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'Cretaceous equivalent of the Serengeti' found in Australia

The tracks were nearly forever lost, with the Western Australian government in 2008 selecting the area as the preferred site for a massive liquid natural gas processing precinct. Working alongside the Goolarabooloo, who are considered the region's "traditional custodians", Salisbury and his colleagues spent 400 hours investigating the markings.

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Visa hiccup aborts Eagles, Stallions friendly game

The Super Eagles drew 1-1 with Senegal on Thursday night after Kelechi Iheanacho's late penalty cancelled out Moussa Sow's opening goal at the Hive, home of English fourth tier side Barnet. The Nigeria Football Federation claimed that the cancellation was due to the Etalons failing to gain entry to the United Kingdom and said that they were "extremely disappointed" by the failure to fulfil the fixture.

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Thousands of Queenslanders evacuated ahead of Cyclone Debbie

Some residents are refusing to leave their home, Palaszczuk said, with police going door to door Monday in a final attempt to get people to safety. The agency said Debbie will be the most powerful storm to hit Australia since cyclone Yasi in 2011, which caused severe damage along large tracks of the coast.

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More evacuated as Cyclone Debbie intensifies

The premier urged residents to do as emergency service personnel asked, amid reports some people were refusing to leave. Cyclone Debbie is the largest storm to hit Queensland since the category five cyclone Yasi in 2011, which ripped homes from their foundations and destroyed farmland.

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Mesut Ozil drops major hint over Arsenal future in German paper interview

Pointing to his desire to one day win the Champions League, Ozil reaffirmed his comfort in London. We advise that all users switch to using the new Disqus comment system as soon as possible to ensure a smooth transition. "Why not? Of course, we are going through a hard spell right now, and are not happy with the sixth place", Ozil said. 'I am convinced, however, that we will catch up again soon.

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Facebook Messenger will soon no longer work on these smartphones

Facebook has purportedly started to email those who will be affected by the upcoming device cull. Instead, the move will see devices running Windows Phone 8.1 or earlier knocked from the supported devices list. In fact, the company has allowed the owners of Windows 7 and Windows 8 to update to Windows 10 for FREE, but it seems that some people have chose to stick to the older version of the operating system.

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Sydney academic stopped from leaving China

A Sydney professor and critic of growing Chinese government influence in Australia says he has been prevented from boarding a flight to return home to Sydney, and has been told he is "not allowed to leave China". This implies that in this case, Chinese authorities regard Feng as a Chinese citizen and therefore not entitled to Australian consular support. John Hugh - a friend of Feng - who spoke to the lecturer by telephone on Monday, said that the academic was calm but was irritated at not ...

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Adele reveals she may NEVER tour again

The singer is now on a mammoth world tour and says it's the "greatest accomplishment" in her career so far. Adele broke out in "Make You Feel My Love", her dedication leaving not a dry eye in the Mount Smart Stadium. She was marking one of her final tour dates after over a year on the road. 'I will not do festivals. "Then the future's an open book". According to the publication, Adele would consider returning to live performing if she was offered a Las Vegas residency, like other ...

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At 407 kms per hour, the fastest police auto is in Dubai

The Dubai Police's supercar beats the United States police patrol, a Lamborghini which has a maximum speed of 360 kmph. The Dubai Police's supercar beats the USA police patrol, a Lamborghini which merely has a maximum speed of 360 kmph. The cars allow the city's police force to be more accessible, Dubai police Lt. Saif Sultan Rashed Al Shamsi tells Gulf News . Major Sultan Al Marri of Dubai Police's General Department of Transport & Rescue told CNN why they opt to buy supercars: "We're ...

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Google Play Store Comes with 'Free App of the Week' section

The new section will be accessible on both desktop as well as on mobile. There's no one who'll balk at the idea of free stuff, especially when it comes to apps. There is no guarantee that the app displayed will be useful for you or what you wanted, but free is free, right? As it stands the free app will is "Card Wars - Adventure Time " which is ending in a few days.

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Twin Cities to go dark for 'Earth Hour' tonight

The statue of Christ the Redeemer is seen after being plunged into darkness for Earth Hour . City became the first city out of 7000 cities from 175 countries around the world to mark the 10th annual Earth Hour yesterday. local time, say Earth Hour organizers. Celebrities such as Maroon 5 are supporting the activity. In a press release issued by the airport, DIA's senior director for sustainability said " Earth Hour is one small way we can highlight our commitment to implementing ...

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UCLA knocked out of NCAA tournament in 86-75 loss to Kentucky

I'm very happy. I'm at UCLA. In fact, it was only his "name that was big". But I give you a degree of credit for this because yes, people are talking about you. I nearly picked UNC to win the whole shebang. Both teams like to get the ball up and down the court. Minutes later, Lonzo Ball strutted behind his hustling teammates as the Kentucky Wildcats jogged on the opposite end of the floor just before tipoff.

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Bentley Plays Gigapixel Hide-And-Seek With Flying Spur W12 S In Dubai

The level of detail on offer is extraordinary, to the point where you can tell what kind of plants people have on their balconies, and clearly make out ripples in the water of Dubai Marina. Bentley suspended a camera 866 feet up the Cayan Tower to capture what they call the world's most detailed landscape photo. The system, based on NASA technology, had to withstand 40-degree heat that created a haze and 25 km/h winds that threatened to disrupt stability.

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Mississippi State upsets Baylor, earn first-ever women's Final Four berth

You can't get deep. "There's no ideal answer". Coach Vic Schaefer was trying to spark something with his team, and it seems to have worked. The Bulldogs will travel to Dallas to play the victor of UConn/Oregon on Friday. "It was just her night for those things to go in". We watched some film together one morning and sometimes it's just as simple as following your shot and getting some of those misses.

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Former Freedom Caucus chair: We'll see on ObamaCare repeal vote

GOP aides said the bill could be amended again ahead of Friday's vote to include the repeal of the essential health benefits - an change that seeks to win support from Freedom Caucus members, according to various news reports. "I never thought it would come to this". The bill was withdrawn minutes before the vote was to occur. Likening the process to a football game at halftime, he added: "At the very end of the day, the most valuable player will be President Trump on this, because he will ...

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Pakistan observes Earth Hour today

Every year, millions of people switch off lights for one hour in an effort to recognise the importance of fighting climate change. "Switch Off and Switch to Solar Energy" is the main theme of the Earth Hour 2017 . In 2007, the nonprofit asked residents and business owners in Sydney to turn off all lights and non-essential devices for one hour. He said this in his message on Earth Hour being commemorated world over on March 25, a press release here Friday said.

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UAE joins world to mark 1oth Earth Hour

A number of individuals, communities, organization and institute celebrate the event by plunging into darkness for an hour, from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. The goal of Earth Hour is not to save energy in one hour but inspire millions of people across the world to live more responsibly, smartly and economically in terms of nature and the environment, according to Helena Čárska from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Slovakia.

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Drogheda asked to just switch off for 'Earth Hour'

A symbolic gesture of unity to reflect on our impact on the planet, Earth Hour is a global citizen movement of positive change for the environment. Most parts of Brunei went dark on Saturday evening as thousands of Bruneians with glow sticks and candles joined people from 178 countries and territories in the global Earth Hour campaign.

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Carrboro will go dark for Earth Hour

In 2016, over six million people in the United Kingdom took part. Earth Hour aims to raise awareness of human activity that contributes to climate change while showing that action can become a part of people's daily routines, to cut down power consumption and in turn greenhouse gasses.

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Earth Hour: Government and other Organizations Take Part in Global Initiative

As per reports , 172 countries in which 7000 cities were participants of the Earth Hour 2017 . As per report, among the famous buildings and structures taking part in Australia are Sydney's Opera House, the Harbour Bridge, Luna Park, Town Hall, and Sydney Tower Eye.

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Summit invites people to go beyond the ordinary for Earth Hour 2017

WWF-AAPSO will also be campaigning throughout Assam in schools and colleges, organisations, corporate and institutes to encourage switching off of lights and promote usage of solar energy. As climate change unfolds before our eyes, the climate deniers now include a small but powerful number of global leaders, people who think climate change isn't worth spending time or money fighting.

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'Beauty and the Beast' Tramples Competition With $88 Million 2nd Weekend

The film has yet to open in Japan (April 21). After breaking the March opening weekend record last week, Beauty and the Beast goes on to score the fourth largest 10-day gross of all time this weekend in addition to posting the fourth largest second weekend tally of all time.

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Cities Around the World Turn Their Lights Off for Earth Hour

Bhubaneswar: Earth Hour started in 2007 in Sydney, Australia, when 2.2 million individuals and more than 2,000 businesses turned their lights off for one hour to take a stand against climate change. He said this in his message on Earth Hour being commemorated world over on March 25, a press release here Friday said. Many countries are moving towards renewable energy sources and away from fossil fuels to reduce their carbon emissions.

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Here's why these famous landmarks are going dark on Saturday

Founded in 2007 in Sydney, the movement has come a long way. In Brunei, Earth Hour was observed with two iconic landmarks in the capital - Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Complex and Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque - as focal points as the event rolled across the globe simultaneously.

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Millions worldwide to turn off lights for Earth Hour 2017

Brands across the world have also joined in unison to support Earth Hour . At 8:30 p.m. today, you can make a statement about the climate change and environmental impact by celebrating Earth Hour and turning off your lights for one hour.

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No. 1 Gonzaga advances in NCAA tournament

I wanted to get there personally. And that he would have a chance to appear in the Final Four? Former Cinderella-turned-powerhouse Gonzaga powered its way into its first Final Four with decisive 83-59 victory over Xavier in the NCAA West Regional final on Saturday at the SAP Center.

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Nintendo wants to create new Intellectual Properties on Switch

In a talk with investors Thursday , Gamestop chief operating officer Tony Bartel said the retailer almost sold a copy of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for every Switch they sold. Nintendo president Kimishima Tatsumi said that by the time Nintendo wants to start selling something else, the Switch's overall sales will have reached 110 million units.

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Westin Guam going dark for Earth Day 2017

Naomi Hicks, Head of WWF UK's Earth Hour , said: "We are at a real crossroads when it comes to our planet's future". In his message on Earth Hour being commemorated the world over on today (Saturday), he urged parliamentarians and people to observe the worldwide Earth Hour by voluntarily switching off extra lights for one hour between 8:30pm to 9:30pm.

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Obama health law's 'essential benefits' may be in jeopardy

U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows, a North Carolina Republican who is chairman of the conservative Freedom Caucus, told Fox News late Wednesday that he had reached "an agreement in principle" with President Donald Trump on changes that could earn more conservative support .

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Capital City celebrates Earth Hour

According to the World Wildlife Fund , there is no reason why people should not participate in Earth Hour 2017 . Earth Hour is a global event , organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature. Hilton is hosting a #Travelwithpurposecontest where winners receive a free five-night stay in Canopy by Hilton Reykjavik City Centre in Iceland. With 2016 breaking temperature records for the third consecutive year, it's never been more important to tackle climate change.

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Celebrate Earth Hour Saturday, March 25 at 8:30 Pm

Skylines around the world fell dark on Saturday night to mark the tenth Earth Hour . "When people across the world participate in the same event , it sends the message that we're all in it together", Immo Fischer, from WWF Germany, told Deutsche Welle.

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New Zealand battle to stumps in good position in third test

That catch not just left du Plessis spellbound but also added a surprise smile on umpire Bruce Oxenford. "We've got a long way to go to get a good total", Hashim Amla said after his 50 and an unbeaten 33 from Faf du Plessis helped the Proteas recover from a disastrous start on a rain-disrupted day in which only 41 overs were possible.

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Liam Payne and Cheryl Cole Welcome First Child

Liam Payne shared exciting news on Instagram on Saturday afternoon: he is now a dad! "It's a moment that I will never forget for the rest of my life and my favourite memory I have so far". We have a feeling they would be really, really good friends! However, Liam's baby announcement coincided with what would have been the 44th birthday of Louis' mum Johanna , who sadly died in December after bravely battling leukaemia.

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India joins the world to observe Earth Hour on Saturday

People play with lit balloons after the lights were switched off for Earth Hour at the Royal Palace in Madrid, Spain, March 25, 2017. In a memorandum circular, the DILG secretary directed all provincial governors, city/municipal mayors, punong barangays, the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) secretary, and DILG regional/ provincial directors to advocate and widen public participation in the Earth Hour 2017.

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Earth Day 2017, Don't turn on the lights this weekend

Landmarks from the Eifel Tower in Paris to the Empire State Building in NY to the Sydney Opera House will shut off their lights from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. The world was turning off the lights and turning up the awareness Saturday night. " Earth Hour is an excellent way for Carrboro to connect with the global effort to recognize climate change and the raving attention of the public to energy issues and environmental issues", Haven-O'Donnell said.


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