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Lithium explorer Red Dirt Metals in $50m share placement

Lithium explorer Red Dirt Metals in $50m share placement

Western Australia lithium explorer Red Dirt Metals put a $50 million institutional placement on investors on Wednesday morning to fund work at its Mt Ida and Yinnetharra projects.
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Solving our energy and inflation crises needs broad thinking

Solving our energy and inflation crises needs broad thinking

Solving our energy and inflation crises needs broad thinking  The Australian Financial Review
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Sexual crimes and domestic abuse top policing priorities for public, garda survey finds

Sexual crimes and domestic abuse top policing priorities for public, garda survey finds

91% of those surveyed said they had trust in An Garda Síochána…
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Drugs, corruption and fraud account for bulk of Hawks arrests in second quarter

Drugs, corruption and fraud account for bulk of Hawks arrests in second quarter

Hawks head Godfrey Lebeya also announced new appointments to boost the directorate’s capacity, including Lieutenant General Siphesihle Nkosi, who becomes its deputy head
The post Drugs, corruption and fraud account for bulk of Hawks arrests in second quarter appeared first on The Mail & Guardian…
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AGE OF ACCOUNTABILITY : Convictions for fraud, corruption and abalone poaching — Hawks chief lists crime-busters’ recent successes

AGE OF ACCOUNTABILITY : Convictions for fraud, corruption and abalone poaching — Hawks chief lists crime-busters’ recent successes

The Hawks arrested 827 suspects who appeared before courts nationwide during the second quarter of the 2022/2023 financial year, says Lieutenant-General Godfrey Lebeya…
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UK university reports loot boxes cause “financial and emotional harm” to children

UK university reports loot boxes cause “financial and emotional harm” to children

A three-year study into the impact of video game loot boxes on young people has concluded that such mechanics cause “financial and emotional harm” to teenagers and children.

The report, published by Newcastle and Loughborough Universities, tracked the gaming habits of 42 families with children aged between five and 17…
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The Midterms Showed Democrats Don’t Need to Pander on Crime

The Midterms Showed Democrats Don’t Need to Pander on Crime

Katrina vanden Heuvel

The Democratic Party shouldn’t panic over the issue.
The post The Midterms Showed Democrats Don’t Need to Pander on Crime appeared first on The Nation…
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Florida Settles Another Case Wound Up In DeSantis’s Political Voter Fraud Stunt

Florida Settles Another Case Wound Up In DeSantis’s Political Voter Fraud Stunt

Yet another case involving a Floridian caught up in Florida Gov. Ron Desantis’s voter fraud task force stunt has been…
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A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to financial analytics for planning

A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to financial analytics for planning

A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to financial analytics for planning
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Digital Transformation Week Amsterdam: HSBC discusses low-code in financial services

Digital Transformation Week Amsterdam: HSBC discusses low-code in financial services

Digital Transformation Week Amsterdam: HSBC discusses low-code in financial services
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