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Renowned tenor Dr Robert Lowrie has died aged 80

RENOWNED tenor, inspirational science teacher and former District Scout Commissioner Dr Robert Lowrie has died aged 80. A memorial service will be held on Saturday at St Giles’ Church in Oxford for Dr Robert "Bob" Lowrie, of Wheatley, who died after a year-long illness in April.

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'Two closets': Coming out as queer and Muslim in the wake of Orlando

As a gay man, Zayn says he has always felt marginalized. But being both LGBT and Muslim, he says he's part of a minority within a minority. One that has found itself grieving a shocking loss of life, all the while bracing for a backlash from those who would paint all Muslims as both violent and extremists.

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“We hope to launch it on radio,” said David Cretney, the community projects officer for Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) — the organisation behind supported music studio program, ‘Club Weld and the Riff Society’. “The project breaks down barriers to musical participation and learning, at all....

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'Satanic Islam' pastor James McConnell forgives BBC presenter for 'hijack' interview

The controversial Belfast pastor cleared of broadcasting hate speech after a sermon in which he branded Islam 'satanic' has said he forgives the BBC interviewer whose interviews with him brought him widespread negative publicity. Pastor James McConnell was tried after a sermon in which he said:....

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Cowan MP Simpkins retracts halal remark

Liberal MP Luke Simpkins has retracted controversial comments he made in 2011 suggesting Australians were unwittingly being converted to Islam through halal meat. In a pre-election debate with Ann Aly, Labor's candidate for the marginal West Australian seat of Cowan, Mr Simpkins said people had....

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Take a look at the photo on the left It’s a famous church ...

Weitere Nachricht von nypost.com: Having begun to turn the corner in the fight against ISIS earlier this year, it’s safe to say that we have now secured significant momentum in dissolving the terrorist group’s “state” project . Bolstering opposition groups could be key to war on terror.

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'Satanic Islam' row pastor McConnell made peace with BBC's Nolan in Ormeau Park > Pastor James McConnell has forgiven Stephen Nolan for "hijacking" him over his controversial comments about Islam and has joined hands with the BBC presenter to pray with hi

Pastor McConnell last night told the Belfast Telegraph that he felt he had been treated "very unfairly" during interviews with Nolan in the past, and had been warned by friends not to take part in the documentary. But he revealed that he had now made peace with the BBC broadcaster. "I was orphaned as a boy and there was nobody to look after me.

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Musical stars and fireworks mix for 27th time

Zambelli’s Fireworks of Pennsylvania reprises its role as the night’s Boomer in a far different vein than the Indiana Pacers’ noted mascot. Brittany Gray, operations manager for QMIX 107.3 Radio and one of its on-air voices, can hardly wait to bring on the noise.

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Election 2016: PM Malcolm Turnbull confident amidst confusion on gay marriage vote

Malcolm Turnbull says he's confident laws to allow same-sex marriage would "sail through" Parliament if a majority of Australians voted for it in a plebiscite. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says he is confident laws to allow same-sex marriage would "sail through" Parliament if a majority of Australians voted for it in a plebiscite.

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Election 2016: PM Malcolm Turnbull confident amidst confusion on gay marriage vote

Malcolm Turnbull says he's confident laws to allow same-sex marriage would "sail through" Parliament if a majority of Australians voted for it in a plebiscite. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says he is confident laws to allow same-sex marriage would "sail through" Parliament if a majority of Australians voted for it in a plebiscite.

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Turnbull confident amidst confusion on gay marriage vote

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says he is confident laws to allow same-sex marriage would "sail through" Parliament if a majority of Australians voted for it in a plebiscite. His comments came despite Trade Minister Steve Ciobo confirming he would vote against marriage equality in the Parliament....

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