Author Archive | belinda

Tower Bay Two Adjoining Houses

KELLY BRADSHAW DALTON take great pleasure in offering the market this unique, once in a lifetime, opportunity to acquire 3 and 4 Tower Bay, Portrane, Co. Dublin. Two adjoining properties on a large site quietly positioned in a serene and elevated setting with a garden gate allowing your very own private access down to the […]

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Leaving Panama After 8 Years

When I first arrived here I couldn’t ask for the bathroom in Spanish.  Now I can tell a joke while navigating the chaotic traffic like a local.  I live in a beautiful water front apartment with my ex-partner (now best friend). I’ve discovered a whole new world and a new me. I love it here […]

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15 Absolutely Unique Breed of Dogs

There are scores of dog breeds from hairless to long haired and wire haired, toy dogs, companionship and ornamental dogs, sporting dogs, herding and flocking dogs and many others. It originated in the Italian Alps and its most distinctive feature is the unusual felted coat. It can also be considered a breed of dog without […]

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Alberta wildfire smoke descends on Edmonton

Alberta wildfire smoke descends on Edmonton Friday, the lowest risk, and is forecast for 2 through the day. The weather forecast holds rain 5 to 10 mm and a high of 13C. Environment Canada issued an air quality statement Thursday afternoon after smoke from wildfires burning in northern Alberta carried a thick layer of smoke […]

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Alachua Mayor Accused Of Attacking Driver

Alachua Mayor Accused Of Attacking Driver Using Racial Slurs While Drunk ALACHUA A North Central Florida mayor stands accused of attacking a man and using racial slurs. A truck driver asked the mayor of Alachua for directions. He says that’s when things got ugly. Timothy Dixon is not from around here. He’s from Memphis Tennessee […]

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Alaska celebrates first annual Wild Salmon Day

Alaska celebrates first annual Wild Salmon Day with public salmon bake in Anchorage Alaska’s wild salmon are in the spotlight Wednesday as the state celebrates its first ever Alaska Wild Salmon Day. Proclaimed by Alaska Governor Bill Walker with the siging of House Bill 128, August 10 honors Alaska salmon as “the quintessential taste of […]

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Birth of the Get Lean Program

My Uncle once told me about the “signposts” of life.  He explained, a signpost is when something or someone comes along, signaling the path you should take.  They’re easy to miss when you’re caught up charging down the highway of life at 100km per hour. Time to slow down and start taking notice. My sister visits […]

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All Nations Centre plans expansion

The All Nations Centre is looking to expand part of its building to improve services to clients. A bout of fundraising has kicked off to increase space onto the building on the corner of Sparks St. and Davis Ave. to include a walk in freezer, showers and laundry services. One of the items hoping to […]

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Albemarle hammers Hickory to reach 5A final

Albemarle hammers Hickory to reach 5A final BURKE There was no dog pile after the final horn sounded in Friday’s 5A boys soccer state semifinal at Lake Braddock High School. Nobody hit their knees in celebration, and all jerseys remained in place despite the sweltering, mid day heat. Albemarle was all business after a 4 […]

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113 Bunting Lane

A spacious, beautiful home located just two lots back from the oceanfront, in highly desirable Sanderling in Duck! With two remodels, the owners have made this a one of a kind property that works equally well as an investment rental or a wonderful second home. The first remodel added a new living area to the […]

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