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12/16/2017
Mystery over deaths of billionaire couple Barry, Honey Sherman - The Australian


The Australian

Mystery over deaths of billionaire couple Barry, Honey Sherman
The Australian
Canadian police are investigating the mysterious deaths of pharmaceuticals billionaire Barry Sherman, founder of Apotex Inc, and his wife Honey, whose bodies were found in their Toronto mansion. Post-mortem examinations would be conducted on Saturday ...
Autopsies Underway for Canadian Billionaires Found DeadU.S. News & World Report
Mystery over deaths of Canadian billionaire coupleStuff.co.nz
Autopsies being performed after Apotex founder Barry Sherman, wife Honey found dead in mansionGlobalnews.ca
Huffington Post Canada -Gympie Times -ABC Online -The Straits Times
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12/16/2017
A kitchen tap sold by Aldi has been found to contain dangerous levels of lead - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

A kitchen tap sold by Aldi has been found to contain dangerous levels of lead
NEWS.com.au
A KITCHEN tap sold by Aldi to some 12,000 Aussie households has been revealed to contain dangerous levels of lead, according to a new test. John Rolfe. News Corp Australia NetworkDecember 16, 20179:45pm. Video; Image. Is this ALDI tap safe for your ...
New tests show Aldi tap contains dangerous lead levels9news.com.au
The truth about Aldi's controversial kitchen tap — lab results disclosedDaily Telegraph
An $80 Chinese-made kitchen tap from Aldi DOES contain dangerous levels of lead, new tests revealDaily Mail
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12/16/2017
General strike in Israel over layoffs - The Australian

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General strike in Israel over layoffs
The Australian
Israel's trade union federation Histadrut has called for a nationwide general strike on Sunday to protest planned massive layoffs at Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, the world's largest generic drug producer and Israel's largest company. The strike will ...
Israel's public sector grinds to halt for Teva 'solidarity' strikei24NEWS
Nation girds for general strike today in protest of Teva layoffsThe Jerusalem Post
Teva - Aggressive Cuts Provide ReliefSeeking Alpha
Yahoo News -The Center for Biosimilars -The Columbian -Luxora Leader
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12/17/2017
More Steinhoff victims - Independent Online

Independent Online

More Steinhoff victims
Independent Online
Chief executive of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) Nicky Newton-King, Treasury director-general Dondo Mogajane, Minister of Finance Malusi Gigaba and Deputy Minister of Finance Sfiso Buthelezi attend a briefing about the Steinhoff debacle at the ...
Deloitte to be probed in Steinhoff mess – reportBusinessTech
Now Deloitte faces double probeFin24
Steinhoff's ex-chairman Wiese calls off $2.6 billion Shoprite dealTODAYonline

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12/16/2017
Black paint that stays cool could solve common summer problem - Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

Black paint that stays cool could solve common summer problem
Daily Telegraph
ROASTING dashboards and steering wheels, feet-scorching asphalt, burning leather sofas and sun-warped electronics — the colour black isn't something that pairs well with our summer heat. That's of course because a black surface absorbs the most ...

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12/16/2017
Biggest ever parcel delivery day expected Monday - Tasmania Examiner

Tasmania Examiner

Biggest ever parcel delivery day expected Monday
Tasmania Examiner
Monday will be the biggest parcel delivery day in Australia Post's history, with over two-and-a-half million parcels set to pass through its networks. It seems more people are shopping online than ever before this Christmas. Monday will be the biggest ...
Record Aust parcel deliveries on MondayDaily Mail

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12/16/2017
Faring badly: Uber struggles to make inroads in Japan - Yahoo7 News

Yahoo7 News

Faring badly: Uber struggles to make inroads in Japan
Yahoo7 News
Tokyo (AFP) - Uber may be shredding business models for taxi firms the world over but it is struggling to make inroads in Japan, where risk-averse passengers prefer to stick to their high-quality traditional taxi service. Faring badly: Uber struggles ...
Analysis pinpoints surge limit when cabs become cheaper than UberNEWS.com.au
Winnipeg's taxi industry fighting back against ride sharing by-lawCTV News
Taxi companies seek court injunction over ride-hailing bylawWinnipeg Free Press
Daily Mail
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12/16/2017
Go fly a drone — but only in these places - Gladstone Observer

Gladstone Observer

Go fly a drone — but only in these places
Gladstone Observer
DRONE zones will be established across Brisbane under an Australia-first plan to deal with a boom in unmanned aerial vehicles. Brisbane City Council has launched a six-month trial for people to use drones weighing up to 2kg in 10 parks across the city ...

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12/14/2017
Infamous 'Wolf of Wall Street' Jordan Belfort slams Bitcoin as a 'huge danger' - Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

Infamous 'Wolf of Wall Street' Jordan Belfort slams Bitcoin as a 'huge danger'
Daily Telegraph
THE real 'Wolf of Wall Street' who rose to infamy when he plead guilty to stockmarket manipulation has slammed Bitcoin, labelling the cryptocurrency a “huge danger.” Jordan Belfort, the former stockbroker who's life was depicted in the 2007 Hollywood ...
'Real Wolf of Wall Street' Takes Up the Bitcoin Bubble ChantBitcoinist
Real life Wolf of Wall Street says Bitcoin is a 'huge scam'Buzz.ie
Jordan Belfort Calls Bitcoin a Huge ScamLive Bitcoin News
Luxora Leader -The Independent -Brinkwire (press release) -Metro
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12/16/2017
Too Ugg-ly for public consumption? - Gippsland Times

HelloGiggles

Too Ugg-ly for public consumption?
Gippsland Times
As offences go, it's one of your more peculiar. Not very rock'n'roll at all in fact. See your ad here. Joanne Catherall of synth pop band Human League has been, er, booted out of a Qantas business lounge. No, she hadn't necked 17 midori and lemonades ...
An airline is banning travelers from wearing UGG boots in their business lounges, and people are NOT happyHelloGiggles
Why airlines shouldn't have dress codes for first-class airport loungesThe Independent
Woman Says Her Uggs Got Her Banned From This Airline's LoungeRefinery29
Condé Nast Traveler -Brit + Co -Footwear News -Kaplan Herald
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