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Every primary school should have at least one specialist science teacher as part of a new strategy to prevent the economy being weakened by a lack of critically important skills. Dedicated science,...
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2014/09/02 08:29
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Africa's mineral, timber, and oil wealth has been highly sought - and fought over - for years, mainly by Western nations. Today, though, Africa has become a strong trading partner for China, which...
2014/09/02 08:12
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The GSMA released two studies that explore various aspects of mobile-specific taxation in Africa and show that this burden is stifling economic growth in those countries that have introduced...
2014/09/02 05:52
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Australian ‘only OECD country without a science or tech strategy’. Australia’s chief scientist Ian Chubb has called on the Government to play a more active role in pushing science and technology...
2014/09/02 00:28
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Transforming New Zealand Businesses - It's Not Luck!Tuesday, 2 September 2014, 11:40 amPress Release: Intent GroupTransforming New Zealand Businesses - It's Not Luck!British Theory of Constraints...
2014/09/02 00:26
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Innovation and commercialisation lag in Australia Australia is ranked 17th in the latest global survey on innovation, but the reality is the clever country is punching well below its weight. Global...
2014/09/02 00:06
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When former kindergarten teacher Kim Sun Sung tried to re-join South Korea’s workforce after five years raising her children, she found it tough. Then 41, Kim was either told she was too old or had...
2014/09/01 22:00
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By Tamsyn Burgmann, The Canadian Press VANCOUVER - All summer long, there's been one overriding conversation amongst the hundred-plus employees at a Vancouver financial firm who have school-age...
2014/09/01 10:39
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Berlin: A major climate report presented to the world was censored by the very governments who requested it, frustrating and angering some of its lead authors. Berlin: A major climate report...
2014/09/01 08:44
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Seychelles Commits To Share Tax Info With G5by Robert Lee, Tax-News.com, London01 September 2014 The Seychelles is the latest country to commit to the automatic exchange of tax information as part of...
2014/09/01 08:43
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The government is being asked to take action against British firm G4S, after it emerged the company has won a £71mllion contract to provide a range of ‘base support’ services at Guantánamo Bay. The...
2014/09/01 08:17
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LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Die GSMA forderte heute die Regierungen Subsahara-Afrikas (SSA) auf, ihre Haltung zu überprüfen hinsichtlich der steigenden Steuerbelastung, die der Mobilbranche auferlegt...
2014/09/01 07:42
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Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras will meet with his coalition partner, PASOK leader Evangelos Venizelos, and Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis on Monday ahead of crucial two-day talks with...
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2014/09/01 06:49
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How can Ireland attract emigrants back? Economic recovery requires a pool of well-educated and skilled young people to attract investment and sustain growth Mon, Sep 1, 2014, 07:40 Marie-Claire...
2014/09/01 05:28
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There is an old joke about one fish asking another about the state of the water and the other answering “what’s water?” When you’re immersed in something and that is your daily experience, you are not...
2014/09/01 03:20
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Principals of crowded inner-city schools, such as Port Melbourne Primary School's Peter Martin, have to manage large numbers of students and a small amount of space. What gives, often, is space and...
2014/09/01 03:20
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Robert Randall urges parents not to let their children concentrate on Naplan measured activities. Does he not know, or is he ignoring the people who actually control this ridiculous over...
2014/09/01 01:37
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Despite rosy GDP, Malaysians still struggle to make ends meet Eswari (left), 38, selling flowers at her stall in the Abdullah Hukum flats in Kuala Lumpur. She and a few other families will feature in...
2014/08/31 22:45
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Scottish independence: Worries about financial security leave many of the elderly in conflict over voting Yes for the next generation, writes Lesley Riddoch IS an unfounded worry about pensions...
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