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Data retrieval over the Internet needed - 1285/3652
Written by amitaag on Friday, 2nd February 2007
Our company needs person to do some search work over the Internet.
We accept for this position only USA residents.
To apply to this position send a small resume to xxxxxxxxxxx[edited]xxxxxxx at yahoo.com
Salary starts from $10/hour
Re: Data retrieval over the Internet needed - 1285/3654
Written by admin (Graham Ellis) on Friday, 2nd February 2007
You know ... I get very tired of deleting posts that are selling pharmaceuticals, betting services, and hosts of other things here and helping keep the board reasonably on topic. Anything that shows the slightest relevance / interest to what this board's about can be left. But - gosh - things like this take the biscuit. "Only USA residents need apply".
Ah - someone else who hasn't yet heard of Melksham, either. We still have an education job to do!
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Save the Train was the campaign to bring an approriate train service back to and through Melksham.
Most big contributors are still around writing at the Coffee shop forum where new members are very welcome.
The train has been saved - sort of - we have stepped back up from an unusable service to a poorish one but it's doing very well. We did that through setting up the TransWilts Community Rail Partnership. That fulfilled its early objectives; it has been taken over by local and regional government types who are now doing medium and long term work. The team from this forun can also be found at the Melksham Rail User Group (which was the Melksham Rail Development Group at the time these articles were written and we had no users.
We mustn't loose sight, though, that the train service remains poor and needs our community support in marketing and campaigning to keep it going in a positive direction ... and all the more so when we're expecting to find a different normallity once we get out of the Coronavirus Pandemic and head for zero carbon via the climate crisis. Yes, it's saved ... it's now a key community facility ... the need for enhancement and the strong and near-universal local support remain, and the rail industry and goverment remain slow to move and provide the enhancements even to level us up with other towns. Please support the Melksham Rail User Group - now very much in partnership rather than protest with the rail industry and local government, including GWR, TransWilts and unitary and town councils. And please use the trains and buses, and cycle and walk when you can.
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