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4 Bright ideas fill young heads

TAKING CARE OF BIZ: Teamorangi Simeon (left), Stephen Curac, 17, and Alex Thorne, 17, of Whangarei Boys' High, with Whangarei Girls' High students Tahlia Rogers-Brown, 16, Kiel Boyd, 17.PHOTOS/MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM They're Northland's bright business ... New Zealand Herald, 4 days ago

Family tells of teen's king-hit hell

Jaiden's condition changed from critical to serious overnight at the intensive care unit at the Children's Hospital. His mother Karyn, who wished to keep their surname unpublished, fought back tears yesterday as she pleaded with the person ... week ago
DNA India

With Rs2,000 fine for hole on road, mandals start digging up footpaths in Mumbai

Devotees carry a Ganpati idol in Parel. The festival starts on August 29 Salman Ansari DNA City's Ganpati mandals have become smarter, but not in a good way. With the civic body levying heavy penalty on digging holes in roads to erect pandals ...
 DNA India1 week ago

Solar Sollew by Positive Footprints: design for multi-generational living

Solar Sollew by Positive Footprints is not a fantastical story the likes of a Dr. Seuss creation ; rather, it is a well-planned home in Victoria that caters for multi-generational living. When an elderly couple approached the firm with a brief ...
 Infolink1 month ago

Student's family in plea to killer

Press Association The family of a Saudi Arabian woman stabbed to death on a footpath have appealed to the person responsible to hand themselves in. English language student Nahid Almanea, 31, was knifed 16 times and left to die on the Salary ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 month ago Family appeals to daughter's killer to hand themselves in  ITV.com1 month ago

Authorities' apathy?

, a concerned citizen, highlights the civic woes in his neighbourhood It seems like the civic bodies do not care for the common man walking down the streets of Mumbai. The rains return and yet again, the footpath leading to the railway bridge ...
 DNA India1 month ago Engineers spell out Capital's civic woes  Pakistan Today2 days ago

Pedestrian-friendly footpaths sought in valley

KATHMANDU: The face of Kathmandu Valley has changed with the expansion of inner roads and ring roads. The road expansion programme has eased traffic congestion, but the footpaths have narrowed more creating problems for pedestrians. Talking about ...
 Himalayan Times1 month ago

Council to consider aged care centre plans

Plans for a major new aged care residential facility in the western suburbs of Ballarat will go before council this week. The plans outline a 144-bed facility on Smythes Road at Delacombe. The centre will be spread across four separate wings - ...
 ABC Online1 month ago
Manila Standard Today

There s always time for a microadventure

It's something that most of us probably sometimes do but don't really care to put a label on because we see it as quite insignificant and unworthy of a big fuss. But National Geographic Adventurer of the Year 2012 Alastair Humphreys, credited for ...
 Manila Standard Today5 days ago

FERROVIAL : Firm's staff take day out to help care for cats and dogs

AMEY staff have spent a day at Gables Farm Dogs' and Cats' Home to help look after the many unwanted, abandoned and stray cats and dogs. Plymothians will recognise the Amey staff as those who maintain the roads and footpaths of the city; they are ...
 4 Traders2 weeks ago
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