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The town saying 'no' to more alcohol: residents of Murupara fight off-licence

Tiny New Zealand town struggling with unemployment, domestic violence and addiction pleads with authorities to block new liquor store

Residents of an impoverished Māori town in rural New Zealand are planning to stage a protest against the opening of a proposed liquor store, claiming their community does not need more alcohol and the problems that it brings.

Murupara, on the North Island, is home to less than 2,000 people, a third of whom are younger than 15.

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La consultation chez le médecin généraliste devrait passer à 25 €
Le prix d’une consultation pourrait passer de 23 à 25 €. Selon un document transmis mardi soir aux syndicats, l’Assurance maladie doit en effet proposer, lors d’une réunion aujourd’hui avec les…
Vitol: world's biggest energy trader emerges from the shadows

Company’s CEO Ian Taylor has kept a low profile but is finally breaking cover to lobby against EU plans to tighten regulation of commodity trading

“The biggest company you’ve never heard of” is a label regularly bandied around but is well-deserved by the global trading firm with a name more suited to a household cleaning product: Vitol.

You will not hear its name at this week’s Opec meeting in Vienna or have heard it quoted on the subject of the significant rise in oil prices over the past four months, but a Saudi oil minister would know the name Vitol as they would Shell or BP.

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Jack Wills underwear party ads too 'sexualised' for teens, says watchdog

Catalogue mailout banned for featuring ‘inappropriate’ images of models drinking and on a bed

A Jack Wills catalogue mailout featuring images of young people drinking and partying in their underwear has been banned by the UK advertising watchdog for being too sexualised for young teenagers.

The clothing brand featured a range of images of scantily clad young models partying in its spring catalogue.

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Revenge porn: Lib Dems table law change to offer victims anonymity

Aamendments made to the policing and crime bill to bring new law in line with sexual offences legislation and encourage victims to come forward

Victims of revenge porn would be offered anonymity and compensation under amendments to the policing and crime bill tabled by the Liberal Democrats.

They say the amendment on anonymity would bring the new law on revenge porn – disclosing sexual images of an individual without their permission and with intent to cause harm –in line with laws on sexual offences, where victims do not have to reveal their identity. The lack of anonymity may act as a disincentive for victims, they say, as media coverage in court cases can lead to embarrassment or humiliation.

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Revenge porn: Lib Dems table law change to offer victims anonymity

Aamendments made to the policing and crime bill to bring new law in line with sexual offences legislation and encourage victims to come forward

Victims of revenge porn would be offered anonymity and compensation under amendments to the policing and crime bill tabled by the Liberal Democrats.

They say the amendment on anonymity would bring the new law on revenge porn – disclosing sexual images of an individual without their permission and with intent to cause harm –in line with laws on sexual offences, where victims do not have to reveal their identity. The lack of anonymity may act as a disincentive for victims, they say, as media coverage in court cases can lead to embarrassment or humiliation.

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Vitol: world's biggest energy trader emerges from the shadows

Company’s CEO Ian Taylor has kept a low profile but is finally breaking cover to lobby against EU plans to tighten regulation of commodity trading

“The biggest company you’ve never heard of” is a label regularly bandied around but is well-deserved by the global trading firm with a name more suited to a household cleaning product: Vitol.

You will not hear its name at this week’s Opec meeting in Vienna or have heard it quoted on the subject of the significant rise in oil prices over the past four months, but a Saudi oil minister would know the name Vitol as they would Shell or BP.

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