Al Jazeera
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SABC Digital News
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The City of Cape Town's public spaces will morph into new dimensions as they fill with visual and performance art, dance, music, video and more from an extraordinary group of local and international artists next month. That's as the public art festival Infecting the City takes over the Mother City from the 5th to the 8th of April 2017. To tell us more about this year's four-day creative arts takeover we are joined by Infecting the City festival artists Moeketsi Koena and Gaby Saranouffi from Madagascar . For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
The Sun Daily
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"The major economies will be confronted with shrinking workforce and diminishing productivity gains while they are recovering from the 2008-2009 financial crisis that left them with high debt, weak demand and doubts about globalisation. "During the next five years, the global economy will continue to struggle to resume growth as the world's major economies slowly recover from the 2008-2009 crisis and work through a sharp increase in public-sector debt," he said. Ahmad Zahid said the third global trend was climate change environment and health issues that demanded attention. "A range of global hazards pose imminent and longer-term threats that will require collective action to address even as cooperation becomes harder," he said. — Bernama
BBC News 24
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the public have come to the scene of Wednesday's attack to pay their respects to the four people who lost their lives. Also to remember the many who were injured, and those who remain in hospital. Alexandra joins us from Westminster
Daily Mail - Australia
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Residents of a Perth street are living in fear of squatters and junkies living in heavily vandalised public housing units that have been left to rot for months.
BBC News 24
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And when you have a huge concourse it becomes an area where you can have shops and entertainment spots. For Google, more people online is more people to sell to. India's railway is the country's backbone. Its public Wi-Fi is poised to be at least as far reaching. This is the Andumen Irdu Primary School in Calcutta
KyivPost
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Sky News
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the public holding the hands of people who had been badly injured. People do that on a day-to-day basis. To hear about people being mugged, and someone intervenes, and we do need to acknowledge those people, because fundamentally people are good, and there.
The Economic Times
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But Radhika never shared these details with me despite being my nominee. I feel deeply betrayed,“ says Aggarwal, presenting his side of the story. Both the cases have brought into focus the difficulty of running a business as a couple. While these two cases made news because the ventures were unicorns (startups valued at over $1billion), there have been other not-so-public falling outs. Bengaluru-based divorce advocate Revathy Rohira, who handles around 200 cases a year, says that in the past three to four years, she has seen a 30% rise in cases where couple-preneurs have decided to part ways. Investors say they are wary of all relatives, and not just couples. Mohan Kumar, executive director at Norwest Venture Partners, points out that any family problem will affect the company . “When relationships result in nepotism, it is a concern and we point it out.
The Sun Daily
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Leicester Mercury
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If you've had a good old spring clean, you've probably got a pile of belongings you no longer want.So, what do you do with them? Well, if they're in a decent condition, you may well be able to sell them at a car boot sale.There's plenty happening in Leicestershire, so why not fill up the car, pop down to one and see how you get on?Here's 5 car boot sales you could try:Quorn Car Boot Sale, Granite Way, MountsorrelSundays and Bank Holiday Mondays. Stalls arrive from 6.30am, open to public...
The Guardian - Books
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BBC News 24
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the papers you have chosen. Observer, a setback for the President. Wanting to get his health-care policy through and didn't get it through. The subtitle to this headline should be, "Things are quite public hated, Mr Trump". There is a saying that you campaigned and Govan
Derby Telegraph
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Proposed changes to the constituencies of Derby North and South, have been likened to merely re-arranging the deck chairs on the Titanic and were made as part of a public hearing and consultation held by the Boundary Commission for England last October.The initial comments on the far-reaching proposals, which would include Chaddesden, Spondon and Oakwood being moved in to Derby South and the number of constituencies in Derbyshire reduced from 11 to ten, have been published and a...
Nottingham Evening Post
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The cost of a travelling around on public transport is changing as of Sunday.Nottingham City Transport announced earlier this month that it was revising its fare structure due to increased operating costs.Some ticket prices are being frozen or even reduced, but many are being increased for the first time in a number of years.Trent Barton is also altering its fares, while the cost of travelling on the Robin Hood Network will also be changing.Read more: Reaction as changes to bus fares...
BBC News 24
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at Westminster, there's an increased police presence, some of these police officers have been here overnight and they said members of the public have even been coming through the night and laying flowers and they've also been very encouraged the public support. Indeed just a few moments ago a taxi driver rolled down the window.
BBC News 24
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than a decade ago. Since Wednesday, 11 people have been arrested. All have now been released except for a 58-year-old man from Birmingham. Detained under the Terrorism Act, he can be held without charge for 14 days. Members of the public have come to the scene of Wednesday's attack.
TIME - Global Spin
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In the first leadership change since Hong Kongs massive pro-democracy protests in late 2014, a 1,194-strong election committee comprising largely, but not completely, of business interests and pro-China elites did not return the contender most popular with the public as the territorys next leader. With 777 votes, Carrie Lam will be sworn in as Hong Kongs fourth Chief Executive on July 1, the 20th anniversary of the territorys handover from British sovereignty to China under a unique arrangement known as one country, two systems. Lam was the territorys No. 2 official under embattled incumbent Leung Chun-ying until she resigned in January to run for this position. She campaigned mainly on her much-touted strength as a capable longtime public administrator, having worked in the Hong Kong government ever since she graduated from college in 1980.
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
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A young adult has tested positive to measles in Brisbane and health authorities are concerned there could be more cases. Public Health Physician Dr Penny Hutchinson says the patient was infectious from March 6 to 11. Symptoms usually start around 10 days after infection, meaning there could be further cases up until this Wednesday. Anyone who develops measles-like symptoms within the next four to five days should contact their GP for advice, Dr Hutchinson said in a statement. It is very important to call the medical practice first to say you could have measles, so that staff can take ...
Sky News
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for Ukip and a financial blow because as an MP he was entitled to money from public purse. They will not get that money any more and that is a financial loss. The last set of.
Informed Comment
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South China Morning Post
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BBC News 24
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man from Birmingham. Detained under the Terrorism Act, he can be held without charge for 14 days. Members of the public have come to the scene of Wednesday's attack to pay their respects to the four people who lost their lives. Also to remember the many who were injured and those who remain in hospital
Global Research
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One year to the day after the Brussels terrorist attacks, a terrorist drove a car into Westminster parliament buildings killing four people and wounding several others. The British public are in shock. Westminster is considered to be a monument to ...