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(Freedom Walk 2014) Karen Cheah: Perform Our Duty Without Intimidation Harassment
Karen Cheah, Treasurer of the Malaysian Bar For the fourth time in its history, the Malaysian Bar today rallied, this time, against the Sedition Act 1948 demanding that Putrajaya repeal the…

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HMS Diamond Freedom Parade – Coventry 16 October 2014 [Part 3/3]
The Ship's Company arrived at the Cathedral Steps. The Very Reverend John Witcombe, Dean of Coventry bestow a blessing upon the Ship's Company. The Ship's Company parade. My blog: …

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Freedom Planet Ep.9 – Final Dreadnaught
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Monster Hunter Freedom Unite – Gravios Training School – Gunlance
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Warning to 100 Freedom! staff – Explained
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Grenens S Ch Matched for Freedom
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Mandela 'Freedom Torch' to go on auction in US
Mandela 'Freedom Torch' to go on auction in US Nelson Mandela's 'Freedom Torch, used during a historic ceremony in 1994 to symbolize the end of apartheid in South Africa, is up for auction…

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What does freedom mean to you? What would your life look like if money were no objection? This is what we came up with. Greetings from the Freedom Business Syndicate.

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Freedom Network Honest Review
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TRUCK BOMB: Life With Syria's REBELS in a COLD Cunning WAR [FREEDOM FIGHTER or TERRORISTS?] TAL RIFAAT, Syria Abdul Hakim Yasin, the commander of a Syrian antigovernment …

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How to Download Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom full movie
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The Color of Freedom (2007) “Goodbye Bafana” Full Movie Online Streaming
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Freedom of Speed – Monza 1966 (Assetto Corsa)
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A new Freedom Camping bylaw will be in place by Labour Weekend.

Council deliberated on submissions to its draft Freedom Camping Bylaw today, and will look to adopt a revised draft bylaw at its meeting on 22 October.

In the past few months we’ve had a draft Freedom Bylaw out for public consultation. We had over 120 submissions and submitters were given the opportunity to speak to Council at a hearing last month.

At today’s deliberations Council did decide on some changes to the proposed draft bylaw that included:

Removing the proposed restriction that would prohibit freedom camping in restricted areas during summer and holiday weekends.

Extending the proposed departure time from 8am to 9am.

Extending the number of nights freedom campers can stay in a restricted area to 2 consecutive nights.

Having designating areas for freedom camping within all restricted areas.

Some changes to proposed areas where freedom camping is prohibited or restricted Council agreed to keep the proposed district-wide restriction that all freedom campers must be certified self-contained.

To see all the summary of submissions and the decisions that council considered see the deliberations decisions report. Earlier this year we had a judicial review of our current Freedom Camping Bylaw sought by the New Zealand Motor Caravan Association (NZMCA). The High Court decision was released late last month and found that our Bylaw is legal, but two clauses in our Public Places Bylaw and Parking Control Bylaw should be revoked. Council formally revoked these today.

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Freedom camping bylaws in Marlborough are set to change, but not before another summer with the visitors.

Feedback from the public is likely to result in changes to Marlborough’s freedom camping bylaw, but not in time for the upcoming summer season.

Marlborough District Council reserves and amenities manager Rosie Bartlett said the council had received 161 submissions regarding the bylaw, which indicated there was a need for change within the region.

Such a change would take time, she said.

The bylaw came into effect in 2012 and meant freedom campers were able to camp anywhere in the district except banned areas.

Koromiko resident Jessie Somerville said she would be advocating for changes to the bylaw, after a build up of people setting up camp in her neighbourhood, near the Collins Memorial Reserve, on the corner of State Highway 1 and Freeths Rd.

She was not against freedom camping, but preferred to see designated areas for campers, which were away from built-up areas.

“[They should be] in remote areas where there’s no other alternative, [at the moment] they really are just taking money off people they should be supporting.”

The council was taking business away from Picton campgrounds, motels, bars and restaurants, by having a free camping spot just minutes from the town, Somerville said.

The Koromiko reserve had a toilet block, which meant camping vehicles did not have to be self-contained to stop there.

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In Colvard Student Union. MSU’s African-American Studies program hosts the event. Includes remarks from Freedom Summer volunteers, students, activists, photographers and scholars. Registration required.

More than 900 brave, determined and resilient volunteers flooded Mississippi in 1964 for the Freedom Summer Project, and Mississippi State University is celebrating that effort’s impact on equality and human rights.

The Freedom Summer Project called volunteers, mostly northern white college students, to launch the drive to register blacks to vote in Mississippi, the state with the lowest percentage of black voters at that time. After Freedom Summer activists James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwermer were murdered in June by the Ku Klux Klan for registering Neshoba County blacks to vote, national outcry led to the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

“Remembering Freedom Summer: Building a Better Future” will be held at MSU Oct. 19-21 in Colvard Student Union. While the conference is free and open to the public, participants should register in advance at

Numerous Freedom Summer volunteers, students, activists and photographers will speak, as well as recognized scholars from MSU and other universities all over the country.

Plenary sessions include:

–Oct. 20, 8 a.m., “Remembering Freedom Summer.” Freedom Summer students and volunteers speaking will be 1961 Freedom Rider and Freedom Summer activist Dave Dennis, Freedom Summer volunteer Chude Allen, Freedom Summer volunteer Mark Levy, Freedom Summer organizer Doris Derby, Colum Law Firm attorney and founder Wilbur Colom, Freedom Summer organizer Hollis Watkins and Freedom Summer activist Anthony Harris, as well as Starkville Vice Mayor Roy A Perkins. Finance and economics professor Meghan J. Millea will chair and College of Arts & Sciences Dean Gregory Dunaway will offer the welcome. Charles E. Cobb Jr., visiting professor of African Studies at Brown University, will moderate.

–Oct. 20, 1 p.m., “Plenary Session B.” Featured speakers will be MSU African-American Studies Senior Fellow K.C. Morrison, MSU President Mark E. Keenum, Tougaloo College President Beverly Hogan, former Mississippi Gov. William Winter and Freedom Summer volunteer Chude Allen.

–Oct. 21, 8 a.m., “Freedom Summer: Building a Better Future.” Academics and activists in the panel will be The Montgomery Institute President Bill Scaggs, Florida A&M University assistant professor Kristal Moore Clemons, Mississippi NAACP President Derrick Johnson, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater College of Arts and Communication Dean Mark McPhail, Dave Dennis, Wilbur Colom and Mercer University professor Anthony J. Harris. WCBI-TV news anchor and reporter Andrea Self will chair, and MSU Provost and Executive Vice President Jerry Gilbert will offer the welcome. Starkville Mayor Parker Wiseman will give remarks, and Cobb will moderate.

Other distinguished speakers will be authors Susan Follett, Francoise Hamlin, Michael Williams and Flonzie Brown Wright, along with additional Freedom Summer students and volunteers Roy DeBerry, Roscoe Jones, Larry Rubin and Gloria Clark. Academic speakers will represent University of Florida, University of Texas, College of Charleston, University of North Carolina, Alcorn State University and Miami University.

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* Barroso says freedom of movement essential to EU * Cameron says will put migration at heart of EU negotiations * Barroso says migration cap would likely breach EU law LONDON, Oct 19 (Reuters) – Outgoing EU Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso on Sunday warned British Prime Minister David Cameron against trying to rewrite the European Union's freedom of movement principle, saying it was …

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By Richard Baines October 19, 2014, 2:18 pm

The Royal Tasmanian Regiment has exercised the tradition of freedom of entry to the Hobart CBD, marking the start of Anzac centenary commemorations in the state.

The city was brought to a standstill today as 130 soldiers dressed in full parade uniform with fixed bayonets marched through Hobart.

The battalion was granted Freedom of the City of Hobart just over 100 years ago when it marched from Moonah to the Domain.

Two weeks later the first Tasmanian troops departed on the SS Geelong to serve in WWI.

Premier Will Hodgman said the battalion had a very long and proud history.

“The smallest battalion in the smallest brigade, the 12th/40th has been granted more Battle and Theatre Honours than any other battalion in the Australian Army and continues its proud tradition of service today, contributing to every major ADF operation to date,” he said.

Freedom of entry is a medieval military tradition which allowed armed groups who were trusted defenders of a city, right to march through instead of taking a lengthy detour around the city’s walls.

In modern times it has become a ceremonial mark of trust and confidence bestowed on a military unit and is seen as the highest accolade a town or city can extend.

Veteran Brian Grundy said freedom of entry is a rare privilege only granted on special occasions.

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