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  1. Airlines are investing in biofuels. How's that shaking out?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Grist Magazine

    Flying on an airplane is one of the most carbon-intensive things you can do. Whenever I calculate my carbon footprint, I start out feeling pretty good for biking and living in a place where more than half the electricity comes from non-greenhouse-gas emitting sources.

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  2. Andrew Whitaker: Burnham's resemblance to WilsonRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Scotsman.com

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Tony Blair has had more favourable media coverage in the past few weeks than he has probably had for years, with the former prime minister name-checked left, right and centre in the aftermath of Labour's election defeat.

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  3. Finance News Update, what you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Sydney Morning Herald

    The Australian dollar is higher as the focus of global markets remains on Greece as the country scrambles to prevent a debt default and a possible exit from the eurozone. At 0630 AEST on Wednesday, the local unit was trading at 77.08 US cents, up from 76.71 cents on Tuesday.

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  4. Magistrate courts and police stations could face 'absolute...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Independent

    Up to 9,000 solicitors are expected to take part in 'industrial action' likely to see lawyers reject cases affected by the government's lower legal aid rates James Cusick is political correspondent of The Independent and The Independent on Sunday. As an experienced member of the lobby, he has previously worked at The Sunday Times and the BBC.

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  5. Tube strike: London underground staff in 24 hour walk-out next weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Independent

    Workers on the Great First Western line which operates between London and the west of England will also stage a 48-hour strike starting the same day London's underground network will be hit by another strike next week , as the RMT union announced a 24-hour walk-out on July 8. Rail workers on First Great Western will also strike from 6.30pm on July 8 in a row over jobs and other issues, the RMT union has said. The walk-out will last 48 hours.

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  6. Edwina Hart confirms 600m for phase two of the Metro transport network in South East WalesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | IcNetwork

    Transport Minister Edwina Hart said that the Metro will be an important catalyst for economic growth in Wales in update to AMs in the Senedd THE A 600m next phase of the Metro integrated transport network in South East Wales has been confirmed by Welsh Government Minister Edwina Hart, who told AMs it will act as an "important catalyst" for economic growth. As reported on Monday Mrs Hart , who has responsibility for transport, confirmed that A 125m has already been set aside, via a UK Government transfer to the Welsh Government following last year's agreement on Valley Lines rail modification, while it is also bidding for A 150m from the European Regional Development Fund.

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  7. Taylor Swift buys fan's concert tickets after...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | TheIndyChannel

    TAYLOR SWIFT helped turn a South African fan's travel nightmare into a dream come true by offering her free tickets to a gig in Dublin, Ireland on Monday . DJ Stephanie Be and her boyfriend Joe Crann were planning to attend Swift's 1989 concert in London's Hyde Park on Saturday night , but when her flight from Amsterdam, Netherlands to the U.K. was delayed by nine hours, Be landed at Heathrow Airport at the same time Swift was scheduled to take to the stage.

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  8. Dentus Aegis increases North East presence with three key appointmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Chronicle Live

    Mr Borthwick has been tasked with introducing new brands and services from the firm's network to the North East and emulating the business model seen at their other four UK offices in Edinburgh, Leeds, Manchester and London. He will be joined by Steve Underwood, who previously worked at digital marketing agency Silverbean, and who will become a director of Dentu Aegis' iProspect brand.

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  9. Jade Jagger's little luxuriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | CNN

    When your babysitter was Andy Warhol and your father is a rock legend, an acute interest in the arts is perhaps to be expected. So it comes as no surprise that Jade Jagger -- the accomplished jewelry designer, and daughter to Mick Jagger and human rights activist Bianca Jagger -- has built a formidable reputation as a far-reaching creative.

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  10. Addison Lee readies open API for global car bookingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Computer Weekly

    Minicab company Addison Lee is widening its partner programme to cab operators outside of London and overseas by offering an open application programming interface as part of its Addison Lee Affiliate initiative, set to launch in July 2015. While the firm has previously offered a platform called Shamrock to some minicab operators, the open API release is aimed at making it easier for partners - including airline and hotel aggregators, global distribution systems, airlines, rail companies, travel agents, corporations and startups - to connect to Addison Lee's data and services.

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  11. Neighborhoods: London's Bloomsbury has books and much moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Daily Journal

    Many visitors to London know Bloomsbury as a neighborhood of books, B&Bs and the British Museum. But it's also a district of elegant architecture, hidden parks and upscale boutiques that's a pleasure to explore on foot.

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  12. Premier Inn beefs up its hotels at butcher Dewhurst's ex-HQRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | This Is London

    Changing hands: The West Smithfield building will soon be home to a 272-bedroom Premier Inn The one-time headquarters of Britain's biggest chain of butchers has been sold for A 54 million and will be converted into a Premier Inn hotel moments away from Smithfield market. Premier and Costa Coffee owner Whitbread has agreed to buy the West Smithfield building from training body City & Guilds, the Evening Standard can reveal.

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  13. Treasury rules out axing air passenger dutyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Northern Echo

    THE Treasury has ruled out axing air passenger duty in England - even if Scotland ends the tax, undermining North-East airports. A minister rubbished a study claiming the move could increase revenue - by creating extra routes, attracting more overseas visitors - and pointed out APD raises A 3.2bn a year.

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  14. 'Leap second' is added for first time in three years as extra second is added to world timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Chronicle Live

    Specialist technical abseil team clean and inspect one of the four faces of the Great Clock, otherwise known as Big Ben, at the Houses of Parliament, in London, as global time will stand still today, delaying midnight by a second Global time will stand still tonight, as for the first time in three years an extra second is added to world time at midnight. The 'leap second' means midnight will come later as the last minute of June will have 61 seconds in it.

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  15. New Study: Luxury Writing Instruments and Stationery in RomaniaRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | PR-inside.com

    Indeed, in 2014, sales reached RON21 million, an increase of 7% in current terms compared with 2013. This growth was a sign that as the economic crisis is left behind, category potential is more recognised by retailers.

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  16. New Market Report: Luxury Electronic Gadgets in Hong Kong, ChinaRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | PR-inside.com

    This was also due to the changing focus on other luxury goods such as beauty and personal accessories. Euromonitor International's Luxury Electronic Gadgets in Hong Kong, China report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the Luxury Electronic Gadgets market at a national level.

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  17. Neighbourhoods: London's leafy, literary Bloomsbury offers books, browsing and beerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Many visitors to London know Bloomsbury as a neighbourhood of books, B&Bs and the British Museum. But it's also a district of elegant architecture, hidden parks and upscale boutiques that's a pleasure to explore on foot.

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  18. Flight 001, Every Person in New YorkRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Manhattan Users Guide

    In June 1947, Pan Am launched Flight 001, which, over the course of two days, flew from San Francisco to New York, westbound, via Honolulu, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Delhi, Beirut, Istanbul, Frankfurt, and London. Flight 002 did it in reverse, from New York to San Fran.

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  19. Brussels to Prague road tripRead the original story

    May 8, 2015 | Xtra!

    For the North American traveller, Europe is a fairly straightforward prospect - at least on its first few go-rounds. But once one has done the biggies - London , Paris , Berlin , Rome and Madrid - where to next? And how best to justify an ocean crossing when the superstars are no longer part of the equation? Enter the classic road trip.

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  20. Ta-ta T1Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Economist

    IT IS a big week for Heathrow Airport. Tomorrow, the Davies Commission, which was set up to recommend the best way to add extra air capacity to London and its environs, reports.

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