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Fewer delays for passengers thanks to pilot of £ 4million Network Rail management system

Network Rail’s new £ 4million pilot project saw the integration of their traffic management system with GWR’s crew and inventory management system. A first for the UK rail industry, the pilot project is an excellent example of prioritizing passenger and freight users by integrating Worldline ‘Intergrale’ crew and stock software …

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Kendal theater group to hold first show since pandemic

A Kendal-based COMMUNITY theater group rehearses for their first show since the start of the pandemic. Next week, the Kendal Gilbert and Sullivan Society will host its first performance since the start of the pandemic. The group will perform ‘Trail by Jury’ at St. George’s Church, Kendal on Saturday December …

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Huge train disruption as services suspended after falling trees and debris

Several train services were suspended this morning due to strong and powerful winds. Storm Arwen is currently raging and has already caused disruption overnight with hundreds of homes are without electricity. Train services have now been suspended between Bristol Temple Meads and Taunton in the northbound direction as well as …

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WAFL 2021: Former Peel Thunder midfielder Michael Randall could start preseason despite testing positive

Suspended Peel footballer Michael Randall could start preseason training next month if he receives the same penalty applied to Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne in 2017. Payne was banned from driving for four weeks after testing positive for phentermine, a banned weight loss drug. Randall was suspended for the last …

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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending November 21 | Part 3

Various planning applications have been validated by Cornwall Council and associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s website. planning portal. You can search for planning requests, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, request reference, postal code or by a single address line. There were a lot of nominations, …

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Ouachita students take top honors in NATS regional competition

Three students from Ouachita Baptist University were honored at the Southern Region Conference of the National Association of Singing Teachers (NATS) held November 12-13 at the University of the South from Mississippi to Hattiesburg. Erin Bagley, a major junior in musical theater from White Oak, TX, took second place in …

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Enjoy only 48 hours in Cornwall

Cornwall is full of so many unique and wonderful towns and villages and offers both residents and visitors. But have you ever wondered how to make the most of just 48 hours here? Maybe you’re visiting for a weekend, or you’re a resident looking for a local getaway. Anyway, we’ve …

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Holiday Pop Spot, Christmas Tree Market and more

Big Brothers Big Sisters will be hosting a Free Pickle Power Party from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on December 11 at Bowlero in Midland on December 11. The address of the bowling alley is 5320 W. East Loop 250 North in Midland. “We are accepting reservations for anyone who …

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Ah, Henri! It’s not a bull, this steer is fat

Henry the Ox with his human, Shelly McMahon. ROGER WILLIAMS / FLORIDA WEEKLY No bull! It’s not a bull: The heaviest Holstein currently living in Florida or the United States could be a 5-year-old long-tongue, soft-eyed southern Fort Myers cattle named Henry, a sort of sweetheart who is 6 feet, …

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Bayfield artists update classic with a twist – The Durango Herald

Claudius, played by Peyton Cordova, prays as Hamlet (Charlie O’Hair), center, tries to tell his late father, Bob (Don Ledvina), that he doesn’t want to kill his uncle. (Courtesy of Mélanie Mazur) ‘Hamlet Hears a Who’ combines Shakespeare, Dr. Seuss Taking William Shakespeare’s longest play, “The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince …

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