Tom O’ Flaherty celebrated his first professional hat-trick with ‘a few pints and a pool at the pub’

It was the first hat-trick of Tom O’Flaherty’s professional career, so when he finished spinning the rings around Glasgow last weekend, the Exeter wing didn’t think to take home a memory. “Oddly enough, Jonny Gray asked me this week if I had kept the ball,” he said. “But I didn’t …

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Government of Nunavut launches travel helpline

COVID-19[female[feminineJanuary 21, 2022 – 11:13 a.m. EST Toll-free number available for travel questions related to COVID-19 The Government of Nunavut’s new Travel Helpline is designed to help residents understand changing travel requirements during the pandemic. (Photo by Melanie Ritchot) Through madalyn howitt The Government of Nunavut has launched a new …

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In Ukraine crisis, Germany faces tough decisions over Nord Stream 2 – EURACTIV.com

Germany could find itself in a no-win situation if Russia invades Ukraine, pitting Berlin’s main gas supplier against its most important security allies. Chancellor Olaf Scholz would face pressure from the United States and other Western allies to respond to any invasion by halting the commissioning of the recently completed …

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How long does it take to repair your credit score?

Editorial independence We want to help you make more informed decisions. Certain links on this page – clearly marked – may direct you to a partner website and allow us to earn a referral commission. For more information, see How we make money. Your credit score is like a financial …

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Alabama community colleges report surge in enrollment

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WTVY) – Enrollment of students pursuing academic and workforce training courses at Alabama community colleges has surged amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Nearly 144,000 students received education or training at a statewide community or technical college. This included 101,094 students enrolled in traditional college credit courses, which represented an …

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A group of tenants calls for vigilance in the face of rent increases in Quebec in 2022

A group suggests that tenants carefully examine their notice of rent increase and refuse any increase deemed excessive, Wednesday, shortly after the Administrative Tribunal of Quebec unveiled its average increase estimate. The Regroupement des Comités Logement et Associations de Tenants du Québec notes in a press release that the rates …

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President Biden announces nominees for ambassadors and key roles

WASHINGTON – Today, President Joe Biden announced his intention to name the following leaders to serve as key leaders in his administration: Elizabeth Bagley, candidate for the post of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Federative Republic of Brazil Jane Hartley, candidate for the post of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary …

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Uniper CEO expects Nord Stream 2 to carry gas next heating season

Adds CEO comment, context FRANKFURT, January 18 (Reuters) – Uniper, one of Nord Stream 2’s backers, expects the pipeline to be available for transporting gas from the start of the next winter heating season in October, its CEO said. The pipeline, which is technically complete, still needs to be certified …

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DMU is part of two £1.5m Community Renewal Fund projects

DMU is part of two projects worth over £1.5million awarded through the government’s Community Renewal Fund (CRF). The £1million Leicester Accelerator will see DMU scholars and students working with their counterparts at Leicester and Loughborough Universities to help businesses on their journey to net zero. Through audits, training and workshops, …

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Chip crisis pushes European car sales to new low – EURACTIV.com

EU car sales fell to a new low last year as the auto sector was hampered by the Covid pandemic and a shortage of computer chips, industry figures showed on Tuesday (January 18th). New passenger car registrations in the EU fell 2.4% in 2021, to 9.7 million vehicles, the worst …

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