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Freedom to Build More Affordable Homes

Government urged to give City Hall and London councils the resources and freedom to build more homes Tell Government: Give Us the Freedom to Build More Affordable Homes Mayor and councils tell government: Give us the freedom to build more affordable homes Sadiq and borough leaders write to Chancellor on eve of crucial Budget The […]
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Gold Starts to Recover Its Traditional Role

Gold is making a comeback as money, despite a century of near-universal negativism about its future as a key element in global finance. Recently “its popularity as a medium of exchange for international transactions has been soaring,” reports the FT’s John Dizard, with large volumes of both “reported and unreported” trading in the physical metal. […]

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Course Records in Duesseldorf

Both course records were broken and a number of Olympic qualifying standards achieved at the 10th METRO GROUP Marathon Duesseldorf. Ethiopia’s Seboka Diriba Tola ran 2:08:27 and improved the two year-old mark by five seconds. He finished ahead of Duncan Koech (Kenya/2:08:33) and former Kenyan Abraham Kiprotich (France/2:08:35). In contrast the women’s winner caused quite […]
Time-to-Run Marathon

Sunday Art Fair 2012

Fair Highlights and Full Exhibitor List Announced Continuing to position itself as a key fixture in London’s cultural landscape, SUNDAY art fair will present 20 young galleries from 10 countries and will also feature SUNDAY School, an extended public programme of specially commissioned artist projects, performances and events. SUNDAY, the gallery-led art fair, is a […]
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IAAF Heritage Exhibition opens in Ostrava

June 2018 – The IAAF Heritage World / Continental Cup – 1977 To 2018 – Exhibition opened in Ostrava, Czech Republic, to applause and accolades from the dignitaries and public gathered in the Czech city’s Forum Nova Karolina Shopping Centre. The two-part Exhibition of 200 items, covering both ancient and contemporary aspects of the sport, […]
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Duffy, Mola win WTS Hamburg

HAMBURG, GERMANY – Thousands of people shut down the city of Hamburg to line the streets and watch the world’s fastest triathletes compete at the 2017 ITU World Triathlon Hamburg. Flora Duffy, Mario Mola win WTS in Hamburg The fifth stop of the 2017 Series was a historic one as Bermuda’s Flora Duffy won her […]
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German government bonds decline

Over 2014 there has been a steady decline in the yield on German government bonds. As a result bunds have outperformed other developed markets. This outperformance could have been driven by two factors: The rising liquidity premium – the premium investors are willing to pay to hold the sovereign bond (in terms of lower yields) […]

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5000m European record for Hassan

With little more than three weeks before the gun goes on the Berlin 2018 European Athletics Championships, many athletes with medal pretentions were in action at the IAAF Diamond League meeting in Rabat on Friday night and none more so than the Netherlands’ 2014 European 1500m champion Sifan Hassan. Sifan Hassan sets new 5000m European […]
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Rare Victorian 3D Photographs for Tate

Astronomer and Queen’s guitarist, Dr Brian May has lent a rare collection of Victorian stereographic 3D photographs to Tate Britain. They are featured in ‘Poor man’s picture gallery’: Victorian Art and Stereoscopic Photography until 12 April 2015. This is the first display in a major British art gallery devoted to the nineteenth-century craze of three-dimensional […]
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Economic Growth and Environmental Impact

We Need to Live Better While Using Less – EPA Report Sets Out How to Break the Link Between Economic Growth and Environmental Impact Millions of Euro per year can be saved right across the economy and society if people use water, energy and raw materials in a better way – through efficient production processes […]

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