Saturday, 25 April 2015

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  • Big changes ahead for Cadillac City Park, Rotary Pavilion

    21:56 | 25/4/15
    Cadillac News (subscription)
    Big changes are in store for the Cadillac City Park over the next several years, along with plans to spend large amounts of money to implement those changes. more»
  • Superfan legally changes name to Saints legend Matt Le Tissier

    21:23 | 25/4/15
    Daily Echo
    A SAINTS fan has taken his love of the club to new levels by changing his name in tribute to one of the club's biggest legends. more»
  • Risk and worry await S. Korea work to lift doomed ferry

    21:22 | 25/4/15
    Song Byeong Seon, an executive at the South Korean salvage firm Pacific Ocean Marine Industries Co., said the changing tidal currents would also give divers only a limited time to drill the 93 holes. "There's going to be a process of trial and error ... more»
  • Latest Lord Ashcroft poll predicts Ukip win on May 7

    21:16 | 25/4/15
    Thurrock Gazette
    A POLL by Tory peer Lord Ashcroft shows Ukip winning in Thurrock at next month's General Election. The research predicts candidate Tim Aker will win 35 percent of the vote, with Labour's Polly Billington on 31 percent and Tory Jackie Doyle-Price on 30. more»
  • Matthew Klesel: Question Time

    21:11 | 25/4/15
    Braintree and Witham Times
    What do think about the current Government-set house building targets in Braintree? If you don't agree ... What do you think is the biggest challenge Braintree will face over the next five years (house building aside)? ... Green Day - International ... more»
  • Ace teams clinch tennis trophies

    21:00 | 25/4/15
    Salisbury Journal
    TENNIS pairs from Riverside and Salisbury smashed their way to silverware in the 30th Sarum League Mixed Tournament. Riverside's Nick Stamp and Carolyn Barry produced a solid 6-2 semi-final win over reigning champions Richard Hamshaw and Diane ... more»
  • Global craving for ancient Ethiopian grain offers opportunities, pitfalls

    21:00 | 25/4/15
    Al Jazeera America
    This pancake-shaped pale spongy bread is a centuries-old Ethiopian staple made from teff, an indigenous tiny grain now making a global name for itself as a health food. Outside Ethiopian diaspora communities - and Ethiopian restaurants - teff ... more»
  • Chamber Music

    21:00 | 25/4/15
    Washington Free Beacon
    William and Robert Chambers, sons of a hand weaver driven out of business by the power loom, became prosperous publishers, churning out Scott-related minutiae, antiquarian and bibliographical works, travel guides, primers, anthologies, collections of ... more»
  • Colt Group SA Earns "Underweight" Rating from JPMorgan Chase & Co. (COLT)

    20:37 | 25/4/15
    JPMorgan Chase & Co. reaffirmed their underweight rating on shares of Colt Group SA (LON:COLT) in a report released on Thursday. more»
  • The Indian rupee continued to decline against the dollar: Forex

    20:37 | 25/4/15
    Deccan Chronicle
    Mumbai: The Indian rupee continued to decline against the American currency for the second straight week to a more than three months low to end at 63.56 per dollar on sustained dollar demand from banks and importers amid weak local equity markets. more»
  • Needs $167M boost in rates, Entergy says

    20:26 | 25/4/15
    Arkansas Online
    Part of that process is at the direction of Entergy's regional transmission operator, Midcontinent Independent System Operator. more»
  • Pound Sterling to Euro (GBP/EUR) Exchange Rate Forecast: Will the General ...

    20:26 | 25/4/15
    Euro Exchange Rate News
    grexit-1 At the close of last week, the Pound Sterling to Euro (GBP/EUR) exchange rate advanced by around 0.40%. Although generally weaker, amid political uncertainty as we draw ever closer to the general election, the Pound strengthened last Friday. more»
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