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1. Cheap Ray Bans Australia - Originality Speaks For Itself
May 16, 2018

Ray Ban offers the highest quality and very stylish sunglasses that outclass a number of other high quality brands. The company is iconic with regards to the eyewear industry. Every piece out of this luxury brand is engineered with utmost finesse and cutting-edge technology. What Ray Ban is most recognized for is definitely the ultra-cool and sexy set of Aviators, that the brand invented bearing in mind the necessity of the military pilots. Aviators can also be often called Pilot Shades or Stunner Shades. The design was introduced on the market in 1936, but during those times they may be ... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

2. A Sunny Spanish Delight: Marbella & Puerto Banús
March 28, 2018

Costa de Sol is a beautiful coastal region found in southern Spain, nestled between the Sierra Blanca Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea. It is a world-famous tourist destination that is known as a location of outstanding natural beauty; few places in Europe compare to this Spanish delight. Known also for the glamour and luxury associated with the region, private yachts are a common sight here. For those looking to take a break from it all, relax and just bask in the sun, this region is perhaps one of the best choices for a stylish holiday to Spain. Marbella: Where Old Meets New ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. More Banned Number Plates Than Ever Before
March 22, 2018

The “18” series of license plates that released on the 1st of March has seen a huge wave of bans due to offensive and rude license plates. A couple of the offenders include PU18 BES, TA** BAN and BO** CKS. Every year, two new sets of license plates are released for the general public to purchase. This year, the “18” series released at the beginning of the month and later in the year, the “68” series will be released on the 1st of September. After each release, the DVLA’s censors get together in order to examine car registration plates and remove ones that are too offensive for use on the ... (read more)

Author: John Doe

4. BLUE LAW
January 31, 2018

The blue law can also be called Sunday law. The blue law is designed to ban some or even all Sunday activities for the religious reasons. The main aim of banning some or all Sunday activities is to promote the observance of the day of worship. The blue law may also ban buying of some items on specific days. The blue laws are commonly enforced in United States, Canada, and European particularly Germany, Switzerland, Australia, and Norway. In the United States, Supreme Court has held blue law as constitutional many times. The labor unions and trade associations have supported the legis... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

5. Want to Understand Trump's Travel Ban? - Take One Good Look at Europe
December 07, 2017

We live in a day when good sound reasoning has taken a permanent sabbatical to the land of PC fantasy. MSM, Democrats and liberals and well over half of academia’s darlings have chosen to abide where truth never darkens the door. This condition is best illustrated by President Trump’s recent retweet of videos posted by a British nationalist who stands against the Islamisation of the United Kingdom, which clearly show Muslims in acts of serious violent crimes. One video shows Muslims beating up a crippled Dutch boy who needed crutches to walk. Another video captures a Muslim smashing ... (read more)

Author: Michael Bresciani

6. Ticket Scalping is Bigger Than Ever
November 15, 2017

LOS ANGELES---In one of his final presidential acts, noted music fan Barack Obama made a much-needed crackdown on ticket bots. Last December, following anti-scalping efforts by Adele, Chance the Rapper, PJ Harvey, and many more musicians, Obama signed a federal ban on the use of software that lets resellers snatch up huge blocks of event tickets before the rest of us have a chance. Senator Chuck Schumer, a sponsor of the law, said it ensured showgoers wouldn’t face “outrageous, unfair prices.” But some insiders questioned whether the law would really end bots, let alone the larger issue ... (read more)

Author: Grace Bell

7. Adenna LLC, Makes An Important Announcement Concerning The FDA's Recent Ban Of Powdered Medical Glo
November 14, 2017

In a recent public service announcement, Adenna LLC made some remarks concerning the FDA’s ban of powdered medical gloves, which went into effect this year. Adenna stated that the FDA has determined that powdered surgeon’s gloves, powdered patient examination gloves, and absorbable powder for lubricating a surgeon’s glove all present an unreasonable risk of illness or injury, and that said risk cannot be corrected or eliminated by a change in labelling. Adenna stated that all impacted inventory has been banned from the supply chain, effective 2017. Adenna went on to state that it does n... (read more)

Author: John Doe

8. How does high-tech sports swimwear work and what are the problems with it?
November 12, 2017

Not long ago there began a controversy regarding high-tech sports swimwear which reached its peak during the last decade. They managed to ban them in 2010 yet the damage had already been done. High tech sports swimming costumes had tainted the sport forever. But before we get into all that let us learn from where did high-tech sports swimming costumes originate and how do they actually work. Where did it begin? Back in the start of the millennium high tech sports swimming costumes were introduced to the Olympics swimming event back in the year 2000 at Sydney. Surprisingly that year t... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

9. The ‘Sweet Season' in Coming Up, But with Good Habits and Careful Monitoring, Teeth Problems can be
September 29, 2017

Candy is harder to avoid on Halloween than pumpkin spice and spooky ghosts and witches, but according to Gilroy dentist Dr. Jernell Escobar, teeth problems can be avoided with some good habits and monitoring the amount of candy children eat. Gilroy, CA, Sept 28, 2017 — Candy is harder to avoid on Halloween than pumpkin spice and spooky ghosts and witches, but according to Gilroy dentist Dr. Jernell Escobar, teeth problems can be avoided with some good habits and monitoring the amount of candy children eat. “It really can be quite a challenge for parents to let children enjoy Hallowee... (read more)

Author: John Paul

10. FALSE OR MISLEADING REPRESENTATIONS IN ACL
September 28, 2017

False and misleading representations is found in chapter two of the Australian consumer law. The chapter has general protection which creates the standard of business conduct in the business including the general ban of false and misleading representation in trade or commerce. Section 18 of this chapter prohibits any person in trade or commerce from engaging in false or misleading representations. The circumstances of each case figure whether the representation is misleading or false. A statement misleading one group of consumers may not mislead the other group. A representation can be ... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

11. Looking For A Womens Ray Ban Sunglasses Sale?
August 11, 2017

Are you searching for a womens Ray Ban sunglasses sale? If so you may be wondering when it is safe to purchase this iconic eyewear online - in the end, it appears as though you will find knock-offs and rip-offs aplenty of each and every designer accessory available on the market. How can you tell in case you are getting the genuine article? Whenever you go through towards the end of the article, you will understand the best way to purchase Ray Bans on the web with full confidence, together with a terrific way to purchase the authentic article yet still get a whole lot. What To Take I... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

12. Good News for Business Travellers Worried About the Laptop Ban
May 31, 2017

We don’t know exactly when the laptop ban is going to come into effect, but it’s expected to be very soon. Here’s the low-down on everything we do know so you can be prepared when it is implemented. Routes Affected Only direct, inbound flights into the UK from Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, Tunisia, Jordan and Lebanon are affected. The US situation is a little more complicated, with flights from ten airports in the Middle East and North Africa to Europe affected and possible extensions on the ban imminent. Airlines affected All passengers of any nationality flying with ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Letting Fees Ban ‘Unlikely To Greatly Impact Landlord Finances
January 17, 2017

With the recent Autumn Statement delivered by Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond outlining plans to ban letting agent fees, some concerns have been raised that the UK’s private sector landlords could be faced with extra costs as a result. However, there is unlikely to be any great impact on landlord finances as a result of the change, according to one analysis by a property classifieds site, which estimated that even if letting agents passed on the costs to landlords, Rent Guarantee Scheme policyholders would experience a mere 0.14% drop in returns. A softer impact on landl... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

14. UN's Ban Calls Aleppo 'Synonym for Hell' in Final News Conference
December 16, 2016

Outgoing U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Friday referred to Aleppo, Syria, as a "synonym for hell" during his final news conference before stepping down at the end of the year. "We have collectively failed the people of Syria. Peace will only prevail when it is accompanied by compassion, justice and accountability for the abominable crimes we have seen," Ban said. Earlier Friday, the Syrian government suspended an evacuation operation to move civilians out of...... (read more)

15. UN Chief Urges Gambian Forces to Vacate Electoral Commission
December 14, 2016

United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon has condemned the takeover of Gambia's electoral commission by security forces and is calling on them to vacate the building immediately. A statement Wednesday from the secretary-general's spokesman also asked the Gambian military to take no further actions that could jeopardize a peaceful transfer of power in the tiny West African country. President Yayha Jammeh initially conceded defeat to challenger Adama Barrow in the December 1 presidential...... (read more)

16. Ohio Governor Signs 20-Week Abortion Ban, Vetoes Heartbeat Bill
December 13, 2016

Republican Gov. John Kasich signed a bill Tuesday imposing a 20-week abortion ban while vetoing stricter provisions in a separate measure that would have barred the procedure at the first detectable fetal heartbeat. Kasich acted on both proposals the same day they landed on his desk.   The so-called heartbeat bill would have prohibited most abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can be as early as six weeks into pregnancy — or before many women know they are pregnant....... (read more)

17. Corruption Critic Navalny to Run for Russian Presidency
December 13, 2016

An anti-corruption activist has announced he will run for president of Russia in the 2018 election after a ban against him running for political office was removed last month. Alexei Navalny, 40, is the leader of the opposition Party of Progress and has been one of the most vocal critics of current Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom he accuses of graft and corruption. Navalny made the announcement Tuesday via a video statement posted on his new campaign website. “It's time...... (read more)

18. Antonio Guterres Sworn In as UN Secretary-General
December 12, 2016

Former Portuguese prime minister Antonio Guterres has been sworn in as Secretary-General of the United Nations, taking over from Ban Ki-moon at the end of the month.   The former U.N. refugee chief was elected by acclamation in the General Assembly in October and takes over from Ban on Jan. 1.   The 67-year-old Guterres becomes the ninth U.N. chief in the world body's 71-year history.   Guterres performed well in answering questions before the General Assembly while...... (read more)

19. South Korea Bans Transportation of Poultry to Fight Bird Flu
December 11, 2016

South Korea's agriculture ministry said on Monday it will issue a temporary nationwide ban on the transportation of poultry to contain the spread of bird flu, with 43 outbreaks recorded in Asia's fourth-largest economy. The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs said in a statement that the movement control order will be effective for 48 hours, from 1500 GMT on Monday or midnight in Seoul. Since the first outbreak of a severe strain of bird flu known as H5N6 was...... (read more)

20. Beer-loving Czechs Approve Smoking Ban in Pubs, Restaurants
December 09, 2016

The Czech lower house of parliament on Friday approved a ban on smoking in restaurants, bars and pubs, overcoming years of wrangling and bringing the country in line with most others in the European Union. "This brings the Czech Republic [in line with] civilized countries that care for the health of their citizens," Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka said. Parliament's upper house must sign off on the legislation but the lower house vote showed there was enough support to...... (read more)

21. India Hopes Currency Shortages Will Drive Transition to Cashless Economy
December 09, 2016

Hundreds of customers who come to pick up popular local savories at Satnam Singh’s shop in a bustling market in New Delhi used to hand out cash for their purchases, usually amounting to $2 to $5. But his sales plunged after massive currency shortages hit India following last month’s ban on high value denomination notes. Realizing that people did not have cash to spare for non-essential purchases, he began offering his customers the option to pay via mobile wallets. “Standing in long lines...... (read more)

22. Paris Imposes Driving Restrictions, Plans Clunker Ban as Smog Hits Highs
December 07, 2016

The French capital Paris announced on Wednesday license plate-based driving restrictions for a third day in a row and plans bans on old cars as the City of Light experienced the worst air pollution in a decade. On Tuesday and Wednesday, Paris banned cars from circulation based on whether their license plates ended with odd or even numbers. It will now ban half of all traffic again on Thursday. Other French cities such as Lyon are also planning bans as clouds of pollution hang over many...... (read more)

23. Ban Ki-moon Reflects on Decade at UN Helm
December 06, 2016

At the end of December, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will leave office after a decade at the helm of the world body. He sat down with VOA U.N. correspondent Margaret Besheer to reflect on his time as the world’s top diplomat.... (read more)

24. Indonesia Pledges to Protect Peatlands to Fight Climate Change, Haze
December 06, 2016

Environmental activists hailed on Tuesday Indonesia's ban on converting peatlands into plantations but said enforcement was critical to reducing annual fires that shroud parts of Southeast Asia in choking haze. Indonesia announced on Monday that companies were banned from turning peatlands into palm oil and other types of plantations, and must restore peatlands they have degraded. Peat soils contain huge quantities of carbon in the form of organic matter, which accumulates over...... (read more)

25. Merkel Calls for Burqa Ban in Germany
December 06, 2016

German Chancellor Angela Merkel wants to ban the full-face veil worn mostly by Muslim women as a way to stop “any parallel societies developing” in Germany. Merkel had just been re-elected as chairwoman of her Christian Democrat Union (CDU) party at its annual conference Tuesday when she said the burqa should be forbidden “wherever legally possible,” which would include schools, courts and other public buildings. “In communication between people, which is of course essential to our...... (read more)

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