BBC One Wales
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is actually embarrassing to be part of a system that doesn't have regionalised network, care. We are falling behind the rest of the world. The The University Hospital of Wales and Morriston Hospital want to become dedicated centres, but at the moment neither has become's has.
Phys.Org
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A mobile phone is typically the first and only modern information communication technology for inhabitants of the most remote rural areas around world.
ABC News - International
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BBC Parliament
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to say we are lagging behind many other countries. The Northern Ireland assembly increase the maximum penalty to five years and it should be noted that they are the only part of the UK that provides a more serious animal welfare offences to be tried in a Crown Court. The Scottish Government has committed to reviewing penalties under the animal health act and if we look around the world we can see that.
BBC World News
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A cobra in a drought-hit village in India has been filmed drinking water from a bottle.
Daily Express
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A STUDENT at an American university had a mark deducted from her exam after using the worldmankind” rather than a “gender-neutral term”.
Bleacher Report
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The world will be a different place in 2022. Perhaps that's not a comforting thought, so here's one that is: At least Major League Baseball's pantheon of superstars shouldn't look too different. This wouldn't be the case if MLB 's biggest stars were getting long in the tooth. But in the last few years, the league's star power has shifted in favor of the youthful. Many stars who are in their prime in 2017 should still be in their prime in 2022. Ah, but which of them will be the biggest stars at their respective positions? The aim here is to dive into that question by imagining what a team (a catcher, four infielders, three outfielders, five starting pitchers and one closer) of MLB's brightest superstars will look like five years from now. This will involve weighing present talent, as-yet-untapped upside and potential regression risk of established major leaguerssorry, no prospects who haven't yet debuted. Onward! Begin Slideshow
Autocar
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The Bugatti Chiron is the successor to the 987bhp Bugatti Veyron Three helicopters and 7.4 shots - find out the more surprising numbers involved with the world's fastest production car Youve heard of the Bugatti Chiron's headline 1479bhp figure, but these are the more surprising numbers behind the new hypercar. 185bhp per litre The Bugatti Chiron’s quad-turbocharged W16 engine produces 185bhp per litre. With eight litres in total the final figure stands at 1479bhp. That’s 492bhp more than the Veyron. 591lb ft per tonne The 1995kg Chiron has 1179lb ft of torque in total, or 591lb ft per tonne on offer. That dwarfs the output of even the Ferrari 488 GTB , which can only squeeze a measly 211lb ft per tonne out of its twin-turbocharged 3.9-litre V8. 2.5sec Despite its near two-tonne weight, the Chiron can accelerate from 0-62mph in under 2.5sec. One tenth The all-wheel drive monster can then surge past 124mph four seconds later before surpassing 186mph in under 13.
Sky News
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ability to play my golf and that I can take than anybody. You have to believe that. I think that right now he is the guy that everybody is saying he is playing the best golf in the world right now
BBC Parliament
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friend who intervened earlier, we need more publicity when people are sentenced, I don't know, but I publicity when people are sentenced, I don't know, but I absolutely agree with that. The thing that has changed is, of course, with that. The thing that has changed is, of course, online sales. And certainly, this is a new challenge that we face, and there is politics in everything, and there is certainly politics in the animal world. So I have received all sorts of e-mails mentioning this organisation, praising.
OK!
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Antony Costa undergoes 3D lipo treatment [MEGA] The Blue singer was spotted just days ago sporting a fuller figure, looking a world away from his pop star days. And now Antony has undergone treatment to slim his waist, heading to a Laser Derm Clinic in Milton Keynes to have the non-surgical treatment which is loved by celebs such as Ferne McCann and Katie Price. Photos show the singer lying on his side as the beautician zaps at his waist. Propping his head up on his hand, ...
Auto Express
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Used primarily in military exercises in the Second World War, the Schwimmwagen came in two versions – a 128, with a 240cm wheelbase, and a later model with a 200cm wheelbase which would eventually become the full-scale production model. They used mechanicals from the VW Kubelwagen and Type 87 – which themselves inherited a platform from the iconic Beetle – but fitted inside a custom-welded hull. Drive was to all four wheels, while in the water a screw propeller could be lowered. This only gave forward drive, though, so Volkswagen was thoughtful enough to equip an oar as ‘reverse gear’. Only 163 Schwimmwagens have survived. Gibbs Aquada Image 4 of 11 Image 4 of 11 Looking a little bit like a Mazda MX-5 on stilts (and steroids) the Gibbs Aquada is well known thanks to its crossing of the English channel – with none other than Virgin multi-millionaire Richard Branson at the helm. &g
TIME - Top Stories
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Our users turn to us to define the words they see, hear, and read and in todays highly politicized world, we play a necessary role in helping users dissect the meaning of words heard in this period of political discourse, Liz McMillan, CEO of Dictionary.com, said in a statement. Plenty of the new entries are more playful slang, like slay ( to strongly impress or overwhelm someone), hangry (feeling irritable or irrationally angry as a result of being hungry) and cheat day ( a day in which a person goes off a dietary regimen). The editors also added a note for the new entry 420 (which refers to all kinds of things related to marijuana) that takes a stand on the annually nagging question of where that term comes from. Origin of 420 : First recorded in 1970-75; a code word derived from the meeting time of a particular group of marijuana smokers in 1971, later popularized by fans of the band the Grateful Dead And there is an impressively robust entry for the controversial slang term bitchface , noting that it also goes by the names resting bitchface , bitchy resting face and chronic bitch face .
Evening Standard - Life & Style
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Airline food gets a bad rep — and one man thinks this prejudice is unwarranted.
BBC News 24
25 minutes
There are other hubs elsewhere in the world, Singapore springs to mind, a couple in the Middle East and of course Bermuda, which will be hungry to use Brexit as an opportunity to grab as much of the worldwide business as they can
Sky News
25 minutes
do a trade deal, if we end up on world trade talks because you will be hurt more than it we are hurt. Isn't it rights to show that there are aspects of no deal.
The Sun Daily - World News
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NEW DELHI: A senior Tibetan lama at the centre of a long-running row over one of Buddhism's most important titles has abandoned the monkhood altogether after marrying a childhood friend in India, his office said Thursday. Thaye Dorje, 33, has claimed since childhood to be the reincarnation of the Karmapa Lama, the leader of one of the four major schools of Tibetan Buddhism. But many adherents of the Karma Kagyu school of Buddhism follow another monk with a rival claim to the title, Urgyen Trinley, who is recognised by the Dalai Lama. The disagreement has long split Tibetan Buddhists, but on Thursday Thaye Dorje's office made the surprise announcement that he had married in a private ceremony in New Delhi on March 25, and abandoned the monkhood. "I have a strong feeling, deep within my heart, that my decision to marry will have a positive impact not only for me, but also for the lineage," the statement quoted Thaye Dorje as saying.
The Sun Daily - World News
27 minutes
SUVA, Fiji: Sedition charges brought against executives at Fiji's oldest newspaper are "absolutely outrageous", Amnesty International said Thursday, while accusing the government of trying to intimidate the media. Three staff members at the Fiji Timesoccasionally a feisty critic of the regime — are facing up to seven years in jail for publishing a letter to the editor last year containing inflammatory comments about Muslims. "To charge people with sedition over something that's printed by an outside contributor in a newspaper is extremely heavy handed," Amnesty's New Zealand chief Grant Bayldon told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. "Fiji has a really sad history of suppressing freedom of expression and we really have to wonder if the motivation here is to intimidate one of the few media outlets that is still independent in Fiji." The letter in question was printed in a low-circulation Fijian-language supplement of the Times, which remains the Pacific nation's oldest newspaper established in 1869.
The Sun Daily - World News
27 minutes
BANGKOK: The heir to the Red Bull billions on Thursday again snubbed Thai prosecutors over a five-year-old hit-and-run incident that killed a policeman, the latest delay to a case that has become a byword for impunity enjoyed by the country's rich. Worayuth Yoovidhya, whose nickname is "Boss", was 27 when he allegedly smashed his Ferrari into a police officer in 2012 and sped away, dragging the body along a downtown Bangkok road for about 100m. A trail of debris from the accident led officers to the mansion of his super-rich clan, who own half of the Red Bull energy drink empire. The local police station, which covers Bangkok's most exclusive district, initially accepted the family's claim that the housekeeper was driving the car. But the story fell apart and Worayuth was eventually hit with a string of charges — including causing death by reckless driving, which carries a maximum 10 year jail term.
BBC News 24
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and today it's only the first stage of many. Given the scale of the legislative task ahead, none of the changes to anything come into force until we leave the EU, probably in March 2019. We went to see the impact for a long time. The world's biggest insurance firm, Lloyds of London, says it's moving.
BBC News 24
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some of its operations to Brussels. It says it wants a presence in the heart of continental Europe after Britain leaves the EU. The question is, will other companies follow? Here's Simon Gompertz. It's the world's oldest insurance market, famous for the Lutine bell from HMS Lutine, which went down two centuries ago.
Futurity
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Still, it won't be the right solution for everyone. Hard lessons can be found around the world: sea level rise could displace nearly 190 million people by the end of the century, according to a 2011 study . Last year, the United States alone suffered 15 natural disasters that each caused $1 billion or more in damage, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. China sees 50% drop in severe weather since 1960 Coastal communities threatened by sea level rise and heavy storms are particularly hard hit. In some areas, the cost to shore up eroding coastlines and rebuild storm-damaged homes is increasingly untenable. People will be on the move in a changing climate, says coauthor Katharine Mach, a senior research scientist in the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences. We can respond in a managed, strategic way or in a way that is just fleeing disaster.
Daily Mail - Sport
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Daily Mail - Sport
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Bolt will call time on his athletics career after the 2017 World Championships in London. The sprinter will end in the city he became the fastest-ever Olympian in 2012.