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Thursday, June 25, 2015 Live music venues in Edinburgh, Scotland are awaiting a review later this year on the 2005 licensing policy, which places limitations on the volume of amplified music in the city. Investigating into how the policy is affecting the Edinburgh music scene, a group of Wikinews writers interviewed venue owners, academics, the

Petition pressures City of Edinburgh Council to review clause affecting live music scene

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Friday, September 28, 2012 Melbourne, Australia — Monday, following her return from London, Wikinews talked with Amanda Carter, the longest-serving member of Australia’s national wheelchair basketball team (the Gliders). ((Wikinews)) You’re Amanda Carter! Amanda Carter: Yes! ((WN)) And, where were you born? Amanda Carter: I was born in Melbourne. ((WN)) It says here that you

Wikinews interviews Australian Glider Amanda Carter

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Friday, April 9, 2021 On Tuesday, North Korean government announced it would not participate in the delayed Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics “to protect players from the world public health crisis caused by COVID-19”, the Associated Press reported. It is North Korea’s first official withdrawal from Olympics since their boycott of the 1988 Summer Olympics held

North Korea withdraws from Tokyo Olympics, citing COVID-19 concerns

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STS-116 launch scrubbed

Friday, December 8, 2006 NASA has scrubbed the launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on mission STS-116 to the International Space Station during the final stages of the countdown, after the weather conditions were considered unfavourable for launch, due to a low cloud ceiling and strong winds caused by a low front. The launch, which was

STS-116 launch scrubbed

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Sunday, May 18, 2008 An HIV-positive man was sentenced to 35 years in prison Wednesday, one day after being convicted of harassment of a public servant for spitting into the eye and open mouth of a Dallas, Texas police officer in May 2006. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that no

HIV-positive man receives 35 years for spitting on Dallas police officer

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