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Ways to Amplify Your Hotel Chain’s Online Presence After Covid19

The COVID-19 outbreak has had a profound impact on the hospitality industry. Occupancy rates have plummeted and many hotels have temporarily closed. As things gradually return to normal, hoteliers must find ways to reassert their online presence and attract guests to their properties. Here are some tips for business owners to amplify their hotel chains […]

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The future of LinkedIn is a joke

I recently saw one of the most absurd LinkedIn posts – and chances are you will too. Alex Cohen, product manager for Carbon Health, shared how he saved money for his startup while on a business trip. Instead of ordering room service, Cohen says, he bought raw chicken breast and cooked it using the coffee […]

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Queen Elizabeth’s funeral deserved all that airtime

Not only am I prepared to give American news networks slack for their decision to provide hours and hours of live coverage of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral on Monday. I’m also prepared to defend their general indulgence in America’s fascination with the British royal family, even in the face of more obviously pressing and important […]

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Typhoon Nanmadol hits Japan

Since making landfall in southern Japan as the equivalent of a powerful Category 2 hurricane, deadly Typhoon Nanmadol has weakened – although it hit again on Monday, bringing heavy rain and gusty winds of wind over a vast strip of Japanese islands. The storm has killed at least two people since hitting Japan’s Kagoshima prefecture, […]

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They terminated wanted pregnancies. After Roe, they face new pain.

Ashley Lefebvre clutches her unborn daughter’s urn each night. Sarah Halsey cherishes the little hat worn by her baby who only lived 38 minutes. Abi Frazier moved out of her home with a furnished nursery. All of them terminated wanted pregnancies due to serious medical problems of the fetus. It’s an aspect of abortion rarely […]

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What is dangerous is the lack of data on crime in the United States

Crime is on the political agenda in a big way this year, with Republicans focusing on it as their favorite topic now that gas prices are moderating. Which naturally raises the question: is crime on the rise? To which the shocking answer is – nobody knows. Not because anything unusual is going on, but simply […]

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The Gusties post a pair of 3-0 wins

BOX SCORE 1 | BOX SCORE 2 Dubuque, Iowa — Having just suffered their first two losses of the season in their last two games, Gustavus’ volleyball team was determined to regroup, and the Gusties did so convincingly. The Gusties, who dropped Game 1 of the Invitational 3-1 at UW-Stevens Point on Friday, opened Saturday’s […]

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The week that was: all the right in one article

Subscribe to receive this newsletter straight to your inbox. Hyemin Han share two orders from U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon: one appointing U.S. District Judge for the Eastern District of New York Raymond J. Dearie as special master to oversee claims of privilege in documents seized at Mar-a- Lago on Aug. 8, and another denying […]

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UK to investigate Microsoft takeover of Activision Blizzard

It looks like Microsoft’s assurances to regulators didn’t work out in the end. The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) recently announced that it would move Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard into its second phase for full investigation. Microsoft previously wanted to avoid this development via the blog post it previously published in early September, […]

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Premier League – The next manager to leave in 2022

by Luke AndrewsSeptember 15, 2022 Football can often be a fickle sport, and a Premier League manager’s lifespan can be short if the results don’t go their way. This article assesses who the manager is most likely to leave. We explore why they are in danger and what are the chances that bookmakers […]

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Company Highlights: Twitter Whistleblower, Biotech Push

___ Whistleblower on Twitter bringing security warnings to Congress WASHINGTON — Peiter “Mudge” Zatko, the Twitter whistleblower who warns of security breaches, privacy threats and lax controls on the social platform, will take his case to Congress on Tuesday. Senators who will hear Zatko’s testimony are alarmed by his allegations at a time of heightened […]

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Biden expected to give big oil companies a bailout

White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain has begun tweeting the price of a gallon of gasoline daily, a habit that suits him as long as it continues its steady decline. The idea that President Joe Biden’s administration is somehow responsible for this decline is wrong, of course, but the White House certainly took the […]

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The Aging Timeline – Hill Post

My timeline, unlike Mr. Amit Shah’s, is quite simple and transparent: I was born in December 1950, I joined the IAS in 1975 (someone had to), I pledged my faith ( and ruined Neerja’s life, according to her mother) in January 1977, retired in December 2010, and am therefore a senior citizen, aka The Walking […]

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Post-tropical cyclone Earl gives Florida a hard time as NHC tracks new system – Orlando Sentinel

Post-Tropical Cyclone Earl is approaching its final stages as a tropical system, but heavy swells are threatening Florida’s east coast. As of 5 p.m. Saturday, the National Hurricane Center places the center of Earl about 215 miles south of Cape Race, Newfoundland in Canada with sustained winds of 85 mph, down from 105 mph earlier […]

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A Marvel augmented reality game will be available next year

Are you ready to create your own superhero and save the world? Niantic recently unveiled a new Marvel Augmented Reality (AR) game that lets players create their superheroes, team up with the Avengers, and rid the world of (digital) crime. Disney officially revealed the game to the world during the company’s Disney+ Marvel Games showcase […]

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Get rid of the debt ceiling before the Republicans win the House

It’s time: Congressional Democrats need to get things done to end the risk of a national debt default. If they don’t address this before the end of the current term, we run the risk that a Republican majority in the House will be irresponsible enough to allow a default to occur. That’s why Democrats should […]

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The White House plan to protect the right to abortion

Hello, Early Birds. Thanks to all the readers who weighed in on the new White House portraits of the Obamas. Some of you like the new ones, while others much prefer the ones from the National Portrait Gallery. We are now waiting for the portraits of Donald Trump and Melania Trump… Enjoy the weekend and […]

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How the news of Queen Elizabeth’s death broke

The first whispers that the Queen might have died came just after midday in Parliament. It was Liz Truss’ second day as British Prime Minister. Early Thursday afternoon, she faced a row from opposition leader Keir Starmer over his plans for the country’s winter energy crisis. Starmer’s deputy passed him a note written on yellow […]

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Artist accused of falsifying his Indigenous identity quits his university job

Gina Adams’ artwork “Broken Treaty Quilt: Fort Laramie” (photo courtesy of the artist) Artist Gina Adams, whose claim to Indigenous identity has raised doubts, has resigned from her position as assistant professor at Emily Carr University, according to a statement released by the school yesterday (September 6). Adams, whose multimedia work explores themes of heritage, […]

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Arthur Hayes says “Ethereum doesn’t need to go deflationary post-merger”

Arthur Hayes, co-founder of crypto exchange BitMEX, doesn’t think Ethereum should go deflationary after the next meltdown. Hayes, who was also a former Ethereum skeptic, said in a recent interview with Laura Shin that it doesn’t matter on a macro level. Making a comparison to Bitcoin’s halving, Hayes said, “Bitcoin’s inflation rate is going down, […]

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Second Web Hosting Provider Drops Harassing Site Kiwi Farms

Comment this story Comment NEW YORK — A Russian-based provider cut web protection services to Kiwi Farms on Monday, becoming the second provider in two days to drop the notorious harassing and harassing site and make it inaccessible on the public Internet. DDoS-Guard said it doesn’t have to decide whether sites break laws and normally […]

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India’s main opposition protests against rising prices and lack of jobs

Comment this story Comment NEW DELHI – Thousands of Indians rallied on Sunday under key opposition Congress party leader Rahul Gandhi, who launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government over the soaring unemployment and rising food and fuel prices in the country. Gandhi accused Modi of pursuing policies that benefit big business […]

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Cloudflare abandons KiwiFarms – The Washington Post

Comment this story Comment SAN FRANCISCO — Reversing course under mounting public pressure, major tech security firm Cloudflare announced on Saturday that it would stop protecting the Kiwi Farms website, best known as a place where stalkers stage hacks, campaigns and online and harassment in the real world. Cloudfare chief executive Matthew Prince, who last […]

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White House to seek $11.7 billion in additional aid from Ukraine

Breadcrumb Links PMN Company The White House will ask Congress to provide additional aid to Ukraine in the fiscal year that begins Oct. 1, as officials warn earlier funds are running dry with the effort to fight the Russian invasion who is now past six months. Author of the article: Bloomberg News Akayla Gardner and […]

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UK says Microsoft could gain ‘unprecedented advantage’ with Activision

Comment this story Comment The Competition and Markets Authority (or CMA), a UK regulator, warned on Thursday that Microsoft’s proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard could give the tech giant an “unprecedented advantage” over competitors. In July, the CMA launched its own investigation into Microsoft’s $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard to determine whether the merger […]

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“Not interested” in an Instagram post? Soon you will be able to express it on the platform

Social media giant Meta said it was testing two new features on Instagram. Now, media platform users can mark posts as “Not Interested,” the company said in a blog post. By marking “Not interested”, Instagram will immediately hide these posts and refrain from showing users similar content in the future. “Taping Not Interested will immediately […]

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Audacy Calls BS on Bankruptcy Blog Post

After a blog post by Jerry Del Colliano titled “David Field Confirms Audacy Bankruptcy” which failed to confirm Audacy’s bankruptcy, Audacy fired back. The title of the blog post was tweeted (then deleted) by a WGBH Boston news anchor as a fact, then picked up by numerous Boston media personalities, including Barstool Sports founder Dave […]

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Supreme Court climate ruling could impact nuclear waste case

Comment this story Comment WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court’s landmark decision on climate change could have implications for a range of other issues, including a case involving the storage of nuclear waste and a proposal requiring companies to disclose how climate risk affects their businesses. , according to advocates from across the political spectrum. Two […]

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Royal Caribbean Post Roundup: August 28, 2022

Welcome to this week’s edition of the Royal Caribbean Publications Roundup, where we summarize all of this week’s Royal Caribbean news and information in one handy article! There’s plenty of great content to enjoy, so sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s roundup! Royal Caribbean updated its Covid protocols this week to allow unvaccinated cruisers […]

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Post-match verdict: Liam Rosenior v Peterborough United (G) – Blog

Post-match verdict: Liam Rosenior v Peterborough United (G) – Blog – Derby County arrow_downward Catch up on social media arrow_downwardOpen social networks Saturday August 27 @ Pride Park Stadium 2 – 1 Derby County V Peterborough United match center Pos pld GD Points 3 Sheffield Wednesday 6 seven 13 4 Peterborough United 6 seven 12 […]

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1/ST POST: Why play today? Saturday, August 27, 2022

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What a NASA aerospace engineer does in a day’s work

Comment this story Comment Welcome to The Work Day, a series that traces a single day in the professional lives of diverse women, from gallerists to CEOs. In this episode, we hear from Caley Burke, a NASA aerospace engineer who logged a day’s work in August. Location: Titusville, Florida. Job title: Aerospace Engineer for NASA’s […]

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What MATIC investors should anticipate after the Ethereum merger

As the Ethereum [ETH] transition from Proof-of-Work (PoW) to Proof-of-Stake (PoS) is getting closer, it is expected that specific crypto projects will be affected by the change. Some might get a good result. For others, the consequence could be negative. One of them is Polygon [MATIC]the scaling solution that runs on the Ethereum blockchain. Responding […]

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Post-Primary Hangover Edition – Streetsblog New York City

With all eyes on the primary election, yesterday was a slow street-paced news day. So let’s go straight to it: The pedestrian who was seriously injured by a fleeing cyclist on August 11 has died. The cyclist is still free. (NBC, NYDN, Village Sun) This biker who crashed into a park service truck last month […]

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White House Liaison to Black Voters Quits

White House Liaison to Black Voters Trey Baker left the administration on Monday, the White House confirmed. Baker was a senior White House adviser on public engagement and left the administration to work at the law firm Barnes & Thornburg as an associate. He will be based in the Washington office. Bloomberg broke the news […]

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NIST Post-Quantum Competition: And the Round 3 Finalists Are…

If you’ve been following NIST’s Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQ) competition, you’re likely aware that the third-round finalist was recently announced. In case you’re not familiar, here’s a little history: Quantum computers pose an inevitable threat to digital security It is estimated that within a decade a quantum computer will be powerful enough to crack cryptography as […]

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Jill Duggar reveals she had postpartum gallbladder surgery

He’s a soldier. Jill Dillard (née Duggar) revealed she underwent gallbladder surgery just six weeks after giving birth to her third child, Freddy, who she shares with her husband Derick Dillard. “Well…I nearly passed my 6 week postpartum checkup uneventfully but ended up having a horrible bout of pain earlier this week which culminated in […]

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Real Madrid after Casemiro beat Celta Vigo and show why they are La Liga favorites again

6:21 p.m. ET Alex KirklandESPN-FC Luka Modric and Vinicius Junior put on a show in Real Madrid’s rout of Celta Vigo in La Liga. David S. Bustamante/Soccrates/Getty Images Real Madrid cruised to a comfortable victory over Celta Vigo, 4-1, in the second week of the La Liga season and the club’s first game since Casemiro […]

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See! It’s a sign that democracy isn’t totally broken

Comment this story Comment A lot is broken right now in American politics. The good news is that there is new evidence that one important thing works really well: When bad things happen, presidents become less popular, and when good things happen? Their approval ratings are improving. Six weeks ago, President Joe Biden’s approval ratings […]

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LibreOffice 7.4 is out: here’s what you need to know

The LibreOffice 7.4 update is here with many improvements for users to try. The most recent version of LibreOffice, 7.4, includes regular updates to core modules, such as Calc, Writer, and Impress, which add new features and improve existing ones. LibreOffice is one of the most popular open source software. This project is also known […]

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Workers call on Google to expand abortion protections after Roe

Placeholder while loading article actions Happy Thursday! As always, send news tips and predictions for who won’t survive the “House of the Dragon” premiere to [email protected] Below: The FTC threatens to sue an ad tech company, and Australia’s highest court sides with Google in a defamation case. First: Workers call on Google to expand abortion […]

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Liz Cheney’s defense of democracy needs a political strategy

Comment this story Comment Two years ago, Wyoming Republican Liz Cheney was on her way to becoming the future Speaker of the House. She was the third House Republican with a completely safe seat. She lost that job in the House Republican conference and has now lost her seat entirely. All because she decided to […]

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10 tips for writing an engaging blog post

Listen NEW! Listen to the article Login or register to access this audio feature! No worries… it’s FREE! Although it may seem like a daunting task, writing engaging content is easier than you think. By following the 10 tips in this article, you will be well on your way to […]

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Post-match verdict: Liam Rosenior v Shrewsbury Town (A) – Blog

Post-match verdict: Liam Rosenior v Shrewsbury Town (A) – Blog – Derby County arrow_downward Catch up on social media arrow_downwardOpen social networks Tuesday August 16 @ Montgomery Waters Meadow Town of Shrewsbury V Derby County match center Pos pld GD Points 4 Wanderers of Bolton 4 4 8 5 City of Exeter 4 5 seven […]

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How much does Nadia Bartel earn for a social media post?

Nadia Bartel is one of Melbourne’s most popular influencers, with over 543,000 Instagram followers and an undeniably iconic status as a former WAG in the AFL world. She had just completed a degree from La Trobe University in business administration, public relations and applied communication when she met Geelong football star Jimmy Bartel in 2008. […]

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Sponsored Post Meet ProVeg Incubator: World’s First Alternative Protein Accelerator Open for Applications – vegconomist

In 2018, the ProVeg Incubator was launched as the world’s first program for plant-based, fermentation and cell-based food startups. ProVeg Incubator aims to fill the most pressing gaps in food technology by recruiting leading innovators for its world-leading accelerator program. Pioneer founders who develop plant-based, fermented and cultured alternatives to animal products and ingredients can […]

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What if India and Pakistan really got along?

Placeholder while loading article actions Once in a while – but not too often – it’s worth tossing around an idea that hardly anyone agrees with, if only to keep the discourse fresh. With that in mind, consider my last entry in this category: The status quo between India and Pakistan is temporary. The world […]

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How the Democrats’ Big Bill finally succeeded

Placeholder while loading article actions The two names you’ve probably heard the most about as Democrats took a year or more to pass their big climate, healthcare and health tax bill are President Joe Biden and Senator Joe Manchin. . Now that the bill is heading to the House for final passage, it’s time to […]

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Back to school after the pandemic and recovering lost learning

A new school year is about to begin, but this year is unique. This may be the most unusual return to school in over a century as the United States finally returns fully to in-person and unmasked education. While we can all celebrate this opportunity for our children to go back to school, be with […]

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Police Tactics Chill India’s Crypto Winter

Placeholder while loading article actions If success has many fathers, then a crypto exchange in the eye of a money laundering storm has been orphaned. After Indian law enforcement froze $8 million worth of WazirX assets, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao denied owning the country’s largest crypto exchange. Binance’s November 2019 blog post, which announced the […]

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West Seattle Blog… | UPDATE: The plan for SW Andover, post-sweep/eco-blocks

(BMS photo: Looking east over SW Andover in the late afternoon) We reported Monday on the removal of dozens of eco-blocks that had been placed along Southwest Andover and 28th Southwest after the city swept away the longtime RV campground in June. This afternoon, we finally have the full SDOT explanation of what happened and […]

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How many Netflix subscribers actually play its games?

Netflix may be the streaming platform of choice worldwide, but its new foray into gaming is off to a rocky and slow start. Only 1.7 million out of 221 million subscribers play Netflix games The majority of the streaming giant’s 221 million subscribers might not know it, but Netflix actually offers free downloadable games on […]

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Rishi Sunak is right about worthless college degrees

Debate 10:45 Don’t blame the former chancellor for pointing out the obvious by peter franklin Credit: Getty Rishi Sunak has vowed to crack down on “low value” degrees. If he becomes prime minister, courses offered by universities will be assessed on measurable outcomes such as dropout rates and graduate earning potential. Presumably, degrees that fail […]

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Natural gas is better than many environmentalists admit

Comment this story Comment While most Washington progressives celebrated the announcement of the Cut Inflation Act, at least one left-wing gadfly didn’t. “A pipeline? asked Nina Turner on Twitter last week. “In a climate bill? This is not a climate bill. Turner, a former Ohio state senator and co-chairman of Bernie Sanders’ 2020 presidential campaign, […]

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8 Common Domestic Abuse Tactics After Separation

When victims of domestic violence leave a relationship, we assume they are safe. However, 90% report experiencing post-separation abuse for years or decades after the relationship ended (Sharp-Jeffs et al., 2018). When directed against targets who are parents, these tactics also directly and indirectly harm children. Harmful abuse tactics after separation Economic abuse. This can […]

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Twitter breach revealed anonymous account owners

Comment this story Comment A vulnerability in Twitter’s software that exposed an unknown number of anonymous account owners to potential identity compromise last year was apparently exploited by a malicious actor, the social media company said on Friday. He did not confirm a report that data on 5.4 million users was offered for sale online […]

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Capital Caff: China Post opens a cafe in Beijing, grid coffee appears in Taikooli and other coffee stuff

Don’t talk to me until I read Capital Caff – your guide to the latest coffee happenings in Beijing. China Post Coffee Shop opens its first branch in Beijing China Post, the country’s official postal service, has opened its first cafe in the capital. After entering the cafe game last year when they opened two […]

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Glencore pays out $4.45 billion as coal generates record profits

Breadcrumb Links PMN Company Glencore Plc will return another $4.45 billion to shareholders through dividends and share buybacks after first-half profit more than doubled to a record high on the back of soaring coal prices. Author of the article: Bloomberg News Thomas Biesheuvel A bucket wheel reclaimer stands next to a pile of coal at […]

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How Kansas’ Abortion Vote Matters — and Doesn’t

Comment this story Comment Tuesday saw some of the last remaining major party primaries of 2022. The headline event of the night was not a primary, however: It was a Kansas ballot measure, and it was a big win for the right to abortion. Elections can be important because of their immediate effects or how […]

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Democrats shouldn’t envy Fox News’ influence

Comment this story Comment Democrats sometimes refer to Fox News and other conservative outlets with envy, presuming that right-wing media influence gives the GOP a large advantage in electoral politics. Even if Democrats have an easier time making their case in “neutral” media — which Republican voters and party actors strongly believe but for which […]

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Buying an electric car, saving the planet? Not enough

Comment this story Comment It’s good to see legislative progress in addressing the effects of climate change, as evidenced by the agreement announced last week between Sen. Joe Manchin and Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. But in some respects the proposal falls short. In particular, subsidies for the purchase of electric vehicles may not be the […]

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Democrats need more Joe Manchins

Comment this story Comment In the end, after a lot of drama, Senator Joe Manchin did the right thing. And by signing a legislative deal that will cut the deficit, reduce drug costs and invest in carbon-free home energy, he has made many progressives very happy. What progressives need to do now is reconsider their […]

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President Says New Generations Must Redefine America | News, Sports, Jobs

CHAUTAUQUA — New generations of Americans shouldn’t be afraid to think outside the box. Because demographic anxiety is becoming a popular topic, Michael Li, an attorney, said it’s up to new generations to redefine the United States. “It is our challenge, our task” he said. Li spoke to members of an amphitheater audience […]

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Post-rock in Beijing: an interview with Macondø

Macondø, a Beijing-based post-rock band that formed in China in 2015, has been making waves in the local scene recently with their exciting musical elements across many genres. Thanks to DJ BO, I was able to speak with guitarist/vocalist Scott Slepicka, keyboardist Gerald Van Wyk, drummer Jake Nimer and bassist Fred Shi about their musical […]

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How lawyers can set ethical boundaries after the pandemic | Zelle LLP

Law360July 27, 2022 To read this article in PDF format, please click here. In January 2020, I authored a Law360 guest post titled “Setting Boundaries: An Essential Skills for Lawyers”, which highlighted the need for firm boundaries when it comes to attorney-client relationships and recognized the setting of boundaries as a essential form of the […]

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The mid-term guessing game just keeps getting weirder

Comment this story Comment Two political forecast models delivered the perfect assessment of the state of the 2022 midterm contests on Tuesday. In the morning, the Decision Bureau’s model for the Senate elections swung in favor of Republicans securing a majority in this room. Later in the day, the FiveThirtyEight model swung in the opposite […]

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Meet TikTok’s 2022 top earners paid up to £20,000 per post

Considered a dream by many, social media monetization is making a lot of money for some people. The short-form video platform, TikTok, has taken the internet by storm, enticing Gen Zers to watch and create their own personalized content. Whether you’re a magician, comedian, gamer, or beauty expert, you can access the streams of other […]

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Meta: Monetizing Facebook Videos with a Licensed Song – Post Malone, Tove Lo and MORE Features

Meta has announced that there’s a new way to get monetization on Facebook, and that’s through videos that content creators post. Its recent update is “Music Revenue Sharing”, and it allows audiences to earn money for their videos of 60 seconds or longer, as long as they use songs from the licensed library of the […]

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Rebuild a better Joe Manchin

Comment this story Comment Sen. Joe Manchin’s bargaining position has long frustrated the left, but on many crucial issues he was right and I defended him. So far. After persuading his Senate negotiating partners to support a budget reconciliation proposal that would cut the deficit, invest in US energy production and fight inflation, Manchin is […]

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Resurfaced blog post reveals Meghan Markle’s true feelings about Ivanka Trump

‘Revenge’ paints Meghan Markle as ruthlessly ambitious and makes a big deal out of the fact that she once looked up to Ivanka Trump. In quotes obtained by Page Six, Prince Harry’s future wife called Ivanka “incredibly beautiful…incredibly savvy and smart,” not to mention a model of decorum. While other socialites might be content to […]

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The Politics of Race and Place > USC Equity Research Institute (ERI) > USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

June 2022 In Los Angeles, as in major cities across the United States, city officials are working to transform the downtown core into a place of entertainment, culture and commerce for affluent business travelers, tourists and residents alike. . What happens to those who live in these places and how important is race and class? […]

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Netflix’s post-Covid crisis continues: the streaming giant loses nearly ONE MILLION subscribers

Shares of Netflix remain at historic lows after the US streaming giant announced it lost nearly a million subscribers in the spring due to its “woke” content and the runaway inflation that has harmed millions of cash-strapped families in Europe and North America. The California-based company desperately tried to ‘spin’ the 970,000 account contraction by […]

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Potemkin U. (guest post) | We every day

“We are mired in unavoidable and despicable practices of betrayal, forced to blindly obey useless gossip or perform pantomimes of truly important values ​​made ridiculous by endless, unanswered repetition…” The following is a guest post from Amy Olberding, Presidential Professor of Philosophy at the University of Oklahoma. It is part of the series of weekly […]

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Microsoft’s Project AirSim elevates its drone simulation software

The AirSim project is now available for a limited preview in conjunction with this week’s Farnborough International Airshow in Britain. The AirSim project is open at the Farnborough International Airshow As part of this week’s Farnborough International Airshow in Great Britain, the cloud-based simulation platform Project AirSim is now accessible in restricted preview. In a […]

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As AI language skills increase, so do scientists’ concerns

Comment this story Comment The tech industry’s latest artificial intelligence constructs can be quite compelling if you ask them what it’s like to be a sentient computer, or maybe just a dinosaur or a squirrel. But they’re not so good – and sometimes dangerously bad – at handling other seemingly simple tasks. Take, for example, […]

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In the post-pandemic world, local saree brands are weaving stories on social media

NEW DELHI: “Every saree has a story to tell,” says Sayali Rajadhyaksha, founder and owner of an eponymous fashion label specializing in hand weaves and block-print blouses. “They are for life. You cannot attach the same memories or emotions to another piece of clothing. The 51-year-old journalist-turned-entrepreneur has been pursuing her passion for textiles since […]

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NASA releases new images from Jupiter’s James Webb Space Telescope

Humanity can now better see the largest planet in our celestial neighborhood, our solar system. NASA’s recently commissioned space observatory, the James Webb Space Telescope, continues to make history by photographing many of the cosmic bodies we know and want to know more about; he even took a picture of Jupiter and its moon, Europa. […]

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Peloton to end in-house manufacturing after post-pandemic crash

Few companies have fallen as far, as quickly, as Peloton. The home bike business was booming during the early days of the pandemic when many people were stuck at home and bought the bikes. However, once the lockdown phase of the pandemic ended, Peloton couldn’t keep up with the momentum. This led to its CEO […]

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What it would take for Democrats to get rid of Biden

Comment this story Comment The world’s most predictable story is recycled every time a first-time president becomes unpopular and his nervous party begins to wonder if other options are better than nominating him for re-election. So, with President Joe Biden’s approval ratings falling below 40%, here’s a column from Ed Kilgore at New York magazine […]

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One million asthma patients rely too heavily on rescue inhalers, charity warns

About a million people with asthma rely on reliever inhalers to manage their condition, increasing the risk of serious illness, a charity has warned. Asthma and Lung UK said around one in five people with asthma in the UK use their rescue inhaler instead of their preventer inhaler. Preventer inhalers should be used every day […]

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Canadians’ anger over Rogers outage could complicate his merger hopes

Breadcrumb Links PMN technology PMN Company Author of the article: Publication date : Jul 10, 2022 • 19 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation Content of the article TORONTO — Rogers Communications has complicated its chances of securing antitrust approval for a C$20 billion telecommunications merger after Friday’s massive outage highlighted […]

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Do cities control their economic destiny?

Comment this story Comment I often hear people living in prosperous cities say that other metropolises should copy their economic policies. Examples? Be more business-friendly. Keep taxes low. Showcase your city’s unique assets. Foster an entrepreneurial culture. Make your city a more affordable destination. Make your city a more exclusive destination. Yet, living in a […]

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French women push to cement the right to abortion after the American decision

Breadcrumb Links PMN World PMN Policy PMN News PMN life PMN Health Author of the article: The Associated Press Barbara Surk and Jade Le Deley Content of the article PARIS (AP) — The right to abortion in France appears to be under little threat — it has been enshrined in law for 47 years and […]

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Post Malone to Host a ‘Twelve Carat Toothache’ Concert in VR Next Week – Road to VR

Meta is launching a summer series of virtual reality concerts and community activities called Horizon Block Party next week. Headlining the event is nine-time Grammy-nominated artist Post Malone, who is hosting a pre-recorded virtual concert on July 15. Post Malone’s concert, which will feature tracks from his latest studio album Twelve karat toothacheis expected […]

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All you need to know

Thor: Love and Thunder Credit: Marvel The time has finally come. The latest MCU movie, Thor: Love and Thunder, hits theaters tonight. It is the second God of Thunder film directed by Taika Waititi after Thor: Ragnarok and it looks really good, even if it doesn’t pass as well as this one so far. The […]

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Protecting Post Roe Health Information Part 1: Steps for Women | Mintz – Perspectives on Health Care

Following the Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organizationmuch has been written about how existing privacy laws, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”), are useless for women because of provisions that allow the sharing health information (referred to as “protected health information” or “PHI” under HIPAA) with state […]

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The garden post gives a clue to Susan’s ongoing literary adventure

Months ago my daughter Rebecca signed us up for a course at Swanstone Gardens. As Rebecca’s husband, Andy, is a cousin of the owner, David Calhoon, he decided to join us for the event. There were many classes to choose from. We reserved our place for three to paint the mosaic garden poles. After writing […]

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How The Roof Turned Wimbledon Into Post-Watershed Entertainment | Wimbledon 2022

Oe learned a lot about Wimbledon during this centenary celebration of the club’s legendary Center Court, the scene of more 20th-century sports dramas than any arena outside of Madison Square Garden. Tennis, in general, has been reliably sublime, hitting repeat highs. The commentary oscillated between ooh-aah Iga, ta-ra and, holy shit, Nick is back. McEnroe […]

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Royal Caribbean Post Roundup: July 3, 2022

Happy 4th of July and Canada Day to all bloggers! Many of you are enjoying a relaxing long weekend, and I hope this week’s roundup of all Royal Caribbean news makes it even better! When will Covid testing and vaccine requirements go away? This is perhaps the most frequently asked question by cruise passengers and […]

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Google to erase more location information as abortion bans grow

Content of the article MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) — Google will automatically purge information about users who visit abortion clinics or other places that could trigger legal issues now that the U.S. Supreme Court has opened the door for states to prohibit termination of pregnancy. Content of the article The company behind the internet’s dominant […]

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Citi Second Quarter 2022 Results Review

Content of the article NEW YORK – Citigroup will release its second quarter results via press release at approximately 8:00 a.m. (ET) on Friday, July 15, 2022. At 11:00 a.m. (ET), results will be reviewed via live webcast and conference call. The press release, webcast and presentation materials will be available at www.citigroup.com/citi/investor. A replay […]

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Judges Stoke Care Woes for Tribes, Post-Roe Aboriginal Women

By Andrew Westney (June 30, 2022, 10:40 p.m. EDT) – The U.S. Supreme Court striking down the Constitutional right to abortion is likely to further restrict Native American women’s already limited access to abortion and other health care, and another court ruling that term supporting states’ criminal jurisdiction over reservations compounds the complexity that tribes […]

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New Longton community proves to support Post Office couple who suffered homophobic abuse

A large crowd gathered to show their support for the LGBTQ+ community Photo: Sarah Residents of New Longton have turned out in force to support a couple who run the local post office, after they suffered homophobic abuse. Advertising The couple, Nathan Jones and Daniel Cooper, received hate mail after […]

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Trump got himself into a legal quagmire

Placeholder while loading article actions We are at a loss for words to describe the magnitude of the evidence uncovered by the House committee on January 6, or the enormity of what former President Donald Trump was responsible for between the 2020 election and the time he left office. But Tuesday’s surprise hearing with star […]

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Google cloud customers will know their Gmail carbon footprint

Breadcrumb Links PMN Company Company expands tools to help customers count emissions Author of the article: Bloomberg News davey alba Publication date : June 28, 2022 • 36 minutes ago • 1 minute read • Join the conversation Signage outside Google’s new Bay View campus in Mountain View, California, U.S., on Monday, May 16, 2022. […]

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Alex Smith’s daughter Sloane is recovering from a brain tumor

Placeholder while loading article actions Former NFL quarterback Alex Smith praised his daughter’s strength as “sweet, selfless, smart, hilarious, witty and fun-loving” while announcing she was recovering from brain surgery to remove a “very rare malignant tumour”. Smith wrote on Instagram Saturday that Sloane, the youngest of his three children with his wife, Elizabeth, and […]

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Companies scramble to determine what they will cover in post-Roe reality

The Walt Disney Co. said Friday it will cover employee travel expenses for abortions in light of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the latest corporate giant to make the move as companies scramble to adapt to the new reality. The benefit covers the cost of “family planning” travel for any worker […]

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Mark Zuckerberg announces rebranding of Facebook Pay to Meta Pay

Facebook Pay is now Meta Pay. Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently announced that Meta has officially renamed Facebook Pay to Meta Pay to provide payment solutions both in the Metaverse and in places where the service is widely adopted. Facebook Pay’s rebranding was previously revealed on May 12 by Meta’s head of fintech, Stephanie Kasriel, […]

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The Post’s Karly Domb Sadof Named First Visual Enterprise Editor

Placeholder while loading article actions Announcement from Business Writer Lori Montgomery, Business Writer Damian Paletta, and Technology Writer Christina Passariello: We are delighted to announce that Karly Domb Sadof becomes the Business Desk’s first visual corporate writer, pioneering a new role aimed at expanding our visual journalism and crafting innovative storytelling approaches. An award-winning photo […]

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Indoor and outdoor plants that will thrive in summer

Placeholder while loading article actions If summer’s abundance of greenery and sunshine makes you want to become a plant lover, we’re here to help. Whether you’re finally looking to carve out a garden or just looking to add some natural touches to your work-from-home nook, it’s the season to invite plants into your life. Read […]

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Goodbye, farewell and farewell to spoiler alerts

Placeholder while loading article actions In 2014, I started writing regularly for The Washington Post. This space was my idiosyncratic look at the evolution of international relations, American politics, and popular culture. Eight years later, it’s time to give the hard-working staff here at Spoiler Alerts their redundancy notice. Today will be my last column. […]

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Juneteenth and its implications for the economy and generational wealth – Everett Post

(NEW YORK) – While June 19, 1865 is widely considered a day of liberation, its celebration, for some, simultaneously calls into question just how far that freedom goes. For real estate entrepreneur Jude Bernard, Juneteenth is a reminder of private generational wealth. “The whole story behind Juneteenth was that we were technically free, but we […]

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Protests rage over India’s new military recruitment policy

Placeholder while loading article actions NEW DELHI – Hundreds of youths in India torched train carriages, vandalized railway property and blocked railway tracks and highways with rocks as an angry backlash continued for a second day on Friday over a new government’s short-term recruitment policy for the army. Nearly 500 protesters vastly outnumbered police as […]

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Where do homeowners pay the most property taxes?

Placeholder while loading article actions Soaring house prices naturally mean that tax assessments are also likely to rise. But tax assessments don’t exactly match home market values. Depending on the jurisdiction, tax assessments are reviewed annually or semi-annually and sometimes include discounts. In addition, the amount of tax paid varies according to the assessment of […]

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Improving Fire Restoration — Western Governors’ Association – Coyote Gulch

When the Hayman Fire erupted in Colorado 20 years ago this week (June 8, 2002), it incinerated 138,000 acres of forest. Although many thought at the time that this was an anomaly – burning bigger, faster and hotter than most fire managers thought possible and thus diminishing the ability of natural vegetation to regenerate – […]

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Coinbase made mistakes at Pets.com

Placeholder while loading article actions Crypto has long been touted as the tradition-breaking future of finance, but its collapse follows a decades-old script. Take Coinbase. The crypto exchange went public at $250 per share in April 2021, when Bitcoin was worth over $63,000, near its all-time high. Now Bitcoin is flirting with $20,000 and Coinbase […]

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Boosting extremists is a dangerous game

Placeholder while loading article actions In a series of primaries this year, the Democrats appear to be trying to Todd Akin the Republicans. Todd Akin? He was the very conservative candidate for a Senate seat in Missouri in 2012, which Democratic incumbent Claire McCaskill boosted in the Republican primary by running ads slamming him for […]

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How the “energy shock” has upended the global economy

Placeholder while loading article actions As the world took a green energy future seriously, its reliance on fossil fuels hit with a force not seen since the 1970s. skyrocketing the price of all forms of energy, with oil soaring more than 50% in the first half of 2022. This energy shock has been at the […]

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Travis Barker slams Shanna Moakler in resurfaced MySpace post

Fans have discovered old transcripts of Travis Barker that detail his life with ex-wife Shanna Moakler and his decision to divorce. The transcript shows a MySpace post from Barker that dates back to 2006, the same year he filed for divorce from Moakler. A fan on Reddit shared images of the post on the Kardashian-focused […]

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Silicon Valley job cuts add to recession worries

Placeholder while loading article actions After a decade of exuberance, Silicon Valley start-ups, venture capitalists and established tech companies are cutting investment and laying off workers, prompting some in the tech world to openly predict that a recession American is on its way. Facebook and Amazon have slowed their frantic pace of recruitment, while high-flying […]

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Photos of Weaponized Masculinities – The Washington Post

A few months ago, the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) unveiled the winners of its first photography contest exploring militarized masculinities and alternatives. The competition is part of a program called “Countering Weaponized Masculinities: Mobilizing Men for Feminist Peace”. This year’s winner is Colombian photographer Carolina Navas Gutiérrez. She won for her […]

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Does Fox News Really Help Republicans?

A big difference between Democrats and Republicans is that the latter make much better use of party-aligned media to effectively translate talking points to their constituents. Granted, there are plenty of Democrat-aligned outlets out there: evening talk shows on MSNBC to begin with, as well as numerous websites, podcasts and social media accounts. But there […]

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Blizzard Gives Moira a Revamp in New Overwatch 2 Blog Post

Moira gets an overhaul in a new Overwatch 2 blog post. On June 7, Blizzard released an in-depth look at Moira’s revamp in the highly anticipated Overwatch 2. The blog post also gives players a look at the time and effort Blizzard puts into making sure every hero has a set. of unique and practical […]

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Best Squarespace Templates for Your Video – Take Your Bet!

If you want to take your cinema to the next level, Squarespace can help. A popular choice for creatives as you can use Squarespace with the price starting at $14 per month. Additionally, Squarespace maintains an extensive library of sleek, mobile-optimized templates that you can easily customize using drag-and-drop page elements, according to Mashable. With […]

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Parkop: poor attitude and careless waste disposal

June 7, 2022 BY CLAUDIA TALLY While Papua New Guinea is one of the last frontiers of biodiversity conservation; irresponsibility of proper garbage disposal is a risk that threatens this very goal. In NCD, garbage disposal is already a pressing issue with the city’s daily garbage weighing 300 tons, as Gov. Powes Parkop described in […]