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  • Cardiff City: Vincent Tan has 'no sympathy' over Malky Mackay - BBC Sport
    BBC SportCardiff City: Vincent Tan has 'no sympathy' over Malky MackayBBC SportThe dossier ended Mackay's hopes of becoming manager at Crystal Palace. "I had no sympathy for him after what he had done. He is the man responsible for us being relegated," said Tan. "It so happens that it [was] timed when he was supposed to get a job ...Vincent Tan 'Has No Sympathy' for Malky Mackay Following Text Message ...FTBproTan has no sympathy for MackayFootball365.comCardiff City chief Vincent Tan: "Malky Mackay got us relegated and I'm no ...WalesOnlineSports Moleall 9 news articles »


  • Military veteran David MacLeod takes Grit banner in MacKay riding - TheChronicleHerald.ca
    Military veteran David MacLeod takes Grit banner in MacKay ridingTheChronicleHerald.caA military veteran with 27 years of service will take on Justice Minister Peter MacKay in the next election. David MacLeod, 49, won the Liberal nomination in Central Nova over the weekend. He will face off against MacKay, who has won four straight ...Canadian Forces veteran David MacLeod to take on Peter MacKayCBC.caMacLeod chosen to represent Liberal Party in Central NovaCape Breton Postall 5 news articles »


  • Harvey Mackay: Make a commitment to succeed - Post-Bulletin
    Harvey Mackay: Make a commitment to succeedPost-BulletinIf you want to excel at anything in life, you need to be committed. If you only want to be good enough to get by, then a commitment to excellence is not necessary. If you are committed to a cause, you don't need to tell anyone. They can tell from your ...


  • Canadian Forces vet David MacLeod to take on Peter MacKay in 2015 - CBC.ca
    Canadian Forces vet David MacLeod to take on Peter MacKay in 2015CBC.caA Canadian Forces veteran will take on Justice Minister Peter MacKay in the next federal election. Justice Minister Peter Mackay pauses during a media availability before a roundtable discussion on justice in Vancouver on Aug. 19. (Darryl Dyck/Canadian ...


  • Crime hotspots on police radar - Mackay Daily Mercury
    Mackay Daily MercuryCrime hotspots on police radarMackay Daily MercuryTHE Mackay Demand Policing Unit is designed as a proactive policing unit that will focus on intelligence and early identification of the problem areas in the region. Mackay Police Station officer-in-charge Senior Sergeant Craig Sanderson said the unit ...


  • Remembrance service - Mackay Daily Mercury
    Remembrance serviceMackay Daily MercuryMORE than 100 Mackay district police officers attended a memorial church service for National Police Remembrance Day. Wearing equipment which included bullet proof vests and gun holsters, the officers sang church hymns and reflected through prayer at ...and more »


  • Mackay market big business - Mackay Daily Mercury
    Mackay market big businessMackay Daily MercuryOf the 674,000 domestic visitors to Mackay, 342,000 of them were for business trips. The Mackay Regional Snapshot said while overall tour-ism numbers were down, bus-iness trips were becoming a vital part of the local economy. "The business sector now ...and more »


  • New nursery a hit with mums - Mackay Daily Mercury
    Mackay Daily MercuryNew nursery a hit with mumsMackay Daily MercuryLILLIAN Peters loves the new Special Care Nursery at Mackay Base Hospital. Ms Peters has twins in the new unit, Max and Indi Keatley, who have just turned 35 weeks old. "The rooms are a bit bigger than the old special care upstairs, so it's good," Ms ...


  • Children at risk on hot days - Mackay Daily Mercury
    Children at risk on hot daysMackay Daily MercuryTHE days are heating up and today Mackay police will launch a Heat Kills campaign to raise awareness of the danger of leaving children unattended in hot vehicles. To demonstrate how quickly heat builds up in vehicles, police yesterday put a thermometer ...


  • Serena Vermeersch slaying: Peter MacKay says worst criminals shouldn't be freed - CBC.ca
    CBC.caSerena Vermeersch slaying: Peter MacKay says worst criminals shouldn't be freedCBC.caJustice Minister Peter MacKay says the Canadian government is considering new rules to lock up certain violent criminals and throw away the key, as family and friends grieve Serena Vermeersch, the 17-year-old who was killed last week in Surrey, B.C., ...Justice minister taking another look at monitoring violent criminals after ...News1130all 92 news articles »