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2014/04/19 04:43
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Is there anything to the name of a hurricane and its ferocity, or lack thereof? This question came up when we discovered that the first storm of this year’s Atlantic hurricane season will be named...
2014/04/19 04:43
2014/04/19 04:43
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2014/04/19 03:15
2014/04/19 03:15
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WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama does not plan to see Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim when he is in Kuala Lumpur next week, though US officials on Friday did not rule out a lower-level...
2014/04/19 02:10
2014/04/19 02:10
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The phrase, however, resonated, and all the more so when Mr Blair was open about his conversion to Catholicism after leaving office. The former prime minister also revealed the shock which had greeted...
2014/04/18 23:45
2014/04/18 23:45
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SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE: The CBI yesterday declared itself as an official backer of the No ­campaign in the run-up to the ­independence referendum, sparking the immediate withdrawal of two Scottish...
2014/04/18 18:43
2014/04/18 18:43
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When Jose Mourinho says that his team will be ready to win the Premier League trophy next season, you better believe him. The ‘Special One’ has a knack for predictions, and he wouldn’t suggest this if...
2014/04/18 17:30
2014/04/18 17:30
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There's confusion over the fate of kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls. SA prepares for a post-Zuma ANC. The Nigerian media are irritated by confusion over the fate of more than 100 students abducted by...
2014/04/18 17:26
2014/04/18 17:26
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Meiyintang ‘chicken cup’, which sold for $36m in Hong Kong Christie’s former chief executive Edward Dolman, after three years at the head of Sheikha Mayassa’s personal office in Qatar, is not...
2014/04/17 13:30
2014/04/17 13:30
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Bujumbura — If high-level engagement by outside parties is a measure of political risk, Burundi is a country to keep a close eye on as it approaches elections next year. UN Secretary-General Ban...
2014/04/17 13:08
2014/04/17 13:08
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It may generate a feel-good factor but the charity telethon l-Istrina was a cause of Disquiet for the Voluntary Organisations Commissioner. In his forward to last year’s annual report, Kenneth Wain...
2014/04/17 10:24
2014/04/17 10:24
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When does a political conference cease to be one and instead become a rally? The SNP’s spring conference in Aberdeen was one such occasion. David Attenborough ought to have been there to do his...
2014/04/17 09:30
2014/04/17 09:30
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In recent days Ronnie Kasrils has been referred to as 'a rebel, a Judas, a scoundrel', as 'Satan', and as a 'disruptive, reckless and counter-revolutionary' figure spitting on 'the long struggles and...
2014/04/17 09:29
2014/04/17 09:29
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In recent days Ronnie Kasrils has been referred to as 'a rebel, a Judas, a scoundrel', as 'Satan', and as a 'disruptive, reckless and counter-revolutionary' figure spitting on 'the long struggles and...
2014/04/17 08:56
2014/04/17 08:56
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TESCO boss Philip Clarke insisted he is staying put after Britain’s biggest supermarket revealed a second year in a row of falling profits and a deepening deterioration in UK sales. The embattled...
2014/04/17 07:29
2014/04/17 07:29
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The 2014 elections are held on the 20th anniversary of the advent of democracy. Instead of celebration, the atmosphere is suffused with anger and mistrust. Many believe freedom is endangered or that...
2014/04/16 18:24
2014/04/16 18:24
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This week, she has been embroiled in controversy regarding her portfolio as ACC Minister following District Court Judge Grant Powell's decision to rule ACC had unlawfully cut off payments to claimants...
2014/04/16 13:41
2014/04/16 13:41
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The pay bill for some of the BBC’s biggest screen and radio stars, including Graham Norton and Jeremy Clarkson, is to be examined in a review by the BBC Trust which will look at how the costs compare...
2014/04/16 06:36
2014/04/16 06:36
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Share this page The news on Friday that Tesco's chief financial officer, Laurie McIlwee, has resigned is likely to have come as something of a relief to at least some of the supermarket chain's key...
2014/04/16 02:10
2014/04/16 02:10
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Coalition ministers were quick yesterday to trumpet the figures as good news for all those sainted "hard-working families" and clearly enjoyed putting Labour on the back foot. But ministers know that...
2014/04/15 18:23
2014/04/15 18:23
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The move would be considered at the next full council meeting, on May 19, after a plea from Emeritus Prof Sir Alan Mark on behalf of appeal organisers at this week's Dunedin City Council public...
2014/04/15 03:20
2014/04/15 03:20
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Krystyna Croft with her son Robert, 30, who has Down syndrome and autism. Photo: Pat Scala As a teenager, Patrick Cerato's life was laid out before him like a glorious picnic. A top athlete and...
2014/04/19 04:43
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