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Miss. The Oxford Parking Commission is holding off on recommending a contract bid on about 300 parking meters for the downtown area. The Oxford Eagle reports (http://bit.ly/1l3zimx) the commission will make recommendation to the city's board of
Statins 'may help control multiple sclerosis' Health editor, BBC News online Statins may be useful in treating advanced multiple sclerosis (MS), say UK researchers. Early trial results in The Lancet show the cholesterol-lowering pills slow brain
Relayware will host a webinar examining how to recruit and on-board the right channel partners on March 19 at 9 a.m...EST . Relayware's Chris Bucholtz , author of the companion whitepaper, " Indirect Channel Recruitment ", will moderate this webinar
Former North Dakota Attorney General Nicholas Spaeth was found dead in his Fargo apartment, in what authorities are treating as a possible suicide. The discovery was made soon after police received a call from someone not in the apartment early
Departmental Lecturer at University of Oxford On March 14, in an address to the Oxford Union supposedly about innovation, Republican Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann talked about her 2012 presidential run , and went so far as to hint she might
March 2014 The left must move from sharing spoils to shared control of the economy if they are to clear a path towards the future. We publish the afterword to the free e-book Democratic Wealth: Building a Citizens' Economy , published today by
March 2014 openDemocracy and Politics in Spires (hosted by the universities of Oxford and Cambridge) publishes an e-book on building an economy that serves the common good. The collection of essays from around the globe explores a renewed interest in
Vice Chancellor at Bath Spa University Does my cap look good? Chris Radburn/PA Wire In December, the chancellor of the exchequer, George Osborne, announced the government would be abolishing the existing cap on undergraduate student numbers from 2015.
Monday, March 17, 2014 at 1:00 a.m...Park Avenue office tower, the latest sign that foreign investment is pushing up real estate markets nationwide. The tower, 450 Park Avenue, is in a neighborhood where chic retailers pay some of the highest rents
an address at the Oxford Union followed the next day by a haircut. If his appearance before the brilliant young things last Wednesday was a leap, the shearing was no less so since it reversed the cultural order of things.