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These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionPaul Lister, Associated British Foods: Primark told the BBC it would continue to pay the wages of those affected for another three months. The collapse, which happened in April, killed more than 1, people. International firms have since faced criticism for lack of collective action to improve the working conditions in Bangladeshi garment factories. In addition to the death toll, more than 2, were injured in the disaster. However, only nine of the 23 brands being produced at the Rana Plaza factory were represented at the meeting. Key absentees included Wal-Mart and Benetton and the retailers failed to reach a deal on a compensation fund for victims. Calls for reform We looked on in horror. We knew our clothes were in the building, and we accepted responsibility Paul Lister, Associated British Foods The garments manufacturing sector is a key driver of Bangladesh’s economy. However, a series of incidents has raised concerns over the working conditions in some of the factories in the country.

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In the backdrop of Mr. Alec Fraser made his way through the winding road of palm trees.

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Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get daily news updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email It was supposed to be Utopia. But it ended in a sickening story of violence and death deep in the South American jungle. A cult leader who once preached peace and equality and railed against the violence of the global nuclear arms race now urged his followers towards death.

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More than years of retailing history in Edinburgh is set to be brought to a halt after the new owners of the iconic House of Fraser store in the city’s West End revealed it is likely to be.

Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get Bath Live updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email The new owner of House of Fraser, Mike Ashley, has lashed out at landlords as it is announced that three stores will close. And Jolly’s in Bath is also at risk. Those negotiations have resulted in 20 House of Frasers being saved from closure, safeguarding around 3, jobs.

But he has been unable to save stores in Edinburgh, Hull and Swindon which are to close with hundreds of staff going through redundancy consultation. The billionaire, who also owns Newcastle United football club, described landlords who have refused new terms as “greedy”. It is understood that landlords are reluctant to agree to the low, or in some cases zero, rents Mr Ashley is demanding.

It comes after months of uncertainty for the historic store, known as one of the oldest department stores in Europe, dating back to Since his takeover, Mr Ashley has pledged to save around 47 of House of Fraser’s 59 outlets. He recently struck a deal to save House of Fraser’s flagship store in Oxford Street. To subscribe to our daily newsletter, enter your email address into the box at the top of this story.

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Former Liberal prime minister Malcolm Fraser has labelled Tony Abbott’s use of the term Team Australia “divisive” and “counter-productive”. Mr Abbott used the phrase when announcing plans for new anti-terrorism laws, raising concerns among community leaders. Mr Fraser said the Prime Minister’s choice of language was “terrible”. Listen to former prime minister Malcolm Fraser talk about the term Team Australia.

I am interested in policy and very much interested in what’s going to happen in the next week, next month, next year. Australia’s relationship with US comes at a price: Fraser Mr Fraser said the larger question before Australians right now is what the country’s future will be. The former prime minister’s recent book, Dangerous Allies, which won this year’s John Button literary prize for political commentary, argues that Australia’s close relationship with the United States could lead to conflict with China.

There’s no direct threat to Australia. We do not need to be a frightened nation,” Mr Fraser told AM. But Mr Fraser said the situation was no different under the Rudd or Gillard governments. Julie Bishop said, ‘We’re going to stand up to China’. We don’t have an argument with China unless they create one.

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Get Daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email There will be no quick fix after the loss of House of Fraser, a Devon business boss has warned. Tim Jones, chairman of the South West Business Council said that the loss of House of Fraser will leave a big hole in the middle of Exeter with no obvious successor to fill the space.

It was designed around a very specific occupant in a very different retail market than what we are in now. In , Colson and Sparks collected donated lint and old linen to be sent to the hospitals treating British troops in the Crimea. Trade dipped dramatically, however, in , after the Theatre Royal fire in Longbrook Street which killed people, and the store used its entire stock of calico to wrap the bodies of the victims.

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It is also near another Clyde North housing estate, Meridian, which the year old nicknamed “Dog” during his football career because of his shaggy hair and fierce playing style , is completing. By submitting your email you are agreeing to Fairfax Media’s terms and conditions and privacy policy. According to City of Casey research, the municipality is expected to boom 65 per cent, to a population of more than , , by Portmans’ founding family list prominent Richmond corner Melbourne’s Bloom family, which established the Portmans brand in the s, is selling a site at one of Richmond’s most valuable retail corners.

The double-storey asset, which Portmans occupied for years, spreads across a square-metre block at the north-east corner of Bridge Road and Lennox Street, about two kilometres east of the CBD. It reopened as the group headquarters in and was refurbished again in Without a heritage overlay, the square-metre holding attracted interest from developers and investors when it was marketed by Savills Clinton Baxter, Nick Peden and Benson Zhou in conjunction with David O’Callaghan of O’Callaghan Commercial.

Ten businesses and four shops also operate out of the asset.

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The conversion of the building into a new department store, hotel or serviced apartments has been all but ruled out following months-of-behind the scenes talks. The same firm is spearheading plans for a major extension of the Edinburgh Park business hub which would create more than jobs and new homes if it wins permission from the city council. They say the Frasers building is not suitable to meet the demands of modern-day retail when a vast new shopping centre is being created at the east end of the city centre.

The planned overhaul of the building is expected to help address a shortage of high-quality office accommodation in the city centre due to the lack of new developments coming out of the ground. It was also touted as the possible site for a new hotel — echoing its short-lived use in , when it operated as the Osborne Hotel, before becoming home to the Scottish Liberal Club. However the lay-out of the current store, which has been largely unchanged in recent decades, is believed to make it unattractive to other retailers, particularly when , sq ft of new retail space is being created at the new St James Centre development, which is due for completion within the next two years.

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The Queensland senator’s time in Federal Parliament has been tumultuous, with him leaving One Nation just hours before being sworn in to the Upper House after a spat with leader Pauline Hanson. He joined KAP after a short stint as an independent and was criticised for using the term “final solution” during his first speech on migration. But on Thursday, Mr Katter said the party’s executive decided only “99 per cent” of it was solid gold, and that the rest was “totally unacceptable”.

Mr Katter said he had repeatedly warned Senator Anning not to use racially charged language or call for a European immigration program. This is a far more important issue, and it’s one the Australian people, I’m sure, would like to have a say in,” Senator Anning told reporters last week. Senator Anning said his plebiscite would also ask whether “Muslim immigration” should be stopped.

He denied this was bigoted, saying it was not “bigoted at all to give Australians a say in who comes here”. Mr Katter on Thursday said he would have voted against the bill if it ever came to Parliament.

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These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image copyright Watchtower Media Image caption Philip Donegan was convicted at the High Court in Glasgow A former university lecturer has been convicted of raping two women he met on a dating website. He bombarded the year-old with texts and calls and threatened to send an indecent photograph of her to her boss. Prosecutor Sheena Fraser said: The court heard the year-old, who was formerly a lieutenant colonel in the Territorial Army, raped the year-old in her Paisley home in October and a year-old woman at his home in Glasgow in July The year-old woman said in evidence that she went to the police after becoming distressed watching the attempted rape scene in Braveheart on DVD.

She told the jury:

The court heard that a scratch Basham’s face was not there the night before Ms Fraser’s death and that Basham has nine domestic abuse charges against Mr Basham dating back to , ABC reports.

The twin passions of the Taoiseach’s top official Independent. The highly respected Secretary General at the Department of the Taoiseach, Martin Fraser, has revealed his sports obsession in his official diary, which included time to watch many of the World Cup’s top matches. Most if not all of the World Cup matches occurred after normal office hours, but their inclusion in his official diary reflects Mr Fraser’s passion for the ‘beautiful game’.

Apart from his demanding official schedule, which often runs to 12 hours a day, Mr Fraser included time in his diary to watch the opening match of the World Cup on June 12 in which Brazil defeated Croatia He also scheduled time on May 5 to watch the crunch draw between Crystal Palace and Liverpool which effectively ended the Anfield club’s hopes of winning the Premier League.

A Department spokesman told the Sunday Independent that Mr Fraser might not have actually watched all the games listed in his diary. As with several other top officials across Government departments, Mr Fraser publishes his diary on the department’s website on a quarterly basis.

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Tuesday, May 01, Fraser leaves 19 for Denver Deciding to leave Cincinnati was difficult for Channel 19’s Dave Fraser, but he couldn’t pass up an offer to be a chief meteorologist again. Fraser, who is married to Channel 9 weekend meteorologist Kathy Ellis. Some of those friends have stepped in to provide child care for the meteorologists, who don’t have any relatives here. His family is in Massachusetts; hers is in Arizona.

If you’re both doing the morning shift, where do you take your kid at three o’clock in the morning? He came to Channel 5 from Des Moines in to do weekends.

Mr R Fraser University & College Union. REASONS FOR THE RESERVED JUDGMENT SENT TO THE PARTIES ON 22 MARCH Introduction. 1 The Respondents, a trade union, are the product of the merger in The Claimant makes no claim in respect of any conduct dating before 1 June 5. Did any or all of the alleged acts or omissions that fall.

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We can measure the CMB by looking far into the distant universe. Information can only travel at the speed of light, meaning that if we look far enough away we can see events that happened in the past. Looking at the sun, you see it as it was eight minutes ago because the light takes eight minutes to reach us.

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After excelling at Eastwood High School, he matriculated at the University of Glasgow — where he later served as principal and chancellor — to study for an ordinary MA and then a law degree. During his time at university, he was chosen to represent British students at a conference in Peking, making him one of the first westerners to visit the country after the revolution, and during the Korean War.

He caught the attention of a younger student politician, Marion Forbes and, in , they began 60 years of married life, having four children by On leaving university in , Mr Fraser took a three-year service commission in the Royal Air Force; thereafter he worked for the Scottish Office in Edinburgh, where he remained for 33 years. He returned to the University of Glasgow in on a research fellowship and was secretary tot the commission looking into the reform of local government — he was influential in the plan that saw regions and districts replace burgh and county councils in

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Introduction Scope and Contents The papers of agriculturalist and soil conservationist H. Fraser were donated to the Library by Mr Fraser in The collection is rich in correspondence. There are also files on all aspects of H. The titles related mainly to agriculture and religion. Conditions Governing Access Please refer to the collection’s catalogue record for the access conditions http: Conditions Governing Use Copying and publishing of unpublished manuscript material is subject to copyright restrictions.

For such material, written permission to publish must be obtained from the copyright holder s. Copying of unpublished material for research purposes is permissible 50 years after the death of the creator of the material. Early childhood was spent at Jamberoo and Leura.

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