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Stumbling China?
16 Jun 2011 3:46:05
Experts divide on whether China's phenomenal growth will falter
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The remains of a permanent settlement which could date back to the Iron Age is uncovered on a remote island
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Phone it in
16 Jun 2011 3:00:25
Companies try to keep staff safe using their mobile phones
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Gazumping is pushing up rents in England and Wales as the average cost to tenants reached £696 in May, says a survey.
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Feaver pitch
16 Jun 2011 3:00:05
From a Wimbledon court to the business world
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Offshore growth
16 Jun 2011 2:23:19
Aberdeen helicopter firms enjoy oil and gas boom
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Labour has re-ignited the argument over the best way to "jump start" the economy, by calling for a temporary emergency decrease in VAT.
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Shares in Research in Motion (RIM), which makes Blackberry phones, have slumped after it missed even its lowered profit forecasts.
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Astronomers observe a black hole shredding a star and sending a powerful beam of energy towards Earth.
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The coalition is "losing its way" over its promised public sector reforms in the face of union pressure and fears of a public backlash, the CBI is to say.
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The US space agency says its Messenger spacecraft is starting to open up a whole new vista on the planet Mercury.
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Art historians have turned to the science of the space age to probe the secrets of a major set of renaissance tombs.
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The government wants changes to the structure of Fifa before considering any future bid to stage the World Cup.
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Stagecoach transport tycoon Sir Brian Souter leads a buy-out of Istanbul's main ferry operator for £528m.
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Losing its fizz?
16 Jun 2011 5:59:23
Prada listing is key test for Hong Kong
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The US current account deficit rose 6.3% to $119.3bn in the first quarter of the year, according to the Commerce Department.
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Photographer Camille Seaman shoots icebergs, showing the world the complex beauty of these massive, ancient chunks of ice. Dive in to her photo slideshow, "The Last Iceberg."
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Photographer Camille Seaman shoots icebergs, showing the world the complex beauty of these massive, ancient chunks of ice. Dive in to her photo slideshow, "The Last Iceberg."
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The Chancellor donned his black tie at the Mansion House yesterday, announcing a much-trailed sale plan for Northern Rock. But what's the view from those bankers who attended the posh dinner?
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Heat and light
16 Jun 2011 4:54:08
What predictions of the Sun's activity do and don't imply for the Earth's climate
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HSBC is given extra time by the financial regulator to deal with its backlog of complaints about mis-sold payment protection policies.
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World takes sides
16 Jun 2011 3:01:27
Who is backing whom for the IMF's top job
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A consortium led by German firm Siemens is named as the preferred bidder to build new train carriages for the Thameslink route, ahead of Bombardier.
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The Irish Football Association are close to signing a new deal with Linfield for running Windsor Park.
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The oldest black holes that were around at the start of the universe have been found. They're the earliest ever to have been detected, by astronomers from Yale University.
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