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Kiama Independent
Is fat-free or sugar-free better?was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 minutes ago
was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of obesity and cardiovascular disease. In the UK there was Dr John Yudkin, the author of Pure, White and Deadly – how sugar is killing us and what we can do to stop it. In... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Is fat-free or sugar-free better?was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 10 minutes ago
was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of obesity and cardiovascular disease. In the UK there was Dr John Yudkin, the author of Pure, White and Deadly – how sugar is killing us and what we can do to stop it. In... Read more
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New Kerala
SBI launches FTSE SBI Bond Index series in London - newkerala news #273957a new index tracking Indian fixed income securities. This initiative was also a
New Kerala / Posted 11 minutes ago
a new index tracking Indian fixed income securities. This initiative was also announced as a priority under the India-UK Financial Partnership (IUKFP). The launch of this index series demonstrates SBI's commitment to play a befitting... Read more
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The North West Star
Is fat-free or sugar-free better?was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of
The North West Star / Posted 22 minutes ago
was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of obesity and cardiovascular disease. In the UK there was Dr John Yudkin, the author of Pure, White and Deadly – how sugar is killing us and what we can do to stop it. In... Read more
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The North West Star
The neuroscience behind how the brain reacts to nostalgic musicplay 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's edit
The North West Star / Posted 22 minutes ago
play 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's editor of the Classic Popmagazine, based in the UK for a global audience hungry for the nitty-gritty details they weren't given first time around, or were too young to... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Is fat-free or sugar-free better?was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of
Daily Liberal / Posted 27 minutes ago
was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of obesity and cardiovascular disease. In the UK there was Dr John Yudkin, the author of Pure, White and Deadly – how sugar is killing us and what we can do to stop it. In... Read more
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give me sport
Damian Lillard reveals his lofty goals in the music industrygoals for his music career | GiveMeSport Your default site has been set for 7
give me sport / Posted 28 minutes ago
goals for his music career | GiveMeSport Your default site has been set for 7 days Official online NBA destination in the UK Football News Damian Lillard is one of the best point guards in the NBA, but he’s also making a name for himself in the... Read more
28m
give me sport
Thunder GM provides update on Russell Westbrook's extensionwill sign extension | GiveMeSport Your default site has been set for 7 days O
give me sport / Posted 28 minutes ago
will sign extension | GiveMeSport Your default site has been set for 7 days Official online NBA destination in the UK Thunder GM is optimistic that Russell Westbrook will sign extension Football News Earlier this summer, the Oklahoma... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The neuroscience behind how the brain reacts to nostalgic musicplay 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's edit
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 34 minutes ago
play 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's editor of the Classic Popmagazine, based in the UK for a global audience hungry for the nitty-gritty details they weren't given first time around, or were too young to... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Is fat-free or sugar-free better?was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 34 minutes ago
was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of obesity and cardiovascular disease. In the UK there was Dr John Yudkin, the author of Pure, White and Deadly – how sugar is killing us and what we can do to stop it. In... Read more
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The Courier
Is fat-free or sugar-free better?was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of
The Courier / Posted 37 minutes ago
was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of obesity and cardiovascular disease. In the UK there was Dr John Yudkin, the author of Pure, White and Deadly – how sugar is killing us and what we can do to stop it. In... Read more
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The Courier
The neuroscience behind how the brain reacts to nostalgic musicplay 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's edit
The Courier / Posted 37 minutes ago
play 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's editor of the Classic Popmagazine, based in the UK for a global audience hungry for the nitty-gritty details they weren't given first time around, or were too young to... Read more
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The Manila Times
Britain’s May asks for transition deal after BrexitEurope’s security, saying in a direct pitch to EU leaders: “We want to be your
The Manila Times / Posted 42 minutes ago
Europe’s security, saying in a direct pitch to EU leaders: “We want to be your strongest friend and partner as the EU and UK thrive side by side.” A fourth round of negotiations with the European Commission is due to start next week, with London... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Is fat-free or sugar-free better?was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 54 minutes ago
was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of obesity and cardiovascular disease. In the UK there was Dr John Yudkin, the author of Pure, White and Deadly – how sugar is killing us and what we can do to stop it. In... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The neuroscience behind how the brain reacts to nostalgic musicplay 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's edit
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 54 minutes ago
play 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's editor of the Classic Popmagazine, based in the UK for a global audience hungry for the nitty-gritty details they weren't given first time around, or were too young to... Read more
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The Young Witness
Is fat-free or sugar-free better?was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of
The Young Witness / Posted 56 minutes ago
was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of obesity and cardiovascular disease. In the UK there was Dr John Yudkin, the author of Pure, White and Deadly – how sugar is killing us and what we can do to stop it. In... Read more
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The Young Witness
The neuroscience behind how the brain reacts to nostalgic musicplay 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's edit
The Young Witness / Posted 56 minutes ago
play 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's editor of the Classic Popmagazine, based in the UK for a global audience hungry for the nitty-gritty details they weren't given first time around, or were too young to... Read more
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express
'Fought tooth and nail against EU' IDS praises Theresa May as he declares UK finally free IAIN Duncan Smith has praised Theresa May's Brexit speech in Florence as he d
express / Posted 58 minutes ago
IAIN Duncan Smith has praised Theresa May's Brexit speech in Florence as he declared that Britain's era in the European Union "will soon be over for... Read more
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Western Advocate
The neuroscience behind how the brain reacts to nostalgic musicplay 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's edit
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
play 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's editor of the Classic Popmagazine, based in the UK for a global audience hungry for the nitty-gritty details they weren't given first time around, or were too young to... Read more
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Western Advocate
Is fat-free or sugar-free better?was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of obesity and cardiovascular disease. In the UK there was Dr John Yudkin, the author of Pure, White and Deadly – how sugar is killing us and what we can do to stop it. In... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The neuroscience behind how the brain reacts to nostalgic musicplay 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's edit
Kiama Independent / Posted an hour ago
play 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's editor of the Classic Popmagazine, based in the UK for a global audience hungry for the nitty-gritty details they weren't given first time around, or were too young to... Read more
9 related articles
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Manning River Times
Is fat-free or sugar-free better?was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
was a big turf war in nutrition about the cause of the increasing incidence of obesity and cardiovascular disease. In the UK there was Dr John Yudkin, the author of Pure, White and Deadly – how sugar is killing us and what we can do to stop it. In... Read more
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Manning River Times
The neuroscience behind how the brain reacts to nostalgic musicplay 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's edit
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
play 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's editor of the Classic Popmagazine, based in the UK for a global audience hungry for the nitty-gritty details they weren't given first time around, or were too young to... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The neuroscience behind how the brain reacts to nostalgic musicplay 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's edit
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted an hour ago
play 111 times. Photo: Supplied Steve Harnell would agree with that. He's editor of the Classic Popmagazine, based in the UK for a global audience hungry for the nitty-gritty details they weren't given first time around, or were too young to... Read more
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1h
give me sport
Warriors defend Kevin Durant after embarrassing Twitter gaffeembarrassing Twitter gaffe | GiveMeSport Your default site has been set for 7
give me sport / Posted an hour ago
embarrassing Twitter gaffe | GiveMeSport Your default site has been set for 7 days Official online NBA destination in the UK Football News This summer, Kevin Durant has been engaged... Read more
1h
Daily Mail
Weak pound turns Brexit Britain into a holiday haven with record numbers of foreign tourists visiting in July giving the UK economy
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
with record numbers of foreign tourists visiting in July giving the UK economy a £13.3billion boost The number of foreign tourists visiting Britain in July rose to 4.02 million Visitors from... Read more
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The Courier
Television's golden boy David Lyle dead at 67a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial
The Courier / Posted an hour ago
a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial success. Lyle moved initially to the UK to become head of worldwide development for the media company Pearson. Later, when Pearson was merged into Fremantle... Read more
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Perth Now
Moody's cuts UK's credit ratingand the impact of its decision to exit the European Union. The agency said it
Perth Now / Posted an hour ago
and the impact of its decision to exit the European Union. The agency said it was cutting its long-term debt rating on the UK one notch to Aa2, its third-highest investment-grade rating. Its outlook on the rating moved to "stable" from... Read more
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Billboard
Executive Turntable: New Hires at Warner Music, Plus Moves at Live Nation, Domino and MoreWarner Music UK CFO Peter Breeden communications​ SVP Mel Fox will assume new c
Billboard / Posted an hour ago
Warner Music UK CFO Peter Breeden communications​ SVP Mel Fox will assume new chief duties as part of the company’s efforts to strengthen its management team. Breeden will double up his executive duties as the chief operating officer, while Fox takes... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Television's golden boy David Lyle dead at 67a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial success. Lyle moved initially to the UK to become head of worldwide development for the media company Pearson. Later, when Pearson was merged into Fremantle... Read more
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The Young Witness
Television's golden boy David Lyle dead at 67a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial
The Young Witness / Posted an hour ago
a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial success. Lyle moved initially to the UK to become head of worldwide development for the media company Pearson. Later, when Pearson was merged into Fremantle... Read more
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SKY News
Sky Data Poll: Britons back Uber in the UKknow', 56% support Uber operating in Britain, while 44% oppose it. In all, 43%
SKY News / Posted an hour ago
know', 56% support Uber operating in Britain, while 44% oppose it. In all, 43% say Uber should be allowed to run in the UK, 34% say they should not, and 22% do not know. Londoners are much more supportive of the company than any other region,... Read more
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express
‘An absolutely red line’ Jacob Rees-Mogg blasts Theresa May over 'ambiguous' ECJ positionRees-Mogg has expressed concern over Theresa May's position on the European Cou
express / Posted an hour ago
Rees-Mogg has expressed concern over Theresa May's position on the European Court of Justice and the possibility that the UK will be subject to its rulings during the two-year transition period announced by the Prime Minister yesterday. In her... Read more
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Western Advocate
Television's golden boy David Lyle dead at 67a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial
Western Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial success. Lyle moved initially to the UK to become head of worldwide development for the media company Pearson. Later, when Pearson was merged into Fremantle... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Television's golden boy David Lyle dead at 67a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 hours ago
a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial success. Lyle moved initially to the UK to become head of worldwide development for the media company Pearson. Later, when Pearson was merged into Fremantle... Read more
14 related articles
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Manning River Times
Television's golden boy David Lyle dead at 67a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial
Manning River Times / Posted 2 hours ago
a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial success. Lyle moved initially to the UK to become head of worldwide development for the media company Pearson. Later, when Pearson was merged into Fremantle... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Television's golden boy David Lyle dead at 67a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 hours ago
a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial success. Lyle moved initially to the UK to become head of worldwide development for the media company Pearson. Later, when Pearson was merged into Fremantle... Read more
14 related articles
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Geelong Advertiser
Moody’s cuts UK’s credit ratingand the impact of its decision to exit the European Union. The agency said it
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 hours ago
and the impact of its decision to exit the European Union. The agency said it was cutting its long-term debt rating on the UK one notch to Aa2, its third-highest investment-grade rating. Its outlook on the rating moved to "stable" from... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Moody's cuts UK's credit ratingand the impact of its decision to exit the European Union. The agency said it
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 hours ago
and the impact of its decision to exit the European Union. The agency said it was cutting its long-term debt rating on the UK one notch to Aa2, its third-highest investment-grade rating. Its outlook on the rating moved to "stable" from... Read more
18 related articles
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Herald Sun
Moody's cuts UK's credit ratingand the impact of its decision to exit the European Union. The agency said it
Herald Sun / Posted 2 hours ago
and the impact of its decision to exit the European Union. The agency said it was cutting its long-term debt rating on the UK one notch to Aa2, its third-highest investment-grade rating. Its outlook on the rating moved to "stable" from... Read more
18 related articles
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Weekly Times
Moody's cuts UK's credit ratingand the impact of its decision to exit the European Union. The agency said it
Weekly Times / Posted 2 hours ago
and the impact of its decision to exit the European Union. The agency said it was cutting its long-term debt rating on the UK one notch to Aa2, its third-highest investment-grade rating. Its outlook on the rating moved to "stable" from... Read more
18 related articles
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The Courier Mail
Moody's cuts UK's credit ratingand the impact of its decision to exit the European Union. The agency said it
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
and the impact of its decision to exit the European Union. The agency said it was cutting its long-term debt rating on the UK one notch to Aa2, its third-highest investment-grade rating. Its outlook on the rating moved to "stable" from... Read more
18 related articles
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News.com.au
Moody’s cuts UK’s credit ratingand the impact of its decision to exit the European Union. The agency said it
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
and the impact of its decision to exit the European Union. The agency said it was cutting its long-term debt rating on the UK one notch to Aa2, its third-highest investment-grade rating. Its outlook on the rating moved to "stable" from... Read more
18 related articles
2h
The North West Star
Banning Uber from London may put brakes on investmenthas ever been forced to order an Uber. The point - which is often missed - is t
The North West Star / Posted 2 hours ago
has ever been forced to order an Uber. The point - which is often missed - is that its presence in London, and the 15 other UK cities it operates in, adds to the existing services in a largely positive way. It may be that London Mayor Sadiq Khan... Read more
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2h
The North West Star
Television's golden boy David Lyle dead at 67a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial
The North West Star / Posted 2 hours ago
a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial success. Lyle moved initially to the UK to become head of worldwide development for the media company Pearson. Later, when Pearson was merged into Fremantle... Read more
14 related articles
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Daily Liberal
Television's golden boy David Lyle dead at 67a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 hours ago
a slate of entertainment content for the network at the peak of its commercial success. Lyle moved initially to the UK to become head of worldwide development for the media company Pearson. Later, when Pearson was merged into Fremantle... Read more
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2h
Daily Liberal
Banning Uber from London may put brakes on investmenthas ever been forced to order an Uber. The point - which is often missed - is t
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 hours ago
has ever been forced to order an Uber. The point - which is often missed - is that its presence in London, and the 15 other UK cities it operates in, adds to the existing services in a largely positive way. It may be that London Mayor Sadiq Khan... Read more
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Daily Mail
Alice Smellie goes on date with lifelike robotChina, and chances are a vaguely human-looking robot will be directing you to y
Daily Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
China, and chances are a vaguely human-looking robot will be directing you to your room,’ says Adam, who provided the first UK robot receptionist back in February and can now barely keep up with demand. I am neither old, a billionaire nor a hotel... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Shocking pictures show 3am brawl outside nightclub in Manchesterred mist seemed to come over some of them. I saw one guy with blood coming from
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 hours ago
red mist seemed to come over some of them. I saw one guy with blood coming from his ear and another with a cut lip. (Image: UK News Media) (Image: UK News Media) “The police turned up and one lad was put into the back of the car, but they let him... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Banning Uber from London may put brakes on investmenthas ever been forced to order an Uber. The point - which is often missed - is t
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 hours ago
has ever been forced to order an Uber. The point - which is often missed - is that its presence in London, and the 15 other UK cities it operates in, adds to the existing services in a largely positive way. It may be that London Mayor Sadiq Khan... Read more
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