request for birthday drinks backfires when strangers send him milk(Picture: Twitter/RoryMeep) You can always trust in the kindness of strangers.
metro / Posted 11 minutes ago
(Picture: Twitter/RoryMeep) You can always trust in the kindness of strangers. They just might not deliver that kindness in exactly the way you were expecting.What happens when you call off your wedding But when strangers on the internet come... Read more
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metro
Just so you know, there's a 5k run where you eat a slice of pizza every lapEvery few weeks, a thought comes to us: Maybe we’ll run a 5k.Ikea is bringing a
metro / Posted 11 minutes ago
Every few weeks, a thought comes to us: Maybe we’ll run a 5k.Ikea is bringing a pop-up vertical farm to London A 5k is easy, right? We’ll knock it out in half an hour then feel accomplished for the rest of the day. A 5k is what cool, fit grownups... Read more
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asianage
Seal pup rests on Australian beach after exhausting 2000km journey from AntarcticA sub-Antarctic fur seal pup swam about 2000 km from Macquarie Island in the An
asianage / Posted 14 minutes ago
A sub-Antarctic fur seal pup swam about 2000 km from Macquarie Island in the Antarctic to Whisky Beach on Wilson's Promontory in Victoria, Australia. Jonathon Stevenson a ranger at Parks Victoria said to the Herald Sun that they (at Parks Victoria)... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Seal pup swims 2000km from Antarctic to Australia; naps adorably on the beachA baby seal swam all the way from the Antarctic to Australia and then dozed off
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 16 minutes ago
A baby seal swam all the way from the Antarctic to Australia and then dozed off on the shore after the exhausting journey. The sub-Antarctic fur seal pup swam about 2000 km from Macquarie Island in the Antarctic to Whisky Beach on Wilson's... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Kassala Runs Out of Bread As Flour Crisis Enters Second MonthKassala / El Obeid / Khartoum — The bread crisis in Kassala has entered its sec
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 minutes ago
Kassala / El Obeid / Khartoum — The bread crisis in Kassala has entered its second month, and sources on the ground expect that the town in eastern Sudan with a population of nearly half a million people will completely run out of bread in the coming... Read more
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BikeRadar
Horizon CL pedal reviewBikeRadar's sister publications include four of the world's best cycling magazi
BikeRadar / Posted 18 minutes ago
BikeRadar's sister publications include four of the world's best cycling magazines: Procycling brings you the colour, action and drama of the world's most spectacular sport in a glossy and dynamic magazine. It's the authoritative, worldwide voice of... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Bullitt Hotel's new bar and extension creates 30 posts Conall and Petra Wolsey at the launch of the new Babel bar September 21 2017
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 25 minutes ago
Conall and Petra Wolsey at the launch of the new Babel bar September 21 2017 Thirty jobs are being created with a new bar and extension... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Belfast's new Doyen bar prepares for launch at former King’s Head Patrick Hunt and Andrew Rylands from Wine Inns on the site of The Doyen. Phot
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 25 minutes ago
Patrick Hunt and Andrew Rylands from Wine Inns on the site of The Doyen. Photo: William Cherry/Presseye September 21 2017 Belfast's new Doyen bar prepares for launch at former... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Dale Farm announces first fixed milk price contract Delighted: Nick Whelan, Group Chief Executive at Dale Farm. September 21 201
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 25 minutes ago
Delighted: Nick Whelan, Group Chief Executive at Dale Farm. September 21 2017 Dairy giant Dale Farm has introduced a fixed milk price contract... Read more
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The Border Mail
Celebrity chef follows fresh food trail to the BorderFRESH APPROACH: Celebrity chef James Reeson selects produce from Arnold's Fruit
The Border Mail / Posted 27 minutes ago
FRESH APPROACH: Celebrity chef James Reeson selects produce from Arnold's Fruit Market to film Alive and Cooking in Wodonga on Thursday. Pictures: JAMES WILTSHIRE WHEN in Rome eat pasta, when in Wodonga eat farm-fresh vegetables. IN STORE: Alive... Read more
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Marie Claire
Meet the Scandinavian fashion brand that'll be all over your Instagram feedWe know that dressing like the French is often cited as #sartorialgoals but it’
Marie Claire / Posted 28 minutes ago
We know that dressing like the French is often cited as #sartorialgoals but it’s the cool-girl insouciance of Scandi style we’ll be embodying this season. Our current obsession is Lindex, a fashion brand founded in 1954 that offers an eclectic mix... Read more
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New York Post
These Hamptons restaurants are here to stayBaron’s Cove chef Matty Boudreau The Hamptons dining industry on both the North
New York Post / Posted 31 minutes ago
Baron’s Cove chef Matty Boudreau The Hamptons dining industry on both the North and South Forks is finally growing up. Major investments by hoteliers and Manhattan-based investors have created restaurants that won’t change hands to the next hustler... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Unforseen issues delay work on State Road 20 in Forsyth CountyFORSYTH CO., Ga – Commuters in Forsyth County thought they’d be enjoying a wide
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 32 minutes ago
FORSYTH CO., Ga – Commuters in Forsyth County thought they’d be enjoying a wider, better Highway 20 instead of the orange barrels and construction equipment that are still in place. Andrea Webb saw progress come to a stop in May. “There was a sense... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Riverside votes tonight on marijuana farm near Air Force MuseumMarijuana plants sit in a grow house and marijuana dispensary in Quincy, Mass.,
Dayton Daily News / Posted 32 minutes ago
Marijuana plants sit in a grow house and marijuana dispensary in Quincy, Mass., March 29, 2017. (Adam Glanzman/The New York Times) The city of Riverside will vote tonight on whether to sell three acres of land at the Center of Flight, near the... Read more
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The Courier
Gig GuideYour guide to the best Ballarat gigs this weekend. GIG GUIDE The Lane @ The G
The Courier / Posted 34 minutes ago
Your guide to the best Ballarat gigs this weekend. GIG GUIDE The Lane @ The George Hotel, Lydiard Street: Kev Antonio Alive & Kicking, 6pm, free; Ryan Bell, 9.30pm The Lounge @ The George Hotel: Flashback Friday, 11pm Irish Murphy's, Sturt... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Why we should stop outsourcing and cook as a family instead Families struggle to find quality time together every day. In the past, famil
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 35 minutes ago
Families struggle to find quality time together every day. In the past, family meal times always ensured we caught up on what happened at school or at the office that day and what mood... Read more
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WGN Radio Chicago
Pat Brady and Michael Mason of The Newly Created “Lincoln Forum”, Mastro’s of Chicago Delights With Their Seasonal Eats, Making Friends with Your Pharmacist, and Dr. Lars Dingman “The Itunes Psychic” |Sept 20thTonight on Pretty Late! (Sept 20th) Comedian Brandon C. Price (VAMP Chicago) ri
WGN Radio Chicago / Posted 36 minutes ago
Tonight on Pretty Late! (Sept 20th) Comedian Brandon C. Price (VAMP Chicago) rides side car as we welcome Pat Brady and Michael Mason (Chicago Athletic Association Hotel – Director Of Restaurants & Bars) of the newly created public affairs group,... Read more
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WGN Radio Chicago
Mastro’s of Chicago Delights With Their Delicious Seasonal EatsTonight on Pretty Late we welcome one of the best restaurants in the city – Mas
WGN Radio Chicago / Posted 36 minutes ago
Tonight on Pretty Late we welcome one of the best restaurants in the city – Mastro’s of Chicago who delights Patti and the crew with their seasonal eats. Listen in as Steven Oaks (General Manager) and Matt Smith (Executive Sous Chef) discuss the... Read more
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heraldscotland
Widower of woman killed by bike courier welcomes plans for new cycling offenceLorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor
heraldscotland / Posted 37 minutes ago
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The Economic Times
Food served must carry details of quantity, supplier: RailMinNEW DELHI: Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has asked officials to ensure that mea
The Economic Times / Posted 38 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has asked officials to ensure that meals served on board trains carry information about quantity and the contractor supplying it, as the national carrier continues efforts to improve catering services. In a... Read more
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The Economic Times
Kolkata decks up for Durga Puja celebrations - It's pujo timeAn artist decorating a community puja pandal ahead of Durga Puja festival in Ko
The Economic Times / Posted 38 minutes ago
An artist decorating a community puja pandal ahead of Durga Puja festival in Kolkata. The Deshapriya Park committee, which registered the highest footfall for a pandal last year with five million visitors, has in store a slice of Thailand -- a... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Seven events for you to enjoy this weekend in Suffolk and north Essex Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival 2017 at Snape Maltings. Picture: ALISTAIR G
Ipswich Star / Posted 39 minutes ago
Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival 2017 at Snape Maltings. Picture: ALISTAIR GRANT/BOKEH PHOTOGRAPHIC With the weekend only a few days away you might be wondering how you are... Read more
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Ipswich Star
‘We’re not a bad bunch’ - motocross enthusiast calls for different approach over Bobbits Lane scrambler concerns Residents say the scramblers are in action most days. Picture: CONTRIBUTED A
Ipswich Star / Posted 39 minutes ago
Residents say the scramblers are in action most days. Picture: CONTRIBUTED A motocross enthusiast has called for better facilities for... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Sarawak Museum to close for two and a half years for conservation worksOne of the imposing buildings at the present-day Sarawak Museum, which is in ne
The Borneo Post / Posted 39 minutes ago
One of the imposing buildings at the present-day Sarawak Museum, which is in need of repair and conservation works. File Photo KUCHING: The Sarawak Museum will be temporarily closed from Oct 23 onwards for a period of two and a half years. Chief... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Family won’t Dodge dad’s traditionCRUISING through the Clare Valley in a 1918 Dodge Brothers car with the top dow
Adelaide Now / Posted 42 minutes ago
CRUISING through the Clare Valley in a 1918 Dodge Brothers car with the top down, Fiona and Lynnear Fagan will proudly carry on their father’s legacy. Joined by Fiona’s one-year-old daughter, Adeline, the trio will take part in the six-day National... Read more
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