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  1. Saving the Planet Student-Style Thrive GlobalFour student-specific lifestyles changes which help the environment. View the full article
  2. Cycle hire firms could face £500 fines for dumped bikes road.ccBike-share companies might end fined up being fined £500 a time in an effort to stop hire cycles being left abandoned around London under plans being ... View the full article
  3. 'I’m 65% there': Trevor Noah on satire's uphill battle in the age of Trump The GuardianFrom plummeting ratings to a global success – how did the Daily Show host become “America's therapist”? View the full article
  4. Unique opportunity to get your own Nestpod The Edinburgh ReporterNEW PICTURES RELEASED OF UNIQUE NESTPOD FOR SALE FROM TINY HOUSE SCOTLAND. New pictures have been released of the bespoke Tiny ... View the full article
  5. What the UK learnt on its robotics and AI investment mission to the US DiginomicaInnovate UK's Knowledge Transfer Network led a 2019 robotics and AI mission to the US, bringing together a cohort of leading experts from the UK's research, ... View the full article
  6. Petty Unionist boycotters are afraid of the people The NationalIN 2019, amid the clusterbourach of UK and global politics, it's hard to imagine a democratic process free of tribal affiliations and entrenched… View the full article
  7. CloudM Announces Innovative CloudManager Product for Microsoft PRNewswireMANCHESTER, England, July 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- CloudM, a global, market-leading software house, has announced that its CloudManager product is now ... View the full article
  8. Nick Freer comment: Will Facebook’s Libra scale up to disrupt banks? The ScotsmanI remember drinking a pint of ale in the West End of Glasgow a couple of years back in a pub where you could pay for your drinks by Scotcoin – an alternative to ... View the full article
  9. TRNSMT 2019 at Glasgow Green: The complete survivors guide Daily RecordWith less than a week to go until TRNSMT Festiva l brings live music and fun to Glasgow Green, we take a look at what fans can expect from the 2019 event. View the full article
  10. Want the Moon present Shadows at the Tristan Bates Theatre London Theatre 1Shadows is written by Dan Sareen and it's a clever, witty and intriguing script that paints a kind of stark landscape with warm bits. View the full article
  11. 10 cabaret shows to catch at the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe The ListA great icon of musical theatre once uttered, 'What good is sitting alone In your room? / Come hear the music play / Life is a Cabaret, old chum.' So make like ... View the full article
  12. Ten common myths about bike lanes – and why they're wrong The GuardianFrom congestion to cost, there are many entirely misguided arguments in circulation. View the full article
  13. Global tourism hits record highs - but who goes where on holiday? The GuardianAs the holiday season approaches, we look at the rise and rise of tourism and find out where the world's 1.4bn international travellers go on vacation. View the full article
  14. Fintan O'Toole: Brexit in one way alone has done a real service The NationalBREXIT is the result of the invisible subsidence of the political order over decades. View the full article
  15. Wales business: Could growing tech firms into 'unicorns' help secure the future? BBC NewsAn expert says developing $1bn tech start-up firms could help transform Wales' business reputation. View the full article
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