Tripoli property outlook positive on demand
The outlook for residential and office property in Tripoli remains positive, with demand set to exceed supply for, at least, the short-term. However, much will depend on the direction of both the Libyan economy and its attitude to bilateral relations with the outside world, a report revealed.

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Williston City Commission candidate Jim Lawson answers 10 questions
How would you define the job of Williston City Commissioner?

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Scientists debate: Are recessions good for health?
During recessions, idled factories spew less pollution and fewer people commuting to jobs means fewer traffic deaths. Laid-off workers have more time to exercise and cook for themselves and less money to eat out.

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