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No entry to Addiscombe Court Rd & Canning Rd from Addiscombe Rd from early 2018

Councillors at the Traffic Management Advisory Committee on 11 October unanimously voted to make Addiscombe Court Road and Canning Road no entry from Addiscombe Rd. This follows successful campaigns by Tunstall & Addiscombe Court Rd Residents Association and Canning & Clyde Residents Association. 26 more words

Paranoia Agent

What is it?

The 2004 Japanese animated (anime) television show Paranoia Agent by the director Satoshi Kon.

What is it about?

This is how… 505 more words


No Entry

The white sands of a beach.
With clear blue skies.
A reflection on the ocean.
No entry, private property.

Luxury homes on the hills.
Overlooking the blue ocean. 111 more words


Miss You Papa... Celina Jaitly

No Entry, Apna Sapna Money Money, Janasheen, Silsiilay, Tom Dick and Harry and Golmaal Returns actress Celina Jaitly recently lost her father.

Celina’s father was Vikram Kumar Jaitly, a Punjabi Indian Army Colonel from Punjab, India and an Afghan mother from Kabul. 164 more words


Cardiff recently saw the European Championship Final played in our Millennium Stadium – the biggest sporting event in the world this year in the smallest city ever to have hosted it.  165 more words

Bute Park

Monkey Says No

Doesn’t that charming fellow on the other side just tempt you to head on through?

Copyright Debbie Smyth, 5 May 2017

Posted as part of  Cee’s… 8 more words

Which Way?

TASC Releases Survey of Prosecutorial Diversion in Illinois, Offering Recommendations to Guide Expansion and Improvement

(Chicago) – A new survey of Illinois state’s attorneys illustrates the scope and variety of prosecutorial diversion initiatives operating in jurisdictions across the state.

The intent of such programs often is to redirect individuals away from the criminal justice system and into community-based services, thereby preventing the unnecessary costs and harmful consequences—to the justice system, to communities, and to individuals and families—of repeated arrests, convictions, and incarcerations. 807 more words

TASC Leaders