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Christianity

Eily O’Grady laid to rest with husband Frank in Clonmel

Eily O’Grady Patterson, wife of the renowned Clonmel tenor Frank, passed away last week and has been laid to rest with her husband in his hometown of Clonmel. Eily, nee O’Grady, was an internationally famed concert pianist and toured the world with her husband, later performing with their son Éanán, a gifted violinist.

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Trump defends Roy Moore amid sexual assault allegations: 'He totally denies it'

President Trump is defending Alabama GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore who has been accused by multiple women of sexual assaulting them when they were teenagers and Moore was in his 30s. "I can tell you one thing for sure, we don't need a liberal person in there, a Democrat," the president told reporters....

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Zimbabwe post-Mugabe can rebuild: Bishop Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has welcomed the resignation of Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe.

The people of Zimbabwe now have a chance to rebuild a better society following the resignation of Robert Mugabe, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop believes. Ms Bishop described the departing president as a tyrant who used the military and police to crush opposition.

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Alice's Restaurant: Arlo Guthrie Radio Anthem 2017

Alice's Restaurant: Arlo Guthrie Anthem Thanksgiving Radio Staple "Alice's Restaurant Massacree," the title track to Arlo Guthrie's 1967 debut album, still resonates. DC101 will play it Thanksgiving Day. If you're thinking about helping out a friend at the local church Thanksgiving and tote its....

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Philip Ruddock to conduct review of religious freedoms

The government has appointed Howard-era cabinet minister Philip Ruddock to lead a review into the legal protections for religious freedom in Australia, which has emerged as a contentious issue inside the Coalition ahead of the legalisation of same-sex marriage.

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Philip Ruddock to conduct review of religious freedoms

Philip Ruddock appointed to conduct review of Australia's religious freedoms. The government has appointed Howard-era cabinet minister Philip Ruddock to lead a review into the legal protections for religious freedom in Australia, which has emerged as a contentious issue inside the Coalition ahead of the legalisation of same-sex marriage.

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SAMOA ON SLOW ROAD TO RECOVERY

Some complain, others glad for fresh start. By Sean Dorney APIA, Samoa (Radio Australia, Mar. 4, 2010) – Many in Samoa are determined to make a fresh start. Simple structures are appearing all over Samoa's tsunami-devastated islands, with many built by international aid and overseas volunteers.

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Congressmen among Monte's Marchers raising awareness of hunger

AMHERST -- More than 100 people including dozens of school-aged children marched through town Tuesday to call attention to hunger and raise money for the Western Massachusetts Food Bank in the eighth annual Monte's March. The two-day walk initiated by WRSI The River radio host Monte Belmonte began....

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Gay, Out And On The Airwaves In Kinshasa

Although this vast, volatile Central African nation does not have the harsh anti-gay laws adopted by neighbors such as Uganda, deeply ingrained conservative cultural norms routinely stigmatize, silence and lead to physical threats against LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex) people.

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Southern Spain’s big three: Granada, Cordoba and Sevilla

The quintessential image of Spain is the region of Andalucia, home of bullfights, flamenco, whitewashed hill towns, and glamorous Mediterranean resorts. And while much of the region’s appeal is in its hill and coastal retreats, at the heart of Andalucia are three great cities: Granada, Cordoba and Sevilla.

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Indigenous woman comes full circle as artistic director of the Gordon Tootoosis Nikaniwin Theatre

Jennifer Dawn Bishop has come full circle, from a shy 13-year-old girl to one of the youngest artistic directors in Canada, in charge of the theatre program where it all began. In an interview with CBC Radio's Saskatoon Morning, Bishop recalled that day in 1999 when the manager of what was then the....

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