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Sydney Morning Herald
185 years later, inquiry finds slavery untracked in NSWand requiring government departments and corporations to prove billions of doll
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 minutes ago
and requiring government departments and corporations to prove billions of dollars in offshore imports are not the products of slavery are among the dozens of suggestions in a report by the upper house select committee on human trafficking... Read more
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iafrica.com
Liver cancer linked to herbal remediesnoticeable in the data, as was the case with tobacco-related cancers after smok
iafrica.com / Posted 4 minutes ago
noticeable in the data, as was the case with tobacco-related cancers after smoking was revealed to cause lung tumors. Or it could be that people continue to be exposed to these acids through other products and herbal mixtures that still contain th... Read more
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Business Wire
Agility Health Tech becomes Partner of One NucleusAgility Health Tech Agility Health Tech is a UK-based consultancy and communic
Business Wire / Posted 4 minutes ago
Agility Health Tech Agility Health Tech is a UK-based consultancy and communications firm dedicated to advancing the products and raising the profile of its clients. With over 25 years’ experience in the healthcare, materials and... Read more
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Business Wire
SIAE MICROELETTRONICA Successfully Tests The SDN Application iVeritas in Telefónica Deutschland’s SDN Live Wireless Networkprovider. With its brand O2 as well as various secondary and partner brands, th
Business Wire / Posted 4 minutes ago
provider. With its brand O2 as well as various secondary and partner brands, the company offers mobile telecommunications products and innovative mobile data services. In the area of fixed networks, it offers innovative telephony and high-speed... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Figtree mum frustrated by baby formula shortageonline and I’ve seen sites where they’re being sold for far more than the recom
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 minutes ago
online and I’ve seen sites where they’re being sold for far more than the recommended retail price.’’ Australian-made products are desirable in China, where consumers fear their food or medicine could be fake or poisonous. In a widely... Read more
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The Age
185 years later, inquiry finds slavery untracked in NSWand requiring government departments and corporations to prove billions of doll
The Age / Posted 6 minutes ago
and requiring government departments and corporations to prove billions of dollars in offshore imports are not the products of slavery are among the dozens of suggestions in a report by the upper house select committee on human trafficking... Read more
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The Christian Post
Wi-Fi KRACK Issue: Tech Companies Release Updates, Fixes Following Discovery of Severe Network Riskconversations, and more. Traditionally, when security analysts discover vulner
The Christian Post / Posted 8 minutes ago
conversations, and more. Traditionally, when security analysts discover vulnerabilities on software services and hardware products, they inform the affected company so the latter can issue the needed security updates before the vulnerability is... Read more
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The Christian Post
Essential Accused of Stealing Wireless Connector Technologylets the device operate add-ons like cameras without the use of wires or metal
The Christian Post / Posted 8 minutes ago
lets the device operate add-ons like cameras without the use of wires or metal contacts, as Reuters explained. Essential ProductsThe Essential Phone PH-1 is now shipping out to buyers. Keyssa Inc., a private entity co-founded by iPod creator... Read more
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Motley Fool
3 reasons the Xero FPO NZX share price is skyrocketingthe company pass 1 million subscribers, but the company’s operating revenue gre
Motley Fool / Posted 10 minutes ago
the company pass 1 million subscribers, but the company’s operating revenue grew 43% and it has continued to deliver new products which add value to customers. Xero has been demonstrating the huge value that technology companies can create... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Stonehenge builders’ diet habits revealed at exhibitionshows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews
Croydon Guardian / Posted 10 minutes ago
shows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews and smaller vessels for processing dairy products. The dairy pots were found concentrated at a timber ceremonial circle at Durrington Walls, suggesting milk played... Read more
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Motley Fool
Credit Suisse: CSL Limited shares are set to outperformclosing price of $140.95. CSL shares are up 34% over the past year as demand g
Motley Fool / Posted 10 minutes ago
closing price of $140.95. CSL shares are up 34% over the past year as demand grows for its immunoglobulin and specialty products and margins continue to expand. In August, CSL posted a net profit on a constant currency basis of $US$1,337... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
An Alibaba-backed fintech company founded by a 34-old just had an amazing IPOto CB Insights. A recent study by the consultancy EY found that one in three d
Stamford Advocate / Posted 13 minutes ago
to CB Insights. A recent study by the consultancy EY found that one in three digital consumers use two or more fintech products. This level, according to EY, indicates that fintech has crossed the threshold of early mass adoption. The firm said... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Stonehenge builders’ diet habits revealed at exhibitionshows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 20 minutes ago
shows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews and smaller vessels for processing dairy products. The dairy pots were found concentrated at a timber ceremonial circle at Durrington Walls, suggesting milk played... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Stonehenge builders’ diet habits revealed at exhibitionshows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 22 minutes ago
shows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews and smaller vessels for processing dairy products. The dairy pots were found concentrated at a timber ceremonial circle at Durrington Walls, suggesting milk played... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Queues, warm wine: Sydney event failsparkling Chandon at $65 a pop before we convinced the poor lads that Moet & Ch
The Courier Mail / Posted 23 minutes ago
sparkling Chandon at $65 a pop before we convinced the poor lads that Moet & Chandon and Chandon are rather different products – and you really shouldn’t sell them warm. Or the Pimm’s bar selling the summer-favourite cocktail in jugs but ran... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Stonehenge builders’ diet habits revealed at exhibitionshows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 23 minutes ago
shows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews and smaller vessels for processing dairy products. The dairy pots were found concentrated at a timber ceremonial circle at Durrington Walls, suggesting milk played... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
China biotech's 'coming out party' masks long road aheadfact that China still has far to go. It contributes just 4 percent of global dr
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 25 minutes ago
fact that China still has far to go. It contributes just 4 percent of global drug innovation - as measured by the number of products in development and recent launches - against 50 percent from the United States, according to an October 2016 report... Read more
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Inquirier.net
DENR chief backs higher excise tax on mining firmsin the excise tax for mining companies in the country. Senator Juan Miguel Zub
Inquirier.net / Posted 30 minutes ago
in the excise tax for mining companies in the country. Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri also filed Senate Bill 1541, seeking to increase the excise tax on non-metallic and metallic minerals, and mineral products, and quarry resources. /kga ADVERTIS... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Stonehenge builders’ diet habits revealed at exhibitionshows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 32 minutes ago
shows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews and smaller vessels for processing dairy products. The dairy pots were found concentrated at a timber ceremonial circle at Durrington Walls, suggesting milk played... Read more
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The Register
Citrix endorses tool that lets vSphere manage Xen Servermention new Xen Server customer wins, albeit without any suggestion they've ado
The Register / Posted 33 minutes ago
mention new Xen Server customer wins, albeit without any suggestion they've adopted it for workloads other than Citrix products. Yet if those new customers have only bought it to run XenDesktop and XenApp, that's a win for Citrix, too, because... Read more
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Scotsman
Canada’s 46-year wait for haggis is over after recipe changeby an estimated 37 per cent in the last year alone. Seafood supplier Associate
Scotsman / Posted 36 minutes ago
by an estimated 37 per cent in the last year alone. Seafood supplier Associated Seafood is launching two smoked salmon products with Canada’s largest retailer, Loblaw, later this month. Stockans Oatcakes from Orkney can also be found in major... Read more
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HITC Sport
Could Tottenham's Pochettino emulate Ferguson at Manchester United after 15 years comments?in the here and now, with a new stadium on the way, regularly playing at the to
HITC Sport / Posted 38 minutes ago
in the here and now, with a new stadium on the way, regularly playing at the top table of European football and academy products being consistently blooded in the first team. The South American will need to be assured of backing from the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Savvy Shopper: Latest in stylish homeware ​HUSH LITTLE BABY Kirsty Gow-Gates launched Lullaby skincare because she could
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 38 minutes ago
​HUSH LITTLE BABY Kirsty Gow-Gates launched Lullaby skincare because she couldn't find natural baby products that she was happy to use on her own children. Designed for newborns and kids with sensitive, eczema prone skin, the range is formulated... Read more
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Business Standard India
GST rules eased for goods movement for approval-based sale, jewellers cheerNitin Khandelwal say this as a major relief for jewellers. He said: "This is a
Business Standard India / Posted 38 minutes ago
Nitin Khandelwal say this as a major relief for jewellers. He said: "This is a big relief. Jewellers sending their products through their marketing or sales representatives on an approval basis faced many issues earlier. Also, for jewellers... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Stonehenge builders’ diet habits revealed at exhibitionshows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews
Oxford Mail / Posted 40 minutes ago
shows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews and smaller vessels for processing dairy products. The dairy pots were found concentrated at a timber ceremonial circle at Durrington Walls, suggesting milk played... Read more
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The Age
Savvy Shopper: Latest in stylish homeware ​HUSH LITTLE BABY Kirsty Gow-Gates launched Lullaby skincare because she could
The Age / Posted 41 minutes ago
​HUSH LITTLE BABY Kirsty Gow-Gates launched Lullaby skincare because she couldn't find natural baby products that she was happy to use on her own children. Designed for newborns and kids with sensitive, eczema prone skin, the range is formulated... Read more
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Bury Times
Stonehenge builders’ diet habits revealed at exhibitionshows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews
Bury Times / Posted 43 minutes ago
shows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews and smaller vessels for processing dairy products. The dairy pots were found concentrated at a timber ceremonial circle at Durrington Walls, suggesting milk played... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
China demand pumps up Aust wine exportsdemand for premium Australian wines in most regions around the world, where con
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 45 minutes ago
demand for premium Australian wines in most regions around the world, where consumers are trading up to higher-value products across a range of categories," Mr Clark said in a statement. Red wine accounted for 74 per cent of export... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
October 19The United States imposes an embargo on exports to Cuba covering all commoditie
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 46 minutes ago
The United States imposes an embargo on exports to Cuba covering all commodities except medical supplies and certain food products. It was enacted after Cuba nationalized the properties of United States citizens and corporations. [ + - ] 1960:... Read more
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Gazette
Stonehenge builders’ diet habits revealed at exhibitionshows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews
Gazette / Posted 47 minutes ago
shows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews and smaller vessels for processing dairy products. The dairy pots were found concentrated at a timber ceremonial circle at Durrington Walls, suggesting milk played... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
WA trade wrap: Eagles inactivity explained as Dockers score recruiting coupdraft while releasing Matera to continue his 101-game career back in his home t
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 48 minutes ago
draft while releasing Matera to continue his 101-game career back in his home town. Ironically, the return of the WA products is on the back of departures from former Fremantle inter-stater players Hayden Crozier, who heads to the Western... Read more
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guardian-series
Stonehenge builders’ diet habits revealed at exhibitionshows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews
guardian-series / Posted 49 minutes ago
shows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews and smaller vessels for processing dairy products. The dairy pots were found concentrated at a timber ceremonial circle at Durrington Walls, suggesting milk played... Read more
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The Age
WA trade wrap: Eagles inactivity explained as Dockers score recruiting coupdraft while releasing Matera to continue his 101-game career back in his home t
The Age / Posted 51 minutes ago
draft while releasing Matera to continue his 101-game career back in his home town. Ironically, the return of the WA products is on the back of departures from former Fremantle inter-stater players Hayden Crozier, who heads to the Western... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
Another reason to watch what you eat: you can avoid food-borne illnessesfood poisoning. Since these are not cooked, it is hard to get rid of the toxin
The Birmingham Times / Posted 51 minutes ago
food poisoning. Since these are not cooked, it is hard to get rid of the toxin once the product is contaminated. Keeping products cool does not help, because it has already been contaminated. The best prevention is to wash kitchen utensils well... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
The new reality for People Over 50: You might Be Working Even LongerBank, she took a huge piece of her retirement savings to fund her own business.
The Birmingham Times / Posted 51 minutes ago
Bank, she took a huge piece of her retirement savings to fund her own business. Her enterprise promoted African-inspired products — a venture that had tremendous potential but which eventually failed. “We were doing well, but I could see that we... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Stonehenge builders’ diet habits revealed at exhibitionshows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 51 minutes ago
shows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews and smaller vessels for processing dairy products. The dairy pots were found concentrated at a timber ceremonial circle at Durrington Walls, suggesting milk played... Read more
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asianage
Samsung unveils ARTIK Secure IoT Modulesfor device-to-cloud protectionnow delivers device-to-cloud security for companies to build, develop and manag
asianage / Posted 51 minutes ago
now delivers device-to-cloud security for companies to build, develop and manage secure, interoperable, and intelligent IoT products and services for everything from smart homes to high-tech factories. In addition, Samsung announced that the ARTIK... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Thoughts On Funding Private Education in Modern Nigeriaof Benin), Prof. Emmanuel Onookome Okome ( Professor of Film Studies, Universit
AllAfrica.com / Posted 52 minutes ago
of Benin), Prof. Emmanuel Onookome Okome ( Professor of Film Studies, University of Alberta, Canada), all of whom are products of Academy (Okotie-Eboh) Grammar School. Others who attended Zik Academy who have equally become worthy citizens of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
UR Graduate's Shoe-Making Project Gives Hope to Vulnerablein Kigali. She was supported by National Youth Council, which helped her get a
AllAfrica.com / Posted 52 minutes ago
in Kigali. She was supported by National Youth Council, which helped her get a stand at the expo to showcase her unique products. At the expo, Ahirwe said she received many clients who liked her products. "A chance to feature in the exhibition... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Parliament Agrees to Penal Code Amendmentlaw governing electricity in Rwanda, law regulating therapeutic, educational an
AllAfrica.com / Posted 52 minutes ago
law governing electricity in Rwanda, law regulating therapeutic, educational and scientific utilisation of organs and products of the human body, and the law relating to elections. The special laws will also include the organic law governing... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
New E-Commerce Platforms to Be Unveiled Todaysector to guide people especially visitors where they can find restaurants, caf
AllAfrica.com / Posted 52 minutes ago
sector to guide people especially visitors where they can find restaurants, cafes or WiFi, among others. The three products were developed under a three-month Rwanda Build accelerator programme hosted at Impact Hub Kigali's co-working... Read more
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Weekly Times
Big boom in wine exportsincreasing demand for premium wines in most regions around the world, where con
Weekly Times / Posted 52 minutes ago
increasing demand for premium wines in most regions around the world, where consumers are trading up to higher value products across a range of categories,” Mr Clark said. The report comes as Penfolds released a new blend of its Grange wine,... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
October 19The United States imposes an embargo on exports to Cuba covering all commoditie
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 53 minutes ago
The United States imposes an embargo on exports to Cuba covering all commodities except medical supplies and certain food products. It was enacted after Cuba nationalized the properties of United States citizens and corporations. [ + - ] 1960:... Read more
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International Business Times
Fintech platforms from Nordic banks show collaboration to resist competition is working fees, they keep customers within the "walled garden" of a single digital ecosys
International Business Times / Posted 53 minutes ago
fees, they keep customers within the "walled garden" of a single digital ecosystem, creating opportunities to sell other products." "With such wide adoption of Vipps and Swish across the Nordics, merchants have a strong incentive to sign up to... Read more
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Harrow Times
Stonehenge builders’ diet habits revealed at exhibitionshows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews
Harrow Times / Posted 54 minutes ago
shows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews and smaller vessels for processing dairy products. The dairy pots were found concentrated at a timber ceremonial circle at Durrington Walls, suggesting milk played... Read more
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Reuters
Toyota, other Japanese carmakers say hoods containing Kobe Steel aluminum are safemade by Kobe Steel Ltd, allaying some concerns that Kobe’s falsified quality da
Reuters / Posted 54 minutes ago
made by Kobe Steel Ltd, allaying some concerns that Kobe’s falsified quality data had compromised the safety of the products. Kobe Steel, Japan’s No. 3 steelmaker, admitted earlier this month to falsifying the quality data for aluminum and... Read more
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Reuters
China biotech's 'coming out party' masks long road aheadfact that China still has far to go. It contributes just 4 percent of global dr
Reuters / Posted 54 minutes ago
fact that China still has far to go. It contributes just 4 percent of global drug innovation - as measured by the number of products in development and recent launches - against 50 percent from the United States, according to an October 2016 report... Read more
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Reuters
Australia's Westpac to refund 200,000 customers for missed benefits2010 but did not get the money, Australia’s No. 2 lender said. “Some customers
Reuters / Posted 54 minutes ago
2010 but did not get the money, Australia’s No. 2 lender said. “Some customers did not receive discounts on ancillary products such as home and contents insurance and term deposits,” Westpac said in a statement issued to the Australian... Read more
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This is West Country
Stonehenge builders’ diet habits revealed at exhibitionshows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews
This is West Country / Posted 55 minutes ago
shows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews and smaller vessels for processing dairy products. The dairy pots were found concentrated at a timber ceremonial circle at Durrington Walls, suggesting milk played... Read more
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Gazette News
Stonehenge builders’ diet habits revealed at exhibitionshows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews
Gazette News / Posted 55 minutes ago
shows the people living there used larger grooved ware pots to cook meat stews and smaller vessels for processing dairy products. The dairy pots were found concentrated at a timber ceremonial circle at Durrington Walls, suggesting milk played... Read more
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