Local Press

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Mills Observatory - History
... Articles on current celestial objects were written in the local press by the Reverend John Lees, who usually acted as chairman at public lectures given at the Observatory by visiting astronomers ... At first the Town Council refused, and there was much correspondence in the local press, and indignation among local amateurs, that the University should ... In view of this, one of the keenest of the local amateurs, Harry Ford, a technician at Queen's College, became his assistant, and acted as Curator in Dr ...
Weatherfield - Local Press
... Weatherfield has its own local newspaper, The Weatherfield Gazette ... A free local newspaper also existed until 1990, known as The Weatherfield Recorder, Also Weatherfield has a tabloid newspaper called The Daily Pulse ...
Dome Cinema, Worthing - The Dome - The Restoration of The Dome
... The story was carried in the local press and allowed the purchase of the freehold from the borough council to go ahead ... The reopening was covered by the local press ... raised £500,000 itself first to demonstrate sufficient local interest to make the project worthwhile ...
Censorship In Singapore - Print Media - Local Press
... The local papers.. ... including the flagship Straits Times are printed by Singapore Press Holdings, whose management shareholders are appointed by the government in accordance with the Newspaper and Printing Presses Act of ... countries in terms of freedom of the press ...
Johnston Publishing (NI) - Century Press/Belfast News Letter
... Century Press and Publishing's main title was the News Letter a leading daily in Northern Ireland ... Journal Group to the 3i holding company Local Press Ltd for £46.3m ... Local Press was then purchased by Johnston Press a year later in November 2005 for a reported £65m ...

Famous quotes containing the words press and/or local:

    The press is, almost without exception, corrupt.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The difference between de jure and de facto segregation is the difference open, forthright bigotry and the shamefaced kind that works through unwritten agreements between real estate dealers, school officials, and local politicians.
    Shirley Chisholm (b. 1924)