The Guardian - Network Front
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With climate sceptics moving into the White House, the Guardian is spending 24 hours focusing on climate change – and what we can all do to help save the planet Our partner, Univision News, is hosting a parallel event in Spanish today. Follow it here 12.31pm GMT Of course, science is a vital part of our understanding of climate change, and down at the bottom of the earth, the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) are conducting a range of experiments and observations to keep tabs on any changes in conditions. The BAS collaborated with us to get exclusive video back from the Antarctic, and my colleague Irene Baqué put together this short package to show what’s going on. 12.24pm GMT While flood defences are often criticised and the government is regularly accused of failing to account sufficiently for how much climate change is making it worse, the UK’s Thames barrier has been a real, unsung success story. Built in eight years, its six gates have never failed to protect London. Continue reading...
Nottingham Evening Post
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Bristol City forward Jamie Paterson admits it's disappointing to see the state that Nottingham Forest are as he prepares to face the Reds this weekend.The former Reds forward left the City Ground in August, and scored just his second goal for the Robins in their FA Cup third round replay win at Fleetwood Town in midweek, and immediately turned his attentions to Saturday's six-pointer.Paterson, who spent three years on Trentside netted the winning goal in the game between the two sides at Ashton...
Bristol Post
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New research suggests the wider Bristol region is set to benefit from an influx of science and engineering jobs in the wake of the decision to build the Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant with EDF predicting more than 50,000 new jobs in the sector locally within six years.But the firm warns that encouraging girls into science is critical to filling a future skills gap and boosting the benefit of growth to the UK.A new study, Jobs of the Future, reveals that science, research,...
Techradar
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This is a comprehensive London Tube app, with a journey planner, live departure boards and more. On the Watch, London Tube Tracker shows details for stations you've picked as favourites on the iPhone, down to what trains will be arriving when. Meanwhile, on the Glances screen it'll tell you how long it is until your next or last train home and how long that journey should take. The cool live Tube map, showing trains shuffling round London is restricted to the iPhone version, sadly. Still, the route planning and line statuses on the Watch are useful. What are the tasks you really want to achieve? Pick six from the hundreds of icons on the iPhone and they'll appear in the Watch app or the Streaks complication on the Watch face. So whether you want to read more, practise a musical instrument or walk the dog, there are icons you can invoke and reminders it can offer.
Daily Mail - Home
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Autocar
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UK drivers could face pollution fines in Paris if they fail to display an anti-pollution sticker in their car's windscreen British drivers heading into Paris could be fined for not displaying an anti-pollution sticker as the French capital launches a new scheme to improve air quality. British drivers heading to Paris on or after 1 April will have to order a sticker online and put it in their car’s windscreen. Any car caught without a relevant sticker will face a €6859) fine. CalledCritAir", the stickers are separated into six categories ranging from zero emissions vehicles to diesel-powered cars, vans and trucks. A spokesman for the AA said: ‘All British drivers heading to Paris will have to make sure they have the CritAir sticker arranged before heading over the Channel. There are no exceptions, so it’s another item to add to your pre-travel checks.
BBC News 24
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Research published in the journal, science advances, says that humans are largely to blame. Over to the BBC Sports Centre now for the latest headlines. Here's Hugh. There's been a huge shock at the Australian Open this morning. Six-times champion and world number two Novak Djokovic has been knocked out in the second round by the unseeded Denis Istomin from Uzbekistan.
Salisbury Journel
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BBC News 24
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Cloud further north keeping temperatures up at six or seven Celsius. Maybe a bit of drizzle. Clear skies further south. A chilly start to the day once again in the south but tomorrow more sunshine through the Midlands, parts of Wales, northern Scotland also. In between a fair bit of cloud but little rain.
ABC News - International
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South China Morning Post
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Happy Journey has hardly been a prolific winner in his career but the six-year-old did enough to make the black bookers out of an unsuitable 1,200m assignment on Wednesday night. Happy Journey joined Peter Ho Leungs yard after the departure of Sean Woods at the end of last season and has pretty much caught the eye at all four starts now since the change. The first two came in Class Three, running on over 1,200m on the dirt before an even effort in a good class race on turf behind Seasons...
The Sun Daily
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He did not want them "polluting" the pristine state of racial and religious harmony that's a way of life in the state. As a result, a number of politicians did not get past the immigration counters while Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Azmin Ali was asked to leave after making a campaign speech. But to Azmin's credit, he bore no grudges for the rough treatment. He flew in to Kuching on the Wednesday news of Adenan's death broke out and went to Adenan's house to pay his last respects. On hindsight, it is obvious that Adenan was in a hurry to get things done despite his failing health as he knew that he was living on borrowed time with his heart condition and the five years that he craved for, sadly lasted only six months. This triggered such an outpouring of grief especially from netizens and tears flowed on the cheeks of many people I saw during the entire night I was at his house on the day of his passing.
Western Daily Press
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Former Yeovil Town players Ben Tozer and Jack Compton have been told they are free to leave Newport County, just six months after moving to Rodney Parade.Tozer and Compton, who both left Huish Park at the end of last season, have been told they are surplus to requirements by Exiles manager Graham Westley and can find a new club in the January transfer window.Versatile midfielder Tozer has made 22 appearances for Newport this season, having moved there in July after rejecting the offer of a new...
France 24
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I'm really happy to have gotten through," she said after celebrating by wagging her lone index finger in the air, in a sign she still sees herself as number one. "I've played two former top 10 players, it's a great way to start the tournament. That was pretty good and hopefully I can keep going." Despite Williams being favourite the Czech, 29, has a fighting streak, as seen in the first round when she saved nine match points before beating Yanina Wickmayer. Williams, who lost the top ranking to Angelique Kerber last year as well as the Melbourne final, said after beating Belinda Bencic in the first round that she had nothing to lose, and her carefree attitude came to the fore. She barely needed to get out of first gear in the opening set as a familiar scenario unfolded, with the 35-year-old firing down six aces but also 14 unforced errors. Break points saved at 2-2 tipped the set in her favour and she took control and awaited her opportunity to pounce, which came in the eighth game.
Cotswold Journal
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Sky News
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For that is the unique opportunity that Britain now has. I speak to you this morning as the Prime Minister of a country that faces the future with confidence. For a little over six months ago, millions of my fellow citizens upset the odds by voting with determination and quiet resolve to leave the European Union and embrace the world.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Bristol City forward Jamie Paterson admits it's disappointing to see the state that Nottingham Forest are as he prepares to face the Reds this weekend.The former Reds forward left the City Ground in August, and scored just his second goal for the Robins in their FA Cup third round replay win at Fleetwood Town in midweek, and immediately turned his attentions to Saturday's six-pointer.Paterson, who spent three years on Trentside netted the winning goal in the game between the two sides at Ashton...
The Economic Times
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Six per cent of retailers' investment priorities are focused on employee productivity use cases despite the fact these use cases deliver the greatest return on investment for retailers.
The Sun Daily
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BBC Parliament
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I have two also say that if we add time to these departments, it means one of two things has to happen, either we take time off other departments or we extend the cycle of departmental question times to six weeks, rather than five, which leads a longer gap before members can question the Secretary of State.
BBC News 24
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For that is the unique opportunity that Britain now has. I speak to you this morning as the Prime Minister of a country that faces the future with confidence. For a little over six months ago, millions of my fellow citizens upset the odds of voting with determination and quiet resolve to leave the European Union and embrace the world.
RT
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ITV
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Now, do you have a medical concern that needs a second opinion? Our doctors Ranj and going on for just over six weeks now. I was just wondering how long it is likely to last, please. As you mentioned, labyrinthitis can be really debilitating. It is usually caused by a virus and that virus usually, with a bit of TLC, fluids, making sure you are resting, goes away within three weeks and most people can just take a few anti-sickness tablets to try and help it along the way.
Plymouth Herald
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Two rescued seals have been released back into Devon waters after rehabilitating in a local sanctuary.The heart-warming moment was captured on video as the grey seals, named Zebedee and Captain Planet, headed straight for the sea on the beach at Combe Martin.The animals have been cared for by Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park who team up with RSPCA West Hatch Animal Centre in Taunton every year to care for four to six seals when the centre has no space.Head keeper of the grey seals,...