Dallas. This Lone Star State city has a population of 1,250,950 and a selection of restaurants that add up to 2,666. While the city is known for its BBQ and steak houses there is a surprising mix of great eateries from chic to basic. Ironically, just as winter signifies death, (eg. Death of a relationship, death of our youth, death of our illusions,) there is a certain element of resurrection in this final eventuality. For it is generally after we go through a disaster, we are plopped flat on our backs, sometimes literally, and forced, (even if against our will,) to reflect.
Yesno received 22 votes on the third ballot of the election, which was held during the Keewaywin Conference in Kashechewan, while Waboose received 21. Mike Metatawabin was eliminated on the second ballot, after receiving 12 votes compared to Yesno’s 16 votes and Waboose’s 15 votes. Brian Davey, Lawrence Martin, Doug Semple and David Neegan were eliminated after the first ballot..
When people grow up here, nobody is ever going to come back and get together with old friends and say, I remember the great times we had out there on the strip by Walmart. No, they tend to remember the things that are uptown or downtown because that a more permanent place. If you do not plan for your community and define who you are, the rest of the world will define it for you.
That second vehicle went into a ditch and rolled over several times ejecting a 74 year old man who was in the backseat. The Fond du Lac woman and 72 year old woman who was a front seat passenger had to be extricated from the vehicle. They were taken to St.
Local motorists have been paying more than 20 cents extra per litre at the petrol pump compared to other cities.University of NSW Competition and Consumer Law expert, Associate Professor Frank Zumbo said Broken Hill motorists were not getting the benefits of falling petrol prices.Due to the strong Australian dollar, retail prices across the major capital cities and regional centres have seen their prices dramatically fall by more than 15 cents.He said it was easy to target Broken Hill with high petrol prices because the oil companies could “get away with it”.”It’s now cheaper to import refined unleaded into Australia from Singapore,” Prof. Zumbo said.He said with the cheaper price of importing, local prices should be falling.Fuel prices in Sydney averaged out at $1.12 per litre, Newcastle and Wollongong at $1.15, and Albury at $1.20; according to the Australian Institute of Petroleum (AIP) results released on September 12.Over the course of two months, whilst other cities prices have decreased, Broken Hill has remained unchanged at around $1.30.Prof. Zumbo said there were two possible reason for petrol costing more in regional NSW areas such as Broken Hill.One was that the wholesale price has been kept inflated by the oil companies, he said.Prof Zumbo said oil companies could be creating what he calls a “cosy club,” where they act independently, but shadow each other’s prices for mutual benefit.”The oil companies appear to be playing games across NSW.”He said the prices locally had not moved at all, whilst prices in other centres had decreased dramatically.Prof Zumbo said it was also possible that local retailers were playing games.He said petrol stations could also be following one another and keeping their prices high across the city.Prof Zumbo said transperancy would be the first step in solving the petrol price problem in Broken Hill.”We need to know what the wholesale price is in Broken Hill, so we can (decide) who really is playing games.”He said it would be difficult to find out wholesale prices as oil companies don’t usually reveal them.”We need an investigation into petrol prices in Broken Hill.”Results from the AIP released yesterday show Adelaide prices increased by 9.5%, and nationally prices have risen on average by 3.6 cents to $1.23, still lower than prices locally.Historians believe that Burke and Wills could well have survived their ill fated trek had they befriended the Aborigines.Dr Jonathan King, who is leading the Burke and Wills Environmental Expedition, said yesterday that this trip was about talking to locals about local environmental issues.”We are asking; “What are the environmental problems?” Dr King said.He said it was important as the research conducted would help the federal government decide how to spend the $9.9 billion they have pledged for regional Australia.The expedition from Melbourne to the Gulf of Carpentaria provides a chance to compare the landscape as Burke and Wills saw it in 1860 with today’s..