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2015/01/29 09:57
2015/01/29 09:57
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Scotland announces moratorium on fracking for shale gas The announcement was welcomed by campaigners as "a very big nail in the coffin for the unconventional gas and fracking industry in Scotland The...
2015/01/29 09:57
2015/01/29 09:57
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2015/01/28 04:35
2015/01/28 04:35
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Masidi backs EPD over shrimp project Kota Kinabalu: Amid environmental concerns over the billion-ringgit Pitas shrimp aquaculture project, the Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister on Tuesday...
2015/01/27 17:30
2015/01/27 17:30
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The SDD Core Rulebook version 9.0, the SDD B2B Rulebook version 7.0 and associated implementation guidelines will take effect on 20 November 2016. The EPC has traditionally published updated versions...
2015/01/27 01:59
2015/01/27 01:59
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Does underreporting cases of ailments, especially during outbreaks, reduce perception of panic among general public? Or does it rob the public from accessing vital information, which would eventually...
2015/01/26 03:35
2015/01/26 03:35
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Question NGO's motive in continuously harping on it: Pitas leaders back shrimp project Kota Kinabalu: Grassroots leaders representing about 2,500 people from five villages in Pitas are puzzled by the...
2015/01/21 11:30
2015/01/21 11:30
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Based on figures from the end of 2014, the company has achieved an annualized run rate of $30 billion in transaction volume processed. The news follows an announcement in December of a $250 million...
2015/01/20 16:25
2015/01/20 16:25
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Den of Airlie lies at the confluence of the Isla and the Melgam rivers, 9 km west of Kirriemuir and 2 km northeast of Alyth in Scotland. Scottish Natural Heritage, a government organization, confirmed...
2015/01/18 07:48
2015/01/18 07:48
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General News of Sunday, 18 January 2015 Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Free Zones Board, Kwadwo Twum-Boafo has descended heavily on Franklin Cudjoe for a comment the latter had written on his...
2015/01/18 03:09
2015/01/18 03:09
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The Public Petitions Committee is investigating whether members of the judiciary should register their financial interests. Unlike MSPs, MPs and senior figures in government, judges and sheriffs do...
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2015/01/17 09:30
2015/01/17 09:30
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Published: 17 Jan 2015 09:00 ALMOST £1 million looks likely to be spent by Inverclyde Council on the latest scheme to tackle the area’s serious flooding problems. But the council’s environmental...
2015/01/16 03:49
2015/01/16 03:49
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BEIJING (Caixin Online) — How much pollution an ecosystem can handle is a question that must be answered in an environmental policy setting, but it has gone unanswered in China, despite apparent...
2015/01/15 19:30
2015/01/15 19:30
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With the acquisition of GlobalCollect (finalized on September 30 2014), Ingenico Group has accelerated the implementation of its strategy across all channels, on a global scale, especially in...
2015/01/15 06:40
2015/01/15 06:40
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TRAVELLERS heading south out of Inverness were facing disruption on both road and rail this morning. Heavy overnight snow in the Cairngorms has forced the closure of the A9 at the Drumochter Pass,...
2015/01/15 06:12
2015/01/15 06:12
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Gales of up to 60 mph are expected to tear through Glasgow today and tomorrow, with torrential rain prompting flood warnings in some areas. Environment body SEPA have issued a be prepared flood...
2015/01/13 10:29
2015/01/13 10:29
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Users can now screen all transaction formats, including SEPA and Fedwire, and transactions sent over networks other than SWIFT. The extended service also enables greater flexibility and back-office...
2015/01/12 17:08
2015/01/12 17:08
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Scottish Hydro Electric Power Distribution (SHEPD) said 918 properties in the north of Scotland are still cut off after the high winds, heavy rain and snow . The worst area is rural Dingwall, where...
2015/01/12 12:31
2015/01/12 12:31
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Published: 12 Jan 2015 12:30 ENVIRONMENTAL watchdogs are returning to Greenock’s controversial anthrax alert factory this month to check if toxic materials have been cleared. SEPA inspectors will...
2015/01/11 17:08
2015/01/11 17:08
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THREE people have been rescued from the Cairngorms after being stranded in a blizzard. The Cairngorms Mountain Rescue team was called out to help a man who had fallen in the Northern Corries last...
2015/01/11 00:37
2015/01/11 00:37
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Intelligence assessments suggest that 14 of the most dangerous gangs in Scotland are involved in the industry. While the highest fine for illegal dumping has been £200,000, detectives say they will...
2015/01/08 16:09
2015/01/08 16:09
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Forecasters said gusts of 80-90mph will be common in the Highlands, Western Isles, Orkney, and Argyll & Bute, with winds in excess of 100mph possible in the north. The winds are predicted to die down...
2015/01/29 09:57
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