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    Family & Home -Sep 27, 2017
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    Andamooka Dukes Bottlehouse Motel #home #family #Andamooka
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    Alligator Lodge - Mount Remarkable National Park
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    Entertainment -Sep 27, 2017
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    New study finds students at most risk may be those least well served by learning outside the classroom.
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    Entertainment -Sep 27, 2017
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    The rumors finally made their way to Cruise himself who confirmed: The butt is real.
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    Technology -Sep 27, 2017
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    When Volkswagen announced it was working on a retro microbus that will be for sale in 2022, people went nuts. After all, it's a classic. Which is why you might want to sit down for the company's most recent news: Soon you'll be able to park the iconic retro style you love in your kitchen, thanks to Volkswagen's partnership with Slovenian kitchen appliance designer Gorenje.   Gorenje The two companies joined forces to create the Gorenje Retro special edition VW Bulli refrigerator. The charming design has a distinct vintage style on the outside, but inside it features some of the most cutting-edge technology on the market. We're talking DynamiCooling, which is an advanced fan system that evenly distributes the temperature throughout the refrigerator, reaching all corners and shelves evenly. Then there's the IonAir technology, which might be our favorite. It enriches cool air with extra negative ions that prevent unpleasant odors from taking over the inside of your appliance (like last night's fish leftovers) and helps food retain the good stuff, like minerals and vitamins, while staying fresh for longer. Genius. However, the worst part of the design is having to pick between the beautiful vintage baby blue or stunning Bordeaux red color options. #lover'sdream
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    Entertainment -Sep 27, 2017
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    The Limestone Coast has a range of accommodation options available that will suit couples, families and single travellers. Book now. Stay and play The Limestone Coast is the perfect self-drive destination, with accommodation to suit all budgets. Mount Gambier is a great place to start your trip. It's an equal distance from Adelaide to Melbourne. You will find a wide variety of accommodation throughout the Limestone Coast, including motor inns, holiday parks, apartments, hotels and luxury suites. Tour the Coonawarra wine region and the Naracoorte Caves. Rent a holiday house at Beachport, Robe or Port MacDonnell or camp in Coorong National Park.  LIMESTONE COAST - THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN ROAD TRIP Cruise down easy, winding trails, relax and breathe-in the ocean air. Stop at Robe and immerse yourself in coastal scenery. See Limestone Coast accommodation listed below.
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    Family & Home -Sep 27, 2017
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    Ministers should tighten the UK's official climate change target - or face the courts, the government's former chief scientist has said. Prof Sir David King is supporting a legal case forcing ministers to shrink carbon emissions to zero by 2050. He says the current government goal - an 80% emissions cut by the same date - is too weak to protect the climate. Ministers have promised more ambitious climate policies in their forthcoming and long-delayed Clean Growth plan. But Prof King told BBC News the government knew the 80% target cut behind that plan was too weak. Some 18 months ago, Environment Secretary Andrea Leadsom promised a 100% emissions reduction to keep the UK on track with its obligations under the 2015 Paris climate deal. But ministers have failed to enshrine that 100% cut within the Climate Change Act. Potential catastrophe "This is crazy," Prof King told the BBC. "The government knows very well what needs to be done - but it isn't doing it. "If it takes legal action to force ministers to behave properly, then so be it - I'll support it." Prof King is backing a preliminary legal action by a tiny group, Plan B, run by former government lawyer Tim Crosland. It argues that Business Secretary Greg Clark is obliged under the act to tighten targets if the science shows it is needed. This is the basis of the case. Mr Crosland has written to Mr Clark and says if there is no satisfactory reply after 14 days, he will take the case to the High Court for judicial review. "The science has clearly hardened since the Climate Change Act was agreed," he said. "If scientists are telling us our current course of emissions potentially takes us to catastrophe, then to stick to the current course is irrational. "The best available science tells us the risks of crossing tipping points rise very sharply between 1.5 and 2C. And that means the UK cutting emissions to zero." Counter-productive? His case would be argued in court by Jonathan Crow, Attorney General to Prince Charles, and a former senior Treasury lawyer. Mr Crosland says his co-claimants are a rabbi "who learned not to ignore a humanitarian crisis"; young people fearing for the future; and a supporter from Mauritius representing island states at risk from rising sea water. Other groups are similarly frustrated with long delays in the government's climate strategy, and some are also considering legal action. There are fears, though, that pushing for a zero emissions strategy when the government cannot yet reach its lower target may be counter-productive. ClientEarth, one of the UK's most successful environment groups over the past decade, has pioneered the use of the courts to deliver environmental policies. Jonathan Church, a climate lawyer with the group, said: "We hope that Plan B's claim will help draw attention to the urgency of the challenge we face and ensure that our government keeps its eye on the goals agreed in Paris. "But targets do not on their own reduce emissions." He added that the focus now should be ensuring that the Climate Change Act fulfils its purpose. The government said it would consider Plan B's letter and respond in due course, adding: "The UK is a global leader on climate change". A spokesperson said the forthcoming Clean Growth plan, which will outline how reduce emissions will be reduced, would be "ambitious and robust... and build on the economic opportunities across the country". Follow Roger on Twitter @rharrabin
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    Entertainment -Sep 27, 2017
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    Game of Thrones stars Kit Harington and Rose Leslie have got engaged, it has been confirmed. After a huge amount of speculation, an official announcement has been published in the Times newspaper. The couple met on the fantasy show in 2012, where they played on-screen lovers Jon Snow and Ygritte. Leslie left the cast two years later while Harington has become one of the show's biggest stars - appearing in all seven series of the popular TV drama.                                                       Image caption: The couple's engagement was announced in the Times newspaper They only made their public debut as a couple at last year's Olivier Awards. Harington told L'Uomo Vogue last year it was "easy" to fall in love with Leslie. He said his best ever memory of the show were the three weeks in Iceland when they filmed the second season in 2012. "Because the country is beautiful, because the Northern Lights are magical, and because it was there that I fell in love," he said. "If you're already attracted to someone, and then they play your love interest in the show, it becomes very easy to fall in love."                                                       Image caption: Harington and Leslie appeared on the red carpet at the 2016 Olivier Awards Leslie is currently starring in US television series The Good Fight. Harington will next be seen in the BBC's drama Gunpowder, about the gunpowder plot, before he starts filming the next and final series of Game of Thrones. Follow us on Facebook, on Twitter @BBCNewsEnts, or on Instagram at bbcnewsents. If you have a story suggestion email [email protected]
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    Business -Sep 27, 2017
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    TOKYO (Kyodo) -- The head of Japanese advertising giant Dentsu Inc.admitted Friday to the company's labor practice violations in a trial held at a Tokyo court following the high-profile suicide of a new recruit due to excessive working hours. Related stories Economic prosperity at a personal cost Overtime caps give Japan Inc. chance to reform Dentsu President Toshihiro Yamamoto also apologized for the death of 24-year-old Matsuri Takahashi in December 2015, saying, "I offer my heartfelt apology for the loss of a precious life. My biggest responsibility is to ensure such an incident is never repeated." Takahashi's suicide just months after she entered Dentsu sparked a national debate over the excessive overtime hours many Japanese workers endure and had a major impact on the government's initiative to improve working conditions. Dentsu President Toshihiro Yamamoto According to the indictment, between October and December 2015 Dentsu made Takahashi and three other employees illegally work between 3 hours and 30 minutes and 19 hours and 23 minutes more than the monthly overtime limit of 50 hours allowed under a labor-management agreement. Prosecutors demanded Dentsu be fined 500,000 yen ($4,475), saying the ad giant "put priority on securing profits and did not heed the physical and mental health of workers." They said more than 100 employees were working hours in excess of the labor-management agreement every month in 2015, noting that the company failed to drastically reform its practices despite admonishment by labor authorities and that the amount of work remained unchanged. Takahashi's mother Yukimi, 54, attended the trial at the Tokyo Summary Court, which concluded the same day. The court is scheduled to hand down a ruling on Oct. 6. In the case investigated by the Tokyo Labor Bureau's special squad that handles serious violations, three Dentsu executives and three officials from its branch offices were refereed to prosecutors. The prosecutors later suspended their indictment, and instead summarily indicted Dentsu as a company, saying the matter related more to corporate practices and that individual executives cannot be heavily blamed in the case. But the court said the summary order, which is issued without an open trial in simplified criminal proceedings, was inadequate and instead decided to try Dentsu in an open session.
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