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Aggressive behaviour has increased outside Sydney bars but the number of alcohol-related injuries in Kings Cross has declined since the city's 1.30am lockout was introduced, according to submissions...
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Ted Baillieu has resigned as Premier after a Liberals-only crisis meeting on Wednesday night, saying "I do this in the best of the government". Denis Napthine is the new leader and Mr Baillieu will...
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The massive Dutch civil service pension fund ABP is one of several investing millions of euros in factory farms in China, Thailand and Brazil, according to animal welfare campaign group Wakker...
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Actor Adil Hussain, popular for his roles in films such as "Ishqiya" and "English Vinglish", finds actors more seriously involved and prepared in Independent films vis-a-vis commercial cinema. "Since...
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Officials of non-life insurance companies have welcomed the orders of Competition Commission of India (CCI) slapping a heavy fine on 14 car makers indulging in restrictive practices which cost the...
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Johannesburg - President Jacob Zuma has urged South Africans to “defend and celebrate” the country’s constitution, saying it is one of the best instruments of government in the world. Zuma said South...
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Harcourt — The on-going war against terrorism may consume some prominent Nigerians if urgent steps are not taken to weaken the stronghold of the insurgents. A Nigerian cleric based in the United...
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Women in Rajasthan in India have to trudge miles in search of drinking water. The water kiosks installed in two districts deliver potable water to their homes.REUTERS Almost 22,000 people in two arid...
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Investors will closely watch new data for the euro zone with the European Central Bank (ECB) set to meet later in the week with many analysts now anticipating some sort of further monetary stimulus. A...
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An inquiry into the release of a sensitive security document to Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater within days of requesting it will include access to computer systems, documents and phone records. In...
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Talks between officials from the Tory and Lib Dem sides of the Government have so far failed to finalise the package. Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said the country faced "very real threats" but...
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A Melbourne man has died while trying to save his drowning partner off the Greek island Crete. John Lynch, 45, of Nunawading, was living in Dublin with his partner, civil servant Kevin Devine, for...
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Tory MPs mull personal EU quit pledges Scores of Conservative MPs are considering making pledges to vote to leave the European Union ahead of next year’s general election, according to the...
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Lib Dems to widen free school meals The Liberal Democrats would extend free school meals to all primary school children, David Laws has said. The Schools Minister told the Independent that the party...
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LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Glennmont Partners, one of Europe’s largest fund managers focusing exclusively on investment in clean energy infrastructure, has successfully closed its second fund, Clean...
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The European Respiratory Society (ERS) International Congress, in Munich, Germany, September 6-10, 2014 sets the scene for important announcements across the substantial Boehringer Ingelheim...
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Chinese official visiting financial hub heckled by pro-democracy lawmakers and activists who demand full democracy. Hong Kong police have used pepper spray to disperse pro-democracy activists who...
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However, Christian stipulated that any future Norwegian kings were entitled to buy back the islands for 210 kilograms of gold or 2,310 kilograms of silver. For the past 545 years, that arrangement has...
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Nigeria's National Emergency Management Agency has said nearly 11,500 fled Gwoza, also in Borno state, when militants seized the town on August 7. Boko Haram claims it has since declared Gwoza part of...
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Current models boast an average of 1,800 watts. Tesco said sales had risen by 44% over the past two weeks, with customers snapping up the most popular 2,000 watt models, and the Co-operative...
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