Day: November 6, 2022

DILG issues updated travel guidelines for local execs
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DILG issues updated travel guidelines for local execs

Romina Cabrera – The Philippine StarNovember 6, 2022 | 12:00am Passengers queue at the check-in counters while others spend the night inside the NAIA Terminal 3 in Pasay City ahead of their flights on October 29, 2022.STAR / Miguel De Guzman MANILA, Philippines — The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) has issued

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Powerball hits record $1.9 billion after no payout again

Powerball lottery ticket cards are on a rack at a gas station in Houston on Friday. Photo by John Angelillo/UPI | License Photo Nov. 6 (UPI) — Powerball’s estimated jackpot has reached an estimated $1.9 billion, surpassing Saturday’s record $1.6 billion after no one matched all five numbers and the red ball on a $2

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What to know about LAUTECH’s post-UTME CBT 2022

The Academic Staff Union of Universities in Nigeria recently called off its industrial strike, which lasted up to 8 months. Most universities have announced resumption dates, and admission processes have begun in earnest. Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) is one of the Nigerian universities currently enrolling students for 2022/2023 admissions. LAUTECH recently announced dates

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Hacking targeted critics of Qatar World Cup: Report

LONDON: An India-based computer hacking gang targeted critics of the Qatar World Cup, an investigation by British journalists said on Sunday. A database leaked to Britain’s Sunday Times and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism revealed the hacking of a dozen lawyers, journalists and famous people from 2019 “commissioned by one particular client”, the newspaper and

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Banned director and accused migrant exploiter is still running a company

Richard Kennaway, right, and Kristi Solanius, are the couple behind concrete company Zeb Ltd. Photo: Stuff He’s left a trail of creditors from three failed concrete companies, faced accusations of wage theft from migrant workers and been told he can no longer direct a company: but that hasn’t stopped Richard Kennaway doing business. The Ministry

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Rain, wind and snow alert issued for Southern Saskatchewan

Southern Saskatchewan residents can expect to break out the shovels once again.Environment Canada has issued weather alerts for all of southern Saskatchewan and most of the central regions of the province.“An Alberta clipper will bring rapidly changing weather conditions with strong winds, rain changing to snow and quickly falling temperatures to much of southern Saskatchewan

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World Series Champion Astros Prove That Even Villains Can Have a Dynasty

AP Photo/David J. PhillipThe Houston Astros are World Series champions. For real this time. No ifs, ands or buts about it. And no asterisks, real or imagined.So, let’s call them what they deserve to be called: a dynasty.Judging from all the boos and jeers that the Astros have heard away from Minute Maid Park over

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Detailed data from pivotal studies with aflibercept 8 mg demonstrate sustained improvements in visual acuity and anatomic measures with large majority of patients maintaining treatment intervals of 16

Not intended for U.S. and UK Media – Aflibercept 8 mg late-breaking data at the 55th Annual Scientific Meeting 2022 of the Retina Society: Berlin, November 5, 2022 – Bayer AG today announced that detailed results from two pivotal clinical studies have demonstrated sustained visual acuity and anatomic improvements with aflibercept 8 mg with 12-

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Cameroon’s Paul Biya marks 40 years as president

When Paul Biya first took the helm of Cameroon, Ronald Reagan was in his second year of presidency, Madonna had not yet made the charts and the Soviet Union was still nearly a decade away from break-up. Biya, who at 89 will notch up 40 years in power on Sunday, became one of the world’s

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The rise of the machines: What your data is being used for

November 5, 2022 1:07 PM Image Credit: Getty/BlackSalmon Join us on November 9 to learn how to successfully innovate and achieve efficiency by upskilling and scaling citizen developers at the Low-Code/No-Code Summit. Register here. “The Terminator,” “The Matrix,” “I, Robot.” All of these are films where machines become sentient and attempt to take over the

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