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Default offer laws in Victoria - which mean providers must tell customers if they can get cheaper energy - have seen power bills plummet. The Lacoste Ladies Open de France Settles In. The tournament has changed locations and sponsors over its more than 30 years, but has now found a home. Benefits claimants. In common with other newspapers, an article on 11 February reported official Department of Work and Pensions figures which suggested that 68 per cent of incapacity claimants were receiving benefits despite being fit for work. While 29 per cent were found fit for work straight away, the other 39 per cent were assessed as being unable to work now but able to work in the foreseeable future. We are happy to clarify the position. Golf Homes What $1 Million Will Buy. Do you prefer your golf home to be in the desert or the jungle? Or perhaps South Africas wine lands? WTA's mission to grow women's tennis. WTA CEO Steve Simon talks to Pat Cash about Maria Sharapova's 2017 return and how he plans to grow the game. Union Says G.M. Strike Wont End Until Workers Vote on Deal. The United Automobile Workers said the tentative contract agreement would provide wage increases and improve the prospects of temporary employees. Liverpool fans in racism storm as they unfurl offensive banner about Divock Origi's manhood. DOMINIC KING IN GENK Liverpool face a UEFA fine after their travelling fans unfurled a banner in Genk on Wednesday night that the club described as 'highly offensive and inappropriate'. How is the growth in India and China different? Nov. 15 - Professor Ashutosh Varshney discusses the difference between authoritarian political dispensation and messy democracies. Why NASAs First All-Women Spacewalk Made History. Two women on Earth, Jessica Bennett and Mary Robinette Kowal, had a chat about two women astronauts in medium-sized spacesuits. Stories From the Neighborhood, Then Goose Bumps. Kelly Hayes and John Nordstrom grew up in the same town and went to the same high school, but, until recently, had somehow never managed to meet. Jeff Brazier puts on a brave face as he hides his ring finger after admitting to marital problems. Jeff Brazier put on a brave face on Wednesday as he was seen for the first time since admitting he is having marital problems with wife Kate Dwyer. U.S. Republicans disrupt Trump impeachment inquiry. Republican lawmakers on Wednesday disrupted the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump's dealings in Ukraine by entering a secure room where a witness had been testifying, according to two Democrats who had been attending the session. Apple's AR headset will sync with your iPhone to display, games, maps, messages and more says report. The glasses will come with holographic lenses that will likely serve as the technical backbone of the device and bring its AR experience to life by overlaying digital displays on real life. Scientists can tell how much sun you have been exposed to - by looking at your FAECES. In the study, published in the journal Frontiers in Microbiology, 21 healthy women from Vancouver were recruited by the University of British Columbia. The Week in Arts Glorious Nubian Art in Boston. The Nubians of ancient Sudan left behind artwork as fine as the Egyptians. Now its on view at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. JEFF PRESTRIDGE What on earth is going on at peer-to-peer lending group Funding Circle? Whichever way you look at this firm - either as an investor or customer (particularly sellers) - it looks like a business in crisis. London overtakes New York as the city that attracts the most funding for financial technology firms. London's fintech firms have attracted 114 deals worth 1.6bn so far this year, according to venture capital fund Innovate Partners and promotional company London Partners. Liverpool fans in racism storm as they unfurl offensive banner about Divock Origi's manhood. DOMINIC KING IN GENK Liverpool face a UEFA fine after their travelling fans unfurled a banner in Genk on Wednesday night that the club described as 'highly offensive and inappropriate'. Neuroscientists have created 'mini brains' from human tissue that can FEEL and even suffer. Elan Ohayon - director of the Green Neuroscience Laboratory in San Diego, California - and colleaguesargue that checks need to be in place to stop organoids from enduring pain.
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