Mass evictions from Oakland’s public housing

Monday, May 15, 2006 Due to an Oakland housing official's acts of fraud, 34 poor families face eviction from Lockwood Gardens, by order of the Oakland Housing Authority. Fear and panic have set in at some of East Oakland's public housing units, as police agents from the Oakland Housing Authority have been making late-night visits to tenants, and demanding that the families pack up and move...

2012 Olympics clash with Ramadan

Sunday, October 15, 2006 Muslim groups from across the world are criticising the organisers of the 2012 Olympics in London after it was revealed that the games will take place over Ramadan. The most holy month in the Muslim calendar, which will take place from the 21 July to 20 August in 2012, involves fasting during daylight hours and will affect an estimated 3,000 athletes. Joanna Manning...

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Category:Music

This is the category for music. See also the Music Portal. Refresh this list to see the latest articles. 7 October 2019: Influential rock drummer Ginger Baker dies at age 80 25 September 2019: Singer-songwriter Robert Hunter dies, aged 78 16 May 2019: Actor Doris Day dies at 97 9 September 2018: US rapper Mac Miller dies at home in Los Angeles 18 August 2018: Singer Aretha Franklin, 'queen of...

Harper snubs breakfast club visit to Ottawa; all other Canadian parties represented

Thursday, February 15, 2007 CityTV reporter Dwight Drummond accommpanied a diverse crew of Toronto public school students to Ottawa, with intentions of meeting Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. While students, part of an inner-city breakfast club, had the opportunity to tour the Parliament Buildings at length, Harper stayed far away from the quick, scheduled hello. He failed to even send...

British Chancellor George Osborne downgrades growth forecast in annual budget

Wednesday, March 20, 2013 The British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne delivered the budget today, an annually-held audit of the country's finances deciding how taxpayers' money should be spent. He set out plans to boost the housing market in his fourth budget, as well as stating the economy will grow by 0.6% — half his prediction four months ago. George Osborne revealed plans to...

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Family narrowly escapes fiery death in Christchurch, New Zealand

Thursday, May 25, 2006 A family visiting Christchurch, New Zealand from Australia was minutes away from being burnt to death. They were staying in the Meadow Park Holiday Park, Papanui. The fire started about 3 a.m. NZST and Station officer Paul Rodwell said, "From the description, they were a few minutes away from perishing." New Zealand-born Elaine Puku is on life support in Christchurch...

LHC sets new particle energy acceleration record

Monday, November 30, 2009 The world's Large Hadron Collider accelerated its protons to an energy of 1.18 TeV at 00:44 GMT+1 today. This set a new world record, surpassing the 0.98 TeV record set at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory's Tevatron collider, which was commissioned in Chicago in 2001. The event came ten days after the LHC collider restart. Yesterday at 20:48 UTC, one proton...

OhmyNews forum discusses experiences in citizen journalism

Thursday, June 30, 2005 Seoul — The OhmyNews International Citizen Reporters' Forum (see previous report) concluded on Saturday with several speeches and a visit to sponsoring companies in South Korea's technology sector. Some invited "citizen reporters" from around the world extended their stay by several days to tour the country. Since the conclusion of the conference, presentations and...