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Bokosso was the first village that “saw the light” about 1 1/2 year ago.

Upon my last visit to Bokosso (a week ago) I learned about the creation of more than thirty new jobs since the day the electricity was switched on. 153 more words



Going to the villages takes its toll on the cars. The roads are more than just bumpy; sometimes more like riverbeds. Constant repair and maintenance is the rule rather than the exception. 120 more words


Big Gigantic - House of Blues - The Little Things Live

Last night at House of Blues, Big G reminded me why they’re such a great live show. I’d seen them so many times the past 3 years that I kind of got burnt out on them – especially since they hadn’t had new material to pull from for their shows. 106 more words


Open Letter by RISE

Letter to the Australian Public – Re:Proposed legislation to ban refugees and asylum seekers who come on boats from entering Australia – 31/10/2016

On behalf of our members and governing staff from over 30 of the refugee and ex-detainee communities in Australia, RISE urges the Australian public to say NO to the Turnbull government’s plan to introduce legislation to ban asylum seekers who arrive by boat from ever being allowed into Australia. 419 more words


The Budget that will build a brighter future for Bexley

Bexley’s Conservative Councillors have published budget proposals for 2017 onwards which build on the successes of the last decade, and ensure Bexley residents will continue to benefit from first class services. 230 more words

Join the team fighting for your future

With 150 new members joining in the last three months alone, Bexley’s Conservative Councillors are ready to welcome even more members, following the decision of the Labour Party to focus on fighting each other, instead of fighting for Bexley residents. 132 more words

Story of Hope, Faith, Determination & Success !

Chubby cheeks, mole on chin; Sparkling eyes, dreams within,
Short hair, confident glare; Smile so true, bubbly too,
Savita Verma, Is that you?  “Yes, Yes, Yes.” 551 more words