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2015/04/26 00:43
2015/04/26 00:43
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The case of a Christian midwife who refused to wear trousers has again drawn attention to debates over faith in the workplace. She had been asked to leave a high dependency unit when she came in...
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2015/04/25 21:43
2015/04/25 21:43
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Ekklesia associate and board member Vaughan Jones, who is minister of Harecourt United Reformed Church in London, appears on BBC Northern Ireland's 'Sunday Sequence' programme on 26 April 2015 (from...
2015/04/25 19:18
2015/04/25 19:18
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ASUO has $264,763 to spend in what it calls its over-realized fund. How did student government come across a quarter of $1 million? More importantly, how should it spend it? At the beginning of each...
2015/04/25 13:08
2015/04/25 13:08
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Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research, a new peer-reviewed, open access journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers (http://www.liebertpub.com/), is the only journal dedicated to the scientific,...
2015/04/24 19:33
2015/04/24 19:33
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PepsiCo is taking aspartame out of Diet Pepsi in US Hot on the heels of Kraft’s announcement that it is taking artificial dyes out of Macaroni & Cheese, another food giant is reformulating a famous...
2015/04/24 14:16
2015/04/24 14:16
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In honor of National Grilled Cheese month, we at the Clog have decided to shine some light on this under-appreciated food. Yes, it may not be the most nutritional, but the cheese in this sandwich...
2015/04/24 07:55
2015/04/24 07:55
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The Migrant Offshore Aid Station rescues 105 migrants in rubber dinghy Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi/MOAS, Creative Commons licensed. For a generation, the West (including Canada) has largely ignored the...
2015/04/24 05:42
2015/04/24 05:42
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Amazon.com has finally figured out how to make money. The Seattle-based online retailer — famous for its never-ending expansion and its skimpy profit margins — caught investors’ attention today by...
2015/04/23 19:33
2015/04/23 19:33
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There was plenty of weed at the Cannabis Cup celebration last weekend in Denver. Billed as the biggest marijuana party in the world, the Cup is a three-day psychedelic mash-up of counter culture, high...
2015/04/23 03:03
2015/04/23 03:03
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Paris plays host to the 21st Conference Of Parties for the United Nations’ Framework Convention on Climate Change, December 2015. (Photo: Creative Commons) The Climate Reality Project (CRP) is...
2015/04/23 01:16
2015/04/23 01:16
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Andrew Alderson falls hard for the romance of Chateau Tongariro's historic and literary atmosphere. The vista and atmosphere of the Chateau is little changed since the 1930s. Photo / Creative Commons...
2015/04/22 22:16
2015/04/22 22:16
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Jesse Mulligan flies NZ0281 from Singapore to New Zealand. An Air New Zealand Boeing 777-200. Photo / Creative Commons image by Flickr user Richard Maher The plane? A newly refurbished 777-200. The...
2015/04/22 13:29
2015/04/22 13:29
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By Matthias Krönke and Mpho Raboeane Much has been written about why the recent wave of xenophobic attacks took place. But it's more complex than the usual reasons given, argue the authors. Broadly...
2015/04/22 07:55
2015/04/22 07:55
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... wolf is treated like vermin, whether it is for caribou or other reasons,' says cull critic Sadie Parr of the non-profit Wolf Awareness Inc. Photo by Caninest, Creative Commons licensed. The...
2015/04/22 07:43
2015/04/22 07:43
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Over the last fortnight we've been publishing posts from people across the political spectrum telling us how they will vote for what they believe in according to Ekklesia's election values. We've...
2015/04/22 03:16
2015/04/22 03:16
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Raise your glasses to these drinking establishments, writes Megan Singleton. The Brazen Head is Dublin's oldest pub, dating back to 1198. Photo / Creative Commons image by Flickr user Jim Nix Pubs...
2015/04/21 20:37
2015/04/21 20:37
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Theresa May’s department will face contempt of court proceedings unless the woman and her five-year-old son are located and transported back to the UK at the Home Office’s expense by Thursday 23...
2015/04/21 18:33
2015/04/21 18:33
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One of the more fanciful pieces of tech in the film was the window shade that turned into a screen displaying scenic views (an idea similar to the dining room wall in another futuristic classic from...
2015/04/21 16:19
2015/04/21 16:19
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Flickr image courtesy of user Roger Schultz under a Creative Commons license. This week, the New York Times reports a much more shocking revelation about the building: 88,000 people have put in...
2015/04/21 12:43
2015/04/21 12:43
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John Pring is an experienced journalist, who has been reporting on disability issues for nearly 20 years. He launched the Disability News Service (DNS) in April 2009 to provide in-depth reporting on...
2015/04/26 00:43
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