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NEWS (LAST 200)
Market Report: Speedy Hire crashes to a ...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Harry Potter and th...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Treatment of Greece...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Wrong account of my...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Corrections and cla...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: A river runs throug...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: The Heathrow report...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Memory, forgetting ...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Wonders of Wagner c...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: The Effect
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: More online John Fo...
02/07/2015: WEATHER: Weather view
02/07/2015: WEATHER: Country Diary...
02/07/2015: CROSSWORD: Guardian cryptic ...
02/07/2015: CROSSWORD: theguardian tomor...
Vincent Tchenguiz challenges ruling he c...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Syriza can’t just...
NSW man extradited to WA over child sex...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Height linked to p...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Jury clears Coulso...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Greece’s confront...
02/07/2015: FINANCIAL: £2
VIDEO: Wild animal ban affects Mexican c...
Water park blast victim dies
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Clues to flu vacci...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: {150}
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Sorry, London: you...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Shoenberg’s role ...
02/07/2015: FINANCIAL: 15%
02/07/2015: FINANCIAL: £ 150m
02/07/2015: NEWS: A tantalising glimpse ...
02/07/2015: NEWS: Pensioners at last abl...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: The Flying Dutchman...
02/07/2015: INTERNATIONAL: Isis overruns...
02/07/2015: INTERNATIONAL: Bullock denou...
Kiwi journalists receives ecstatic welco...
02/07/2015: OBITUARIES: Other lives...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: UK swelters in hot...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Theory of comet or...
02/07/2015: NEWS: Debt and default: the ...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: First night Suchet...
BBC rejects UK MPs push to call IS Daesh...
New surrogacy laws pass in SA
Judiciary ‘needs to calm down’...
02/07/2015: NEWS: A Qatari ‘movie star...
02/07/2015: NEWS: Highlights Coats, jarg...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Victims named...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: After Tunisia shoo...
02/07/2015: INTERNATIONAL: Saudi prince ...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: 1.1m
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: 7%
02/07/2015: INTERNATIONAL: Twitter emplo...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Flight log
02/07/2015: FRONT PAGE: Germany turns th...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Widespread anger e...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Fracking report wa...
Unconfirmed reports multiple people foun...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Fruit farm manager...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Minister puts case...
02/07/2015: NEWS: Referendum ploy may ha...
Many Republicans object as US, Cuba plan...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Taking to the sea f...
Fresh push in Iran nuclear talks in Tehr...
North Korea opens new showcase airport t...
02/07/2015: INTERNATIONAL: Unesco hopes ...
02/07/2015: INTERNATIONAL: 1.7%
02/07/2015: INTERNATIONAL: Hotter weathe...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Jury in girls’ m...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: DWP to drop child ...
GM Jerry Dipoto resigns after 3 1/2 year...
02/07/2015: INTERNATIONAL: Court awards ...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Missing Muslim fam...
02/07/2015: FINANCIAL: John Lewis to cha...
Stripper Jazzy Os amazing double life...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: A lot of hot air, ...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: ‘British Schindl...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Bleached skulls, va...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Call over Wimbledo...
02/07/2015: INTERNATIONAL: Uniqlo launch...
02/07/2015: NEWS: € 1.6bn
02/07/2015: INTERNATIONAL: Security law ...
Sickness benefit shake-up considered...
02/07/2015: OBITUARIES: He is national h...
02/07/2015: OBITUARIES: Birthdays
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: So what if poor, ho...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Howard Davies think...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Bostridge/Wybrew...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Philharmonia/ Dohn...
02/07/2015: NEWS: Blair’s 19 emails ur...
Pedophile stuck in West Australian jail...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Syriza can’t just...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Sturgeon tops list...
02/07/2015: FINANCIAL: Auditors ‘faile...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Firm yes for Heath...
02/07/2015: FINANCIAL: BoE warns Greek c...
02/07/2015: FINANCIAL: Mothers flock to ...
Nurse fined for professional misconduct...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: The Heathrow report...
02/07/2015: INTERNATIONAL: I have no rig...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Memory, forgetting ...
02/07/2015: FINANCIAL: Gleneagles hooked...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: The Nazis, Germany ...
02/07/2015: WEATHER: Weatherwatch
02/07/2015: FINANCIAL: Heathrow wins air...
02/07/2015: FINANCIAL: Packing up shop...
Focus is on jobs over same-sex bill...
02/07/2015: FINANCIAL: Ryanair starts pe...
02/07/2015: INTERNATIONAL: From teeth to...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Watson celebrates ...
VIDEO: Gatwick campaigners react to repo...
02/07/2015: WEATHER: Today
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Where the 7:84 thea...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Now is the time to ...
02/07/2015: INTERNATIONAL: Great Barrier...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Can Churchill’s g...
02/07/2015: INTERNATIONAL: Obama speeds ...
02/07/2015: INTERNATIONAL: Vatican hesit...
Man stabbed during Qld street fight...
02/07/2015: JOURNAL: Harry Potter and th...
02/07/2015: NATIONAL: Rolling back the y...
Bullying endemic at hospital
Video highlights: PwC Herald Talks Innov...
Three times Kiwi refs upset the world...
Xiaomis H1 handset sales put full-year t...
Football: Horror own-goal sends England ...
John Campbells return to 7PM
Jordan Spieth writes himself into histor...
Hollywoods biggest feuds: Whos in the wr...
America’s new favourite fast food...
Bridge - a bid too far? The game’s adv...
UN imposes first sanctions on South Suda...
Late mishap dooms Englands World Cup cha...
AFL in no rush over drugs review
Half of women are overweight during preg...
News24.com | Libya peace talks stall aga...
Australia hails tremendous UN barrier re...
Mouthy Kyrgios avoids sanctioning
17 soldiers dead in Sinai; ISIS claims r...
News24.com | Bus falls off bridge, kills...
Silver Ferns coach Waimarama Taumaunu sa...
Multiple deaths suspected in Ashburton...
Greece in limbo: Shuttered banks keep li...
Taiwan fireball: Second person dies...
Brumbies halfback Nic White gets run ove...
Timely rain delay boosts profitability o...
NSW man extradited to face child sex abu...
Tim Carmody resigns: former Chief Justic...
NYC to review Trump contracts after cont...
Ramadan Question: What if someone forget...
Second person dies from injuries in Taiw...
3 Asians on trial in Sharjah on robbery ...
Boy chained and whipped; face burned wit...
How rugby league can get the taxman onsi...
Models strut their stuff for shot at fas...
Elderly father trapped for days with dea...
Ali al-Talebi, accused of handing over w...
Magpies need to start toppling the best...
Fancy a holiday George Michaels place or...
Canberras tourists stay longer and spend...
Wimbledon 2015: I can beat him - Bernard...
Jon Lester on his improvement
Cook Islands warns jet blast thrillseeke...
Wife-killer Cullen jailed for 30 years...
Labor on attack over royal commission...
Fairfax to cut jobs in SA
Theres still hope for Masters: UBS...
Australias new gag law slammed
Ramping policy ‘puts patients at risk...
The ISIS terror threat
Man in custody after AFP raid in Sydney...
Rio chief shrugs off iron ore pessimism...
Top American diplomat in Cuba in line to...
Altuve helps Astros sweep Royals with 6-...
Harley Bennell photos: AFL boss says Gol...
The worst own goals of all time
Markets Live: Bulls are in control...
Asian stocks gain as US data eclipses Gr...
Al Dar service station reopens in Sharja...
Englands worst World Cup moments
Joe Maddon on the Cubs victory
Atlas Iron re-opens all its mines
Stosur eyes career-best Wimbledon run...
Gay marriage: Liberals will absolutely g...
Stay indoors: Police raid Sydney home...
Tomic to serve it up to Djokovic
Dogs confirm concerns about AFL star...
Cubs Starlin Castro on "Respect 90"...
White Sox Game Day: Lead Cardinals 2-1...
What they said about gay marriage
Panthers seek playmaker inspiration...
Man, 34, charged with sex assault of gir...
France-based players Mitchell and Giteau...
Environment Court finds Fonterra guilty ...
Asian couple admits affair to get marrie...
NZ reporters return after Gaza boarding...
Spot the difference: Facebook introduces...
Latest gold and currency rates in UAE to...
Hung parly shows off private business...
Armed man on loose in Masterton
Jon Lester envisions springboard for Cub...

REVIEWS & PREVIEWS (LAST 60)
Poltergeist Review
Review: Power 106 FMs Powerhouse at Hond...
Hardcover Business Best Sellers
TBR: Inside the List
Paperback Business Best Sellers
Graphic Books
Hardcover Advice
Live: LMFAO has fun with debauchery...
Paperback Mass-Market Fiction
Paperback Advice
Paperback Nonfiction
Live: The Clean stays youthful at the Ec...
Live: The Beach Boys at the Hollywood Bo...
Hardcover Nonfiction
Live: Lil Kim good, not quite great at K...
Shaggy, Alison Hinds, Tarrus Riley shine...
Van Halen at Staples Center: Arena rock ...
Live: Santigolds retro party
Hardcover Fiction
Paperback Trade Fiction
Review: Grimes, Grouplove and more at Ma...
Review: Nickelback at Staples Center...
Childrens Books
These Unreal Engine 4 Scenes Are Unbelie...
17 Video Game Villains Who Had Hidden He...
The 18 Scariest Shinji Mikami Moments Th...
The Ultimate Graphic Novel Summer Readin...
Fan conventions that could be way more f...
GS News - Batman PC Issues Were Long Kno...
This is how you dress for Comic-Con...
Dota 2 International Hits Prize Pool Mil...
Dolphin leaps on boat, lands on O.C. wom...
Rapacious romance readers prompt all-you...
8 Underwater Photography Questions Answe...
Tamera Mowry-Housley welcomes second chi...
You Can Play Street Fighter 5 At These S...
Star Wars Battlefront Dev: "We Did Not W...
Uncharted 4 Single-Player Is 1080p/30FPS...
Dark Pit Amiibo Is Exclusive to Best Buy...
The Complete History of the Fallout Univ...
Gamings 4 Biggest Backstabbers In 2 Minu...
Halo 5 Panel at Comic-Con Will Discuss "...
Now Theyre Making a Monopoly Movie...
A dire threat to public employees from t...
Prosecutors to seek death penalty for pa...
A Look Back at Final Fantasy 15s Trouble...
Bobbi Kristina was seen by a Chicago doc...
Assassins Creed Obstacle Course Coming B...
Susan Ahn Cuddy dies at 100; pioneering ...
Xbox One Fallout 4 Preorders Go Live, Co...
Shyp to reclassify its couriers as emplo...
Obama administration reportedly hinders ...
Keep Shooting Through The Rain With A To...
PlayStation Plus Free Games of July 2015...
How much fun is Fallout Shelter? - The ...
Doctors, hospitals get $6.5 billion from...
Console-Like Graphics Come to Mobile Wit...
WWE 2K16 Has More Than 120 Playable Wres...
Is Destiny exploiting its players for pr...
Black Ops 3 DLCs PS4 Exclusivity Was "Ri...



Last week I was invited to a party at Watermark Books in King’s Cross station. It’s next to Platform 9 3/4, where there’s always a snaking queue of Harry Potter fans waiting to have their picture taken while holding the handles of a baggage trolley... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 07:01:02)
Rafael Behr is right that Greece’s tragedy does not invalidate the case for the EU (The EU is not a conspiracy against democracy, 1 July). But he is too kind to Europe’s leaders, who display precious little humility or respect for national feeling. As... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 07:01:02)
Normally when newspapers get wrong the story of my conversations with Robin Cook about the end of his marriage, it is to say I asked him to choose between his wife and his lover. A new version appears in your editorial on scientist Tim Hunt (1 July),... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 07:01:02)
An analysis piece (Big guns take aim at Tsipras in this colossal battle of wills, 30 June, page 13) said an estimated 11,000 people had killed themselves in Greece during the hardship wrought by austerity. That figure was for suicides from 1983 to... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 07:01:02)

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Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 07:01:02)

Government inquiries are Britain’s bullfights. They are expensive, ritualised, interminable and the cause of lavish corporate expenditure. They all have the same ending: a man in a suit pirouetting over a pile of bleeding meat. The bleeding meat of... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 07:01:02)

My God, now they are desecrating our memorials! Pictures of “East Europeans”, as the Daily Mail called them, apparently camping out at the 7/7 memorial in Hyde Park, became the stuff of national outrage in the approach to the 10th anniversary of the... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 07:01:02)

n just under five years, Opera North has transformed itself from a company that largely avoided Wagner to establishing a new paradigm for the way his operas might be presented. To describe the company’s concert-hall Ring cycle – for which complete... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 07:01:02)

Under artistic director Daniel Evans, the Crucible has cannily picked up interesting new plays staged elsewhere. The latest is Lucy Prebble’s 2012 National Theatre hit, a challenging, funny and heartbreaking play set during a clinical trial of a new... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 07:01:02)
“Speyer, a wellkept secret in world-jazz composing, delivered an intriguing set, blending Cuban dance, American jazz and European free music” Read More

Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 07:01:02)

Looking upstream at Marlow lock, on the Thames, on a fresh morning that developed into a hot day Share your pictures of this week’s weather at theguardian. com/ weather-view Read More

Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 07:01:02)

David Elliston Allen, chronicler of naturalists in Britain, once described the natural history field club, a Victorian invention popular for its self improvement ethos and convivial excursions into the countryside, as a masterpiece of social... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 07:01:02)
Across 1 Cloistered society bringing back holy hour (6) 4 The Dutch Girls Aloud? (6) 9 Repeat multiple-choice section (4) 10 Peg cheers German man with facial twitch 11 After turbulent stretches of water, express disappointment with cutter (6) 12... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 07:01:02)

Thespian fall-out Ryan Gilbey on why Orson Welles and Laurence nce Olivier locked horns rns The Pax Factor Dermot O’Leary – from talent showss to Trotsky Cycles in a spin Pedals touched by perils, pride, and prejudice Read More

Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 07:01:02)

It’s now clear that Germany and Europe’s powers that be don’t just want the Greek government to bend the knee. They want regime change. Not by military force, of course – this operation is being directed from Berlin and Brussels, rather than... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 07:01:02)

Speedy Hire has not so much ground to a halt as gone into reverse. The tool hire business, down 21.75p to 49p, crashed to a two-year low as chief executive Mark Rogerson quit after just 18 months, after a quite spectacular profit warning.The company said a slow start to the year will mean profits will be “materially below the board’s expectations”. And that is less than two months after full-year profits demolished analyst forecasts.











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Source: The Independent - News (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 04:15:00 GMT)

Vincent Tchenguiz is planning to appeal against a court ruling that he cannot sue the collapsed Icelandic bank Kaupthing in the UK.











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Source: The Independent - News (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 04:45:00 GMT)

Protesters gather outside the hotel where the Iran nuclear talks meetings are being held in Vienna, Austria, July 1, 2015Major-power foreign ministers and the UN atomic watchdog chief were set to launch a fresh two-pronged push Thursday to nail down an elusive nuclear deal with Iran in a sixth day of high-stakes diplomatic poker. International Atomic Energy Agency chief Yukiya Amano was expected to hold talks in Tehran, seeking a way around one of the thorniest issues in the long-running talks: a stalled probe into Iran's suspected nuclear bomb development. The foreign ministers of France, Germany, Britain and China were expected to join the main talks in Vienna, where US Secretary of State John Kerry and Iran's Mohammad Javad Zarif have been locking horns since Saturday.


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Source: Yahoo World News (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 00:36:56 -0400)

The opening ceremony for the new airport terminal for Pyongyang International Airport takes place in the North Korean capital on July 1, 2015North Korea has opened its new airport terminal in the capital, hailing it as a showcase of leader Kim Jong-Un's "unremitting efforts" to put the country's air transport on a world level. Terminal 2 of Pyongyang International Airport, which is reserved for international civilian flights, opened for service Wednesday, state media said. "The terminal was built in a modern way from the gatepost to the airport to departure lounge, entry formalities hall, service halls, etc", the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said.


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Source: Yahoo World News (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 00:23:57 -0400)

FILE - In this April 3, 2015, file photo, Los Angeles Angels general manager Jerry Dipoto speaks to reporters during a news conference in Anaheim, Calif. Dipoto resigned Wednesday, July 1, 2015, abruptly ending his 3 1/2-year tenure with the club amid apparent tensions with manager Mike Scioscia. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — For 3 1/2 years, general manager Jerry Dipoto and manager Mike Scioscia managed to survive disputes and reconciliations in their arranged marriage with the Los Angeles Angels.


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Source: Yahoo World News - Top Stories (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 00:22:27 -0400)
A second person badly burned by the fireball that engulfed a crowd at a water park in Taiwan over the weekend has died from his injuries, local media reported Thursday. Read More

Source: CNN - Top Stories (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 00:40:06 EDT )
A NSW man is alleged to have indecently assaulted a 12-year-old girl at a Perth home he was visiting in 2008. Read More

Source: The Courier Mail - Breaking News (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 04:33:07 GMT)
A WA pedophile has spent twice as long in jail as the sentence that punished him for his crimes but can't be released because there's no accommodation. Read More

Source: The Courier Mail - Breaking News (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 04:33:10 GMT)
A MAN aged in his 40s has been taken to hospital after he was stabbed in the neck during a fight at Mundubbera, west of Hervey Bay. Read More

Source: The Courier Mail - Breaking News (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 04:33:12 GMT)
BIG READ: HER killer's conviction for murdering "extreme stripper" Jazzy O has been confirmed, in a sad ending of a life of wealth and seedy depths. Read More

Source: The Courier Mail - Top Stories (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 02:51:58 GMT)
The PM says the legal definition of marriage is important, but it’s unusual for private members’ bills to reach a vote. Read More

Source: The Australian - News (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 04:17:00 GMT)
There are unconfirmed reports of multiple fatalities at a house in Ashburton this afternoon.Police have cordoned off part of Thomson St, between Wilkins St and Manchester St.It is understood the Fire Service were called to reports... Read More

Source: The New Zealand Herald - National (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 16:17:58 +1200 )
A nurse who used a district health board's fuel card to buy $1860 of petrol for her own car has been fined by a tribunal.Ripeka Hinepari Edwards-Harris was sacked by the Waikato District Health Board following an inquiry in January... Read More

Source: The New Zealand Herald - National (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 16:01:00 +1200 )
A Kiwi journalist has arrived home safely after being detained by Israeli military on an activist ship seeking to break a blockade of Gaza.Maori Television journalist Ruwani Perera and cameraman Jacob Bryant were on board a ship... Read More

Source: The New Zealand Herald - National (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 15:56:32 +1200 )
WASHINGTON (AP) " Loud but hardly universal catcalls from Republicans underscored the obstacles and opportunities ahead as U.S. and Cuban leaders announced an opening of embassies in Havana and Washington and a resumption of diplomatic... Read More

Source: The New Zealand Herald - World ( Thu, 02 Jul 2015 16:15:20 +1200 )
BBC Director General Tony Hall says the broadcaster will not stop using the term IS after more than 120 MPs urged it to start using the word Daesh instead. Read More

Source: The Courier Mail - Breaking News (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 04:22:09 GMT)
NEW surrogacy laws are set to come into force in South Australia after passing state parliament. Read More

Source: The Courier Mail - Breaking News (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 04:22:06 GMT)
UPDATE: The Premier says an independent mediator is needed to “calm things down” following the resignation of Chief Justice Tim Carmody, as she commented on claims he was bullied out of the role. Read More

Source: The Courier Mail - Queensland News (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 04:12:00 GMT)

In the end, Sir Howard Davies didn’t offer a menu. No ifs, no buts, a north-west runway at Heathrow is the “strongest solution,” says the Airports Commission. Gatwick is described as “feasible” but its drawbacks follow in the next breath – capacity... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2015-07-02 06:31:02)
A new law banning the use of wild animals in Mexican circuses comes into effect, meaning many animals must be found new homes. Read More

Source: BBC News - Latin America ( Thu, 02 Jul 2015 05:06:21 GMT )








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