Monday, 30 March 2015

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  • What's happening in Cenla

    17:30 | 28/3/15
    Alexandria Town Talk
    This is a color run which means that colored powder will be thrown at you as you walk or run in certain areas. Proceeds ... Cenla Christian Worship Tour is coordinating the event, and all proceeds go to benefit Arts & Healthcare, Inc. For more ... more»
  • Australian Dollar at the Mercy of Risk Trends on Greece, Fed Outlook

    11:18 | 28/3/15
    Continued quiet on the domestic front is likely to see external forces as the dominant driver of Australian Dollar price action in the week ahead. more»
  • Abbott left out as South Africa lose World Cup thriller

    23:07 | 24/3/15
    Daily Echo
    New Zealand won a thrilling World Cup semi-final - after South Africa controversially dropped Kyle Abbott. Abbott, who could yet return to Hampshire for the end of the forthcoming season, had taken nine World Cup wickets at 14.44 only to be left out ... more»
  • 'No survivors expected' after Airbus carrying 142 passengers crashes in ...

    00:19 | 25/3/15
    Dorset Echo
    An Airbus passenger plane with around 140 people on board has crashed in the French Alps, according to reports. The crash is believed to have happened near the town of Digne and is thought to involve an Airbus A320 flight from Barcelona to Dusseldorf ... more»
  • Airbus plane crashes in French Alps

    12:02 | 25/3/15
    An Airbus A320 plane has crashed in the southern French Alps.  more»
  • RCDG lauds economic development drivers

    12:15 | 25/3/15
    Mansfield News Journal
    Local media organizations have provided coverage of RCDG activities and events; donated design and publication space for campaigns focused on refreshing attitudes toward Richland County and they have been the backbone behind RCDG's efforts to support ... more»
  • Is Auckland International Airport Ltd a good bet for income and growth?

    12:15 | 23/3/15
    Motley Fool Australia
    Defensive investors with an eye on the long term should consider monopoly type infrastructure assets such as Auckland International Airport Ltd (ASX: AIA). This morning Auckland Airport posted strong passenger growth numbers as international passengers ... more»
  • Café Niko: Goodbye, Lari

    08:07 | 28/3/15
    Culinary Backstreets
    In a desk drawer at Istanbul Eats HQ is an envelope of leftovers from days when life was less sedentary: Tajik somoni, Kyrgyz som, Cypriot pounds, a wad of Macedonian denar and a small stack of Georgian lari. As with the last bite on the plate, it's ... more»
  • 12 things you never knew about the Harry Potter series

    04:22 | 27/3/15
    Entertainment Weekly (blog)
    Nigel Newton, the founder and chief executive of Bloomsbury Publishing, said that the day the Bloomsbury editorial committee considered Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, “I cast my vote…in favour, as did everybody else, with alacrity. more»
  • Jesuits have much to teach modern business about morality

    13:00 | 26/3/15
    Financial Times
    Max Weber, one of the founders of modern sociology, is noted within his field for writing about the relationship between the Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism. more»
  • Asian stocks extend global gains as gold climbs; crude retreats

    14:30 | 23/3/15
    BusinessWorld Online Edition
    The MSCI Asia Pacific Index rose a fifth straight day, adding 0.5 percent by 10 a.m. in Tokyo as Japan's Topix index rose 0.5 percent. Standard & Poor's ... “The overriding factor for the Fed is whether they can afford to overstimulate the economy or ... more»
  • Rate cut may lead Australia-New Zealand dollars to parity

    18:26 | 27/3/15
    The Australian Financial Review
    The New Zealand dollar has gained against its Australian counterpart on sliding prices for iron ore exported to China. The kiwi rose to 97.13¢ as at 5pm in Wellington, from 96.98¢ on Thursday. more»
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