Sky News
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By area is the best way to get rescuers in here. More and more teams are getting in although it is painstakingly slow. The coming hours are vital if more people are to be brought out alive. Martin McGuinnness, one of Northern Ireland's most recognisable and pivotal politicians, is retiring. He was Sinn Fein's chief negotiator in the peace process and his career took him from IRA volunteer to Deputy First Minister.
NFL
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BBC One Northern Ireland
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It is a political project, not a military one. Mark Devenport is with me now. After speaking to Martin McGuinness this afternoon, did it seem like the end of his political career? He didn't use the word retirement but that is the way of felt. It felt that the end of an era. His close family was there, his wife, his son, one of his brothers to support him during this it was clear that what he still envisages ambassadorial role, he will not be in the front line politics and I would imagine those around him might be saying take some time to overcome this illness.
Herald Courier
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LONDON (AP) — In one dugout at Etihad Stadium on Saturday will be a manager enjoying a six-match winning streak with his second-place team. In the other, a manager reeling from the biggest loss of his career and down in...
Petrolicious
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2 Volume Set Marcello Gandini was born on August 26, 1938. Raised in Turin, the motor city of Italy, and born the son of a musician, composer, and conductor, perhaps it might have been expected that more than a modicum of creativity would run through his veins. While the designer is best associated with some of the most exotic Italian cars produced in the 1960's and 1970’s – the Lamborghini Miura and Countach, and the production Lancia Stratos when looking at Gandini’s career in retrospect, he has had a very deep and diverse client list including Alfa Romeo, BMW, Bugatti, Cizeta, Citroën, De Tomaso, Ferrari, Fiat, Iso Rivolta, Lamborghini, Lancia, Maserati, and Renault, as well as branching out into other areas including architecture, and even the body styling of the Heli-Sport CH-7 helicopter. Yet, despite a six-decade long career, and his impact on automotive design that is still felt today, no tome on the designer has ever been published until now.
BBC One Oxford
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Unlike most, he is not doing the round before a day at school. So how did a retired engineer get onto this unlikely career path? I used to walk around the village to pick up my paper in the morning anyway, and one morning I came into the paper shop and I think it was the lady in the shop who was saying that one of the boys wasn't available to take the papers out.
Daily Mail - India
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The Huffington Post
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Ever had a bad boss who seemed to fool everybody? I am sure you have. You know the type. They fire off indiscernible last-minute requests . Play favorites. And take sole credit for the team's efforts . But here is the most frustrating part -- they keep getting promoted. And that hurts. Yes, sometimes it seems like the most toxic people are the ones who get ahead the fastest. However, it is not because people do not see through them -- it is because there are cracks in the organization. And the effect of those cracks is measurable. A report from Gallup showed that one in two surveyed left their job to get away from a bad manager at some point in their career. When dysfunction reigns, toxic leaders thrive. And organizational dysfunction is the number one reason these ineffective bosses get promoted. I hear about these unhealthy scenarios all the time.
BBC One Northern Ireland
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The end of Martin McGuinness' career came suddenly today. Mervyn Jess looks back on a life that went from paramilitary to politician. He Stormont.
Daily Mail - India
43 minutes
A never-before-seen shoot from the beginnings of the reality queen's career has emerged - and the star looks almost unrecognisable compared the millionairess we know today.
BBC News 24
an hour
Good evening. The reigning champion Novak Djokovic is out of the Australian Open after being stunned by the wildcard from Uzbekistan, Denis Istomin. The Serb's five set defeat in the second round is his earliest exit from a grand slam event in nine years. Our Sports correspondent Joe Wilson reports on one of tennis's biggest upsets and also a mixed night for the British players in Melbourne. Denis Istomin, 12 years into his career, 4.
Financial Times
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STV
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At the end of the day you enjoy it, but you only enjoy it if you win, put a good performance in. That's the biggest thing. We want to give a good account of ourselves and yeah, enjoy it, but play well and you never know what can happen. Novak Djokovic denies completing his career grand slam last year has caused him to lose focus.
STV
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Derek Young is a former Partick player. He's now in the red and white of Formartine. After a career at the top level, his know how, and that of his teammate former Ross County and Motherwell midfielder Paul Lawson will be crucial.
STV
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Diving at the site of HMS Vanguard is strictly prohibited, but remarkable images of the MOD protected wreck have now been unveiled for the first time. It's always been one of those mystery sites at the bottom of the Scapa Flow and you just wondered about your entire career. The opportunity to tell her story after 100 years underwater is very important to me.
The Huffington Post
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I grabbed it from his office and went through much more of it than he ever did. I thought he was going to be mad that I stole his book. But he was actually super happy that I was doing it. This made me want to keep learning. Don't worry too much about which language you choose. The path to becoming a self-sufficient developer , who understands how to continuously learn new programming concepts and languages, is more important than the details of any particular programming language itself. Just pick a language and stick with it. We have an online course on HTML/CSS and Ruby if you want to start there. This question originally appeared on Quora. - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. You can follow Quora on Twitter , Facebook , and Google+ . More questions:​ Computer Programming : What are some common things people learning to program struggle with? Career Advice : What are some tips for a smooth and successful career transition? Artificial Intelligence : What are your thoughts on AI and it's ability to make decisions, especially if it came to a life or death situation? -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms.
The Huffington Post
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More often than not, our output, and our happiness, wanes when we isolate. And remember: living a networked life means committing to both in-person relationships as well as mindful, technology-assisted interactions. Beef up your soft skills. We most often use the term "soft skills" in relationship to emotional intelligence, or EQ. These skills are the social graces and interpersonal skills that are less easily defined or quantified than hard skills, but which often factor as key differentiators. Relationships, like career paths, don't fit into a perfect mold. They aren't always predictable and "safety" is largely an illusion. Risk abounds. Planning is for naught. And failure--to varying degrees--is imminent along the way. You can, however, redefine "success" and rewrite your own rules of engagement, but not just through ticking boxes and downloading apps.
OK!
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Kim Kardashian is known for her signature look [Getty] The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star began her showbiz career as a model, and friend of Paris Hilton. However, as she rose to the top of the social ladder, the social media queen’s image gradually changed into the image fans recognise today. Now, images from a photoshoot at the start of her career in 2007 have emerged, showing just how drastically Kim has changed over the past ten years. Dressed in a range ...
Variety
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Brett Ratner loves cinema. When speaking with the 47-year-old filmmaker, it’s abundantly clear that movies are unspooling through his veins, and if our discussions felt more like two movie buffs just enjoying great conversation, it’s because of his general enthusiasm for the medium. “It was always my dream to direct movies,” he says, rarely pausing... Read more »
The Sun Daily
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MELBOURNE: Novak Djokovic suffered arguably the biggest defeat of his career when he crashed out of the Australian Open to 117th-ranked Uzbek Denis Istomin on Thursday, extending his mystifying slump in form. With Istomin inspired, the defending champion sent down 72 unforced errors as he lost 7-6 (10/8), 5-7, 2-6, 7-6 (7/5), 6-4 in the second round to end his bid for a record seventh title at Melbourne Park. Later, Rafael Nadal beat Marcos Baghdatis and in the women's draw, Serena Williams ousted Lucie Safarova 6-3, 6-4. But third seed Agnieszka Radwanska was a major casualty when she lost 6-3, 6-2 to Croatian veteran Mirjana Lucic-Baroni. It is more than a decade since Djokovic made such an early exit from the Australian Open, and he hasn't lost in the second round of any Grand Slam since Wimbledon in 2008. Djokovic had only been defeated by a player outside the top 100 once in the past seven years, when he went down to 145-ranked Juan Martin del Potro at the Rio Olympics.
Voice Of America
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Nottingham Evening Post
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David Clarke insists winning the Continental Cup the most prestigious of a trophy laden career was not tarnished for him by being unable to play in the final.The Nottingham Panthers player/assistant coach has not played in the Elite League since November 12 and missed the history making win in Italy as the team became the first from Britain to land major European silverware.The 35-year-old has now won 14 major honours in 13 seasons in Nottingham and he says the latest was just as...
BBC Two England
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I need to cut them out. I'm going to keep dragging my career out for as long as I can. That's all you can do, isn't it? To be in the semifinal, not playing anywhere near your best and still have a chance, it can only get better. It's nice to know if your game comes back, but if I'm at that point where I'm delusional and it's not coming back, and keep getting two quarters in semis and keep getting beaten.
Goal
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