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  • Dairy farms asked to consider breeding no-horn cows

    03:26 | 29/3/15
    News Dispatch
    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Food manufacturers and restaurants are taking the dairy industry by the horns on an animal welfare issue that's long bothered activists but is little known to consumers: the painful removal of budding horn tissue from calves so ... more»
  • Newborn Hayden brings family up to a whopping SIX generations

    03:03 | 29/3/15
    Maldon and Burnham Standard
    “There aren't many families with six, because I checked.” Women in the family have a habit of becoming mums in their teens. more»
  • WATCH: the stunning National Trust film that will make you proud to live in ...

    20:04 | 28/3/15
    Bournemouth Echo
    They are the guardians of large swathes of our coastline, and a new film from the National Trust aims to show exactly why it's so important. more»
  • Statehouse Issues: Part I

    09:03 | 28/3/15
    Hutchinson News
    American society since 1958 has lost a lot of faith in most established groups including “professional societies”. Once considered merely “experts” with no agenda beyond professionalizing their trade, by 2015 a more cynical (realistic?) society sees ... more»
  • Speedway: Paul Starke determined to banish off reserve curse at Poole Pirates

    08:07 | 28/3/15
    Bournemouth Echo
    "Poole is such an immense club to ride for and for any up-and-coming rider like me it is a dream come true. Last year I was the top reserve at Birmingham so to become the second here takes a bit of pressure off me. "Birmingham going bust was bad for me ... more»
  • Museum's 'Little Syria' exhibit going to Ellis Island

    07:52 | 28/3/15
    Tulsa World
    The "Little Syria" exhibit documents the once-thriving Lower Manhattan community that was home to many Arabs, including author and poet Khalil Gibran, and some of America's first Arabic language newspapers during the immigration wave of the late 19th ... more»
  • Foreign countries love American craft beer as much as we do

    07:11 | 28/3/15
    Fox News
    American craft beer export volume grew 35.7 percent last year, generating almost $100 million for domestic brewers, according to data from the Brewers Association, the trade group for American independent craft brewers. In the U.S., about one out of ... more»
  • Gentrification Is an Irresistible Force

    06:37 | 28/3/15
    Bloomberg View
    If you want to stop this kind of NIMBYism, you will also have to strip poor neighborhoods of the right to protest the often awful things that city planners do to their neighborhoods -- and that is a right that affordable housing groups rarely want to ... more»
  • Music, Easter events and lot more happeninig in region

    04:31 | 28/3/15
    TriCities.com
    Group rates available. 423-753-1010 or www.jonesbooughtheatre.com. KING UNIVERSITY: Bristol, Tenn., King's Fine Arts Theatre, March 26, 27, 28, 7:30 p.m. more»
  • Police looking for owners of five stolen watches

    23:34 | 27/3/15
    Bournemouth Echo
    I was burgled in February last year and my grandmother's watch was stolen. She died in 2007 so it was very upsetting to have something that she'd treasured taken away by someone who doesn't understand it's value to me. Sadly it's not one of these ... more»
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