Month: April 2017

RoofersCoffeeShop.com Launches Complimentary Work Wanted … – PR Web (press release)

Yorba Linda, California (PRWEB)April 24, 2017 RoofersCoffeeShop.com (RCS), the place where the industry meets for technology, information and everyday business announces the launch of free work wanted classified advertising through 2017. Understanding the need for labor, RoofersCoffeeShop.com is committed to helping people who are looking for work in the roofing industry. RoofersCoffeeShop.com has always offered [Continue]

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Newcastle Council spent $169000 on 'glorified ad' with National Geographic | poll – Newcastle Herald

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WASTEFUL: Liberal Councillor Brad Luke says the council has wasted ratepayers money on a National Geographic ‘smart cities program’ he said was a ‘glorified advertorial’. PICTURE: Simone De Peak NEWCASTLE Council has defended spending $130,000 on an advertising campaign with National Geographic Traveler magazine, despite not taking part in a London “smart cities forum” billed [Continue]

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Legal 'sex-for-rent' classified ads raise controversy in Britain: Report – Washington Times

It’s perfectly legal in the United Kingdom to advertise housing rentals in exchange for sex, but vulnerable women are likely to be exploited by the controversial practice, the BBC reported Thursday. “One student described how she felt her only option was a ‘sex-for-rent’ deal,” the British news service noted. “She said she had fled an [Continue]

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Newcastle Council spent $169000 on 'glorified ad' with National Geographic | poll – Newcastle Herald

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WASTEFUL: Liberal Councillor Brad Luke says the council has wasted ratepayers money on a National Geographic ‘smart cities program’ he said was a ‘glorified advertorial’. PICTURE: Simone De Peak NEWCASTLE Council has defended spending $130,000 on an advertising campaign with National Geographic Traveler magazine, despite not taking part in a London “smart cities forum” billed [Continue]

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Legal 'sex-for-rent' classified ads raise controversy in Britain: Report – Washington Times

It’s perfectly legal in the United Kingdom to advertise housing rentals in exchange for sex, but vulnerable women are likely to be exploited by the controversial practice, the BBC reported Thursday. “One student described how she felt her only option was a ‘sex-for-rent’ deal,” the British news service noted. “She said she had fled an [Continue]

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Newcastle Council spent $169000 on 'glorified ad' with National Geographic | poll – Newcastle Herald

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WASTEFUL: Liberal Councillor Brad Luke says the council has wasted ratepayers money on a National Geographic ‘smart cities program’ he said was a ‘glorified advertorial’. PICTURE: Simone De Peak NEWCASTLE Council has defended spending $130,000 on an advertising campaign with National Geographic Traveler magazine, despite not taking part in a London “smart cities forum” billed [Continue]

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Legal 'sex-for-rent' classified ads raise controversy in Britain: Report – Washington Times

It’s perfectly legal in the United Kingdom to advertise housing rentals in exchange for sex, but vulnerable women are likely to be exploited by the controversial practice, the BBC reported Thursday. “One student described how she felt her only option was a ‘sex-for-rent’ deal,” the British news service noted. “She said she had fled an [Continue]

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Newcastle Council spent $169000 on 'glorified ad' with National Geographic | poll – Newcastle Herald

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WASTEFUL: Liberal Councillor Brad Luke says the council has wasted ratepayers money on a National Geographic ‘smart cities program’ he said was a ‘glorified advertorial’. PICTURE: Simone De Peak NEWCASTLE Council has defended spending $130,000 on an advertising campaign with National Geographic Traveler magazine, despite not taking part in a London “smart cities forum” billed [Continue]

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Legal 'sex-for-rent' classified ads raise controversy in Britain: Report – Washington Times

It’s perfectly legal in the United Kingdom to advertise housing rentals in exchange for sex, but vulnerable women are likely to be exploited by the controversial practice, the BBC reported Thursday. “One student described how she felt her only option was a ‘sex-for-rent’ deal,” the British news service noted. “She said she had fled an [Continue]

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Newcastle Council spent $169000 on 'glorified ad' with National Geographic | poll – Newcastle Herald

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WASTEFUL: Liberal Councillor Brad Luke says the council has wasted ratepayers money on a National Geographic ‘smart cities program’ he said was a ‘glorified advertorial’. PICTURE: Simone De Peak NEWCASTLE Council has defended spending $130,000 on an advertising campaign with National Geographic Traveler magazine, despite not taking part in a London “smart cities forum” billed [Continue]

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