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PSEG announces apprenticeship initiative in Bridgeport
BRIDGEPORT Jack Banta listened for several minutes Wednesday as executives with PSEG, the company building a gas-fired power plant on the harbor, announced a new on-site construction union apprenticeship initiative. “All of that’s me,” Banta, a city councilman, said when it was his turn to speak.

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Malaysian cops may have fumbled in missing pastor case, says former police chief
KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysia's former police chief Khalid Abu Bakar has said there may have been "lapses" by police in their initial investigation into the abduction of Pastor Raymond Koh. The former Inspector-General of Police was agreeing to points raised on Monday (Oct 30)....

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Former mayor catches and paddles burglar | Opinion
You may never read a story more Mississippi than this one: A burglar breaks into a man's car Sunday morning as he and his family are about to leave the house for church, and that man grabs the burglar, sends his daughter for his paddle and then metes out his own justice.

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Amherst resident aims to bring hope, freedom through new poetry collection
Amherst resident Minnie Thedford Johnson, a retired certified nursing assistant, has published an inspirational collection of poems titled “Poems, Read and Relax,” which are intended to inspire and encourage the downtrodden. The book is available for purchase through http://bookstore.dorrancepublishing.

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Compassion & Choices Launches African-American, Latino Leadership Councils
LOS ANGELES Nov. 1, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- To commemorate National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, Compassion & Choices today announced the launch of its African-American and Latino Leadership Councils as part of its expanding outreach to all Americans nationwide about their end-of-life care options.

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Accused drug courier Cassandra Sainsbury sentenced to six years in jail
Accused drug smuggler Cassandra Sainsbury has been sentenced to a maximum of six years in prison under a plea deal approved by a Colombian judge, said her lawyer. "Her sentence begins immediately and could be as low as three years, if she has behaved well," her lawyer, Orlando Herrán said after a closed session in Bogota, Colombia today.

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‘Cocaine Cassie’ gets six years’ jail after court takes deal
CASSANDRA Sainsbury has been sentenced to six years in jail after a Colombian judge accepted a plea deal. It means the 22-year-old South Australian could actually be out of prison in two-and-a-half years if she gets time for good behaviour. Sainsbury had faced up to 30 years in Bogota's El Buen....

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Accused drug courier Cassandra Sainsbury sentenced to six years in jail
Accused drug smuggler Cassandra Sainsbury has been sentenced to a maximum of six years in prison under a plea deal approved by a Colombian judge, said her lawyer. "Her sentence begins immediately and could be as low as three years, if she has behaved well," her lawyer, Orlando Herrán said after a closed session in Bogota, Colombia today.

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Group warns against foreign ownership of GB Power company
By DENISE MAYCOCK. Tribune Freeport Reporter. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . THE Coalition of Concerned Citizens is urging Bahamian shareholders in ICD Utilities not to sell their shares and allow a foreign company to have 100 per cent ownership in a vital utility infrastructure in Grand Bahama.

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N.J. Christian school investigating racist notes in boy's locker
Police are investigating reports that a black student at a New Jersey Christian school found racist notes in his locker. The student’s mother, Sharon Jackson, said her son discovered notes containing hateful messages twice during the month of October. He shared the content of the notes with her....

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Cassandra Sainsbury sentenced to six years in a Colombian jail for importing cocaine
Cassandra Sainsbury has been sentenced to six years in jail after a Colombian judge accepted a plea deal. It means the 22-year-old South Australian could be out of prison in two-and-a-half years if she gets time for good behaviour. Sainsbury had faced up to 30 years in Bogota's El Buen Pastor prison....

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Port Moody writer wins GG drama prize
in The Tri-City News, featured as a finalist last month took first prize for his fourth full-length play that's based on Ibsen's Little Eyolf but set on the north shore and centred on First Nations land. The national award means $25,000 for Kanagawa, who will also be invited to meet Gov.

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Pastor gone wid me money - woman says 'man of God' owes her...
Sharon Doe* thought that she was 'doing it for God' when she agreed to take out a $600,000 loan from a credit union on behalf of a pastor for him to buy musical equipment to host a crusade in the summer. But she is now crying foul after the 'man of God' has seemingly disappeared off the face of the....

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Agege stadium ready for CAF Champions League soon – Ambode
Lagos State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode, on Wednesday said he had directed the State Sports Commission to ensure that the Agege Stadium met the Confederation of African Football standard and be ready before inspection in December. He said this as he heaped praises on the Mountain of Fire and....

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Bulawayo Pastor launches inspirational Book
Pastor Abiot Shumba will be launching his sixth book on Thursday the 2nd of November 2017, the book entintled Building Generational Churches is a product of four years of research and could be easily one of the best insightful book which cuts across all sections of society. The book will be launched in Bulawayo at The Homestead Conference Center.

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Lagos ‘ll make Agege stadium ready for CAF champions League- Ambode
Lagos State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode on Wednesday heaped praises on the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM) Football Club for returning the State back to the prestigious CAF Champions League sixteen years after a team from the State participated in the tournament.

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20 suspected cult members in police net in Akwa Ibom
The Nigeria Police Akwa Ibom Command, says it has arrested 20 suspected cult members in Onna Local Government Area in Akwa Ibom that had been terrorising the area. The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) for the command, Dsp. Bala Elkana, disclosed this while speaking with journalists in Uyo on Wednesday.

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Ex-mayor ‘whoops tail’ of accused burglar with paddle
When the burglar tried to break into pastor Tony Yarber's truck, the former mayor said he subdued the suspect and brought him into his home's garage. He held him to the floor and hit him with his fraternity paddle, shouting: "When you break in people's stuff, it's because somebody ain't whooped your....

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Correct the imbalance in the system, CAN tells Osinbajo
Adelani Adepegba, Abuja The Christian Association of Nigeria has admonished Vice President Yemi Osinbajo to correct the imbalance in the polity and other unconstitutional actions taken by the Federal Government. It also called on him to stop discrediting the organisation in his bid to “win the heart of the government of President Muhammadu Buhari.

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Grant paves way for outdoor learning at Rutland
Retired Special Forces veteran Morris `Top' Adair of Forsyth says Mike Rose's heroic actions during the Viet Nam war in 1970 would probably have received the Congressional Medal of Honor 47-years ago if the action had not been on a classified mission in Laos.

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News 13 mins ago Sisterhood Global launches social networking site to answer women questions
As the relaunch of social media platform for women of all continents, Sisterhood Global, continues to elicit positive responses globally, the group has explained its universal approach to solving the plights of women in the world. Addressing journalists in Abuja, Nigeria, the visioner and founder of....

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20 suspected cult members in police net in Akwa Ibom
The Nigeria Police Akwa Ibom Command, says it has arrested 20 suspected cult members in Onna Local Government Area in Akwa Ibom that had been terrorising the area. The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) for the command, Dsp. Bala Elkana, disclosed this while speaking with journalists in Uyo on Wednesday.

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Lagos ‘ll make Agege stadium ready for CAF champions League- Ambode
Lagos State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode on Wednesday heaped praises on the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM) Football Club for returning the State back to the prestigious CAF Champions League sixteen years after a team from the State participated in the tournament.

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Cyprus PIO: Turkish Cypriot and Turkish Media Review, 17-11-01
Disagreements were expressed yesterday during a meeting at the so-called presidential palace on the date of the "early elections" Turkish Cypriot daily Diyalog newspaper (01.11.17) under the title: "There is no turning back" reports that a "high level meeting" took place yesterday at the so-called....

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Still waiting for 'Baba'
Nairobi, Kenya - After boycotting last week's rerun of Kenya's presidential election, opposition leader Raila Odinga denounced what he referred to as "sham elections with pre-determined outcomes", and called for continued protests by his supporters and a second rerun vote.

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Why The Christianization Of Nigeria Has Remained A Mirage
Permit me to quickly react to the outcry of the Christian leaders in Nigeria over the so-called Islamization of Nigeria. I describe this lamentations as unnecessary self-pity. You will soon agree with me that the Christian leaders in Nigeria have been sleeping.

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