Auckland Anniversary and Waitangi Day Waste and Recycling Changes

Curbside rubbish and recycling will be collected one day later than usual following the Auckland Birthday and Waitangi Day public holidays. This means that if your trash or recycling collection usually falls on Monday, it will be collected on Tuesday. If it is usually collected on Tuesday, it will be …

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Union County Awards 66 “HEART” Grants Bringing the Arts to the Community – Union County, New Jersey

The annual Union County HEART Grant Program funds programs that connect artists to their community (photo credit: Jo Hayes via Institute of Music for Children). The annual program provides funding for workshops, performances, festivals, exhibitions and more. Union County, NJ – The Union County Board of Commissioners announces that 66 …

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No Huddle Podcast: 49ers Return to NFC Championship Game

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports The San Francisco 49ers participate in the NFC Championship Game. Al and Zain discuss the way to get here and the upcoming rematch with the Los Angeles Rams. More: 49ers winning with old school football Special Teams Redemption Dominant Defense No more slander from Arik Armstead …

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Reuben and the Dark will headline Block Heater 7.0 in Calgary

The seventh annual Calgary Folk Music Festival, Block Heater, presented by ATB, takes place next month with some big names in music in reduced settings. Due to the ongoing pandemic, this year’s event, dubbed Block Heater 7.0, is scheduled for February 17-20, with a digital Black History Month panel from …

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How Belfast’s Linen Hall Library got its Robert Burns collection for a song

Andrew Gibson’s extensive collection of works by Robert Burns still resides in the Linen Hall Library in Belfast Thanks to Andrew Gibson, a scholarly businessman and bibliophile with a passion for the poetry of Robert Burns, Thomas Moore and Allan Ramsay, the Linen Hall Library in Belfast has in the …

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Professor Michael Baker on the impact of Omicron on health in the community

New Zealand wakes up this morning to tighter Covid-19 restrictions after a family in the Nelson-Tasman region was confirmed to have the Omicron variant. Ten people have now tested positive in the family’s household, as has one flight who worked on a flight they were on between Auckland and Nelson. …

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IN Focus podcast: Panelists discuss President Biden’s first year, last at Statehouse

Job : January 23, 2022 / 9:36 a.m. EST / Update: January 23, 2022 / 9:36 a.m. EST INDIANAPOLIS — What are Indiana political insiders saying about President Biden’s first year in office? What are their thoughts on several controversial bills at the Statehouse? In the video above, panelists Dr …

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Victoria’s four-week back-to-school COVID plan includes free RATs, masks and replacement teachers. This is what it will look like

The Government of Victoria is committed to having all of its schools resume face-to-face learning for the first day of term one. Concerned that the Omicron variant could have a serious impact on student enrollment and health at the start of the school term, the Andrews government unveiled a four-week …

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Charity guild projects support the community

Members were able to continue to be virtual mentors and tutors for victims of sexual exploitation through Wellspring Living which has a location in Johns Creek. And although a pro-am tennis event raised funds in August, COVID caused the cancellation of the big fundraising gala. But despite this setback, Matt …

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Lucknow man summoned over Clubhouse group which targeted Muslim women, joins probe today: Delhi Police

Delhi Police Cyber ​​Cell has summoned an 18-year-old man from Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, to join the investigation after it was discovered he allegedly started a group on the Clubhouse app, where several users reportedly made disparaging remarks against Muslim women. On Saturday, Delhi police said they identified the user ID …

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