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... The Baltic Sea's trove of shipwrecks has preserved all kinds of history—much of it about war—and recently sparked fears of looming conflict in Europe. Bordered by Scandinavia, Finland, the Baltics,...
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Evaluating geological research equipment in snow before it is taken to the Antarctic are (from left) University of Otago student Laurine van Haastrecht, university engineer Jim Woods, Southern...
2015/08/02 18:22
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Wellington Shire Council is seeking the support of Deputy Premier Troy Grant for NSW government funding for a crime prevention plan to tackle its ice and crime problems. Wellington Shire Council is...
2015/08/02 18:21
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Expert who massively exaggerated Ebola outbreak predictions under fire on claims Last fall, Martin Meltzer calculated that 1.4 million people might contract Ebola in West Africa -- his number was 65...
2015/08/02 16:20
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Voters will need to brush up on more than just the issues come election day. This fall’s federal vote will be the first since 2012’s redistribution of federal electoral districts — a move that added...
2015/08/02 16:18
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Economic hardship is widespread in Mexico, which is home to more than 120 million people, more than half of whom lived in poverty at the end 2012. Now inequality and wage disparity have emerged as...
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MANILA, Philippines - Starting this month, over 90,000 personnel of the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) will be going door-to-door in all 42,028 barangays nationwide for the collection of census...
2015/08/02 13:48
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It was somewhere late in our pilgrimage to see Doug Peacock, after the buffalo traffic jams of Yellowstone but before we reached the tiny Montana town of Emigrant, that I realized I was wearing...
2015/08/02 13:44
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SAN FRANCISCO — Jody Kearns doesn't like to spend time obsessing about her Parkinson's disease. The 56-year-old dietitian from Syracuse, N.Y., had to give up bicycling because the disorder affected...
2015/08/02 11:34
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Amongst other things, the Third National Aboriginal Health Summit in Darwin last week provided some examples of how the wider primary healthcare sector can learn so much from the Aboriginal community...
2015/08/02 11:09
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Bottom Line: Buy Local is taking root in area grocer aisles Posted Aug. 2, 2015 at 6:21 AM Posted Aug. 2, 2015 at 6:21 AM The presence of local goods, particularly produce, has become increasingly...
2015/08/02 10:14
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British life insurer Pru Life UK has partnered with Rescue 5, TV5’s Emergency Response Unit, in the Company’s long-term commitment to propagate disaster preparedness and awareness especially in areas...
2015/08/02 08:57
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Chuck Haralson is turning his lens away from the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism in December after 36 years. But he won’t be done taking photos. After retiring, Haralson, the department’s...
2015/08/02 07:48
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By Dereck Joubert, National Geographic In the wake of Cecil the lion’s killing in Zimbabwe we are seeing real conversations about hunting: its viability and its ethics. It has opened some tough...
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2015/08/02 07:09
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It’s about attracting tourists and their dollars to Central Massachusetts, but has all the earmarks of Shakespearean drama – the rise of a ruler who is eventually supplanted by a younger, more...
2015/08/02 06:46
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Utah’s economy is on a roll. Our state has received national accolades for quality job growth, low unemployment, innovation and economic diversity. And thanks to a well-educated workforce, vibrant...
2015/08/02 06:29
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BINDI Irwin isn’t feeling very well. She’s just returned home from a hiking trip in Canada and has come back with the flu. Not that you’d know it. The only telltale sign she isn’t feeling a hundred...
2015/08/02 05:08
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By DAVID DANZIS ddanzis@njherald.com The proposed transfer of Saint Clare’s Health Systems from Catholic Health Initiatives to Prime Healthcare Services, originally scheduled for Saturday, has been...
2015/08/02 04:33
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Maybe it was his bright green swim trunks. Maybe it was the nearby school of bait fish. But, suddenly — and Brent Lamprecht can only assume mistakenly — he felt a sharp tug on his bathing suit. The...
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Mr Fluffy: First demolition schedule released by ACT Asbestos Taskforce The first schedule of 38 Mr Fluffy loose-fill asbestos contaminated homes to be demolished has been released following the...
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