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EU sends illegal-fishing alert
The European Commission could impose trade sanctions if Thailand fails to curb illegal fishing, according to Agriculture Minister Pitiphong Phuengboon Na Ayutthaya. The European Union (EU) executive...
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Dark Chocolate: Good For Your Brain!
History of Chocolate The fact is that over 500 years ago, Christopher Columbus, who brought back cocoa from the Inca, Aztec, and Maya, discovered the medicinal properties of cocoa in 600 AD for...
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Gethin Jones heads back to former club Merthyr wi...
Merthyr Town test themselves against Southern League Premier opposition when Cirencester Town visit the Cigg-e Stadium for FA Trophy action on Saturday (3pm). And the Martyrs will be out to make the...
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Automatic Info Exchange Moves A Step Closer
Automatic Info Exchange Moves A Step Closerby Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels30 October 2014 On October 29, 2014, 51 jurisdictions signed a Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement on the...
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Food & Recipes
Greater Boston is haunted by a wave of spooky Halloween sweets, sips and treats that seem to grow more creative and tastefully gruesome each year. Tavern in the Square in Salem offers the Hocus Pocus...
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World's oldest person dies at 114
POINTE-A-PITRE - The world's oldest person, a nun named Eugenie Blanchard, died on Thursday aged 114 in the French West Indies, officials said. Blanchard died in hospital on Saint-Barthelemy, an...
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Huawei TalkBand B1 review
Huawei's first foray into the world of wearables is a strange beast indeed when compared to what else is on the market. The TalkBand B1, which we first saw back at MWC 2014 in February, is nominally a...
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Cover band M80 hears 1980s music everywhere they ...
Jane Train can’t escape the ’80s. She browses at a grocery store and hears “Walking on Sunshine.” She goes to a wedding and hears “Love Shack” and “Living on a Prayer.” “It’s everywhere,” she...
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The Rainbow Shot Will Absolutely Blow Your Mind. ...
Believe it or not, the rainbow shot isn’t made with snake oil and unicorn tears. It’s a vodka drink -- and not a very strong one, at that -- made by layering grenadine, sweet and sour mix, orange...
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Sure, anybody can go to the wine store and pick up a bottle of vino with a picture of Dracula on the label, uncork it and serve it for Halloween. But how creative is that? If you've got a little time...
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Tippling Hall cocktails make a grand entrance in ...
Rating: 3 (out of four) Off to a good start "It's going to be the culmination of everything the Tippling Bros. likes to do with beverages, but times ten." That's how Tad Carducci of cocktail...
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Nat Jarvis, Gethin Jones in Cirencester squad v M...
Merthyr Town renew their rivalry with Cirencester Town in an FA Trophy tie at Penydarren Park on Saturday week. The Martyrs earned a home tie against Cirencester in the first qualifying round with a...
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Why gin is cool and how London buses helped
The River Test flows through the new home of Bombay Sapphire gin at Laverstoke Mill, in the Hampshire countryside between London and the south coast of England. It's among the country's purest chalk...
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Orkney tug sent to rescue stricken salvage vessel...
The vessel was meant to be taken to Scrabster but is now being pulled to Scapa. COASTGUARD teams were called out to rescue a commercial salvage vessel which broke down five miles north of Dounreay on...
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Commissary kitchen concept comes to SF cocktail w...
When people think of a commissary kitchen, they often envision a space for caterers to prepare food for an upcoming event. Lo and behold, the commissary space has come to the bar world in the form of...
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Bumgarner gets the call for the Giants in Game 1
Madison Bumgarner has logged 249 innings already this season on his brawny left arm with the Giants making their third deep postseason run in five years. Given that number, manager Bruce Bochy was...
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Hart hints of squad tweaks for CFU Cup
A generally strong performance at the T&T leg of qualifiers for the Men’s Caribbean Cup has not convinced national head coach Stephen Hart that he has had the most suitable players and he has now...
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Got RM326,000? Book your ticket to space on the s...
With Luminox’s Space Series watches and the Lynx Mark II spacecraft, space adventure awaits. If you think only astronauts can go to space, think again. Thanks to Swiss watch brand Luminox, in...
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From humble ingredients to his love of Valentina ...
There’s a simple reason why Sean Brock decided to open a taco joint: he wanted to eat good tacos. “I got really hooked on Mexican food when I came to Nashville to open Husk,” Brock says. “Everyone’s...
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Young off to Haiti for Caribbean Football Union u...
Norval Young, a BVI Football Association referee who is a CONCACAF/FIFA accredited match official, has been named one of the officials for the last round of the under-17 CFU championship in Haiti on...
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