BBC Radio Wales
19 minutes
why the Conservatives why not I can't remember they do a good job you got the words in the moment and I can probably tell you but it's some universe in terms of supply can be a moment the guarantees that the NFU NFU w asking for the given by the Secretary of State in terms of this financial round and then it's for the next Parliament whichever party form said governorate negotiate with Brussels and get the strongest most open and accessible to the European market possible and then of course that will have an impact on the UK framework of Agriculture you can't guarantee that the 680 million pounds of Wales has been receiving up until now will still be coming to Wales so how will the money be divided if you're talking about the pharisee friend how will it work will it become from Westminster will it I locate a certain amount to to Wales Supercross riddles slightly different areas because we couldn't guarantee that money even if we stayed with the EU.
BBC Radio Wales
23 minutes
text scrap tales from the Severn Bridge as well as provide more powers to the assembly in Cardiff Bay following brexit will Craig Williams is from the Welsh Conservatives and join just now good morning morning Rachel and distilled from the start of a single issue election that issue being brexit and lots of promises in the manifesto about how Wales will look post brexit how can you make those promises when the negotiations haven't even begun yet so I forgive you if you look at the chance that was made on me done this clearly is the significant issue of the General Election brexit and how it impacts Wales in the United Kingdom and we will charge what would happen to things like structural funds will we have responded with the plant the prosperity fund to the United Kingdom and that seeking to replace that structural funds and replace them in the sense that looking how it worked over the past decade had a significant amount of money that's coming to Wales.
BBC World News
42 minutes
BBC Radio Wales
43 minutes
who brings in osteopath Bridgend and all good areas of importance of bringing in the different Communities doesn't it doesn't matter I'm afraid I can't raise the people and of the area for working so hard in raising I'm a huge amount of money and raising awareness of the event and it has brought Communities Together and there's a big talk now about the remaining to carry on fundraising for the other charity events following this one and is there any specific speaking about the mice this year but is there anything special that we can look forward to this plenty to do on the mice of course because there's a map of the stage with a different bands performing and there are lots of fans going to be there's going to be a big band tsunami playing on Saturday Big Gig.
Sky News
an hour
a tiny amount, something like 5% of all domestic abuse cases reach the system. What will it achieve? This is part of a package we're announcing today that will bring together all the different initiatives we've put.
Sky News
an hour
I was interested to see that yesterday, Max Hill of counter-terrorism, said we do not need any additional legislation. So I wouldn't rush to clone clued there is insufficient in place, I am pleased to hear it is the right amount. But.
SABC Digital News
2 hours
This week is Child Protection Week and throughout the week we'll be looking at various aspects of the life of a child in South Africa. Media Monitoring Africa says the six percent of children's news coverage in our media is disproportionate to the amount of children's issues facing society. Today, they will announce the winner of their, Iso Elihle - Children's journalist Awards and they want to use these to support newsrooms with story ideas for this genre. Ayabulela Poro is the head of the Children's progamme at Media Monitoring Africa and he's in charge of the Award process, he's here with the winner, South African journalist Louise Ferreira. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
accommodation what's happened in row numbers of people affected by and show you where us to go out and find your own accommodation and fend for yourself if you like I certainly put my hotels through through the Internet booking sites but the hotels in city centres around the world they're not cheap British Airways set up a limited £200 and the most people you both there going to be here that's an every night so yeah it that the costs are incredible and I thought I saw those reports as well about Sarah about her some hotels charging extortionate amount I did see some very very high voices on the Internet but I think that sound to stop supplying the so many people suddenly looking for a.
France 24
2 hours
"I looked down and I thought 'I'll be buggered there's a shark in me boat'. "I was losing a fair amount of blood, I was stunned, I couldn't register what happened and then I thought 'oh my God, I've got to get out of here'." He managed to grab his radio and called local marine rescue volunteers, who plucked him from the boat and took him ashore where he was treated for skin torn off his arm. They returned to retrieve his boat and the body of the unwanted passenger, which a local department of primary industries official said was a great white. Selwood said he had been fishing for close to 60 years, but had never had been through anything like that. "I've had 'em come up and brush the side of my boat, I've had a white pointer swim around my boat, I've had 'em take fish off my line, but I've never had one do this," he told the broadcaster.
South China Morning Post
3 hours
The Hong Kong government is pulling out all the stops for the 20th anniversary of the citys handover celebrations. But theres no denying its going to cost a fortune. About HK$640 million will be forked out for the event, thats roughly nine times the amount spent on the 10th anniversary. The money will be pumped into organising, hosting and policing the festivities. As a result, the government has put together an extensive lineup of events that are worth checking out...
The Economic Times
4 hours
Shares of RCom have fallen 20% in the past two weeks after CARE and ICRA downgraded ratings of the telecom operator's bonds due to the pressure the telco faces in Indian telecom market and its debt obligation. Rating agencies, however, do not have access to the information on SMA loans which banks share among themselves and the Reserve Bank of India. CARE in its report said the downgrade was the result of Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Jio's impact on operational risk profile of RCom. Knowledge of an actual default could prompt any agency to take a sterner view of the rating. Responding to ET's query about RCom defaulting on loan servicing with several banks, a company spokesperson said: "Post signing of binding documents for the Aircel and Brookfield transactions, RCom has formally advised all its lenders that it will be making repayment of an aggregate amount of Rs 25,000 crore from the proceeds of these two transactions, on or before Sept 30, 2017.
BBC News 24
7 hours
your distribution model would kill French cinema. Do you think it will? We are investing a huge amount in French cinema and local retirement and it is effective because we are bringing those stories from France to the world in a way that finds a bigger audience and.
The Washington Times - Golf
8 hours
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Jordan Spieth normally doesn't concern himself with the cut line in the middle of a round. Unless the Dallas native is in danger of staying home on consecutive weekends in what amount to his hometown events. Spieth recovered from a bad start by going 5 ...
The Iran Project
8 hours
The question is more important than that. The aim is to remove the financial needs of the big governmental organizations”. [14] 2) Jizyah and kharaj: “The jiziyah, which was imposed on ahlul-Dhimmah, and the kharaj, which is levied on large agricultural lands, make an extraordinary revenue. The imposition of such taxes denotes that a governor and a government are inevitable. It is the responsibility of the ruler and the governor to decide the amount of the per capita taxes to be paid by ahlul-Dhimmah in proportion to their financial ability, or to impose taxes on their agriculture and cattle in a fair basis...Furthermore, there is the kharaj of the vast lands which are malullah, that is, they belong to the Islamic state and are exploited by it. The project requires orderly organizations, accountings, management, careful planning, away from chaos and disorder”.
Sky News
9 hours
Services being axed and contracted out to India. It shows you can move all this stuff out and say they better money at the time but when it looks like 150 million on one hand and the amount you save on the other, this is surely more expensive. On Saturday they broke the story.
BBC News 24
9 hours
The reason we are back is because these movies make a huge amount of money. We have some of the old cast, some new faces. But generally the same old story. Yes, there is a curse, a quest, some goings-on. Here is a clip
OK!
10 hours
The new 10-part series is based on Margaret Atwood's 1985 dystopian novel and has already aired in the US on streaming service Hulu – to a glowing review. Set in a "horrifying" future where women have had their rights taken away and are forced to live as breeding concubines. The drama made its debut on Channel 4 tonight and stars the likes of Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss and Shakespeare In Love's Joseph Fiennes. With Gilmore ...
ITV
10 hours
tax - what if they leave? They will still be doing business in Britain, and the whole idea is that you are taxed on the business you do in Britain. If you sell a vast amount of coffee in Britain, we ask you to pay the tax in Britain for the coffee you sold, rather than pay in.
Sky News
10 hours
I also have a certain amount of sympathy for security services. Some of the reports are saying there are 23,000 jihad ease in this country, 3000 of them are considered to be a risk, so the problem is a huge problem and it is probably worth thinking about that and coming up with other ways as.
The Economic Times
12 hours
Shares of RCom have fallen 20% in the past two weeks after CARE and ICRA downgraded ratings of the telecom operator's bonds due to the pressure the telco faces in Indian telecom market and its debt obligation. Rating agencies, however, do not have access to the information on SMA loans which banks share among themselves and the Reserve Bank of India. CARE in its report said the downgrade was the result of Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Jio's impact on operational risk profile of RCom. Knowledge of an actual default could prompt any agency to take a sterner view of the rating. Responding to ET's query about RCom defaulting on loan servicing with several banks, a company spokesperson said: "Post signing of binding documents for the Aircel and Brookfield transactions, RCom has formally advised all its lenders that it will be making repayment of an aggregate amount of Rs 25,000 crore from the proceeds of these two transactions, on or before Sept 30, 2017.
Futurism
18 hours
38, depression by 0.3, and pain by 0.33. While this is not a huge margin, it is as effective as anti-depressant drugs or exercise, which means that doctors have another tool in their arsenal, and can recommend an alternative treatment for those who cannot exercise and/or do not want to take drugs. Increasing grey matter and combating aging: a study in Frontiers of Psychology shows that meditation can increase the volume of grey matter in the brain significantly. Florian Kurth, a University of California Postdoctoral Scholar in Neurology, one of the authors of the study, said , We expected rather small and distinct effects [...] what we actually observed was a widespread effect of meditation that encompassed regions throughout the entire brain. This was enforced by Sara Lazar , a neuroscientist at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, who found that in this one region of the prefrontal cortex, 50-year-old meditators had the same amount of grey matter as 25-year-olds.
The Event Chronicle
18 hours
By Jonathan Carty I recently watched the movie The Matrix again hoping that the new knowledge I’ve learned from whistle-blowers and others would make these concepts and disclosures more obvious. There are definitely things in there that someone may or may not have already figured out but I’d like to add my flavor to the mix just because. I wanted to start by breaking down the names of the characters, because I believe there is a big load of information in them. Neo The main character Neo’s name has a large amount of information in it. The wordneomeans new. If we switch the letters around you will get ‘one’ and ‘eon’. The premise of the show is that we are entering a new age which is the correct definition of ‘eon’ per David Wilcock’s research. We then have ‘one’ which if we put all three together reads as such: ‘One New Age’ or the ‘New Age of The One’.
BBC Two Northern Ireland
18 hours
We didn't expect a huge amount from the two games last week. They were competitive up until half-time and then that bit more quality. The efficiency of those better teams when they go forward, and the opportunities they take and the right options they take, and we consistently.
Voice Of America
18 hours
" It may be difficult to operate in some OBOR nations, Cornell's Casanova said, but they will still attract investment because they need a "huge" amount of infrastructure. New opportunities Some foreign companies tell researchers the business climate in China is deteriorating, and they are rethinking investments, which might affect new projects like OBOR. A survey by AMCHAM (the American Chamber of Commerce in China) finds some firms slowing investment in China or moving some operations to other nations. Members complain that "inconsistent" enforcement of regulations puts foreign companies at a disadvantage while slowing economic growth is hampering opportunity. But major U.S. firms - GE, Honeywell, and Caterpillar - already do a lot of business in China and see opportunities in the new silk road/OBOR projects. Caterpillar's revenues have been boosted by improving sales in China, and the firm says it has been "deeply involved" in the new silk road initiative which it sees as a "long-term opportunity.