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- Next steps on a fair exchange rate
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- The Privileges Committee Report and ‘parliamentary protections’
- Postgrad allowance cuts have not affected student numbers – yeah right
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- Trevor29 (12:12 am): I believe the Christchurch porta-loo usage is only for a few red-zone...
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- jc2 (9:03 pm): Hi Gregor, To some extent, the Core Funding Ratio thing that was imposed on the...
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Food industry free to feed us what they like - by Mojo Mathers
My concern about this recent study is not so much that our fast food has more salt than other countries, but that our food industry has such unconstrained power to influence our diets. The Food Industry Group’s position to maintain a self regulatory approach to levels of salt, sugar and fat in our food is [...] read moreApril 20, 2012 3:30 pm - 22 Comments
April 28 (Joe Carroll, Bloomberg) — Brazil’s plan to become one of the world’s biggest oil exporters hinges on exploiting crude 6 miles below the ocean surface in deposits so hot they can melt the metal used to carry uranium to nuclear plants. Tapping what may be the biggest oil finds in the Western Hemisphere [...] read moreMay 1, 2008 9:20 am - 11 Comments