Peter Andren, Australian MP dies aged 61

Sunday, November 4, 2007 Australian federal member of Calare, Peter Andren died on Saturday after a short battle with pancreatic cancer. He was aged 61. Mr Andren who had held the seat since being elected in 1996 had previously announced his intention to run for the senate after his electorate was changed for the 2007 […]

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Compliance With The Gc Sx Code Of Connection (Gc Sx Co Co) What An It Professional Needs To Know

Find Out More About: Automatic Gate Faac Compliance with the GCSx Code of Connection (GCSx CoCo) – What an IT Professional needs to know by Mark Kedgley The UK Government’s initiative to prescribe a security standard to any organization accessing the Government Connect Secure Extranet is a move designed to keep government organisations one step […]

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Judge to decide on Nigerian election re-run

Tuesday, February 26, 2008 A result is expected today on the possibility of an election re-run in Nigeria. Opposition parties claim that current President Umaru Yar’Adua’s People’s Democratic Party (PDP) fixed the results of the 2007 election in his favour and are calling to have the result annulled. So far, the tribunal has rejected one […]

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Stem cell bills passed by US House and Senate

Wednesday, July 19, 2006 The Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2005 (HR810), approved by the US House of Representatives in 2005, gained a 63-37 approval in the Senate on July 17th, 2006, and will now be presented for presidential approval or veto. Bill HR810 passed by the Senate as SB471, overrides the 2001 executive […]

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