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How Tesco scheme is helping Bradford's Immanuel Project - Bradford Telegraph and Argus

How Tesco scheme is helping Bradford's Immanuel Project   Bradford Telegraph and Argus A BRADFORD charity has increased the level of care it provides to homeless and vulnerable people in the city through Tesco's Community Food…
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Tesco and Asda cereal bars could contain salmonella - Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Tesco and Asda cereal bars could contain salmonella   Bradford Telegraph and Argus TWO more supermarket products are being recalled over fears they could contain dangerous salmonella.
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Arrow Season 7 Episode 19 Recap

Arrow Season 7 Episode 19 Recap The 9th Circle is on the move in Arrow Season 7 Episode 19. First, the terror organization steals an ARGUS database. Then, they break in and steal steal the tablet with the Archer program. Diggle suggests they meet with a contact he has at the DIA. Meanwhile, Oliver is determined to find Emiko and tell her that Dante had Emiko’s mother killed. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = P...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, The Cw, Archer, Mia, Recap, Arrow, Oliver, Dante, Andy, TV Recap, Stewart, Argus, DIA, Emiko

Argument analysis: Justices appear likely to endorse broader reading of FOIA exemption for “confidential” commercial information

An observer might be excused if she was confused by Monday’s oral argument in Food Marketing Institute v. Argus Leader Media. The case concerns the application of the term “confidential” commercial or financial information in Exemption 4 of the Freedom of Information Act to grocery-store data collected from transactions involving debit cards issued to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits recipients. A South Dakota newspaper had requested the data as part of its investigations into ...
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Cleckheaton Tesco workers step in to promote Race for Life - Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Cleckheaton Tesco workers step in to promote Race for Life   Bradford Telegraph and Argus TESCO store in Cleckheaton turned pink on Saturday to promote a forthcomign Race for Life event for Cancer Research UK.
Tags: Shopping, Argus, Argus Tesco, Cleckheaton, Cleckheaton Tesco, Life Bradford Telegraph


The tail of the lion has left its family behind it. The star escaped from the cluster where it was born. Today, it travels through the galaxy alone. Yet it hasn’t given up all traces of home. It moves through the galaxy in the same way as dozens of other stars — an indication that they may be related. Denebola — a name that means “the tail of the lion” — is the third-brightest star of Leo. It’s in the east as night falls, at the bottom of the figure that outlines the lion. It’s almost twice as m...
Tags: Space, Earth, Leo, Argus, Denebola, Damond Benningfield Keywords

Arrow Episode 7.15 Promo: Training Day

Arrow Episode 7.15 Promo: Training Day After Oliver Queen unmasked as the Green Arrow, Star City hasn’t been very friendly towards vigilantes. But in Arrow season 7, Oliver and his team found a loophole. Dinah/Black Canary deputized the team as members of the SCPD. Now, in the promo for Arrow episode 7.15, it’s time for the team to get their police training. Unfortunately, their brand of justice doesn’t mesh well with traditional police procedures. PB = PB || {};...
Tags: Comics, TV, Movies, TV News, The Cw, Dc, Arrow, Oliver, Dante, Stephen Amell, Diaz, Argus, Ruba Nadda, Oliver Queen, Dinah Juliana Harkavy, Emiko Queen

Kristian Gammell given five months to turn his life around and find work - Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Kristian Gammell given five months to turn his life around and find work   Bradford Telegraph and Argus A MAN has been given five months to sort his life out after breaching a restraining order against his ex-partner.
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Leicester’s Jamie Vardy took out Brighton’s Davy Propper with a dangerous foul

Leicester 2 – Brighton 1 On the same day that Brendan Rodgers was named the new Leicester City manager, the Foxes beat Brighton 2-1 in the Premier League. Jamie Vardy proved to be the match-winner for Leicester. His second half goal, from a James Maddison assist, proved decisive. Demarai Gray broke the deadlock after just 10 minutes. Dutch midfielder Davy Propper scored his first goal for Brighton in the 66th minute, but the foxes held on for the win. Jamie Vardy’s horror foul on Davy Propper ...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Brighton, Brendan Rodgers, Leicester, Leicester City, Jamie Vardy, Demarai Gray, Vardy, Argus, Davy Propper, Propper, James Maddison, Brighton Hove Albion FC, Leicester Brendan Rodgers, Davy Propper Jamie Vardy

Doom Patrol Episode 2 Recap

Doom Patrol episode 2 recap Doom Patrol episode 2 picks up right where the pilot episode ended. The town of Cloverton get sucked into the vortex of light in the middle of town. All of that is collateral damage. Mr. Nobody really just wants The Chief. As the bus gets sucked toward the vortex, Jane tries unsuccessfully to stop it. With The Chief sucked in, Jane jumps into the vortex after him, just as the portal closes. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gpt...
Tags: TV, Movies, Justice League, Detroit, Recap, Victor, Underground, TV Recap, Katy, Silas, Rita, Larry, Jane, Argus, Baby Doll, ComingSoon

Bradford groups can apply for share of £100,000 - Bradford Telegraph and Argus

   Bradford Telegraph and Argus TESCO is marking its centenary by offering projects the chance to bag their share of a £100000 funding pot.
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Chester nurse can’t bring herself to cook Tesco 'kissing carrots' - Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Chester nurse can’t bring herself to cook Tesco 'kissing carrots'   Bradford Telegraph and Argus A NURSE from Chester couldn't bring herself to cook these romantically-shaped carrots – and so kept it as a Valentine's Day ornament.
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Court releases April calendar

The Supreme Court has released its calendar for the April sitting, which begins on April 15. Unlike the February and March sittings, which will feature only six and nine hours of argument, respectively, the April sitting is scheduled to have a full slate of 12 oral arguments – two on each of the six days of the sitting. The April sitting is perhaps most noteworthy for what it does not currently include: the challenge to the Trump administration’s decision to add a question about citizenship to t...
Tags: New York, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, California, United States, Davis, Wisconsin, Smith, United, Newton, Trump, Howe, Argus, McDonough, Brunetti

Baildon Imagination Library scoops £2k from Tesco - Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Baildon Imagination Library scoops £2k from Tesco   Bradford Telegraph and Argus BAILDON Imagination Library is to receive £2000 from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative.
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Book Review: THE FLICKER MEN by Ted Kosmatka

Title: The Flicker Men Author: Ted Kosmatka Genre: Science Fiction Publisher: Henry Holt & CoPublication date: July 2015Hardcover: 352 pages A quantum physicist shocks the world with a startling experiment, igniting a struggle between science and theology, free will and fate, and antagonizing forces not known to exist.Eric Argus is a washout. His prodigious early work clouded his reputation and strained his sanity. But an old friend gives him another chance, an opportunity to...
Tags: Books, Science Fiction, Book Reviews, Thriller, Feynman, Eric, Argus, Crichton, 8 Rated Books, Henry Holt, Ted Kosmatka, Eric Argus, Ted Kostmatka, Kosmatka

This $115 outdoor security camera lets me keep an eye on my porch from anywhere in the world

The   Insider Picks   team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. A high-quality outdoor security camera sends you alerts when the motion sensor is tripped, records clear video, and saves video clips to the cloud. I like the Reolink Argus 2 Camera because it does an excellent job of alerting me when someone is on my porch, I rarely get false alarms, and I can access live and archived video from ...
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Arrow Episode 7.10 Extended Promo: Oliver Stays on the Side of Law

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Arrow Episode 7.10 extended promo: Oliver stays on the side of law The CW has released an extended promo for Arrow episode 7.10 titled “My Name is Emiko Queen,” (Previously titled “Shattered Lives). The video features Oliver Queen having a public interview on a news program convincing the people of Star City that he’s already done with his vigilante ways while simultaneously showing clips of him as Green Arrow. The midseason premiere is scheduled to air on January 21. Chec...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, The Cw, Cw, Arrow, Oliver, Emily Bett Rickards, Stephen Amell, Argus, Star City, Sarah Schechter, Oliver Stephen Amell, Oliver Queen, John Diggle, Warner Bros Television

Arrow Episode 7.10 Promo Reveals the New Green Arrow’s Mission

Arrow episode 7.10 promo reveals the new Green Arrow’s mission The CW has released the second promo for Arrow episode 7.10 titled “Shattered Lives,” highlighting the reason why Star City’s newest vigilante took the responsibility of being the new Green Arrow. The midseason premiere is scheduled to air on January 21. Check out the video below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAd...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, The Cw, Cw, Arrow, Oliver, Emily Bett Rickards, Stephen Amell, Argus, Star City, Sarah Schechter, Oliver Stephen Amell, ComingSoon, Oliver Queen, John Diggle

Penniless fraudster spent £56,683 in Tesco using faulty bank card - Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Penniless fraudster spent £56,683 in Tesco using faulty bank card   Bradford Telegraph and Argus A FRAUDSTER who tried to get away with almost £60000 of free shopping has been jailed for two years and three months.
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Tesco boosts T&A Toys & Tins Appeal thanks to generous customers - Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Tesco boosts T&A Toys & Tins Appeal thanks to generous customers   Bradford Telegraph and Argus FOR the third year running, Tesco, in Canal Road, Bradford, has supported the Telegraph & Argus Toys & Tins Appeal and puts its success down to the ...
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Bad news for Brighton before Everton

Ahead of Brighton’s clash with Everton on Saturday, Chris Hughton has provided an injury update on Pascal Gross. Gross has been out with an ankle injury since the beginning of September. Pascal Gross injury update Speaking to The Argus about Gross’s injury situation, Hughton stated: “It’s a minor setback. We’ve had to just come down again. “He will be outside in the early part of the week and we’re hoping that he will be training by the end of next week. “It’s certainly not an issue. He’s good...
Tags: Gross, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Newcastle, Everton, Brighton, West Ham, Sussex, Crawley Town, Pascal, Glenn Murray, Chris Hughton, Manchester United Related

Arrow Episode 7.02 Promo: Oliver Will Do Anything for His Family

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Arrow episode 7.02 promo: Oliver will do anything for his family Following Arrow‘s seventh season premiere last night, The CW has released the first promo for their DC superhero series’ upcoming second episode titled “The Longbow Hunters”, highlighting Oliver and Felicity’s separate efforts to hunt down Ricardo Diaz (Kirk Acevedo), who is the reason why Oliver surrendered his Green Arrow identity. Episode 2 will air next week on October 22. Check out the video below! The...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, The Cw, Cw, Arrow, Oliver, Emily Bett Rickards, Stephen Amell, Diaz, Argus, Felicity, Sarah Schechter, Laura Belsey, TV Premiere Dates, Diggle

Orsted, CM Biomass Partners, Stockholm Exergi, Hofor and Bioenergy Europe, discuss biomass sourcing strategies and raw feedstock availability

Global energy and commodity price-reporting agency Argus will host the Argus Biomass Nordics and Baltics 2018conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 29-31 October. Drawing on the success of the flagship London Biomass conference, the inaugural event focused on the Nordic and Baltic Read more…
Tags: Energy, Utilities, Seo, Environmental, Baltics, Copenhagen Denmark, Argus, News Trends, Orsted CM Biomass Partners Stockholm Exergi Hofor, Bioenergy Europe, Argus Biomass Nordics, London Biomass

Industry to gather at Argus Batteries in Automotives 2018

Global energy and commodity price-reporting agency Argus will host the Argus Batteries in Automotives 2018 conference at Wiesbaden, Germany, on 18-19 September. Building on an established series of events in the metals sector, the inaugural conference will bring together battery professionals and Read more…
Tags: Seo, Argus, Wiesbaden Germany, News Trends, Argus Batteries

Erle Cox: Out of the Silence

and two other novels Out of the Silence (1919) Erle Cox (1873-1950) published just three novels, the first of which, Out of the Silence, was for many years listed as one of the classics of the genre. Its lustre has faded now, but it's status as the first Australia sf novel to stride the world's stage remains. First published as a serial in The Argus, a Melbourne daily newspaper, in 1919, it subsequently made it into book form in Australia, (Vidler, Melbourne), London (Hamilton) and Paris (Li...
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Here Technologies and Argus join our Tel Aviv lineup

Let’s share a bit more about our agenda for TechCrunch’s Tel Aviv event. This year, the event will focus on mobility and everything around it, from autonomous vehicles, to sensors, drones and security. That’s why I’m incredibly excited to announce two great speakers. Argus Cyber Security co-founder and CEO Ofer Ben Noon and Here Technologies Head of Mobility Liad Itzhak will join us on stage. By focusing on mobility, we have the opportunity to spend more time talking about the companies ma...
Tags: Google, Security, Startups, Nokia, Tel Aviv, Tech, Automotive, Waze, Here, Daimler, Argus, Audi BMW, Argus Cyber Security, Here Technologies, Ofer Ben Noon, Liad Itzhak

The Star Wars News Roundup for April 6, 2018

Star Wars news for the week of April 6, 2018 The purpose of this roundup is to put all the Star Wars news from the week of April 6, 2018 in one location. If you read this each week, you should be able to converse fluently with any Star Wars fan on everything from the latest Star Wars developments to the latest toys. And maybe you’ll even share with them something that they might have missed. Let’s get to it! Solo: A Star Wars Story News and Rumors Confirmed: Solo to be presented at the Ca...
Tags: Star Wars, Comics, Games, TV, Movies, La, Disney, Lego, Paris, David Bowie, TV News, Hasbro, Harrison Ford, Resistance, Lucasfilm, Tunisia

Reolink is back with its Argus 2, a fully portable security camera

When you create a wildly successful Indiegogo campaign aimed at securing homes and families, the only logical thing to do is build upon that success. And that is precisely what Reolink has done with the introduction of the Reolink Argus 2. The post Reolink is back with its Argus 2, a fully portable security camera appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Argus launches Chinese UCO and UCOME export price reporting

In Singapore, surging exports of used cooking oil (UCO) and UCO methyl ester (UCOME) from China to Europe have led to a need for greater market transparency. Leading global energy and commodity news and price reporting agency Argus has responded by launching price assessments today for these products, which are used as biodiesel. The new assessments reflect market prices for UCO and UCOME loaded from Shanghai, Suzhou and Huangpu and shipped to Europe. The assessments are calculated using a mar...
Tags: Europe, China, Singapore, Producer News, UCO, Argus, UCOME, Shanghai Suzhou, Huangpu, Iosco Principles for Price Reporting Agencies

Brighton’s Leicester Leonardo Ulloa deal is on

Brighton & Leicester Leonardo Ulloa For the entirety of the January transfer window, Brighton have been looking to sign strikers. Brighton are 16th in the Premier League, just one point above the drop zone. Moreover, they’ve only scored 17 goals in 24 league matches this season. Only rock-bottom Swansea (15) have scored less. If Chris Hughton’s team hope to beat the drop they need to start finding the back of the net. Theyt’ve already broken their club transfer record bringing in Jurgen Locadia...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Swansea, Everton, Brighton, Leicester, Seamus Coleman, Leicester City, King Power Stadium, Peterborough, Glenn Murray, Chris Hughton, Kelechi Iheanacho, Ulloa, PSV