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at the weekend may have suffered permanent damage to his eyesight. Police have released an image of Michael Voller, which you may find upsetting. The 23-year-old, who used to work as a gardener for Spurs, suffered a broken cheek-bone, eye-socket and skull after being punched in the face. London's Victoria and Albert Museum says it will fund a national education programme to teach and inspire the next generation of young.
BBC News 24
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they weren't going to miss. It's feared a Tottenham football supporter who was attacked by a fellow Spurs fan at their game against Chelsea at the weekend may have suffered permanent damage to his eyesight. Police have released an image of Michael Voller, which you may find upsetting. The 23-year-old, who used to work as a gardener for Spurs, suffered a broken cheek-bone, eye-socket and skull after being punched in the face
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they like the certainty of it and they don't want to feel like they are being snooped on why big brother. Paying people in cash, like a cleaner or a gardener, you don't want those payments to be traced. -- snooped on by big brother. It's good for some banks to know what.
Mondoweiss
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In school I learned about the various Israeli wars, which were always framed as romantic, just and heroic yet defensive and unavoidable. Alternative narratives of settler-colonialism and occupation were completely absent and even the wordPalestinian” was considered radically political and controversial. My hometown of Jerusalem was highly segregated. Other than Abed the soft-spoken gardener from Hebron (aka Al Khalil), Rada the lady who cleaned our home on occasion (and would delight me with a bottle of delicious home-made olive oil from her groves in Beit Jala) and the delivery boy from East Jerusalem who was my age and worked at the local grocery store, I never interacted with Palestinians. At the age of 18, I enlisted into the standard three-year military service in the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) as a medic in the paratroopers. I believed I held high moral ground and could serve as a positive influence within the military.
The Herald
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THEY are thousands of years old and attract visitors from across the world to marvel at their intricate carvings.
Western Morning News
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Morrisons stores across Devon are giving away used coffee grounds from store cafés to local gardeners to help fertilise their plants. Gardeners can get the used coffee grounds by visiting their local Morrisons store. Outlets in Totnes, Paignton and Exeter are among those taking part in the initiative.One local gardener told DevonLive: That gives me grounds to go and visit the cafe up the road!There will be no limit to the number of bags available to each gardener to take away....
Leicester Mercury
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A taxi driver ran over a drunken man who was lying in the middle of the road late at night, a court was told.Alan Gibbon (47) was driving his taxi along Scalford Road in Melton in the early hours of December 11 last year when he drove over Peter Pope, who had been lying in the middle of the road.CCTV footage showed Mr Pope, a landscape gardener, had been staggering along the road, using a wall to support himself, before lying down in the road.He was seriously injured and taken to Queens Medical...
BBC News 24
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do brings all of that and secures all of that for our children's future. Shadow Secretary of State for International trade, Barry Gardener, thank you. You've been sending in some of your snowy pictures this morning. Let's have a look. This is what it looks like in Staffordshire this morning, thanks Chris
Leicester Mercury
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A taxi driver ran over a drunken man who was lying in the middle of the road late at night, a court was told.Alan Gibbon (47) was driving his taxi along Scalford Road in Melton in the early hours of December 11 last year when he drove over Peter Pope, who had been lying in the middle of the road.CCTV footage showed Mr Pope, a landscape gardener, had been staggering along the road, using a wall to support himself, before lying down in the road.He was seriously injured and taken to Queens Medical...
Daily Express
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BBC One West Midlands
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which thread through our region? When the former Gardener's World Presenter Alys Fowler, started paddling the canals of Birmingham, it became a journey of discovery in more ways than one. Our arts reporter Satnam Rana has been to meet her
BBC One West Midlands
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And how paddling our waterways turned into a journey of discovery for a Gardener's World presenter
Daily Express
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The Week
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Gardener Aaron Bertelsen on the landmark garden that inspired his new cookbook centred on home-grown, seasonal produce In Depth Monday, April 24, 2017 - 1:17pm Say Great Dixter', and for some what springs to mind is the ornamental garden, with its bold, even shocking combinations of colour and texture and its exuberant planting. But the vegetable garden is also central to the life of this unique place. On this patch of Wealden clay, improved and enriched by a century of compost and cultivation, we grow fruit and vegetables to feed the many hundreds of friends, guests and visitors from around the world, who come to the garden each year to work, study, learn and share their ideas. Great Dixter is also synonymous with the Lloyd familyNathaniel, Daisy and their six children. They created the vegetable patch, along with the rest of the garden, when they arrived here at the start of the 20th century, and home-grown produce formed an important part of their diet.
TopRank
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Every good gardener knows there are two types of flowering plants: Annuals and perennials. Annuals bloom once and have to be replanted the next growing season. Perennials stick around; they continue to flower year after year. Most blog posts are annuals. You publish them, they generate views and shares for a while, and then they basically go dormant. Readers might happen across them occasionally. But think of it this way: When was the last time you went through your favorite blog’s archives? Or clicked on a search result that was over a year old? Rarely, though, you will find that a post has perennial appeal—what some marketers callevergreen content.” Even though you published it in 2012, it still gets liked and shared. That’s a clear sign the content is still relevant to your audience. Evergreen content continues to provide value without extra effort, and it can support spin-offs that fill in blanks in your editorial calendar.
The Event Chronicle
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In Iowa City, Iowa, USA, activist, nurse, pastor and gardener, Blair Frank , created a garden, Gaia’s Peace Garden , to help sustain Mother Earth and the community at large. It has received international attention and visitation for it’s healing potential for those who visit it as well as for those who have assisted Blair and his wife Mary. One woman explained, “the healing energy from Gaia’s Peace Garden has stayed with me since first visiting in 2013, and I am deeply grateful for this special garden’s existence.” Gaia’s Peace Garden has become a great model for our communities, as this article explains in more detail. The intentions of just one to a few individuals, in a small town, in a place quite remote from where others may live, can have great effects for all. Our potential to have an impact starts with our intention to do good for ourselves and others, and when we do that with deep passion it creates ripples of love in the Universe.
Politico
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The Huffington Post
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No man is a hero to his valet, goes the old proverb. In the case of Bill OReilly, no mans a hero to his gardener. OReillys high profile job loss reminded me of an incident that occurred during the first year of his Fox tenure. I was seeking a gardener to take care of my small property on the north shore of Long Island, and one candidate, Jeff, gave me a list of customers who could vouch for his expertise. The names, each followed by a phone number, were something like this: John Smith Mary Jones Bill OReilly Bob White Jane Doe I did a double-take when I saw OReilly, as I knew he lived in Manhasset, not far from me. Is this Bill OReilly from TV? I asked. Yeah, Jeff replied. Hes the guy at Fox. At the time, I was Geraldo Riveras senior producer for his nighttime news discussion program on CNBC, and the two hosts (and future Fox colleagues) were engaged in some kind of public feud so petty that I cant recall the substance of it.
Lincolnshire Echo
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The funeral of a landscape gardener whose home was given by a DIY SOS style make over by a 'band of builders' is to be held next week. Keith Ellick, 42, tragically died after a battle with cancer on March 27. He touched hearts after he was filmed for youtube thanking the team who had revamped his entire home on the Ermine estate in Lincoln. READ MORE: 'We will miss you forever' - Wife of Keith Ellick speaks after her husband's death His funeral will be held on April 27 at 2.30pm at Lincoln...