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Canada

St. Clair College playing hard to grow world’s No. 2 sport in Windsor

Article content After soccer, no other sport on Earth is bigger than cricket. Article content “It’s a big, big sport…

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Entertainment

How to be hopeful, even when it’s really, really hard

And for those with mental illnesses, such as depression or anxiety, cultivating hope and resilience can be key to managing…

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Business

Hard Rock deal ends casino strike threat in Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The Hard Rock casino reached agreement with Atlantic City’s main casino workers union on Saturday, removing…

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Science

Humans are making it hard to listen for aliens

Dan Werthimer has spent more than four decades trying to eavesdrop on aliens. A pioneering researcher in the field of…

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Business

‘Work smart not hard!’ Mum explains how she is set to earn extra £2,500 per month

Side hustles involve Britons taking on additional roles, usually with the motivation of boosting their income. This was the case…

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Europe

Palma town hall responds to criticisms that taxi-driver exam is too hard

Francesc Dalmau, Palma’s councillor for mobility, has responded to criticisms that the exam for the city’s taxi drivers is too…

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United Kingdom

London: global city status is hard to burnish by prescription

Cities, like footballers and bankers, set store by league tables. Top-ranked London, which leads several tables of global conurbations and…

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Health

David Bowie: ‘He fought like a lion’ Star’s 18-month battle with – hard to spot symptoms

The star passed away just two days after the release of his 26th studio album, Blackstar. Memorials for the star…

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World

Upcoming stats will reveal where and how hard rates are hitting economy

Economic figures will show what impact higher interest rates and ongoing cost of living pressures are having on the behaviour…

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United Kingdom

Cost of living “hitting Scotland’s tourism sector very hard on many levels”

THE cost-of-living crisis, lure of overseas holidays, and Scotland’s inability to compete on the world stage on price and value…

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