Rotorua Lakes Council’s Rob Pitkethley discusses Rotorua’s new Great Ride

I’m Rob Pitkethley from the Rotorua Lakes Council. I’m the sport, recreation and environment manager and I’m involved in all the forest development projects as part of the Rotorua Lakes Council team. We’re creating the Cycle Trail Great Ride basically around the forest so it’s part of the whole forest development project which included Hub 2 and also the Long…

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Could you move to Tamworth? – The Feed

but he might have a plan for them There are other parts of Australia, I live in one Tamworth: the country music capital of Australia where it’s – BLOODY HOT Well, that’s true – but houses are much cheaper here You can get a four-bedroom house in Tamworth for 350 thousand bucks But just how easy is it to just…

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Tour de Mount Vernon Community Bike Ride 2019

So, we’re at the Tour de Mount Vernon. It’s a community bike ride. This is our fourth annual Tour de Mount Vernon. We have about 150 to 200 bike riders here today to frankly enjoy and tour the southern part of Mount Vernon district in Fairfax County. We’ve got some wonderful sites that they’ll be going to from the Workhouse…

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Tennessee’s Anti-Gay Tourism Commercial

You’re looking at Tennessee. Home of the latest of the anti-gay bills being pushed through state governments. Ours is sitting on Governor Haslam’s desk, but if he signs, soon you could cross the bridge to un-enlightenment. Ride a horse without worrying a gay guy is looking at your butt. Tip toe across humanity to relive a time when people were…

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Learning Service – ORPHANAGE TOURISM

Have you heard of “orphanage tourism”? It’s a popular and growing travel trend Perhaps your tour provider to Asia, Africa or Latin America has included in your itinerary a “visit to a local orphanage” or a “to an orphanage dance show”. If you’re considering these options, or if you are traveling in a developing country and would like to learn…

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Cara: My Breast Cancer Journey

>>Female Speaker: My mom passed from breast cancer when I was three. I get these little glimpses of her through my dad’s memories. My dad was the one who had encouraged me to get genetic testing because I have Ashkenazi Jewish background, and he knew that there was a strong history on my mother’s side in my family. When I…

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Why government agencies should move from DC to the Midwest

We have this mismatch. We have a number of Midwestern cities that are smaller than they used to be. “The city of Detroit has lost nearly two thirds of its population since its post-war peak.” “Cincinnati has lost 40 percent of its population since 1950.” “In 1950, nearly a million people lived in the city of Cleveland. Now, under 400,000.”…

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