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Nymboi-Binderay National Park

Nymboi-Binderay is a national park located in New South Wales, Australia, 444 kilometres north of Sydney. It is located north of the town of Dorrigo; this park surrounds the granite banks of the rugged Nymboida River. The Nymboida rapids are used by white water rafters; the park contains sections of the Little Nymboida River and recreational areas at Cod Hole and The Junction. Rainforest and extensive old growth forest provide habitat for a variety of threatened fauna, it includes patches of the rare Dorrigo white gum. Protected areas of New South Wales High Conservation Value Old Growth forest Nymboi-Binderay National Park

Toque Inicial

Toque Inicial is a Mexican morning sports-talk television show hosted by Juan Pablo Fernández, Paulina García Robles and various ESPN Mexico personalities. The show airs on ESPN in ESPN Deportes in the United States; the program presents the most relevant news in a relaxed way and with humor and personality that highlight the show's sports news. The show has several segments, showing the humorous side of the news with a touch of sarcasm and irony; the show is aimed towards the younger audience. The show airs live Monday thru Friday at 8:00 am in 9:00 am ET in the United States; the show's running time is two hours with only the first hour of the show airing on ESPN Deportes due to Raza Deportiva airing at 10:00am ET. A special night edition of the show airs each Thursday at 8:00pm in Mexico; the show is filmed in the ESPN Mexico studios in Mexico City. The show was ESPN Mexico; the show premiered on Monday, August 20, 2012 and it was hosted by Poncho Vera and Juan Pablo Fernández. The following year, Kary Correa became the first woman to join the show, she left for other ESPN related projects and was replaced by Nuestra Belleza México 2010 winner Karin Ontiveros.

On November 28, 2014 it was announced Poncho Vera was leaving the show to host #RedesESPN in ESPN's primary studio facilities in Bristol, Connecticut. After Karin Ontiveros left the show in March 2015 she was replaced that year by fellow beauty pageant titleholder, Nuestra Belleza Distrito Federal 2013 winner Paulina García Robles; the show first aired in the United States on October 10, 2015 covering the 2015 CONCACAF Cup between Mexico and the United States. It aired on November 13, 2015 covering the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier between Mexico and El Salvador at Estadio Azteca. On February 29, 2016, the first hour of the show started airing on ESPN Deportes in the United States on a permanent basis; the show was first filmed in ESPN's Mexico original studios in Tlalnepantla de Mexico. The show along with all of ESPN Mexico's studio shows were moved to ESPN's new studios in the Mexico City borough of Tlalpan in January 2016; the first episode filmed in the new studios aired on January 4, 2016.

Juan Pablo Fernández Paulina García Robles Eitan Benezra Álvaro Morales Antonio Valle Tlatoani Carrera Katia Castorena Odin Ciani Sergio Dipp Marisa Lara León Lecanda José Antonio Rodríguez Kary Correa Karin Ontiveros Poncho Vera Official site

Matt Edmondson

Matt Edmondson is a British television and Sony Award-nominated radio presenter, best known for his work with BBC Radio 1 and ITV2. Edmondson presents the weekend breakfast show Fridays and Sundays from 6 am to 10 am with Mollie King. In 2016, he co-presented The Xtra Factor alongside Rylan Clark-Neal on ITV2. Edmondson was a CBBC continuity presenter from 2004 to 2006, prior to which, in 2002, he was a roving reporter for Channel 4's Richard & Judy. Edmondson co-presented the 2008 coverage of the Isle of Wight Festival for ITV2, he provided links and commentary for the MTV coverage of the 2008 MTV Europe Music Awards. He presented reports from T in the Park 2009 for BBC Three. Edmondson provided voiceovers for 4Music and presented Channel 4's Freshly Squeezed from 2010 until 2011. In May 2010, Edmondson presented highlights from The Great Escape Festival and the Topman CTRL Student Tour on Channel 4. On 27 June 2016, it was announced that Edmondson would co-host The Xtra Factor Live alongside Rylan Clark-Neal on ITV2.

The series was broadcast live from The Hospital Club. The show was axed in January 2017. Edmondson narrated the third series of Impractical Jokers UK on Channel 5 and Comedy Central in 2016. In 2017, Edmondson took part in Dance for Comic Relief, he presents the ITV2 dating series Dress to Impress. From 2017, Edmondson replaced Reggie Yates as the presenter of Release the Hounds on ITV2. On 8 January 2010, Edmondson joined BBC Radio 1, appeared every Friday on Fearne Cotton's show to report on entertainment news and showbiz gossip, his first appearance on Cotton's programme was on 15 January 2010. Edmondson began presenting the Sunday 10 am to 1 pm slot on BBC Radio 1 on 14 March 2010, filling in for regular presenter Sara Cox while she was on maternity leave. Edmondson started a weekly show on BBC Radio 1 on 6 April 2011 replacing Huw Stephens from 9 pm to 10 pm on Wednesdays. However, on 19 December 2012, he presented his last Wednesday night show before moving to weekends in January 2013, taking over Vernon Kay's Saturday 10 am – 1 pm slot and Sara Cox's Sunday 10 am – 1 pm slot.

On 10 April 2018, it was announced that Edmondson and Mollie King would co-present a new afternoon show for BBC Radio 1 beginning in June on Fridays and Sundays. In 2018, Edmondson hosted a BBC radio podcast programme in which he and his co-host deliberately vandalised Wikipedia to see how long the vandalism would last. Edmondson was a columnist for The X Factor magazine, he appeared in the music video for the song "Make Peace Not War" by British grime artist Skepta. Edmondson is from Portsmouth and was educated at St Edmund's Catholic School, a Roman Catholic voluntary aided state comprehensive school in the city, before attending Havant College, a sixth form college in the town of Havant in Hampshire, now lives in Greenwich, London, his elder sister Kate Arnell is a television presenter. In May 2012, Edmondson became engaged to his long-term girlfriend Bryony Emmett, the pair married in 2013. In September 2016, Edmondson missed an episode of The Xtra Factor Live. During the show, it was announced that Bryony had gone into labour, at the end of the show it was announced that she had given birth to a baby girl.

Matt and Mollie Independent Talent Presenters

K League Players' Player of the Year

The K League Players' Player of the Year is an annual award given to the player, adjudged to have been the best of the year in South Korea. The award has been presented since the 2007 season and the winner is chosen by a vote amongst the members of the K-League players; the award was arranged by Korean edition of FourFourTwo This award is not K-League official awards K League MVP Award K League Top Scorer Award K League Top Assists Award K League Rookie of the Year Award K League Manager of the Year Award K League Best XI

Bourton-on-the-Water railway station

Bourton-on-the-Water railway station was a Gloucestershire railway station on the Great Western Railway's Banbury and Cheltenham Direct Railway which opened in 1881 and closed in 1964. The Bourton-on-the-Water railway station was situated just to the north of the village and served surrounding villages like Lower Slaughter, it was rebuilt in 1936 by the Chief Architect to the Great Western Railway, Percy Emerson Culverhouse. The station passed on to the Western Region of British Railways on nationalisation in 1948; the last passenger service to the station was on 13 October 1962. Goods services between the station and Cheltenham ceased in 1962 with the service between Bourton and Kingham closing a year later. Following closure, the station was used as a highways depot by Gloucestershire County Council; the station building, built in the 1930s, was demolished in 2011. The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway had considered reusing the building at its Broadway railway station, but changed its mind.

The station on a 1947 OS Map Photographs of stations on the line including Bourton-on-the-Water

William King

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