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Getting to Zero sees CFDs as a way to close the green fuel price gap

The cost gap between zero-emission fuels and fossil fuels could be bridged by spending revenues from EU emissions trading to fund derivatives called contracts for difference (CFDs) on green trading. That’s the finding of the Getting to Zero coalition in a new research paper, which suggests using 14% to 25% …

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Arsenal’s youthful exuberance has served them well in the quest for the top four, but almost cost them against Leeds

LONDON — Sunday’s 2-1 victory over Leeds United was an advertisement for the precocious and precarious nature of Arsenal’s youth. The Gunners took another major step towards Champions League qualification with a vital victory, initially the product of their drive and efforts to capitalize on a dreadful first half from …

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Where do big companies stand on reproductive health policies

it becomes Harder and harder to keep companies quiet on controversial social issues — take the bitter LGBTQ-related clash between The Walt Disney Company and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) as a recent example. The latest blurring of the lines between business and politics, however, was sparked by the leaked …

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Billionaire green hydrogen tycoon focuses on low-cost perovskite solar power with plant cash injection

Fortescue Future Industries (FFI), the green hydrogen developer owned by Australian billionaire Andrew Forrest, has invested more capital in low-cost solar panel maker HyET to fund an increase in its production capacity – with an eye on FFI’s ambitions to develop a 1 GW PV plant using the latter’s technology …

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Retired, here are 3 ways to get vision insurance

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 12 million adults aged 40 and older suffer from visual impairment. This number is expected to double by 2050 as baby boomers age. “Visual acuity deteriorates for many of us as we age,” Medicare Chairman Gregg Ratkovic tells eHealth, …

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We review a purse-shaped toastie maker

Buried in the back of one of my kitchen cupboards is a toasted sandwich maker. If I remember correctly, it belonged to my wife’s grandmother, so I guess you could call it an heirloom. To be fair, it does a pretty good job of baking a toastie, so we never …

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Stock market today: Big Tech carries Wall Street on its back

Technology and tech stocks were the vanguard of a wild (and broad) stock market rally on Thursday that largely ignored an unexpected contraction in US economic activity. This morning, the Commerce Department reported that US gross domestic product shrank at an annualized rate of 1.4% during the first quarter of …

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ABLE accounts offer people with disabilities more financial freedom

In 2014, federal legislation paved the way for states to offer ABLE accounts—tax-efficient schemes that allow people with disabilities to save for living expenses without jeopardizing their eligibility for crucial government support, such as Supplemental Security Income or Social Security Disability Insurance. Previously, people with disabilities had to have less …

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Why Financial Literacy Alone Will Always Fail

April is Financial Literacy Month, and it’s dedicated to educating people about basic money concepts such as budgeting, saving, debt, compound interest, and investing, to name a few. only a few. Given that only 57% of adults in the United States are deemed to be financially savvy, this is definitely …

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DeSantis signs bill stripping Disney’s self-governing privileges

more cheese for that mouse Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Friday signed a bill abolishing the Reedy Creek Improvement District, which gave Disney the power to act as local government in the area around Disney World, Fox News reported. Now that the special district, which was created in 1967, has …

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Stranger Things season 4 reportedly cost $30 million per episode

it’s a high price Netflix’s upcoming fourth season hit stranger things apparently sent the company piggy bank straight Upside down. The Wall Street Journal says the show’s latest episode cost $30 million per episode, according to people familiar with the show. News from stranger thingsThe price tag comes as Netflix …

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Stock Market Today: Stocks Rise Despite Rate Worries and Mixed Earnings

The major indices traded well in the green on Tuesday, and they did so flying in a few headwinds. Rising interest rates, which have helped keep equities grounded lately, have continued to climb in 2022, with the 10-year Treasury hitting 2.948% today as it heads towards a 3-year low. % …

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10 lost chocolate bars that we would like to bring back and devour at Easter

Easter weekend brings out the chocolate-loving demon in all of us. The wonderful chocolate creations in oval shapes really whet the appetite. While chocolate Easter eggs are something of a modern phenomenon, we’re traveling back in time to recall some of our favorite chocolate bars that are no longer in …

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Retirees, here’s what it takes to be your own insurer

It’s daunting to consider, but if something tragic happens and you need years of long-term care, how would you pay for it? The costs of long-term care are already exorbitant and will only get worse. Last year, the national median annual cost of home care was over $61,000, a 12.5% …

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TurboTax sued for ‘free’ label

Here are three of the top financial news stories of the week, gathered from around the web: TurboTax sued for ‘free’ label The Federal Trade Commission sued Intuit for falsely marketing its TurboTax software as “free,” Joseph Pisani said in The Wall Street Journal. The agency sought a preliminary injunction …

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Stock market today: Tech stocks lag as Treasury yields continue to rise

Tech stocks underperformed during today’s session, just as they have over the past few months. the technology sector returned 1.4% while 10-year Treasury yield climbed 5.2 basis points (one basis point equals one hundredth of a percentage point) to 2.71% – a level not seen since March 2019. Yields on …

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Biden signs Postal Service reform bill

President Biden on Wednesday signed into law a Postal Service Reform Bill that ensures mail delivery will still occur six times a week and puts the USPS on a “more sustainable and stable financial footing.” “Today we enshrined in law our recognition that the Postal Service is fundamental to our …

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Property in London: Notting Hill apartment where the bed is next to the sink costs £1,000 a month

A ‘magnificent’ West London apartment where the bed is within touching distance of the kitchen is available to rent for over £1,000 a month. Any future tenants will have to share a bathroom with a stranger and buy their own furniture at the Notting Hill apartment. The studio announced on …

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How did the Russian oligarchs become so powerful?

bystaff of the week April 3, 2022 April 3, 2022 The United States and its allies are attacking the assets of Russian billionaires. Will sanctioning them harm Putin? Here’s everything you need to know: Who are the oligarchs? It was dozens of ultra-rich Russians who conspired and swindled to take …

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Easter weekend supermarket opening times for Aldi, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Lidl and Waitrose

Easter weekend is almost here and we can’t wait to celebrate a four day break with our friends and family. If you’re hosting celebrations this year, hosting an Easter egg hunt, or cooking a special Sunday roast, a trip to the supermarket is a must. As Easter is a religious …

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Cadbury outrage over switch to dairy milk bars

Cadbury fans were left furious after noticing that a Dairy Milk bar had shrunk dramatically. The classic chocolate bar has been reduced from 200g to 180g, but will still cost you two pounds. US parent company Mondelez, which acquired Cadbury in 2010, said rising inflation was to blame. Steve Dresser, …

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Manchin would be ready to talk about Build Back Better again

building back better is back? March 25, 2022 March 25, 2022 Buckle up, politicos – Sen. Joe Manchin reportedly back (or on his way to) the negotiating table for President Biden’s languid social and climate legislation known as the Build Back Better agenda, The Washington Post reported Thursday evening. West …

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P&O boss Hebblethwaite breaks cover as Johnson says sackings could be illegal

After a week of intense criticism, P&O Ferries chief executive Peter Hebblethwaite has apologized to the nearly 800 seafarers he made redundant last Thursday. But the DP World-owned company appears determined to stick to its plan to replace crew members with cheaper agency staff on its ships. In a statement, …

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Nicolas Cage bought a two-headed snake for $80,000 after ‘dreaming about two-headed eagles’

the unbearable weight of two-headed serpents Rarely does a Nicolas Cage profile disappoint, and the latest of QG is no exception. the The unbearable weight of massive talent Star chatted with QG about his career, embracing being a meme, and… dropping tens of thousands of dollars on a two-headed snake. …

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A strange port of a mobile paint sprayer | Traxion

Splash Cars really could have been awesome had it been designed with the Switch in mind. To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Splash Cars is not a racing game, but more of a simple driving game where you try to bring color back into as much of the …

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Fly-tipper advertised on Facebook, then dumped roadside trash

A man who previously ran a legitimate waste disposal business dumped rubbish on the side of a road in Grantham which he had stored in his garden after he was banned from using local tipping and his landlord was ordered to a fine. Richard Atkinson, 30, advertised his waste removal …

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Benedict Cumberbatch says he hopes to welcome a Ukrainian refugee

The 45-year-old star is nominated for Best Actor for his performance in The power of the dogbut said the conflict could not be ignored. Talk to Sky News on the red carpet, he declared: “We have brothers and sisters who are suffering”, before highlighting the “civilians who are pounded, shot, …

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Renault Vel Satis | The brave pill

Having failed to find any French cars brave enough to feature in the first 112 installments of Brave Pill, we are now suffering from what Google Translate considers an embarrassment of wealth. It’s only been 10 months since we presented our first, a Citroën C6 – with Renault GTA and …

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A high price for patriotism, paid by those who can least afford it

There’s a Scene in Jack Kerouac’s Counterculture Classic On the road where the destitute characters are so broke they have to drive down a mountain to reach the next town. Finding an open pawn shop, they trade a new watch for a dollar – enough to replenish the tank and …

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Fighting inflation by tightening the belt of American companies

The Federal Reserve plans to fight inflation by raising interest rates this year, regardless of the uncertainty caused by Russia’s war in Ukraine. It’s a remedy that’s been used more than once in the past, but this time all it will do is put millions of people out of work …

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Why Russian Opposition to Putin’s War Matters – and How US Sanctions Could Hurt It

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s aggressive, immoral and illegal invasion of Ukraine, which began last month, has only intensified. Putin’s troops have begun bombing civilian populations in Kharkiv and Kiev, and the risk of a nuclear strike or accident continues to loom. But where Ukrainians have banded together to fight for …

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NIMBYism rears its old head at Berkeley

No college for you! That’s the message the California State Supreme Court has sent to aspiring students at UC Berkeley. In one decision Released Thursday, the court ruled in favor of local activists who challenged plans to increase enrollment at the most selective campus in the University of California system. …

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Ordinary Russians are paying a heavy price for protesting Putin

One of the most startling developments of the past week has been the sight of ordinary Russians go out in the street to denounce the invasion of Ukraine by Vladimir Putin. In a country where dissent can quickly get youdetained or even poisonedit takes extraordinary moral courage to take a …

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Annus horribilis for Sembcorp Marine

Recruitment issues, Covid issues and project delays contributed to an annus horribilis for Singapore’s Sembcorp Marine, which recorded a net loss of S$1.171 billion (US$738.6 million) for 2021 after making provisions for a total of S$839 million. However, Sembmarine management is convinced that the worst is now behind the company. …

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Denbury Resources unveils 2022 plans and new carbon solution agreements

U.S. independent Denbury Resources on Thursday announced a slight increase in its 2022 capital expenditure for oil and natural gas development to $290 million to $320 million from $252 million in 2021. In the middle of this range, $115 million will be spent on Cedar Creak Anticline (CCA) enhanced oil …

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Putin’s warnings on Ukraine pipeline resonate as Germany suspends Nord Stream 2 approvals

Russian President Vladimir Putin has strongly criticized the ‘dilapidated’ state of Ukraine’s gas transmission network, raising concerns that the Kremlin is using this argument to justify restrictions on gas shipments via this route in retaliation for a German decision to halt the approval process for the controversial Nord Stream 2 …

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Goodbye chabata, get into online fraud… people are being scammed on the internet

the herald Roselyne Sachiti Features, Health & Company Editor-in-Chief While some criminals still use old fashioned tricks to scam unsuspecting people, others use social media and the internet to scam job seekers. Lately, people have been complaining about being tricked online by scammers who are spreading job ads through social …

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Audit Reveals Eoin Ó Broin Claimed Most Ineligible Expenses During Last Dáil

Sinn Féin’s Eoin Ó Broin claimed €2,700 in ineligible expenses at the last Dáil, according to a random audit. Former Dáil TDs and Senators have been randomly selected for an independent audit by Mazars to ensure they are able to show relevant receipts/documents, within the expense categories allowed in the …

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Solving the income challenge | Kiplinger

For many people, one of life’s most daunting financial challenges is how to transition into retirement. Going from a steady paycheck to being responsible for generating your own income stream and regulating how you spend your savings is a giant leap. A recent Schwab study found that nearly three in …

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Coinbase, Budweiser and more pay an average of $6.5 million for 30-second Super Bowl ads

A 30-second Super Bowl LVI ad slot, airing Sunday on NBC, averages $6.5 million this year, and there’s no shortage of buyers, The Wall Street Journal reports. Companies representing booming industries like cryptocurrency, home COVID-19 testing, electric vehicle charging and online sports betting will run their first Super Bowl ads …

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Are we at the dawn of a new era of nuclear proliferation?

In Vienna, American and Iranian officials are races to find a way back to the abandoned 2015 deal to restrict Iran’s nuclear program before Tehran’s uranium enrichment progressed so far, it is no longer plausible to go back. Things have already gone so far, indeed, that some observers wonder if …

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A train to nowhere | The week

How much can a train cost? According to the latest projections from the California High Speed ​​Rail Authority, the answer is more than $100 billion. In a business plan released on On Tuesday, the agency raised its estimate of the cost of building a 500-mile system linking San Francisco and …

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Make “turquoise” hydrogen at home to generate your own carbon-free heat and electricity

A Seattle-based startup that wants its customers to produce their own hydrogen turquoise from natural gas — then burn it to produce carbon-free heat and power — has attracted $30 million in funding from investors , including Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates. Modern Electron says the new investment — from an …

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Nvidia’s RTX 3090 Ti graphics card could cost nearly $4,000

It’s well known that owning a gaming PC can and will be quite expensive, with parts needing to be upgraded every few years or so. Graphics cards being among the most expensive for top-tier cards. by Galax Nvidia RTX 3090Ti is no exception with a potential cost of nearly $4,000. …

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Cheryl wears a green turtleneck as she promotes the Feel vitamin range on Instagram

Cheryl made a rare appearance on social media on Friday to rave about the Feel vitamin line. Looking typically glamorous in a green turtleneck and with her shiny brown hair cascading in loose curls over her shoulders, the Girls Aloud star, 38, has revealed friends and family have asked her …

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‘Black Thursday’ for Britons as energy bills and interest rates soar

Millions of households across the UK will face fuel poverty and more financial hardship after being hit by a ‘double whammy’ in the cost of living. On a day that has been widely described as ‘Black Thursday’, Ofgem announced at 11am that the energy price cap would rise by a …

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Graham Nash and India Arie become the latest artists to leave Spotify rather than Joe Rogan

Graham Nash and India Arie are clearly not happy with Spotify’s response to their Joe Rogan controversy. Nash and Arie have become the latest artists to announce they will be removing their music from the streaming platform in protest against Joe Rogan’s podcast The Joe Rogan Experience, through The Hollywood …

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Swiss woman rents balcony tent for £400 a month

Woman rents a tent on her balcony for £400 a month – who needs a roof, huh? The 27-year-old wants a roommate to help share the costs of her flat in Zurich, Switzerland, but offers the unusual setup of a two-person tent on her balcony with ‘a view of the …

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Cost of living crisis: the pressure continues

If Boris Johnson manages to keep his job he will have more to worry about than the 10 lockdown parties, Kate Andrews says in The spectator. A much bigger problem is the worsening cost of living crisis. Annual CPI inflation hit 5.4% in December – a 30-year high – and …

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Britain’s first Ikea mini opens next month in Hammersmith

Ikea today confirmed that its new London store will open next month as it increases its presence on the high street. The outlet will open in Hammersmith, west London, on February 24 with a new ‘small store’ format – the first time UK customers will be able to buy a …

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As PM urges nation to return to office, 60 public service jobs are announced with WFH

The Civil Service is still advertising ‘work from home’ jobs in blatant disregard of the latest Covid rule update. A total of 59 ministry jobs have recently been listed with ‘working from home’ as a possibility, although ministers are insisting that workers return to the office. Among the vacancies advertised …

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FCA reveals plans to crack down on Bitcoin and crypto promoters

It comes as Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak highlighted plans to crack down on unregulated and potentially misleading advertising for crypto products and services. The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has proposed tougher restrictions as it seeks to curb potentially dangerous high-risk investments for consumers, including bitcoin and cryptocurrency …

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Milford Haven roofer must pay £6,000 compensation

A depressed roofer who admitted misleading a vulnerable customer has been ordered to pay £6,000 compensation and given a suspended six-month prison sentence. Scott Keane, of St Davids Close, Milford Haven, admitted four counts of unfair trading when he appeared at Haverfordwest Magistrates’ Court in November last year. These included …

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Nightmare draw for Britain’s No. 1 at Australian Open

Emma Raducanu received a nightmarish draw at the Australian Open, after being matched with 2017 US Open champion Sloane Stephens. Raducanu will play his first Grand Slam since his decisive victory at the US Open last September, with her form leading to the event a cause for concern following a …

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“Motored” power plant for rent – ​​The Voice

South Holland business owners worried about their future energy bills can lease Sutton Bridge Power Station. Together with its sister plant in South Wales, the plant could produce enough electricity for two million homes, but both are mothballed. The owners of both power stations went into receivership during the first …

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Tesco fights to prevent German invasion as debts threaten rivals

As household budgets are squeezed by soaring inflation, the landscape is poised to become more fiercely competitive than ever. An ability to withstand some of the cost pressures will be a huge boon in these difficult times, a point Aldi is keen to take home with a ominous warning to …

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Climate science: greenwashing? What does this have to do with climate change? | Opinion

No, this is not an article about the local laundromat, or special detergents that will do magic on soiled items. It is an attempt by some companies spending millions of dollars on advertising to project a “clean” and responsible image. It takes various forms. This is done with the aim …

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Hard rates ahead in marine liability market, Miller broker warns

Insurance broker Miller predicts that rates in the marine liability market will remain tough as insurers continue to demand more premiums. In the wake of the Jan. 1 renewals and upcoming renewals of protection and indemnity reinsurance, Miller said in a report that insurers have “persisted in expressing their belief …

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School Closures, Mourning Students and Social Media Slang: Phil Redmond Talks About His Plans for Grange Hill – the Movie | Television

From the bodies of brookside under the patio across the Emmerdale plane crash at Luke Morgan’s Rape at Hollyoaks, Phil Redmond has always been able to frame a story. Sitting in his home office, the flowing gray locks now clearing a bit, the 72-year-old scouser who orchestrated them all gestures …

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Ask Janice: How do you get out of a rut and change your life?

Dear Janice, how do I get out of the rut I’m in? It’s the start of another year that everyone is looking forward to, but not me. It has nothing to do with all the Covid restrictions because I have felt like this for years. I don’t like where I …

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what awaits the daily press in the East in 2022

Posted: 6:30 a.m. January 1, 2022 Editor-in-chief David Powles takes a look at what’s in store for the EDP in 2022. First of all, I wish you a Happy New Year and thank you for your support of the Eastern Daily Press in 2021. Whether in print or online, every …

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Aldi Launches Sale With Up To 50% Off, Including Kevin The Carrot Toys

The BUDGET-FRIENDLY Aldi store has reduced the prices of many items by up to 50% in its winter sales. Shoppers can search for discounts on home, beauty, toys, and baby items online and in-store. 6 Aldi has launched its winter sales which offer all kinds of items at lower prices …

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Mark Drakeford’s Wales is Tory’s best ad

English pubs and clubs are feverishly preparing for one of their busiest nights of the year, but for the rest of the UK 2021 is set to end with more moans than bangs. Decentralization has established itself as the party animal par excellence. In Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, decentralized …

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US investigative office concerned about funding for CCS projects

The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) said only three of the 11 carbon capture and storage projects funded by the Department of Energy (DoE) since 2009 were operational – and only two still are. The GAO released a report assessing the success of DoE funding and the money that could …

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Let’s take a look at some great games that stole our hearts this year.

Hyderabad: Looking back, 2021 has been a year of delays before it even started, as many games and gaming devices launched in 2021 were expected to reach us in 2020. The PS5 eventually arrived in India and became increasingly scarce as Sony struggled to ramp up production to meet global …

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Analyst Charges APCON on Pricing Behavior in Advertising Market

Rahim AkingboluDays before the official adoption of the Advertising Industry Standard of Practice (AISOP), economist and founder of ValueFronteria, a research institute based on business data, Professor Martin Ike-Muonso, urged the Council of Advertising Practitioners of Nigeria (APCON) to step back and reconsider “the dangerous measures it is taking in …

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Complaints increase as ABAC judges big brands

New data shows complaints have increased dramatically in recent years during ABAC’s latest 2021 rundown of decisions, which features top beer brands, seltzers and brewery social media posts. A trio of complaints about the Carlton & United Breweries brands and Lion’s XXXX ads were all dismissed, as were a number …

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CGX warns of delays and higher costs of drilling campaign in Guyana

Canadian operator CGX Energy has indicated that drilling the Kawa-1 exploration well in the Corentyne block off Guyana will take longer than initially expected, and costs are also expected to rise. CGX dug the shallow-water prospect Kawa-1 on August 22, using the Maersk Drilling Maersk Discoverer semi-submersible platform, and planned …

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Streetwise: Can a shipowner take on too little debt?

This week’s edition of Streetwise examines whether it is possible for a public shipowner to have too little debt. Subscribe to tinyurl.com/twstreetwise. ___________________________________________ The shipping graveyard is littered with the carcasses of companies that have found themselves too indebted at a time when market cycles have turned against them. Restructuring, …

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How to start the DLC The Contract in GTA Online? What is the price of the agency and where are the locations?

It’s time to go into business with two gaming legends with the release of The DLC contract update in GTA Online. Franklin Clinton and Dr. Dre return for this set of new high-flying missions, and there’s a whole new Agency property to add to your portfolio. The deal might not …

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US Bureau of Land Management’s rental policy hammered out in new report

The United States Government Accounting Office is the latest federal agency to suggest an overhaul of the Bureau of Land Management’s leasing policies for oil and gas exploration and production. In a new report, GAO suggests that BLM’s guidelines be changed and that its rental fees be reviewed. BLM’s rental …

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You can get paid £ 64,000 to travel the world for a year

Calling all explorers, there is a once-in-a-lifetime job opportunity that could help satisfy any travel urge in the last few years of interrupted travel plans. You could be paid up to £ 64,000 to travel the world for a year on an all-expenses-paid trip, ticking 12 countries across seven continents …

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DAVID DELANEY: Cape Breton Regional Municipality Council elected to make decisions, don’t hide behind polls

The Cape Breton regional municipal government wants to hear from us. Specifically, he wants us to tell him what to do, if anything, with regard to the temporary signs. We know those. They advertise everything from car sales to zero carbon devices, and pretty much everything in between. They are …

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Fly from London to San Francisco with a single tank of liquid hydrogen: UK unveils taxpayer-backed concept plane

A concept aircraft that can travel nearly 10,000 km on a single tank of liquid hydrogen has been unveiled as part of a £ 15million ($ 19.9million) UK government-funded project. “Up to 279 passengers could fly between London and San Francisco directly or Auckland, New Zealand, with just one [refuelling] …

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Strictly’s Craig Revel Horwood’s ‘fab-u-lous’ slogan in Dreams ad sparks argument with BBC

Craig Revel Horwood appearance in TV commercial for bedding company that broke the strictures BBC rules sparked controversy. The judge is now the star of an advertising campaign for the Dreams bedding company, becoming the face of the company’s lineup. However, they came under fire when they used Craig’s signature …

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The American shale could see its investment spending increase by almost 20% in 2022: Rystad

Rising oil and gas prices are expected to lead to higher spending at U.S. shale fields in 2022, with Rystad Energy forecasting an increase of nearly 20% year-over-year. In a new report on the segment, Rystad said it expects capital spending in the U.S. shale to grow from $ 69.8 …

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Paramilitary money lenders targeted in new TV commercial hoped to deter vulnerable people from falling prey

The soaring cost of living could force more people to fall into the hands of paramilitary money lenders, it is feared. And the Advice NI volunteer group is already warning of a “spike” in people seeking help with growing debts. The concerns arose when Justice Minister Naomi Long launched a …

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NHS medics drawn to full-time jobs to sign as substitutes with awards and vacations

Medical agencies trying to poach medics to do locum work in the NHS are offering £ 5,000 Rolex watches and luxury vacations for referrals, it was learned last night. The tactic has sparked outrage as the health service struggles to fill 93,000 vacancies while trying to clear a backlog of …

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Get 12 months of Hulu for just $ 0.99 per month in this fantastic Black Friday streaming deal

Just because you’re not in the big budget electrical appliance market doesn’t mean you can’t grab some great deals this Black Friday. Many streaming services have started cutting prices, but Hulu has taken it one step further with not only one of the cheapest discounted subscriptions, but also one of …

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New York to allow 800,000 non-citizens to vote in local elections

“Someone who has lived here for 30 days will have a say in how we increase our taxes, our debt and our long-term pension liabilities,” he said. “These are things that temporary residents shouldn’t have a say in. “ The push to allow non-citizens to vote in New York comes …

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Global logistics congestion costs hospital charities lives

Urgently needed medical supplies in places like earthquake-stricken southwest Haiti are on hold for a long time as clinic-in-a-box provider Medical Bridges has to struggling to find a shipping capacity to the 90 countries it serves. The small US-based medical mission is representative of a large sector of charitable endeavors …

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Apple Music sued over track that allegedly sampled an original song

Apple Music was sued for alleged copyright infringement, “false and misleading advertising” and business association with transphobia. Apple Music Apple has been accused of including a track in Apple Music that infringes the copyright of an original song. At the same time, the copyright holder alleges that Apple took advantage …

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World’s largest offshore wind farm “unprofitable” for Equinor, say government-funded researchers

Equinor’s investment in Dogger Bank – the world’s largest offshore wind project under construction – will not pay off, according to a study funded by the Norwegian government. The new research raises tough questions about the energy transition strategy of the state-controlled Norwegian oil and gas giant. The study was …

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The three best Black Friday deals: unlimited SIM-only data deals, cheap phone deals, and low-cost broadband

Now is the time to commit to one of Three’s best deals. Whether you’re sticking with an existing handset and signing up for a SIM-only plan, getting a brand new phone with a monthly contract, or looking for plug-and-play broadband, the Three website has a lot to offer ahead of …

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Vietnamese workers hesitate to return after Covid outbreak

Thu Trang traveled to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam in 2019 excited to find a factory job. She worked eight-hour shifts and was guaranteed overtime pay, and the pay was almost three times what she had earned as a farmer in her country. But during a Covid-19 outbreak this summer, …

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