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Lawsuit by Environmental and Community Organizations Seek Stricter Rules by EPA for Handing and Disposal of Fracking Waste

Lawsuit by Environmental and Community Organizations Seek Stricter Rules by EPA

A law suit was filed on Wednesday by several environmental and community organizations to put pressure on the Environmental Protection Agency to make stricter rules regarding management and disposal of drilling and hydraulic fracking waste.

European Central Bank will Phase Out €500 Note by 2018

European Central Bank will Phase Out €500 Note by 2018

Bigger the note better it is for money launderers and other criminals and keeping that in mind the European Central Bank decided to phase out 500-euro notes. On Wednesday, the European Central Bank announced that it will discontinue with _500 note which is worth roughly $575.

New Zealand to cut daily flights from Whanganui

New Zealand to cut daily flights from WhanganuiAir New Zealand has announced its plans to slash a daily flight between Whanganui and Auckland from March next year.

World dairy prices drop 1.4%, data

World dairy prices drop 1.4%, dataAccording to the latest data available, the GlobalDairyTrade price index recorded a decline of 1.4 per cent during the previous night's auction, adding pressure on one of the key industries in New Zealand.

McDonald’s Testing ‘Gilroy Garlic Fries’ in a Small Test Market in the U.S

McDonald’s Testing ‘Gilroy Garlic Fries’ in a Small Test Market in the U.SMcDonald's has tried many new ways to gain back its customers. This time its Gilroy garlic fries.

Australian Stork Market Face a Set Back with Low Commodity Prices and Subdued Global Growth Outlook

Australian Stork Market Face a Set Back with Low Commodity PricesConcerns regarding the health of global economic growth and low commodity prices are reason behind the set back in the Australian stock market. On Wednesday, it opened significantly lower after an unenthusiastic guidance from Wall Street.

The S&P ASX 200 index opened 1.1 percent down at 5,298.1 points. The benchmark lost 60.60 points or 1.13 percent in the late-morning trading.

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