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Fresh ideas boom at HSBC- British Council Youth Enterprise Awards

HSBC Youth Enterprise Awards jointly organised by the British Council and HSBC is a business plan contest aimed at recognising and supporting young entrepreneurs in Sri Lanka to start-up their busines... read more

Charged With a Crime? Better Check Your Facebook Pictures

Earlier this year, the realms of law and new media collided when Lori Drew was hit with federal charges for creating a fake MySpace page and harassing a neighboring teenager, who then committed suicid... read more

Green energy entrepreneurs can win £5,000 every MONTH with Shell

His company is part of a boom in environmentally-friendly ... He entered his business idea into the Shell LiveWIRE Youth Enterprise programme which has seen him winning the Shell LiveWIRE Future Impac... read more

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Debunking the great Australian banking myth

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A book that gives insight to Punyakante’s writing oeuvre

Gratiaen Prize winning author Punyakante Wijenaike released her latest book ‘Life a passing dream?’ last year. The book includes both poems and short stories alongside autobiographic accounts which de... read more

What I learned about Partition

Pakistani students have to read a course called Pakistan Studies; there is no such thing as “India Studies” in India. The burden of teaching Indian students about Indian identity thus falls on history ... read more

Low-wage fast-food jobs leave hefty tax bill, report says

The fast-food industry costs American taxpayers nearly $7 billion annually because its jobs pay so little that 52 percent of fast-food workers are forced to enroll their families in public assistance ... read more

In the shadow of the volcano

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Infrastructure deficit puts us on a road to nowhere

There's every indication we are approaching a national emergency when it comes to infrastructure, writes Alan Kohler. One of Australia's many political ironies is that the national effort to Stop The ... read more

PLP Release Their Full 2012 Election Platform

The full 40-page PLP platform is below [PDF here]: Update 1.51pm: Video of Premier Paula Cox making the announcement below. Update 2.01pm: Video of Derrick Burgess and Dame Jennifer Smith at this morn... read more

Is global warming solar induced?

There is some news making the rounds that Earth is not the only planet experiencing global warming. Mars, for example, possibly appears to be getting a bit warmer, as are Jupiter, Neptune’s moon Trito... read more

How to solve the crisis

It's into the dangerous land of hubris that I'm going to stray today. I have a plan (perhaps better than a Baldrick-style cunning one) that might just ease the credit-crunch pressure in the UK and hel... read more

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