Tuesday, 02 September 2014


  • The Government must regulate industry that is cynically targeting young children

    13:30 | 2/9/14
    Irish Independent
    The Irish medical community - through the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland Policy Group on Obesity - has called for the Government to regulate and for the food and drinks industry to stop cynically targeting children with their high-fat, high ... more»
  • CERA to be rolled into DPMC ahead of rebuild wind-down

    13:20 | 2/9/14
    Sept. 2 (BusinessDesk) - The government will fold the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority into the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet early next year as it begins a long-term withdrawal from its hands-on involvement in the Christchurch rebuild. more»
  • Russia starts work on gas pipeline to China

    13:07 | 2/9/14
    US KHATYN: President Vladimir Putin on Monday presided over the start of construction work on a pipeline which is planned to ship 38 billion cubic metres (bcm) a year of Russian gas to China, ramping up from 2019. more»
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Recent News
  • Mexican FIBRA Danhos to seek $535 mln to finance new projects

    13:06 | 2/9/14
    Danhos has to date focused on shopping centers and office developments in the Mexico City metropolitan area. Certificates of Danhos on the Mexican stock exchange closed up 0.74 percent at 35.5 pesos on Monday. more»
  • Aim to drastically reduce polystyrene going to landfill

    13:03 | 2/9/14
    Foodstuffs North Island Ltd today announced it has begun rolling out its new sustainable Seafood Boxes to its PAK’nSAVE and New World stores across the North Island. Over the last three years the Seafood Team has been working hard to develop a more environmentally ... more»
  • The ultimate premium compact camera is here

    13:00 | 2/9/14
    FUJIFILM launches the extraordinary new X30 with innovative Real Time Viewfinder, class-leading performance and unrivalled image quality. AUCKLAND, NZ – FUJIFILM’s X-Series premium compact cameras have redefined photography, winning major international ... more»
  • Aussies take a journey through the North Island

    12:57 | 2/9/14
    Australian travellers are being tempted by the wonders of the North Island with the launch of Tourism New Zealand’s latest joint venture campaign ‘Every day a different journey’. more»
  • A Cheeseburger, Fries, Milkshake, and a Side of Civil Disobedience, Please...

    12:56 | 2/9/14
    NEW YORK (TheBlaze/AP) - McDonald's, Wendy's and other fast-food restaurants are expected to be targeted with acts of civil disobedience in 150 U.S. more»
  • Airport officials trying to bring more 'international' to KCI

    12:56 | 2/9/14
    Kansas City Star
    New routes tend to stimulate even more growth. Meyer notes that United Airlines didn't fly directly from KCI to San Francisco five years ago, but now it does, and that has become a jumping off point to Asia. It started with one 64-seat regional jet and ... more»
  • PM Modi's Japan Visit: Strictly business

    12:56 | 2/9/14
    Deccan Chronicle
    In recent months there has been a determined effort by Japan and its friends in India to bring these two Asian giants closer, to close ranks against the third and increasingly assertive giant. more»
  • MACOM Announces the Industry's Most Integrated 10G SFP+ Optical Module ...

    12:56 | 2/9/14
    Wall Street Journal
    M/A-COM Technology Solutions Holdings Inc. ("MACOM"), a leading supplier of optical networking products today announced the industry's most integrated 10G chipset ideal for 10G/12G SFP+ and XFP optical module designs. The innovative chipset consists of ... more»
  • S A S Navaz Retires as Customs Dy Commissioner

    12:56 | 2/9/14
    The New Indian Express
    KOCHI: S A S Navaz, Deputy Commissioner of Customs at the Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL), retired from service on August 31, after 37 years of service. more»
  • Acid victims' photo shoot draws attention in India

    12:45 | 2/9/14
    WBOC TV 16
    AP National News VideoMore>> ... Ritu, 22, was attacked by her cousin during a property dispute. Sisters Sonam, 22, and Chanchal, 17, were asleep when acid was poured over them by a group of men who had been harassing them in their village in the ... more»
  • A Journey Into Contemporary Food and Education at The Field Museum

    12:45 | 2/9/14
    Foodservice Equipment & Supplies
    Looking up, they see the museum's skylights and solar roof panels, which provide reminders of the museum's efforts to save energy. In the half-acre ... Both dining operations were designed to more closely align with the museum's mission to inspire ... more»
  • Boot Camp for Bankers

    12:43 | 2/9/14
    New York Times
    He was one of about 300 employees of USAA, the financial services firm that primarily caters to military veterans and service members, who were doing push-ups, situps and jumping jacks before work at the company's 280-acre corporate campus. Each of ... more»
  • A Glowing Celebration of 125 Years

    12:39 | 2/9/14
    The natural, outstanding and beautiful Waitomo Glowworm Caves is celebrating a very special landmark next month – 125 years of guiding.  more»
  • Harcourts Focus On Building Client Relationships

    12:34 | 2/9/14
    Real estate group, Harcourts International, recently launched its latest international marketing campaign ‘Clients for Life’, with a focus on building strong client relationships for life. Aimee Williams, International Brand Manager for Harcourts ... more»
  • David Cronenberg's MAPS TO THE STARS Acquired by Focus World for Early ...

    12:33 | 2/9/14
    Many had pegged Moore as a contender in this year's Oscar race, but if Focus World doesn't stage a limited release in December to qualify for contention, that takes her out of the running. more»