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National Grid could activate its emergency winter plan TOMORROW: Bosses poised to PAY homeowners to ...

The Daily Mail 28 Nov 2022
It came as ministers urged households to turn their boilers down to 60C, leave radiators off in empty rooms and draughtproof windows and doors under a £1billion energy efficiency drive ... The government is likely to use TV, radio, social media and adverts on public transport to promote its advice, as well as on its Help for Households website.
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Turn your boilers down to 60C to cut energy bills, households to be told

The Daily Telegraph 28 Nov 2022
Households will be told to turn their boilers down to 60C in an £18 million government drive to lower energy bills ... As part of the campaign, which will be launched in the coming weeks, households will be given technical tips to cut their energy this winter.
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National Grid could activate its emergency winter plan TOMORROW: Homeowners paid to use less electricity ...

The Daily Mail 28 Nov 2022
It works by asking households to reduce the amount of electricity they use at certain times - and promises to pay them for any reductions they make ... The government is likely to use TV, radio, social media and adverts on public transport to promote its advice, as well as on its Help for Households website.
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FTX's Bahamas crypto empire: Stimulants, subterfuge and a spectacular collapse

Independent online (SA) 28 Nov 2022
in a guarded island compound, every need closely catered to, the world's elite at his beck and call ... "You were my family ... On local radio stations in the Bahamas, where the government says the average household makes about $50,000 a year, commentators now deride bitcoin as "funny money and funny transactions that you should not get into anymore.".
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Startling Intimations of Greatness

Quillette 21 Nov 2022
Of the films I rewatched as I was preparing this retrospective, I found Broadway Danny Rose, Radio Days, and Crimes and Misdemeanors to be particularly rewarding ... In Radio Days, Allen cedes centre-stage to a wider tableau ... The family’s radio sits at the heart of the film as an intimate companion to American households in the midst of wartime.
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Rogers, Shaw merger will hurt low-income Canadians the most, tribunal hears

North Shore News 18 Nov 2022
Rogers pushed back against Osberg's claims, pointing to the CRTC's decision to approve the deal, noting that the regulator examined how the merger would impact consumer interests, including low-income households, seniors and people with disabilities, before doing so.
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Rogers, Shaw merger will hurt low-income Canadians the most, tribunal hears (Business)

Castanet 18 Nov 2022
Rogers pushed back against Osberg's claims, pointing to the CRTC's decision to approve the deal, noting that the regulator examined how the merger would impact consumer interests, including low-income households, seniors and people with disabilities, before doing so.
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Dave Rowntree says Blur's 'chemistry cannot be manufactured'

Music News 17 Nov 2022
Dave signed a record deal with indie label Cooking Vinyl a year ago and will release his debut solo album, 'Radio Songs', early next year. "I grew up in a slightly unusual household in that, rather than go to football, my dad and I built radios together. “My album, 'Radio Songs', ...
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Deadline 2 wks away, MCG yet to install 2L waste tags

The Times of India 16 Nov 2022
Gurgaon. With its deadline approaching, MCG has so far installed 1.3 lakh radio frequency identification (RFID) tags outside the households to monitor door-to-door waste collection. The civic body had targeted to install RFID tags outside three lakh households by November 30 ... Moreover, around 1 lakh tags will be made operational in the coming week ... .
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The story of Joe Jacob, Marian Finucane and the iodine tablets

RTE 14 Nov 2022
fears about nuclear fallout and radiaton poisoning in 2001 produced one of the most infamous Irish radio interviews of all time ... From RTÉ Archives, Marian Finucane's full interview with Junior Minister for Energy Joe Jacob about iodine tablets and the National Energency Plan from RTÉ Radio 1 in September 2001.
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‘Joyland’s success is Pakistan’s success’: Celebrities rally behind filmmaker Saim Sadiq for Joyland’s release

Dawn 14 Nov 2022
View this post on Instagram ...I believe we should leave this decision up to the people ... TV and radio host Anoushey Ashraf also took to Instagram and wrote, “With Netflix in every household and porn watched most by Pakistanis, the decision to curb your own artists growth, popularity and hard work is downright dumb and shameful ... .
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FG Files 7 Amended Terrorism Charges against Nnamdi Kanu

This Day 12 Nov 2022
Furthermore, the FG alleged that Kanu had, between March and April 2015, imported into Nigeria and kept in Ubulisiuzor in Ihiala Local Government Area of Anambra State, a radio transmitter known as Tram 50L, concealed in a container of used household items, thereby, committing an ...
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South Africa must bridge digital divide to best benefit from 4IR

Mail Guardian South Africa 10 Nov 2022
A Statista report found that only 7.7% of households in Africa had computers in 2019 ... A by Statistics South Africa found that only 10.4% of households in the country have access to home internet, while only 22% of households owned computers or laptops.
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Inflation’s cure may be worse than the disease

Press & Guide 09 Nov 2022
Kenneth Rogoff, Harvard economist. Hello Downriver, ... Yep, pretty ugly, right?. But you didn’t hear this from me ... How? ... In a recent interview on National Public Radio, she said the following.. “We see today that there is a bit of a savings buffer still sitting for households, that may allow them to continue to spend in a way that keeps demand strong ... .
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The trend to mend: how repair shops are leading a fixing revolution

The Observer 08 Nov 2022
... as radios and juicers ... He has just fixed a digital radio worth more than £100 with a 10p part. Bath’s Share & Repair says it has repaired more than 3,000 items in the five years since it opened, 60% are electrical or electronic items, mainly kettles, toasters, radios and lamps.

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