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AllAfrica.com
Ricce Launches Campaign On Conservation, AgricultureOrganizations, Ministry of Agriculture and local government authorities. Produ
Ricce Launches Campaign On Conservation, Agriculture
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 minutes ago
Organizations, Ministry of Agriculture and local government authorities. Produce showcased at the launch were cassava, rice, peanuts, pineapples, plantains, pepper, bitter balls and water melon, among others. The forum was held under the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Let's Build Nigeria Togetherof dollars in foreign exchange and drastically reduce its food import bill by g
Let's Build Nigeria Together
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 minutes ago
of dollars in foreign exchange and drastically reduce its food import bill by growing more food in Nigeria, mainly; rice, wheat and sugar. "We are in the process of promoting agriculture, livestock, exploiting our solid mineral resources... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
These 17 Years of Democracybright once again. If we fix our refineries, significantly enhance electricity
These 17 Years of Democracy
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 minutes ago
bright once again. If we fix our refineries, significantly enhance electricity supply and eat much more locally grown rice, wheat and sugar, we can set the country on the path to agricultural and industrial development. Meanwhile, we need to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
We Asked These Durbanites How They're Coping With Food Price HikesSouth Africans have been asked to tighten their belts, while being hit with con
We Asked These Durbanites How They're Coping With Food Price Hikes
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 minutes ago
South Africans have been asked to tighten their belts, while being hit with constant price increases - from electricity, to petrol, and now food. KWAZI DLAMINI asked some Durbanites how they will be coping with increased food prices. Nontando Gcuma,... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Remembering McHenry County soldiers who made the ultimate sacrificeJ.W. Powers, C. Preston, R. Prouse, N.E. Randall, C. Rapp, C. Reardon, T. Rees,
Remembering McHenry County soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice
Northwest Herald / Posted 11 minutes ago
J.W. Powers, C. Preston, R. Prouse, N.E. Randall, C. Rapp, C. Reardon, T. Rees, G. Reiman, J.S. Reynolds, T. Rhodes, L.A. Rice, W.D. Robb, W. Roberts, E. Robinson, J. Rogers, C.D. Rorer, J.J. Rothermel, C. Rourke, J. Rowley, D.W. Ryan, T. Ryan, L.... Read more
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Games Radar
The Nice Guys reviewJudith Kutner (Kim Basinger, weirdly inexpressive). Daughters are also prevale
The Nice Guys review
Games Radar / Posted 49 minutes ago
Judith Kutner (Kim Basinger, weirdly inexpressive). Daughters are also prevalent, with Gosling’s offspring Holly (Angourie Rice) tagging along for the ride, when she really shouldn’t. As Crowe says in his opening voiceover, “There’s something wrong... Read more
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The Financial Express
Christine Lagarde remote control makes Europeans doubt IMF role in Greek dealtheir money, wondered out loud this week whether the euro zone should keep tryi
Christine Lagarde remote control makes Europeans doubt IMF role in Greek deal
The Financial Express / Posted 50 minutes ago
their money, wondered out loud this week whether the euro zone should keep trying to get the Fund involved again “at any price”. Questions about the IMF’s engagement were raised by about a dozen senior officials in private conversations with... Read more
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New Kerala
'Climate change probably not responsible for Harappan civilisation collapse' - newkerala.com #69978like wheat and barley during the early part of intensified monsoon to drought-r
'Climate change probably not responsible for Harappan civilisation collapse' - newkerala.com #69978
New Kerala / Posted 58 minutes ago
like wheat and barley during the early part of intensified monsoon to drought-resistant species of small millets and rice in the later part of declining monsoon, and thereby changed their subsistence strategy," explained Sarkar. The findings... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Pity the Lion With Clipped Clawsas Nigeria's ruler only when 'condition is critical', as Nigerians say. When he
Pity the Lion With Clipped Claws
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
as Nigeria's ruler only when 'condition is critical', as Nigerians say. When he took over in 1983 the economy was comatose; rice and Omo had vanished from stores; many state governments were not paying salaries and the treasury had been stripped... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Could Nigerians Have Asked For A Better Deal?federal government. According to the Agric ministry, all these would be achieve
Could Nigerians Have Asked For A Better Deal?
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
federal government. According to the Agric ministry, all these would be achieved through attainment of self-sufficiency in rice production by 2018, sufficiency in tomato paste by 2016, attaining local production of maize, soya beans, poultry and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
50 Percent of Farm Operations Will Be Mechanized By 2020 - Minagritechnology. The ministry took initiative to purchase several farm machines inc
50 Percent of Farm Operations Will Be Mechanized By 2020 - Minagri
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
technology. The ministry took initiative to purchase several farm machines including tractors, combine harvesters, rice transplanters, and power tillers but later urged private investors to join the sector. It said however, that the... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Indians stir chai into Silicon Valley coffee culturewhere the blend of spiced tea and simmered milk is woven into daily lifestyles,
Indians stir chai into Silicon Valley coffee culture
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 2 hours ago
where the blend of spiced tea and simmered milk is woven into daily lifestyles, prompted him to start tinkering. "I took a rice cooker apart and reconfigured it to make chai," Chawla said. "It made good chai, and I realized this process could be... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Foreign Ministry Donates to IDPswas to commemorate the first anniversary of President Muhammadu Buhari's admini
Foreign Ministry Donates to IDPs
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
was to commemorate the first anniversary of President Muhammadu Buhari's administration. Items donated included bags of rice, clothes, shoes, toiletries and other relief materials. Health officials, including staff of the National Agency for the... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Zambo drought-stricken farmers receive rice aid ZAMBOANGA CITY -– The city government through the Office of the City Agricult
Zambo drought-stricken farmers receive rice aid
Manila Bulletin / Posted 2 hours ago
ZAMBOANGA CITY -– The city government through the Office of the City Agriculturist has begun the distribution of rice to drought-affected farmers in the city. The rice distribution is one of the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Ever wondered what North Koreans eat? Behind-the-scenes footage reveals alland baron roads. As the footage shows, Jaka can be seen approaching the first
Ever wondered what North Koreans eat? Behind-the-scenes footage reveals all
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 hours ago
and baron roads. As the footage shows, Jaka can be seen approaching the first stall to buy some sushi-like roll of rice wrapped in what looks like seaweed. "Since we are Muslim, my wife and I try to be careful in choosing food. Wonder... Read more
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Perth Now
Bizarre appeal of chilling ‘mud villages’from a exploratory well in May 2006, it didn’t stop. By September 2006, the mu
Bizarre appeal of chilling ‘mud villages’
Perth Now / Posted 2 hours ago
from a exploratory well in May 2006, it didn’t stop. By September 2006, the mud flow had inundated villages and destroyed rice paddies, sugarcane fields and even a major highway. In November that year, an underground gas pipeline at the site... Read more
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Rappler
Football: Tales from the Ceres Cup in Bacolodin white wearing hat. Photo by Bob Guerrero/Rappler Sum-ag is an agricultural
Football: Tales from the Ceres Cup in Bacolod
Rappler / Posted 2 hours ago
in white wearing hat. Photo by Bob Guerrero/Rappler Sum-ag is an agricultural town in the outskirts of Bacolod where rice and sugar cane are grown. Jocson, an entrepreneur, started the club when her kids picked up the game. Even though they... Read more
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New Kerala
It takes a village: Where religious harmony defies years of Kashmir strife - newkerala.com #69898and Pandits throng the shared space to celebrate the annual festivals of the re
It takes a village: Where religious harmony defies years of Kashmir strife - newkerala.com #69898
New Kerala / Posted 2 hours ago
and Pandits throng the shared space to celebrate the annual festivals of the religious figures. Muslims prepare kheer -- a rice pudding offered to seek the blessings of the goddess -- and serve it to Hindus during the annual fair of Kheerbhawani.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
In One Year, Buhari Succeeded in Running Nigeria Agroundeconomy was ruined so much that States could no longer pay workers' salaries.
In One Year, Buhari Succeeded in Running Nigeria Aground
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 hours ago
economy was ruined so much that States could no longer pay workers' salaries. He said millions of jobs were lost, prices of essential commodities skyrocketed to the extent that Nigerians could no longer afford common tomato to cook and the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Prospect of Going Into Recession Is Frighteningthe economy, again we were unlucky. We are now a mono-economy and everybody is
Prospect of Going Into Recession Is Frightening
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 hours ago
the economy, again we were unlucky. We are now a mono-economy and everybody is dependent on oil revenue. The oil price collapsed and we were exposed. From 1999 to 2014, the average price of Nigerian crude that was sold was $100 per barrel,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
One Year of President Buhari...We are jogging to a recession. I mean running. Sprinting. We all know Buhari in
One Year of President Buhari...
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 hours ago
We are jogging to a recession. I mean running. Sprinting. We all know Buhari inherited a bad economy: low crude oil prices, foreign reserves that did not reflect the average oil price of $100 in the previous years, uncompleted projects... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Economy Still Helplesslate last year, when the value of naira suddenly crashed to about 215 a dollar
The Economy Still Helpless
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 hours ago
late last year, when the value of naira suddenly crashed to about 215 a dollar due to scarcity of the Foreign Exchange, prices of food items such as rice, fish and vegetable oil hit the roof, the country started recording imported inflation since... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
365 Days of Buhari - His Five Key Achievementstimes are hard for Nigerians under the administration. They would cite the towe
365 Days of Buhari - His Five Key Achievements
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 hours ago
times are hard for Nigerians under the administration. They would cite the towering unemployment level, the skyrocketed prices of commodities including rice and tomatoes as evidence. Buhari's critics would refer to the hike in electricity tariff,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
One Year in Office - Our Gains, Challenges, By President Buharitolerant, patient and generous. "The past years have witnessed huge flows of o
One Year in Office - Our Gains, Challenges, By President Buhari
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 hours ago
tolerant, patient and generous. "The past years have witnessed huge flows of oil revenues. From 2010 average oil prices were $100 per barrel. But economic and security conditions were deteriorating. We campaigned and won the election on... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
One Year Anniversary - Buhari/APC Ruined Nigeria's Economycountry's economy has been ruined so much that States could no longer pay worke
One Year Anniversary - Buhari/APC Ruined Nigeria's Economy
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 hours ago
country's economy has been ruined so much that States could no longer pay workers' salaries, millions of jobs were lost, prices of essential commodities skyrocketed to the extent that Nigerians could no longer afford common tomato to cook and the... Read more
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The New Statesman
Clive James’s intriguing poetic response to Proustto form the guide now known as “The Eatwell Plate”. The dietary guidelines reco
Clive James’s intriguing poetic response to Proust
The New Statesman / Posted 3 hours ago
to form the guide now known as “The Eatwell Plate”. The dietary guidelines recommend plentiful carbohydrates “such as rice, bread, pasta and potatoes”, at least five portions of fruits and vegetables, some protein, some milk, some dairy and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nigeria, Difficult Country to Governout that we are just importing food and it is wrong. We are making a plan and i
Nigeria, Difficult Country to Govern
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 hours ago
out that we are just importing food and it is wrong. We are making a plan and in three years' time, we will not import rice, we will not import wheat, we will not imports grains. It is possible, we can make it. ... So I told you, I am still... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Governance and Cross of First 365 Daysthe most horrendous of sufferings ever meted out to them by any ruling elite in
Governance and Cross of First 365 Days
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 hours ago
the most horrendous of sufferings ever meted out to them by any ruling elite in our nation's history. This has driven the prices of staples far above the reach of the ordinary people. Bread has gone up by 25 per cent; garri from N300 per paint... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Jonathan's Minister Scores Buhari High, As Tambuwal Calls for Prayersof N159 million under the Fadama III programme to boost irrigation in the state
Jonathan's Minister Scores Buhari High, As Tambuwal Calls for Prayers
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 hours ago
of N159 million under the Fadama III programme to boost irrigation in the state. The governor said that the items include rice tilling machines, water pumps, seeds, chemical, animal feeds among others, which would be sold to farmers at 75 per cent... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Kano to Register 100,000 Youths for Rice Production - GandujeKano State Government on Sunday, promised to register no fewer than 100, 000 yo
Kano to Register 100,000 Youths for Rice Production - Ganduje
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 hours ago
Kano State Government on Sunday, promised to register no fewer than 100, 000 youths to participate in rice production in this year's farming season. The Governor, Dr Abdullahi Ganduje, made the promise while addressing a Town Hall Meeting in... Read more
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News.com.au
Devastated villages destroyed by mud an unlikely tourist attractionUlet Ifansasti/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images By September 2006, the mud flow
Devastated villages destroyed by mud an unlikely tourist attraction
News.com.au / Posted 4 hours ago
Ulet Ifansasti/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images By September 2006, the mud flow had inundated villages and destroyed rice paddies, sugarcane fields and even a major highway. In November that year, an underground gas pipeline at the site... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Relief as rain falls, but drought's aftermath to lingerBut the impact of the recent drought will be felt for months to come in the for
Relief as rain falls, but drought's aftermath to linger
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 4 hours ago
But the impact of the recent drought will be felt for months to come in the form of lower crop output, higher food prices and economic hardship for farmers. The strongest El Nino since the record event of 1997-98 caused widespread dry... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Parched Laos farmers pray for rain with rockets, phallusesthe sky as men dressed in female clothing wielding large wooden phalluses dance
Parched Laos farmers pray for rain with rockets, phalluses
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 4 hours ago
the sky as men dressed in female clothing wielding large wooden phalluses dance, while others lubricated by the local rice whiskey simply roll in the mud. Laos' famous rocket festival is a bid to encourage the gods to send much needed... Read more
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WA Today
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400kept a lid on local buying during Monday trade. Market sentiment towards gold
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400
WA Today / Posted 4 hours ago
kept a lid on local buying during Monday trade. Market sentiment towards gold is negative at the moment. Photo: Jim Rice The S&P/ASX 200 ended trade up 2 points, or 0.04 per cent, at 5408, while the All Ordinaries closed up 4 points, or... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Startup helps make weekend at beach a vacationpartners are Todd and Rhiannon Serpico, a teacher and a nurse, respectively, an
Startup helps make weekend at beach a vacation
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
partners are Todd and Rhiannon Serpico, a teacher and a nurse, respectively, and teachers Laura and Jeff Yeakel and Lauren Rice. They are "filling a void in the vacation experience," Pizza said. "When you vacation down here, it's lovely," she... Read more
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The Age
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400Market sentiment towards gold is negative at the moment. Photo: Jim Rice The A
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
Market sentiment towards gold is negative at the moment. Photo: Jim Rice The Australian sharemarket eked out a small gain in a choppy day of trade, stumbling around the 5400 level as investors proved reluctant to make major moves ahead of public... Read more
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The Star
Thai junta lifts ban on overseas travel by politiciansMinister Yingluck Shinawatra, ousted in the coup, who faces criminal charges ov
Thai junta lifts ban on overseas travel by politicians
The Star / Posted 4 hours ago
Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, ousted in the coup, who faces criminal charges over alleged corruption in her government's rice subsidy programme. After the army took power in a move it called necessary to restore order after years of political... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400kept a lid on local buying during Monday trade. Market sentiment towards gold
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400
Canberra Times / Posted 4 hours ago
kept a lid on local buying during Monday trade. Market sentiment towards gold is negative at the moment. Photo: Jim Rice The S&P/ASX 200 ended trade up 2 points, or 0.04 per cent, at 5408, while the All Ordinaries closed up 4 points, or... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nigeria Should Be Greatful to APC, Buhari - Belloat probably the worst time, socio- economically speaking, for Nigeria and Niger
Nigeria Should Be Greatful to APC, Buhari - Bello
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 hours ago
at probably the worst time, socio- economically speaking, for Nigeria and Nigerians. With the steep slid in the global rices of Crude Oil which is the mainstay of our economy, governance has become more challenging than usual. It is indeed a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Jonathan's Minister Scores Buhari Highof N159 million under the Fadama III programme to boost irrigation in the state
Jonathan's Minister Scores Buhari High
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 hours ago
of N159 million under the Fadama III programme to boost irrigation in the state. The governor said that the items include rice tilling machines, water pumps, seeds, chemical, animal feeds among others, which would be sold to farmers at 75 per cent... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
FAAC - May Allocation Worst for States in 25 Years - GandujeGanduje stated that the state and the federal governments have brought together
FAAC - May Allocation Worst for States in 25 Years - Ganduje
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 hours ago
Ganduje stated that the state and the federal governments have brought together wheat farmers and buyers to agree on the price of wheat adding that government earmarked enormous funds for the successful conduct of the programme. He revealed that... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Starving Iraqis are risking all to flee Islamic State’s crumbling ruleEight hands stretch towards the aluminium plate -- it’s the first meal of rice
Starving Iraqis are risking all to flee Islamic State’s crumbling rule
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 5 hours ago
Eight hands stretch towards the aluminium plate -- it’s the first meal of rice this Iraqi family who just escaped jihadist rule in the Fallujah area has had in two years. The tent has just been put up, a sheet of bubble wrap strewn on the gravel as... Read more
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Reuters
Thai junta lifts ban on overseas travel by politiciansMinister Yingluck Shinawatra, ousted in the coup, who faces criminal charges ov
Thai junta lifts ban on overseas travel by politicians
Reuters / Posted 5 hours ago
Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, ousted in the coup, who faces criminal charges over alleged corruption in her government's rice subsidy program. After the army took power in a move it called necessary to restore order after years of political... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400kept a lid on local buying during Monday trade. Market sentiment towards gold
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 hours ago
kept a lid on local buying during Monday trade. Market sentiment towards gold is negative at the moment. Photo: Jim Rice The S&P/ASX 200 ended trade up 2 points, or 0.04 per cent, at 5408, while the All Ordinaries closed up 4 points, or... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400Market sentiment towards gold is negative at the moment. Photo: Jim Rice The A
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
Market sentiment towards gold is negative at the moment. Photo: Jim Rice The Australian sharemarket eked out a small gain in a choppy day of trade, stumbling around the 5400 level as investors proved reluctant to make major moves ahead of public... Read more
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Perth Now
Is there a bigger Aussie legend than this?a marathon,” he says. Peter puts his stamina down to the early days on the far
Is there a bigger Aussie legend than this?
Perth Now / Posted 5 hours ago
a marathon,” he says. Peter puts his stamina down to the early days on the farm in rural Victoria rearing sheep, wheat and rice. Work that often required to clear the land by hand before they started. The tests on the road are many and constant.... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
14 Non-Boring Garnishes That Will Enhance Any Dishin the acidic marinade for a few hours. Here’s an easy recipe. Pink onions are
14 Non-Boring Garnishes That Will Enhance Any Dish
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 5 hours ago
in the acidic marinade for a few hours. Here’s an easy recipe. Pink onions are another versatile fridge favourite for your rice bowls and salads, but really come into their own in Mexican dishes. Pile them high now, find a Smint later.Dukkah An... Read more
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Weirton Daily Times
Oak Glen presents scholarships, awards to Class of ’16Porter. Mark McGeehan Memorial scholarship sponsored by the Lions and Kiwanis
Oak Glen presents scholarships, awards to Class of ’16
Weirton Daily Times / Posted 5 hours ago
Porter. Mark McGeehan Memorial scholarship sponsored by the Lions and Kiwanis clubs of Chester, Toni Powell. Kaylin Blake Rice scholarship, Mackenzie Jacobs. Albert Logston Memorial scholarship, Bridget Bemis. American Legion Post 121... Read more
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KQ2 St. Joseph
Burned Iraqi boy tells of his decade of recoveryNearly a decade ago, 4-year-old Youssif sullenly pushed grains of rice through
Burned Iraqi boy tells of his decade of recovery
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted 6 hours ago
Nearly a decade ago, 4-year-old Youssif sullenly pushed grains of rice through his lips in the kitchen of our Baghdad bureau. His face was hardened into rivers of scar tissue that kept him from being able to open his mouth. Masked men had doused... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Is there a bigger Aussie legend than this?a marathon,” he says. Peter puts his stamina down to the early days on the far
Is there a bigger Aussie legend than this?
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 hours ago
a marathon,” he says. Peter puts his stamina down to the early days on the farm in rural Victoria rearing sheep, wheat and rice. Work that often required to clear the land by hand before they started. The tests on the road are many and constant.... Read more
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