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Informal traders in Jo'burg have gone to the courts to preserve their right to trade. (Madelene Cronje) The City of Jo'burg is about to face its second court application regarding the "illegal" removal of informal traders from the inner city centre...
So says a plaque at a public university in Lincoln's home state of Illinois, where, since 1905, students at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago have seen the nation's 16 th president and quite possibly its most influential honored as a
Please enter the word you see in the image below: Hillhouse High School Principal Kermit Carolina, who ran for mayor in the September Democratic primary , is weighing another run for public officethis time for the state Senate seat being vacated by
Auckland [ change ] Thunder Max 18° Min 11° Hamilton luring developers to the inner city Frances Cook, Newstalk ZB November 7, 2013, 3:13 pm Developers are being enticed to get to work in Hamilton's inner city, with new rules and lower costs for
She was excited and proud of how the streets of Johannesburg's city centre looked after a recent "clean sweep" operation, which has seen at least 6 000 hawkers barred from trading in the city. Despite condemnation from various quarters about the
Resident Simone Pearson says she is now excited about raising her young family in Christchurch's transforming inner city. The Christchurch developer says businesses could cash in from the Government's transport plan. Christchurch's new transport has
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Wellingtonians are embracing inner-city living, with nearly 13,000 now calling the CBD home. Census figures published yesterday show that, while the population in many of the southern and western suburbs has stagnated, the inner city is thriving.
Something is rotten in the state of the Australian housing market. The land of the fair go has given rise to some of the most unaffordable homes in the world. The proportion of Aussies who own their own homes is falling, creating a chasm of wealth
Education Secretary Michael Gove invited Linsday Johns to address the Tory party conference on the inane, dumbed down methods used by some schools to make the classics more relevant to young black children. Mr Johns hit out at the use of street slang,