History[ edit ] Following the success of the first series of the American original of The Apprentice on NBC , which drew in considerable viewing figures, rumours began to surface that there was a possibility the programme could receive a UK version. In March , FremantleMedia confirmed that these rumours were true,  revealing that it was in negotiations to sell the rights to the UK franchise with two broadcasters – BBC and Channel 4. At the time, the broadcaster’s initial choices included Philip Green , Felix Dennis , and Michael O’Leary ,    but when approached to front the programme, each respectfully declined the offer given to them. Eventually, the BBC approached Alan Sugar as their next choice, and on 19 May , they announced that he had been chosen to head the programme’s first series. Candidate selection[ edit ] The show’s initial stage, which is not filmed, focuses on open auditions and interviews held across the country ; this stage searches for the candidates for a series before filming of it begins, which often attracts thousands of applicants. Following this, between 20 and 30 applicants are chosen and given an assessment by a psychologist, receiving further checks by the production team and providing them with references, before the final line-up is selected from this group and filming can begin. The number of candidates who appear in a series has varied over the show’s history, though always consists of a balanced number of men and women, with the exception of the fifth series in which a candidate was forced to drop out before filming began, leaving little time for a replacement to be found. For the first two series, fourteen candidates were selected to take part, before this figure was increased to sixteen between the third and ninth series to allow for multiply firings to occur at Lord Sugar’s discretion. To mark the tenth series of the show, the production team allowed twenty candidates to take part, the highest number of participants across any variation of The Apprentice.
Permalink for this paragraph 0 The oaths of allegiance to George I, tendered to the nation in the autumn and winter of , represent the last exercise in mass public oath-taking and individual county returns can feature thousands of names the largest so far identified — the Devon returns — feature some However, unlike similar documents such as the Protestation of in the House of Lords Record Office or the Association of in the National Archives , the returns for this oath were not collected centrally.
Instead, oath rolls are most often found in quarter sessions records as the oaths were subscribed at special Midsummer and Michaelmas sessions in First, about 3 in 10 of those subscribing the Devon returns were women and high numbers of female subscribers have also been noted in other county returns that have so far been examined Norfolk and Worcestershire. Second, some returns also include details of occupation and social status for men , and marital status for women. Initially, in order to accommodate those who had conscientious objections to the manner in which this dynastic change had been effected, the new oaths of allegiance to William and Mary effectively required that swearers recognise them only as de facto monarchs:
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History[ edit ] The City of Langford was officially incorporated on December 8, In the early s, the region of Langford experienced a short-lived gold rush in what is now Goldstream Provincial Park. Activities in Langford include shopping at the many retail stores at Millstream Village  and Westshore Town Centre  formerly Canwest Mall with its 55 stores and services including major department, grocery, and retail chain stores as well as a seven-screen Cineplex  movie theatre.
Community events include many parades, seasonal Goldstream farmer’s market,  the Summer Festival, and Luxton Fair. The large community resort offers a system of mountain bike trails as the training centre for the Canadian National Mountain Bike Team  and is currently planning the development of clay tennis courts for the national team and a professional disc golf course.
Langford is known for the many nature parks and network of trails popular with hikers and walkers alike including Mill Hill Park, Mount Wells , Thetis Lake Regional Park and the challenging high-elevation Mount Finlayson. Cyclists enjoy the picturesque multi-use Galloping Goose Trail , formerly a railway line, that moves through urban and rural parts of Langford and is used as a commuter trail to downtown Victoria taking only approximately 45 minutes on bicycle starting at Goldstream Village using the Wale Road connector quicker than rush hour traffic.
Langford enjoys a temperate climate with mild temperatures and distinct dry and rainy seasons. The last remaining pockets of arbutus groves and Garry oak meadows are unique to southern Vancouver Island and only about five percent of the ecosystems remain in their natural state, landing on the province’s list of species at risk. The unique Mediterranean characteristics of the island’s climate supports the Garry oak ecosystem and are common in its natural habitat in the few remaining undeveloped areas of Langford and are under threat due to rapid growth, high-density subdivisions, and urbanization.
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Well, the BBC has drafted in former pitman Adrian Loftus to add an authentic touch to the one-off show Paradise being partly filmed on location in Nottingham. The producers called on Last updated on 25 June Comments are off for this story A town clock last used to count down to the Millennium has been started up again, thanks to the Brentwood Gazette. The Gazette Clock is being sponsored by the newspaper in partnership with a local authority and Town Centre Partnership.
The fund total Last updated on 25 June Comments are off for this story An article published in the Brentwood Gazette has helped convince a government to rebuild a hospital. Roger and his Convoy of Hope team Last updated on 25 June Comments are off for this story Brentwood Gazette readers have rallied round to raise cash to help a young Syrian girl disfigured by a rare skin complaint. The partnership, established earlier this year, promotes the High Street and its surrounding areas and has been working with This is Last updated on 25 June Comments are off for this story The anti-sleaze candidate of Tatton, Martin Bell, is preparing to fight for the parliamentary seat of Brentwood and Ongar.
Mr Waite applauded the Gazette for making the event possible and said: And now the Evening Herald, in Plymouth, Last updated on 25 June Comments are off for this story Hardworking staff at the Brentwood Gazette had the chance to relax when journalist Darryl Webber looked into ways of relieving stress in the workplace.
Its Adopt a Desk Campaign will benefit schoolchildren in India, where a little money can go a long way. A whip-round Last updated on 25 June Comments are off for this story.
England and Wales with the exception of the City of London , which was outside the scope of the Act were divided into 60 circuits, with a total of county courts within these circuits. Few permanent courts were needed initially, given the infrequency of court hearings, and temporary accommodation such as a town hall would often be used where there was no existing courthouse for use. The judicial business of the county courts is now carried out by circuit judges a term introduced by the Courts Act and district judges as the post of registrar was renamed by section 74 of the Courts and Legal Services Act In July , further proposals to close 19 county court venues were announced.
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He passed away on July 30, in Loveland, Colorado. Kyle Evans and Rev. Interment followed at 3: On October 25, she married Curtis C. She and her husband welcomed nearly 30 foster children into their home. She was a mother and homemaker and later became an LPN and worked as a nurse at the Plainville Hospital and nursing home, in addition to other hospitals in Kansas and Oklahoma. She also owned and operated a variety store in Protection.
She was an excellent singer, was very loving and caring, and would freely share her love and kindness with everyone she met. Survivors include three sons, William G. Mettlen and husband Roger of Hays, her ex-husband Curtis C. Funeral services were at
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She has been here with Anne since February. Since 20th couldn’t borrow her under those conditions, Anne was announced for the role. Ava’s suspension was suddenly lifted, making her eligible for work at 20th; and that studio snagged her quickly. Her current big moment, however, is Bam Price.
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A trial of the system at daily and weekly papers in the group shows journalists how key activities are carried out in other Last updated on 25 June Comments are off for this story The Brentwood Gazette and Essex Chronicle have unveiled a new look weekly motoring section. Thousands of Dutch people watched as he joined veterans in commemorating Last updated on 25 June Comments are off for this story Editors at two south east weeklies were today beginning new roles at their respective newspapers.
Brentwood Gazette editor Roger Watkins has been promoted to managing editor at the series, while Frank Baldwin has also taken on the role of managing Last updated on 25 June Comments are off for this story Former Press Complaints Commission director Guy Black has been on the receiving end of media interest this week. The move has been welcomed by sports fans and by the many clubs Last updated on 25 June Comments are off for this story The Brentwood Gazette Series has undergone a re-branding exercise, with the introduction of new mastheads.
The website is part of the larger portal This is Essex, Last updated on 25 June Comments are off for this story The Essex Chronicle is moving its printing operation to the Westcountry in a move that will cost more than 50 jobs. The paper, along with its sister paper the Brentwood Gazette, is currently printed in Chelmsford at the Westway, Widford Last updated on 25 June Comments are off for this story The search has begun for successors to the editors at two Northcliffe evening papers.
George Edwards is retiring from the South Wales Evening Post in Swansea after 40 years with the group, while Peter Moore is also retiring, after 20 Last updated on 25 June Comments are off for this story Recent figures show the four newspapers in the Brentwood Gazette Series have increased their readership by more than 1, readers in the past year.
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He became the third Robin at a young age, succeeding Jason Todd as Batman ‘s sidekick. Eventually, he would be forced to give up the identity of Robin, before he was ready and would begin wearing the costume of Red Robin when he’s replaced by Damian Wayne. As a small boy, Tim was taken to Haly’s Circus , where he met Dick Grayson and the Flying Graysons , the same day of their deaths, which he witnessed and could never forget.
Some years later, he saw footage of Batman and Robin apprehending the Penguin and he noticed Robin’s acrobatics, which reminded him of Dick Grayson. Making use of impressive deductive abilities, Tim learned the truth behind Batman and Robin and he followed their careers very closely. After the death of Jason and at the age of 13, Tim noticed a change in Batman’s personality and he went on a quest to reunite Batman and Nightwing, hoping to return the Dynamic Duo back to basics.
The current site of the Slater Funeral Home on Brownsville Road was originally the White Hall Tavern, a stagecoach stop dating from the early s, and the property was later owned by Henry.
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