Woman fights for life after car crash at Poole Roundabout

An 18-year-old woman is fighting for her life in hospital after a car crash at Poole Roundabout. Police, firefighters and paramedics rushed to the Mannings Heath roundabout shortly after 5 a.m. on Sunday, November 21. The force had received a report of a single vehicle collision involving a blue Ford …

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Kootenay mountain biking trails set to become a global destination for athletes with disabilities – Castlegar News

Trails are a major component of British Columbia’s tourism industry, and a group of the Kootenays are on a mission to make them more inclusive. No, that doesn’t mean opening a wheelchair ramp to the top of Pulpit Rock in Nelson or flattening the Canadian Rockies to make the multi-day …

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Digitization of villages must be followed by digital literacy: Minister

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The digitization of villages must be followed by an improvement of digital literacysaid Abdul Halim Iskandar, Minister of Villages, Development of Underprivileged Regions and Transmigration. “The development of digitally-based villages is important given the current wide penetration of the Internet,” he noted in a written statement released …

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Clarendon House “Needs Improvement”, CQC Report Says

OPERATORS at a care home in Bournemouth say they are “deeply disappointed” after being rated “requires improvement” by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The Shelley Park Neuro Care Center at Clarendon House, Boscombe, supports people with neurological disorders and has already been rated “Good” by the CQC. However, after an …

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Weymouth 1-4 Altrincham: Alty punishes Terras

ALTRINCHAM 4 Colclough 34, 60, Kosylo 57, 89 TEN-MAN Weymouth suffered another heavy loss under difficult circumstances as Altrincham claimed a 4-1 victory at Bob Lucas Stadium. After playing well in the opening trade, Weymouth’s afternoon turned sour when Tom Bearwish was sent off for denying Matty Kosylo a clear …

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10 of the best things to do in Vancouver this week (November 15-19)

Well Vancouver was the craziest week we’ve seen in a long, long time. So while this weekend’s forecast looks surprisingly tame, we also include a few options to find those who want to help with relief efforts or just do some good in their community. And of course, there are …

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Covid: 530 cases recorded in Dorset in past 24 hours

A TOTAL of 530 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Dorset in the past 24 hours, according to the latest figures. The latest government figures show 530 people tested positive for Covid-19 in the county in the 24 hours leading up to 4 p.m. on Friday, November 19. …

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Guaranteed Rate Boosts Digital Efforts With New Chief Product & Technology Officer | Illinois

CHICAGO, Nov. 19, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Guaranteed rate, a leader in digital financial services, is pleased to welcome Dr Ramesh Sarukkai as the company’s new director of product and technology. The seasoned Silicon Valley technologist will be responsible for expanding the secured rate digital product portfolio to new …

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Dorset Council Votes Unanimously For Camping Fee At Derby Park | Examiner

community, Dorset Council voted unanimously in favor of setting up a fee for Derby Park Campgrounds at their meeting on November 15. you want “diet. READ MORE: Man escapes quarantine at hotel in Launceston Similar to a parking meter, those willing to pay will have to display a ticket for …

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On the rebound: resilient Vienna nourishes body and soul through pandemic

Vehicle in which Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated on June 28, 1914, Military History Museum. (Alan Behr / TNS) I finally arrived at the Sacher Hotel in Vienna 18 months late, with three Pfizer injections on my file and with relief that I finally arrived from there with my body …

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