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Channel 10 in funding crisis, shares put in trading halt

Channel 10 in funding crisis, shares put in trading halt

Shares were placed into trading halt on Tuesday morning and last traded at 16 cents, valuing Mr Gordon's 15 per cent share at $8.8 million and Mr Murdoch's 7.5 per cent share at $4.4 million. However, some believe that with new media ownership laws on the horizon some players would indeed like Ten to have an administrator appointed. It was also reliant on the three shareholders guaranteeing the next loan.


Irish Girl Seeking Abortion Detained in Psychiatric Unit

Irish Girl Seeking Abortion Detained in Psychiatric Unit

Of these 240 females, 66 were under 18 at the time they had the procedure, with 10 being under the age of 16. Last year Foster said: "I would not want abortion to be as freely available here as it is in England". The number of women travelling from Northern Ireland to England for an abortion fell slightly past year to 724, from 833 in 2015. 63 women from Donegal travelled to England and Wales a year ago to access abortion, according to new figures.


Oglethorpe University President joins group pledging to uphold Paris Climate Agreement

Oglethorpe University President joins group pledging to uphold Paris Climate Agreement

The spokesman went on to call Trump's Paris Agreement decision "short-sighted and silly", and "ignorant of the fact that the protection of the global environment is in their own interests". But that isn't to say that anyone, much less progressives and anti-Trump activists, should feel happy or enthusiastic about North Korea dunking on POTUS.



Jeff Sessions will testify in open hearing before Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday

Sessions said in a letter on Saturday that he will appear before the committee to address matters that Comey brought up last week in testimony to the same panel. In those meetings and phone calls, Comey said he got the clear impression that his future tenure at the FBI was dependent on his reining in the Russian Federation investigation.


High cigarette prices can really make you quit smoking

High cigarette prices can really make you quit smoking

Around the world, tobacco consumption kills more than 7 million people each year and costs households and governments over US$ 1.4 trillion spent on health care and from lost productivity. It clinched a landmark treaty in 2005, now ratified by 179 countries, that calls for a ban on tobacco advertising and sponsorship, and taxes to discourage use.


UK Conservatives need to deliver an

UK Conservatives need to deliver an "open" Brexit - Scotland leader

The Tories returned 13 MPs in their best result in Scotland since 1983. The Tories were confident of a revival north of the border after their success in last year's Scottish Parliament elections and leader Ruth Davidson's popular campaign against a second referendum.