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1. Veteran jazzman Bob Belden kicked the bucket

2. Shuttler Saina Nehwal of Asian country graded No.1 in single rankings free by BWF

3. India reached sixth position in terms of scientific publications… 142 more words

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Friday's Free for All

Barry talks with Daisy, Winston, and Kirk about lying public servants, open prisons, and a new survey.


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Christian Life

22nd of May 2015.

As many people may know, today, the 22nd of May is possibly one of the most important days in Irish history.

Today our country went to vote on whether or not we should allow same sex couples to marry. 459 more words


One Small Step

On most occasions, with all due respect, a Twenty 20 match against Zimbabwe may not mark any great significance, or indeed be very popular. However, the match between Pakistan and Zimbabwe today at the Gaddafi stadium in Lahore is due to be a sell-out, stands heaving and ballots oversubscribed; this is for one reason – today marks the end of a 6 year exile, as international cricket returns to Pakistan. 146 more words

Current Affairs

Hello Blogging World

Dear Blogging World,

Welcome to Plugged In.

Here you will find art, music, poetry, current affairs, food, writing, fashion,  news, drama, literature and my dog – Lola. 30 more words


Campbell, Live

This is not the end. And while it’s a loss, it’s not a defeat by any means. The departure of John Campbell from Campbell Live isn’t the end of current affairs on television, but the ominous parping from MediaWorks about its replacement places it in the endangered category. 502 more words

NZ Politics


Kiantai is quite an alluring young woman. Hmmm, what does she want with me? I hear on the grapevine that she has a boyfriend whom I wouldn’t like to tussle with, isn’t she also close to Martin Brewster? 169 more words

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