Bournemouth Daily Echo
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If you’re still sticking to your New Year's resolution of exercising more, or if you’re already a fitness fanatic, you might want to sign up to one of the many running events taking place in Dorset this year.
Bournemouth Daily Echo
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Bournemouth Daily Echo
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Bournemouth Daily Echo
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Bournemouth Daily Echo
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THE world’s largest inflatable obstacle course, including a five-storey high slide, is coming to Dorset this summer.
Bournemouth Daily Echo
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Digital Trends
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Daily Star - Football
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Daily Star - Football
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Daily Star - Football
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The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: The government's call for highly-affordable 4G smartphones - priced as low as Rs 2,000 - has rung a bell with at least two domestic manufacturers, though experience with these phones may be patchy as components used for camera, processors and battery may not be cutting-edge. Karbonn and Intex, two homegrown manufacturers, have said that they are "in a position" to meet the low-price criteria - spelled out recently by NITI Aayog - but "it depends on variables" such as size of the order and the government's advocacy to push the products. NITI Aayog spoke about the aggressive price point in a recent meeting with local manufacturers that included Karbonn, Lava, Intex and Micromax. "We will be in a position to come out with a prototype of the low-budget product in a month's time. But the government needs to clarify some key issues, including the support it will lend to the project," said Pardeep Jain, MD of Karbonn Mobiles.
BBC News 24
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I guess I sort of felt she may have laid out the agenda as the first shots in a lawn and what looks as though it will be a very hard and detailed negotiation. The Prime Minister set out her stall a guess in response to critics who said there was very little detail.
China Daily
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The Northern Echo - Sport
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RAFAEL BENITEZ has told Mike Ashleydont try to fix something that isnt broken’ after suggestions Newcastle United’s owner is ready to take a more hands-on role at St JamesPark again.
BBC News 24
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She has laid out to 12 point agenda and it is the beginning of the negotiation. I thought it was notable for the detail. But also because of the hard position. We will see how it pans out.
Sputnik International
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Global News
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The authorities owe an explanation for why they failed to find the plane, said the relative of one passenger.
BBC News 24
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Good morning. Good morning! It is very cold and very early! But you look like you have the best possible gear on to withstand that challenge. Tell me what you think of what Theresa May had to say. Is it a good plan, or are we on a Rex at cliff edge? -- Brexit.
TheRealNews YouTube
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On Reality Asserts Itself, Nina Turner, leading Bernie Sanders surrogate during the primary, tells host Paul Jay that when she moved her support from Clinton to Sanders, she was accused of betraying the party that she should be grateful for - and she answered: "I'm not on the plantation anymore" Help support The Real News by making a donation today: http://therealnews.com/donate
The Huffington Post
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South China Morning Post
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The Economic Times
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The old ways are back. Cash appears to be back in currency as its increasing availability has prompted people to use it to make small buys.
BBC News 24
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The market reaction told another story with the value of the pound rocketing after Theresa May said she would allow Parliament to have a say on any final deal, so investors showing some scepticism that a hard Brexit will get the go ahead of politicians. Let's get the view of Sir Martin Sorrell, chief executive of the world's largest advertising company, WPP.
Financial Times
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Popular platforms can wither just as quickly as they bloom