Sunday, 20 April 2014

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  • Published on the 19 April

    00:00 | 20/4/14
    The Star
    By 1916 the business was formed into a limited company with Henry as managing director. ... The premises, formerly the General Electric Company's wholesale warehouse, comprised 14,500 square feet of floor space. The Star reported ... 3m takeover bid by ... more»
  • Transit congestion in Vancouver is here to stay... For now

    00:00 | 20/4/14
    The Globe and Mail
    Mr. Renne said such transit jams have people talking about new kinds of planning, to try to even out the demand so people are travelling both ways on the system to homes and jobs. In the meantime, everyone locally is trying to figure out how to plan ... more»
  • Power supply to CCTV cameras back after poles transfer concludes

    23:03 | 19/4/14
    Royal Gazette
    On Thursday, National Security Minister Michael Dunkley said: “There was an issue between the former CCTV company and the current one - I am thankful that has now been resolved. more»
  • Review Of "Nature Of Investing" And "World We Made"

    22:30 | 19/4/14
    Seeking Alpha
    For full disclosure, Collins also serves on Ethical Markets Advisory Board, and I am also an investor in Biomimicry 3.8 which is a privately held, Certified B Corporation, as is Ethical Markets Media (USA and Brazil). ... Unlike many of her Wall Street ... more»
  • UF's hand stretches across Florida vineyards

    22:18 | 19/4/14
    Gainesville Sun
    Fannin, a 60-year-old from South Deerfield, Mass., said they visit the nation's oldest city a couple times a year to see family and briefly escape the cold, eventually making their way to San Sebastian to sample the winery's different products before ... more»
  • CIBTM 2014 to be held in Beijing from Sept 17-19

    22:16 | 19/4/14
    TravelBizMonitor
    The international exhibitors who have confirmed their attendance at CIBTM 2014 include Canadian Tourism Commission, Korea Tourism Organization, Instituto Nacional de Promocion Turistica Argentina, Langham Hotels, The Okura Hotel Group, Wyndham Hotels ... more»
  • Analysis: Detroit Tigers wise to call up Justin Miller, but will soon need to ...

    22:07 | 19/4/14
    MLive.com
    The Tigers announced prior to the game that rookie outfielder Tyler Collins had been optioned to Triple-A Toledo. The move opened a spot for right-handed reliever Justin Miller, who had been told Thursday night he was being called up from Triple-A. more»
  • Pistons' John Loyer, on interim role: 'I'll let what I've done ... speak for ...

    22:07 | 19/4/14
    MLive.com
    He continued to perform several tasks he did as an assistant coach, including working out his perimeter group in pre-game shooting drills. Loyer commonly showed up for his pre-game media briefing with a nice sweat going. "I felt very confident going in ... more»
  • Rising tides threaten communities on the beach -- and far from it, too

    21:56 | 19/4/14
    USA TODAY
    "It's not like it's going to be business as usual until 2099, when you have to sell your house because next year the whole thing is going to be permanently underwater. more»
  • Bulls Vs. Wizards First Round Matchup: Forwards!

    21:56 | 19/4/14
    Pippen Ain't Easy
    Trevor Ariza is just one of those guys that plays under the radar but has the capability to make a play at the end of a game to impact the outcome. ... I could write more, but I'm hearing that a certain group will be discussing Carlos Boozer a little ... more»
  • Rottnest Bakery fined $100000 for hygiene breaches, owner blames quokka ...

    21:56 | 19/4/14
    Perth Now
    The 73-year-old stressed no quokkas had reached the production or retail areas of the bakery. The Rottnest Island Authority has since spent $300,000 redeveloping the lane and a gate has been erected to keep the marsupials out of a new delivery area. more»
  • Police sick of escorting soccer fans

    21:56 | 19/4/14
    Herald Sun
    Police presently watch over groups of fans as they march between pubs and stadiums to prevent violence, the lighting of flares and to protect the crowds from passing cars. But Victoria Police will meet soccer fans, the sport's governing body and ... more»
  • Moores named England Head Coach

    21:33 | 19/4/14
    International Cricket Council
    Peter Moores was today unveiled as the new England head coach by Paul Downton, the Managing Director England Cricket, at Lord's Cricket Ground. more»
  • Search for jobs in the North East

    21:28 | 19/4/14
    The Journal
    And he credited the Government's much-debated Help to Buy scheme with helping people in the North East take their next step on the property ladder. “Visitor levels to our sites are up 10% ... The Newburn-based firm saw operating profits rise to £805 ... more»
  • Stationery shop has longest road to recovery among businesses hit by Gay ...

    21:22 | 19/4/14
    Columbus Dispatch
    Shortly after 6 p.m. Tuesday, fire broke out in the basement of 11 E. Gay St., closing down three businesses: Sugardaddy's Sumptuous Sweeties, the Robert Mason Co. stationery shop and Sprint Preferred Wireless. Of the three, the Robert Mason shop has ... more»
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