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  1. Devizes Half Marathon: Dunstone crowned county kingRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire

    The 42-year-old Chipp-enham Harrier, from Colerne, was an emphatic winner of the Wadworth Devizes event, which incorporated the county championships this year. Dunstone surged clear of Avon Valley Runners' Rich Ayling just after three miles to quickly open a winning gap and was then never challenged as he crossed the line in a new course record time of 77mins 12secs.


  2. The best places to ski on earth?Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | WICU12 Erie

    It's that time of the year when winter sports enthusiasts dust off their skis and snowboards and get ready to hit the slopes in search of perfect powder and fresh adventures. The choice of ski resort is key to that enjoyment and a good place to start might be Solden in Austria where the Alpine Skiing World Cup starts next weekend on the treacherous Rettenbach Glacier.


  3. Runner's World CompetitionRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | EduGeek

    Last year many of you Edugeek readers helped me win a place in the Runner's World Asics 262 Paris Marathon competition. It was an opportunity that changed my life in more ways than one and I will always be grateful to those who voted .


  4. Centre clears 370-acre forest land for Adani's Gondia power projectRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Times of India

    A forest official said the Adani Group, which has interests in energy, logistics and mineral resources, operates an existing power plant of 3300 MW capacity in the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation sector of Tiroda, Gondia, about 1,000 km to the northeast of Mumbai. The state has ordered 148.59 hectares of forest land in Gondia district, Vidarbha to be "diverted" for the construction of a 1980 megawatt coal-based thermal power plant run by the Adani Group.


  5. Dublin firefighter to run marathon carrying childa s weightRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Irish World Newspaper

    A fire-fighter running in the Dublin marathon on Monday is going to race carrying a child's mannequin to represent the weight on the shoulder of a depressed teen. "The Darkness descended on me a good while back before these dark evenings did..Unfortunately for ME, I have in some way or another witnessed an awful lot of kids sadly take their own lives in such a short space of time "Yes KIDS, see young adults are also KIDS to me See here is the thing: It doesn't matter how happy, "normal," successful or together they SEEM.


  6. Email This Article to a FriendRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | WHMI-FM Howell

    The former Senate Majority Leader is in the race to succeed Mike Rogers in the 8th Congressional District. Bishop's talk highlighted Ronald Reagan and says the issues Reagan addressed many years ago are still applicable and relevant today.


  7. Study shows financial benefits of wetland at Wicken FenRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Newmarket Today

    New research has calculated that each hectare of land at Wicken Fen is worth almost 130 more per year as wetland than as arable farmland. The study, published by the journal Ecology and Evolution, shows that compared with its former use as intensively farmed arable land, restored wetland can reduce flood damage, reduce carbon emissions into the atmosphere, increase recreational and tourism use, and increase the availability of grazing land.


  8. Castle Mill report to be published at lastRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | This is Oxfordshire

    A long-awaited report into the effects of the Castle Mill student flats neighbouring Port Meadow will be published on Thursday. Oxford University said the "environmental impact assessment" will set out how the development has affected the environment - covering issues such as noise, views and wildlife.


  9. Hilltop protestors raise fears over mining plansRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Derby Shire Times

    NDET 18-9-12 MC 17 John Gregory, committee member Hilltop Action Group by the proposed open cast site in Clay Cross Campaigners have raised concerns about pollution and the loss of green land near Clay Cross after developers have submitted a planning application to begin surface coal mining. Provectus Remediation Ltd has applied to Derbyshire County Council's planning department for the scheme on land to the north of Clay Cross, near Hilltop Farm.


  10. Pass or Fail? Energy Management Tips for College StudentsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | US News & World Report

    Flipping through the television channels one recent Saturday, I landed on a college rugby match and had a wave of nostalgia. With more than a few years between now and my own university time, it's easy to remember the glowing memories and forget how hard it was to juggle my time and keep healthy habits.


  11. What happens when Facebook knows every step you take, every move you make?Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | KNDO

    On April 24, the team behind fitness-tracking app Moves was purchased by Facebook for an undisclosed sum. The company assured users that it wouldn't commingle data with Facebook.


  12. Measure 5 supporters file complaint to JaegerRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Rock102online.com

    Supporters of a proposed North Dakota ballot measure that would funnel more oil taxes into water, wildlife and parks projects are accusing opponents of violating campaign disclosure laws. North Dakotans for Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks say campaign materials paid for by the American Petroleum Institute don't properly disclose their sponsors.


  13. Keep your mind and body active for happy later lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | This Is Grimsby

    Footballers take part in the Walking Football club, at the Bradley Football Development Centre. Picture: Rick Byrne PICTURE: Rick Byrne / Grimsby Telegraph Buy this photo at www.thisisphotosales.co.uk/grimsby or by contacting 08444 060910 There are pictures from this story.


  14. Former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino Stops ChemotherapyRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Time

    In this April 21, 2014 file photo, from left, Boston Mayor Martin Walsh, former Mayor Thomas Menino, and four-time Boston Marathon champion Bill Rodgers walk past the finish line before the start of the 118th Boston Marathon in Boston. Former Boston mayor Thomas M. Menino has stopped treatment for advanced cancer, the much-beloved titan of Boston politics said on Wednesday.


  15. Pyrenees Mountain Photography: Aratille LakesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | James Lomax Photography

    The rock at the back is where you descend to the Aratille lakes from Arremoulit. The col is to the left.


  16. The 2014 Vans Triple Crown of Surfing will deliver $1.4 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Surfing News

    Welcome to Hawaii. The world's best male and female surfers will compete in three events during the six-week competition period: Reef Hawaiian Pro, Vans World Cup of Surfing, Billabong Pipe Masters.


  17. Flood defence work starts after tidal surge damage near Kessingland and BenacreRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Eastern Daily Press

    The Environment Agency is importing 370 tonnes of rock as part of a A 64,000 project to protect the area around Benacre pumping station outfall, which discharges freshwater from the Hundred River into the North Sea. It comes after a four metre stretch of coastline was lost during the high tide on December 5, putting Benacre Ness, the pumping station and sewage works, and about 33 properties on the Kessingland levels at risk of flooding during another extreme surge event.


  18. Conservation is our water solutionRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun

    We have been living with drought in the Southwest for years, so long that many of us are tuning it out. The drought, however, has combined with waste to cut the volume of water in the Colorado River and Lake Mead in half.


  19. Awards signal MoD seal of approval for - green' projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Salisbury Journal

    Representatives from the Raptor and Owl nest box project collect their Silver Otter Award. From left, Richard McCarthy, Michael Groves, Emily Joachim, Maj Nigel Lewis, Lft Col Dick Clayton and Defence Minister Anna Soubry FOUR Wiltshire projects that benefit the environment have been honoured by the Ministry of Defence at a national awards ceremony.


  20. Mother SuperiorRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Wired

    An all-in-one activity tracker, sleep monitor, door sensor, tooth-brushing statistician, coffee-intake recorder, and sound-effect maker. Platform has a lot of potential for future functions.