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Mulled wine and handmade delights at markets this weekend

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Mulled wine will add a warm inner glow to shoppers escaping the winter chill at the Handmade Canberra markets this weekend. Pallet and Vine, an off-shoot of Queanbeyan lifestyle company boyandgirlco, will be selling the mulled wine by the cup, with all the classic spices making it literally smell and taste like winter. Anita Kirkowa, Gabrielle Read More

Stopping By: A canine for Kaylee

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Rockne Roll/News-Register##Kaylee Williams, right, shows classmate Ashley Dickens her media alert bracelet during recess at Yamhill-Carlton Intermediate School. Kaylee was recently diagnosed with diabetes. Rockne Roll/News-Register##Kaylee and her classmates head to drama class. She keeps a small backpack with her at all times. It contains the sixth-grader’s blood glucose meter and other diabetic testing supplies, Read More

An end to euphemisms

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IT was bad timing for St Stanislaus College at Bathurst in February, when one of its most notorious teacher/priests, Brian Spillane, was sentenced for terrible sex crimes against students only days before the college marked its 150th anniversary. In a statement after the sentencing the college acknowledged it was “deeply sorry” for what Spillane’s victims experienced at the Vincentian school. “The abuse they experienced Read More

Knitting for the greater good

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KNITTING is coming out from the lounge rooms of nannas across the world for the annual World Knit in Public Day. Sandra Mitchell and Phyllis Fisher will brandish their knitting needles in public along with knitters from more than 56 other countries. Ms Mitchell started knitting more than 70 years ago at the age of four Read More

Ann Dabney

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Posted by admin on Jun 7, 2017 in Obituaries | 0 comments Ann Burks Dabney, 85, of Kingsland, died Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Little Rock. She was born October 15, 1931 in Cleveland County. She was a homemaker and a Methodist. She was a former member of Rockport Country Club Read More

2 judges sworn in

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   4月28日16点交易员正关注要闻      关于网传《江西省宜春市中级人民法院执行决定书》和《江西省宜春市中级人民法院执行      □本报评论员      西安市人民检察院指控:1994年至2015年,被告人白雪山先后利用担任银川市郊区人民政府副区长、区长、中共银川市郊区党委书记、中共贺兰县委书记、银川市人民政府副市长、代市长、市长、中共吴忠市委书记等职务上的便利,为相关单位和个人在土地手续办理、项目规划审批、工程承揽、职务调整等事项上提供帮助,非法收受相关人员给予的财物共计折合人民币3886.680806万元。依法应以受贿罪追究白雪山的刑事责任。      中国外交部发言人陆慷30日宣布:应芬兰共和国总统尼尼斯托、美利坚合众国总统特朗普邀请,国家主席习近平将于4月4日至6日对芬兰进行国事访问,并于4月6日至7日在美国佛罗里达州海湖庄园同特朗普总统举行会晤。      对于选择在“罗尔事件”刚刚淡出公众视野之时推出新书,罗尔表示,“我知道,海天出版社此时推出新书,是要冒风险的。罗尔已身败名裂,出书很可能会因为遭遇抵制而血本无归。海天行此险招,是对契约的遵守,更多的是对一个作者的鼓励和爱护。”         但裁决书下发至奉新县人民政府后,遭到政府方面的质疑。   title:’中共中央 国务院决定设立河北雄安新区’//,    Read More

Automotive Actuators Global Market 2017 Share, Trend, Segmentation and Forecast to 2021

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World Automotive Actuators Market Wiseguyreports.Com Adds Automotive Actuators Global Market Demand, Growth and analysis of Top Key Player Forecast to 2021 To Its Research Database PUNE, INDIA , June 7, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — World Automotive Actuators Market Executive Summary  Automotive Actuators market research report provides the newest industry data and industry future trends, allowing you Read More

Obituaries: David M. Reidy

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David M. Reidy, 64, of Bristol, passed on Monday, June 5, 2017 at Bristol Hospital. David was born in Syracuse, NY on August 18, 1952 a son of the late James Reidy, Jr. and late Jean (Coats) Reidy.  Previously, David had been in the hospitality industry and teaching field.  He graduated from St. Lawrence University Read More

St. Vincent de Paul Society luminary passes away

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Cheryl Mowan, longtime volunteer and parishioner at St. Therese Catholic Church, Fort Wayne, enjoys a moment outside the parish food pantry before serving clients in October of 2016. By Barb Sieminski If she had just lived another 12 days, Cheryl Mowan would have celebrated her 50th wedding anniversary with her husband, Mike. Instead, Mowan entered the Read More

50 of the best Cornwall restaurants that will make you want to eat…

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Tourism in Cornwall was once all about beaches, quaint harbour towns, mining history and pasties, but these days it’s also the pull of our exceptional restaurant trade. With gourmet tourism now a major factor in Cornwall and with the county’s abundance of produce from land and sea, our restaurant scene is the best it’s ever Read More