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Bounouh

to school on a daily basis. Bounouh have just commissioned a second middle school, Enfin un deuxième collège pour la commune de Bou-Nouh (Boghni), Journal Liberté, 13 Septembre 2011. two health clinics at Helouane and Ath Telha, and the library named after Farid Ali, premises for the unemployed, cooking gas, and a highly performing football team, The IRBB (Itihad Ryadhi Baladiat Bounouh), to foster the fantastic local talent. However, children are very motivated


South Kesteven

resident) than the UK average, the relatively low local unemployment rate means many residents work outside the district. This also means that unemployed residents would be better looking for employment outside the district. Stamford has a presence in the publishing sector, specialising in domestic pets and aviation, helped by the proximity of EMAP in Orton, Peterborough - a local talent pool to draw on. The main employer in the town is Cummins Generator Technologies. The largest employer in Bourne is the Bourne Prepared Produce site of Bakkavör, who prepare salads, and stir fry (Stir frying) vegetables. The district opened its first purpose-built business innovation centre, called ''Eventus'', Eventus - LCC Eventus - SKDC on the A1175 (A1175 road) at Market Deeping in July 2010. This is to attract high-tech companies, which the district notably lacks (as does most of the county), and was funded by the district and county councils. The district has a stable economy. It lies in the Welland Sub Regional Strategic Partnership (Welland SSP), which covers the district apart from Grantham, and has been run by Welland Enterprise (owned by Norfolk and Waveney Enterprise Services NWES ) based at Stoke Rochford. Grantham is covered by Lincolnshire Enterprise. Lincolnshire Enterprise Outside of the main towns, commercial development has been allocated for Colsterworth and the Roseland Business Park Roseland Group at Long Bennington on part of the former RAF Bottesford. thumb left East Coast Main Line near Uffington (File:Railway crossing - geograph.org.uk - 645621.jpg) The district forms the northern sector of the Peterborough Sub-Region (formed also with Rutland, South Holland, East Northamptonshire, Huntingdonshire and Fenland). Bourne, Stamford and Market Deeping are in Peterborough's Travel to Work Area. North of there, Grantham is the next TTWA (Travel to Work Area). The A15 (A15 road (England)) corridor to Bourne is where most people in the district work in Peterborough. At the 2001 census it was found only 65% of workers work in the district, but 13% go to Peterborough, 3% to Rutland and 2% to North Kesteven. Around 21% of people working in the district live elsewhere - 3% from North Kesteven and Peterborough, and 2% from Rutland. Around 700 people in the district travel to work in London. For neighbouring Rutland, North Kesteven and Newark and Sherwood, an even lower percentage of residents work in their own district - all are dormitory area (Commuter town)s. For the district, the daily Peterborough Evening Telegraph is bought most in Market Deeping. The daily Lincolnshire Echo is not sold in most of the district. For the district, the Nottingham Post is sold mostly in Grantham. In 2011, South Kestevern District Council invested £60,000 to transform a patch of wasteland in Greyfriars into a revitalised play area for children. The initiative is now known as the Arnoldsfield Adventure Area. south of Bourne (Bourne, Lincolnshire). Greatford is noted for Greatford Hall, once the home of Francis Willis (Francis Willis (physician)).


Swift Current

Museum.JPG thumb right Swift Current Museum The city is home to the Swift Current Museum, the Art Gallery of Swift Current, the Lyric Theatre and the Swift Current Library. The city is also host to the Windscape Kite Festival, which is the largest festival of its kind in Western Canada. A group of local talent started up a movie company called Dead Prairies and their first feature-length film "Zombageddon" was filmed in Swift Current. Zombageddon's premiere took place at the Living Sky


Waikiki

of the enormous banyan tree in the center of the market. Filming The movie was shot primarily on the island of Oahu, including the North Shore (North Shore (Oahu)), Mākaha (Mākaha, Hawai'i), Waikīkī (Waikiki), and the JW Marriott (Marriott International) Ihilani Resort & Spa at Ko Olina. The production depended heavily on local talent. Many of the characters in the film are portrayed by real surfers found on the North Shore. Ruben Tejada, who plays J.J., was found


Normal, Illinois

. The mission of the theatre is to bring a high-quality, intimate musical theatre, chamber opera and educational resource to the Bloomington-Normal community. All events are performed and directed by local talent, drawing from a largely untapped but highly skilled pool of professional artists. Annual Events * The '''Sugar


Vernon, British Columbia

by the Regional District of the North Okanagan and operated by the Vernon and District Performing Arts Society. The society presents three series of entertainment including dance, theatre and child oriented. The performing arts centre also hosts hundreds of touring musical acts, local talent and community based events on a yearly basis. The city also hosts The Powerhouse Theatrical Society,this award winning Community theatre group has entertained audiences in Vernon and area for over 50 years


Oakville, Ontario

. Inaugurated in 2002, the event is hosted by CommUnity Arts Space, a local umbrella group advocating for shared physical space for Oakville's arts and cultural groups. Currently the only such multi-disciplinary community festival of its kind in Oakville, the event serves to showcase local talent, skills, crafts, literary art, dance performances, theatre groups and music performances. The event is intended as a symbolic presentation of a "shared space" and is entirely sponsored by local


Bulawayo

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Fredericton

''' is the capital of New Brunswick, Canada. It is located along the St. John River. Fredericton is the cultural, artistic and educational centre of the province. Fredericton boasts two universities - the University of New Brunswick and the liberal arts focused St. Thomas University. Fredericton is also home to cultural institutions such as the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, the York-Sunbury Museum and the Playhouse, the latter which serves as a venue for local talent writers. As well, adding to the city's rich cultural milieu, Fredericton is home to the annual Harvest and Jazz and Blues Festival every fall which attracts regional and international jazz and blues artists. The city also contains a growing IT and commercial sector. The city boasts the highest percentage of residents with a post-secondary education in the province and one of the highest per capita incomes. Understand The population of City of Fredericton is 48,000 (greater Fredericton 81,346, both per 2001 census), although unofficial reports more around 50,750 (greater Fredericton 84,523) due to the student population which is often not counted in official censuses. The City of Fredericton comprises Fredericton proper, and the boroughs of Silverwood, Nashwaaksis, Devon, Barker's Point and Marysville which were incorporated into the city in 1973. The city is situated in the west-central portion of the province and, along with Moncton and Saint John, is one of the main urban centres in Southern New Brunswick. The St. John River flows in a west-east direction, bisecting the city and providing the dominant natural feature for the municipality. Climate WikiPedia: Fredericton commons:Fredericton


Kaohsiung

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