Why The Bush Family Must Have Saddam Hussein Executed And Soon
(IRAQ) A once-convenient ally of America against Iran was just sentenced to death for ordering the death of about 150 Iraqis over his 35 year reign. I cannot forget that infamous photograph of Donald Rumsfield back in 1980, shaking hands with Hussein after the U.S. armed him to the teeth to battle t(Added: Fri Nov 10 2006)
Families fight for fresh daily pinta -
For Immediate Release
10th November 2006
Families fight for fresh daily pinta
Angry families across the UK are rallying round to sign a petition organised by www.pleasemiss.co.uk, demanding that larger retailers re-think their dairy pricing strategies.
In a recent survey conducted by www(Added: Fri Nov 10 2006)
Republican National Committee Chair Ken Mehlman Outed As Gay Man
RNC CHAIRMAN KEN MEHLMAN OUTED AS GAY MAN
WASHINGTON, DC -- Ken Mehlman, chairman of the Republican National Committee and close advisor to U.S. President Bush, was outed as a gay man on CNN-TV's "Larry King Live" by American political pundit Bill Maher on Wednesday (Nov. 8, 2006). This news (Added: Thu Nov 09 2006)
Western Australian Technology Measures Up Against Climate Change.
10 November 2006
Western Australian Technology Measures Up Against Climate Change
Representatives from the worlds largest manufacturer of solar hot water systems, Solahart, met last week with the UK Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) at the Western Australian Government,(Added: Fri Nov 10 2006)
Migrants face four-year wait to be Australian
MIGRANTS will have to wait at least four years before becoming Australian citizens under a Federal Government proposal expected to be announced today.
They will have also have to take an English language test - and failure would stop them becoming Australian citizens.
The measures are expected(Added: Thu Nov 09 2006)
Force clamps down on discrimination
As part of a major roll-out programme Cambridgeshire Constabulary have installed the market-leading Deaf Alerter® fire alarm and messaging system for Deaf and hard of hearing people. This is part of an increased effort by the force to make improvements in line with Disabilities Discrimination Act.
(Added: Wed Nov 08 2006)
UK Government moves to Australian style points-based immigration system
London -- The United Kingdom's Home Secretary, John Reid, has announced that UK migrants will be points tested for immigration. The new UK system is based on the Australian immigration model of points testing potential migrants. The Australian immigration system is said to be one of the most compreh(Added: Wed Nov 08 2006)
Don't hold Australia back on therapeutic cloning, says Minister
Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs Amanda Vanstone said today she strongly supported allowing therapeutic cloning because science offers great hope.
‘I have a primary, basic view that science offers great hope to humanity – to all of us, to the planet,’ Senator Vanstone said today(Added: Tue Nov 07 2006)
A poem for Remembrance Day - Heroes who saved us....
Heroes who saved us...
Here is a tribute to the veterans of the world wars, written for Armistice Day by ninety year old poet, Kathleen Ross. She is making it available for publication, to be included in any tributes to be made in the media, to coincide with Armistice Day, this Saturday, 11th No(Added: Tue Nov 07 2006)
Australian gold rush for top buying skills
Procurement is the fastest-growing business profession in Australia, but a skills shortage threatens the boom.
Jonathan Dutton, managing director of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply Australia (CIPSA), said it is growing at a rate of 35 per cent a year. The Australian government give(Added: Mon Nov 06 2006)
Mum Jean Murphy, 47, of the Market Estate off North Road, Holloway, launched Kayleigh's petition to get paramedics on all London ambulances.
She has gathered about 10,000 signatures and will submit them to 10 Downing Street on November 24, when Kayleigh would have turned 16.
Ms Murphy said: "T(Added: Fri Nov 03 2006)
New Book features High School of Presidential hopeful BARACK OBAMA
Readers can get a feel for the high school Barack Obama attended by
picking up a copy of PUNAHOU BLUES (ISBN 0974106712). The book offers a
window into the tumultuous 60s and 70s in multicultural Honolulu, from
the viewpoint of a 'hapa haole' (part Hawaiian and part white) boy
narrator searchin(Added: Thu Nov 02 2006)
Father Welcomes Long-Lost Daughter Home to Australia
A father's joyous reunion with his young daughter after years of separation has been hailed as a wonderful example of the human face of Australia's humanitarian programme.
“Scenes like this morning's make you proud to live in a country that welcomes with open arms so many thousands of peo(Added: Thu Nov 02 2006)
Prince Charles to celebrate 58th birthday November 14th.
Prince Charles, heir to the throne in the United Kingdom, will be celebrating his 58th birthday on November 14th, 2006.
As everyone knows Prince Charles is the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth (Queen of the United Kingdom). www.royal.gov.uk
Prince Philip is the father of Prince Charl(Added: Wed Nov 01 2006)
Kentucky Governor Honors Jade Esteban Estrada
Entertainer receives the Bluegrass State's highest accolade
Comedy Central star Jade Esteban Estrada is Kentucky's new Colonel
Frankfort, KY, October 31, 2006 - Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher recently paid tribute to Latin comedian and singer Jade Esteban Estrada by commissioning him the tit(Added: Wed Nov 01 2006)
Sign the Petition to Legalize Online Gambling
This is a call to protest, to every American citizen that is tired of having their rights striped away one at a time, by a government that seems to worry more about getting reelected then improving the lives of its citizens.
The new online gambling ban is causing quite a stir, and many American(Added: Tue Oct 31 2006)
Australia launches program to alleviate skills shortage
The Australian federal government this week launched an A$837 million (C$715 million) program to ease the skills crisis.
The main targets of the program are high school dropouts in need of Year 12 qualifications or vocational training to get a job.
As part of the program, the g(Added: Tue Oct 31 2006)
MI Poll: Granholm Leads DeVos 47% to 43%
Stabenow Leads Bouchard 48% to 42%; President’s Approval At 32%
( EMAILWIRE.COM, October 24, 2006 ) Atlanta, GA – Strategic Vision, LLC, an Atlanta-headquartered public relations and public affairs agency, announced the results of a three-day poll of 1200 likely Michigan voters. The poll has a (Added: Tue Oct 24 2006)
PA Poll: Casey 49%; Santorum 42%
Rendell Leads Swann 57% to 37%; President’s Approval At 35%
( EMAILWIRE.COM, October 24, 2006 ) Atlanta, GA – Strategic Vision, LLC, an Atlanta-headquartered public relations and public affairs agency, announced the results of a three-day poll of 1200 likely voters in Pennsylvania on various (Added: Tue Oct 24 2006)
David Cameron on grandparents.
Press release immediate 24th October 2006
David Cameron has said.
'As we all know, grandparents are the unofficial childminders of Britain. That's why we're looking at whether grandparents and other family members should be able to access the money that the government spends on child care.
(Added: Tue Oct 24 2006)
America's Next President, Daniel Imperato, Independent ticket, Speaks on Rice, Rumsfeld, and Iraq
London, England- October 22, 2006 - In a statement from London, 2008 American Presidential Candidate Daniel Imperato, spoke out on Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, the Shiia situation in Iraq, and US leadership.
While on a global tour, Mr. Imperato has taken the time to address the American p(Added: Mon Oct 23 2006)
Has FOX become an Attack Dog for the Government's Campaign to Silence Critics?
Has the Fox television broadcasting network become an attack dog to silence critics of the Bush administration? A group of American citizens called Scholars for 9/11 Truth says yes. They charge that commentators on the Fox network, already known for its conservative bias, have maliciously compared (Added: Sun Oct 22 2006)
Jadu raises concerns over irresponsible CMS providers
Content management system (CMS) specialist, Jadu, is calling for all CMS providers to better support the e-government metadata standard (e-GMS), for more efficient and collaborative working across the public sector. According to Jadu, some CMS providers are exploiting local authorities by charging a(Added: Fri Oct 20 2006)
More Australian Working Visas Set to be Approved by the Government Next Year
Hawthorn, Australia, 18 October 2006--- For the financial year 2006-2007, the Australian government has launched 20,000 additional job vacancies in its continuing effort to combat skills shortage. A total of more than 100,000 jobs are now available in the land down under, which is what makes the Au(Added: Wed Oct 18 2006)
Lt Colonel Caldwell Powell, Hump Pilot And War Hero, Dies.
Lt Colonel Caldwell Newton (C.N.) Powell, one of the last remaining true U.S. Air Force pilots, passed away late in the evening of October 10th.
He passed away peacefully at the home of his daughter, Sharon Hunt, where he had been residing for the last two and half years.
Lt Colonel is surviv(Added: Sun Oct 15 2006)