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Plan of the first bus information kiosk for Weymouth seafront

A NEW information kiosk on Weymouth seafront is planned to help bus users this summer. The 6 square meter building would be open from 9am to 5pm all week and weekends for First Bus – located between two existing bus shelters on the beach side of the Esplanade. An officer’s …

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News and Information – Take 10: A haven in town for the rangatahi

Take 10 is a place to take a break pubs and clubs. Clint Schoultz, President of VSCT, says It was established for provide a “a safe space for young people whenthere are in the city”. Supported by Wellington City Council, Yourke ten between 800–5500 people pass and use one or …

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A new information panel explains the history of the tree

The life and story of historic Newtown Black Poplar is now available for all to read on a new interpretive board below. The tree, along the river bank in the Shortbridge Street car park, was a finalist in Wales’ Tree of the Year 2019. It may be the only tree …

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Glastonbury Council decides to preserve ‘New England Town’ with Village District

December 8 – GLASTONBURY – The culmination of a historic preservation effort that has lasted most of the year, city council on Tuesday passed zoning bylaws for the “village quarter” in an effort to preserve and even restore part of the downtown character as a “New England Town” neighborhood. “It’s …

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Glastonbury City Council Takes Action to Preserve ‘New England Town’ with Village District | Newsletters

GLASTONBURY – Culminating a historic preservation effort that spanned most of the year, city council on Tuesday passed “village district” zoning bylaws in a bid to preserve and even restore some of the character of the center -City as a “New England Town.” “It’s a new start,” said board chairman …

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Turkish dam project would wipe out ancient city

The recently released images of the ancient city of Hasankeyf are nothing short of shocking. In scenes and sounds reminiscent of the destruction of Palmyra by the Islamic State and the Taliban blowing up the Bamiyan Buddhas, stones rained in some areas following the sound of the blasts, rocking the …

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