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Pilipino Star
UndependableA businessman-friend sent me a message the other day, railing about how the P18
Pilipino Star / Posted 6 hours ago
A businessman-friend sent me a message the other day, railing about how the P18 billion raised through Feed-in Tariffs (FIT) charged electricity consumers could have been used to build a chain of recharging stations in the metropolitan area. Instead,... Read more
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express
Iain Duncan Smith: We will not pay punishing Brexit divorce billthe exorbitant £90billion divorce fee to the European Union. He believes that
express / Posted 8 hours ago
the exorbitant £90billion divorce fee to the European Union. He believes that the EU have been dragging their feet in discussions so leaders can push their own money grabbing agenda. Although there is a sense of urgency from both sides of the... Read more
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Business Wire
India Outbound Tourism Market 2017- Outbound Tourists, Purpose of Visit, Tourists Spending and ForecastDUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "India Outbound Tourism Market: Outbound Tourists,
Business Wire / Posted 9 hours ago
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "India Outbound Tourism Market: Outbound Tourists, Purpose of Visit (Holiday, VFR (Visit Friends & Relatives), Business, Others), Tourists Spending and Forecast" report has been added to Research and Markets'... Read more
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International Business Times
This new botnet could take down the internet - and it's rapidly spreading across the world to launch cyberattacks in the same fashion as "Mirai" last year. Check Point s
International Business Times / Posted 12 hours ago
to launch cyberattacks in the same fashion as "Mirai" last year. Check Point said: "While some technical aspects lead us to suspect a possible connection to Mirai, this is an entirely new and far more sophisticated campaign that is rapidly... Read more
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CNET
Everything you need to know about YouTube Reda paid monthly subscription service with several perks that make your viewing e
CNET / Posted yesterday
a paid monthly subscription service with several perks that make your viewing experience better. It's available now in the US, Australia, New Zealand, Korea and Mexico. Here's what you should know before you sign up. Editors' note, December 8,... Read more
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Canberra Times
ANU research says women who see themselves as wealthy more likely to have boysNew research from the Australian National University suggests women who see the
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
New research from the Australian National University suggests women who see themselves as rich are more likely to give birth to a boy. The study also found the high number of boys born in the ACT, which has greater income levels than other... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ANU research says women who see themselves as wealthy more likely to have boysNew research from the Australian National University suggests women who see the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
New research from the Australian National University suggests women who see themselves as rich are more likely to give birth to a boy. The study also found the high number of boys born in the ACT, which has greater income levels than other... Read more
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The Age
ANU research says women who see themselves as wealthy more likely to have boysNew research from the Australian National University suggests women who see the
The Age / Posted yesterday
New research from the Australian National University suggests women who see themselves as rich are more likely to give birth to a boy. The study also found the high number of boys born in the ACT, which has greater income levels than other... Read more
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CNET
Totally heartbreaking rhino image tops 2017 wildlife photoswe need talented photographers to help open our eyes to the world's wonders and
CNET / Posted 2 days ago
we need talented photographers to help open our eyes to the world's wonders and sorrows. The Natural History Museum of London announced the results of its 2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition on Tuesday and every single... Read more
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The Hindu
Discovering Victorian secretsNational Curry Week just concluded in Britain — marking two centuries of the co
The Hindu / Posted 4 days ago
National Curry Week just concluded in Britain — marking two centuries of the country’s dalliance with one of the most famous imports from its largest colony. When the Hindostane Coffee House opened in London in 1810, many British got the hots for... Read more
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express
KFC mania! Double Down sandwiches sell at one per SECOND in first weekarticles KFC is adding FOUR new burgers to its menu KFC Double Down is finall
express / Posted 4 days ago
articles KFC is adding FOUR new burgers to its menu KFC Double Down is finally coming to the UK Fast food secret menusFri, October 14, 2016Shh! Here are the secret menus from your favourite fast food restaurants. The Double Down features... Read more
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Western Advocate
CSL shares drop as CEO announces exitCSL shares have fallen from a five-year high on news that its long-serving and
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
CSL shares have fallen from a five-year high on news that its long-serving and "outstanding Australian CEO" Brian McNamee was departing. CSL shares have fallen from a five-year high on news that its long-serving and "outstanding Australian CEO"... Read more
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Aljazeera
Reclaiming Mosul's vibrant culture after ISILThree months after ISIL was pushed out of its Mosul stronghold, the city is str
Aljazeera / Posted 5 days ago
Three months after ISIL was pushed out of its Mosul stronghold, the city is striving to reclaim its once-vibrant cultural scene. Local university professor and photographer Ali al-Baroodi said the recovery thus far has been "quick and lively", with... Read more
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SKY News
Long read: What if UK leaves European atomic community?Political Editor "Last June, the British people did not vote to leave Euratom,
SKY News / Posted 7 days ago
Political Editor "Last June, the British people did not vote to leave Euratom," David Davis was politely told at a Brexit Business Summit at Chevening in July by one of Britain's top nuclear executives, Vincent de Rivaz of EDF Energy. The Brexit... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Sixth Beef School On the CardsThe Zimbabwe Herd Book, in partnership with National Foods Stockfeeds and Nurtu
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
The Zimbabwe Herd Book, in partnership with National Foods Stockfeeds and Nurture Education Trust, have great pleasure in hosting the sixth Beef School for cattle producers. This two-day intensive event takes place on October 24 1nd 25 at... Read more
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BikeRadar
11spd: This week's new bike gearpost-ride and so on… But for now, the worst of the autumn weather is still wee
BikeRadar / Posted 7 days ago
post-ride and so on… But for now, the worst of the autumn weather is still weeks away, so instead of worrying about it, just sit back, relax and have a browse of some of the new gear that's landed on the BikeRadar desk this week. Specialized... Read more
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International Business Times
HS2 rail project puts lives of 200 reindeer at risk The owner of a Staffordshire Reindeer farm said the proposed route of the HS2 r
International Business Times / Posted 8 days ago
The owner of a Staffordshire Reindeer farm said the proposed route of the HS2 rail project could force him to close the business and put down the 200-strong herd. Blithbury Reindeer Lodge bills itself as "home to England's largest working Reindeer... Read more
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Weekly Times
Shooters hit back as Howard warns on gunswith all of the services we're fighting for hospitals, improved water managemen
Weekly Times / Posted 8 days ago
with all of the services we're fighting for hospitals, improved water management and the unlocking of national parks for sustainable logging." The Berejiklian government, which has already endured three by-elections in 2017, faces three more... Read more
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Perth Now
Shooters hit back as Howard warns on gunswith all of the services we're fighting for hospitals, improved water managemen
Perth Now / Posted 8 days ago
with all of the services we're fighting for hospitals, improved water management and the unlocking of national parks for sustainable logging." The Berejiklian government, which has already endured three by-elections in 2017, faces three more... Read more
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TSN
Syria's World Cup hopes end in loss to AustraliaSYDNEY, Australia — Omar al-Soma's free kick crashed into the post with moments
TSN / Posted 9 days ago
SYDNEY, Australia — Omar al-Soma's free kick crashed into the post with moments to go, ending war-torn Syria's World Cup hopes and allowing Tim Cahill's Australians to squeeze into the final playoff for a spot in Russia. The 37-year-old Cahill... Read more
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Canberra Times
Open letter: Parliament, not ministers, must decide Australia's response to a Korean warit is imperative that the situation be brought to a halt, then reversed, as a m
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
it is imperative that the situation be brought to a halt, then reversed, as a matter of urgency. While it is for the US and North Korea principally to settle their differences, it is unlikely they will do this alone given their intransigent... Read more
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Business Standard India
Air India subsidiary AIESL inks deal with Singapore Airlines' engg armEngineering Company (SIAEC) last week, the two "will collaborate to offer line
Business Standard India / Posted 12 days ago
Engineering Company (SIAEC) last week, the two "will collaborate to offer line maintenance and ancillary services at various airports in India as well as engineering training". According to a recent industry report, the global aircraft... Read more
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The Economic Times
Air India subsidiary AIESL inks MoU with SIAECEngineering Company (SIAEC) last week, the two "will collaborate to offer line
The Economic Times / Posted 12 days ago
Engineering Company (SIAEC) last week, the two "will collaborate to offer line maintenance and ancillary services at various airports in India as well as engineering training". Besides, the two companies will offer a wider spectrum of services... Read more
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News.com.au
Pine Gap activists win Nobel PrizeAN Aussie-born nuclear disarmament group which campaigned against the Northern
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
AN Aussie-born nuclear disarmament group which campaigned against the Northern Territory’s Pine Gap spy base has won the Nobel Peace Prize. The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) was launched in Victoria’s Parliament House 10... Read more
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Mashable
This scratch-off map is the perfect gift for wanderlustsmeasuring 17” by 24”. Or, you can choose the platinum world map, measuring 24”
Mashable / Posted 15 days ago
measuring 17” by 24”. Or, you can choose the platinum world map, measuring 24” by 36” and featuring state outlines for the US, Australia, and Canada. As you travel, just scratch off your destination on the map to create a beautiful visual archive... Read more
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CNET
German breweries bring 1,000-year-old beer making into the modern agewhile yet another glues on the labels: Hofbräu Oktoberfestbier. I'm at Bavaria
CNET / Posted 15 days ago
while yet another glues on the labels: Hofbräu Oktoberfestbier. I'm at Bavaria state-owned Hofbräu München brewery just outside of the Bavarian capital of Munich. I'll get to taste the world-famous beer later. But first, I'm hearing about... Read more
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News.com.au
Still more to do on gun control, says Brownemassacre victims Mourners have held multiple vigils in Las Vegas following a m
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
massacre victims Mourners have held multiple vigils in Las Vegas following a massacre that left at least 59 people dead. AUSTRALIA could learn lessons from the Las Vegas massacre, a long-time Tasmanian gun control advocate says. Gun Control... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
IROs Garner Endeavour Funding for Leading Researchfunding for leading researchA number of Independent Research Organisations (IRO
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 18 days ago
funding for leading researchA number of Independent Research Organisations (IRO), offering research from the impact of household products on New Zealand’s aquatic ecosystems to developing nitrogen-fixing trees and grasses for our forestry and... Read more
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The Economic Times
Is 25 billion digital transaction target for 2017-18 too steep to achieve?a third of the total targeted transactions are via digital modes. Take, for ins
The Economic Times / Posted 18 days ago
a third of the total targeted transactions are via digital modes. Take, for instance, debit cards. It is the most ubiquitous cashless option in circulation (about 700 million) and surprisingly among the least in use - other than at ATMs . Low... Read more
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metro
KFC have just launched their infamous Double Down in the UKchicken? If the answer to all these is a resounding YES then my finger lickin’
metro / Posted 18 days ago
chicken? If the answer to all these is a resounding YES then my finger lickin’ friends, you need to get on down to KFC because the chain is bringing arguably their most successful sandwich to the UK.Third Veggie Pret is opening next week in... Read more
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Daily Mirror
KFC finally brings 'most successful sandwich in history' to the UKYou might read about McDonald's chocolate-covered fries, Burger King's 'Whopper
Daily Mirror / Posted 18 days ago
You might read about McDonald's chocolate-covered fries, Burger King's 'Whopperito', and all the other curious fast food inventions, only to be left disappointed when you discover that they're not here in the UK. The company says it's its "most... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Why Australia needs the US more than everDonald Trump: US, Australia defence alliance more important than ever: Marise P
Daily Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
Donald Trump: US, Australia defence alliance more important than ever: Marise Payne | Daily Telegraph Invalid postcode. Sorry we couldn't find a match for that, please try again Breaking News Entertainmentnav_small_right Miranda Devine Piers... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Virat Kohli hints Hardik Pandya might be Indian cricket’s regular No.4 in ODIsVirat Kohli has admitted that Australia’s superb death bowling made the differe
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 21 days ago
Virat Kohli has admitted that Australia’s superb death bowling made the difference as India’s quest to secure 10 consecutive ODI wins was thwarted after they suffered a 21-run loss at the M Chinnaswamy stadium on Thursday. The India captain also... Read more
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Computerworld (NZ)
Hawaiki cable installation to begin next monthHawaiki Submarine Cable says manufacture of its submarine cable that will link
Computerworld (NZ) / Posted 22 days ago
Hawaiki Submarine Cable says manufacture of its submarine cable that will link New Zealand and Australia with the US west coast is now complete and installation will commence in October, with the system scheduled to come into service a year... Read more
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News.com.au
FIVE WEEKEND GETAWAYS FOR THE FAMILYa road trip to remember E all need a change of scenery to break up the family
News.com.au / Posted 24 days ago
a road trip to remember E all need a change of scenery to break up the family routine, and sometimes, a weekend escape is just enough to do the trick. Lucky for us, Australia is bursting at the seams with family-friendly holiday destinations,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Idyl Wins the Voice Nigeria Season Twowinner of The Voice Nigeria season 2. The Bayelsa-born singer walked away with
AllAfrica.com / Posted 24 days ago
winner of The Voice Nigeria season 2. The Bayelsa-born singer walked away with a recording contract with Universal Music Africa, a brand new GS4 SUV by GAC motors and an all-expense paid trip tour of Dubai courtesy of Ajala.ng. Sunday's... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
No clear winner in NZ electionhttp://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2017/09/25/rslt-s25.htmlThe New Zealand electio
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 25 days ago
http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2017/09/25/rslt-s25.htmlThe New Zealand election on Saturday delivered an inconclusive result, with neither the incumbent National Party nor the main opposition Labour Party in a clear position to form a... Read more
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New Kerala
Kate Hudson's Fabletics Expands Into Footwear - newkerala news #274357by providing high-quality activewear at an unrivaled value. This first capsule
New Kerala / Posted 27 days ago
by providing high-quality activewear at an unrivaled value. This first capsule footwear collection, which will be exclusive to VIP members, is a direct response to members' requests and, like all Fabletics styles, will provide super wearable... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Poor turnout for iPhone 8 ahead of X modelApple's launch of the iPhone 8 has kicked off with less fanfare than new models
Sky News Australia / Posted 27 days ago
Apple's launch of the iPhone 8 has kicked off with less fanfare than new models in previous years in the US, Australia, Asia and Britain, as fans held out for the premium iPhone X, due out in early November. In San Francisco's Union Square, 80km... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
10 people tell how their first day at work turned into a nightmareor not you will fit in with new colleagues. In a global survey by Webonboardin
Business Insider Australia / Posted 28 days ago
or not you will fit in with new colleagues. In a global survey by Webonboarding of 4,000 office workers from the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand, almost four in ten (39%) said they had a problem or issue when starting a new job. And 44%... Read more
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Canberra Times
Julie Bishop vows further United Nations pressure on North KoreaJulie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through
Canberra Times / Posted a month ago
Julie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through United Nations sanctions, effectively brushing aside Trump administration remarks that the UN route has been exhausted. Speaking from the UN General Assembly... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
The enduring appeal of Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers as it returns to Norwich One of the West End�s best-loved musicals, running for 24 years, Willy Russel
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted a month ago
One of the West End�s best-loved musicals, running for 24 years, Willy Russell�s Blood Brothers returns to Norwich Theatre Royal. Photo: Submitted One of the West End’s... Read more
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Business Standard India
Rohingya crisis a great opportunity for India to set its house in orderresponse to the crisis in its surroundings, then India isn’t the super power it
Business Standard India / Posted a month ago
response to the crisis in its surroundings, then India isn’t the super power it tries to project itself as. A superpower must have enough will to, as Uncle Ben suggested to Spiderman, take “great responsibility,” and should not just assemble... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Julie Bishop vows further United Nations pressure on North KoreaJulie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through
Daily Liberal / Posted 1 months ago
Julie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through United Nations sanctions, effectively brushing aside Trump administration remarks that the UN route has been exhausted. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has said... Read more
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The Border Mail
Julie Bishop vows further United Nations pressure on North KoreaJulie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through
The Border Mail / Posted 1 months ago
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Illawarra Mercury
Julie Bishop vows further United Nations pressure on North KoreaJulie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 1 months ago
Julie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through United Nations sanctions, effectively brushing aside Trump administration remarks that the UN route has been exhausted. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has said... Read more
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The Courier
Julie Bishop vows further United Nations pressure on North KoreaJulie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through
The Courier / Posted 1 months ago
Julie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through United Nations sanctions, effectively brushing aside Trump administration remarks that the UN route has been exhausted. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has said... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Julie Bishop vows further United Nations pressure on North KoreaJulie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 1 months ago
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The Young Witness
Julie Bishop vows further United Nations pressure on North KoreaJulie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through
The Young Witness / Posted 1 months ago
Julie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through United Nations sanctions, effectively brushing aside Trump administration remarks that the UN route has been exhausted. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has said... Read more
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Western Advocate
Julie Bishop vows further United Nations pressure on North KoreaJulie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through
Western Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
Julie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through United Nations sanctions, effectively brushing aside Trump administration remarks that the UN route has been exhausted. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has said... Read more
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