• Ikea to Phase Out Single-Use Plastic Products by 2020!
Ikea to Phase Out Single-Use Plastic Products by 2020!

Heidi Taylor, Managing director of Tangaroa Blue, a charity in Far North Queensland that documents pollution, says her foundation applauds big corporations like IKEA for integrating policies into their global business that reduces their plastic production, but said more needed to be done across the board.

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  • North Korea: US will offer 'unique' security guarantees, says Pompeo
North Korea: US will offer 'unique' security guarantees, says Pompeo

Kim smiled broadly Sunday evening as he met with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. All his running bodyguards were decked up in black suits and blue ties. Trump has said he doesn't think he needs much preparation for this summit. In subsequent years, the United States and South Korea signed a mutual defence treaty, but nothing for th...

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  • Lottery victor wears winking emoji mask to hide identity while collecting prize
Lottery victor wears winking emoji mask to hide identity while collecting prize

Jamaican lottery winners often wear disguises due to high crime rates. She announced how while wearing the "winking face" emoji mask. "This is genius", one wrote, describing her as a "smart woman". Many on social media suggested the expression of the mask most likely matched hers underneath. That's why Gray isn't revealing much about herself,...

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  • Poundworld buyer pulls out
Poundworld buyer pulls out

The firm's cash reserves are running low and it is considering filing the notice as it would give the business two weeks' protection from creditors, according to the Press Association (PA). And only last month Marks & Spencer said it was accelerating its store closures plans - leaving more empty units on High Streets across the country.

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  • Mystery solved: IHOb reveals what name change means
Mystery solved: IHOb reveals what name change means

The "B" is for burgers. All other restaurants will feature IHOb-themed elements within, but retain their original signage. The video showcases burgers with names like " Big Brunch " and " Cowboy BBQ ". The restaurant chain announced Monday that the "b" in IHOb stands for burger. The temporary change celebrates the debut of the brand's new 'Ultima...

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  • Kim Singapore summit: All the latest updates
Kim Singapore summit: All the latest updates

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived Sunday in Singapore ahead of one of the most unusual summits in recent world history, a sit-down Tuesday with President Donald Trump . But if they don't, we'll know who to blame: not Trump's lack of preparation, but our neighbor to the north. Mr Lee is slated to meet Mr Trump today at the Istana.The US ...

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  • Poundworld expected to go into administration in next few hours
Poundworld expected to go into administration in next few hours

Poundworld, which has 355 stores, and serves two million customers a week, also trades under the Bargain Buys brand name. Its collapse comes after both Toys R Us and Maplin fell into administration earlier this year. Poundworld has around 350 stores across the United Kingdom, including branches at Bloxwich, the intu Merry Hill shopping centre in Br...

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  • Trump adviser says Trudeau 'stabbed us in the back' at G7 summit
Trump adviser says Trudeau 'stabbed us in the back' at G7 summit

The attack on a longtime ally and its leader drew sharp criticism. In an interview Sunday on German public television, Merkel also says European leaders won't be "taken advantage of" on trade. "I understand the president was upset", Feinstein told CNN . "We don't think that that is a useful or productive way to do business". She said that sh...

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  • Robert De Niro Exclaims
Robert De Niro Exclaims "F-ck Trump" At Tony Awards

The 2018 Tony Awards are officially here! Past Tony champs slated to return to the stage to name new winners include John Leguizamo , Patti LuPone , Kelli O'Hara, Bernadette Peters , Chita Rivera , Andrew Lloyd Webber and Marissa Jaret Winokur .

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  • Tyson recalls frozen chicken over possible plastic contamination
Tyson recalls frozen chicken over possible plastic contamination

Tyson Foods has recalled more than 3,000 pounds of frozen breaded chicken for possible plastic bits in the breading. The USDA says the products have establishment number "P-746" on the packaging. So far there have been no confirmed reports of illnesses. Food service institutions that have purchased these products are urged to throw the product...

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  • Petrol And Diesel Prices Slashed For Tenth Consecutive Day
Petrol And Diesel Prices Slashed For Tenth Consecutive Day

The diesel prices in Mumbai declined by 32 paise to ₹72.70 a litre, in Kolkata by 30 paise to ₹70.83 and in Chennai by 32 paise to ₹72.08. Diesel prices also decreased by 15 paise to Rs. Oil corporations stopped their usual practice of revising fuel prices daily on April 24 and only resumed it on May 14. However, many linked the unofficial fr...

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  • Airbnb Freezes Swathe of Japan Listings Ahead of Stricter Laws
Airbnb Freezes Swathe of Japan Listings Ahead of Stricter Laws

Airbnb had previously said it would remove listings without approval by June 14. Like Airbnb posted on its own blog, "Any reservation scheduled for guest arrival between June 15 and June 19 at a listing in Japan that does not now have a license has been canceled".

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  • Verizon names new CEO to lead 5G push
Verizon names new CEO to lead 5G push

Current Verizon CEO, Lowell McAdam, said in an interview it was the flawless time to hand the reins to Vestberg, with Verizon at an "inflection point" holding all the pieces it needs for 5G, such as fiber and spectrum. "As the industry enters a next phase, driven by 5G, IoT and Cloud, it is time for a new CEO to step in and continue the work to e...

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  • Trump accuses Justin Trudeau of making 'false statements'
Trump accuses Justin Trudeau of making 'false statements'

Market!". "I have made it very clear to the President that it is not something we relish doing, but it something that we absolutely will do", Trudeau said . "There's a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with President Donald J. Trump and then tries to stab him in the back on the way out the doo...

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  • Tyson recalls 3,000 lbs of breaded chicken due to plastic contamination
Tyson recalls 3,000 lbs of breaded chicken due to plastic contamination

Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service. The USDA announced Friday that Tyson Foods was recalling over 3,000 pounds of frozen, breaded chicken products that "may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically blue and clear soft plastic".

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  • Saudis Start to Ramp Up Oil Output, Ahead of OPEC Meeting
Saudis Start to Ramp Up Oil Output, Ahead of OPEC Meeting

West Texas Intermediate's losses were less severe: the benchmark ended its session 21 cents lower at $65.74 per barrel. For the week, USA crude was set to fall 0.2 percent, while Brent was set to fall 0.6 percent. OPEC and a number of non-member countries agreed at the end of 2016 in Vienna to reduce their oil production by a total of 1.8 milli...

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  • Kia recalls over 500K vehicles because air bags may not inflate
Kia recalls over 500K vehicles because air bags may not inflate

Four people died and six were injured. In April, Hyundai expanded a recall from earlier in the year to 580,000 vehicles. Also covered are Optima Hybrid and Sedona minivans from 2011 and 2012. He also said that the automaker will provide customers with a rental auto in case its remedy for the issue still isn't ready by that date. The agency is i...

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  • FDI rose to $61.96 bn in 2017-18
FDI rose to $61.96 bn in 2017-18

Global foreign direct investment (FDI) fell by nearly a quarter to $1.43 trillion (£1.07 trillion) past year and the outlook is clouded by risks including trade wars and debt, the United Nations trade and development agency UNCTAD said on Wednesday.

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  • Lotto Max winning ticket worth $500K sold in Ladysmith
Lotto Max winning ticket worth $500K sold in Ladysmith

There were 37 winning Maxmillions tickets sold across the country, including 16 winning Maxmillions tickets sold in Ontario. Another lucky lotto victor in the Thunder Bay area is $500,000 richer following last week's Maxmillions draw. Two tickets sold on Vancouver Island have won $500,000 from Lotto Max's MAXMILLIONS June 8th draw . Players can ...

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  • Windsor's unemployment rate increases slightly
Windsor's unemployment rate increases slightly

This caused the unemployment rate to improve to 4.1 per cent from 4.2 per cent over the same period. The national average in May was 5.8 per cent for the fourth consecutive month, while the unemployment rate in Vancouver was 4.1 per cent, the same it was in April.

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