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The Scientist
Vaping vs. Smoking: Can E-Cigarettes Help Smokers Quit?liquid concoctions into inhalable vapor, have been touted as a panacea for smok
The Scientist / Posted 3 days ago
liquid concoctions into inhalable vapor, have been touted as a panacea for smokers struggling to ditch the habit. These tobacco-less substitutes mimic what it’s like to smoke conventional cigarettes but, according to some experts within the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Tragic plight of Germans in AMERICA during the First World WarWar The United States declared war on Germany in April 1917 and helped lead th
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
War The United States declared war on Germany in April 1917 and helped lead the Allies to victory. But before that, many Americans were terrified of the German threat growing on the other side of the world A fascinating collection of photos have... Read more
9d
The North West Star
When Barnaby Joyce rescued a damsel in distress, a lobbyist swoopedThere are an estimated 5000 lobbyists in Australia, who promise their paying cl
The North West Star / Posted 9 days ago
There are an estimated 5000 lobbyists in Australia, who promise their paying clients an inside track to political decision makers. On an autumn morning this year, an elderly woman clutching a walking stick was ambling across the Members' Hall of... Read more
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9d
The Border Mail
When Barnaby Joyce rescued a damsel in distress, a lobbyist swoopedthem, multinational pharmaceutical company Amgen is pushing for faster assessme
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
them, multinational pharmaceutical company Amgen is pushing for faster assessment of prescription medicine, British American Tobacco wants lower taxes on cigarettes, and the Australian Lotteries and Newsagents Association is seeking... Read more
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9d
Canberra Times
Canberra Inc: 'The revolving door' of lobbyists shaping today's policiesthem, multinational pharmaceutical company Amgen is pushing for faster assessme
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
them, multinational pharmaceutical company Amgen is pushing for faster assessment of prescription medicine, British American Tobacco wants lower taxes on cigarettes, and the Australian Lotteries and Newsagents Association is seeking... Read more
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9d
Daily Liberal
When Barnaby Joyce rescued a damsel in distress, a lobbyist swoopedThere are an estimated 5000 lobbyists in Australia, who promise their paying cl
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
There are an estimated 5000 lobbyists in Australia, who promise their paying clients an inside track to political decision makers. On an autumn morning this year, an elderly woman clutching a walking stick was ambling across the Members' Hall of... Read more
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9d
Illawarra Mercury
When Barnaby Joyce rescued a damsel in distress, a lobbyist swoopedThere are an estimated 5000 lobbyists in Australia, who promise their paying cl
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
There are an estimated 5000 lobbyists in Australia, who promise their paying clients an inside track to political decision makers. On an autumn morning this year, an elderly woman clutching a walking stick was ambling across the Members' Hall of... Read more
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9d
The Courier
When Barnaby Joyce rescued a damsel in distress, a lobbyist swoopedThere are an estimated 5000 lobbyists in Australia, who promise their paying cl
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
There are an estimated 5000 lobbyists in Australia, who promise their paying clients an inside track to political decision makers. On an autumn morning this year, an elderly woman clutching a walking stick was ambling across the Members' Hall of... Read more
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9d
Northern Daily Leader
When Barnaby Joyce rescued a damsel in distress, a lobbyist swoopedThere are an estimated 5000 lobbyists in Australia, who promise their paying cl
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
There are an estimated 5000 lobbyists in Australia, who promise their paying clients an inside track to political decision makers. On an autumn morning this year, an elderly woman clutching a walking stick was ambling across the Members' Hall of... Read more
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9d
The Age
Canberra Inc: 'The revolving door' of lobbyists shaping today's policiesthem, multinational pharmaceutical company Amgen is pushing for faster assessme
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
them, multinational pharmaceutical company Amgen is pushing for faster assessment of prescription medicine, British American Tobacco wants lower taxes on cigarettes, and the Australian Lotteries and Newsagents Association is seeking... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Inc: 'The revolving door' of lobbyists shaping today's policiesthem, multinational pharmaceutical company Amgen is pushing for faster assessme
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
them, multinational pharmaceutical company Amgen is pushing for faster assessment of prescription medicine, British American Tobacco wants lower taxes on cigarettes, and the Australian Lotteries and Newsagents Association is seeking... Read more
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9d
Western Advocate
When Barnaby Joyce rescued a damsel in distress, a lobbyist swoopedThere are an estimated 5000 lobbyists in Australia, who promise their paying cl
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
There are an estimated 5000 lobbyists in Australia, who promise their paying clients an inside track to political decision makers. On an autumn morning this year, an elderly woman clutching a walking stick was ambling across the Members' Hall of... Read more
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Manning River Times
When Barnaby Joyce rescued a damsel in distress, a lobbyist swoopedThere are an estimated 5000 lobbyists in Australia, who promise their paying cl
Manning River Times / Posted 9 days ago
There are an estimated 5000 lobbyists in Australia, who promise their paying clients an inside track to political decision makers. On an autumn morning this year, an elderly woman clutching a walking stick was ambling across the Members' Hall of... Read more
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10d
Daily Record
'I lived with serial killer for 3 years and found his murder kit under his bed'told he worked on building sites in Germany, and he seemed well-travelled and e
Daily Record / Posted 10 days ago
told he worked on building sites in Germany, and he seemed well-travelled and exotic. Delia, who is originally from Australia and has lived in Israel and America before settling in London, was excited by their shared a passion for... Read more
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Daily Mirror
'I lived with serial killer for 3 years and found his murder kit under his bed'told he worked on building sites in Germany, and he seemed well-travelled and e
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
told he worked on building sites in Germany, and he seemed well-travelled and exotic. Delia, who is originally from Australia and has lived in Israel and America before settling in London, was excited by their shared a passion for... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
‘Tobacco 21’ plans to stub out smokingIs raising the legal age to 21 enough, the Cancer Council want to go one step f
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 19 days ago
Is raising the legal age to 21 enough, the Cancer Council want to go one step further and force 'big tobacco' to name a date. Coffin nails: The British American Tobacco plant in Sydney produces 93,000,000 cigarettes a week. Raising the smoking age... Read more
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19d
Northern Daily Leader
“Tobacco 21” plans to stub out smokingIs raising the legal age to 21 enough, the Cancer Council want to go one step f
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 19 days ago
Is raising the legal age to 21 enough, the Cancer Council want to go one step further and force 'big tobacco' to name a date. Coffin nails: The British American Tobacco plant in Sydney produces 93,000,000 cigarettes a week. Raising the smoking age... Read more
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20d
The North West Star
Calls for smoking age to be raised to 21Group CEO and philanthropist Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest on family violence campaig
The North West Star / Posted 20 days ago
Group CEO and philanthropist Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest on family violence campaign media conference. Photo: AAP/Mick Tsikas Australians would be prohibited from buying cigarettes until age 21 under a new cancer-fighting plan developed by billionaire... Read more
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The Border Mail
Andrew Forrest calls for smoking age to be raised to 21Canberra, Wednesday, August 9, 2017. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING AFR.
The Border Mail / Posted 21 days ago
Canberra, Wednesday, August 9, 2017. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING AFR. Generic cigarette Plant, Manufacturing, Big Tobacco, Plain Packaging. Generic pic to go with a feature on Plain Packaging and its effects on Big Tobacco. British... Read more
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Morningstar
Consumer Defensive: Valuations More Reasonable After Third-Quarter Retreatsoft relative to historical levels, and price/mix still under pressure. The gro
Morningstar / Posted 24 days ago
soft relative to historical levels, and price/mix still under pressure. The growth of the hard discounters in Europe, Australia, and increasingly in the U.S., and the emergence of the e-commerce channel, are lowering barriers to entry in the... Read more

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