Pre-Historic Marine Beast Found in Scotland

A motorboat-sized beast that was at the top of its food chain 170 million years ago is Scotland’s first known native marine reptile.


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Robbers Caught Trying to Steal Ancient Artefacts in Israel

A gang of robbers accused of trying to steal the Dead Sea Scrolls from a cave in the Judean Desert was indicted in Israel. 


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Italian Man Awakens from a 2 Year Dwell

A man in Italy who was in what doctors call a "minimally conscious state" for nearly two years unexpectedly regained full consciousness.


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New Invention of “Shoe Sized” Generator to Power Small Devices

It seems pretty clear now that us as humans have started using and will be using computable devices for a long time to come. 


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Property market strengthening
The property market appears to be strengthening after a “lull” in the residential sector in the first half of 2014, FNB said.
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Transnet berth project approved
Environmental approval has been granted for Transnet’s plans to enlarge berths at Pier 2 at the Durban container terminal.
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Lewis shares jump to all-time high
Furniture company Lewis' revenue grew 4 percent in the nine months to December on strong sales.
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Britsh GDP on a high
Britain's economy grew in 2014 at the fastest annual pace since before the global financial crisis.
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Stormers may recruit Turner on wing
The Stormers may call on England 7s player Mat Turner to solve their lack of depth at wing for the Super Rugby season.
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Atletico hosts Barcelona in titanic clash
Atletico Madrid and Barcelona have Spanish football all to themselves for the return leg of their Copa del Rey quarter-final.
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Afcon quarter-finals moved
Malabo - This weekend's African Nations Cup quarter-finals have been moved away from the small Equatorial Guinea towns of Ebebiyin and Mongomo due to concerns over the pitches.
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AB de Villiers - the living legend
For the first time in SA cricket history, a suite at a major ground will be named after a player who is still playing for the Proteas.
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De Lille slammed for team changes
Cape Town mayor reshuffles her top political team just days before the first full council meeting of the year
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‘Cop robbers’ behind bars
Three Roodepan police officers were arrested following a robbery of a tuck-shop owned by a foreign national.
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Six held for diamond mine robbery
Six people have been arrested following the theft of diamonds from a mine near Prieska, Northern Cape.
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DA welcomes ruling on health proclamation
DA welcomes ConCourt's decision to set aside a proclamation which effectively criminalised the provision of health services without a certain certificate
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