Daily Mail - Sport
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Simone Zaza's audition for a new permanent club appears to be going better in Spain than it did in England at West Ham as Valencia are keen on signing the forward.
ZDNet News
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Times of Israel
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Plans for pipeline through Cypriot waters would make life easier' to export gas from Leviathan field to Europe
ZDNet News
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Daily Express
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FRANCOIS Fillon, the Conservative French presidential candidate, said municipal police should be “routinely armed” and should be given greater powers to help tackle crime including terrorism.
Cotswold Journal
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PLANS to build 63 affordable homes in Quarry Bank have been given the go-ahead.
SABC Digital News
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Officials of the Department of Social Development and the South African Social Security Agency again had to face blows from Members of Parliament. While they were in the line of fire for a second day in a row, their boss, Social Development Minister, Bathabile Dlamini, again didn't show up to a committee meeting. In her apologies to the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, the minister said she was expected at a Cabinet meeting. This while the nation remains confused, about whether or not 17 million beneficiaries will receive grants on the first of April. SASSA also confirmed that it had withdrawn a statement of intent to the Constitutional Court, which appears to indicate that it plans to continue it's relationship with Cash Paymaster Services. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Sunderland Echo
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Daily Mail - Science
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Cotswold Journal
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NEW-look plans for a new football ground in Worcester can today be revealed – with a decision over bringing 'City back home' now due as soon as May.
Western Morning News
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Variety
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Here's a striking image of how the IKEA Exeter site is coming along, as the Swedish giant confirms when construction will begin in earnest.Exeter City Council planning officers fully approved the development using delegated powers in December, which also included plans for 220 new homes.Councillor's who sit on Exeter City Council's planning committee felt there was no aspect of the plans which concerned them - and so the major development was not decided in committee.Return to...
MacRumors
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According to TechCrunch 's sources, the company is pursuing work on a second version of Spectacles, but the lack of "meaningful revenue" from the first iteration may pause those plans. Market watchers are paying close attention to Snap today, as the company gets ready for the debut of its initial public offering on the U.S. stock market later in the afternoon . Tag: Snapchat Discuss this article in our forums
Washington Free Beacon
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The fast-food chain Wendy's plans to install self-order kiosks at 1,000 restaurants across the country in order to cut rising labor costs amid minimum wage hikes in several states. Wendy's franchises in the United States will have the kiosks installed by the end of the year, the Columbus Dispatch reported . They will replace some employees to save money but are also more popular with younger customers. The average restaurant will receive three kiosks at a cost of $15,000. Wendy's planned last year to install the kiosks at thousands of locations to combat higher labor costs resulting from minimum wage hikes in states like California and New York–both of which have minimum wage rates in double digits, Breitbart News reported . Wendy's franchises "will likely look at the opportunity to reduce overall staff, look at the opportunity to certainly reduce hours, and any other cost reduction opportunities, not just price," CEO Emil Brolick said in 2015.
Western Daily Press
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Taunton is set for a huge new green campus as part of plans to support the incoming rapid growth of the town. Proposals are being prepared for a new strategic employment site that would be built at Junction 25 of the M5, called the Nexus 25 development, and it is hoped the site will given the go-ahead in August. Labelled a green campus, the 25,000 sq metre site is part of plans by Taunton Deane Borough Council to support Taunton's growth up to 2028, which...
ABC News - Money
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Sky News
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They have confirmed that their plans for Bridgend include a reduction of nearly two-thirds of the workforce. Around 1,200 workers by 2020. Needless to say our members, who I met, they are extremely angry, frustrated. I want to make something clear. The company's attempt to undermine this workforce and blame them for not being competitive is absolutely disgraceful. This is a first-class workforce, great skills and, of course, have done great things for Ford over many, many years.
Politico
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The reviews were overwhelmingly positive. A CNN/ORC poll released Wednesday morning showed that 57 percent of Americans who watched the speech had a very positive reaction to it. Another 21 percent said their reaction was “somewhat positive,” meaning that more than three in four Americans gave Trump a thumbs up. The White House will try to keep up the momentum with Trump heading to Norfolk, Va., on Thursday to deliver remarks on the USS Gerald R. Ford, possibly to talk about boosting America’s military might — a centerpiece of his preliminary budget proposal released earlier this week. On Friday, he plans to visit a Catholic school in Orlando for a “listening session on school choice,” in a visit that will mark one of his first trips outside the bubble of his White House, Mar-a-Lago, or his comfortable rally format. Republicans on Wednesday morning were cautiously optimistic that Trump would follow through on the bold promises he laid out.
Derby Telegraph
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A Starbucks drive-thru, Aldi supermarket and a gym could by built in Burton.They would form part of a new retail park at the Albion Gateway development opposite Pirelli in Derby Road, Stretton. Plans have already been approved for 300 homes, industrial units, a hotel and pub but, despite extensive marketing, developer St Modwen developments has been unable to find operators for the hotel and pub.Now a planning application has been submitted for the Aldi supermarket to replace the hotel and a...
Derby Telegraph
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Twycross Zoo has confirmed its herd of Asian elephants will be found a new home. The tourist attraction, which is Derby's nearest zoo, says the decision to move the all-female herd will give them the opportunity to breed and help to ensure the long-term survival of the endangered species. The zoo, in Atherstone, is working in conjunction with European Endangered Species Breeding Programmes (EEP) to arrange the transfer. Its destination and the timescales will be announced as the plans...
Radar Online
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Lake also confirms Radar's report that she and Evans reconciled after she filed divorce papers. He wasn't stable…But I was still in love with him, so there was something romantic about it, she explains. I wanted to save him. She says she last saw him just three days before he took his own life. In his last text to her, he allegedly wrote, Good night, I love you angel. Lake plans to scatter his ashes on their favorite beach in Spain. (The couple got engaged in Ibiza in 2011.) I think he's at peace now, but I still feel him around me, she claims. We had a truly unconditional love. We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.
Voice Of America
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Two tracks The U.N. also outlined a response along two tracks: reducing cholera and aiding victims. It aims to trim the number of annual cases from the current 30,000 to fewer than 10,000 by the end of 2018. It also plans to ensure that all Haitians have access to clean drinking water and to toilets by 2030. Only a quarter of the population now has access to toilets, the letter said. Vibrio cholerae bacteria spread through food and water contaminated by an infected person’s feces, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The infectious disease is most prevalent in places with poor sanitation and health systems. Reparations considered Relatives of 5,000 Haitian cholera victims initially sought legal redress in 2011 from the United Nations, whose Office of Legal Affairs said their claims were “not receivable,” The New York Times reported last August in a story on the U.