Nottingham Evening Post
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We've got Notts County covered in our latest Magpies podcast 'Two for Joy'. Our Notts man Leigh Curtis has his say on all of the major talking points at Meadow Lane, from new signing Terry Hawkridge to Elliott Hewitt and Haydn Hollis both signing new deals with the club and the possibility of another new player arriving on Friday. Leigh also talks in depth about Magpies owner Alan Hardy's desire to tap into Nottingham Forest's trove of young talent, following the success of Jorge...
BBC Radio London
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Ashford Herald
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Four men who allegedly raped a teenage girl in flat above a takeaway in Ramsgate will soon learn their fate as the jury has begun deliberations on their cases. Restaurant owner Tamin Rahani, 37, of Northwood Road, Ramsgate, Shershah Muslimyar, 20, of Hovenden Close, Canterbury, Rafiullah Hamidy, 24, of no fixed abode, and a teenager who cannot be named for legal reasons, all deny three charges of rape. As reported over the course of the four-week trial at Canterbury Crown Court, workers at...
Proactive Investors USA
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BBC Radio London
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KyivPost
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“Also, in my understanding and experience, banks don't provide mortgages here (at least not at affordable rates), so you generally need to pay the full price in cash,” Gracia said. American independent filmmaker Chad Gracia at work tutoring filmmaking in America House in Kyiv on April 18. (Courtesy of 86festival/Facebook) Halyna Teryayeva, the owner of Terezy (Sales) real estate agency in Kyiv, told the Kyiv Post that due to the economic crisis in Ukraine, a land plot in Kyiv Oblast could be a very profitable purchase for a foreigner. And the only documents a person need to become a landowner in Ukraine, apart from a passport, is a Ukrainian tax code, which can be easily obtained from State Fiscal Service of Ukraine. “The price is really affordable. The client purchases the land plot, but for that price, he can even get an old nice house that can be renovated.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Notts County chairman Alan Hardy has admitted he would like to sign Nottingham Forest's Jorge Grant, and says he would like to strengthen relations with the Reds in his latest Post column. As you will probably have seen, Jorge Grant is a player we admire greatly at Notts County. He was a huge favourite last season not just because of his performances, his goals and assists, but the way he conducted himself around the club. He was a credit to Nottingham Forest because he is one of those...
Bleacher Report
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Shelly Sterling, the wife of former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, wants the NBA to end the lifetime ban given to her husband after his racist comments were caught on tape, which led the league to force the sale of the Clippers organization. On Thursday, James Rainey of NBC News passed along comments from Shelly Sterling with the two-year anniversary of the sale set to arrive next week on May 29. "I couldn't understand the severity of the ban. It just seemed a little bit out of line," she said. "I have talked to [the NBA] several times and I don't know what they will do. Maybe they will and maybe they won't [lift the ban]. Maybe it takes a little bit more time." This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available. Get the best sports content from the web and social in the new B/R app . Get the app and get the game.
The Iran Project
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“The number of our guests has considerably increased as Soran area has shared borders with Iran, said Ahmed Ghafar, a motel owner in Soran. Abdulwahid Shahryar, a holidaymaker from Iran, was happy with the decision to issue longer visas. “Indeed 15 days was short, because when we used to come to the Kurdistan Region we could not visit some cities and areas of our preference,” he said. According to officials in the border areas, before the decision was made, there were just 16 buses entering the Region on a daily basis. The number has now doubled. The slow but steady return of holidaymakers to the Kurdistan Region has nearly sextupled incomes from tourism in the first quarter of this year compared to the same period in 2016. According to the Kurdish Ministry of Tourism, the number of travelers visiting the Region has increased by around 60 percent since last year.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Notts County owner Alan Hardy says he would love to buy Nottingham Forest's Jorge Grant, but is unsure of Mark Warburton's plans for the playmaker. The Magpies chairman is willing to fund a move for the in-demand midfielder, who scored six goals in 17 games for the Magpies after arriving on loan from the City Ground in January. Forest have the option of extending Grant's contract by another 12 months, but have been so impressed by his performances they have put a three-year...
Nottingham Evening Post
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Notts County chairman Alan Hardy has admitted he would like to sign Nottingham Forest's Jorge Grant, and says he would like to strengthen relations with the Reds in his latest Post column. As you will probably have seen, Jorge Grant is a player we admire greatly at Notts County. He was a huge favourite last season not just because of his performances, his goals and assists, but the way he conducted himself around the club. He was a credit to Nottingham Forest because he is one of those...
BBC News 24
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Ars Technica
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Anthony Kyriazis @ Flickr Lotus is one of the most storied names in the automotive world. Since 1952, the company has been applying founder Colin Chapman's maxim "simplify, then add lightness" to the car; along the way it has built spectacularly successful racing cars and sublime road cars. Tet despite those four-wheeled creations, times haven't been easy for the company. Following Chapman's untimely death in 1982, it has changed ownership several times—most recently in 1996 to Malaysia's Proton—each with the promise of renewed investment which often failed to materialize. That's why the announcement on Wednesday that the Lotus is being bought by China's Geely should be greeted as such good news. Geely is buying 49.9 percent of Proton from DRB-Hicom. And as part of the deal, Geely also gets 51 percent of Lotus. As stated, this isn't the first time Lotus has had a new corporate owner; at one time it was owned by General Motors, at another the same businessman who revived Bugatti Cars in the 1990s.
KyivPost
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The funds were confiscated by the Kramatorsk City Court on March 28. The court concluded a plea bargain with Arkady Kashkin, the nominal owner of a firm linked to Kurchenko. Kashkin’s lawyer Kostyantyn Sheiko told the Kyiv Post he would not comment on the ruling and refused to send a copy of the decision. Critics have dismissed the confiscation hearings as a political show trial. Both the investigation and the trial were conducted in secret and in just two weeks. The Prosecutor General’s Office has claimed that the ruling was classified, while the Kramatorsk City Court said that on May 19 it had sent the ruling for publication in the official register to the state firm responsible for it, IT Judicial Systems. However, the ruling could not be found in the register as of May 25. Vitaly Tytych, a lawyer for killed EuroMaidan protestersfamilies, and other lawyers argue that the refusal to publish the ruling is illegal and is an effort to hide some shady dealings with Yanukovych associates.
BBC Radio Wales
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Hackaday
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It was one of the players, but it never achieved the cultural significance of the Atari or the Japanese machines that came after it. Instead you have heard of the ColecoVision here and now in 2017 because it has a band of enthusiasts who have kept it alive. A brand is nothing without its community of loyal fans, we here at Hackaday know this very well because it is you, our readers, who keep us going. Your online fans are the footsoldiers of your brand; they give you free marketing to a huge value, just because they like you. Why on earth mess with that? For a brand owner to pursue the community who have kept it alive during decades of dormancy in this manner can hardly be described as an astute move, indeed we would have to wonder whether somewhere a Coleco executive has just said Hold my beer, or Hey you guys, watch this!, before picking up a shotgun and reserving his place in the foot gunshot ward of his local hospital.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Notts County owner Alan Hardy says he would love to buy Nottingham Forest's Jorge Grant, but is unsure of Mark Warburton's plans for the playmaker. The Magpies chairman is willing to fund a move for the in-demand midfielder, who scored six goals in 23 games for the Magpies after arriving on loan from the City Ground in January. Forest have the option of extending Grant's contract by another 12 months, but have been so impressed by his performances they have put a three-year...
Autocar
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Geely, the owner of Volvo, will take control of Lotus Geely has bought a 51% majority stake in Lotus - can it provide the energy it gave to Volvo to the British sports car firm? Things might not happen fast. It took half a decade for Geely’s influence on Volvo to become evident to the public after the Chinese company bought the Swedish car maker in 2010. But when the new XC90 landed in 2015, it became evident that Volvo and Geely were a pairing disinclined to mess about. The XC90 will be the oldest model in Volvo’s range in just two years’ time. With advanced platform sharing and streamlined powertrain design, Volvo is going places, and fast. The mood is light, its executives are happy and energised, and Volvo is a modest company, performing well. Last year it sold more cars than ever before despite having an unfinished range, and the likelihood is that, by the end of the decade, it will sell 800,000 cars a year.
Auto Express
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Outstanding customer service, from purchase to ownership, is the priority of the Renault Pro+ network of commercial vehicle centres 2017-05-24 16:00 If there's one thing that can make or break the van ownership experience, it can be the customer service you get from your manufacturer of choice. But if you run a Renault van, the firm is ready to give you service that will hopefully exceed your expectations, courtesy of the Pro+ chain of specialist van centres. Whether you're in the market for a new van, a fleet manager looking for tailor-made business solutions, or a small business owner thinking about cutting costs by switching to an electric van (EV), then Renault Pro+ will be able to help. We spoke to Simon Wheeler, National Manager of Renault Pro+ to get the inside line on what the experts will be able to deliver for van customers across the country.
euronews
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Lincolnshire Echo
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Western Morning News
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A warning has been issued after a cold caller claiming to be from the police is asking people to pay for advertising space in a fake publication. Devon and Cornwall Alert sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police, which said: "We have been informed of a man cold calling stating he is from Devon and Cornwall crime prevention and that he was putting a publication together and asked the business owner whether he would like an advert in the publication at a cost of between...
Western Morning News
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A warning has been issued after a cold caller claiming to be from the police is asking people to pay for advertising space in a fake publication. Devon and Cornwall Alert sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police, which said: "We have been informed of a man cold calling stating he is from Devon and Cornwall crime prevention and that he was putting a publication together and asked the business owner whether he would like an advert in the publication at a cost of between...
The Northern Echo - Sport
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HARTLEPOOL United have approached Barrow for permission to speak to manager Paul Cox. Pools have been without a boss since Dave Jones was sacked on April 23. Matthew Bates took charge for two games as Pools were relegated to the National League and now the club has turned to Cox, who has plenty of experience in the National League to revive their flagging fortunes. He got Mansfield promoted back into the Football League in 2013 and last season led Barrow to seventh spot. Barrow's American-based owner Paul Casson said: We're always happy for Paul to speak to anybody – I find it very flattering that people want to talk to our manager.“If anybody requests permission to speak to anybody, we will always give it. This is not North Korea.“We sincerely hope that Paul decides to continue as manager of Barrow AFC.” Cox has two years remaining on his contract and Pools would have to pay compensation for his services