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Earl Marriott's Michael Smith brings wide focus, huge heart and a ton of try to M's rugby roster

SURREY — This past March, in the Canadian Under-18 rugby 7s championship final at B.C. Place Stadium, Michael Smith found himself with the opportunity to create a signature moment. 883 more words

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Full Local Election Results

All the results from the Ramsey/Warboys area

Average Turnout

Ballot paper account turnout : 22%

County Turnout : 27%

District Turnout   : 25%

Parish Turnout     : 24% 124 more words

Ramsey And Warboys Reporter

Missing your poll card?

Huntingdon District Council have been forced to re-issue thousands of polling cards after losing the originals in the post.

Sources have confirmed that the office of the Returning Officer for the area has re-posted 2000 polling cards, destined for western areas of Ramsey, Bury and Upwood. 211 more words

Ramsey And Warboys Reporter

Choosing the Police and Crime Commissioner

This week, voters in Cambridgeshire will go to the polls to choose their next Police and Crime Commissioner. With low turnouts expected to be boosted by the district and parish council elections, towns in Huntingdonshire will be key battlegrounds, and yet there has been little coverage of the candidates themselves. 331 more words

Ramsey And Warboys Reporter

Review: The Thing Itself, by Adam Roberts

Adam Roberts’s latest novel The Thing Itself begins with a reimagining of John Carpenter’s cult 1982 film The Thing, which was itself an adaptation of John W. 956 more words

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Warboys wishes Queen Elizabeth Happy Birthday

Yesterday (April 21), Warboys came together to celebrate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday.

Alongside a formal service in Adam Lyons Park, there were cakes and refreshments available in the St Mary Magdalene Parish Church, where the work of local schoolchildren was displayed. 31 more words

Ramsey And Warboys Reporter

SF of 2015: The Thing Itself (2015) by Adam Roberts

I seem to have a knack for complementary book serendipity, so naturally I would commit to reading Philip K. Dick’s snaky and reality-dissecting output, including his delusional 

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