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5 hrs ago | CBC News

Tailings pond leaks revealed at Cassidy Lake mine site

PotashCorp has revealed a number of leaks have been found in a liner beneath a salt-water tailings pond at the former Cassidy Lake mine site, near Norton. A liner underneath a tailings pond at the former Cassidy Lake mine near Norton, N.B., has been leaking since 2008.

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6 hrs ago | CBC News

Enviromental rules tough enough, David Alward insists

Jacques Poitras has been CBC's provincial affairs reporter in New Brunswick since 2000. Raised in Moncton, he also produces the CBC political podcast Spin Reduxit.

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Tue Sep 16, 2014

International Business Times

Australian Rocker Jimmy Barnes Evacuated From A Hospital After Bomb Scare

A Sydney hospital faced a series of bomb scares on Sep. 15 which led to many patients being evacuated. One of the patients who was evacuated was Royal Prince Alfred, Royal North Shore, Longueville and Prince of Wales, reported Yahoo News .

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The New Zealand Herald

Tour news: Barnesy's back after bomb scares and surgery

Jimmy Barnes is coming back for a New Zealand tour in November - right after he recovers from back surgery in a Sydney hospital from which he had to be evacuated because of a series of bomb scares. Patients, some in wheelchairs, were evacuated from the top five floors of Prince of Wales private hospital as a result.

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Canada.com

Elizabeth, Queen of Scots? Chances good even if England's northern...

Rick Hansen welcomed The Countess of Wessex to the Blusson Spinal Cord Centre Sunday for a tour showcasing ground-breaking innovations in spinal cord injury care and research. Sir Elton, now 67, was in fine vocal form, belting out the words with a thunderous tone matching the way he hammered the keys on his Yamaha grand piano.

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The Guardian

Returning street name obvious choice

Charlottetown city councillor Rob Lantz, shows council Monday the list f names supporting the change of the name of University Avenue between Grafton and Euston Streets back its original Great George Street. Lantz was speaking during the regulart meeeting of council.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

The Chronicle Herald

NOTED: Ken Dean talks about wealth, art and Grand Manan

Wealth adviser Ken Dean explains his art collection, the psychology of money and why we shouldn't forget the artists of Grand Manan. (Tim Krochak / Staff Ken Dean, a fiercely private wealth adviser with ScotiaMcLeod, explains his art collection, the psychology of money and why we shouldn't forget the artists of Grand Manan.

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Chronicle Live

Most popular pub names in Tyne and Wear revealed by data survey

The Fox and Hounds is the most popular pub name in the area, according to data from food watchdogs. Some five pubs in Tyne and Wear are called the Fox and Hounds - or a variant of it - ahead of the Wheatsheaf, the Eagle, the Blue Bell and the Grey Horse on four each.

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Flintshire Standard

Hundreds welcome the returning Prince of Wales

WELL wishers of all ages welcomed the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall to Chester and Flintshire on Friday. Prince Charles, and his wife, who also carry the titles of Earl and Countess of Chester visited several spots in Chester before Prince Charles visited the Airbus plant in Broughton to commemorate it's 75th anniversary.

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NEWS.com.au

Police called to four Sydney hospitals

PATIENTS, some in wheelchairs, were evacuated from the top five floors of Prince of Wales private hospital in Sydney's east about 3pm .

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Anchorage Daily News

New ferry 'pit stops' in Southeast Alaska aimed at satisfying feds

Prince of Wales Island is slated to get Alaska Marine Highway System ferry service next summer, but the primary goal isn't to improve transportation. The reason the ferry LeConte will start serving the island, as well as an unused ferry terminal south of Petersburg on Mitkof Island, is to bail the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities out of a tight spot and potentially save the state millions of dollars.

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KQED

Royal Paintbox

In a story previously untold on film, HRH The Prince of Wales makes a journey through history to celebrate the artistic gene in his family and reveals an extraordinary treasure trove of work by royal hands past and present, many of whom were accomplished artists. This documentary goes behind the scenes to discover how growing up against a background of great art has inspired The Prince of Wales to paint and how painting fits into the busy life of the heir to the throne.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Castanet.net

Support a reservist, drive a tank

An all-expenses-paid trip to Eastern Canada's largest military facility brought more than 40 business executives out to get acquainted with Canadian reservists in New Brunswick at the end of August. The CFLC began over thirty years ago and is comprised of senior executives within the public and private sectors.

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The Daily Record

Video: Rupert Murdoch met by Yes and No supporters outside Aberdeen pub

CONTROVERSIAL media tycoon Rupert Murdoch was intercepted by Yes and No supporters as he left the Prince of Wales pub in Aberdeen. Media tycoon and Scottish Sun owner Rupert Murdoch is said to have spent today touring Scotland including Glasgow, Fife and Aberdeen.

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Pontefract and Castleford Express

917 new homes at former pit

Plans go on public view at Pontefract town hall, for the revamp of the former Prince of Wales pit site. p310c435 More than 300 people viewed plans for the redevelopment of Pontefract's former Prince of Wales Colliery site at an event last week.

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South Wales Argus

Abercarn mining disaster victims remembered

Artist Roy Guy from Newport with his artwork depicting the Prince of Wales, Abercarn mining disaster at the Newbridge Memo Artist Roy Guy from Newport with his artwork depicting the Prince of Wales, Abercarn mining disaster at the Newbridge Memo Artist Roy Guy from Newport with his artwork depicting the Prince of Wales, Abercarn mining disaster at the Newbridge Memo AN EYECATCHING memorial to the dead of one of Britain's worst mining disasters - and to those it left widowed and fatherless - has been unveiled at the Newbridge Memo. An untitled painting by Newbridge-born artist Roy Guy now dominates a main stairway landing at the building, the 10-year renovation of which is almost complete.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Hereford Times

Best Herefordshire pubs for a 'real' pint

Ledbury's celebrated ale pub the Prince of Wales features in the 2015 Good Beer Guide. THE GOOD Beer Guide picked out a mix of the old and the new in its 2015 edition, highlighting the best 26 Herefordshire pubs to get a pint of ale in.

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Chester Evening Leader

Chester prepares to welcome Prince of Wales

EXCITEMENT is mounting in Chester this morning as the city prepares to welcome the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall. Prince Charles and Camilla will visit the Lache housing estate to learn about the work of a pioneering support centre.

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Coast Guide

Two locals arrested during crime ring crackdown

Grand Manan/Seeleys Cove A 48-year-old Grand Manan resident and a 25-year-old woman from Seeley's Cove are among 29 people facing drug-related charges following an organized crime investigation carried out Wednesday. New Brunswick RCMP Federal Operations West - in collaboration with Saint John police force, Kennebecasis regional police force and Canada Border Services Agency - carried out the arrests and executed numerous searches in communities across southern New Brunswick as well as in Laval, Quebec and Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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IcNetwork

HRH The Prince of Wales marks 75 years of aerospace at Airbus in Broughton

Prince Charles opened a visitor centre which charts the history of the site from the first Vickers Wellington aircraft being manufactured HRH The Prince of Wales presents the Queens Award for Enterprise to Executive Vice President for Programme at Airbus, Tom Williams CBE HRH The Prince of Wales joined staff at the Airbus plant in Broughton , North Wales, to mark the 75th anniversary of the first aerospace factory opening on the site in 1939. His Royal Highness opened a visitor centre which charts the history of the site from the first Vickers Wellington aircraft being manufactured to the pivotal role Broughton currently plays in construction of the new Airbus A350XWB aircraft which is scheduled to enter service later this year.

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Related Topix: Airbus A350, Aircraft, Airbus Aircraft, Commercial Aircraft, Canada, World News, Prince Charles, Military Aircraft, Vickers Aircraft, Vickers Wellington

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