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Iconic Renault 4 celebrates 60 years with ‘flying car’ design

Renault has created a flying version of one of its most iconic cars as part of celebrations to mark the vehicle's 60th anniversary.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Flying Cars, Renault, Renault 4, Flying Taxis, Air4, Thearsenale


November 29 Omicron Covid-19 variant news

The US, European Union, Japan and other major destinations have moved to block flights from African countries following the discovery of a newly identified coronavirus variant Omicron. Follow for the latest news updates.
Tags: Cnn, US European Union Japan


Canada: Les Municipalités Seront La Cible De Plus Nombreuses Actions Collectives - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Prestataires de services essentiels tels l'eau potable, les égouts, le transport en commun, la gestion des déchets, le logement.
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Canada: Le Caractère Opportun De L'assurance Des Pertes D'exploitation Sera Scruté À La Loupe - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Les pertes d'exploitation sont normalement couvertes par le régime d'assurance d'une entreprise.
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Chris Cuomo silent about helping embattled bro during CNN prime time show

CNN’s Chris Cuomo declined on Monday night to mention the bombshell documents released earlier in the day, detailing the anchor’s role in defending his scandal-ridden brother, former New York… #bombshelldocuments #chriscuomo
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In photos: Barbados celebrates the beginning of a republic

At the stroke of midnight, Barbados cut its last remaining bonds to the British monarchy after nearly 400 years. People gathered near National Heroes Square in the capital of Bridgetown for official festivities marking the island's historic transition from realm to republic. Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, came from London for the occasion.
Tags: London, News, Stories, Charles, Barbados, BRIDGETOWN, National Heroes Square


Canada: Les Entreprises Et Projets Québécois D'envergure Verront Leurs Frais D'assurance Chuter - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Les grandes entreprises assurées ont tout intérêt à faire réviser leur régime d'assurance par leur courtier afin d'établir où les frais d'avocat devraient être couverts.
Tags: News, Canada, Chuter Borden Ladner Gervais


The Same Old Dolphins Show: 4 Straight Wins (Panthers Review)

Aaron and Josh are back with another episode of The Same Old Dolphins Show following a FOURHT STRAIGHT Miami Dolphins win, this time after dismantling the Carolina Panthers 33-10. The defense is finally looking the way we expected, led by s
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Canada: L'assurance Rappel De Produits Aura La Cote Chez Les Entreprises - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Nous prévoyons que la complexité des chaînes d'approvisionnement mondiales, la montée de l'automatisation.
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Westpac to likely pay $81 million for allegedly charging dead people

Westpac said on Tuesday it will likely be fined 113 million Australian dollars ($80.8 million) for alleged compliance failures across its business over many years, including charging financial advice fees to thousands of dead customers.
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Westpac to likely pay $81 million for allegedly charging dead people, among other breaches

Westpac said on Tuesday it will likely be fined 113 million Australian dollars ($80.8 million) for alleged compliance failures across its business over many years, including charging financial advice fees to thousands of dead customers.
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NFL Week 12 grades: Resurgent Dolphins get an 'A+' for blowout win, Seahawks get a 'C' for wild Monday loss

Here are the Week 12 grades for each team
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United States: Revival Rectifies Removal - Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP

California pressures corporations to pay their taxes by suspending their corporate powers, rights and privileges when they fail to do so. Cal. Rev. & Tax Code § 23301.
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Who is New Zealand’s new opposition leader Christopher Luxon?

The former Air New Zealand boss is a relative newcomer to politics but has consistently registered in ‘preferred prime minister’ pollingNew Zealand has a new leader for its opposition, and – the party hopes – a new challenger to the enduring popularity of Labour’s Jacinda Ardern. The National party is pinning its hopes on Christopher Luxon, a former airline boss and a teetotaller, country music fan, waterskier, relative political unknown and – somewhat unusually for New Zealand politics – an eva...
Tags: World news, Asia Pacific, Labour, New Zealand, National party, Air New Zealand, Christopher Luxon, Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand politics, pollingNew Zealand, Christian Luxon


United States: Update: Federal Judge Rules That Only Natural Persons Can Be Inventors - Winstead PC

The case arises from an appeal filed by Stephen Thaler and his legal team concerning the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's treatment of U.S. Patent Application Nos. 16/524,350 and 16/524,532
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Australia live news update: Jenkins report finds one in three face sexual harassment in parliament; fifth NSW case of Omicron Covid variant detected

Labor targets Coalition over federal integrity bill during question time; fifth case of Omicron Covid variant detected in Sydney; Jenkins report reveals one in three parliament staffers experience sexual harassment; Jacqui Lambie question in Senate met with ‘dog noises’ and ‘growling’; human remains found in search for Russell Hill and Carol Clay; Victoria records 917 cases and six deaths; NSW records 179 cases and three deaths – follow all the day’s news liveMorrison urges states to ‘not get sp...
Tags: Australia, Senate, Australia news, Coalition, Australian politics, Sydney, Victoria, Jacqui Lambie, Scott Morrison, Jenkins, Westpac, Australian Securities and Investments Commission, Omicron, Russell Hill, Coronavirus, Carol Clay


China Unveils Golden Rooster Awards Nominees, to Surprising Jibes

China has released the list of nominees for its upcoming Golden Rooster Awards, a set of government-approved film industry prizes that it wants to be seen as rivaling the Taipei-based Golden Horse Awards, historically considered as the “Chinese-language Oscars.” The winning Roosters will be announced amidst a film festival running Dec. 28-30 in the port […]
Tags: Asia, News, China, Awards, Global, Taipei, Zhang Yimou, Golden Horse Awards, Golden Rooster Awards


Protect your Internet footprint better with 20 Cyber Monday deals on VPN subscriptions

Hackers and Internet thieves are everywhere these days, and the threat of your systems and devices being breached means that keeping your PC safe these days isn't really an option. Going offline is also a rarity, and being connected to the world wide web only subjects you more to the digital pirates looking to steal your information. — Read the rest
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Opinion: Brian Kelly's move from Notre Dame to LSU shows college football has a real problem on its hands

LSU pulling Brian Kelly out of Notre Dame one-upped USC's hiring of Lincoln Riley in a manner that should be shocking for college football.       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, LSU, Usa Today, Notre Dame, Usc, Brian Kelly, Lincoln Riley


Designer Virgil Abloh remembered at The Fashion Awards 2021

Designers and celebrities paid tribute to Virgil Abloh at the Fashion Awards in London on Monday, where the late Louis Vuitton and Off-White creative force was honored as a leader of change within the industry.
Tags: London, Cnn, Louis Vuitton, Virgil Abloh


Barbadians celebrate the birth of a republic and bid farewell to the Queen

With the stroke of midnight, Barbados cut its last remaining bonds to the British monarchy after nearly 400 years. In a vibrant celebratory ceremony on Monday evening, the Caribbean island removed Queen Elizabeth II as head of state and inaugurated its first-ever President.
Tags: Cnn, Caribbean, Elizabeth Ii, Barbados


Morrison urges states to ‘not get spooked’ by Omicron and keep borders open for Christmas

Prime minister says ‘we’re not going back to lockdowns’ ahead of national cabinet meetingFollow our Covid live blog for the latest updatesGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingScott Morrison has urged state premiers to “not get spooked” by the Omicron variant of Covid-19 and hold their nerve on internal border closures, while attempting to assure Australians their plans for a more normal Christmas remain on track.The prime minister will meet with premiers and territory chief minis...
Tags: Australia news, Australian politics, New South Wales, Victoria, Canberra, Scott Morrison, Northern Territory, Morrison, NSW Health, Coronavirus


Westpac: Australia bank pays out over charging dead people

Australia's second largest bank Westpac has agreed to pay $81m in penalties and compensate customers.
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Westpac: Australian bank pays out over charging dead people

Australia's second largest bank Westpac has agreed to pay $81m in penalties and compensate customers.
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Dolphins Dismantle The Panthers

Louis Ragone joins Michael Fink to discuss the Miami Dolphins impressive victory over the Carolina Panthers. Who did well? What we need to happen going forward? And, what needs to improve? We answer those questions and give you a few othe
Tags: News, Miami Dolphins, Carolina Panthers, Michael Fink, Louis Ragone


Suspicious, Insecure Trump ‘Most Difficult’ President To Brief On Intel, CIA Report Reveals

Trump “doubted the competence of intelligence professionals and felt no need for regular intelligence support,” says a report published by the CIA.
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Tropical cyclones in Asia could have double the destructive power by the end of century, study finds

Tropical cyclones in Asia could have double the destructive power by the end of the century, according to new research.
Tags: Asia, Cnn


Covid: Face masks rules return in England amid Omicron spread

Coverings become mandatory in shops and on public transport under measures to slow Omicron's spread.
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If you do just one exercise every day, try this one

Breathing and mobility coach Dana Santas demonstrates the most important exercise in all of the programs she creates: The Breathing Bridge. It's designed to improve breathing, posture and overall movement.
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Jack Dorsey: What's next for Twitter's co-founder?

The last time the tech visionary left Twitter, he set up another company now worth $100bn.
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