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Push for cheap medication

Changing the regulations which govern Australian pharmacies could help lower the prices paid by people in country areas for prescription medication, according to a lobby group pushing for reform. The new push for a better deal for rural customers comes after the release of the Great Pharmacy Debate....

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My generation is getting married, just not the way their parents ...

People who are in their 20s and early 30s may have heard of the label 'millennial' spoken of with a certain derision. Why wouldn't they? This generation - my generation - has been blamed for the fall of many industries, from motorcycles to casual dining and traditional weddings. Let's talk about the weddings.

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SPONSORED: The TOYS are back in town

in Aberdeen has welcomed Toytown as a brand new offering at the centre and they have gone mad for toys! From your favourite brands such as Barbie, Lego, L.O.L. to indoor and outdoor games the shopping centre seem to have it all. Toytown Debenhams Flying Tiger The Works and Claire’s all have a range of toys available to buy at great prices.

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Have a Hippie Christmas with Bellcare

SPONSORED CONTENT. A LOCAL home care company is already planning ahead for its Christmas party, in order to give its service-users a fabulous Yuletide celebration. Based in Workington, Bellcare supports and cares for vulnerable adults in their own homes, that considers all the people they care for....

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BEG BORROW STEAL 'I stole sugar from McDonald's as Universal Credit wait left me penniless' SARAH Jane Doyle has gone hungry and been forced into debt due to the gruelling five-week wait for the Government's chaotic new benefit system. The former pub land

Sarah Jane has struggled financially from day one on Universal Credit. She was so short of cash during the wait for her first payment she had to pawn some of her most precious posessions just to get by - she got £40 for her phone, £60 for her tablet and £80 for her TV.

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Oor Wullie Bucket Trail

May 19 2019. An artist is aiming to dazzle the public after she painted an Oor Wullie sculpture in First World War camouflage colours. May 1 2019. An artist is brewing up a caffeinated-themed Oor Wullie to help raise funds for a Tayside children's hospital. March 25 2017.

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Opinion: Limerick ready to meet the challenge of Tipperary

ON December 14 last Tipperary lined up at the Caherdavin end of the Gaelic Grounds to afford Limerick a guard of honour in their first competitive fixture since winning the All-Ireland SHC title. It was a well received gesture from Liam Sheedy’s men but the reality is that no sportsman wants to stand applauding the merits of another.

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Morocco prosecutor seeks death penalty for Imlil terrorists

SALE - A Moroccan prosecutor is seeking death sentences for three men accused of killing two Scandinavian women hikers in a terrorist attack in the Imlil region in the High Atlas Mountains. In closing arguments Thursday, prosecutor Khalid El Kerdoudi told the jury that "we can't be lenient toward these human beasts.

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Northern Ireland We paid ultimate price, says widow of man killed at work Quarrying company fined a total of £150,000 for health and safety breaches.

Terex GB UK Ltd, which had a £300m turnover in the past two years, was charged with the corporate manslaughter of 51-year-old father-of-two Stevie McTeague at its stock yard at Cookstown Road in Killyclogher, Omagh, in July 2016. However, the charge was allowed to remain on the books after director....

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Why opportunism is threatening to rain on the colourful parade of Dublin Pride Festival 2019

An Post has painted letter boxes in Pride's rainbow colours, the Aviva Stadium is being lit up at night and even St James's Gate at the Guinness Storehouse has dropped its black facade for the first time. It all culminates in a parade through Dublin city centre tomorrow, which organ isers hope will top the record attendance of 60,000 set last year.

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Catherine Deveney

June 28, 2019. Old photographs are bitter sweet, a captured moment lost forever. June 21, 2019. Hearing about the egalitarianism of the Open University at a conference on life-long learning last week, the classics teacher of my all-girls convent school sprang to mind. June 14, 2019.

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samoa S.N.P.F. declares 9.1 percent dividend By Ivamere Nataro, 06/28/2019

Christmas has come early for contributors and members of the Samoa National Provident Fund (S.N.P.F.) with the Fund declaring a dividend of 9.1. percent for the financial year ending 30 June, 2019. This was confirmed in a statement issued by the Fund on Friday. The dividend is in accordance with Section 36 of the S.

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Jony Ive

Jonathan Ive. Sir Jonathan Paul Ive KBE (born 27 February 1967) is a British designer and the (CDO) of Apple Inc. He oversees the Apple Industrial Design Group and also provides leadership and direction for Human Interface software teams across the company. Ive is the designer of many of Apple's products, including the and Early life.

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‘I want to live’: Race against time to find man a living liver donor

Since Christmas, Bob’s strength has deteriorated substantially due to a loss of muscle mass. “He has fallen and hurt himself numerous times,” Darlene noted. “He requires a cane or walker.” At the moment, Bob is on a regimen of 21 pills a day, and Lactulose does its best to ward off hepatic encephalopathy, toxins building up in his bloodstream.

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Try it all in one weekend! : Five activities for the perfect Luxembourg stay-cation

Boasting a spectacular number of Michelin star restaurants, unrivalled nature walks and the auspicious title of one of the world’s most relaxed cities, it’s not hard to understand the attraction. Lucky for those who already live in Lux’, and the charm seems to be catching on as a growing number of....

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James Middleton: Kate and Pippa's little brother who carved out a quiet life away from the royal fishbowl

James Middleton gives glimpses into his life on Instagram James Middleton gives glimpses into his life on Instagram James Middleton arrives for the 20th GQ Men of the Year Award at Komische Oper on November 8, 2018 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Isa Foltin/Getty Images for GQ Germany) (left to right)....

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Amazon Prime Day in Australia: What to expect during Prime Day 2019

Prime Day 2018: the best-sellers from last year. Prime Day 2018 saw Amazon sell over 100 million products around the world and over one million smart home devices not just Amazon ones but Philips Hue lights, Hive thermostats and various manufacturers’ smart plugs.

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History shows Sunderland life can be tough for a big club in its second season in League One

Sunderland are by no means the only big club to drop into League One and defy the lazy assumptions of those further afield by not bouncing back at the first opportunity. Former Premier League clubs Leicester City, Blackburn Rovers, Norwich City and Wolverhampton Wanderers all managed to keep their....

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Newcastle United takeover and transfer news LIVE: Porto's Sergio Conceicao 'interested' in replacing Rafa Benitez

Sir John Hall on finding the right manager. Speaking to Chronicle Live’s Chris Waugh in an exclusive interview, former NUFC owner Sir John Hall discussed many things to do with the club including finding the right manager. “It’s difficult, very difficult.

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What is an Avios point actually worth? How to make your points go the extra mile

You can spend Avios points on short-haul flights once you've got 4,000 points, and on long-haul flights once you've got 13,000. Reward flights can be booked with British Airways, Aer Lingus, Iberia, Vuelings and OneWorld Alliance airlines. For the purpose of this we'll look at British Airways....

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Kid Curry tipped to be hot shot at Caley Jags​

John Robertson admits that Mitchell Curry could be spear-heading Middlesbrough’s Premiership promotion push after Christmas if he is hot stuff in the Highlands. The young Boro loanee is being tipped to set the Scottish Championship on fire this season with his explosive pace and goalscoring prowess.

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Bride's fury after 'child-free wedding' is gatecrashed by husband's cousin's toddlers

. 28 June 2019, 06:50 | Updated: 28 June 2019, 06:52 One bride wanted a child-free wedding... but her husband's cousin had other ideas (stock image). Picture: Getty. By Emma Gritt @emmagritt Venting on Reddit, the bride claimed that her husband's cousin brought her two youngsters to purposefully spite her - and that they ruined her big day.

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Delays and disruption as city centre roads set to close for Armed Forces Day

Motorists have been warned to expect delays in city centre roads as roads are closed for almost an hour. plans to shut a number of key routes around the centre for 45 minutes on Saturday (June 29) while a parade take places for Armed Forces Day, Led by the 266 Gloucestershire Volunteer Artillery....

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We all pay the price if bank whistleblowers are ignored after HBOS collapse Kate Kenny

IT is 15 years since Paul Moore – the then head of Group Regulatory Risk at HBOS – told his senior managers that his bank was risking its very existence. In his opinion, HBOS customers, shareholders and the future of the bank itself were all in danger. A toxic sales culture had evolved. Managers were under pressure to meet targets.

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