Friday, 18 April 2014

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  • Animals with Human Rights Will Be More Than a Pet Peeve for Researchers

    00:33 | 18/4/14
    Scientific American
    Legal scholars say that is the biggest change. about 25 40 states have adopted the Uniform Trust Code, which allows animals to inherit. more»
  • Can China's New Urbanization Plan Work?

    00:22 | 18/4/14
    the Diplomat
    With the release of the “National New-type Urbanization Plan” by China's State Council in March, it appears that China's leadership is betting that urbanization can be a main driver of the country's economic growth, as the government attempts to shift ... more»
  • Christie Rail Kill Misses Lowest Rates as N.J. Lags U.S.

    20:24 | 17/4/14
    Almost 15 percent of commuters spend 60 minutes or more getting to work, compared with a national average of 8.1 percent, U.S. more»
  • Strikers sent home for Easter by Amcu

    17:26 | 17/4/14
    Reacting to reports at the weekend that he owned cars and property worth millions, Mathunjwa said he had never taken union money to build his house or to buy expensive vehicles. more»
  • An Unnecessary Bank

    15:56 | 17/4/14
    National Review Online (blog)
    To win the trust of American voters, the GOP needs more ideas on how to boost middle-class wages and restore economic growth and security. more»
  • Local news briefs — April 17

    14:03 | 17/4/14
    Akron Beacon Journal
    Maier said Coffee with a Cop is a national initiative that has been used in more than 80 cities in 24 states and it has “done wonders for building community trust.” “I am confident that the informal contact with our community in a friendly atmosphere ... more»
  • Brandt v. United States: Will Property Law Doom Rail Trails?

    07:41 | 17/4/14
    On March 10, 2014, the US Supreme Court issued its decision in the quiet title case, Marvin M. Brandt Revocable Trust v. US (PDF). more»
  • Tribes irked by slow start to US land buyback program

    07:18 | 17/4/14
    Bellingham Herald
    That's about twice the size of Massachusetts, making it the largest expansion ever proposed for the government's tribal land trust, which now covers 46 million acres. Forty tribes ... But buying the property back has proven to be no easy endeavor. With ... more»
  • Lighting up Cragside

    23:37 | 16/4/14
    Museums Association (blog)
    This year we went to Cragside, the extraordinary house created by the Victorian inventor William Armstrong. The National Trust has worked hard to make the property enjoyable to a range of interests, which was great for us as we had ages ranging from ... more»
  • Plan for cell tower at Norge Ski Club debated

    16:30 | 16/4/14
    Northwest Herald
    It denotes the general area on Norge Ski Club property a proposed 120-foot AT&T cellphone monopole would be built. If the tower is built, the top would be about 20 feet above the top of the treeline, and well below the top of the 170-foot ski jump ... more»
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