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Daily Express - Cars
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ABC News - Western Australia
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Autocar
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Driver is treated to a cockpit laced with a techno vibe You can buy some brilliant cars for half of what they would cost when new. Take your pick from open-top luxury sports tourers, family hatches, coupés, big estates, roadsters and compact SUVs The idea behind half-price heroes is simple. Someone else buys a brand-new car and soaks up the unenviable hit of depreciation. After a few years, when the new car buyer decides to replace his or her motor and it returns to the dealer’s forecourt, you swoop in to pick up the bargain of a lifetime. Yes, it is possible to buy a three or four-year-old car at often less than half the original retail price. Choose carefully and you’ll really hit the sweet spot in the car’s life cycle: you’ll get the modern engine, design, safety kit and in-car technology in addition to the performance and all-round ability you’d demand from a brand-new car.
The Sun Daily
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Cnet
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This new laptop doesn't pack the best specs, but instead aims to offer the best performance for its form factor.
CNET Reviews
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BBC Radio Ulster
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yeah it's really will play Donegal in the Ulster semi-final on the 18th of June and some concern over the fitness of Donegal the captain Michael Murphy who left out of a club game yesterday with a knee injury after crying on Saturday Jonathan Rea got back to winning ways at the world Superbike Championship victory in the second race at Donington Park yesterday extends his lead in the series 255 price better for you see what happened yesterday I love our control like that lives at Tring last year we had a technical we had the bounce back with the Raceway it's so sweet that was the first lap I knew what I meant the Kawasaki so I get the number 101 so very proud moment for me and I was active in Formula 1 Ferrari Sebastian Vettel won the Monaco Grand Prix to move 25 points clear over Lewis Hamilton in the Drivers Championship pedals Ferrari team.
BBC Radio Ulster
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gold price in her she's been a privilege to attend this person I am really looking forward to speaking to the fact that the cabin air and order and ends at 20 instead there to go from 103 and largest it less than 10 in the world it be quite interesting to see his balls how that happened before me was it Tuesday important that we preserve all these cultural identity that we haven't headed cabbage when we looking forward to hear and talk to me one of the biggest use as currency has already mentioned of course is that the mass of Protestant depopulation of the border counties in the south of the border in the early years of the last century is that something you think that has left a scar in the area.
BBC Radio Wales
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Talbot Steelworks and as part of the deal they actually set up three British Airways engineering bases in Wales which contains a lot of the computer systems and services so we still don't know exactly what may have caused in an industry reliability and loyalty matters so much this must be a disaster this is none mitigated disaster and that is also questions about the the man that actually running it Mr cruise because he does not appear to have the substantive Aviation Experience running a top and A-line he's running a couple of them cut price of budget Airlines and that's about it and she really is not customer facing as they say because always had from him is to recorded the.
ITV
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Woot
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Another well-referenced moment in hip hop. Michael Jackson - Thriller Mr. Vincent Price takes this one to the next level. What more is there to day? Michael knew when to take center stage but he also clearly knew when to delegate. Ozzy Osborne - Crazy Train Less famous than the guitar part, the Crazy Train laugh is still a nice little moment starting off a rock classic. Plus it's fun to replicate with friends. Try it, you'll enjoy it! Can you think of a famous laugh not covered above? Post it in the comments! Also let us just remind you: some images come from the corresponding Wikipedia page and are here under fair use. See you next week.
Bournemouth Daily Echo - Sport
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ThinkGeek
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Each one is officially licensed by Lucasfilm and crafted by only the finest plush-clone engineers Kamino has to offer. They are huggable and throwable and small enough to hide in a backpack or on your desk. Price: $41.99
Informed Comment
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They and their successors would see to that. The United States would be the land of wealth and power in a previously unimaginable fashion. It would be the land that made everything that went bang in the night and in that (and perhaps that alone) their dreams would be fulfilled. To this day, Hollywood and its action films dominate planetary screens, while American arms merchants have a near monopoly on selling the world their dangerous toys. As our new president recently put it, their energies and those of the U.S. government should remain focused on getting countries across the globe to engage in the purchase of lots of beautiful military equipment. Indeed. As for the rest of their dream of geopolitical dominance, it began to come a cropper remarkably quickly. As it turned out, the military that American presidents regularly hailed in these years as the greatest force for human liberation the world has ever known or the finest fighting force in the history of the world couldnt even win wars against lightly armed insurgents or deal with enemies employing roadside bombs that could be built off the Internet for the price of a pizza .
The Economic Times
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The Sun Daily - Business
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KUALA LUMPUR: Alam Maritim Resources Bhd foresees another year of losses after a net loss of RM142.87 million in 2016, given the lacklustre oil market. “I dont think it (the turnaround) will happen this year. I do not think it will happen that fast,” group managing director Datuk Azmi Ahmad said when asked about its financial performance outlook. Alluding to the current low crude oil prices, Azmi said it is not possible for Alam Maritim to replicate its performance in FY12 to FY13 when its net profit increased from RM55.71 million to RM74.50 million. “Even when we talk to Petronas and the rest, we are looking at probably two to three years for the recovery but again we cannot expect the oil price to go up to US$120 to US$130 per barrel. It will probably stay between US$60 and US$70 per barrel,” Azmi said at a media briefing after the group’s AGM here on Friday.
The Sun Daily
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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Airlines (MAS), which is on track to be profitable in 2018, said its first quarter performance was impacted by higher fuel prices and adverse foreign exchange. However, it noted that passenger load factor remained robust for the first quarter of 2017 despite competitor fares dropping significantly. The passengers carried increased 12.9% year-on-year (yoy) to 3.57 million for Q117, with a load factor of 79.4% versus 68.9% for Q116. However, the load factor was lower than the 80.9% in Q416. Yields were lower due to intense competition and a price war. “Malaysia Airlines continues to see strong bookings with a 45% improvement in forward bookings for the next six months (from June to November 2017) compared to the same period 2016,” said group CEO Peter Bellew in a statement last Friday. Looking ahead, the group is expecting the ongoing price war in Malaysia to suppress average fares for the remainder of 2017.
Autocar
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Herald Courier
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A look at what's happening all around the majors Monday:
Daily Mail - Home
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A bank report from Lloyds out today suggests the ‘Waitrose effect’ is as potent as ever, with house prices near one of its stores attracting an average premium of £36,480.
Autocar
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Chinese makers have a healthy 45% share of the vast home market today, albeit focused on the lower end of the price scale. Even so, in a country so vast, that’s enough to generate the profits needed to invest in R&D and consider the global expansion that has long eluded its car makers despite a number of launches in the US and Europe. The impact of these policies for established global brands is double-edged. There’s an opportunity to sell vast numbers of EVs in China, but the country’s rules on joint ventures mean any success is tempered by the threat of the profits generated and the expertise gained by a Chinese partner in the process. This could in turn give the country’s car makers an opportunity to develop better EVs, be it with a longer range or for lower prices, for a global market. How seriously this threat is being taken is highlighted by Toyota and Honda’s announcement that they will, after all, make pure-electric cars.
OK!
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Samia Longchambon's character, Maria Connor, sparked up a romance with Aidan Connor last year on Coronation Street, despite him being in a relationship with her close pal Eva Price. After Maria's hell at the hands of evil Caz, who tried to frame her for murder, Aidan and Eva were there every step of the way. Aidan, played by Shayne Ward, began secretly seeing Maria, and the pair were even going to get together before she was sent to prison after her scam marriage was ...
Daily Mail - Markets
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G4S bungled its recruitment of security guards for the 2012 Games, forcing the Army to step in at the last minute.