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The Millionaires' Factory Lays Bare The Good And Bad About Australia's Millionaire Manufacturer Macquarie Bank

MENA FN 31 Mar 2023
(MENAFN - The Conversation) allen & unwin the millionaires' factory , subtitled–the inside story of how Macquarie Bank became a global giant– by financial journalists Joyce Moullakis and Chris ... .

Howard Herman: The good, the bad and the ugly from the Red Sox opener

The Berkshire Eagle 31 Mar 2023
BOSTON — It wasn't the way Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora had it drawn up ... So let's win today. Modal ... ....

'Badly disorganised': Public inquiry lists widespread police failings in Canada's worst mass shooting

Australian Broadcasting Corporation 31 Mar 2023
A public inquiry has identified widespread failures in how Canada's federal police force responded to a 2020 massacre that saw 22 killed, recommending the government to rethink the country's policing ... .

'We're going to have more casualties': Bad tornado season in US is set to get worse

USA Today 31 Mar 2023
With 311 tornadoes so far, according to Storm Prediction Center data, it's the third-most-active start to a year on record in the U.S.  ;      ... .

'The Bad Batch' Season 2: Our Biggest Unanswered Questions

Collider 31 Mar 2023
With the galaxy of Star Wars ever-expanding, shows like The Bad Batch fill in gaps in the timeline. The Bad Batch is the latest addition to the legacy of animated shows that deal with dark concepts ... The Bad ...

Liberals losing Aston by-election would be ‘very bad’ for Peter Dutton

The Daily Telegraph Australia 31 Mar 2023
... very bad” for Peter Dutton and could result in him no longer leading the Liberals in the next election.

iOS 16.4 Emojis: The Good, the Bad, and the Weird. Our Top Picks

The Philadelphia Inquirer 31 Mar 2023
The iOS 16.4 update brings the usual security and performance upgrades. Of course, they have the fun additions. new emojis! ... .

COLUMN: When lawmakers commit acts of bad behavior

Lebanon Reporter 31 Mar 2023
You’ve probably heard that old term, “Methinks he (or she) doth protest too much.” ... .

11 bits of bad news the Tories slipped out as Parliament heads into Easter break

The Mirror 31 Mar 2023
In typical fashion the Government published a series of written statements, documents and reports as MPs head on a two-week break. Here The Mirror looks at some of the news that slipped out on the last day before recess ... .

High cost of living has badly affected saving ability of Pakistanis

TeluguStop 31 Mar 2023
The high cost of living has badly affected ...

Badly Drawn Boy pays heartfelt tribute to brother during emotional homecoming Manchester gig

Manchester Evening News 31 Mar 2023
Reflecting on 25 years in the music industry Badly Drawn Boy also paid tribute to Manchester greats Tony Wilson and Caroline Aherne ... .

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In this photo provided by the Belarusian Presidential Press Service, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko delivers a state-of-the nation address in Minsk, Belarus, Friday, March 31, 2023
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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen delivers her speech at the European Parliament, Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022 in Strasbourg
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Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a ceremony to open new pharmaceutical production facilities in the Kaliningrad Region, Mordovia and St Petersburg via videoconference in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, March 30, 2023.
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Police officers stand outside Manhattan Criminal Court in New York, Thursday, March 30, 2023.
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File - Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, and North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un take an elevator heading to the talks in Vladivostok, Russia on April 25, 2019. As North Korea conducts more powerful weapons tests — and threatens pre-emptive nuclear strikes on Washington and Seoul — it may be taking inspiration from the fiery rhetoric of the leader of a nuclear-armed member of the U.N. Security Council: Russia's Vladimir Putin.
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