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2015/07/07 15:38
2015/07/07 15:38
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Certified public accountants practicing in Liberia will soon be on par with their colleagues in terms of standards as Liberia stands to benefit if regulations one and two of the Liberia Institute of...
2015/07/07 15:38
2015/07/07 15:38
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2015/07/07 09:32
2015/07/07 09:32
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Kampala — The age at which one can make a Will is going to be lowered from 21 to 18 years. According to, Ms Annet Kotte, a principal legal officer, the Uganda Law Reform Commission carried a study on...
2015/07/07 06:41
2015/07/07 06:41
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Insurers use 200-year-old laws to avoid payouts, report claims | Irish Examiner Insurers use 200-year-old laws to avoid payouts, report claims Tuesday, July 07, 2015 - 06:52 AM A new report from...
2015/07/07 00:41
2015/07/07 00:41
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Public sector sick pay cut saves €50m | Irish Examiner Public sector sick pay cut saves €50m A halving of sick pay for public sector workers last year resulted in an extra 260,000 days being worked...
2015/07/07 00:12
2015/07/07 00:12
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THE Queensland Law Reform Commission has released a discussion paper on neighbourhood dispute laws about dividing fences and trees. It's inviting submissions from the community about Queensland...
2015/07/06 23:09
2015/07/06 23:09
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The Judges Matters Coalition met last week to discuss various developments in democratic South Africa particularly with regard to Customary Law and traditional leadership issues. These have been...
2015/07/06 11:46
2015/07/06 11:46
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Fifa crisis: Concacaf begins path to reform after scandal It is easy to get confused at times by the various acronyms of football's continental confederations. But for a while now, it has been very...
2015/07/06 08:29
2015/07/06 08:29
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Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa left Harare yesterday evening for a five-day official visit to China. He was accompanied by his wife Auxillia, Industry and Commerce Minister Mike Bimha, Small and...
2015/07/06 05:50
2015/07/06 05:50
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Brokerages, banks, mutual funds and insurance companies are shying away from Chinese stocks. So where are they investing? Photo: Reuters Escalating downgrades can't dent the appeal of China's local...
2015/07/06 02:52
2015/07/06 02:52
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Weighing up measures to protect against drones, revenge porn. The NSW parliament’s law and justice committee has begun a fresh inquiry into the long-debated need for legal measures that would let...
2015/07/05 23:50
2015/07/05 23:50
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I AM not sure who first coined the term “the new normal”, but it is increasingly being used worldwide to mean that something that was unusual is now becoming quite usual and we should become used to...
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2015/07/05 19:11
2015/07/05 19:11
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LAW Institute of Victoria president Katie Miller says the government is rushing data retention laws while ignoring efforts to protect privacy in a digital age. Ms Miller said parliament had paid...
2015/07/05 03:27
2015/07/05 03:27
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Brazilian miner Vale SA to benefit as China lifts ban on Valemax ships BEIJING, China - China will allow 400,000-deadweight tonne Valemax bulkers to dock at its ports, officially ending a more than...
2015/07/04 16:43
2015/07/04 16:43
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China unveiled a plan to use the Internet to rejuvenate traditional industries and boost flagging economic growth, the State Council said in a statement Saturday. "Internet Plus," as the plan is...
2015/07/03 06:03
2015/07/03 06:03
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The Australian is up on his pedals, giving it everything, while I am in the saddle turning a biggish gear. What I do have going for me is the fact that, concealed within the bottle on my down tube is...
2015/07/02 18:53
2015/07/02 18:53
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Hite's report card: solid, no straight A's Superintendent William R. Hite Jr. has gotten his report card: solid, but no straight As. And though he was eligible for a performance bonus, Hite declined...
2015/07/02 12:57
2015/07/02 12:57
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Overnight Media Digest * The shutdown of Greece's banking system is crippling businesses and making it hard for people to pay their bills. The freezing of Greece's banking system is the most dramatic...
2015/07/02 09:18
2015/07/02 09:18
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A file image of a calendar. Credit: sxc.hu African Christian Democratic Party leader Kenneth Meshoe has hit out at a bid to have Christian public holidays in South Africa reviewed. The bid comes...
2015/07/02 08:05
2015/07/02 08:05
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On Wednesday, the Australian Border Force Act came into force. It makes it an offense for an "entrusted person" (an Australian Border Force employee) to make a record of or disclose "protected...
2015/07/02 07:49
2015/07/02 07:49
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Top foreign stories Bank of England deputy says Greek situation ‘very dangerous’, no contagion: Greece’s deepening debt crisis has become “very dangerous” but there is no sign yet of it spreading to...
2015/07/07 15:38
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