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Drivers could pay less at city centre car park – Worcester News

Drivers could pay less at city centre car parkWorcester NewsThe fees at St Martin's Gate, off City Walls Road, are in line for a reduction as part of a wide-ranging review of parking across Worcester. The site brought in £587940 during the last ye...

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Texas A&M University Replaces Cisco Wireless Network with Aruba 802.11n to … – MarketWatch (press release)

Texas A&M University Replaces Cisco Wireless Network with Aruba 802.11n to ...MarketWatch (press release)SUNNYVALE, Calif., May 08, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Aruba Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ:ARUN) today announced that Texas A&M University is in the p...

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Inspectors impressed by primary school – This is The West Country

Inspectors impressed by primary schoolThis is The West CountryOne of the county's smallest primary schools, St Martin-in-Meneage, was judged “good” overall during a recent Ofsted inspection. The inspection was one of the first to be carried out...

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Colombia: Major trafficker surrenders to US – Boston.com

BBC NewsColombia: Major trafficker surrenders to USBoston.comBOGOTA, Colombia—An alleged major Colombian drug trafficker whose paramilitary organization controls coastal and border smuggling routes surrendered to US drug agents in Aruba and was flown...

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Colombia: Major trafficker surrenders to US – Fox News

BBC NewsColombia: Major trafficker surrenders to USFox NewsBOGOTA, Colombia – An alleged major Colombian drug trafficker whose paramilitary organization controls coastal and border smuggling routes surrendered to US drug agents in Aruba and was flown...

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Colombia: Major trafficker surrenders to US – The Seattle Times

BBC NewsColombia: Major trafficker surrenders to USThe Seattle TimesAn alleged major Colombian drug trafficker whose paramilitary organization controls coastal and border smuggling routes surrendered to US drug agents in Aruba and was flown to New York...

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