ABC News - Western Australia
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Money was at the heart of a lot of the debate on the WA election hustings today, with barbs traded over hospital funding, the sale of Western Power and the spending of taxpayers' money in general.
Sky News
11 minutes
Any word from the police about how the hunt is going? No, they are very quiet. I would imagine they are putting a lot of work into figuring out where this convicted murderer has vanished.
CNN
11 minutes
"One word the police use a lot is 'troublemakers'."
ITV
19 minutes
The kids are in a much... They are very strong and they have a lot of Jo spirit in them. They are very strong and they have a lot of Jo's spirit in them. How hard is it for you.
Sky News
27 minutes
When - a lot of other people. When I look at that face, I see the absolute enormity of the problem that we are faced with. You have people about Donald Trump talking about a 30-day plan to defeat ISIS, and the rest of it, you have talk about ground troops and the rest of it, and it is one thing talking about going in to Iraq or Syria with military forces, and defeating people on the ground, whatever, what I worry about is ideology.
David Lebovitz
29 minutes
Épices Saveurs Although it may seem like your typical Arabic épicerie (food shop), of which there are many in Paris, Ive shopped a lot of them and found Épices Saveurs especially well-stocked. The place is as neat a pin and in addition to the usual line-up of harissas, nuts and dried fruits in bulk, olive oils, and spices, I always find curiosities on the...
The Iran Project
30 minutes
To illustrate his point, the Iranian analyst referred to the brilliant victory won by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), backed by Russian and Iranian military forces, in the Syrian city of Aleppo. Naturally enough, when two countries become strategic allies in the military field, this cooperation could be expanded into other spheres, he noted. Moghaddasi drew attention to the fact that many countries keep trying to drive a wedge between Tehran and Moscow. He stressed that a lot of petrodollars have already been spent by Arab monarchies to undermine the Russo-Iranian alliance. However, their attempts have proved futile, the Iranian analyst stressed. I think that Russia realizes that it plays a positive role in resolving Middle Eastern conflicts and continues to move forward, Moghaddasi said.
ITV
38 minutes
Paul Nuttall has had some problems. So needs to be strong on local issues and needs to listen to the public. They have to do something. There is a lot of waste in Stoke-on-Trent.
The Sun Daily
39 minutes
“We also make sure suppliers ­themselves are certified organic.” There are certain products that are procured locally, such as its organic brown rice and honey, which come from Sarawak. Chew believes there is a lot of room to grow in this sector in Malaysia. “In our business, it is all about awareness,” he says, adding that the company organises a lot of roadshows and product ­sampling to reach out to consumers. It also features recipes on how to cook some of these o­rganic products on its website. For more, visit the Country Farm ­Organics website (www.countryfarmorganics.com).
The Sun Daily - Education
an hour
I worked as a doctor, and not seeing patients or having patients under my care took a little adjusting to. Also, I needed to find a new routine for my spiritual life and social life which was quite challenging. Why did you decide to do the MA in Bioethics and Medical Law at St Mary's? It was a combination of factors really. I liked the fact that the course was run by the School of Education, Theology, and Leadership rather than a Medical or Law Faculty. The very warm and encouraging replies from Prof Trevor Stammers personally about enquiries on the programme also helped in my decision making. How was studying in the UK different? Was there a difference in teaching styles? It is hard to compare, as I had my undergraduate training in Ireland, and the styles were similar. However, the postgraduate and undergraduate styles of teaching were very different, and I was left to a lot of self-initiated reading for the Masters, which is something that I enjoyed.
The Economic Times
an hour
"We are in talks with ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, HDFC Bank and State Bank of India. They have agreed in principal," he said. The deal works on three-year equated monthly instalments from banks, who get return on investment through an estimated 30-40% savings in their power bills. "At this point, we do not have any estimate on the price manufacturers will offer, but we believe prices would reduce as we invite additional tenders," said Kumar. EESL has also tapped manufacturers Voltas, Blue Star, Godrej, Daikin, Whirlpool and Panasonic and expects to order the first lot -about two lakh ACs -in March.
The Economic Times
an hour
He said the kingdom is finally waking up to ideas he’s been promoting for years. “A lot has been invested, not in the tourism sites as we would like to see it, but the supporting infrastructure -- airports and roads and so on,” Prince Sultan said in an interview in Riyadh. He dismissed concerns that opening up the conservative kingdom to foreigners would cause trouble. “People would say the social environment isnt right,” he said. “I keep telling them: the social environment will follow. And that is what’s happening today.” Waiting for tourists Prince Sultan reels off a list of museums that are about to open and others he plans to commission. They will let Muslims learn about Islam in the place where it was born, he said. The religious dimension may help win backing from Saudi Arabia’s powerful clerics, who often oppose change. Investment in cultural heritage is underway too: The government has set aside 5 billion riyals ($1.
CNN
an hour
"One word the police use a lot is 'troublemakers'."
ITV
an hour
He gets £1 million in compensation of British taxpayer money. Now he turns out to be exactly the worst kind of terrorist that a lot of people feared he was to start with. Two arguments around Guantanamo bay. You can never justify torture.
ITV
an hour
But a gun is a gun. If a lot more people are carrying guns in Britain, why is the gun death rate remaining low? I am not painting a huge problem. When we talk about the gun crime problem, if you compare it with Baltimore, they probably get more shootings in a weekend. More people are murdered with guns every day in America than in an entire year here.
Sky News
an hour
What they're saying is don't just look for a child coming in covered in bruises suspecting there you go, that's a child of abuse, look beyond that. If you've got a child that is constantly playing up in school, perhaps you might have said before, that's just a pain, actually, there's something wrong with that child, is it a child of abuse? So they're asking people, they are putting in a new framework, and, in some ways, I can understand a lot of people will be saying this is going too far.
ITV
an hour
Tony Long joins us now. First of all, your reaction as a policeman on pie gate. Doughnuts. A cop thing. When the America where they have a huge gun culture and a lot of police shooting. --spend. It is a wild West mentality. The fact that police have guns encourages other people to have guns. Why do you want more policemen in this country to carry guns? People always talk about America but it is a totally different culture. Why don't we compare ourselves to Sweden, where all police officers carry firearms? They have a right to bear arms in America and they are passionate about that.
Sky News
an hour
This morning join us is Michelle Dewberry and Martin. There's not much in the papers today! That's a complete joke. Our lead story has made the front pages of a lot of the newspapers today, this terror suspect, British terror suspect released from Guantanamo Bay, given compensation by the government and then blows himself in Iraq.
Sky News
an hour
The ban on microbeads, and, also with if countries can levy charges on plastic bags. So there is a lot of emphasis on plastic out here, and the UN has endeavoured to carry on this whole campaign throughout the year, and try and see that the countries who have made these pledges will follow on. the two days of the summit is going to be.
The Bolton News
2 hours
Kodi has been in the news a lot recently due to the crackdown on the sale of pre-loaded TV set-top boxes containing premium content.
ITV
2 hours
So that pie moment has made a lot of people in Sutton quite rich this morning? Well, I hope so. Football agent Sky Andrew joins us now. I am so angry about this. Sorry to interrupt you.
Sky News
2 hours
TV, fridge, it does seem soft, doesn't it? The other thing that's interesting about the Netherlands is that they don't put in prison a lot of people for minor offences. They use tags a lot more than we do, they use fines a lot more, and there will be plenty of people saying hang on a minute, that isn't enough of a punishment. They should be locked up for a while. But 45 per cent of prisoners re-offend in this country, and you can't deny they're doing something right. It is an interesting topic.
The Economic Times
2 hours
After the recent changes in the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY), it seems that the interest in the scheme is picking up. Developers have started promoting their offerings in the affordable housing segment, which may sound tempting to those interested in government subsidy. Real estate has its own share of concerns, both for the end-consumer as well as an investor looking to lock in funds for a quick gain. From a delayed home possession to oversupply of units, there's a lot to tackle in such an illiquid and immovable asset class. PMAY may, however, still generate a positive response, especially if the builders live up to their promise in terms of construction quality and timely delivery. The infrastructure related to affordable housing is also something the government needs to address. Meanwhile, the subsidy in PMAY is in real rupee terms. Existing guidelines are aimed at the economically weaker section (EWS) and the lower income group (LIG) category, earning Rs 3 lakh and Rs 6 lakh per annum respectively.
SABC Digital News
2 hours
The discussion about the Budget speech invariably goes into the macro economic space and sometimes the personal or individual impact can be lost. We're asking, does our budget take into consideration that South Africa has more than fifty million population. As we look ahead to Budget 2017 Wednesday afternoon a lot is being said about the possibility of tax increases to prop up the country's expenditure. What does this mean for you personally. We're joined by Personal Tax specialist from Nedbank, Mohamed Nassuirio and Bernard Sacks, Tax specialist from Mezars. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news