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Job fair at Algonquin College in Pembroke on Wednesday

Job fair at Algonquin College in Pembroke on Wednesday | 96.1 Renfrew Today […]

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New law homeowners’ associations from banning EV chargers

Homeowners associations in New York will not be able to prevent the installation of electric vehicle charging stations on private property under a law approved Tuesday by Gov. Kathy Hochul.  The measure is meant to make it easier for homeowners to install the charging statiosn as New York seeks to transition to more renewable forms […]

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Perth residents forced to use bottled water for drinking, cooking and cleaning due to toxic contamination

Toxic chemicals have seeped into the water supply of a suburb in Perth’s south, forcing residents to rely on bottled water for drinking, cooking and cleaning. People living in parts of Jandakot have been told PFAS, a carcinogenic chemical used by firefighters, has contaminated their groundwater. They have been told it is too dangerous to […]

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Washington Nationals, BetMGM help needy in DC area

WASHINGTON – The Washington Nationals and BetMGM are partnering to help those in need around the D.C. region with free Thanksgiving meals. More than 800 turkeys are expected to be given out during this year’s Turkeypalooza that began Monday at Nationals Park. Officials say they will provide families with a turkey as well as a […]

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Goomalling bushfire: Emergency warning issued, DFES tells residents to evacuate homes

UPDATE: The emergency warning has been downgraded to a watch and act alert. A bushfire emergency warning has been issued for parts of the Goomalling shire, with authorities declaring lives and properties are at risk. People living on properties south of the Goomalling townsite, about 130 kilometres north-east of Perth, are being urged to evacuate […]

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Victorian man’s anti-Andrews ‘DANOUT’ number plates deemed ‘offensive’ by VicRoads

A Victorian man is taking on the state government over his right to have personalised registration plates that read, “DANOUT”. Peter Dunlevie has adorned his 2003 Commodore with the politically-pointed plates since receiving them from VicRoads in September, ahead of the state election. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Man’s bid to keep ‘DANOUT’ license plates. Watch […]

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SA government commits more than $50m in flood relief as river towns brace for peak | ABC News – ABC News (Australia)

SA government commits more than $50m in flood relief as river towns brace for peak | ABC News  ABC News (Australia) $51.6 million in flood support announced as South Australia braces for crisis  9News Murray River floods may not recede until 2023, sparking concern for residents  ABC News View Full coverage on Google News

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Oath Keepers founder trial in Jan. 6. riot goes to jury – WFAA

Oath Keepers founder trial in Jan. 6. riot goes to jury  WFAA From Yale Law to Oath Keepers: Stewart Rhodes’s Unlikely Journey  The New York Times Defendants attack U.S. ‘manipulation’ of evidence in Oath Keepers trial  The Washington Post Oath Keepers trial: US Capitol riot case goes to jury  BBC View Full Coverage on Google News

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Alabama Puts a Pause on Executions – WHNT News 19

Alabama Puts a Pause on Executions  WHNT News 19 Alabama temporarily pauses executions after failed lethal injections  USA TODAY Alabama governor asks to pause executions and review system after recent lethal injections halted  CNN ‘Good first step’: Alabama groups praise execution moratorium, call for independent review of agency  WHNT News 19 View Full Coverage on Google News

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