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Nowhere to go (British Medical Journal)
So far in this election the debate on health policy has been reduced to a series of headline seeking but largely irrelevant issues, like methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and hospital cleaning, matrons, health checks for immigrants, and new children''s hospitals.

billingsgazette.com - Montana and Wyoming news and classifieds (Billings Gazette)
On April 15, a man walked into a Bureau of Land Management facility and, under false pretense, purchased six wild mustangs for a paltry fee of $300 ($50 each).

The Saga of John and Terry Wheeler Continues (Kitco.com)
The following short story is hypothetical in nature, but is based on what was, what is and what will be. Things could have been better, but they could have been worse.

Softball fundraisers strengthen youth (Quad-City Times)
This is in response to Do fundraisers exploit children? The answer is no. To beg is to ask for charity and is associated with giving help to the needy or the poor.

Does Open Source = Closed Mind? (BetaNews)
Does Open Source = Closed Mind? "What''s LI-Nux?" The question came from my cousin, Mary an art teacher. Mary is the first to acknowledge that she knows little about operating systems and has no interest in them, though she is an avowed Macintosh enthusiast.

TESCO MAKES £64 A SECOND (Daily Mirror)
TESCO set a new milestone for British business yesterday when it became the first UK store chain to make annual profits of more than £2billion. The 20 per cent increase means the supermarket giant is making £64 every second.

The Ailing Back Of The Disasporan (Ghanaweb.com)
Like Daniel in the lion''s den and Jonah in the belly of the whale, a lot of diasporans continue to winter the brutish life of living away from home in a bid to better their lot. The spring doth come but it too has its own set of problems.

Nowhere to go (British Medical Journal)
So far in this election the debate on health policy has been reduced to a series of headline seeking but largely irrelevant issues, like methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus and hospital cleaning, matrons, health checks for immigrants, and new children''s hospitals.

Softball fundraisers strengthen youth (Quad-City Times)
This is in response to Do fundraisers exploit children? The answer is no. To beg is to ask for charity and is associated with giving help to the needy or the poor.

TESCO MAKES £64 A SECOND (Daily Mirror)
TESCO set a new milestone for British business yesterday when it became the first UK store chain to make annual profits of more than £2billion. The 20 per cent increase means the supermarket giant is making £64 every second.

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