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Cooking revolution – The Sun Nigeria

From Adanna Nnamani, Abuja Energy challenge in the country appears unending and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, is no exception. From epileptic electricity supply to protracted petrol scarcity and expensive diesel, the hardship jolts Abuja residents daily, despite being the seat of power. The scarce and expensive Liquified Natural Gas (LPG), also known as …

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Animal rescuers race to reach pets, livestock stranded in Sydney floods

Animal rescuers are working around the clock to rescue and care for pets and livestock caught in floodwaters in western Sydney. Using a boat to access the parts of the Hawkesbury region under water, Crisis Animal Response and Evacuation NSW (CARE NSW) has rescued kangaroos, dogs, horses, and delivered food and supplies to stranded cows. …

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Putting pet car safety first: TripsWithPets poll reveals the method of choice for securing pets in vehicles

July 5, 2022 12:30 PM TripsWithPets.com Posted: July 5, 2022 12:30 PM Updated: July 5, 2022 4:43 PM Pet parents are on the move with their furkids more than ever before. Fortunately, they’re also taking pet safety behind the wheel more seriously. We recently asked a group of pet parents about their preferences for securing …

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Move over Wimbledon, the real jewel of the British sporting summer is here | Women’s Euro 2022

a curious sight appeared in the London skyline late on Monday evening. Tower Bridge stands 43 meters high at its center and for a few moments its entire span was emblazoned with an image of England’s captain, Leah Williamson: bedecked in brilliant England white, a ball at her feet. This was not an isolated phenomenon. …

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The Recorder – Orange cook serving up good stories and meals

Christine Noyes of Orange started working in restaurants when she was 11. She started writing professionally only four and a half years ago. Nevertheless, she sees similarities between the two endeavors. “Really, if you think about it, they’re almost identical,” she told me in a recent interview. “You’re taking bits and pieces of a story …

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