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Cops urged to arrest Oukwanyama subjects disrespecting community court

Oukwanyama Traditional Authority CHAIRMAN Andrew Naikaku said the police should help traditional leaders arrest those who do not show up when summoned to the community court. Naikaku said that when a senior chief asks the police to help arrest the accused, he is told to write to a regional police …

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Playing in Rochdale: September 24

WATCH: Amy Vreeke appears in brand new one-woman show Contact Theater Presents: Glowing By Steve Cooke Contact Theater presents the realities of motherhood in Amy Vreeke’s all-new solo show – Glowing. Candid, fierce, funny and loud, Glowing is the new comedy theater show conceived and performed by renowned theater maker, …

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Australia’s Indigenous Island Community Shuts Down $3.6 Billion Gas Drill | Energy News

Australia’s second-largest independent gas producer, Santos Ltd, has argued that it has all the necessary approvals to start drilling. Australia’s Federal Court has ruled in favor of an Indigenous group’s challenge to a drilling permit for Santos Ltd’s Barossa gas development, in what the Santos company called a “disappointing” setback …

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RangeWater and Nippon Steel Kowa Real Estate Acquire 228-Unit Apartment Community in Prime Atlanta Neighborhood

The Dakota Range Water Real Estate “The Dakota is a great addition to our local communities portfolio,” said Josh Colter, Director of Acquisitions for RangeWater. “The Druid Hills neighborhood is especially popular with doctors, Emory staff and students, Center for Disease Control employees, and many Fortune 1,000 companies.” ATLANTA …

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Local News: The main community site for Minehead, Porlock, Dunster, Timberscombe, Simonsbath and surrounding areas (West Somerset & Exmoor)

Animanga’s popularity in the UK Published: September 19, 2022 10:07 Animanga is quite popular in Japan and its wave is spreading rapidly to other countries. The UK is a place that is rapidly embracing this form of entertainment. However, the term might sound a little …

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“Drifting Home”: A Story of Temporary Life and Eternal Community

When 33-year-old director Hiroyasu Ishida was offered the opportunity to produce his second feature film, the opportunity arose with complete freedom to create whatever he wanted. So, naturally, he chose a story about a group of school-aged children trapped in a floating apartment complex in the middle of the ocean. …

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Lumbung community rejects Documenta committee recommendations

Installation view of SUBVERSIVE FILM of the collective Tokyo Reels collection (2018- ) at documenta XV, Kassel, 2022. Photo by HG Masters for ArtAsiaPacific. Documenta fifteen participants and ruangrupa art directors, collectively known as the lumbung community, announcement on September 10 that they “categorically refused” to accept the preliminary conclusions …

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AEW Fight Forever Details: Roster, Community Creations, More

Fighting selection learned some details behind the upcoming AEW video game Fight Forever. As for the minigames, we’re told that was an All Elite Wrestling idea, and something they had been pushing. We’re told there were people involved who pushed the idea of ​​community creations on the game early on, …

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Young swimmers will meet the Commonwealth and Olympic champion

LEARN FROM A CHAMPION: Swimmer Duncan Scott will meet some of Orkney’s youngest swimmers in learn-to-swim sessions Orkney’s young swimmers will welcome six-time Olympic medalist and Commonwealth Champion Duncan Scott as he immerses himself in their swimming lessons. Duncan will be in the county to mark the success of the …

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BookTrib Bites: Intriguing Stories and a Better You | Herald Community Newspapers

This fourth thriller from Rake Ozenna will leave readers breathless. Rake faces dangerous choices and deadly consequences in this harrowing political thriller that takes you from the Finnish ice islands to the bustling streets of Tokyo to Russia and the White House. Rake’s mission is to gain access to the …

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Los Angeles City Council Honors Photographer Rafu for Chronicling JA Community

Rafu editor Mario Gershom Reyes and queen of the week Nisei Kristine Yada receive proclamations from council member Kevin de Leon on August 16. (GWEN MURANAKA/Rafu Shimpo) By GWEN MURANAKA, Rafu Editor-in-Chief “I’m not used to that. I’m usually behind the camera,” said Rafu photographer Mario Gershom Reyes, who has …

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The skating community across Australia is thriving and everyone

MELBOURNE, Australia, Aug. 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to Twelve Board Store, the leading skateboard retailer, after skateboarding made its debut at the Tokyo Olympics last year, interest in the sport skyrocketed . Once upon a time, skaters were considered misfits, but today the skating community is thriving and …

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…Promises community involvement at store launch

Meanwhile, the world’s largest sports shoe supplier Nike opened its Nigerian flagship store at the Ikeja City Mall in Lagos last week.The first Nike retail store was launched in the presence of media and sports personalities. The launch revealed that Nike had serious plans in Africa and particularly in Nigeria.The …

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After years of community efforts, will Anaheim officially put Little Arabia on the map?

Start your day with LAist Sign up for How To LA, delivered weekday mornings. On a hot recent afternoon, lunch patrons enjoyed the shaded patio of a Lebanese restaurant on Brookhurst Street in Anaheim, as staff brought out plate after plate of dishes like shawarma and lahm bi ajeen, meat …

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Vic Mensa launches 93 Boyz to reinvest in his community

Vic Mensa is shaking things up with his new initiative called 93 Boyz, which is the first black-owned cannabis company in Illinois. Core to the company’s mission is to reinvest in communities and individuals who have been historically and disproportionately impacted by outdated laws and biases regarding cannabis use, while …

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Over 16,000 Birmingham 2022 gear donated to community groups

You viewed more than 50 articles in the last 12 months. Keep Olympic News Free Support insidethegames.biz for just £10 For nearly 15 years now, insidethegames.biz has been at the forefront of fearless reporting on what’s happening in the Olympic Movement. As the first website not to be placed behind …

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Higgins pays tribute to WWII vet Bob Ramos as community celebrates 101st birthday

Shown is a collection of medals earned by US Navy Firefighter First Class Bob Ramos. (Photos courtesy of Office of Congressman Brian Higgins) Tue August 16, 2022 2:10 p.m. Ramos witnessed the aftermath of Hiroshima and Nagasaki while serving in the US Navy 78 years ago Congressman Brian Higgins honored …

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The design community reflects on the legacy of Issey Miyake

It’s an almost impossible feat to talk about the work of Issey Miyake without using the word architectural. The famed Japanese fashion designer, who died on August 5 at the age of 84, practically sculpted fabric, creating puffy origami-like silhouettes that embodied the experimental as much as they evoked ease. …

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Documenting the Diaspora: Kim Hak Shoots at the Khmer-Japanese Community

Artworks that tell stories few have heard about the life of Cambodian refugees in Japan will be on display at “ALIVE IV” in Tokyo and Yokohama, Japan in August and September. Kim Hak, a photographic artist, took photos of refugee camp musical tapes and passports from over 40 years ago …

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Little Tokyo: A community with declining traditions

Up a narrow staircase, hidden above the bustle of the streets of Little Tokyo, lies a largely unexplored corner of this popular Los Angeles tourist district. This is where Dane Ishibashi, surrounded by shelves filled with books of Japanese literature, exhibits the treasures of his heritage. Sitting at a small …

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Personality: Vanessa Evans | Richmond Free Press

Sorority life is a pride for Vanessa Evans. The North Chesterfield resident joined Delta Sigma Theta Sorority in 1986 while enrolled at North Carolina Central University. Having no previous experience with sororities, she was “hypnotized” by the group’s active role on campus and in the community at large, which prompted …

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Pakistan urges the UNSC and the international community to support its words for justice in the IYOJK

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and the international community should back their words with concrete actions in the name of justice and human dignity in the illegally occupied Indian Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK). This was stated by the Chargé d’Affaires of the Pakistani Embassy in Tokyo, Ms. Ismat Hassan …

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Community Open Day and Night announced for opening of Sydney’s new Allianz Stadium

62288 With the last piece of grass now laid and the final seats in place, the NSW Government has announced that tickets are now available for a free community open day and night on Sunday August 28 at the new Allianz Stadium in Sydney, headlining Australian music stars Guy Sebastian …

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Dew Tour Strengthens Iowa’s Skateboarding Community

DES MOINES, IOWA — Kids often look up to sports personalities as idols, icons and their heroes. And the same goes for professional skateboarders The Dew Tour just wrapped up its second year in a row at the Lauridsen Skatepark downtown and it’s helping subway kids develop their love for …

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Loughborough residents welcome Paralympians to Queen’s Baton Relay

QUEEN’S BATON RELAY: The Queen’s Baton Relay enters Loughborough (Image: Charnwood Borough Council) Submitted by Charnwood Borough Council Loughborough residents enjoyed an afternoon of fun activities this month as the Queen’s Baton Relay toured the borough. On Monday, July 11, Charnwood Borough Council staged live performances as three baton carriers …

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Jins Park Community Building, Maebashi Japan

Jins Park Community Building, Maebashi, Japan, Community Center, Commercial Building, New Japanese Architecture Images July 26, 2022 Design: Yuko Nagayama and Associates Location: Kozakai District in Toyokawa, Aichi, Japan photo © Tomoyuki Kusunose Photos by Daici Ano and Tomoyuki Kusunose Jins Park Community Building, Japan Creating new community value in …

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‘A better life.’ How a Facebook Community is Helping Thousands Flee California for Other States | app

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Hundreds of thousands of residents have fled California for other states during the pandemic and it appears most of them have found a virtual home on one of the Terry Gilliam’s Facebook Page. His groups – Leaving California and Life After California – have nearly 240,000 members …

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Orléans Tax Rolls Open, Dog Shows and Other Metro Area Community News | Crescent City Community News

Be sure to check official websites, Facebook pages or phone numbers to ensure scheduled events are still taking place. COMMUNITY EVENTS TAX RATE OF THE PARISHES OF ORLÉANS: The 2023 tax assessment rolls for landowners in the Parish of Orleans are open for public inspection until August 15. To schedule …

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Romanians could establish their first monastic community in Japan

The Romanian parish priest of Tokyo shared a thought of the Romanian Orthodox community in Japan regarding the “St. Andrew’s” International Orthodox Center in Kitakaruizawa: “Perhaps, if it were God’s will, this center would become the seat of a small monastic community, the first in Japan”, said Father Daniel Corîu. …

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Community roundup: GP graduate Markovc set to race at world championships

Amy-Eloise (Neale) Markovc is once again competing on the biggest athletics stage in the world. The Glacier Peak High School distance running legend, who represented Britain at last year’s Summer Olympics, is set to run for her home country again when she competes in the women’s 5,000 meters at the …

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Stoiximan AegeanBall Festival 2022: a great tournament for Syros and the community

ATHENS – The Stoiximan AegeanBall Festival team guided its guests to the secret and most authentic places of the island of Syros, giving them the opportunity to discover the beauty of its landscapes, the flavors of its rich gastronomy, the culture as well as the kindness and hospitality of the …

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Canada manages its defensive attitudes well at the Concacaf Women’s Championship

Breadcrumb Links Soccer Canada were perfect at the Concacaf W Championship throughout the group stage, winning all three games, scoring nine goals and conceding none Jessie Fleming of Canada in action with Deysire Salazar of Panama at the Concacaf W Championship at Estadio Universitario on July 8, 2022. Photo by …

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MRF-D and the Northern Territory > US Indo-Pacific Command > 2015

DARWIN, Australia — Marine Rotational Force-Darwin (MRF-D) has inhabited the Northern Territory for over a decade now. MRF-D 22 strives to build on strong local community foundations from past rotations. “I’ve been on a few deployments and visited a few countries, and I can say with confidence that …

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Screamfeeder to headline Brisbane edition of Reclink Community Cup 2022

Organizers of the Reclink Community Cup – an annual AFL game held to raise money for its titular non-profit organization – have announced the roster of artists for this year’s Brisbane edition, headlined by displays alternative rockers Screamfeeder. This year’s match will be played on Sunday July 31 and will …

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Fault Lines by Emily Itami – Mendocino Lighthouse

Emily Itami’s “Fault Lines” is the story of Mizuki whose marriage to Tatsuya is a thin veneer of day-to-day problems. She wants him to help her with the laundry (does a man do that?) and it makes her want to jump off the balcony of their thirty-second floor apartment. She …

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Campbell calls on the ‘incredibly marginalized’ transgender community to have a say in the future of swimming

World Athletics chairman Sebastian Coe has said the world swimming governing body is acting in its “best interests” by launching measures that will see transgender women banned from competing against elite female competitors. FINA [Federation Internationale de Natation] announced on Sunday that it would ban all transgender women who have …

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FIH Women’s World Cup: ‘We expect the Indian community to show up at our games,’ says captain Savita Punia

Women’s national hockey team captain Savita Punia expects the large Indian community in the Netherlands to come to the venue and cheer on the team during their World Cup matches. India will open their campaign against England in the Pool B match here on Sunday, a year after losing to …

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Expect the Netherlands Indians to show up for our World Cup of Hockey matches: Savita Punia

Women’s national hockey team captain Savita Punia expects the large Indian community in the Netherlands to come to the venue and cheer on the team during their World Cup matches. India will open their campaign against England in the Pool B match here on Sunday, a year after losing to …

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Protecting biodiversity starts in the community

Amid shaky global negotiations on biodiversity protection that have been stalled by the Covid-19 pandemic, a researcher who has studied the impact of humans on nature around the world argues there is hope to be found in local initiatives. This content was published on June 29, 2022 – 09:00 29 …

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Movie review: Slash/Back imagines aliens in Nunavut

Breadcrumb Links Movies Culture The tiny hamlet of Pangnirtung welcomes an alien invasion under the midnight sun Left to right, Tasiana Shirley and Alexis Wolfe in Slash/Back. Photo by Mongrel Media Content of the article A few years ago, the Big Think website published a map showing early alien contact …

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Cornwall youth experience a unique Labbé training

Content of the article Excitement was in the air when Canadian gold medalist goaltender Stéphanie Labbé mentored local youth during a soccer workshop at the Benson Center on Tuesday evening. Content of the article Labbé taught a group of children aged 8 to 12 agility and footwork drills before participating …

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SEE Announces Upcoming Event with Asia-Pacific Financial Community

Tokyo, Japan CHARLOTTE, NC, June 21, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SEE (Sealed Air NYSE: SEE) will be participating in the following event. Ted Doheny, President and CEO, and members of his executive team will discuss SEE’s strategy to become a world-class digital company automating sustainable packaging solutions as it focuses on accelerating growth …

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Japan’s Largest Bitcoin Lightning Community Partners with Tokyo’s Largest Real Estate Company

Diamond Hands, Japan’s largest Lightning Network community, is partnering with a major Tokyo real estate company on a joint research project for further adoption. Japan’s largest Lightning community, Diamond Hands, is teaming up with one of the largest real estate companies, Open House Group, in Tokyo for a joint research …

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The karate community mourns the death of karate master Con Kassis

Messages of condolence and sympathy poured in from around the world following the passing of one of Australia’s and world’s key karate men, Sensei Konstantinos (Con) Kassis died of cancer on Tuesday 7th June. He was 63 years old. An 8th Dan black belt instructor, Mr. Kassis, had received a …

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I do not represent a community, but my country: Nikhat Zareen

New Delhi: World champion boxer Nikhat Zareen says she represents her country, not the community to which she belongs. The pugilist said what she thought when asked if people talk more about her religious background than her hard work and accomplishments in the ring. “As an athlete, I am here …

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Anime Lubbock brings the anime community together | life

The annual Anime Lubbock is a three-day convention held June 10-12 at the MCM Eleganté Hotel & Suites. The event hosts vendors, meet and greets, cosplay contests and more. Zeno Robinson, an anime voice actor on shows such as “Tokyo Revengers,” said reaching out to fans in small towns gives …

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Japanese business community wants further relaxation of border controls

A notice of COVID-19 safety measures is pictured next to closed doors in a departure hall at Narita International Airport on the first day of border closures to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus variant Omicron in Narita, east of Tokyo, Japan, November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon Join now …

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Runcorn Para Table Tennis Chairman receives OBE

Karen Tonge received an MBE in the New Year Honors list for her voluntary service to the sport of table tennis. Karen Tongue, The Chairman of British Para Table Tennis, received an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honors List for his services to Paralympic Table Tennis. Tonge, from Runcorn, who …

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Ashbridge’s Bay Yacht Club Celebrates 90th Anniversary – Beach Metro Community News

The photo above shows an aerial view of the Ashbridge’s Bay Yacht Club taken in 1962. Inset photos show members working on the clubhouse in 1935; a sail on the lake in 1948; the 1977 season opener with former Toronto mayor David Crombie; and the launching of a boat in …

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Queen’s Birthday Honors 2022: Community, historical, youth and rugby service recognized

Five people from Rotorua were among 16 Bay Area residents receiving Queen’s Birthday honors this year. Image / Maryana Garcia A_310719annsomerville1.JPG Irene Ann Somerville, recipient of the Queen’s Service Medal, for community service and historical research. Photo/NZME Eight people from the Bay of Plenty will be recognized by the Queen …

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DFCC Bank Commits to Uplifting the Community During Vesak Season – The Island

Tokyo Cement Group (Tokyo Cement) has released its financial performance for the fourth quarter ending March 31, 2022, with revenue of Rs. 16,158 million reflecting year-on-year growth of 31%, from Rs. 12.373 million during the same period last year. Despite the revenue growth, Tokyo Cement’s sales volumes were down 11% …

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UT swimmer, Olympian fundraising for Austin’s LGBT+ community

Erica Sullivan is raising money for Out Youth Austin through GoFundMe’s “College Charity Challenge”. AUSTIN, Texas – Texan swimmer and Olympic silver medalist Erica Sullivan is currently raising funds for Austin’s LGBTQIA+ community, especially Our youth. This is part of GoFundMe’s “College Charity Challenge” which encourages student-athletes to use their …

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Monkeypox: LGBTQ2S+ community concerned about stigma

A theory that the recent monkeypox outbreak could be linked to sexual activity has put the gay community in an unfortunate position, having struggled with previous and ongoing stigma around HIV and AIDS, says an LGBTQ2S+ center director . David Hawkins, Executive Director of the West Island LGBTQ2+ Center in …

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Northeast Community Bancorp (NECB) Is One of the Top Dividend Stocks Right Now: Should You Buy?

gAchieving big returns from financial portfolios, whether through stocks, bonds, ETFs, other securities, or a combination of all, is an investor’s dream. But when you’re an income-oriented investor, your primary goal is to generate consistent cash flow from each of your liquid investments. Cash flow can come from bond interest, …

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Reed Cowan – Community Impact EP

“Every life has a story, every story has a lesson, and every lesson has the power to change the world.” When I tell stories, that’s my drumbeat and my mantra. It is also my promise to those who see or read my stories that I will always fulfill this mission …

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Mental health crisis Jacksonville youth need community support

Duval County Public Schools has been providing students with mental health resources for years because the district understands there is a link between mental and emotional well-being and academic success, according to Katrina Taylor, director of health school behavior at Duval County Public Schools. While there’s a desire to help …

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AJC delegation visits Japan to strengthen close ties with American Jewry

TOKYO, May 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — A delegation from the American Jewish Committee (AJC) has returned from Japan, where it met with senior government officials and diplomats to strengthen the strong ties between Japan and the United States, Israeland the American Jewish community. The three-day trip included meetings with Prime …

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Valorant community requests VCT LAN in Asia after successful RAGE 2022 Spring in Japan

Japan is currently hosting one of the biggest live events in Valorant esports history. RAGE 2022 Spring LAN is a two-day exhibition tournament held at the Tokyo Dome stadium in Japan on May 7-8. RAGE has partnered with Riot Games to create a memorable experience for Japanese Valorant audiences. Although …

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Harrison Phillips is already making an impact on the Minnesota community

The Buffalo Bills went through a few changes in the 2022 offseason. Most of the team members remained intact, which should have been the case, given their success since 2019. However, a few beloved Buffalo Bills players weren’t re-signed or released due to the salary cap. Wide receiver Cole Beasley, …

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Community Spirit Drives First Columbus Alternative Art Book Fair

Brett Davis has participated in art book fairs in locations ranging from New York to Tokyo. And while each event has its own uniqueness, he said the setup generally favors larger publishers, who can afford the display costs and associated application fees. “So you’ll have a photo book section, and …

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Citizen Tribeca | Community Board 1 agendas for the month of May

From June 8, community council members, candidates and members of the public may be required to attend in person – they are still awaiting advice from the governor and borough president. Stay tuned here or from CB1 directly on it. Either way, if they revert to an in-person meeting format, …

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East African Community lays foundations for DRC multinational force

East African Community lays foundations for DRC multinational force Kanako Mita and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Time The East African Community (EAC) recently accepted the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) into this organization. EAC partners include Burundi, DRC, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. Therefore, with significant ethnic …

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Union Bank Chairman Discusses Merger and Relationship with JA Community

Left to right: Union Bank’s Nancy Okubo, Kazuo Koshi and George Tanaka at the Japanese American National Museum, one of the Japanese-American institutions that Union Bank has supported over its long history. (MARIO GERSHOM REYES/Rafu Shimpo) By GWEN MURANAKA, Rafu Editor-in-Chief As the merger of Union Bank and US Bancorp …

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Air Force and local community host Doolittle Raiders final ceremony, aerial review

The Greater Fort Walton Beach Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Air Force Special Warfare Command, hosted the final Doolittle Raiders Goblet Ceremony at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center at Northwest Florida State College, Niceville, Fla. on 18 April 2022. The ceremony marked the 80th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid …

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Royal Northern Sinfonia back at Middlesbrough Town Hall this Sunday

Royal Northern Sinfonia at the Angel of the North – Photo credit: theresapewal Submitted by Middlesbrough City Council Everyone has their favorite part of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons: the birdsong of spring, the showers of summer, the celebrations of autumn, or the icy chill of winter. Three centuries after their composition, …

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“Manila and Tokyo Strengthen Partnership for Zero Emissions Community in Asia”

The Philippines and the Government of Japan are strengthening their partnership to reduce greenhouse gas emissions towards a low-carbon society and a zero-emission community in Asia. At the recent Philippines-Japan Bilateral Environmental Policy Dialogue, DENR Acting Secretary Jim O. Sampulna said that the Bilateral Environmental Policy Dialogue serves as a …

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Danny’s Izakaya is now open | Herald Community Newspapers

Since the closure of Peru’s Nikkei in the darkest days of the pandemic, Oyster Bay is sorely lacking in Japanese restaurants. Now, thanks to Danny’s Izakaya, that has finally changed. Danny’s Izakaya is a Japanese bar and restaurant at 94 South St. in Oyster Bay that opened on February 23. …

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When they see us: an HBCU campaign that unites a community

By Daphne Monix Higgins, Contributing author, An HBCU is defined by the Department of Education as “any historically black college or university that was established before 1964, whose primary mission was, and is, the education of black Americans, and that is accredited by an agency or a nationally recognized accrediting …

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All you need to know

Get ready for the new Pokémon GO Community Day Classic, featuring Mudkip! This month of April marks not one, but TWO Pokemon GO Community Days! The first will be on April 10, which is a Community Day Classic with Mudkip! In this article, we’ll tell you everything you need to …

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How the pandemic has shaped the Indian watch community

A young and growing community of collectors, better sales figures and the entry of brands such as Seiko, Czapek and Bovet 1822 are helping to bring global attention to India. A young and growing community of collectors, better sales figures and the entry of brands such as Seiko, Czapek and …

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The United States Joins the Olympic Community >> Scuttlebutt Sailing News

With 62 nations represented, 1,093 competitors with 843 boats have set up camp in Palma de Mallorca for the biggest Olympic-class regatta since the Tokyo 2020 Games. Part of the Hempel World Cup series, the popular Princesa Sofía regatta is back after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, and the …

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Reducing Mental Health Stigma in Sport, Community | Sports

We’ve all been told to prioritize our mental health for one reason or another. With public health, political and social struggles at an all-time high, it’s especially important that we take care of ourselves mentally. Athletes are often told to take care of their mental health, as it will help …

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The Paralympic star will represent Great Britain at the Egyptian Open

Paralympic medalist Jack Hunter-Spivey Paralympic medalist Jack Hunter-Spivey is part of an eight-man British squad that will take part in the Egypt Para Open in Ismailia, which takes place from March 30 to April 2. Hunter-Spivey, who won his first major championship medal last year when he clinched bronze in …

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Meet the Japanese “toritetsu” community, a passionate tribe of train photographers

Overcrowding, confrontations and outright attacks. Japan’s many train fans are mostly mild-mannered enthusiasts with a passion for the country’s famous rail system, but one small group is gaining surprising notoriety. Japan’s rail system has long been the envy of the world, with its famous punctuality, cutting-edge technology and meticulous schedules. …

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Community Foundation creates relief fund for Ukrainian refugees

The Herkimer and Oneida Counties Community Foundation established a community fund in response to the military conflict in Ukraine. The fund was launched with $50,000 from the Community Foundation’s Ronald and Sheila Cuccaro Family Fund. The Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund will direct all contributions to the Utica refugee resettlement organization, …

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Rebekah Stott Receives PFA Community Medal After Inspiring Cancer Cure

New Zealand international Rebekah Stott has been awarded the Australian Professional Footballers’ Community Medal for raising funds and awareness for blood cancer patients. Stott’s world came crashing down in February 2021 when she was diagnosed with stage three Hodgkin’s lymphoma and underwent intensive chemotherapy for four months in Melbourne. The …

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Leadership Park City Hosts Annual Community Conference and Panel Monday

This year’s Community Conference is dedicated to Extraordinary Women Olympians. A panel of six Olympians will take the stage and will be introduced by keynote speaker Amber Neben. Neben is a three-time world cycling champion and recently became the oldest female cyclist in history to compete in the Tokyo Olympics …

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The new director of the Valparaiso library turns the page | Community

Sam Crisler, The Waverly News VALPARAISO — The new director of the Valparaiso Public Library had no intention of starting another chapter of her life, but so far she’s loving it. Debi Woodburn, who moved to Valparaiso about two years ago to be closer to her family, took over as …

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Record bar and lounge 93 ‘Til on the rise in Montrose

Owner Lung Ly opened 93′ Til after visiting similar concepts in Tokyo. (Sofia Gonzalez/Community Impact Journal) As someone who has worked in a restaurant since he was 16, Lung Ly said he fell in love with the industry and always had the goal of opening his own restaurant. After traveling …

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Tibetan activist urges international community to recognize Tibetan government in exile – Punekar News

By Subroto Roy Founder and chairman of the London-based Global Alliance for Tibet and Persecuted Minorities (GATPM), Tsering Passang has urged major democracies including India, the United Kingdom and the United States to recognize the central Tibetan administration based in Dharamsala as the “incumbent Tibetan government”. Exile” and its overseas …

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Solve.Care Calls on Crypto Community to Help War-Displaced Ukrainian Families

Share this article Solve.Care, the global healthcare platform company with a presence in Ukraine, today appealed to the blockchain and crypto community to help fund an initiative that provides temporary and safe shelter for families displaced by war. To resolve. Care’s main office in Ukraine is located in the center …

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In March, note the contributions of the Irish | Herald Community Newspapers

John C. O’Connell By John O’Connell In addition to the world’s oldest (continuing since 1762) and largest St. Patrick’s Day Parade down Manhattan’s 5th Avenue on March 17, dozens of Long Island communities eagerly await their local parades, including Mineola and Bethpage on March 6, Huntington on March 13, Rockville …

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Forrest and Westlake will carry the Canadian flag at the opening of the Paralympic Games

Breadcrumb Links Other sports Olympic Games The duo are two of Canada’s most decorated Winter Paralympians. Wheelchair curler Ina Forrest poses for a photo at the Paralympic Summit in Calgary, Alta., Monday, June 5, 2017. Photo by Jeff McIntosh /THE CANADIAN PRESS Content of the article Wheelchair curler Ina Forrest …

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The G7 and its allies will urge the international community to unite against Russia

US administration officials warned lawmakers in classified briefings on Monday that a second wave of Russian troops would likely shore up the country’s positions in Ukraine and be able to overcome Ukrainian resistance, according to two people familiar with the briefings. “That part was disheartening,” one lawmaker told CNN. Officials …

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Abu Dhabi T20 Community Cup launches strategic vision for cricket

A total of 28 teams took part in the competition which launched the community restructuring of cricket in Abu Dhabi, launched at the end of 2021. The strategic vision for cricket in the capital of the United Arab Emirates is based on a renewed commitment to the sport at its …

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Community care and rehabilitation play a vital role

I met members of the GCRA at the Turriff Sports Center last week As of this writing, the Winter Olympics have just ended with Team GB narrowly missing out on gold by just one stroke and winning silver in men’s curling. This was followed by a much more comprehensive and …

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I call on the global sports community to condemn Russian aggression against Ukraine – Saladukh

Olga Saladukha/facebook.com/saladukhaolga Olga Saladukha expressed her patriotic position. A recently retired track and field athlete called on the sports community to respond to Russian aggression against Ukraine. The Ukrainian athlete and deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine could not ignore the tense situation that has developed …

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How one community transformed a neglected wasteland – and built a thriving £150,000 skate park for £7,000

In what was once an abandoned wasteland filled with overgrown bushes and piles of rubbish, now lies one of Birmingham’s most exciting, ambitious and unique community spaces. Built by the community for the community, DIY Bournbrook is the first skate park built entirely by volunteers in the country. For years …

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Korean tofu house: 부산 drift | Community

Olivia Oomen @oliviaoomenart Editor’s Note: Banchan Boyz (BCB) is a bi-weekly column dedicated to exploring Deborah Kwon’s childhood food and Kyle Bender’s transformation into Koreaboo. Bender: Before we start, we have to apologize to the original Korean Tofu House for something we messed up in the first episode of “Banchan …

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Stanwell residents cheer on Team GB at the Winter Olympics

Residents of Ashford House Care Center enjoyed watching the Winter Olympics Submitted by Barchester Healthcare Residents and staff at Ashford House Care Center in Stanwell, Surrey cheered on Team GB throughout the Beijing Winter Olympics. The house has been adorned with flags and residents have enjoyed all the action over …

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Community mourns the passing of Frederick Douglass Parrott, Jr. – Los Angeles Sentinel | Los Angeles Sentinel

The community mourns the passing of Frederick Douglass Parrott, Jr. Dr. Frederick Douglass Parrott, Jr. (Courtesy photo) Frederick Douglass Parrott, Jr., MD passed into eternity on January 14, 2022. He was 94 years old. Dr Parrott – or as he introduced himself after retirement, Dr Fred – was a man …

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Stoke students aim for gold after inspirational Paralympic visit

Pictured: Ian Marsden trains during the Team GB Tokyo 2020 paracanoe squad announcement at the National Water Sports Center in Holme Pierrepont, Nottingham. (Image: Jacob King/PA Wire). Submitted by Ormiston Academies Pupils at a school in Stoke-on-Trent have been inspired to ‘go for the gold’ after an award-winning Paralympian visited …

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Free coaching offered as part of a 12-week community sports program

Provided The free sports coaching program kicks off in Mangere on Saturday 12th February. Have you ever wanted to take your favorite sport to the next level, but didn’t know how to get there? A community initiative, starting this Saturday, February 12, aims to do just that and more across …

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The importance of getting our kids back into community sports

Sport is great for kids and an integral part of Australian culture, but many children simply haven’t been able to play during the pandemic. New research shows half of Australian children have been playing less organized sport due to COVID-19. Costs, the risk of catching COVID-19 and frequent disruptions were …

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Music 4 Humans expands its growing community of teachers around the world

Music 4 Humans, an innovative music and social education website, continues to expand its reach as more professionals around the world join the growing online community of teachers. The goal of creating Music 4 Humans as an online platform to promote the creation of great music is definitely coming to …

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53045 Drops Nft Shoes + Immersive Wear & Community Experience in partnership with Metajuice

NFTs will be purchased in the dematerialized market and ported into Imvu, the largest metaverse of 3D social avatars /EIN News/ — Redwood City, Calif., Feb. 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — (via blockchain thread) SHOES 53045 continues its invasion of the metaverse – releasing its first-ever virtual shoe (and unique …

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Deadpool Samurai Volume 1 Review – But Why Tho? A community of geeks

Reading time: 2 minutes Last year, Marvel and VIZ Media kicked off their collaborations with the adorable extra Marvel Meow. Now they’re leaving behind the adorable and jumping headfirst into violence, fourth-wall-breaking dark humor, and a whole heap of superhero mayhem with Deadpool Samurai Volume 1. Written by mangaka Sanshiro …

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Hostage who died in standoff near Tokyo was beloved doctor, community ‘hero’

Doctor Junichi Suzuki, center, takes part in the Tokyo Paralympic Torch Relay, as seen in this photo taken at the Asaka Chuo Park Athletics Stadium in Asaka, Saitama Prefecture on August 19, 2021. (Government Image Saitama Prefectural website) A man who died in a hostage situation at a home in …

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UGA President Jere Morehead Shares ‘Deep Gratitude’ to University Community | Campus News

During the annual State of the University address on Wednesday afternoon, University of Georgia President Jere W. Morehead highlighted the past year’s accomplishments, announced new initiatives, and thanked the UGA community. for his “tireless work” and service. “As I reflect on the past 12 months – a year with no …

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How dancing arcade games sparked London’s most unlikely community

It’s a Friday night in Soho. City dwellers line up outside pubs and PR fans stand in stiletto heels. A rickshaw drives past a resounding British drill. This is your VICE war correspondent live from London. But the real action is not there. It’s a child thing. The real action …

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Honoring Padma Bhushan for me is a huge moment for the whole community

Devendra Jhajharia, the first para-athlete to receive the Padma Bhushan, says the “huge honour” will help change society’s attitude towards people with disabilities and inspire them to strive for excellence. The multiple Paralympic gold medalist and world champion was nominated on Tuesday for the prestigious Padma Bhushan, the country’s third-highest …

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Wisdom from RedBar, the world’s largest watch community

Last April, I joined the Mumbai chapter of RedBar, which has one of the largest communities of watch enthusiasts and collectors in the world. Founded in 2007 by New Yorkers Adam Craniotes and Dr. Jeffrey Jacques, RedBar’s 70 international chapters now have over 7,000 members. RedBar is primarily a social …

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Asian destinations | Community | dailyuw.com

Julie Vo Editor’s Note: “Huskies Abroad” is a bi-weekly column exploring UW’s extensive study abroad programs with recommendations on select programs and destinations. Let’s be honest, the UW study abroad the page is overwhelming. You open “List All” and suddenly you have a hundred programs at your disposal. If you’re …

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Louisiana’s heavily polluted community asks the EPA to intervene

Two local advocacy groups in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, submitted a civil rights statement complaint to the US EPA on Thursday, accusing two state agencies of failing to protect residents of the low-income, predominantly black jurisdiction from the toxic air. “We are calling on the EPA to step …

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why community crying clubs are on the rise

Ruma Mehra, 38, was devastated after her twin brother died of Covid-19 last May. She mourned the death of her brother, but gradually found herself withdrawn into a cocoon, unable to shed tears over the tragedy. Her worried family saw a psychiatrist who put Mehra on a two-week course of …

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“The Khasi community migrated from Central Asia”

SHILLONG, Jan 14: Hima Sohra secretary BV Rymmai, who wrote a book called Thymmei u Khasi on Friday, said the books he managed to read as well as the stories told by the ancestors revealed that the community Khasi since time immemorial had migrated from Central Asia and they had …

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