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Daily Mail
Meet the university-educated women too clever to find lovebuying a new dress. Instead, she is more preoccupied with composing a list of
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
buying a new dress. Instead, she is more preoccupied with composing a list of conversational topics which she hopes will bridge the gap between her highbrow preoccupations, and the more mainstream interests of her dates. Waiting in a bar for a... Read more
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The Economic Times
IITs shift focus to driving industry-sponsored researchalmost the only option. The move is aimed at increasing research collaboration
The Economic Times / Posted 6 hours ago
almost the only option. The move is aimed at increasing research collaboration and funding from industry to up to 50 per cent of total research requirement, from 10-15% at present. While IIT Delhi is exploring more industry placement... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Jose Mourinho has changed Manchester United fans' minds in one key waybuilt a foundation seemingly from the blueprint that announced him as a pragmat
Manchester Evening News / Posted 11 hours ago
built a foundation seemingly from the blueprint that announced him as a pragmatic newcomer to England in 2004. His opening two Premier League title wins for Chelsea in 2005 and 2006 were reinforced by an opening to both those campaigns that said... Read more
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The Courier
Will white noise overwhelm the German election?German billboards. A white, pregnant woman lies happily holding her bump. The
The Courier / Posted 12 hours ago
German billboards. A white, pregnant woman lies happily holding her bump. The tagline: "New Germans? We'll make our own." Two white women walk away from the cameras in skimpy swimwear. "Burkas? We'd rather see bikinis." A cute piglet grazes in a... Read more
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Gazette
SGS Berkeley GREEN – Moving through history to regenerate skills development for the futureCollege (UTC). To discover how the site’s legacy can inspire a new generation,
Gazette / Posted 14 hours ago
College (UTC). To discover how the site’s legacy can inspire a new generation, you have to go back to 1957 when the Central Electricity Generating Board (CEGB) was set up to run power stations in England and Wales. The Berkeley Nuclear... Read more
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Football365
Premier League winners and loserswere so convinced that it was right to fight to keep hold of me: they knew I wa
Football365 / Posted 15 hours ago
were so convinced that it was right to fight to keep hold of me: they knew I was never going to sulk or not give 100 per cent.’ History might be about to repeat itself. Philippe Coutinho was clearly affected by the events of this summer –... Read more
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The Register
Brit chip design company Imagination Tech sold to China-linked private equityBritish chip designer Imagination Technologies Group has sold itself to China-a
The Register / Posted 17 hours ago
British chip designer Imagination Technologies Group has sold itself to China-aligned private equity outfit Canyon Bridge. Imagination found itself in trouble earlier this year after Apple warned it would stop using its GPU technology. As Apple... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Boom puts pressure on our roadsduring the day. “People need good connectivity around Sydney and the Macarthur
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 hours ago
during the day. “People need good connectivity around Sydney and the Macarthur area is a vital part of the Sydney network,’’ she said. Ms Pavey also said the proposed Spring Farm Parkway — an east-west link between Spring Farm, Menangle,... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Homebuyers fear paying too muchNot a cent more … Winning bidder Danny Talbot after the auction at 176 Evans St
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
Not a cent more … Winning bidder Danny Talbot after the auction at 176 Evans St, Rozelle. THERE’s a new trend taking off in Sydney property, replacing the one that emerged during the boom. “The fear of missing out has gone, now it’s a fear of... Read more
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News.com.au
A spotlight on Poorakathe city with a clear run. “We’re well off for shopping. It’s about 10 minutes
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
the city with a clear run. “We’re well off for shopping. It’s about 10 minutes to Tea Tree Plaza and Ingle Farm Shopping centres,’’ he says. Mr Smith says he and his partner have decided on a move to the Adelaide Hills. “My partner has always... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
A spotlight on Poorakathe city with a clear run. “We’re well off for shopping. It’s about 10 minutes
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
the city with a clear run. “We’re well off for shopping. It’s about 10 minutes to Tea Tree Plaza and Ingle Farm Shopping centres,’’ he says. Mr Smith says he and his partner have decided on a move to the Adelaide Hills. “My partner has always... Read more
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Daily Mail
Everton 'launched £66m move for Chelsea star Diego Costa'Spanish newspaper claims an offer worth €75million (£66.4m) plus bonuses was se
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
Spanish newspaper claims an offer worth €75million (£66.4m) plus bonuses was sent from Goodison Park to Stamford Bridge for the controversial striker, but Everton officials were quickly told he was not interested. Although Chelsea were... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressBrisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chines
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
Brisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chinese students are no longer studying in Australia. Despite reports indicating Chinese students are turning their back on studying in Australia, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says... Read more
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The Young Witness
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressBrisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chines
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
Brisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chinese students are no longer studying in Australia. Despite reports indicating Chinese students are turning their back on studying in Australia, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says... Read more
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The Age
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressto occur we’re finding a strong response to potential young students to come to
The Age / Posted yesterday
to occur we’re finding a strong response to potential young students to come to our city.” The council introduced an incentive for student accommodation in 2015, offering a reduction in infrastructure charges. Cr Quirk said the incentive had... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressto occur we’re finding a strong response to potential young students to come to
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
to occur we’re finding a strong response to potential young students to come to our city.” The council introduced an incentive for student accommodation in 2015, offering a reduction in infrastructure charges. Cr Quirk said the incentive had... Read more
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Western Advocate
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressBrisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chines
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
Brisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chinese students are no longer studying in Australia. Despite reports indicating Chinese students are turning their back on studying in Australia, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressBrisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chines
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
Brisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chinese students are no longer studying in Australia. Despite reports indicating Chinese students are turning their back on studying in Australia, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says... Read more
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Manning River Times
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressBrisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chines
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
Brisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chinese students are no longer studying in Australia. Despite reports indicating Chinese students are turning their back on studying in Australia, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressBrisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chines
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
Brisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chinese students are no longer studying in Australia. Despite reports indicating Chinese students are turning their back on studying in Australia, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says... Read more
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The North West Star
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressBrisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chines
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
Brisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chinese students are no longer studying in Australia. Despite reports indicating Chinese students are turning their back on studying in Australia, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressBrisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chines
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
Brisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chinese students are no longer studying in Australia. Despite reports indicating Chinese students are turning their back on studying in Australia, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressBrisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chines
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
Brisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chinese students are no longer studying in Australia. Despite reports indicating Chinese students are turning their back on studying in Australia, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says... Read more
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The Courier
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressBrisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chines
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Brisbane's Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is not concerned about recent reports Chinese students are no longer studying in Australia. Despite reports indicating Chinese students are turning their back on studying in Australia, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Raceday focus: Queanbeyan, Cessnockraced on Saturday and may not back up. Should go close here. NEXT BEST: HALBER
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
raced on Saturday and may not back up. Should go close here. NEXT BEST: HALBERD (Race 1, No. 1) Led and won his past two starts and he should adopt similar tactics and prove hard to beat again. No prices were up on this race as I type this... Read more
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News.com.au
Raceday focus: Queanbeyan, Cessnockraced on Saturday and may not back up. Should go close here. NEXT BEST: HALBER
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
raced on Saturday and may not back up. Should go close here. NEXT BEST: HALBERD (Race 1, No. 1) Led and won his past two starts and he should adopt similar tactics and prove hard to beat again. No prices were up on this race as I type this... Read more
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Perth Now
Studs and duds from WAFL grand finalon the day. His opportunities dried up in the final term but his four-goal haul
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
on the day. His opportunities dried up in the final term but his four-goal haul was massive on the day. Chris Phelan The two-time best and fairest winner came into the game under somewhat of a cloud, having played just 70 per cent game time in a... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
The nine best places for coffee in East Surrey and Mole ValleyMore Every review on TripAdvisor gives the restaurant a score of between one a
Surrey Advertiser / Posted yesterday
More Every review on TripAdvisor gives the restaurant a score of between one and five. One is considered "terrible", two "poor", three "average", four "very good" and five "excellent". TripAdvisor takes these scores, averages them and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Malcolm Blight tips Adelaide Crows to win 2017 AFL grand final over RichmondBlight, the last man to coach Adelaide to a premiership, is tipping his former
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Blight, the last man to coach Adelaide to a premiership, is tipping his former club to win the grand final - just. It is two decades since Blight coached the Crows to their only two premierships in 1997-98. He will be at the MCG next Saturday... Read more
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express
Everton launched £66m bid for Diego Costa in summerto rule out a move for Costa towards the end of the window, with the Spain hitm
express / Posted yesterday
to rule out a move for Costa towards the end of the window, with the Spain hitman surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge. Costa was told by Chelsea manager Antonio Conte at the end of last season that he was no longer part of his... Read more
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The Age
Malcolm Blight tips Adelaide Crows to win 2017 AFL grand final over RichmondBlight, the last man to coach Adelaide to a premiership, is tipping his former
The Age / Posted yesterday
Blight, the last man to coach Adelaide to a premiership, is tipping his former club to win the grand final - just. It is two decades since Blight coached the Crows to their only two premierships in 1997-98. He will be at the MCG next Saturday... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Malcolm Blight tips Adelaide Crows to win 2017 AFL grand final over RichmondBlight, the last man to coach Adelaide to a premiership, is tipping his former
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Blight, the last man to coach Adelaide to a premiership, is tipping his former club to win the grand final - just. It is two decades since Blight coached the Crows to their only two premierships in 1997-98. He will be at the MCG next Saturday... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New magnitude-6.2 earthquake shakes jittery Mexicoblamed for the deaths of five people, after toppling already damaged homes and
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
blamed for the deaths of five people, after toppling already damaged homes and causing new alarm in a country reeling from two more powerful quakes this month that have killed more than 400 people. Key points: The US Geological Survey said the... Read more
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Daily Record
Sunday Mail Great Scot finalists 2017 REVEALEDto save ill patients.ANDREW FOYGreat Scot nominee Andrew Foy saved a schoolgirl
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
to save ill patients.ANDREW FOYGreat Scot nominee Andrew Foy saved a schoolgirl who was standing on the parapet of the Old Bridge in DumbartonThe Old Bridge in Dumbarton. Andrew, from Dumbarton, was on his way to an early-morning dentist... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Economist warns on big renovationssaid. “If you’re thinking of selling, now might not be a bad time.” Predictin
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
said. “If you’re thinking of selling, now might not be a bad time.” Predicting price drops of between five and 10 per cent over the next two years, Dr Oliver said homeowners should be cautious about doing major renovations because they might... Read more
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News.com.au
Economist warns on big renovationssaid. “If you’re thinking of selling, now might not be a bad time.” Predictin
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
said. “If you’re thinking of selling, now might not be a bad time.” Predicting price drops of between five and 10 per cent over the next two years, Dr Oliver said homeowners should be cautious about doing major renovations because they might... Read more
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BC Local News
DeHart: Lost Together now open in Plaza 33shop. Patrons bring their laundered, gently used garments to the store and, if
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
shop. Patrons bring their laundered, gently used garments to the store and, if accepted, they will offer you 30 per cent of the price that the article would sell for up-front with cash in hand, or you can choose to receive a 50 per cent... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
DeHart: Lost Together now open in Plaza 33shop. Patrons bring their laundered, gently used garments to the store and, if
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 2 days ago
shop. Patrons bring their laundered, gently used garments to the store and, if accepted, they will offer you 30 per cent of the price that the article would sell for up-front with cash in hand, or you can choose to receive a 50 per cent... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New magnitude-6.1 earthquake shakes jittery Mexicotremor shakes jittery Mexico A strong new earthquake has shaken Mexico, toppli
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
tremor shakes jittery Mexico A strong new earthquake has shaken Mexico, toppling already damaged homes and a highway bridge, causing new alarm in a country reeling from two even more powerful quakes this month. Key points: The previous... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Tory austerity cuts mean armed police take up to an HOUR to respondThe response time in June’s London Bridge attack was eight minutes and police w
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
The response time in June’s London Bridge attack was eight minutes and police were on the scene of the Parsons Green bombing last week in four minutes. But brutal cuts since 2010 have resulted in armed officer numbers falling by 10 per cent and two... Read more
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Business Standard India
PM Modi promises homes for all in 5 years, jobsAmid expectation that the Centre might soon announce a booster shot for the eco
Business Standard India / Posted 2 days ago
Amid expectation that the Centre might soon announce a booster shot for the economy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday reiterated his government’s promise of providing every poor person, whether living in rural or urban areas, a house by 2022.... Read more
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Calgary Sun
New earthquake, magnitude 6.1, shakes jittery MexicoMEXICO CITY — A strong new earthquake shook Mexico on Saturday, toppling alread
Calgary Sun / Posted 2 days ago
MEXICO CITY — A strong new earthquake shook Mexico on Saturday, toppling already damaged homes and a highway bridge and causing new alarm in a country reeling from two even more powerful quakes this month that together have killed nearly 400... Read more
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Perth Now
Traffic gridlock fears for Perth Stadiumwill visit the Crown Perth complex after major events at the stadium. The yet-
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
will visit the Crown Perth complex after major events at the stadium. The yet-to-be-completed $91.5 million Swan River Footbridge will shift nearly 14,300 people on game day across the river to carparks and bus shuttles. A new train station has... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
TCN, WAPP to Build Additional 330KV Power Line to Benin Republic20,000MW in the next three years. It is also intended to support the current in
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
20,000MW in the next three years. It is also intended to support the current institutional reform that will make TCN a 21st century compliant transmission firm," Mohammed stated. According to him, the TCN has also embarked on a nationwide... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tiger Army set to march on the 'G as ticketless hordes pack Richmond's pubsfinal between Richmond and Greater Western Sydney. The football-clad fans will
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
final between Richmond and Greater Western Sydney. The football-clad fans will congregate at the Spread Eagle Hotel on Bridge Road and enjoy a sausage sizzle and drink tab from 2pm before the 3:15pm departure for their pre-match pilgrimage to... Read more
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express
World War 3 warning: What would happen if North Korea's hydrogen bomb hit New York?its charging bull statue, the 9/11 museum and memorial, the One World observato
express / Posted 2 days ago
its charging bull statue, the 9/11 museum and memorial, the One World observatory tower and around a third of the Brooklyn Bridge. The website suggested this type of attack would see “heavily built concrete buildings severely damaged or... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Despair as motorbike fatalities soarTHE number of motorcyclists killed on SA roads has risen more than 200 per cent
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
THE number of motorcyclists killed on SA roads has risen more than 200 per cent this year and police worry that could balloon further as the weather warms up. Seventeen riders have died, compared to five at the same time in 2016, and seven the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Surf club honour for ‘Angel of London Bridge’Angel of London Bridge terror attack Kirtsy Booden honoured with life saver boa
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Angel of London Bridge terror attack Kirtsy Booden honoured with life saver boat name at Bondi beach by prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull | Daily Telegraph Invalid postcode. Sorry we couldn't find a match for that, please try again Breaking... Read more
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The Mercury News
Judge: Title of gas-tax repeal initiative ‘misleading’ — will write a new oneFriday. The initiative seeks to repeal a package of taxes and fees that would
The Mercury News / Posted 2 days ago
Friday. The initiative seeks to repeal a package of taxes and fees that would generate over $5 billion annually for road, bridge and culvert repairs and public transit. To qualify for the November 2018 ballot, Allen’s campaign must gather 365,880... Read more
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Daily Mail
Massive backlash over bombshell decision to BAN Uber from Londonin London is a terrible mistake. Sadiq Khan should reverse the decision immedia
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
in London is a terrible mistake. Sadiq Khan should reverse the decision immediately.’ Tom Tugendhat, the Tory MP for Tonbridge and Malling, claimed Mr Khan was a ‘luddite’ who wanted to ‘switch off the internet’. He said: ‘By banning Uber, Sadiq... Read more
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