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Perth garden store looking for jolly residents to take on role of Santa this Christmas

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A Perth garden centre is looking to bring on new staff – to fill the boots of Santa.

Dobbies is looking for a jolly local to take on the role at their in-store experiences this December, while the real thing is busy at the North Pole preparing for Christmas.

The successful applicant will be charged with bringing the magic of Christmas to life for customers of all ages.

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As well as working in the grotto, Santa will also meet with family groups at Dobbies’ festive breakfast and party events.

Candidates will be asked to spread happiness and capture the imagination of children of all ages

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Of course, Santa and his elves still needs to adhere to social distancing guidelines, and his grotto experience will be slightly different from

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Kitchen fire damages El Cajon apartment units, 20 residents displaced

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EL CAJON, Calif. (CNS) – An unattended kitchen stove was blamed for an apartment fire in El Cajon Tuesday evening that caused damage to six apartments and displaced at least 20 residents.

Deputies responded to the 400 block of East Bradley Avenue, near Magnolia Avenue, about 7:25 p.m. and found a second story apartment fully engulfed in flames, according to Sgt. Patrick Fox of the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.

The fire immediately threatened at least 10 apartments, all of which were evacuated, and an additional 10 apartments directly south of where the fire occurred were evacuated as a precaution, Fox said.

Firefighters from the San Miguel, Santee and El Cajon fire departments were able to extinguish the flames and deputies learned no one was inside the apartment when the fire started, he said.

The occupants of the apartment where the fire began were interviewed by authorities and it was

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Garden City residents meet over crime concerns

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GARDEN CITY, Ga. (WTOC) – After a deadly double shooting and several other acts of gun violence, Garden City leaders and residents came together at a community meeting Monday night to discuss how to make their community safe again.



a group of people sitting at a bus stop: After a deadly double shooting and several other acts of gun violence, Garden City leaders and residents came together at a community meeting Monday night to discuss how to make their community safe again.


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After a deadly double shooting and several other acts of gun violence, Garden City leaders and residents came together at a community meeting Monday night to discuss how to make their community safe again.

“I never even thought it could come to this in my lifetime,” said resident Melvin Pinckney.

Melvin Pinckney has lived in the Rossignol Hill neighborhood for 80 years. He is just one of many concerned Rossignol Hill residents who came to the Garden City Homestead Association’s community meeting.

Members of the association, along with the police department and city council, voiced their concerns about the violence in the area.

During the

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PMC garden department against re-opening public gardens as residents question decision

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Despite a growing demand to re-open the public gardens across the city, the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) is firm on keeping it shut as a preventive measure in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.

PMC garden department head Ashok Ghorpade said, “Mainly senior citizens and children visit gardens. Both are vulnerable age groups in the current Covid-19 situation. Two months ago, the PMC opened 13 gardens for exercise, but the experience was bad. Considering the present situation, it is not possible to open public gardens.”

According to Ghorpade, the state government’s government resolution (GR) is very clear and it has banned the opening of the public gardens.

“No other municipal corporation in Maharashtra, including Mumbai, has opened public gardens yet,” Ghorpade said.

“If gardens reopen, it could become hotspots as people will begin using the benches, play with toys and also use the exercise equipment in

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Michigan Residents Call for Whitmer’s Impeachment After Her ‘Stay-Home’ Order Bans Purchasing Car Seats and Garden Supplies

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Gretchen Whitmer is clearly out of her gourd.

She’s extended the stay-home order until May 1st and has tightened up regulations even more by banning residents from traveling to friends and families homes, as well as preventing the purchase of “non-essential” items like garden supplies and children’s car seats.

Well, Michigan residents have had enough and are taking to social media to call for Whitmer’s impeachment for this insane overreach of power.

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