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BBC Radio Scotland
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the most famous sportsmen on the planet and I think you'll be a long time before another golfer say was that rolls so yes I mean he's coming down from work so I'm a great height and then we are hopefully this this you know I might just be the end of it but term I'd like to see him play golf again I think anybody who did Sian play would love to see em come back in that one more run at it but it's becoming harder and harder to believe that's going to happen I'm fine thank you very much for your time this morning that we've been presenting from Gordy Gordy city farm in Edinburgh and Jillian with lots of users we have actually Gary yes only Edinburgh is such an interesting political please because there are 5 Westminster seats in a Corsa libras so Scottish seat Amazon Edinburgh so few and we heard from the candidates there a bit her at the bit.
The Guardian - Science
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It has taken 60 years for bacteria to become resistant to vancomycin; modified drug now works in three ways, making it harder for bugs to develop resistance An antibiotic has been modified to make it more potent against bacteria, in an advance which researchers hope will help fight the threat of antibiotic-resistant infections. The medicine, vancomycin, has been prescribed by doctors for 60 years and bacteria are only now becoming resistant to it. Continue reading...
BBC Radio Wales
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first wish I was rich in the west by midday but becoming dryer later BBC Radio Wales traffic and travel Jake and strong please thank you a corset Champions League week and you can expect some road closures for the final which is happening in Cardiff over the weekend that the event starts off with Cardiff Bay and they're very slow dove events down towards about self restrictions to be expected from the first right the way through to the 4th of June and I'll be more expensive expensive closures in the city centre on Saturday of course for the big final itself if you're heading out towards the city centre this morning busy for the inbound routes the bottom of the A40 going down towards the Eastern Avenue and in towards Cardiff that sell little bit healthier now for the 4232 as you head down towards Culverhouse Cross talking events if you're heading off Pencoed at 35 is a bit of a queue for both Bros east and west.
Mind Shift
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But because community colleges have low six-year graduation rates (39 percent according to a report by the American Association of Community Colleges), this means that few of those students will actually earn degrees. The problem is there's not a lot of expansion in higher education, Teranishi says. As a result, some students end up in subpar schools where they may never earn a degree. A lot of students are relegated to two-years or they're ending up in four-year institutions that are not doing a good job at helping students succeed and earn a degree, he says. They're being set up in a bad situation. Meanwhile, the nation's selective institutions — the Ivy Leagues and flagship public universities — are becoming even more selective, and remaining mostly white. According to the 2013 report Separate & Unequal from the Georgetown Center for Higher Education and the Workforce, since 1995, 80 percent of America's white college students have enrolled in the country's 468 most well-funded, selective four-year colleges and universities.
BBC Radio Scotland
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it brightens up steadily from the West and we should see diabetic conditions fitting a cross country and spells and sunshine the best of the sunshine will be towards Argyll and the south west Sunderland glass Carillion temperature here 16/17 Celsius in the east we could see 19 maybe even 20 Celsius and in the far north of Northern Ireland vs 3010 13° Westerly winds fish in today as well you'll notice that bees picking up becoming strong at times in crystal is it possible you can give us the best and I love actually happened to the evening the vein becomes confined to shut and then drive with driver night as well some clear Spotless Mind in celsius tomorrow I find a with Goods by the side send of including from Shetland 92 to 95fm 810 medium wave and on digital radio BBC.
BBC Radio Scotland
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Mind Shift
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And my response to her is that the same is true for about 80 percent of students who come into my group. Prather explains that engineering bacteria isn't quite like coding because many more variables are at play. One of the common mistakes that people make it to assume all water is just water. The water that comes out of the tap in Cambridge is different than the water that comes out of the tap in New York, she says. So there are very small things like that that can turn out to make a significant difference. But Prather — who remembers writing programs on a Commodore 64 computer as a 13-year-old — is nonetheless excited about the prospect of more people learning about genetic engineering through kits and classes: She says even if all this access does right now is get more people excited about becoming scientists, it's still really valuable.
ITV
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But the defining moment was the death of Princess Diana. A world away in America - the Hanson brothers were fast becoming an international sensation with this. 20 years on, now the trio has a new single - 'I Was Born' - This time, starring their children in the music video. Two decades have.
BBC Radio Wales
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are the top stories Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have faced questions during a televised discussion with just over a week to go into the general election and investigations concerning into the death of a zookeeper who was attacked by a tiger in Cambridgeshire the weather mostly cloudy at first for showers reaching the west by midday but becoming dryer later Jacobs from the BBC Radio Wales track of traffic and travel he has turned expected this remain quiet much this week we've got the Champions League final of course they're coming to Cardiff head towards the latter part of the week the M42 and around Cardiff it's going to be very busy Friday the 2nd Saturday the 3rd of June for the UEFA Champions League final if your car is not essential they're really the recommendation is travel very early to avoid congestion and allow plenty of time to hear an hour into Cardiff free busy for the bottom end of the A14 heading west in towards the city centre for Eastern Ave.
BBC Radio Ulster
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turns but did this programme last night reignite the election race you think yeah I don't think it was I don't think it was a game changer in any way at all I thought it would show that's where we are actually after I thought clothing did ok and Theresa May hate this could have been a bit of a disaster for her which would have reinforce the narrative now that she's on the back but she's you know not what we thought she was she's not consistent she's not drunk she's not stable that was becoming a bit of the going to press narrative and well as George's car and it says she kind of looks a bit nervous the same appeared to have gone on her off of her and she looked on the back but I thought she can a broadly held it together and why they probably won't change many people's Minds as I think it'll keep them.
The Sun Daily
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The Barton brother’s have found themselves in deep financial bother of late as their bills begin to stack up and their cab business struggles. After being rejected for a loan, Finn seriously begins to worry he can no longer see no way past their money problems. With the rent due and their situation becoming dire, the youngest Barton brother comes up with an extreme solution to his worries – he’s going to become an escort. Finn’s desperate need to earn some money becomes even ...
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Daily Mail - Australia
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Diana Jones is a New Zealand-based executive coach who specialises in leadership. She spoke to FEMAIL about how you can become a successful leader. Her tips include learning how to say no.
BBC News 24
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North Wales. We brought the sofa on tour. If you come down to the beach front to have a little word with us. Be aware, if you want to sit on the sofa, don't sit from here there to there, it's soaking wet! It is now becoming a glorious day here in North Wales. Let's.
BBC News 24
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Bangladesh has evacuated at least 350,000 people as a cyclone Scientists in the US say they've made a major advance in the fight against infections that are becoming resistant to antibiotics. Researchers have modified an existing medicine to create what they call a magical new version, which is about.
BBC News 24
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19, 20 degrees. And in the south-eastern corner, it's still quite warm, still fairly humid, getting to 21 or 22 degrees. But there will be some rain crossing northern England down into Wales. But it's becoming increasingly light and patchy as it makes its way south and eastwards. Then behind that, we see it brightening up quite nicely and it begins to turn a bit fresher, we can see that humidity dropping away a little bit
BBC News 24
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in the United States. They say they have made a major advance in the fight against infections that are becoming resistant to antibiotics. Researchers have modified an existing medicine to create what they call a "magical" new version, which is about a thousand times more powerful
Informed Comment
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Other officials in the Trump administration have displayed the same disregard for the fate of the world. For example, Scott Pruitt at the EPA spent years working on behalf of the energy industry to undermine the Obama administration’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. “Energy industry lobbyists drafted letters for him to send to the EPA, the Interior Department, the Office of Management and Budget and even President Obama,” The New York Times disclosed in December 2014. Since becoming the head of the EPA, Pruitt has also confirmed his denialist views. “I think that measuring with precision human activity on the climate is something very challenging to do and there’s tremendous disagreement about the degree of impact, so, no, I would not agree that it’s a primary contributor to the global warming that we see,” Pruitt said in an interview last March.
The Sun Daily
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The MP said he was personally excited about Proton' future because it would mean saving some 60,000 direct and indirect jobs plus some 200,000 other vendors, distributors and suppliers. Saving jobs had always been uppermost in the government's mind when injecting funds into Proton all these years and the sale of the Proton's stake should be seen strictly as a business decision and nothing else. "I support the view of Second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Johari Ghani who hopes that moving forward, there will be no further subsidy for Proton and that it will be able to stand on its own feet without asking for government help. "The government now cannot afford to continue to put good money into bad business. We have to cut bad business off," he said. Ahmad Fauzi pointed out that the automotive industry now was vastly different from 30 years ago when Proton came into being because since then, there had been an evolution in the industry with consolidation among the players becoming the name of the game.
ABC News - International
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TIME - Top Stories
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Overall, the rate of U.S. births rose 1% from the previous year. As fewer young women are having children, the data also shows that women are increasingly becoming mothers at older ages . The birth rate for women ages 30 to 34 rose 3% from 2013 to 2014, going from 98.0 to 100.8 births per 1,000 women, according to the report. For those ages 35 to 39, the birth rate also rose 3% in 2014, and it rose 2% for women aged 40 to 44. The last 15 years have seen a significant shift in the age at which women first give birth. The percent of first births to women 30 or older rose from 24% in 2000 to 30% in 2014, while first births to women under 20 dropped significantly from 23% in 2000 to 13% in 2014. The percent of births to unmarried women also fell in 2014, and teenagers made up just 14% of those unmarried birthsthe lowest number ever recorded. The report also found decreases in the number of C-sections and premature births. The overall death rate for children aged 1 to 19 did not change.