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Kitty man sentenced to death
Terry Kissoon was yesterday sentenced to death by Justice Diane Insanally after he was found guilty of the murder of Troy Smith.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Business owners complain about highway improvements near Oliver
A business owner in Gallagher Lake is hosting a public meeting Monday to help galvanize community concerns related to recent infrastructure improvements in the area.
Santa goes hog wild with toy donations
Now in its 28th year, the Motorcycle Toy Run helped to deliver over $5,000 worth of donations to the Salvation Army to be distributed as Christmas gifts for children.
Disney News and Disney Star News
Billy Ray Cyrus Uses The Paparazzi For A Photo Shoot
Leave it to Billy Ray Cyrus to use the paparazzi as an opportunity for a photo shoot.
Rider inexperience contributes to death
A 16-year-old South Otago boy's motorbike inexperience was a major contributor to his death, a coroner has said.
National Public Radio
Single Muslim Hipster Seeking Same? You May Be In Luck.
Since moving to Canada four years ago, Annie Idris has tried her fair share of Muslim matrimonial sites.
Guitar Ted Productions
Friday News And Views
The Electric Bicycle Conundrum: At this year's Interbike show, there was a very large presence of and prominent placement for "electric" bikes.
John McAfee Accused Of Threats In Dispute
Anti-virus software pioneer John McAfee has been accused of sending threatening emails and having associates in an armed motorcycle gang by a former property manager at his Oregon apartment.
Canadian Business Magazine
Recalls this week include baby monitors, children's pyjamas, food processors
About 600,000 baby monitors are being recalled after a cord component was found to be responsible for the strangulation deaths of two infants.
The Daily Herald
Tornado confirmed in Van Wert County
National Weather Service officials were in Van Wert County on Monday surveying damage from Sunday's storms.
Pez Bookshelf: Wiener Mechanikerrader 1930-1980
Vienna: it conjures up images of schnitzel, strudel and Johann Strauss waltzes but a new book from a tradition-rich publishing house in the Austrian capital reveals another aspect of the city now nearly forgotten: the construction of bicycles, often in tiny workshops and to a surprisingly high technical and aesthetic standard.
Palm Springs Cultural Center Brings Tribute to Legendary Film...
The Palm Springs Cultural Center announces a new addition to its annual line-up of cultural programs and special events -- The Stanley Kramer Film Festival will debut at Camelot Theatres today, November 15th and run through Sunday, November 17th.