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Ethiopia has one of the least powerful passports in the world

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Ethiopian Passport nazret.com – When it comes to the privilege of travelling around the world with out visa requirements, not all passports are created equal. Ethiopian passport offers limited mobility for travel with out requiring visas than say Singapore, which is now ranked as having the most powerful passport in the world. According to the Passport Read More

A New President — At Least at London Terrace

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L to R: Incoming LTTA president Inge Ivchenko, outgoing pres. and Proclamation recipient Andy Humm, and Senator Brad Hoylman. Photo courtesy Office of Sen. Hoylman. BY LEVAR ALONZO | A peaceful transition of power and an acknowledgement of past service distinguished the annual meeting of the London Terrace Tenants Association (LTTA), held Monday night at the Read More

A New President — At Least at London Terrace

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L to R: Incoming LTTA president Inge Ivchenko, outgoing pres. and Proclamation recipient Andy Humm, and Senator Brad Hoylman. Photo courtesy Office of Sen. Hoylman. BY LEVAR ALONZO | A peaceful transition of power and an acknowledgement of past service distinguished the annual meeting of the London Terrace Tenants Association (LTTA), held Monday night at the Read More

Caribbean Day of Giving raises over US$40K to benefit Caribbean hurricane victims

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NEW YORK – The recently held ‘Caribbean Day of Giving’ #CaribbeanDayofGiving mediathon on Saturday, October 7th, to assist Caribbean countries hit by recent hurricanes was deemed a successful venture with widespread collaboration from the Caribbean Diaspora media fraternity. The organizers of the Day of Giving reported that the event raised over US$40,000 in cash as Read More

Caribbean Day of Giving raises over US$40K to benefit Caribbean hurricane victims

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NEW YORK – The recently held ‘Caribbean Day of Giving’ #CaribbeanDayofGiving mediathon on Saturday, October 7th, to assist Caribbean countries hit by recent hurricanes was deemed a successful venture with widespread collaboration from the Caribbean Diaspora media fraternity. The organizers of the Day of Giving reported that the event raised over US$40,000 in cash as Read More

Irma (Redig) Brayer

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Irma Mary (Redig) Brayer died October 24, 2017 at Artisan Care Center in De Forest, WI. Ryan Funeral Home, De Forest, WI is entrusted with arrangements.  Visitation will be on Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 12 noon to 1 pm at St Albert the Great Catholic Church, 2420 St. Albert Drive, Sun Prairie, WI. Mass Read More

7-Inches For Planned Parenthood Announces Digital and Physical Release Date

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Thu, 19 Oct 2017 10:51:15 A release date has been set for the fundraising EP collection 7-inches for Planned Parenthood. The digital format will be available for download on Friday, October 20th, while the physical version ships on November 17th. With the announcement comes the release of Sleater-Kinney’s contribution to the project, an unreleased song Read More

Columbia Gorge Gleaning Project combats hunger

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Photo by Kirby Neumann-ReaHow ‘bout those apples? Food that might fall to the ground or otherwise go to waste can be made available to Columbia Gorge Gleaning Project. The Columbia Gorge Gleaning Project, run by Gorge Grown Food Network, began in 2015 at a Ford Family Leadership Training Program in Hood River. Since its inception, Read More

Across the generational divide in politics

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Thursday, 26 October 2017, 12:13 pmArticle: Gordon Campbell Across the generational divide in politics Most of the criticism of the Ardern government has come from market dinosaursby Gordon CampbellFirst Published on Werewolf For some people, words like ‘tax’ and ‘regulation’ and ‘government intervention’ are fighting talk. That’s a reflection of the generational divide that exists Read More

Editorial — Consider the homeless

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Glenn Rutherford Halloween is lurking just around the corner and in the rush of another wave of falling leaves, we’ll all be thinking about baking turkeys and gathering friends and families for Thanksgiving. Despite the seeming rapidity of time’s flight, another year has nearly run its course, though our minds say it was just days Read More