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Here are a few of the amazing things you get with BT Broadband. You'll get a welcome discount of over 25%. You'll get a super-reliable wi-fi connection for all your devices. And when you're out and about, you'll get free access to over five million wi-fi hotspots. It's £29.99 a month for unlimited broadband, including line rental, on a 12-month contract. Unlimited BT Broadband, with a welcome discount of over 25%
Kent Online
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A 16-month-old child has been taken to hospital after reportedly falling from a flat window.
Politico
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Even though he won a favorable outcome in court , Balistreri remained saddled with debts four years later. Enter the National Rifle Association. Stories like Balistreri’s have motivated some gun owners to purchase insurance policies that could cushion their financial burden in the event that they shoot someone. Such policies have been available for years, but last month the NRA announced a new insurance product, Carry Guard, which they marketed to their millions of members online and at their annual meeting in Atlanta. The idea of firearms liability insurance has been previously championed by gun safety advocates on the left, who envisioned insurance as an instrument of public safety that could encourage safer guns and safer behavior. As implemented by the NRA, though, firearms liability insurance has a different function—to insulate gun owners from the expense and other possible consequences of a shooting.
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more than she had at the moment, what was the point? What was it all for? It gives her a mandate to move forward. It is quite convenient. It does, but a month ago the Conservative Party was convinced it was good to have a majority of maybe.
Daily Mail - Australia
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Mollie Syrigos from Melbourne fell pregnant in 2016 and gave birth to her now 13-month-old son, Theodore. Her partner Oscar Wilks was only 15 when he became a father.
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In today’s business world, a strong company culture is no longer a “nice to have.” It’s a business imperative. In fact, according to Deloitte’s 2016 Global Human Capital Trends survey , 82% of respondents said they believe culture is a potential competitive advantage. Few factors contribute more to business success than culture—the system of values, beliefs, and behaviors that shape how real work gets done within an organization.” Deloitte states. “Culture brings together the implicit and explicit reward systems that define how an organization works in practice, no matter what an organizational chart, business strategy, or corporate mission statement may say. As a result, showcasing company culture has become a useful marketing tactic, with brands often using social mediaespecially Instagram—to get the word out. With more than 700 million people using Instagram every month , Instagram can be an incredible tool for building brand awareness and affinity, and showing (not telling) your followers what you’re all about.
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The rhino has now recovered and is living at a sanctuary in Malaysia. The Sumatran rhino is one of the most endangered species on earth. There are fewer than 100 of them left and if we're going to save them from extinction every single last one counts. Thanks to everyone who sent us their pictures this month using the hashtag travel Tuesday. Here are some of my favourites
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about their adventures. Travel packing for your next trip? This kickstarter project has a solution. The unique travel set packs seven pieces of women's clothing down into a single lightweight bag with 30 different combinations. The project hit its funding target earlier this month with a rollout.
South China Morning Post
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Imagine being told you are not allowed to wash your hair, have a cold drink, or leave the house for a month. This is not some bizarre form of house arrest; millions of Chinese women follow these restrictions each year as they observe the traditional Chinese practice of postnatal confinement known as zuo yue zi (cho yuet in Cantonese) or sitting the month. Rooted in traditional Chinese medicinal beliefs, to sit the month is to follow a prescribed set of lifestyle and dietary...
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MALACCA: The Malacca Islamic Religious Department (JAIM) will conduct daily operations during the month of Ramadan to prevent Muslims in the state from eating, drinking and smoking in public during daytime. JAIM enforcement division operations unit chief Noraminuddin Aziz said five or six JAIM officers would carry out the monitoring in rotation on premises suspected of being 'hotbeds' for Muslims who did not fast. According to him, those caught would be given a summons notice and they would then have to go to the JAIM office to facilitate investigations under Section 49 of the Syariah Offences Enactment of Malacca 1991 for the offence of selling and eating food during Ramadan. "In addition, Muslims found eating, drinking and smoking in public places can also be prosecuted under Section 49 of the same enactment with a maximum fine of RM1,000 or imprisonment up to six months, or both.
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them I think we will win. It's also the pro 12 final with Dublin taking on month staff. -- Munster. England's cricketers take on South Africa in the second one-day international this morning in Hampshire. England can win the three-day series today and bowler Liam Plunkett says.
Daily Express
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RAMADAN is the holiest month of the Islamic calendar and a period of fasting for any of the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims. Here is everything you need to know about Ramadan 2017 dates, fasting and more.
Cotswold Journal
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FINISHING touches are being put in place for next month's Bewdley Carnival.
Nottingham Evening Post
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A teenager ended up in court for over-reacting after initially trying to end bother between two groups in a Nottingham night club. Andreas Callery, 18, was put in a headlock but managed to free himself before putting another club goer into a headlock, said Daniel Pietryka, prosecuting. He admitted threatening behaviour in the Pryzm club on Lower Parliament Street on May 10. He was given a six-month conditional discharge and must pay a £20 government surcharge.Read more:...
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At least 18 people, mostly civilians, were killed Saturday when a suicide car bomber targeted a convoy of provincial security forces in eastern Afghanistan, an Interior Ministry official said. Najib Danish, the ministry’s deputy spokesman, said the target of the bomber was a group of guards providing security for U.S. forces in Khost province, but most of the victims in the attack were civilians. No group immediately claimed responsibility, but Taliban insurgents have increased their attacks against Afghan security forces since announcing their spring offensive last month. The security forces were attacked near the province’s main bus station, Danish said. “Six other civilians including two small children were wounded in the attack,” he said. The attack, which took place on a road between a bus station and the provincial football stadium, damaged or destroyed about a dozen shops and several vehicles.
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The only question is whether or not you have the emotional and intellectual integrity to face this reality. We can also know that Assad is neither stupid nor insane. If you havent seen the interview he gave last month, check out the above video in which he tells his side of the story in perfect English. This is not the slobbering madman we’re asked to believe launched a sarin gas attack on his own civilians for no reason at the most inopportune time possible. Nor is he the strategic brute who gasses children to keep his citizenry fearing that there’s no limit to the savagery he’ll inflict upon them as in the narrative being promulgated by corporate media , since he tells them that he’d ever do such a thing in the interview. It is possible that he is corrupt, it is possible that he has been needlessly oppressive in some ways; there’s no way to know in the current environment.
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This week on Dezeen, we revealed leaked images of a skyscraper that David Adjaye has designed for New York , and brought you the latest from the city's month-long design festivities . Read more