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  I booked a suitable course at the School of Oriental and African Studies but it was cancelled at the last minuteAfter attending an open day in mid-September I signed...
  Lou Stein became artistic director of Chickenshed in 2016. He was founding artistic director of the Gate Theatre in Notting Hill and
  Nutritics analyses food’s nutritional composition and devises meal plans, writes Trish Dromey.
  In recent years, the arts have received some renewed focus from governments and the political system.
  Business Today: The best news, analysis and comment from ‘The Irish Times’ business desk
  TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares pulled back on Monday, with investor sentiment hurt by a retreat on Wall Street and a slide in Chinese stocks, while the euro skidded...
  Brookfield Renewable bought Bord Gáis’s 700mw wind-farm portfolio in 2014 for $740m
  The Government is being told it could bolster workers' rights and take in more tax at the same time by supporting proposed new rules governing the so-called gig economy.
  We assess the importance of the human touch in overcoming risks organisations face in managing people: whether it be the gender pay gap, detecting rogue traders, crises afflicting top airlines, the UK...
  Resilience in business is rooted in paying heed to staff behaviour
  Playing the percentages must lead to definitive workplace change
  Risk officers need to stay sharp to fight malpractice
  The parlous state of Scotland’s struggling buses is laid bare in a new report today that reveals they are even losing passengers to bikes.
  Lindsays has flexed its muscles as one of Scotland’s biggest mid-tier legal firms by agreeing a tie-up with Edinburgh-based practice Aitken Nairn.
  The look and feel of festive windows is about much more than commerce
  FOR those of a certain footballing persuasion, Paul Fiddaman had the perfect career.
  The world’s oldest leader defies calls to step down as Zimbabwe’s president
  No minister is saying that in return for something in talks, the UK must give something
  THE FOUNDER of a Glasgow recruitment consultancy has handed day-to-day management of the firm to a newly hired managing director at the same time as launching a fresh...
  Range of machines has grown as they learn how to carry out tasks from human masters
  The search for Scotland’s leading entrepreneurs will reach a conclusion when the winners of the Entrepreneur of the Year awards are announced at a dinner at the SWG3...
  AS Budget day nears a business with big growth ambitions urges the Chancellor to support SMEs in their efforts to boost the country’s productivity.
  SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil markets were tepid on Monday as traders were reluctant to take on big new positions ahead of an OPEC meeting at the end of the month, when the producer...
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