Month: July 2017

Classified Ads July 11, 201 – Weekly News Journal

Now hiring Farm Positions Available Pasco Farming in Paul, ID is seeking qualified applicants for the following positions: Field Mechanic – Must have in depth knowledge of farm equipment AND welding/fabrication skills AND make on site repairs. Tractor Operator – Must have previous experience operating farm equipment. Irrigation Helper – Must have in depth knowledge [Continue]

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Classified Ads July 4, 2017 – Weekly News Journal

Now Hiring Help Wanted: Seamstress full-time position in Burley. Must have some sewing experience. Call 431-8786. (TFN) General laborers. Pay $10-$18 DOE. Apply in person. 231 W. 50 S. in Rupert. IMCO Interstate Manufacturing. Schows is in need of an Outside Sales Rep. Candidate will be responsible to build relationships with community/farms. Strongly prefer bilingual. [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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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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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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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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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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