SABC Digital News
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Electricity prices in Kimberley, exceed other municipal Metros across the country. National Energy regulator, NERSA, stipulates that 100 units of electricity should cost about R108 but residents are paying much more than that. Community members in the Sol Plaatje Municipality are feeling the pinch. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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BBC News 24
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Let's move to the world of tech now. And unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, are fast becoming big business. The industry is worth $2 billion today, and is forecast to soar to some $115 billion in 2020. But after a series of widely reported accidents and near misses, drones face an array of legal restrictions across the globe. Joe Miller reports from the Cebit Tech Show in Hannover
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Daily Mail - Home
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The changing face of modern society has been thrown into stark relief by the latest figures on conceptions.
Plymouth Herald
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A nursery's plans for an outdoor learning space after a cash windfall are set to see it soar with success.Greenshoots pre-school, which used to be known as Little Ted's, has been given the Ofsted report it has always dreamed of.The pre-school, which is based at Laira Green Primary School, has been awarded funding to create the outdoor space they desperately wanted.Leaders of the nursery, which opened in 2010, say the reputation they have built over the past few years has led to parents...
Sputnik International
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Lockheed Martin President and CEO Marilyn Hewson claims that NATO’s total spending on weapons systems is expected to soar by at least $100 billion in the next few years.
The Week
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Credits Dan Kitwood/Getty Images Alt Text Philip Hammond Fees for discharging some estates could soar to £20,000 In Depth Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 3:54pm Dying is about to get a lot more expensive for half the nation. The Ministry of Justice has announced that probate fees are going to increase by as much as 9,300 per cent from May, with some estates having to fork out £20,000 just to be able to release the estate to beneficiaries. What are probate fees? Probate fees are paid to courts to get approval for an estate to be discharged. To do this the court looks over any wills and a death certificate before granting permission to executors to distribute the estate. How much are fees going up by? At present fees for probate are set at £155 for those applying through a solicitor and £215 for those without legal representation. Estates worth less than £5,000 pay no fee.
Sputnik International
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A consumer industry poll has found that beer drinkers in the US are increasingly switching to marijuana as their vice of choice for winding down.
Lincolnshire Echo
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The much-loved Vulcan jet could be on the comeback trail after an appeal to protect it raised £200,000 in just two months. Substantial donations from over 2,500 loyal supporters of the Finningley-based XH558, which was mothballed in January after a cash crisis struck, plus match-funding from philanthropists, means the appeal reached its target two weeks ahead of deadline.And bosses said it could pave the way for the beloved aircraft to soar over north Notts and beyond again in the near...
The Herald
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The Economic Times
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By surpassing the highs after a 2-3 week consolidation the Nifty has started a new rally and may still soar higher, as 9,500 might be the next level to watch.
The Economic Times
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By surpassing the highs after a 2-3 week consolidation the Nifty has started a new rally and may still soar higher, as 9,500 might be the next level to watch.
South China Morning Post
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Forbes
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Patients are waiting an average of 24 days to schedule an appointment for a doctor, an increase of 30% from 2014, according to a study of appointments for commonly used specialty physicians in 15 major U.S. cities by Merritt Hawkins.
Daily Express - Finance
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THE pound has rallied against the euro and US dollar this week, and the currency could extend gains next week.
Derby Telegraph
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Derby motorists are facing major hikes in their car insurance premiums this month due to a government ruling.The cost of insurance is expected to soar by around £75 a year for all drivers.This will come as a blow to Derby drivers, thousands of whom have been hit by fines for driving in bus lanes as well as rising parking charges, parking charges and fluctuating fuel costs.The increase is due to come into force on Monday, March 20, because insurance payouts for those with long term...
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Plymouth Herald
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Four Lynx helicopters soared by Plymouth homes today as they bid farewell to the region.Neighbours captured on film the fly over from their windows and from areas like Devil's Point as the Royal Navy's Mk8 choppers prepare for their retirement.The four Lynx flew south over Dartmoor and arrived at Devonport at 11.08am the best vantage point for aircraft enthusiasts - as part of their final tour.They were then due to fly east over the city, heading for Dartmouth and the Britannia Royal...
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Plymouth Herald
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Four Lynx helicopters soared by Plymouth homes today as they bid farewell to the region.Neighbours captured on film the fly over from their windows and from areas like Devil's Point to catch a glimpse of the Navy's Mk8 choppers prepare for their retirement.The four Lynx flew south over Dartmoor and arrived at Devonport at 11.08am the best vantage point for aircraft enthusiasts - as part of their final tour.They were then due to fly east over the city, heading for Dartmouth and the...
Plymouth Herald
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Four Lynx helicopters soared by Plymouth homes today as they bid farewell to the region.Neighbours captured on film the fly over from their windows and from areas like Devil's Point to catch a glimpse of the Navy's Mk8 choppers prepare for their retirement.The four Lynx flew south over Dartmoor and arrived at Devonport at 11.08am the best vantage point for aircraft enthusiasts - as part of their final tour.They were then due to fly east over the city, heading for Dartmouth and the...
Financial Times - Markets
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Shares in maker of winter coats soar 26% on first day of trading
BBC Parliament
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One such necessity is how to pay gas and electricity bills when they drop on the doormat. To my mind, that is what today's debate is all about. As energy prices soar and wages stagnate, hard-pressed families and those on low incomes are faced with desperate choices. What should they pay first? Rent or electricity rest are what is more important, weekly food shop or gas bill? What is better for their family, one home food on their table? Without doubt, soaring energy prices touch every single person in this country but the poorest suffer disproportionately.