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Coventry Talking Newspaper

Coventry Talking Newspaper

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The talking newspaper for Coventry provide free audio content for the blind and visually impaired in Coventry and Warwickshire. Featuring news from local papers, information, council updates, what’s on and local sport. Our audio is also available from itunes, smart phone apps and from this web site. postbag@talkingnewspaper.org.uk
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Chester Talking Newspaper

Chester Talking Newspaper

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Local weekly news for visually impaired people living in Chester (England). Our weekly news cassettes and memory sticks are prepared and posted to local listeners on a Friday evening, with the online version being uploaded to our website shortly afterwards.
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Let there be Light - The American Israelite Newspaper Podcast is a weekly podcast that’s gives an overview and personal insight into articles of the week from The American Israelite newspaper, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Though published in Cincinnati, and the oldest English Speaking Jewish newspaper in the country, The American Israelite has for nearly 200 years devoted itself to not only local news, but regional, national and global articles of interest to any Jewish community. Podcast 1.0 is hos ...
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LawSikho occupies the leadership space in online legal education. We offer the most advanced legal courses you can find anywhere, helping you to acquire skills and knowledge you can bank on to bag the best legal jobs, crack difficult competitive exams, serve your own clients, build a law practice, or outperform others in internships. Maybe you are just looking to learn more about a cutting edge area of law practice, or aiming at an international legal career - LawSikho can help you all the way.
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The Talking Newspaper

Carlow County Council Library Service

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The Talking Newspaper is a collaboration between Carlow County Council Library Service, The Carlow Nationalist and Carlow Volunteer Centre. Selected articles from weekly editions of the newspaper are recorded by Senior Library Assistant Gearóid for the enjoyment and benefit of those with a visual impairment, reading difficulties and for everyone. Over time an archive of the recordings will provide a snapshot of life in Carlow and will be housed on the County Digital Archive platform.
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Branching Out is a weekly podcast expanding on the stories published in the Acorn Newspapers. Reporters and editors will discuss the impact of the stories they report and delve deeper into the issues affecting their communities.The Acorn Newspapers cover the communities of Calabasas, Agoura Hills, Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Simi Valley and Moorpark.
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Learn about a daring community of scholars, thriving even in hard times. From three kids that made their way into a complex website from the simplest Google doc. Three kids that work hard every day for your enjoyment. But not just three kids. Our dedicated workers are payed none but love their work in our website. No money is made. It is just the pure enjoyment that comes when we finish an article. We hope you enjoy our podcast! A new episode comes out about every other day, so keep watch! B ...
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HEADLINES: 1) Storytime with a firefighter at Sunderland library 2) Recent conditions delay Scugog burn ban 3) Ontario Premier calls for federal carbon tax to end 4) Kawartha Lakes receives $1.5 million for their work on housing 5) New pickleball and tennis courts coming to Fields of Uxbridge complex 6) Watch out "You've got to be kidding?" a colum…
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Scugog's Mayor discusses a number of topics at recent luncheon... Uxbridge explores options for town square project Kawartha Lakes puts a burn ban in place Ontario government unveils the 2024 provincial budget Are you listening? A column by Tina Y. Gerber-McCurley Who said that? “You got to be idding?” a column by Jonathan van Bilsen…
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Local news from Chester, including Darts night with Michael Van Gerwen and Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor, Prolific offender jailed again at Chester Crown Court, Woman finds ‘dead puma’ on side of Wrexham Road in Chester, Owner of dirty rat-infested shops put customers’ health at serious risk, England Goalkeeper gives signed gloves to Cheshire school’s ra…
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Local news from Chester, including Snow Leopards at New Chester Zoo Enclosure; Chester Grosvenor Hotel Awarded Large Hotel of the Year; Monopoly Chester Edition Set to Hit the Shops this Year; Chester Fire Crews Tackle Incident Near Cathedral; Food Firm Helping Chester Charity to Feed City Homeless; 80s Night Held at Chester Pub in Memory of Reside…
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HEADLINES: 1) Two local MPs react to Parks Canada’s decision to scrap bridge 2) Scugog Council for the Arts to benefit from a $153,000 grant 3) Durham Radio has deal in place to acquire CKLY in Lindsay 4) Watoto children’s choir launches new album 5) Getting older is an inevitable part of life A column by Tina Y. Gerber-McCurley 6) Four years later…
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Local news from Chester, including New creative for youths opens in Chester city centre; Heritage lottery funding for Gladstone's Library; Council secures £2m funding for electric vehicle chargers; 19-year-old from Ellesemere Port taken to court over Trainline ticket 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000006f93b8 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00…
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Women, because of gender are believed to experience some level of discrimination depending on what part of the world or country they are from. Some experience challenges around empowerment, education, and being allowed to live their dream. However when disability sets in it even makes it worse, so it is believed across the world that those women an…
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HEADLINES: 1) Jamil Jivani wins the Durham riding by-election 2) Uxbridge seeking input on age-friendly initiatives 3) Brock looks to Beaverton’s future with new Waterfront Plan 4) TLDSB tackles mental health in new strategy, plan 5) Actions speak louder than words A column by Tina Y. Gerber-McCurley 6) I could be a teenager "You've got to be kiddi…
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HEADLINES: 1) Scugog Township to hold operating budget open house 2) Springtide Music Festival coming back to Uxbridge in June 3) Kawartha Lakes invests in Lindsay cameras project 4) Westland Insurance providing community-based focused service... 5) Sunderland Arena expansion gets a budget boost 6) Informed "You've got to be kidding?" a column by J…
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HEADLINES: 1) Report shows historic decline in Uxbridge home building 2) Scugog fire officials flag dangerous local ice conditions 3) Revised timeline for Sunderland Arena expansion project 4) Kawartha Lakes Mayor to look at options for council to handle ... 5) Clutter: The stuff behind the stuff A column by Tina Y. Gerber-McCurley 6) A Great Reaso…
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HEADLINES: 1) Scugog takes a step towards allowing Sunday gun hunting 2) Autofest Nationals car show leaving Oshawa for Elgin Park this ... 3) Celebrate February With the Frost Fest in Bobcaygeon 4) Have your say at Brock’s budget open house on Monday, Febru... 5) Editorial: When purposes come together 6) Time to Head to the Polls "You've got to be…
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HEADLINES: 1) Scugog looks to the public for feedback on splash pad plan 2) Brock Fire Department calls increase slightly in 2023 3) Wooden Sticks hotel project making progress to start 2024 4) Seven new names to be inducted in the Kawartha Lakes Busin... 5) The true language of love 6) The price of fun "You've got to be kidding" a column by Jonath…
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