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Queensland Times
French supermarkets banned from wasting foodSUPERMARKETS in France have been banned from throwing away or spoiling unsold f
French supermarkets banned from wasting food
Queensland Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
SUPERMARKETS in France have been banned from throwing away or spoiling unsold food by law. The stores are now required to donate unwanted food to charities and food banks. To stop foragers, some supermarkets have poured bleach over the discarded... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
French supermarkets banned from wasting foodSUPERMARKETS in France have been banned from throwing away or spoiling unsold f
French supermarkets banned from wasting food
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 minutes ago
SUPERMARKETS in France have been banned from throwing away or spoiling unsold food by law. The stores are now required to donate unwanted food to charities and food banks. To stop foragers, some supermarkets have poured bleach over the discarded... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
More than 200 Rhode Islanders to be paid for HSBC settlementPROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - Rhode Island officials say homeowners who were victims
More than 200 Rhode Islanders to be paid for HSBC settlement
ABC 6 Providence / Posted 8 minutes ago
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - Rhode Island officials say homeowners who were victims to banking giant HSBC's abusive lending practices may be eligible for relief under a mortgage abuse settlement. The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/1PFjJjj)... Read more
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News Mail
French supermarkets banned from wasting foodSUPERMARKETS in France have been banned from throwing away or spoiling unsold f
French supermarkets banned from wasting food
News Mail / Posted 10 minutes ago
SUPERMARKETS in France have been banned from throwing away or spoiling unsold food by law. The stores are now required to donate unwanted food to charities and food banks. To stop foragers, some supermarkets have poured bleach over the discarded... Read more
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heraldscotland
John Phelps's portfolioThe FTSE 100 index ended January a mere ten points down at 6083.8, but that was
John Phelps's portfolio
heraldscotland / Posted 12 minutes ago
The FTSE 100 index ended January a mere ten points down at 6083.8, but that was enough to spook investors who believe that the first month sets the tone for the year. That, plus renewed fears over a China slowdown and the oil glut, sparked a tough... Read more
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heraldscotland
Fears of 'big chill' from lobbying register over-stated, says surveyComments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a
Fears of 'big chill' from lobbying register over-stated, says survey
heraldscotland / Posted 12 minutes ago
Comments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a pre-moderated or post-moderated basis. If you're a relatively new user then your comments will be reviewed before publication and if we know you well and trust you then... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Opponents question jobs, prices in pipeline planJob creation and lower energy prices have been touted by Kinder Morgan as among
Opponents question jobs, prices in pipeline plan
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 16 minutes ago
Job creation and lower energy prices have been touted by Kinder Morgan as among the economic benefits that await the residents of Georgia as the nation’s largest energy infrastructure company builds its 360-mile Palmetto Pipeline through the... Read more
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Waxahachie Daily Light
Texas Alliance responds to Obama's proposed oil tax Posted Feb. 6, 2016 at 6:44 PM Posted Feb. 6, 2016 at 6:44 PM The following
Texas Alliance responds to Obama's proposed oil tax
Waxahachie Daily Light / Posted 18 minutes ago
Posted Feb. 6, 2016 at 6:44 PM Posted Feb. 6, 2016 at 6:44 PM The following statement was released by George Rogers, Chairman of the Board of the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers, in response... Read more
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Daily Examiner
French supermarkets banned from wasting foodSUPERMARKETS in France have been banned from throwing away or spoiling unsold f
French supermarkets banned from wasting food
Daily Examiner / Posted 24 minutes ago
SUPERMARKETS in France have been banned from throwing away or spoiling unsold food by law. The stores are now required to donate unwanted food to charities and food banks. To stop foragers, some supermarkets have poured bleach over the discarded... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Queensland's $24-billion energy merger claims first casaultyThe Queensland Government's plans to merge power distributors Ergon and Energex
Queensland's $24-billion energy merger claims first casaulty
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 26 minutes ago
The Queensland Government's plans to merge power distributors Ergon and Energex into a $24-billion new energy distributor by mid-2016 has had its first restructuring casualty. Ergon Energy and Energex will be merged as part of the Queensland... Read more
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The Young Witness
Queensland's $24-billion energy merger claims first casaultyThe Queensland Government's plans to merge power distributors Ergon and Energex
Queensland's $24-billion energy merger claims first casaulty
The Young Witness / Posted 28 minutes ago
The Queensland Government's plans to merge power distributors Ergon and Energex into a $24-billion new energy distributor by mid-2016 has had its first restructuring casualty. Ergon Energy and Energex will be merged as part of the Queensland... Read more
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express
Charities should take note from Age UK's bad news – those they help should ALWAYS benefit AGE UK should serve as a reminder to every charity that if they have a commer
Charities should take note from Age UK's bad news – those they help should ALWAYS benefit
express / Posted 30 minutes ago
AGE UK should serve as a reminder to every charity that if they have a commercial arm, then its prices must be ultra low and stand up to scrutiny. Five years... Read more
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express
Bankers should expect doughnuts Bankers should prepare themselves to get either no annual bonus or a small on
Bankers should expect doughnuts
express / Posted 30 minutes ago
Bankers should prepare themselves to get either no annual bonus or a small one, salary benchmarking website Emolument.com says. Christian Bale plays trader Michael Burry in The Big Short Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds... Read more
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express
Taxi! Now BBC fatcats waste £20,000 on cabs that weren’t needed when they arrived THE BBC wasted more than £20,000 on taxis that were not needed when they arri
Taxi! Now BBC fatcats waste £20,000 on cabs that weren’t needed when they arrived
express / Posted 30 minutes ago
THE BBC wasted more than £20,000 on taxis that were not needed when they arrived, figures reveal. The BBC wasted more than £20,000 on taxis that were not needed when... Read more
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Salon.com
My food paranoia wake-up call: The EWG wants us to be afraid of the food we feed our kids — here’s why I refuseWhen my doctor told me I’d be delivering my baby at 32 weeks, I looked at her l
My food paranoia wake-up call: The EWG wants us to be afraid of the food we feed our kids — here’s why I refuse
Salon.com / Posted 33 minutes ago
When my doctor told me I’d be delivering my baby at 32 weeks, I looked at her like she was crazy. Nothing was ready. Not the crib, not his room, and certainly not me. At the same time, I was also a little relieved. My pregnancy had been miserable,... Read more
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Western Advocate
Queensland's $24-billion energy merger claims first casaultyThe Queensland Government's plans to merge power distributors Ergon and Energex
Queensland's $24-billion energy merger claims first casaulty
Western Advocate / Posted 37 minutes ago
The Queensland Government's plans to merge power distributors Ergon and Energex into a $24-billion new energy distributor by mid-2016 has had its first restructuring casualty. Ergon Energy and Energex will be merged as part of the Queensland... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Queensland's $24-billion energy merger claims first casaultyThe Queensland Government's plans to merge power distributors Ergon and Energex
Queensland's $24-billion energy merger claims first casaulty
Kiama Independent / Posted 39 minutes ago
The Queensland Government's plans to merge power distributors Ergon and Energex into a $24-billion new energy distributor by mid-2016 has had its first restructuring casualty. Ergon Energy and Energex will be merged as part of the Queensland... Read more
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Manning River Times
Queensland's $24-billion energy merger claims first casaultyThe Queensland Government's plans to merge power distributors Ergon and Energex
Queensland's $24-billion energy merger claims first casaulty
Manning River Times / Posted 41 minutes ago
The Queensland Government's plans to merge power distributors Ergon and Energex into a $24-billion new energy distributor by mid-2016 has had its first restructuring casualty. Ergon Energy and Energex will be merged as part of the Queensland... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Queensland's $24-billion energy merger claims first casaultyThe Queensland Government's plans to merge power distributors Ergon and Energex
Queensland's $24-billion energy merger claims first casaulty
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 42 minutes ago
The Queensland Government's plans to merge power distributors Ergon and Energex into a $24-billion new energy distributor by mid-2016 has had its first restructuring casualty. Ergon Energy and Energex will be merged as part of the Queensland... Read more
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The Advocate
Maintenance at LSU severely lacking after years of budget cutsWhen it rains outside Middleton Library on LSU’s campus, it rains inside, too.
Maintenance at LSU severely lacking after years of budget cuts
The Advocate / Posted 42 minutes ago
When it rains outside Middleton Library on LSU’s campus, it rains inside, too. A group of employees with offices in the basement know to bring their rain boots in heavy storms because the water creeps downward, penetrating the walls, dripping... Read more
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Boston Globe
State watchdog warns price disparities driving health costs higherA state watchdog agency issued a stern warning Wednesday on the wide variation
State watchdog warns price disparities driving health costs higher
Boston Globe / Posted 44 minutes ago
A state watchdog agency issued a stern warning Wednesday on the wide variation in prices of medical services, saying the state must take action to curb disparities that are pushing health care costs even higher. Some Massachusetts hospitals and... Read more
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Northern Star
French supermarkets banned from wasting foodSUPERMARKETS in France have been banned from throwing away or spoiling unsold f
French supermarkets banned from wasting food
Northern Star / Posted 45 minutes ago
SUPERMARKETS in France have been banned from throwing away or spoiling unsold food by law. The stores are now required to donate unwanted food to charities and food banks. To stop foragers, some supermarkets have poured bleach over the discarded... Read more
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BruDirect.com
REIT Investment Outlook Good Despite Global PressuresNevertheless, with risk comes opportunity for business organisations, small and
REIT Investment Outlook Good Despite Global Pressures
BruDirect.com / Posted 46 minutes ago
Nevertheless, with risk comes opportunity for business organisations, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and individuals to explore investment options in the stock market and equities. The ‘Marketplace Fair @ Bursa’ (MKTPLC 2016) was a timely event... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
French supermarkets banned from wasting foodSUPERMARKETS in France have been banned from throwing away or spoiling unsold f
French supermarkets banned from wasting food
The Daily Mercury / Posted 47 minutes ago
SUPERMARKETS in France have been banned from throwing away or spoiling unsold food by law. The stores are now required to donate unwanted food to charities and food banks. To stop foragers, some supermarkets have poured bleach over the discarded... Read more
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asianage
Funds crunch may hit PM’s pet schemesIn what could be a major setback to the government’s plans of making the forthc
Funds crunch may hit PM’s pet schemes
asianage / Posted 51 minutes ago
In what could be a major setback to the government’s plans of making the forthcoming Union Budget social sector-centric, quite a few Central ministries are facing budgetary constraints which is seriously affecting the implementation of various... Read more
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asianage
Funds crunch may hit PM's pet schemesIn what could be a major setback to the government’s plans of making the forthc
Funds crunch may hit PM's pet schemes
asianage / Posted 51 minutes ago
In what could be a major setback to the government’s plans of making the forthcoming Union Budget social sector-centric, quite a few Central ministries are facing budgetary constraints which is seriously affecting the implementation of various... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Amcon Takes Over Aero, to Audit Airline's AccountsThe Asset Management Company of Nigeria has taken over the management and opera
Amcon Takes Over Aero, to Audit Airline's Accounts
AllAfrica.com / Posted 52 minutes ago
The Asset Management Company of Nigeria has taken over the management and operations Aero Contractors airline and has appointed a manager for the carrier. It also announced that it had hired a reputable firm to undertake a forensic audit of the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Bridging the Financing Gap and Optimal Tax RateIt starts with south bound crude oil prices. But it should have started much ea
Bridging the Financing Gap and Optimal Tax Rate
AllAfrica.com / Posted 52 minutes ago
It starts with south bound crude oil prices. But it should have started much earlier. Public authorities in Nigeria seem to have rediscovered the concept of taxation. But can the push discourage savings at some point and bring forward images of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
CBN Extends Bvn Registration for Nigerians AbroadThe Central Bank of Nigeria has extended the Bank Verification Number registrat
CBN Extends Bvn Registration for Nigerians Abroad
AllAfrica.com / Posted 52 minutes ago
The Central Bank of Nigeria has extended the Bank Verification Number registration exercise for Nigerians abroad from January 31 to June 30, 2016. The CBN, in a circular on Thursday, said the extension would allow Nigerian bank customers in the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nigerian Capital Market Lost N1.63 Trillion in JanuaryThe Nigerian stock market lost more than N1.63 trillion in January due to profi
Nigerian Capital Market Lost N1.63 Trillion in January
AllAfrica.com / Posted 52 minutes ago
The Nigerian stock market lost more than N1.63 trillion in January due to profit-taking and currency volatility, statistics from the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) showed on Thursday. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reported that the drop... Read more
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