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High-ranking FIFA officials arrested

intelligencer.ca - Authorities in Zurich, Switzerland on Wednesday launched an operation to arrest several high-ranking FIFA officials on corruption charges and extradite them to the United States, the New York Times...

Beszterczey defence points to suspect's mental ill

intelligencer.ca - Stephen Beszterczey’s lawyer opened his defence telling the jury, due to his client’s documented mental disorder, he’s not criminally responsible for his wife’s September 2012 slaying. “That does n...

'He's the right fit' | The Belleville Intelligencer

intelligencer.ca - Jake Grimes has gone from mourning the loss of his Belleville Bulls family to the excitement of joining the Peterborough Petes family — within weeks. A Bulls alumnus and assistant coach for 11 seas...

Why tomato juice tastes better on a plane

intelligencer.ca - Ever noticed how tomato juice tastes better on a plane? Cornell University researchers say there's a scientific reason for that. While tomato juice isn't the most popular beverage at, say, restaura...

5 Top Reasons to take a Wine Tour

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thewinetourist.wordpress.com - Treat yourself to a real wine tour in 2015 – the kind with a bus, a guide and an itinerary. It’s worth the cost in terms of information, safety and pure enjoyment. Here are my top five reasons why ...

Belleville Ontario

Belleville is a city located at the mouth of the Moira River on the Bay of Quinte in Southern (Southeastern) Ontario, Canada,

Quinte News

quintenews.com - A new law passed today in the legislature means electronic cigarettes will be treated the same way as regular smokes in Ontario. That means e-cigarettes can’t be sold to those under 19, their promo...

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Quinte News

quintenews.com - If you’ve been around Trenton for anytime, you know him. Much loved Trenton boy, Doug Whitney, passed away suddenly tonight. Now a popular member of Quinte West council, Doug Whitney was born and r...

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Quinte News

quintenews.com - A partial burn ban is in effect in Prince Edward County. Fire officials say heavy winds have forced the ban the only burning allowed must be in an enclosed barrel for the time being.

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