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SALFORD COUNCIL TAX SUMMONS FOR DEMOLISHED HOUSE

Star date: 29th November 2012

SALFORD COUNCIL ISSUES COURT SUMMONS FOR DEMOLISHED HOUSE

Salford Council has issued a court summons for non payment of Council Tax on a house it actually bought and demolished earlier this year, after forcing the occupant out with a Compulsory Purchase Order.

The former occupant now has until his Magistrates Court hearing on December 6th to pay over £750.

Full details here…

added Thursday, November 29, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD HOUSING FAT CATS REVEALED

Star date: 28th November 2012

Who Gets The Cream In Salford? Part 6

SOCIAL HOUSING COMPANIES HUGE SURPLUSES AND MASSIVE SALARIES

Those who live in social rent homes provided by the likes of Salix, City West, Contour, Irwell Valley and Great Places might well be struggling with rent increases and the forthcoming monsters of the ConDem Government's bedroom tax and Universal Credits. But those at the top of those companies are doing rather nicely, as we reveal in our Fat Cats Housing Special…

Full details here…

added Wednesday, November 28, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD STAR OPEN LETTER TO CITY MAYOR IAN STEWART

Star date: 27th November 2012

SALFORD STAR WRITES OPEN LETTER TO MAYOR

Over the past week, Salford Mayor, Ian Stewart, has launched thinly veiled public attacks on the Salford Star, accusing the community publication of "lies".

Here, we answer him back in an open letter. Hands up who wants to live in China?

Full details here…

added Tuesday, November 27, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD MAYOR GOT £55K PARLIAMENT PAY OFF

Star date: 27th November 2012

IAN STEWART'S GOLDEN GOODBYE FROM PARLIAMENT

Last year, Salford Mayor, Ian Stewart got over £55,000 for a `resettlement grant' after he stood down as MP for Eccles. This comes on top of his annual MP's pension, estimated at between £15,000 and £22,500, and over £1000 a month rent collected from his part tax payer funded second home in London. As Salford Mayor, Stewart also picks up a £69,000 salary.

Wage cuts anyone?

Full details here…

added Tuesday, November 27, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD NHS NEEDS SAVING AS AMBULANCES GET PRIVATISED

Star date: 26th November 2012

HUGE CAMPAIGN TO STOP PRIVATISATION OF AMBULANCES IN GREATER MCR

The contract for non-emergency patient transport service in Greater Manchester has been taken off the North West Ambulance Service, based in Eccles and around the county, and handed to private bus company Arriva.

A similar private service, Ambuline, joint run by Arriva in Leicester has been slated by the Quality Care Commission. Now the Save Our NHS: Keep Manchester Ambulances Public campaign is taking the fight against privatisation to the public and to Parliament. Chloe Glover reports…

Full details here…

added Monday, November 26, 2012  

 
 

AGECROFT COLLIERY PROJECT GETS LOTTERY BACKING

Star date: 25th November 2012

AGECROFT MINERS' MEMORIES TO BE PRESERVED

The Irwell Valley Mining Project has just won a Heritage Lottery grant to preserve memories of the Agecroft Colliery. The site of the former pit, now Agecroft Business Park, has no sign or anything to remind future generations of what was once there. The Heritage grant will hopefully remedy this and anyone with any connections to the pit is urged to get involved…

Full details here…

added Sunday, November 25, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD CITY FC BACK TO WINNING WAYS

Star date: 25th November 2012

Salford City 2 Ossett Albion 0

TWO OWN GOALS SEE OSSETT UNDONE

Salford City got back to winning ways yesterday, courtesy of two own goals by Ossett defenders. Indeed, these were the only Ammies shots on goal during the whole game as Lady Luck flashed her knickers in the Moor Lane drizzle.

Match report and photos here…

added Sunday, November 25, 2012  

 
 

MANCHESTER AND SALFORD ANARCHIST BOOKFAIR

Star date: 24th November 2012

ANARCHISM FOR BEGINNERS, PANTS 4 PEACE, HUNT SABS AND MORE…

Manchester and Salford Anarchist Bookfair
Saturday 1st December 11am-4:30pm free
The People's History Museum

The annual Anarchist Bookfair returns to The People's History Museum
next Saturday with talks, stalls, books and more from both local and national anarchist and campaign groups. Prepare for a day out with a difference…

Full details here…

added Saturday, November 24, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD MAYOR CASHES IN ON SECOND HOME

Star date: 23rd November 2012

IAN STEWART GETS SECOND INCOME FROM TAX PAYER FUNDED LONDON HOME

Salford Mayor, Ian Stewart, who picks up a Council salary of £69,000, is currently renting his second home in London to Gerry Sutcliffe, Labour MP for Bradford South.

The home was purchased when Stewart was Eccles MP and the mortgage interest was funded via the Parliamentary expenses system. Sutcliffe is currently declaring `accommodation costs' of £1,300 per month.

Full details here…

added Friday, November 23, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD COUNCIL CHAMBER OCCUPIED BY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE CUTS PROTESTERS

Star date: 21st November 2012

SALFORD COUNCIL CHAMBER OCCUPIED AS MAYOR APOLOGISES TO MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE USERS

Campaigners against cuts to mental health services in Salford this morning occupied the Salford Council chamber as a meeting of the full Council was about to begin, taking over seats normally reserved for the City Mayor, Chief Executive and Ceremonial Mayor.

The police were called but the protesters left peacefully after Mayor Ian Stewart promised a meeting with service users tomorrow. He later apologised at the Council Meeting for not being `as responsive as I should have been' to service users...

Full story here…

added Wednesday, November 21, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD UNISON LOBBIES COUNCILLORS OVER PAY CUTS

Star date: 21st November 2012

WORKERS LOBBY SALFORD COUNCIL MEETING AS MAYOR SAYS ORIGINAL £15M PAY CUT DOCUMENT HAS `NOT BEEN WITHDRAWN'

Strange goings on at Salford Council today as UNISON members handed out leaflets to councillors stating progress had been made on pay and grading negotiations, which were no longer based around the original `take £15million pay cuts or be sacked' document that had so angered Council workers.

However, at the Council Meeting later this morning City Mayor Ian Stewart claimed that "nothing has been withdrawn". Unions are preparing for a ballot on industrial action…

See here for full story…

added Wednesday, November 21, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD QUAYS CARGO CRANES TO BE DEMOLISHED

Star date: 21st November 2012

A Salford Star Exclusive

SALFORD MAYOR SET TO SIGN DEMOLITION ORDER FOR QUAYS CRANES

The iconic blue cargo cranes at Salford Quays are set to be demolished, with Salford City Mayor Ian Stewart set to rubber stamp the decision next Monday.

Despite funding being ring fenced by Salford Council for the cranes refurbishment, the Mayor's report states that the repairs would not be `good value for money' and that the cranes "now detract from the Quays vista". Instead, the cranes will be replaced with "new heritage interpretation features".

Full details here…

added Wednesday, November 21, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD CITY REDS ISSUES STATEMENT ON FUTURE OF CLUB

Star date: 21st November 2012

SALFORD REDS BOARD ISSUE NOTHING STATEMENT

The Board of Directors of Salford City Reds has issued a statement to "re-assure supporters". But the statement actually says nothing except "that every effort is being made to bring the complex investment talks to a quick and favourable conclusion for all parties".

UPDATE: 2pm Wed 21st November

CITY MAYOR DOESN’T RULE OUT MORE SALFORD COUNCIL FUNDING FOR SALFORD REDS…

Read the full statement here…

added Wednesday, November 21, 2012  

 
 

PEEL HOLDINGS IN SALFORD GREEN BELT FURY

Star date: 20th November 2012

SALFORD COUNCIL PLANNING IN CHAOS AS GREEN BELT MAY GO!
COUNCILLORS URGE COMMUNITY OPPOSITION TO PEEL HOLDINGS!

"It is bad news for Irlam & Cadishead" local councillors

Salford Council's future planning document, which protected the Green Belt in the city, has been torn up after the Planning Inspector judged it unsound, under challenges mainly from Peel Holdings. The Council now has to come up with another plan at a minimum cost of £280,000.

Furious councillors from the areas of Irlam and Cadishead have issued a strong statement urging the community to oppose Peel Holdings' plans for housing and warehouses on the Green Belt, which is now in mortal danger…

Full story here…

added Tuesday, November 20, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD ARTIST NIGEL WALKER AT SALFORD ART GALLERY

Star date: 19th November 2012

STUNNING SALFORD AS IT'S NEVER BEEN SEEN

Tourist In Your Own City
Nigel Walker
Salford Museum and Art Gallery
Until March 2013 free

If there's one art exhibition you see all year, make sure it's this stunning collection of canvases by Salford artist Nigel Walker, who's been touring the city as a `tourist' for three years, painting places and people as you've never seen them before.

Full review, interview and photos here…

added Monday, November 19, 2012  

 
 

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GANGNAM STYLE SALFORD STYLE

Star date: 18th November 2012

MEDIACITYUK GETS TASTE OF GUERILLA STYLE

A top Salford parody of PSY's Gangnam Style hit has already drawn over 1500 views on YouTube. The video and track were conceived in less than four days as part of Filmonik's Mini Kabaret.

Scenes were shot around Media City, dodging the security, while the ironic content is about trying to shoot The Best Film Ever while being skint. Altogether now `H-e-e-e-e-e-y I need money…'

Full story and video here…

added Sunday, November 18, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD LOST STREETS EXHIBITION

Star date: 18th November 2012

LOST STREETS OF SALFORD SHOW NEARS END

Lost Salford Streets
Salford Museum and Art Gallery until 2nd December

Yesterday yet another Salford street sign was donated to the Lost Streets of Salford exhibition in what has been a phenomenal response to a show centred on the demolished areas of the city.

As the exhibition nears its close at Salford Museum and Art Gallery, there are calls for Lost Streets to be made into a permanent collection.

Full story here…

added Sunday, November 18, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD CITY FC FIND OSSETT BUS PARKED

Star date: 18th November 2012

Salford City 0 Ossett Town 2

NEVER MIND THE BALOTELLIS WHERE'S THE GOALS GONE?

Salford City failed to score for the third successive game as the crossbar, some dodgy referee decisions and a huge bus parked in the Ossett area prevented Salford from registering a win - just when the world's press is looking in, tittering at Mario Balotelli's brother's new footy home…

Match report, photos and suggested Christmas presents for Mario here…

added Sunday, November 18, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD WORKING CLASS MOVEMENT LIBRARY CELEBRATES SILVER JUBILEE

Star date: 17th November 2012

25 YEARS OF THE WORKING CLASS MOVEMENT LIBRARY ON THE CRESCENT

WCML 25 Years Exhibition
Working Class Movement Library
On now. Free

The Working Class Movement Library celebrates its 25th anniversary of being based in Salford this month, with an exhibition of artefacts, pamphlets, photos and more.

Here, Chloe Glover looks back at the incredible Library's roots, its collections today and its current funding problems…

Full story here...

added Saturday, November 17, 2012  

 
 

MARIO BALOTELLI BROTHER ENOCH SIGNS FOR SALFORD CITY FC

Star date: 16th November 2012

BALOTELLI JUNIOR SIGNS FOR THE AMMIES

Mario Balotelli's younger brother, Enoch Barwuah, has signed for Salford City FC in a huge coup for the Moor Lane club. The 20 year old forward is just awaiting international clearance from Italy and will then don the famous tangerine shirt of the Ammies.

The deal came about through Salford's contacts with Enoch's agent and former Manchester United legend Scott McGarvey.

Full story and exclusive photos click here…

added Friday, November 16, 2012  

 
 

GREATER MANCHESTER POLICE COMMISSIONER ELECTION RESULT

Star date: 16th November 2012

AND THE WINNER OF THE £100,000 PRIZE IS…TONY LLOYD

Come on down, Tony Lloyd, the new Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester. The Labour Party candidate won just over 51% of the vote on a turnout of less than 14% and now picks up his £100,000 salary for doing…well no-one quite knows.

Full results and story here…

added Friday, November 16, 2012  

 
 

UNFAIR FIRE BRIGADE CUTS FOR SALFORD GREATER MANCHESTER AND MORE

Star date: 16th November 2012

GREATER MANCHESTER LEFT TO BURN BY CONDEM GOVERNMENT

After revelations that the ConDem Government is cutting more public sector funding to poorer areas, like Salford, than for richer areas of England, now comes a campaign to stop unfair funding to Fire and Rescue Authorities.

At next week's Salford Council meeting, councillors and mayors will be asked to back a motion condemning the unfairness of Government fire brigade funding which will see places like Greater Manchester shoulder 80% of the cuts, while some richer areas see increased funding…

Full story here…

added Friday, November 16, 2012  

 
 

CONDEM GOVERNMENT VICIOUS CUTS PER PERSON IN SALFORD

Star date: 15th November 2012

CONDEMS SLASH £152 FROM EVERY SALFORD PERSON

The ConDem Government has slashed £152 a year for every person in Salford, one of the highest cuts in England. This compares to an average cut of £61 per person in the rest of the country.

The figures, based on government grants to councils since 2010, show that the poorest cities in the country are getting hit the hardest by public sector cuts.

Full details here…

added Thursday, November 15, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD AND EUROPE SAY NO TO AUSTERITY

Star date: 14th November 2012

SALFORD WORKERS RALLY IN SUPPORT OF EUROPEAN GENERAL STRIKES

Salford Council workers today staged a 15 minute rally outside the Civic Centre in support of General Strikes across Europe opposing austerity. Salford City UNISON, which organised the rally, voted yesterday to support the idea of a General Strike in this country.

Workers also heard branch secretary, Steve North, deliver a message to Salford Council on its attempts to impose wage cuts… "We are a workforce that is prepared to stand up for itself and is prepared to fight if it needs to…"

Full story here…

added Wednesday, November 14, 2012  

 
 

PICKLES STOPS SALFORD PEAT BOG VANDALISM AT CHAT MOSS

Star date: 13th November 2012

CHAT MOSS PEAT EXTRACTION STOPPED - AFTER YEARS OF `UNNECESSARY VANDALISM'

Following a Public Inquiry, Communities and Local Government Minister, Eric Pickles, has backed Salford Council and Wigan Council in refusing William Sinclair Horticulture a licence for a further fifteen years of peat extraction on Peel Holdings owned land at Chat Moss.

Friends of the Earth expressed "huge relief that common sense has prevailed… digging up bogs for our gardens is unnecessary vandalism and must be stopped". The decision follows years of protest - and pathetic safeguarding of the premier league eco land by Salford Council which is now looking to restore the site.

Full story here…

added Tuesday, November 13, 2012  

 
 

PEEL HOLDINGS INCINERATOR SET TO BOOM IN SALFORD

Star date: 12th November 2012

DUTCH ENERGY PLANT EXPLODES AS INQUIRY TO APPROVE ONE IN BARTON BEGINS

Tuesday 13th November sees the opening of a Public Inquiry, as Peel Holdings appeals the decision of Trafford Council to refuse planning permission for its proposed biomass incinerator on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal. Even Salford Council has opposed the plans.

Last week, a biomass energy plant blew up in Nijmegen, Holland, with residents tweeting "sounds like the end is near…"

Full details here…

added Monday, November 12, 2012  

 
 

FRANK MORGAN COMES BACK TO SALFORD

Star date: 11th November 2012

SALFORD THE HEIGHT OF PARADISE

I'm Frank Morgan: A Tale From Paradise Heights
Thursday 15th - Saturday 17th November, 8.00pm
The Black Lion £6 adv/£8 door

I'm Frank Morgan, the first play in the ongoing wicked Paradise Heights series of dramas, comes back to its Salford birthplace this week for three nights of gangster style psyche stabbing, starring its writer Joe O'Byrne.

Full details here…

added Sunday, November 11, 2012  

 
 

GREATER MANCHESTER POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER ELECTIONS

Star date: 11th November 2012

ANYONE NOTICED THERE'S AN ELECTION THIS WEEK?

Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner Election
Thursday 15th November 7am-10pm

This Thursday sees the first ever election for a Police and Crime Commissioner for the whole of Greater Manchester, including Salford. No-one we know has had a leaflet through their door, nor could any of the candidates be arsed to send us a press release. And then they'll complain that no-one voted. A pathetic state of democracy. So why should we bother?

Full story here…

added Sunday, November 11, 2012  

 
 

HACKTIVISTS COME TO SALFORD FOR CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE

Star date: 11th November 2012

ANONYMOUS HACKTIVISTS JOIN BEZ AND CLINT BOON

We Are Legion: The Story of the Hacktivists
Escape Plan C starring Clint Boon and Bez
Kino Independent Features at The Black Lion
Wednesday 14th November 7:30pm £5/£4

We Are Legion, a top documentary film about the roots and mayhem of the ace Anonymous movement is being shown as a North West preview this Wednesday at the Black Lion. Also being screened is Escape Plan C – a short film starring Clint Boon with a cameo from Swinton's Bez.

Full details here…

added Sunday, November 11, 2012  

 
 

START IN SALFORD HAS A BALL

Star date: 11th November 2012

SALFORD DOWNTON ABBEY STAR ROB JAMES-COLLIER HELPS START HAVE A BALL

Start In Salford Dickie Bow and Diamond Ball
Friday 16th November, Worsley Novotel

Salford's Rob James-Collier, who stars in Downton Abbey as Thomas the footman, is supporting the first glam `Dickie Bow and Diamond Ball' to raise money for the ace Start in Salford project.

The organisers are looking for Salford businesses to donate raffle prizes – although there is one already in place which every Downton fan would crawl across freshly manured grass to get their hands on.

Full details here…

added Sunday, November 11, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD STUNNED BY DERAILMENT

Star date: 10th November 2012

Harrogate Railway Athletic 2 Salford City FC 0

THOMAS TANKS TONK UNLUCKY AMMIES

Salford City lost 2-0 today at Harrogate Railway Athletic but the crossbar twice rescued the Railways as the Ammies were reduced to ten men.

Photos and match report here…

added Sunday, November 11, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD RIOTS HIT SHEFFIELD

Star date: 10th November 2012 

WHY DID THE RIOTS HAPPEN IN SALFORD AND NOT SHEFFIELD?

An exhibition staged at Sheffield Hallam University this week aimed to analyse why last year's riots hit Salford but not Sheffield.

Featuring artwork by Salford's Joe Coffey, photos by Stephen Broadhurst, loads of quotes from local people and research by former Ordsall resident Dr Bob Jeffery, the exhibition seems to come to one conclusion…

See here for full details…

added Saturday, November 10, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD MENTAL HEALTH CUTS CAMPAIGNERS VICTIMISATION CLAIM

Star date: 8th November 2012

Mental Health Hell In Salford: Part Two

THEY CAN'T BE VICTIMISING PEOPLE WITH MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS – CAN THEY?

Drop-in groups closed. Psychology support groups on hold. More suicide attempts. While the bottom line bureaucrats and politicians look for cuts, in the real world of people suffering with mental health issues it's getting critical.

Now campaigners against those cuts believe they are being victimised – "punishing vulnerable people and making them afraid to speak out."

UPDATE: Friday 9th November: Another campaigner barred from drop-ins

Full details here…

added Thursday, November 8, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD SUICIDE MAN TURNED AWAY BY MENTAL HEALTH TRUST AND ARRESTED

Star date: 7th November 2012

A Salford Star Exclusive

MENTAL HEALTH HELL IN SALFORD: PART 1

A Salford man with a history of mental health and self harm problems was refused help by Greater Manchester West Mental Health Trust workers at Cromwell House in Eccles. Instead, the police were called and he was arrested.

"The lack of care is evident" says his partner "What do they want? For him to successfully kill himself and then he's off their books? And one less gobby person to fight to save the drop-ins."

Why were his pleas for help ignored? Could there be a political dimension?

Full shocking story here…

added Wednesday, November 7, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD STAR LAUNCHES COUNTDOWN CLOCK TO BE RID OF MAYOR SYSTEM

Star date: 5th November 2012

AFTER SIX MONTHS OF MAYOR – WE'VE SEEN ENOUGH!

The Salford Star today launches a timer, counting down the days until a new referendum can be held to get rid of the mayoral system.

While current Mayor Ian Stewart can be removed, if voters so wish, after four years in office, another referendum on the mayoral system itself can't be triggered until ten years from the last one – 26th January 2022.

See the reasons for our Countdown Clock here…

added Monday, November 5, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD MAYOR IAN STEWART TURNS CHICKEN

Star date: 5th November 2012

MAYOR `TOO BUSY' TO TALK TO SALFORD STAR

Today it's exactly six months since Salford City Mayor, Ian Stewart, had his first day in office. The Salford Star wanted to interview him to hold him to account for those first six months but he won't speak to us, citing how "extremely busy" he is.

Not too busy, we believe, to write an unchallenged article for the Manchester Evening News arguing "that we must improve how we communicate with local people". You what? We conclude that Mayor Ian Stewart is too chicken to face a proper, critical examination of his record so far…

Full story here…

added Monday, November 5, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD FIREWORKS AT ORDSALL HALL

Star date: 4th November 2012

20 YEARS OF LIGHTING THE LEGEND IN ORDSALL

Lighting The Legend: The Clock Strikes 20
Ordsall Hall
Thursday 8th November 6:30-7:30pm free

Since 1992, Lighting The Legend has been a spectacular show that's more than just fireworks. There's been lantern parades, giant sculptures, performance events and much, much more. This week, on the 20th anniversary of Lighting The Legend, expect the even more spectacular!

For full details plus other Salford bonfire night events click here…

added Sunday, November 4, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD BOYCOTT ISRAELI DANCE PROTEST AT THE LOWRY

Star date: 4th November 2012

PROTEST AT LOWRY BATSHEVA DANCE COMPANY PERFORMANCES

Don't Dance With Israeli Apartheid campaigners held a noisy demonstration outside The Lowry on Friday and Saturday night, protesting about the Israeli state using culture to gain credibility, while it oppresses Palestinians.

Report and photos here…

added Sunday, November 4, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD CITY FC STUFF GARFORTH TOWN

Star date: 4th November 2012

KINSELLA DOUBLE SINKS GARFORTH TO MAINTAIN PLAY OFF DREAM

Salford City 3 Garforth 0

Two goals from Rob Kinsella and another from Jamie Rother added to the woes of bottom of the table Garforth. Junior players from Beechfield United FC, Salford's football partners for the day, saw the Ammies secure a comfortable 3-0 win.

Match report and photos here…

added Sunday, November 4, 2012  

 
 

PETER HOOK TO DJ HACIENDA 30 XMAS PARTY

Star date: 3rd November 2012

HOOKY, GRAEME PARK, MARSHALL JEFFERSON, MC TUNES TO DJ HAC 30

Hacienda 30: The Christmas Party
Thursday 27th December 10pm-5am
Sankeys £15

To mark the 30th birthday of the Manc superclub created by Salford, a whole posse of names are lining up to DJ the Hacienda Christmas Party at Sankeys. These include Hooky, Marshall Jefferson and MC Tunes, with Graeme Park doing a mighty seven hour set. 

To go with the party, there's also a package of tunes being released as Hacienda 30: The Album, mixed by Graeme Park, Mike Pickering and Hooky, with tracks from Kevin Saunderson, Darlene Lewis and, of course, New Order.

Full details here…

added Saturday, November 3, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD PRECINCT ALL CHANGE WITH FREE PARKING

Star date: 2nd November 2012

NOW SALFORD SHOPPING CENTRE INTRODUCES FREE THREE HOUR PARKING FROM 15 NOVEMBER

It's all change again at Salford Precinct, with its owners introducing free three hour parking from the 15th November – while the remaining Salford Council owned car park on Hankinson Way remains at only half an hour's free parking. Confused? Hopefully this will be the final change…

Full details here…

added Friday, November 2, 2012  

 
 

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