08.07.2012 [650 CKOM News Talk Radio] - Reported by David Fraser. First Posted: Jul 7, 2012 6:01pm | Last Updated: Jul 8, 2012 9:17am. Change text size: + -. On Thursday Donald 86 year old Donald Barnett went for a walk in Wascana Trails. He hasn't been seen since. His wife Dianna was caught
07.07.2012 [News Talk 980 CJME] - Reported by David Fraser. First Posted: Jul 7, 2012 10:35am | Last Updated: Jul 7, 2012 4:59pm. Change text size: + -. A man is being charged after a motorcycle and pickup truck collided Saturday morning. The pickup truck had been travelling south on
05.07.2012 [Brisbane Times] - Three organisations received an emailed letter from Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie's chief of staff, David Fraser, on July 4, which notified them their funding had finished on June 30. Two organisations are members of the Queensland Association of
03.07.2012 [650 CKOM News Talk Radio] - ... cases deep water, to get things up and running again. email@example.com. Follow on Twitter: @geraldbauman · Share this · General · Saskatchewan · Give feedback on this story · Photo. SaskPower works to restore power. David Fraser/News Talk Radio
18.06.2012 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - Queensland Treasury Corporation's overhanging 34% stake in rail transporter QR National could be solved by a share buy-back, according to Nomura analyst David Fraser.
20.06.2012 [E&T magazine] - Dr David Fraser is a chartered engineer with a major projects background and has qualifications in neuro-linguistic programming and mediation. He is executive director of change for Leaders, a consultancy focused on bringing out the best in people.
15.06.2012 [Western Producer (subscription)] - David Fraser, an animal welfare researcher at the University of British Columbia, and his colleagues, did in-depth interviews with about 100 cattle producers in Western Canada, with results reported earlier this year. They were asked about what Fraser
11.06.2012 [Toronto Star] - “Not all patents applied for or received will be incorporated into a Microsoft product.” The concept may be “creepy,” said David Fraser, a Canadian privacy lawyer, yet companies are doing a better job of protecting users' data today than they have in