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Gsellman staggered through a five-run first, handing the Braves an easy win.
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Less than a day after it was revealed that Jeff Goldblum would be joining the Jurassic World sequel , the actor known to most as Dr. Ian Malcolm proved why he's still a crowd favorite when he fed hungry Sydney residents with a personalized hot dog truck. Goldblum spent the day handing out free hot dogs from a food truck aptly named Chef Goldblum's Jazzy Snags, much to the delight of local fans. When asked by Australia's The Daily Telegraph as to why he serving up the snacks in Sydney, Goldblum mysteriously stayed mum. I was doing the Thor movie on the Gold Coast some time ago but now Im doing a project that I have to be secretive about but there is some thematic tie-in to this, he said. Im doing a little research for some work that Im going to do in my chosen profession. I like food, Im very interested in food, but youll have to wait.
The Economic Times
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“It is in Bharti’s interest not to allow Indusvalue to drop below a point,” said the person quoted above. Bharti Infratel planned to sell and consolidate Indus, making it an all-India play, but its condition of 13-15% premium to the stock trading price for handing over management control proved too expensive. The management also developed cold feet after stock corrected 16% on announcement of the deal. Another deal hanging fire is the Rs 11,000-crore Reliance Communicationstelecom tower sale to the infrastructure arm of Brookfield. With RCom’s merger with Aircel having just received shareholder approval, the tower transaction may soon follow. CHANGE OF SCENE Aggressive growth projections were made on the back of Jio’s expansion plans and a corresponding increase in telecom towers by its peers, and transactions saw large PE interest. But now most rollouts are on hold.
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has protection might be needed. This is Sky News Tonight. Coming up: Surrey Police has been criticised by a watchdog for handing back a shotgun to an eventual murderer
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That had been returned to John Lowe by Surrey Police. Lowe, seen here at the police station, was jailed for life. Today the Independent Police Complaints Commission said that Surrey Police had made a series of errors in handing the gun back to him. But there were lessons for all police forces. We found systematic failings for the local force and also we feel.
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Today the Independent Police Complaints Commission said that Surrey Police had made a series of errors in handing the gun back to him. But there were lessons for all police forces. We found systematic failings for the local force and also we feel there are lessons to be learned nationally for police forces to ensure that their firearms licensing teams are up to the job. It was in March 2013 that John Lowe had his shotguns seized.
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was jailed for life. Today the Independent Police Complaints Commission said that Surrey Police had made a series of errors in handing the gun back to him. But there were lessons for all police forces. We found systematic failings for the local force and also we feel there are lessons to be learned nationally for police forces to ensure that their firearms licensing teams are up to the job
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two members of the police firearms team did not have a good enough job. They carried out standard lines of enquiry, missed some information, did not follow the process correctly. They did not do the right paperwork, the right research before handing.
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was jailed for life. Today the Independent Police Complaints Commission said that Surrey Police had made a series of errors in handing the gun back to him. But there were lessons for all police forces. We found systematic failings for the local force and also we feel there are lessons to be learned nationally for police forces to ensure that their firearms licensing teams are up to the job
Liverpool Echo
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Jess Anderson found the "wad of cash" in a cash machine but didnt think twice about handing it in
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had been returned to John Lowe by Surrey Police. John Lowe, seen here at the police station, was jailed for life. Today be Independent Police Complaints Commission said that Surrey Police had made a series of errors in handing the gun back to him. But there were lessons.
The Sun Daily
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KANGAR: Stern action will be taken against those who continue to operate rundown school buses or vans that fail to meet the standards set by the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD). Its chairman,Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar said they will no longer compromise with such operators because they could endanger the lives of schoolchildren. He said school bus and van operators must pass the Puspakom inspection if they want to continue to operate. He refused to state the kind of action SPAD will take against operators who refuse to comply with the regulations. "We have compromised and have given operators who continue to use buses or vans that are still operable a lot of leeway although they are more than ten years old. "The most important issue is that all bus and van operators must apply for permits. If they refuse or do not have a permit, action will be taken against them," Syed Hamid said at the handing over ceremony of 27 new MyBas and also a service and maintenance contract.
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"Parents also need to keep an eye on their children. Steps need to be taken now to overcome this problem, so it does not become a thorn in the flesh and cause more problems in the future," he said. Khalid said this to reporters after witnessing the handing over of duties by retiring Pahang police chief Datuk Seri Sharifuddin Ab Ghani, to Datuk Rosli Ab Rahman at the Pahang police contingent headquarters ( IPK), here, today. He said that so far, 35 individuals, including students were nabbed over their involvement with Gang 24 in Selangor. Khalid also did not rule out the possibility there were adults behind the involvement of students in gangs. Students are also under the mistaken perception that being triad members gives them a certain amount of power. "These students are trying to highlight their identity and they glorify senior friends who have been arrested.
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KUANTAN: The police have completed the investigation into a crude palm oil investment fraud which led 248 people to incur losses of over RM31 million. Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said police had identified two more suspects, and the arrests and seizures were expected to be made in the near future. "We have captured the main suspect and two others are being sought. More or less, we have identified who is involved. To me, this case has been solved," he said during a press conference here today. Khalid had earlier witnessed the handing over of duties of the Pahang police chief's post from Datuk Seri Sharifuddin Ab Ghani, who retired, to Datuk Rosli Ab Rahman at the Pahang police headquarters here, today. He also advised people who wished to join investment schemes to study them first before putting their money in. On April 20, Bukit Aman's Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID) director Datuk Acryl Sani Abdullah confirmed the arrest of the main suspect in the investment scheme fraud at a restaurant in Penang.
Mashable
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After news spread he'll be in the Jurassic World sequel (yay!), Jeff Goldblum hit the streets of Sydney, Australia to celebrate...well we assume so, anyway. He was found casually handing out free sausages to people from a food truck on Wednesday afternoon, which just so happens to be called "Chef Goldblum's." SEE ALSO: Come for the 'Thor: Ragnarok' trailer, stay for Jeff Goldblum Not, we're not making this up. A post shared by Martin Feld Retail Collection (@martinfeldretail) on Apr 25, 2017 at 9:17pm PDT And unsurprisingly, there were plenty of people who wanted to catch a glimpse of Dr Ian Malcolm/Mr. Goldblum, as his truck made its way from Wynyard Station to Circular Quay. Read more... More about Chef Goldblum , Watercooler , Sausage , Food Truck , and Australia
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Collective Evolution
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It was never about Trump versus Clinton, just like it's not about Macron versus. Le Pen. This is the type of mindset that keeps us in the system, forcing us to go in circles and further perpetuating the warship authority mentality. We can't simply blame authority for not handing us ideal presidential candidates, because the system is designed to serve authority and the elite, not the people. However, in some way, all of these candidates are a reflection of us, whether you like the candidates or not. The same can be said for the U.S. presidential election. America got the President it deserved, because when you act like slaves searching for a single leader to follow, you get a master like Trump in return. This can be applied to many countries that follow this democratic system, including France. It wants us to polarize our beliefs and choose one opposing side of the spectrum, and then help the side we choose destroy the other side.
Plymouth Herald
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The Range retail empire has a new man at the top but founder Chris Dawson is not stepping away from the business. The Plymouth-based chain has brought in former House of Fraser boss Nigel Oddy as its first chief executive. The Range's founder and owner Chris Dawson will continue as executive chairman and is insisting he is not handing over the reins of his company, but will work closely with Mr Oddy. Looking for a new job in Plymouth? Check out our Fish4jobs site and...
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KUALA LUMPUR: The government aims to attract the support of urbanites with the development of more affordable housing in the Federal Territories. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak said the government will continue to focus on cost of living, housing and public transportation to take care of the people's welfare. "If we can provide these for the people, I am confident a big portion of people in the Federal Territories will give us a big success. "All these are the contributions of all the elected representatives for the welfare of the people," he said in his speech during a handing-over of keys ceremony at Residensi Pandanmas today. Najib said the project focuses on the B40 and M40 groups to enable them to buy a housing unit. "It is definitely worth the price as the value given is below the market price, which would easily be RM500,000 to RM700,000.