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2014/09/16 13:23
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A quartet of business heavyweights have been drafted in by Lord Myners, the former City minister, as he probes the controversial process which saw Royal Mail sold to the private sector last year. Sky...
2014/09/16 13:23
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2014/09/16 10:45
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UK businesses are being encouraged to develop, innovate and collaborate on new cyber security ideas in a bid to win £4m of government funding. At the UK and US Global Security and Innovation Summit,...
2014/09/15 23:55
2014/09/15 23:55
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A US$10 billion iron-ore mine that has taken more than eight years to develop near this remote Australian port is a glaring example of how much has gone wrong with China's decade long push to buy up...
2014/09/13 23:38
2014/09/13 23:38
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A survey of social services leaders by the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS) has uncovered the impact of budget cuts on the care provided by local authorities in England. The...
2014/09/13 12:38
2014/09/13 12:38
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When India became independent, the Government of India launched many hydro-electric projects like Bhakra Nangal Dam and Iron and Steel plants which were called the "Temples of modern India" by our...
2014/09/12 15:38
2014/09/12 15:38
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Tens of thousands of job cuts allowed the UK coalition government to firm up £14bn of otherwise flaky claims for austerity savings it said proved its frugal, "hard-headed" government was...
2014/09/12 11:48
2014/09/12 11:48
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The UK's National Cyber Security Programme is not yet delivering on its much-vaunted economic benefits but is still a worthwhile exercise, according to a report by government auditors. An update by...
2014/09/11 13:45
2014/09/11 13:45
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The government’s main cyber security initiative has had a limited impact in advising small business owners on how to deal with internet attacks, the National Audit Office (NAO) has said. In an update...
2014/09/11 12:56
2014/09/11 12:56
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The government is struggling to demonstrate a clear link between the large number of individual projects being delivered as part of its National Cyber Security Programme (NCSP), and an overall picture...
2014/09/10 02:52
2014/09/10 02:52
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To contribute to 'technology transformation'. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has kicked off a hunt for a new IT security chief, who will advise chief technology officer Todd Heather on the...
2014/09/09 09:26
2014/09/09 09:26
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Senate beef levy inquiry recommends overhaul of grass-fed beef levy Chief amongst them is a recommendation to create a beef producer-owned organisation to receive and direct how levies are...
2014/09/08 06:09
2014/09/08 06:09
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The move follows a series of less well-publicised changes, including, earlier this year, opening its distribution network later on Saturday and on Sundays to allow retailers to hand over items, and...
2014/09/07 21:51
2014/09/07 21:51
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It's outrageous to give MPs such a big rise in wages A MOOD of deepening crisis has gripped Britain. Marcial Boo wants a 10 per cent pay rise for Westminster MPs[PH/PA] We could be entering the...
2014/09/06 23:37
2014/09/06 23:37
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Anti-nuclear campaigners and union leaders have been incensed by the increase, which was highlighted by Labour after a report by the Office for Budget Responsibility, which is charged with...
2014/09/06 09:53
2014/09/06 09:53
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British lawmakers have criticized the Ministry of Defence (MoD) over its “bungled” recruitment plan for the army. The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) criticized the MoD for failing to properly...
2014/09/06 00:46
2014/09/06 00:46
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Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Scott Morrison. Photo: Wolter Peeters The federal government is seeking expanded powers to collect and share biometric information in order to support...
2014/09/05 09:23
2014/09/05 09:23
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The Army is facing an increased risk of manpower gaps because of a major cost-cutting shake-up involving slashing the number regular troops, it has been warned. And in a damning report, members of a...
2014/09/04 23:12
2014/09/04 23:12
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Poor management of £40bn worth of outsourced public contracts has left the government exposed to the possibility of widespread fraud and overcharging, according to a report from the government's...
2014/09/03 11:42
2014/09/03 11:42
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Small businesses account for 47% of the UK’s private sector employment and around a third of turnover, but they are being left out of the loop when it comes to shaping and nurturing local economic...
2014/09/03 10:26
2014/09/03 10:26
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Great Barrier Reef: Senate report urges 'cap or ban' dredge spoil dumping inside marine park A bipartisan Senate committee has called for an immediate halt on approvals for dumping dredge spoil...
2014/09/16 13:23
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