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Swansea

'''. The city's main evening paper - available from Monday to Saturday at news stands throughout the city - the best publication for finding out about job openings, events or just for keeping up to date on developments in the city. *'''Swansea Sound'''. One of the first local radio stations to take to the air in the UK. Popular oldies music is a regular feature as well as news, current affairs and discussion programs. Welsh language programming is broadcast daily when the station is known as Sain Abertawe. Swansea Sound broadcasts at 1170MW and DAB digital radio. * '''The Wave'''. Covers similar ground as their sister station, Swansea Sound, but is aimed at a younger audience by providing a mix of popular music including mainly current chart and contemporary hits, as well as news, local information and entertainment. The station is available on 96.4FM and DAB. *'''Bay Radio''' Broadcasts to the same area as The Wave & Swansea Sound. Includes easy listening music as well as an adult orientated format. Available on 102.1FM. *'''What's On'''. This is monthly information booklet published by the city council listing up-coming events and movie information. The booklet is available free from the main tourist office or from cafes, restaurants and hotels in tourist areas.A bi-monthly booklet issued free and covering the mystical and spiritual aspect of Swansea. A good resource to find information on local Buddhist groups, tai'chi and yoga classes and reiki and shiatsu practitioners. Compass is available from the main tourist office and from cafes and restaurants, particularly those in the Mumbles and bed-sit area of Uplands. *''' Tonnau'''. A locally produced magazine dedicated to the surfing community. Copies can be picked up at stores selling surfing equipment and newsagents in sea-side locations. *'''Swansea Life Magazine'''. A glossy magazine covering all the hot topics in the Swansea area. Sold at most newsagents in the city. *'''Swansea.com'''. Information guide on hotels, bars, nightclubs and what to do in the city. Keep fit *'''Bishopston Leisure Centre''', The Glebe, Bishopston. Tel''+44 1792'' 235040. Bishopston features a well equipped gym, a sports hall and tennis courts. *'''The LC''' or Swansea Leisure Centre (see Swimming section above) features a comprehensive gymnasium and spa. *'''Village Swansea Health & Fitness Club''', Langdon Road (Off Fabian Way), SA1 Waterfront. Tel:''+44 844'' 847-2970. Offers state of the art leisure facilities on a truly impressive scale. Open to both hotel guests and club members. Features a 25m swimming pool, cardio and resistance training equipment, sauna, aerobic studio and whirlpool spa. Religious Services There are many religious and spiritual groups meeting in Swansea. Below is just a representative of the most common. *'''Dzogchen Community''' (Buddhist - Nyingma Tradition) e-mail: andrew.cadmore@dzogchencommunity.org (Regular meetings in Fforestfach). *'''Friends Meeting House''', 168 St Helen's Road. Quaker. *'''The Heyokah Centre''', The Retreat, 2 Humphrey Street. Tel:''+44 1792'' 457880. Native American practices. *'''Swansea Congregational Jehovah Witnesses''', Kingdom Hall, Uplands. Tel:''+44 1792'' 411861 *'''Pulpung Changchub Dargyeling''' (Buddhist - Kagyu Tradition), 7 Benbow Close, Sketty Tel:''+44 1792'' 524282 (Annzella Gregg). e-mail: palpungchangchubdargyeling@ymail.com (meetings on Wednesdays 7-9PM) *


Nottingham

There are also three community radio stations serving the city. Faza FM on 97.1FM, has been broadcasting since 2002 and is aimed at Asian women and their families. Dawn FM on 107.6FM used to share its broadcast hours with Faza, but in 2006 became a separate service in its own right – broadcasting news, current affairs and music of relevance to the Asian (specifically Islamic) community within the city. Kemet Radio on 97.5, launched in 2007 and broadcasts urban music while also serving the Afro-Caribbean community. Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Nottinghamshire Nottingham Commons:Category:Nottingham


Sheffield

worked as a producer and presenter for several BBC radio stations, including BBC Radio Sheffield, BBC Radio York and BBC Radio Humberside, covering news, current affairs and magazine programmes. Recent engagements include the Official Opening of Sheffield City Hall, Sheffield's Off-The-Shelf Literature Festival; hosting the public 'Sheffield First' strategy launch and Danceworks UK. East Midlands Trains Mainline services from Leeds, Sheffield and London run through at high speed, but do not stop. Interchange with Mainline services can be made at Derby (Derby Midland railway station) and Nottingham (Nottingham railway station). - 2 10 April 1920 Hillsborough Stadium, Sheffield WikiPedia:Sheffield Commons:Category:Sheffield


Dubai

the popular independent Pakistani news channels Geo News and ARY One World on the demand of Pakistan's military regime led by General Pervez Musharraf. This was implemented by du (du (telecom)) Samacom disabling their SDI & ASI streams. Later, policy makers in Dubai permitted these channels to air their entertainment programs, but news, current affairs and political analysis were forbidden. Although subsequently the conditions were removed, marked differences have since been observed in their coverage. This incident has had a serious impact on all organizations in the media city with Geo TV and ARY OneWorld considering relocation. Gulf News - Pakistani TV channels may move out of Dubai Media City Gulf News - Geo TV also plans to move out of Dubai NDTV.com - Geo TV hints at options outside of Dubai location Downtown (Downtown Dubai) Dubai, United Arab Emirates '''The Dubai Mall''' is the world's largest shopping mall based on total area and sixth largest by gross leasable area. Located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, it is part of the 20-billion-dollar Burj Khalifa complex, and includes 1,200 shops. http: www.emaar.com index.aspx?page the-dubai-mall gulfnews.com, Dubai Mall: A milestone harks back to humble origins Access to the mall is provided via Doha Street, rebuilt as a double-decker road in April 2009. Commons:Category:Dubai Wikipedia:Dubai Dmoz:Regional Middle East United Arab Emirates Dubai


Pakistan

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the tagline "Freedom to Create." The Dubai government had ordered Tecom to shut down the popular independent Pakistani news channels Geo News and ARY One World on the demand of Pakistan's military regime led by General Pervez Musharraf. This was implemented by du (du (telecom)) Samacom disabling their SDI & ASI streams. Later, policy makers in Dubai permitted these channels to air their entertainment programs, but news, current affairs and political analysis were forbidden. Although subsequently the conditions were removed, marked differences have since been observed in their coverage. This incident has had a serious impact on all organizations in the media city with Geo TV and ARY OneWorld considering relocation. Gulf News - Pakistani TV channels may move out of Dubai Media City Gulf News - Geo TV also plans to move out of Dubai NDTV.com - Geo TV hints at options outside of Dubai doi accessdate 2011 The ''Badr-I'' was Pakistan's first indigenously developed and manufactured digital communications and an experimental artificial satellite which was launched into low Earth orbit by Pakistan on July 16, 1990, through a Chinese rocket carrier. Commons:Category:Pakistan WikiPedia:Pakistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan


Memphis, Tennessee

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Cyprus

''. Recently however, MEGA has overtaken ANT1 as the most-popular network. Programming consists of comedies, dramas, news, current affairs programs, gameshows and entertainment shows. They sailed first to Cyprus and spent the winter on the island, negotiating with various other powers in the east; the Latin Empire set up after the Fourth Crusade asked for his help against the Byzantine (Byzantine Empire) Empire of Nicaea, and the Principality of Antioch and the Knights


New Zealand

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, sitcoms, and reality shows. *'''TV3''', owned by independent broadcaster Mediaworks. News, current affairs and general entertainment. *'''FOUR''', owned by Mediaworks. Kids shows (daytime) and general entertainment (prime time). You'll be looking hard to find any local programming on this channel - it's nearly all American. *'''Māori Television''', state broadcaster. Bilingual English Māori channel with news, current affairs and general entertainment from a Māori point-of-view together with an eclectic selection of documentaries and non-Anglo films *'''Prime''', owned by pay television operator Sky. General entertainment and sport. *'''ChoiceTV''', a digital-only channel launched in 2012 that airs many British programmes. *'''Al Jazeera''', Qatar government funded channel, broadcasting news, analysis and hard-hitting documentaries without advertising 24 7. *'''Parliament TV''', watch the soap-opera that is the New Zealand House of Representatives in action (when it is in session). *'''CTV8''', news, films, documentaries and game shows in Mandarin. Wikipedia:New Zealand Commons:Category:New Zealand Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand


Romania

''Windows of the World'', Crump holds a discussion on sports issues at 20:45, called ''The Final Whistle'', with New Zealand sports journalists Joseph Romanos or Penny Miles, American journalist Helene Elliott or British journalist Richard Fleming. Radio New Zealand News current affairs programme ''Insight'' begins 21:06, and at 21:40 Crump is joined by one of the programme's international correspondents. These include Tara Fitzgerald from Mexico, Dorothy Wickham from Solomon Islands, Emma


Republic of Ireland

Kennedy. The main emphasis was news, current affairs (current affairs (news format)) and comedy, but sadly it never worked and the show lost thousands of listeners in the two years it aired .. Republic of Ireland The RBL has a branch in the Republic of Ireland and holds a yearly poppy appeal there. It also holds a wreath-laying ceremony in July to coincide with the state's National Day of Commemoration. This ceremony is attended by the President of Ireland and is held


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