Herald Courier
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NEW YORK (AP) — Carmelo Anthony had a half-season of clues about what Phil Jackson thought of him, and now it was his turn to evaluate his boss.
Kent Online
9 minutes
A cancer surgeon has appeared in court accused of lying about performing dozens of complex operations to get an £84,000-a-year job.
Daily Mail - Home
11 minutes
Job site Glassdoor has pulled together a list of the 20 toughest interview questions candidates faced over the last year - and the companies where they were asked.
Dezeen
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ITV
24 minutes
The death of MP Jo Cox sent shockwaves around the world when she was killed doing her job in the constituency she served for just over a year. Jo's husband has vowed to continue the work his wife was so passionate about and will today team up with royalty to launch The Great Get Together, which is billed to be the biggest community event since the jubilee. We'll speak to Brendan Cox in just a moment. First, Keera Durkan Cox was a local girl and was doing the job she loved most, representing her local community until her life was cut brutally short when she was shot and killed outside her constituency surgery in broad daylight.
ITV
28 minutes
Is a pasty, technically, legally a pie? If it is not, are all those bets void and does he keep his job? Secondly, as somebody pointed out here, the BBC filmed the game. The bet was that he would be have prior warning? How far does the scandal run? I was literally halfway through talking about inappropriate social media contact between teachers and pupils.
Sky News
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As in England, downstairs, prisoners have to work. But no overcrowding means by law everyone's guaranteed a job. Staff say it helps rehabilitation and reduces tension. Do you think it makes them behave better, keeping them busy? Yes; yes. They're quieter. On average, a third of Dutch cells are now unused.
The Economic Times
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The government hasnt said when it will start issuing tourist visas. “The visa is the axis for the numbers that will come,” said Ahmad Al Fadhel, co-owner of another camp nearby. But he sees a chicken-and-egg problem with the government’s plans too: “Investors dont want to come because tourists havent come, and tourists dont want to come because the services havent come.” Turmoil in the Middle East has kept visitors away even from established destinations like Egypt. Saudi Arabia -- though more stable than many neighbors -- isnt immune. In 2007, four Frenchmen on their way back from Mada’in Saleh were killed by militants. Movie night That’s one reason local schoolteacher Ahmed Al Imam, who works part-time as a tour guide, doesnt plan to give up his day-job even if visa curbs are lifted and visitors pour in. “Imagine if I quit teaching,” he said, snapping his fingers, “and one night a crazy person did something wrong.
ITV
2 hours
If you feel that strongly, do not let the gambling company sponsor the game. Wayne was having a bit of a laugh and lost his job. Luis Suarez bit people's ears off and did not get fired. We see race storms. Joey Barton currently facing charges for making thousands of bets and he is still playing in the Premier league.
The Sun Daily
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ITV
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Job done. Theresa May says Brexit is Brexit, pushing forward with triggering Article 50. If Labour lose both, would Jeremy Corbyn be forced out? Is there a mechanism to remove him? I Is there a mechanism to remove him? But he has real sticking power.
Sky News
2 hours
As in England, downstairs, prisoners have to work. But no overcrowding means by law everyone is guaranteed a job. Staff say it helps rehabilitation and reduces tension. Do you think it makes them behave better, keeping them busy? Yes, yes. They're quieter.
Daily Star - Football
2 hours
MARK WOTTE is up for the challenge of turning Rangers back into a fighting force.
Sky News
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We saw her clothes as a supporting role in which we gave her the tools to do her job. She chose a Catherine Walker suit to open the lighthouse centre at the Terence Higgins trust in 1996. It was a working hard robe designed to draw attention to the causes she cared so much about.
China Daily
2 hours
A Frenchman, whose Chinese name is Ding Yimu, has worked as an assistant to the head of Hehong village in Ninghai county of Ningbo, Zhejiang province, for one year, and his main job is to promote tourism.
Lancashire Evening Post
2 hours
Around half of police officers in Lancashire have suffered health issues as a result of on the job stress
The Herald - Sport
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MARK Wotte feels like Scottish football's forgotten director of football. The 56-year-old Dutchman, who is currently performance director at the Moroccan Football Federation, has barely merited a whisper as Rangers search for a new supremo to oversee the footballing strategy of the club. But he knows more than most about the roles and responsibilities required to succeed in such a position and you can draw a line directly through him to most of the other contenders who have been quoted for the vacant director of football job at Ibrox, not to mention the man who is currently holding the fort as caretaker manager.
Lincolnshire Echo
3 hours
A former winner of the Grow with the Show competition has urged local start-ups to throw their name in the hat for this year's prize while they still can. Metheringham couple Aaron Walker and Sophie Bulgin were crowned winners of the annual competition last year with their business, Mantle. The firm, which opened in November 2015, modifies shipping containers into versatile spaces for both commercial and domestic use. READ MORE: 2,000 job plan lodged for hotel, shops and restaurants in St...
BBC News 24
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The final word is yours. That is fine. The council that Alexa leader can remove him. If they think he's a good job, he remains. -- Hello there.
South China Morning Post
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TheRealNews YouTube
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Heiner Flassbeck tells Paul Jay that neither a high tariffs wall or neo-liberal free-trade will provide jobs and higher wages - but there are policies that will Help support The Real News by making a donation today: http://therealnews.com/donate
Voice Of America
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Posted to UN in 2006 In 2006, Churkin took up his post as U.N. ambassador, presenting his credentials to then-Secretary General Kofi Annan. During more than a decade at U.N. headquarters in New York, diplomats said the Russian ambassador was widely respected by colleagues, even those whose governments had adversarial relationships with Moscow. His job grew more difficult during the past six years, as Moscow became more isolated due to its annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, and the Kremlin drew criticism from many quarters for its strong support of the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Churkin often clashed in the Security Council chamber with former U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power. At a heated meeting in December on the situation in the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo, Power called out Moscow for denying and obfuscating facts and aiding and abetting attacks on civilians.
BBC News 24
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Now, do you remember the advice that the then Conservative Minister - Norman Tebbit - gave to people looking for work in the 1980s? He told them that this father had "got on his bike" to look for a job. And they should do the same thing.
South China Morning Post
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