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    Technology -Sep 27, 2017
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    When Volkswagen announced it was working on a retro microbus that will be for sale in 2022, people went nuts. After all, it's a classic. Which is why you might want to sit down for the company's most recent news: Soon you'll be able to park the iconic retro style you love in your kitchen, thanks to Volkswagen's partnership with Slovenian kitchen appliance designer Gorenje.   Gorenje The two companies joined forces to create the Gorenje Retro special edition VW Bulli refrigerato...
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    Entertainment -Sep 27, 2017
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    The Limestone Coast has a range of accommodation options available that will suit couples, families and single travellers. Book now. Stay and play The Limestone Coast is the perfect self-drive destination, with accommodation to suit all budgets. Mount Gambier is a great place to start your trip. It's an equal distance from Adelaide to Melbourne. You will find a wide variety of accommodation throughout the Limestone Coast, including motor inns, holiday parks, apartments, hotels and lux...
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    Business -Sep 27, 2017
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    TOKYO (Kyodo) -- The head of Japanese advertising giant Dentsu Inc.admitted Friday to the company's labor practice violations in a trial held at a Tokyo court following the high-profile suicide of a new recruit due to excessive working hours. Related stories Economic prosperity at a personal cost Overtime caps give Japan Inc. chance to reform Dentsu President Toshihiro Yamamoto also apologized for the death of 24-year-old Matsuri Takahashi in December 2015, saying, "I offer my he...
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    Technology -Sep 27, 2017
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    Twitter has announced it is trialling a new 280-character limit to allow users to "easily express themselves" - but the site's users have been predictably snarky. The fun started when Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey took to the social media platform on Tuesday to announce the change.   #Apple  #Iphone
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    Entertainment -Sep 27, 2017
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    Game of Thrones stars Kit Harington and Rose Leslie have got engaged, it has been confirmed. After a huge amount of speculation, an official announcement has been published in the Times newspaper. The couple met on the fantasy show in 2012, where they played on-screen lovers Jon Snow and Ygritte. Leslie left the cast two years later while Harington has become one of the show's biggest stars - appearing in all seven series of the popular TV drama.                                  ...
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    Education -Sep 27, 2017
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    Scotland's draft climate change plan lacks credibility, according to an independent body. The UK Committee on Climate Change (CCC) found the plan focused too much on the rapid deployment of low carbon heating rather than addressing wider areas like transport emissions. But it added that the Scottish government was still leading the UK on tackling greenhouse gas emissions. The Scottish government said it showed "the strong progress being made". Ministers met the 2015 target to reduce ...
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    Family & Home -Sep 27, 2017
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    Ministers should tighten the UK's official climate change target - or face the courts, the government's former chief scientist has said. Prof Sir David King is supporting a legal case forcing ministers to shrink carbon emissions to zero by 2050. He says the current government goal - an 80% emissions cut by the same date - is too weak to protect the climate. Ministers have promised more ambitious climate policies in their forthcoming and long-delayed Clean Growth plan. But Prof King t...
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    Recreation -Sep 27, 2017
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    The world's botanic gardens contain about a third of all known plants and help protect 40% of endangered species, a study has found. Scientists say that with one in five of the world's plants on the brink of extinction, botanic collections hold the key to saving rare plant life. In the first detailed study of plants grown in botanical gardens, they recorded more than 100,000 species. Efforts are needed to target some of our rarest plants, they say. "This is the first time that we hav...
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    Recreation -Sep 27, 2017
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    BBC correspondent Quentin Sommerville is on the ruined streets of Raqqa - so-called Islamic State's 'capital' city. Syrian Democratic Forces and Western-led bombardments have pushed IS forces back into just a few square kilometres. Those civilians who have not fled are trapped.  
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