Federal Government's Retreat

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AllAfrica.com
365 Days of Buhari - PDP, a Tamed Oppositionopposition to the APC? Has is it been able to galvanise the civil society and t
365 Days of Buhari - PDP, a Tamed Opposition
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 hours ago
opposition to the APC? Has is it been able to galvanise the civil society and the citizenry to kick against a series of government's actions and policies that some observers have described as inhuman and suffocating? How has the PDP reacted to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Telecoms Sector - One Year Under Buhariand challenges confronting the Industry and define ways of addressing them. Th
Telecoms Sector - One Year Under Buhari
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 hours ago
and challenges confronting the Industry and define ways of addressing them. This led to the 2016 Communications Sector Retreat in Ibadan where stakeholders were able to list ways for accelerated growth of the Industry. The minister also... Read more
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Op-Ed News
William deBuys, No More Wide Open Spaces?called "terrorists" and treated as such. Their interpretation of the history of
William deBuys, No More Wide Open Spaces?
Op-Ed News / Posted 13 days ago
called "terrorists" and treated as such. Their interpretation of the history of western lands and of the judicial basis for federal land ownership -- or at least that of their leaders, since they weren't exactly a band of intellectuals -- was only... Read more
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CBC.ca
Fort McMurray visit comes as a crisis test for Trudeau: Chris Hallfor her frankness in telling the people of Fort McMurray that she can't say whe
Fort McMurray visit comes as a crisis test for Trudeau: Chris Hall
CBC.ca / Posted 17 days ago
for her frankness in telling the people of Fort McMurray that she can't say when they will be able to return, and for her government's response from issuing debit cards to those who need cash now to survive, to promising the city will be... Read more
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WA Today
Wall St flat as Apple drags tech sector lowerleast 1.3 per cent to pace a slide in health-care. The Nasdaq Biotechnology Ind
Wall St flat as Apple drags tech sector lower
WA Today / Posted 17 days ago
least 1.3 per cent to pace a slide in health-care. The Nasdaq Biotechnology Index sank 1.7 per cent, bringing its two-day retreat to 4.7 per cent. Stocks have churned after the S&P 500 last month reached the highest level since December 1 and... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Wall St flat as Apple drags tech sector lowerleast 1.3 per cent to pace a slide in health-care. The Nasdaq Biotechnology Ind
Wall St flat as Apple drags tech sector lower
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 days ago
least 1.3 per cent to pace a slide in health-care. The Nasdaq Biotechnology Index sank 1.7 per cent, bringing its two-day retreat to 4.7 per cent. Stocks have churned after the S&P 500 last month reached the highest level since December 1 and... Read more
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The Age
Wall St flat as Apple drags tech sector lowerleast 1.3 per cent to pace a slide in health-care. The Nasdaq Biotechnology Ind
Wall St flat as Apple drags tech sector lower
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
least 1.3 per cent to pace a slide in health-care. The Nasdaq Biotechnology Index sank 1.7 per cent, bringing its two-day retreat to 4.7 per cent. Stocks have churned after the S&P 500 last month reached the highest level since December 1 and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Wall St flat as Apple drags tech sector lowerleast 1.3 per cent to pace a slide in health-care. The Nasdaq Biotechnology Ind
Wall St flat as Apple drags tech sector lower
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
least 1.3 per cent to pace a slide in health-care. The Nasdaq Biotechnology Index sank 1.7 per cent, bringing its two-day retreat to 4.7 per cent. Stocks have churned after the S&P 500 last month reached the highest level since December 1 and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Wall St flat as Apple drags tech sector lowerleast 1.3 per cent to pace a slide in health-care. The Nasdaq Biotechnology Ind
Wall St flat as Apple drags tech sector lower
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
least 1.3 per cent to pace a slide in health-care. The Nasdaq Biotechnology Index sank 1.7 per cent, bringing its two-day retreat to 4.7 per cent. Stocks have churned after the S&P 500 last month reached the highest level since December 1 and... Read more
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Island Packet
Business HighlightsPanamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca. Spanning over two decades, the data showed
Business Highlights
Island Packet / Posted 18 days ago
Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca. Spanning over two decades, the data showed no decrease in the number despite the government's efforts. Google to ban payday lending ads, calling industry 'harmful' NEW YORK (AP) — Internet giant Google... Read more
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ABC News
Business HighlightsPanamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca. Spanning over two decades, the data showed
Business Highlights
ABC News / Posted 18 days ago
Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca. Spanning over two decades, the data showed no decrease in the number despite the government's efforts. Google to ban payday lending ads, calling industry 'harmful' NEW YORK (AP) — Internet giant Google... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Topic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)spots. Fly fishing is embraced as a way to help women recovering from breast c
Topic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 days ago
spots. Fly fishing is embraced as a way to help women recovering from breast cancer treatment, at an Australian-first retreat. Michael Cavanagh travels to Collector in NSW to see how a pop up cafe is creating a new vibe in the towns old... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Capital for the capital: this budget is good news for Canberrathese expenses grew almost twice as fast (4.6 per cent) as the economy as a who
Capital for the capital: this budget is good news for Canberra
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 26 days ago
these expenses grew almost twice as fast (4.6 per cent) as the economy as a whole (2.5 per cent). Treasury estimates the government's running costs will continue to rise relatively quickly in the coming year, at a rate of 3 per cent. Sponsored... Read more
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27d
Brisbane Times
Schools and hospitals win $4 billion extra fundingneutralise Labor's key strength ahead of the July election. The amounts, confi
Schools and hospitals win $4 billion extra funding
Brisbane Times / Posted 27 days ago
neutralise Labor's key strength ahead of the July election. The amounts, confirmed in Tuesday's budget, represent a minor retreat from former prime minister Tony Abbott's 2014 pledge to cut $80 billion from both over a decade. Meanwhile, the... Read more
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27d
WA Today
Schools and hospitals win $4 billion extra fundingneutralise Labor's key strength ahead of the July election. The amounts, confi
Schools and hospitals win $4 billion extra funding
WA Today / Posted 27 days ago
neutralise Labor's key strength ahead of the July election. The amounts, confirmed in Tuesday's budget, represent a minor retreat from former prime minister Tony Abbott's 2014 pledge to cut $80 billion from both over a decade. Meanwhile, the... Read more
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27d
Sydney Morning Herald
Schools and hospitals win $4 billion extra fundingneutralise Labor's key strength ahead of the July election. The amounts, confi
Schools and hospitals win $4 billion extra funding
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
neutralise Labor's key strength ahead of the July election. The amounts, confirmed in Tuesday's budget, represent a minor retreat from former prime minister Tony Abbott's 2014 pledge to cut $80 billion from both over a decade. The coalition has... Read more
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Canberra Times
Schools and hospitals win $4 billion extra fundingneutralise Labor's key strength ahead of the July election. The amounts, confi
Schools and hospitals win $4 billion extra funding
Canberra Times / Posted 27 days ago
neutralise Labor's key strength ahead of the July election. The amounts, confirmed in Tuesday's budget, represent a minor retreat from former prime minister Tony Abbott's 2014 pledge to cut $80 billion from both over a decade. Meanwhile, the... Read more
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27d
The Age
Capital for the capital: this budget is good news for Canberrathese expenses grew almost twice as fast (4.6 per cent) as the economy as a who
Capital for the capital: this budget is good news for Canberra
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
these expenses grew almost twice as fast (4.6 per cent) as the economy as a whole (2.5 per cent). Treasury estimates the government's running costs will continue to rise relatively quickly in the coming year, at a rate of 3 per cent. Sponsored... Read more
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27d
Canberra Times
Capital for the capital: this budget is good news for Canberrathese expenses grew almost twice as fast (4.6 per cent) as the economy as a who
Capital for the capital: this budget is good news for Canberra
Canberra Times / Posted 27 days ago
these expenses grew almost twice as fast (4.6 per cent) as the economy as a whole (2.5 per cent). Treasury estimates the government's running costs will continue to rise relatively quickly in the coming year, at a rate of 3 per cent. Sponsored... Read more
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27d
The Age
Schools and hospitals win $4 billion extra fundingneutralise Labor's key strength ahead of the July election. The amounts, confi
Schools and hospitals win $4 billion extra funding
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
neutralise Labor's key strength ahead of the July election. The amounts, confirmed in Tuesday's budget, represent a minor retreat from former prime minister Tony Abbott's 2014 pledge to cut $80 billion from both over a decade. Meanwhile, the... Read more
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28d
AllAfrica.com
NLC Asks FG to Set Up Special Account for Recovered FundsAs Nigerians yesterday celebrated Workers' Day, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NL
NLC Asks FG to Set Up Special Account for Recovered Funds
AllAfrica.com / Posted 28 days ago
As Nigerians yesterday celebrated Workers' Day, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) called on the federal government to urgently set up a special and separate account for recovered looted funds and channel such funds to job creation, describing rising... Read more
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CBC.ca
The pipeline test of Justin Trudeau's leadershipso neatly questioned. Trudeau reminded everyone of his support for Keystone XL
The pipeline test of Justin Trudeau's leadership
CBC.ca / Posted 29 days ago
so neatly questioned. Trudeau reminded everyone of his support for Keystone XL. He acknowledged the previous Conservative government's failure on the environment, but needled the demonizing of Canadian oil that subsequently emerged as a "shortcut... Read more
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Morningstar
Economy grows in first quarter at slowest pace in two yearsmanufacturers facing a tougher global sales environment and U.S. energy produce
Economy grows in first quarter at slowest pace in two years
Morningstar / Posted 1 months ago
manufacturers facing a tougher global sales environment and U.S. energy producers coping with cheap oil led a corporate retreat in the January-to-March period. Companies cut spending on structures such as mining rigs by nearly 11% and investment... Read more
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