Married couple die after being hit by car in Largs, Scotland

October 10, 2017 By

Sunday, August 4, 2013 A man and his wife, aged 87 and 84, have died after a car hit them in North Ayrshire in Scotland. The couple, who have yet to be publicly identified, were walking across Greenock Road in the town of Largs when they were hit by a red Toyota at approximately 9:15am […]

Hubble telescope spots oldest galaxies ever seen

October 9, 2017 By

Thursday, December 10, 2009 American and European scientists say the upgraded Hubble space telescope has spotted the oldest galaxies ever seen. The images were taken with the telescope’s new Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) in August this year. The galaxies are about 13 billion light years from Earth, meaning they formed less than one billion […]

Bikers begin descent on South Carolina resort for rallies

October 8, 2017 By

Saturday, May 14, 2005 Myrtle Beach, South Carolina —This weekend is the kick-off for two motorcycle rallies held annually in the U.S. eastern seacoast town of Myrtle Beach. Enthusiasts this year are expected to meet or exceed the 170,000 bikers that arrived last year in droves to the small resort town of 23,000. Festivities span […]

Adelaide Assets Control}

October 8, 2017 By

More On This Topic: Trust Accounting System Best Trust Accounting Software Adelaide assets control by John Adams Adelaide is the capital metropolis of the kingdom of South Australia, and the fifth-maximum populous city in Australia. In June 2014, Adelaide had an anticipated resident population of 1.31 million. South Australia, with a complete of 1.7 million […]

Australian refugee contractor accused of breaching its duty of care

October 8, 2017 By

Friday, December 30, 2005 Contents 1 Richard Niyonsaba 2 Denial of food 3 Background and Criticisms 4 Sources The Australian Centre for Languages, a company which has a multi-million dollar contract with the Australian government to provide refugee services, has been accused of breaching its duty of care following the death of a chronically ill […]

Iran to launch its first nuclear power plant

October 8, 2017 By

Saturday, August 14, 2010 Ali Akbar Salehi, chief of Iran’s Atomic Energy Agency, announced Friday that Iran is scheduled to launch its first nuclear power plant in Bushehr. Russia said that it will start loading fuel into the reactor on August 21, 2010. Russia has assisted Iran in the construction of this reactor since the […]

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October 7, 2017 By

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Copiapó, Chile mining accident: in depth

October 7, 2017 By

Wednesday, October 13, 2010 The rescue of the Chilean miners trapped in the San José Mine in Copiapó, codenamed Operación San Lorenzo (San Lorenzo Operation), began on Tuesday night, at around 20:00 local time (23:00 UTC). Florencio Ávalos was the first miner to be rescued, at 00:12 local time (03:12 UTC) on Wednesday. He was […]

Advertising contract scandal could bring down Canadian government

October 7, 2017 By

Friday, April 22, 2005 “Those who are in power are to be held responsible, and that includes me,” Canada’s Prime Minister, Paul Martin, told his nation in the first live address by a PM in ten years. “If so much as a dollar is found to have made its way into the Liberal Party for […]

Philippines ferry disaster: ship owner sues over toxic cargo; recovery deadline set & more

October 6, 2017 By

Tuesday, July 8, 2008 Several new developments have occurred surrounding the loss of Philippine ferry MV Princess of the Stars, which capsized and sank on June 21 during a severe storm. The loss near Sibuyan island during Typhoon Fengshen, known locally as Frank, killed more than 800 of those on board. Ship owner Sulpicio Lines […]