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Party Vote Changes by Region & Area[13]

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Need Help to Change or to Update Your Subscription? Read This[14]

If your subscription has not automatically renewed it may be… because you hadn’t ticked for it to automatically renew when you set it up because your credit card has expired because you have removed your credit card details from Paypal. because of insufficient funds If you want to update your credit card details click here. To […]

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The BFD Puzzle Post: Codecracker, Crossword, Sudoku[15]

Daily Codecracker Daily Crossword Daily Sudoku Welcome to our Daily puzzles. Readers requested daily puzzles so we have sourced three of them for your enjoyment. They are available for readers who have a bronze level subscription package and above with The BFD. Cancel your newspaper subscription as your final remaining reason to keep it has now gone. Instead, […]

General Debate

The BFD General Debate[16]

Good morning, welcome to our daily General Debate. Our evening General debate is called Backchat and will start at 6 pm. On General debate, you are encouraged as a commenter to share your own stories, discuss other news, bring NEW news, catch up with friends or make new friends with other commenters. To participate you’ll […]

General Debate

Face of the Day[17]

Auckland Zoo has made the heart-breaking decision to move its two female Asian elephants Burma and Anjalee to a new home – to give them both the family herd they need for their long-term wellbeing. “In 2011, Auckland Zoo with the support of Auckland Council, committed to building a sustainable elephant family herd in Auckland. […]

The BFD Word of the Day[18]

The word for today is… ruddy (adj) – 1.a. Having a healthy, reddish colour.b. Reddish; rosy. (Chiefly British Slang) Used as an intensive: “You ruddy liar!” (John Galsworthy). Source : The Free Dictionary Etymology : In Old English, there were two related words referring to red colouring: read and rudu. Read evolved into our present-day […]

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