Media Watch

'19Jan
13

Commentary: A tale of one North Korea defector and hopes for peace on the peninsula

PRESTON: News broke in early January that North Korea’s acting ambassador to Italy, Jo Song Gil, is in hiding and reported is seeking asylum in an “unidentified Western country”. The possible high-level defection...
'19Jan
13

Perspective: Is advanced technology creating or killing jobs?

By Stanley OmadoghoARE advanced technologies – artificial intelligence, robotics, machine learning, virtual reality, mass 3D printing, biotechnology, chatbots, deep learning, drones, augmented reality and smart...
'19Jan
13

'I'm really uncomfortable in my own skin, with my disabilities and putting them out there for the world to see'

IT’S BEEN AN emotional conversation. A lot of revelations. A lot of vulnerability and opening up.And then, as we close in on the hour mark and everything ebbs to a conclusion, it veers in a completely different...
'19Jan
13

What if Mueller proves Trump collusion and no one cares?

The astonishing and entirely new fact revealed last week is that, according to Mueller, Manafort, while chairman of the Trump campaign, sent polling data to a Russian associate with close ties to Russian...
'19Jan
13

Do not reverse onus of proof for black economy crimes, say experts

Email By business reporterNassim Khadem Updated January 14, 2019 08:26:57 Photo: Treasury is considering the...
'19Jan
13

One stop centres making a difference to women facing abuse

“Daughters-in-law in our village are killed overnight by the husband’s families and no one ever finds out anything,” a woman tells a counsellor at Ajmer’s One Stop Centre (OSC) appealing for her safety and an...
'19Jan
13

Saudi Prince al-Faisal warns against US Syria pullout

A senior member of the Saudi royal family has warned against a US troop withdrawal from Syria.Prince Turki al-Faisal told the BBC the action would have a negative impact, further entrenching Iran, Russia and the...
'19Jan
13

Hanjin default to ‘hurt’ but won’t hamper banks

January 14, 2019home / Business / Top Business / Hanjin default to ‘hurt’ but won’t hamper banksLocal banks with loan exposures to a bankrupt Korean-owned shipbuilder will be working together to address the...
'19Jan
13

Big retailers like Halfords and B&Q fear Brexit will end share schemes for their Irish workers

MAJOR COMPANIES LIKE Halfords and B&Q are sounding the Brexit alarm over the future of save-as-you-earn (SAYE) share options schemes for “modest earners”.SAYE schemes allow an employee to save money to buy...
'19Jan
13

Sunday Shows Round-Up: Bercow Row, Barclay On Brexit And Corbyn's Bid To Topple May

ReutersThe critical vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal was just two days away as the Sunday politics shows began their broadcasts and there was plenty to talk about.Just hours earlier reports had emerged that...

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