50 years of Norville to celebrate – Bundaberg Now

50 YEARS OLD: Stacey Ford, Trevor Green, Robert Long, Laura Coates, Penelope Lester, Helen Lester, Angela Baxter and Wendy Smith at Norville State School in the early years. Norville State School students, teachers, and families past and present will come together later this month to celebrate 50 years of opening the facility. A golden jubilee will take place on Saturday, ...

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New CIIE star: Himalayan salt lamp attracts attention

Pakistan Himalayan Salt Lamp is beautiful and unique, which combines nature and art well. It’s beautiful, it’s practical, it purifies the air, and we’ve rarely seen anything like it before, Ms. Zhang, a Chinese visitor to CIIE, told Gwadar Pro. From November 5 to 10, the 4th China International Import Expo (CIIE) will be held in Shanghai. On this occasion, ...

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Millennium Partners, LP UK Regulatory Notice: Form 8.3 – Avast plc

LONDON–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – FORM 8.3 PUBLIC OPENING POSITION DISCLOSURE / TRANSACTION DISCLOSURE BY A PERSON HAVING INTERESTS IN RELEVANT SECURITIES REPRESENTING 1% OR MORE Rule 8.3 of the OPA Code (the “Code”) 1. KEY INFORMATION (a) Full name of the discloser: Millenium International Management LP (b) Owner or controller of the disclosed interests and short positions, if different from 1 ...

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10 strongest love interests in Marvel, ranked

Marvel heroes are humans (and sometimes aliens) and they need to be loved. In fiction, action stories like those in comics and romance go hand in hand. While Golden Age Marvel was light on romance, Silver Age Marvel copied how its distinguished competition went with romantic relationships, but they put the old Marvel twist on, as many characters’ love interests ...

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Popular retirement destinations are located in warmer climates

John shewchuk According to North American Van Lines, and with the exception of a few migrations to Idaho, the American population is moving to the southern states. A sure sign of climate change. Additionally, according to the original “raw” NOAA climate data, the maximum summer temperatures (TMAX) are getting colder (see image below). No wonder the most popular retirement destinations ...

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Desert Edge takes victory in Goodyear’s rivalry with Millennium

The calendar has turned and Desert Edge reaffirmed its commitment to “November football” in its home win over rival Millennium. The Scorpions’ 21-7 victory on November 5 featured its offensive line opening holes for stable junior full-back Christopher Cordero, the ball-control passing game led by senior quarterback Adryan Lara’s connection to the juniors Gavin Parks and opportunistic special teams. More ...

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Bail reform: snake oil sold to lawmakers

The modern era of bail reform really gained momentum in 2015. Since then, bailout reform activists have crisscrossed the country to denounce the use of monetary conditions of release. According to them, the solution is to remove the monetary condition of release and instead use an algorithm to decide on release. No one bothered to investigate the prison data to ...

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Abigail Lapell in concert at Utopia Hall next weekend

Tickets for the November 13 show are $ 35 and include both the concert and a light dinner PRESS RELEASEUTOPIA ROOM*************************Acclaimed singer-songwriter Abigail Lapell will perform at Utopia Hall on Saturday, November 13. Tickets cost $ 35 per person and include both his concert plus a light, down-to-earth dinner to warm up the exciting, intimate and personal up-night. Recently selected ...

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The rise of luxury hotel cinemas

Last month, Netflix opened a new luxury movie theater in Los Angeles to screen its own productions. But as a company that brings movies and series to people’s homes, Netflix also knows that it’s not easy to pull people off the couch. But the luxury cinema experience is like no other: There are comfortable seats and glamorous amenities in the ...

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Towards the creation of a more equal world

Chennai: For a long time, archaeological evidence – from Egypt, Mesopotamia, China, Mesoamerica and elsewhere – seemed to confirm this. If you put enough people in one place, the evidence seemed to show, they would start to divide into social classes. You could see inequality emerging in the archaeological records with the appearance of temples and palaces, presided over by ...

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