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HIGH-PROFILE loyalist John Bunting was granted bail yesterday after a court heard how his community work has been visited by Barack Obama.
NUNEATON community arts groups went the extra mile to help a Warwick-Warwickshire art gallery break its bid to create the world's longest line of bunting.
A Strong Song Tows Us: The Life of Basil Bunting, Richard Burton, Prospecta Press, 618 pages
NEIGHBOURS and friends toasted the success of world champion Stephen 'the bullet' Bunting.
A COFFEE shop owner has urged fellow patriots to help track down 100ft of Union Jack bunting which has gone missing from outside his Huddersfield town centre premises.
As a result, Electro Optic sought to partner with Bunting Magnetics, the most experienced manufacturer of magnetic cylinders.
A strip of home-made bunting is just the ticket for brightening up any gathering, and can be easily tied to a couple of handy branches in the garden or the woods; it can even be tied to driftwood sticks on the beach.
30pm STEPHEN BUNTING produced the class when it mattered to storm into round two of the Lakeside Darts Championship and that should give him the confidence required to see off seasoned ace Darryl Fitton, writes Steve Davies.
The Bunting NEO FF Drawer Magnet is the industry standard when it comes to protecting injection moulding machines.
Business chiefs in Birmingham have joined forces to literally hang out the bunting to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
IT'S a cathedral versus a country house in the war over bunting.
Askew Bunting has been based in the town since 1935 and previously had offices in the Town Hall.
Joseph Bunting sang rude songs and made lewd comments to the woman that she then recorded on a mobile telephone.
In addition, bunting songs were significantly longer during and after playback than during the pre-playback period.
Bunting Magnetics has expanded its material handling product line.