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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
HP pledges to zero deforestation by 2020has built upon its recent commitment to go 100% renewable by announcing a bold
HP pledges to zero deforestation by 2020
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 3 minutes ago
has built upon its recent commitment to go 100% renewable by announcing a bold zero deforestation by 2020 - alongside two other ambitious goals - as outlined in the company's latest sustainability report. The zero deforestation pledge was revealed... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
UK's filthiest beaches found in Northern Ireland Ballyhornan Strand was among the beaches cleaned up by volunteers last year
UK's filthiest beaches found in Northern Ireland
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 39 minutes ago
Ballyhornan Strand was among the beaches cleaned up by volunteers last year Northern Ireland has the dirtiest beaches in the UK, according to the Marine Conservation Society (MCS). During a major... Read more
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Perth Now
Illegal surgeries performed in hotel roomsAN INCREASING number of illegal cosmetic surgery procedures are being performed
Illegal surgeries performed in hotel rooms
Perth Now / Posted 4 hours ago
AN INCREASING number of illegal cosmetic surgery procedures are being performed in Sydney homes and hotel rooms by non-registered medical practitioners, resulting in botched facial features. This is despite repeated warnings from plastic surgeons... Read more
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Adelaide Now
People are getting Botox, eyelifts in hotel roomsAN INCREASING number of illegal cosmetic surgery procedures are being performed
People are getting Botox, eyelifts in hotel rooms
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 hours ago
AN INCREASING number of illegal cosmetic surgery procedures are being performed in Sydney homes and hotel rooms by non-registered medical practitioners, resulting in botched facial features. This is despite repeated warnings from plastic surgeons... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
The best things to see at Chicago museums this summerIt's fair to say that summer is not the most high-energy time at the area's mus
The best things to see at Chicago museums this summer
Chicago Tribune / Posted 18 hours ago
It's fair to say that summer is not the most high-energy time at the area's museums and nature parks. The big new exhibits for the year have, for the most part, already been mounted, and the next batch of them doesn't typically go up until October.... Read more
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Dundas Star News
New drug eases anxiety for dogs terrified of fireworks and thunderThe morning of July 5, neighbourhoods across the United States will be littered
New drug eases anxiety for dogs terrified of fireworks and thunder
Dundas Star News / Posted yesterday
The morning of July 5, neighbourhoods across the United States will be littered with the remains of the previous night's patriotic revelries — grass flattened by picnic blankets, crushed plastic cups, spent firework shells smelling of sulphur. Over... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Is Common-Sense Public Policy Necessarily "Innovative"?(By Betteridge’s Law, no.) Readers will recall that I have often flagged “innov
Is Common-Sense Public Policy Necessarily "Innovative"?
Naked Capitalism / Posted 2 days ago
(By Betteridge’s Law, no.) Readers will recall that I have often flagged “innovative,” along with “disruptive,” “startup,” “founder”, and (in the business context) “ecosystem” as bullshit tells, and recommended that if you hear such con artist’s... Read more
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WA Today
Hate that bit of shampoo stuck at the bottom of the bottle? Scientists want to solve your first-world problem.But, occasionally, the problem at hand is a bit more pedestrian. Ohio State Un
Hate that bit of shampoo stuck at the bottom of the bottle? Scientists want to solve your first-world problem.
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
But, occasionally, the problem at hand is a bit more pedestrian. Ohio State University researchers have developed a surface that will allow shampoo to slide straight out of the bottle. (Philip S. Brown and Joe Camoriano, courtesy of The Ohio State... Read more
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The Age
Hate that bit of shampoo stuck at the bottom of the bottle? Scientists want to solve your first-world problem.But, occasionally, the problem at hand is a bit more pedestrian. Consider the
Hate that bit of shampoo stuck at the bottom of the bottle? Scientists want to solve your first-world problem.
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
But, occasionally, the problem at hand is a bit more pedestrian. Consider the struggle of trying to get that very last dab of soap out of a shampoo bottle. Perhaps you're the type to pound the bottom of the bottle, or you rely on gravity to draw the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Hate that bit of shampoo stuck at the bottom of the bottle? Scientists want to solve your first-world problem.But, occasionally, the problem at hand is a bit more pedestrian. Consider the
Hate that bit of shampoo stuck at the bottom of the bottle? Scientists want to solve your first-world problem.
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
But, occasionally, the problem at hand is a bit more pedestrian. Consider the struggle of trying to get that very last dab of soap out of a shampoo bottle. Perhaps you're the type to pound the bottom of the bottle, or you rely on gravity to draw the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Hate that bit of shampoo stuck at the bottom of the bottle? Scientists want to solve your first-world problem.But, occasionally, the problem at hand is a bit more pedestrian. Ohio State Un
Hate that bit of shampoo stuck at the bottom of the bottle? Scientists want to solve your first-world problem.
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
But, occasionally, the problem at hand is a bit more pedestrian. Ohio State University researchers have developed a surface that will allow shampoo to slide straight out of the bottle. (Philip S. Brown and Joe Camoriano, courtesy of The Ohio State... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Hate that bit of shampoo stuck at the bottom of the bottle? Scientists want to solve your first-world problem.But, occasionally, the problem at hand is a bit more pedestrian. Ohio State Un
Hate that bit of shampoo stuck at the bottom of the bottle? Scientists want to solve your first-world problem.
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
But, occasionally, the problem at hand is a bit more pedestrian. Ohio State University researchers have developed a surface that will allow shampoo to slide straight out of the bottle. (Philip S. Brown and Joe Camoriano, courtesy of The Ohio State... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Environmental Reporters RewardedTODAY I end the write ups on the 2016 World Environmental Awards celebrations w
Environmental Reporters Rewarded
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
TODAY I end the write ups on the 2016 World Environmental Awards celebrations with the Media Awards that were held last week at Lusaka's Hotel Intercontinental. Deserving journalists walked away with certificates, shields and prize money. But... Read more
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Business Insider
600 million years ago a massive earthquake almost ripped the country in half — and cities are spending millions because they're worried it's going to happen againAs I drove across the I-40 bridge into Memphis, I was reassured: chances were s
600 million years ago a massive earthquake almost ripped the country in half — and cities are spending millions because they're worried it's going to happen again
Business Insider / Posted 4 days ago
As I drove across the I-40 bridge into Memphis, I was reassured: chances were slim that a massive earthquake would wrest the road from its supports, and plunge me more than a hundred feet into the murky Mississippi. Thanks to a recently completed... Read more
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J Weekly
Israel is now the land of milk, honey and whiskeyThe small warehouse in an industrial zone in the Golan Heights town of Katzrin
Israel is now the land of milk, honey and whiskey
J Weekly / Posted 6 days ago
The small warehouse in an industrial zone in the Golan Heights town of Katzrin may not look like much from the outside, where his makeshift whiskey still is essentially a large metal pot connected to a blue plastic garbage pail. But Zibell — a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Watch hypnotic hydraulic press pack beds for shippingWatch the massive machine that can cram a mattress into a box (and the amazing
Watch hypnotic hydraulic press pack beds for shipping
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Watch the massive machine that can cram a mattress into a box (and the amazing moment it is released) Folding machine is a product of Atlanta Attachment The Auto-Pac machine weighs 28,000 pounds and is 12 feet high Video shows the folding in five... Read more
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USA Today
'Neon Demon' is fashionably bizarreElle Fanning stars as an up-and-coming model taking the fashion world by storm
'Neon Demon' is fashionably bizarre
USA Today / Posted 8 days ago
Elle Fanning stars as an up-and-coming model taking the fashion world by storm and making some enemies along the way. Uninvited tigers in hotel rooms, necrophilia and Keanu Reeves aren’t even among the top five oddest aspects of writer/director... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Gladys Knight, Ron White, Ben Folds headline 2016-17 seasonWith an eclectic schedule of music, dance, comedy and theatrical events, the 20
Gladys Knight, Ron White, Ben Folds headline 2016-17 season
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 8 days ago
With an eclectic schedule of music, dance, comedy and theatrical events, the 2016-2017 season at the Peace Center in Greenville features something for everyone. An Evening with Chris Thile Tuesday, Sept. 13, at 7:30 p.m., Peace Concert... Read more
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express
Selfies are causing TERRIFYING rise in surgery requests amongst girls a young as 12are causing TERRIFYING rise in surgery requests amongst girls a young as 12 SE
Selfies are causing TERRIFYING rise in surgery requests amongst girls a young as 12
express / Posted 9 days ago
are causing TERRIFYING rise in surgery requests amongst girls a young as 12 SELFIES have become a global phenomenon since the arrival of smartphones but new research shows they are impacting our decision to go under the knife. Are front-facing... Read more
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The New Yorker
How Fear Helps the Gun BusinessBars in the Old City neighborhood of Philadelphia let out at 2 A.M. On the morn
How Fear Helps the Gun Business
The New Yorker / Posted 11 days ago
Bars in the Old City neighborhood of Philadelphia let out at 2 A.M. On the morning of January 17, 2010, two groups emerged, looking for taxis. At the corner of Market and Third Street, they started yelling at each other. On one side was Edward... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
| GoUpstate.com13, at 7:30 p.m., Peace Concert Hall $25-$45 Multiple Grammy award-winner and
| GoUpstate.com
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 11 days ago
13, at 7:30 p.m., Peace Concert Hall $25-$45 Multiple Grammy award-winner and MacArthur fellow Chris Thile, a member of Punch Brothers and Nickel Creek, is a mandolin virtuoso, composer and vocalist. Thile first rose to fame as a member of... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
| GoUpstate.com13, at 7:30 p.m., Peace Concert Hall $25-$45 Multiple Grammy award-winner and
| GoUpstate.com
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 11 days ago
13, at 7:30 p.m., Peace Concert Hall $25-$45 Multiple Grammy award-winner and MacArthur fellow Chris Thile, a member of Punch Brothers and Nickel Creek, is a mandolin virtuoso, composer and vocalist. Thile first rose to fame as a member of... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
| GoUpstate.comGSSM graduate wins first place at National ANTEC Conference The South Carolina
| GoUpstate.com
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 14 days ago
GSSM graduate wins first place at National ANTEC Conference The South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics (GSSM) recently announced that Mario Krussig, GSSM Class of 2016, won a first place award in the undergraduate poster... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Here is all today's news from the EU referendum campaign trailNigel Farage unveiled a provocative poster in Westminster today The Bank of En
Here is all today's news from the EU referendum campaign trail
Daily Mirror / Posted 14 days ago
Nigel Farage unveiled a provocative poster in Westminster today The Bank of England has warned it is “increasingly probable” that Brexit would send the pound plunging. It added that referendum uncertainty is already hitting the housing market as... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Industrial Parks Fostering Sustainable GrowthThe industrial parks development is an instance to enhance the manufacturing se
Industrial Parks Fostering Sustainable Growth
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 days ago
The industrial parks development is an instance to enhance the manufacturing sector and increase foreign currency earnings. Ethiopia is on the move in implementing its remarkable plans and policies to realize the vision of bringing the society to... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Here is all today's news from the EU referendum campaign trailat a ‘Remain’ event alongside Labour’s current shadow chancellor John McDonnell
Here is all today's news from the EU referendum campaign trail
Daily Mirror / Posted 14 days ago
at a ‘Remain’ event alongside Labour’s current shadow chancellor John McDonnell. Mr Brown said he wants to speak to the ‘anxious millions’ of parents who are worried about their children’s future and are unsure which way to vote. “There is... Read more
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Daily Mail
Wet wipes 'are causing an ecological disaster' and giant fatbergs: Disposables that do not break down in water littering the British coastline a
Wet wipes 'are causing an ecological disaster' and giant fatbergs
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
: Disposables that do not break down in water littering the British coastline and blocking up sewers Disposable wipes are being blamed on creating giant bus-sized fatbergs Many of the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
Streatham Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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Bury Times
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
Bury Times / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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Gazette
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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guardian-series
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
guardian-series / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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Harrow Times
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
Harrow Times / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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This is West Country
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
This is West Country / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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Gazette News
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
Gazette News / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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Bolton News
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
Bolton News / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
Croydon Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flightMore needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial dro
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
Kingston Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
More needs to be done to reassure the public about the merits of commercial drone use, according to a new study. Most people (51%) are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for logistics, the survey of 2,043 British adults for the Royal... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight A survey found 51 per cent of Britons are against the use of unmanned aerial
Action urged to ensure drone sector can flourish as industry takes flight
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
A survey found 51 per cent of Britons are against the use of unmanned aerial vehicles such as drones for logistics More needs to be done to reassure the public about the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Tourism, Wood Furniture Sectors Tipped On Value Linkslike road infrastructure, foreign exchange fluctuations, Foreign Direct Investm
Tourism, Wood Furniture Sectors Tipped On Value Links
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 days ago
like road infrastructure, foreign exchange fluctuations, Foreign Direct Investment or local climatic conditions affect the fortunes of a wood furniture dealer in Muhima? Why should a Rwandan owning a Tours and Travel business relate with, say,... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Here's How You'll Make And Save Money In The FutureThe way we deal with money is constantly changing — as is the nature of money i
Here's How You'll Make And Save Money In The Future
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 20 days ago
The way we deal with money is constantly changing — as is the nature of money itself. You can absolutely expect your money to change over the coming decades. In fact, the world of finance is on the cusp of revolutionary change. Top image: Breaking... Read more
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MacDailyNews
The secret car that caught Steve Jobs’ eye — and may offer clues to Apple’s own – MacDailyNews“The email had one subject line: ‘Steve Jobs,'” Jose Fermoso reports for The Gu
The secret car that caught Steve Jobs’ eye — and may offer clues to Apple’s own – MacDailyNews
MacDailyNews / Posted 21 days ago
“The email had one subject line: ‘Steve Jobs,'” Jose Fermoso reports for The Guardian. “A few hours later, Bryan Thompson was on a plane to San Francisco to meet up with the rest of his small team who’d been working on a small, lightweight and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Minister Edna Molewa - Opening of Environmental SummitKeynote address by Minister of Environmental Affairs, Ms. Edna Molewa at the op
Minister Edna Molewa - Opening of Environmental Summit
AllAfrica.com / Posted 21 days ago
Keynote address by Minister of Environmental Affairs, Ms. Edna Molewa at the opening of the Environmental Summit, ICC Durban "A radical approach to utilising the environment to transform the lives of our people - Outlining rights and... Read more
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express
Ban the beads, Dave! Calls for PM to scrub cosmetic plastics polluting our oceans DAVID Cameron is under pressure to scrub microscopic pieces of plastic used f
Ban the beads, Dave! Calls for PM to scrub cosmetic plastics polluting our oceans
express / Posted 22 days ago
DAVID Cameron is under pressure to scrub microscopic pieces of plastic used for washing faces and cleaning teeth. Cameron is under pressure to scrub microscopic... Read more
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