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Face Mask Use on Election Day Clarified
The Elections Office wishes to clarify to voters that, due to the high turnout expected on Election Day, the wearing of face masks or coverings is encouraged but is not a requirement to vote.
Rich Dad Poor Dad Author Thinks Bitcoin Price Will Be $1.2 Million in 5 Years
Robert Kiyosaki, the best-selling author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” has predicted that the price of bitcoin will increase to $1.2 million within five years. Kiyosaki revealed that he bought bitcoin at $9,000, adding that he may buy the cryp...
Serious Assault in Bodden Town, 10 April
Shortly after 5:00PM on Friday, 9 April, officers responded to a report of an assault involving a machete, at an address off Cumber Avenue in Bodden Town.
"Hi David...": Personal Texts Between Former UK PM & Chancellor Released Amid Greensill Lobbying Row
In response to a Freedom of Information Request, the released information revealed that Chancellor Rishi Sunak promised ex PM David Cameron " to pushed the team to explore" an alternative with the Bank of England pertaining to Cameron's ...
Can China Topple Dollar's Dominance With Digital Yuan?
The American reserve currency received a lot of criticism in recent years largely because of the quickness with which Washington slaps sanctions on other countries. All sorts of economic restrictions have limited the ability of dollar-us...
Cryptocurrency A Chinese 'Financial Weapon' Against USD, PayPal's Peter Thiel Says in Bizarre Speech
Speaking on Tuesday at a virtual event on US-China relations for the Richard Nixon Foundation, the major investor in cryptocurrencies and fintech firms made numerous accusations against Beijing.
‘Up to 80%’ of people in Sicily refusing AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine over safety concerns
The vast majority of people offered the Oxford/AstraZeneca anti-Covid vaccine Vaxzevria on the southern Italian island of Sicily are refusing to take it, according to the region’s president, Nello Musumeci.
China fines Alibaba record $2.75 billion for anti-monopoly violations
China slapped a record 18 billion yuan ($2.75 billion) fine on Alibaba Group Holding Ltd on Saturday, after an anti-monopoly probe found the e-commerce giant had abused its dominant market position for several years.
Home Gym Ideas That Will Motivate You to Work Out
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Microsoft in talks to buy AI firm Nuance Communications for about $16 billion -source
Microsoft Corp is in advanced talks to buy artificial intelligence and speech technology company Nuance Communications Inc at about $16 billion, according to a source familiar with the matter.
Exclusive: China's antitrust regulator bulking up as crackdown on behemoths widens
China’s competition watchdog is adding staff and other resources as it ramps up efforts to crack down on anti-competitive behaviour, especially among the country’s powerful companies, people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
Personal Data Of 1.3 Million Clubhouse Users Leaked Online
The Verge quoted a report by Cyber News as saying that a SQL database with users'' IDs, names, usernames, Twitter and Instagram handles and follower counts were posted to an online hacker forum.
S.Korean battery makers agree $1.8 billion settlement, aiding Biden's EV push
South Korean battery makers LG Energy Solution and SK Innovation Co agreed on Sunday to settle disputes over electric-vehicle (EV) battery technology, avoiding a potential setback for U.S. EV ambitions.
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Canada's Telesat takes on Musk and Bezos in space race to provide fast broadband
Canada’s Telesat is racing to launch a low-earth-orbit (LEO) satellite constellation to provide high-speed global broadband from space, pitting the satellite communications firm founded in 1969 against two trailblazing billionaires, Elon...
China Mulls Mixing Different COVID-19 Vaccines To Improve Efficacy Of Jabs
Authorities have to "consider ways to solve the issue that efficacy rates of existing vaccines are not high", Chinese media outlet The Paper reported.
10 Celebrities You Didn't Know Who Studied Together
These celebrities have a lot of story to tell
Prince Harry will attend the funeral. Meghan advised not to travel.
The Duke of Sussex will fly in from his home in the US to join other members of the Royal Family at the ceremony but he will be coming alone. The Duchess of Sussex, who is pregnant with their second child, has been advised not to trav...
Bitcoin Breaks $60K, Ether Hits New ATH in Early Saturday Trading
Bitcoin’s price neared its all-time high of $61,712 early Saturday while ether (ETH) set a new all-time high at $2,190.
Pregnant Meghan to miss Prince Philip’s funeral but Harry will fly home to UK
Pregnant Meghan Markle has been advised by her doctor not to fly to the UK for the Prince Philip’s funeral.
BBC News presenter dons black blazer on air after announcing Prince Philip death
BBC News presenter Martine Croxall wore a black jacket after announcing that Prince Philip had died, aged 99.
Queen 'will never abdicate' but Charles and Anne likely to take on more duties
The Queen will never abdicate her throne but is likely to step back slightly and let Prince Charles take on more responsibility after the death of Prince Philip, according to royal experts.
Schools fear second grading fiasco for GCSEs and A-levels
Heads are under pressure to carry out too many assessments and use data on previous pupils’ performance, teachers warn
Sunak urged to back Biden corporate tax plan ‘worth £13.5bn a year’
Campaigners say US global blueprint would help raise billions from multinationals and tech giants
‘Not built for minorities to succeed’: black scientists on academia’s race problem
Three senior academics in medicine, chemistry and physics share their experiences and thoughts on how to improve underrepresentation
Are Covid passports a threat to liberty? It depends on how you define freedom
The pandemic is once again causing governments to pit incompatible ideas of freedom against each other
Personal data of 1.3 million Clubhouse users has reportedly leaked online days after LinkedIn and Facebook also suffered data breaches
The leaked data of Clubhouse users includes names, social media profiles, and other details. It's the latest in a recent string of data breaches.
Salesforce invests $40 million in text-marketing startup Community
Salesforce's investment in Community comes as the upstart looks to expand its customer base.
Prince Philip's Funeral On April 17, Harry To Attend
Royal officials said the funeral, which will be televised, will take place at 1400 GMT on Saturday, April 17 in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, west of London.
Watch: Prince Charles Pays Tribute To "My Dear Papa" Philip For Devoted Service
Philip, the husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth who had been at her side throughout her record-breaking 69-year reign, died at Windsor Castle on Friday.
Ways to Turn Any Spot in Your Home Into a Creative Space
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Big Earrings: A New Trend Directly From London's Punk Style
Turn heads with an artfully-stacked collection of hoops, studs, and charms.
Apple to start enforcing privacy notifications that upset Facebook
Facebook has accused Apple not of giving users' more choice, but of skewing the market to its own advantage.
It's Summer Year-Round in Loewe Paula's Ibiza 2021
Photographed by Gray Sorrenti, Jonathan Anderson reflects on past Spanish summers for Loewe Paulas Ibiza 2021 collection.
A Light-Filled Contemporary Home Lists for $5.8M in Palo Alto
One of 16 homes in the newly built Orchard Park development, the three-level home offers nearly 5,000 square feet of interior space.
MeToo-19: Brazil prostitutes strike for first-line Covid shots
Prostitutes in the city of Belo Horizonte in southeast Brazil have gone on strike for a week, demanding to be included in the group of front-line workers receiving priority coronavirus vaccines.
15 Oscar Looks That Caused a Stir
Björk’s swan dress and Céline Dion’s infamous white tux make the list.
Connecticut Cabin by Vincent C. Amore
Appearing like a prism at water’s edge, the secluded retreat was designed and built by architect Vincent C. Amore in 1971 to serve as his own space of inspiration.
What a respect! London taxi drivers pay tribute to Prince Philip who dies aged 99 (video)
Dozens of London black taxi cabs lined The Mall just hours after the Duke of Edinburgh's death was announced by Buckingham Palace.
How to Shop the Latest Wedding Dresses From Bridal Fashion Week
We spoke with bridal designers, buyers, and experts on everything you need to know about shopping from the runway to the rack.
Tiny Vacation House Near Vancouver Conquers The Gorgeous Views
Somewhere on Galiano Island, near Vancouver, Canada stand a very tiny house which design firm Trim Studio built for a young couple. The house, if we can even call it that, is meant to serve as a vacation retreat for its owners and friends.
Airlines blast Britain's travel restart plan, Jet2 cancels holidays until June
British travel company Jet2 said it was cancelling holidays until late June, blaming uncertainty in UK government plans for restarting international travel, which were condemned by airlines.
George Clooney is emailing George Floyd’s family’s attorney to offer support
George Floyd’s family’s attorney, Benjamin Crump, has revealed that he has received emails of support from George Clooney.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson mocks himself as he responds to poll about presidency
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson has responded to a poll that said 46% of Americans want him to be president – and he’s not ruling it out.
Airlines warn the cost of Covid tests will stop people going abroad
Research shows travellers have to pay twice as much for PCR tests in the UK as they do in much of Europe
UK recognition of EU’s vaccine effort would not go amiss, says Brussels
Europe could have fully vaccinated 70% of adults before UK reaches its target, says head of EU taskforce
Greta Thunberg says she will not attend Cop26 climate summit
Swedish activist says uneven Covid vaccine rollout means countries would not participate on even terms
Covid-19: People can start thinking about foreign travel
People in England can start thinking about booking foreign holidays again this summer, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has said.
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