The state of science today – Waterbury Republican American
The state of science today
Waterbury Republican American
A month ago, Australia celebrated its winter solstice. While winters in Australia may not be quite as severe as they are in Connecticut, it is encouraging to see that the citizens of that country decided to do something about their high energy costs

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August temperature record blown away – New Zealand Herald
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August temperature record blown away – Otago Daily Times

Otago Daily Times
August temperature record blown away
Otago Daily Times
To put the figures in context, Dunedin's average maximum temperature during the summer months is 18.4degC and in Queenstown if you used winter solstice as a start date, it was the earliest time of year the alpine town had surpassed 18degC since 1872.

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BECKINGHAM: Gardener’s Club – Gainsborough Standard
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Bookmarks: What’s going on in the book world – Sydney Morning Herald
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The state of science today – Waterbury Republican American
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Sacred Space and Health – Irish America
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A lot of trouble over tables at the OC Fair – OCRegister
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Strong-armed help plea to build mini- Stonehenge

Plenty of brawn is needed to help the brainy folk building a mini Stonehenge at Brockholes nature reserve in Preston this weekend.

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Strong-armed help plea to build mini- Stonehenge – Lancashire Evening Post
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