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Small Business Bonfire Invited to Provide Small Business Help and Expertise in the Local Resource Café During the NYT Small Business Summit in June, 2011. Stewartsville, NJ (PRWEB) May 18, 2011 The Small Business Bonfire, an online community providing small business help and support for entrepreneurs and small business owners, has been invited to participate in the Local Resource Café during the 2011 New York Times Small Business Summit, taking place in New York City on June 13,...
Some officials in Northern Ireland are trying to give the traditional July 12 bonfires a new look this year, using carbon-neutral steel beacons. The bonfires are lit by Loyalists to commemorate the victory of King William III over his Roman Catholic father-in-law, James II, in 1690. The Belfast City Council erected six of its new beacons Friday, The Times of London reported.
Police in the Gothenburg archipelago on Sweden's west coast hope that this year's Easter bonfire competition will be a peaceful one. Last year was calm.
MOUNT DESERT - The College of the Atlantic's Beech Hill Farm will host a Farm Festival from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27.
GARDENERS who burn waste were today warned they could be banned from having bonfires. Bromsgrove Council's environmental health team says it is "unacceptable" to get rid of garden and household waste by burning it because it causes pollution and becomes a problem for neighbours.
In this day of fuel price rises, pollution and shrinking energy resources, why do we do this? Community bonfires in other parts of the UK are now becoming fewer because of insurance issues and environmental concerns.
- A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.