Sunday, 07 February 2016

NZX News

  • Germany's troubles are bad news for Europe

    01:11 | 7/2/16
    Business Insider
    The main driver of the euro is the divergence of monetary policy between the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank. more»
  • We need to act now to save great Aussie dream

    00:37 | 7/2/16
    The Advertiser
    He said: “Restrictive planning laws and limited supply are primary contributors to this threat to our way of life and the opportunity of our kids to afford a house of their choice in the location of their choice. more»
  • A Texas Doctor Again Puts on His Hat as Virus Hunter

    23:17 | 6/2/16
    Dallas Observer
    ... long, light-colored clothes and drain any standing water around the home or workplace. The Aedes species feeds during the day, but they get particularly active when the sun sets and rises, so the county is advising limited outdoor activities during ... more»
  • Datebook: Your guide to area meetings and events

    22:00 | 6/2/16
    Scranton Times-Tribune
    Oakwood Terrace:community memory screenings and awareness-raising education, Mondays to Fridays 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., 400 Gleason Drive, Moosic, free, appointment only, space limited. ... Electric City Toastmasters: second and fourth Tuesday of the month ... more»
  • Winter Wings Festival offers an array of activities

    21:26 | 6/2/16
    Herald and News
    A limited number of T-shirts will be available to purchase on a first-come first-served basis. ... Registration allows you to do a lot of things,” Samuels said, noting the benefits include mini-sessions, such as Pacific Flyway Sandhill Cranes or ... more»
  • The Wild, Wild West

    20:52 | 6/2/16
    Azusa Pacific University
    A game decided in the final minute is nothing new for Azusa Pacific men's basketball, but freshman Connor Peterson's free throws with just two-tenths of a second on the clock snapped the Cougars' three-game losing streak with a heart-stopping 83-82 win ... more»
  • High school boys basketball roundup: St. Vincent stays in NCL II hunt with win

    19:45 | 6/2/16
    Santa Rosa Press Democrat
    ... treys in limited playing time, giving him 300 in his career. “He's not a Steph Curry but he's pretty darn accurate,” coach Scott McKeon said with a laugh. In addition to Singh, Jacob Tawasha (13) and John Hirsch (10) scored in double figures for ... more»
  • Energy sector: Petroleum Ministry presents policy goals to NDPC

    19:11 | 6/2/16
    The Ministries of Petroleum and Power have presented a report on the state of fuel and energy consumption in the country and the vision of the sectors in the long term. more»
  • Meet the three Indian comic book artists on the global 100 list (and one who ...

    19:00 | 6/2/16
    We wanted to show that there is no limited definition of comics by women and that women are working in every genre - humour, horror, superheroes, autobiography, erotica, history, surrealism, reportage, science fiction, etc. more»
  • Keeping the 'tree of life' alive

    19:00 | 6/2/16
    Irish Times
    The argan ages pretty well itself: it is one of the oldest existing tree species, evolving some 80,000 years ago. Individuals ... The argan forest is the last green ecosystem before the Sahara, “the limit of desertification in our country,” in the ... more»
  • EDITORIAL: U.S. continues to lag in economic freedom index

    18:26 | 6/2/16
    Las Vegas Review-Journal
    Hong Kong, Singapore and New Zealand took the top three spots, with Switzerland and Australia joining them as the only other nations to get the "Free" rating, with scores of 80 or higher. more»
  • Friday's Scores

    17:18 | 6/2/16
    Cascade 47, Simms-Augusta 38. Chester-Joplin-Inverness 57, Big Sandy 23. Choteau 55, Shelby 46. Ennis 52, Shields Valley 47. more»
  • Sneed: Cupich gathers priests to discuss church closings

    17:07 | 6/2/16
    Chicago Sun-Times
    A working group with representatives from every one of the City Council's caucuses is finalizing a change that would limit Ferguson to investigating potential violations of the law by aldermen and their employees. more»
  • Inside chaotic Lagos Computer Village

    16:56 | 6/2/16
    Daily Trust
    President of the Phone and Allied Products Dealers Association (PAPDAN), Mr. Godfrey Iyke Nwosu, said many business dynamics are impacting the market as it is losing ground to other African markets. To Nwosu, to retain the relevance of the market ... more»
  • Craft distillery closely tied to West Overton's roots

    16:33 | 6/2/16
    LLC, a limited-production license. The license permits the facility to distill up to 100,000 bottles of whiskey a year. When production resumes, West Overton will become the second of seven federally designated historical sites on the American Whiskey ... more»