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BBC News - My Day: Pakistani station master

Wednesday, 23 April 2014. Shaukat Mehmood Hashmi works as the station master in an isolated part of north-western Pakistan. He says they get by with ancient technology – and hope for a bright future as a tourist attraction. 1,016 more words

News

Public Transport on the Peninsula

With the Otago Regional Council looking at transferring the management of the bus service to the Dunedin City Council. . While no timeframe has been given for the proposed transfer of management its probably a good time for Otago Peninsula residents to consider their use of the current service and what their needs are.  67 more words

Otago Peninsula

Dubai Metro Museums: art on the go

This is an arty initiative set to coincide with Art Dubai 2015 –  a project that will make Dubai a truly creative city and hub for artists. 248 more words

CULTURE

We're On An Uncomfortable Bus To Nowhere

On First’s Proposed Service Changes in North Staffs

I read in The Sentinel recently that First are proposing numerous changes to their Potteries network. As I read through the list, my interest turned to disappointment. 459 more words

Current Affairs

A day in the life of a Kangaroo Ticket

What can you get for £4.20? Yesterday Clare, one of our Smarter Travel Officers, put the humble Kangaroo ticket to the test. An all operator, all transport modes ticket that can be used as many times as you like? 274 more words

Please Don't Soldier On

I had to catch public transport in peak hour today. There’s no horror stories about people refusing to give up seats and the like, however, there was more than a few red-nosed sniffing types, otherwise known as (by cold and flu remedy companies) soldier-on-er-ers”. 499 more words

Breast Cancer

Published in Warrandyte Diary

By MICHELLE PINI

LUTHER College staff and parents of students believe the safety of children travelling by bus from Warrandyte to the College is at risk. 749 more words

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