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Halton

a unitary authority in NW England, in N Cheshire. Pop.: 118 400 (2003 est.). Area: 75 sq. km (29 sq. miles)
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The extra groups earmarked for free crossings are either emergency and medical services or some Halton residents previously not covered.
Halton McCollin " Halton has a brother, Max, who will be 18 on January 22 - the day Halton died.
Halton, from Saracen, Glasgow, was due back in court in January for a separate matter but a manhunt was launched when he failed to appear.
Halton Borough Council''s Executive Board Member for Community Safety, Cllr Dave Cargill, added: The project has successfully challenged some of the young people's initial negative attitudes, and has massively improved the environment for local residents in Halton.
Given this, I suggested Cllr Halton take her representations to the Independent Remuneration Panel.
Halton gained military experience with the regular force.
HALINET is a consortium of libraries in the Halton Region just west of Toronto.
The Halton Director of Education states that the H.
Mr Paul McMorrow, counsel for Ms Halton, said: "It was to be her dream home by the sea but the behaviour of the neighbouring Boylans turned it into a nightmare by the sea.
Throughout the book, Halton employs several descriptive terms to characterize the premises and practices of recent social thought.
Halton and Weiner's original partner, Bob Clark, also were shareholders.
The scheme for the development, carried out with a private sector partner, of a "total recycling solution" was launched by Halton Borough Council, which collects refuse from 48,000 dwellings in Cheshire, northwest England, in September 1992.

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