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Lyndon Dykes taps in to give Scotland narrow win over Moldova

Scotland will face Austria on Tuesday with hope and belief renewed. A slender yet thoroughly deserved and essential victory over Moldova ensured World Cup qualification remains in sight for Steve

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Nigel Slater’s recipe for courgettes with tahini

Even the largest of late-summer courgettes can make good eating when floured, seasoned and fried until crisp. Put 4 tbsp of light tahini in a mixing bowl. Peel and crush

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Soros says BlackRock’s China investments likely to lose money

Billionaire investor George Soros said BlackRock Inc (BLK.N) investing billions of dollars into China now is a “mistake” and will likely lose money for the asset manager’s clients, according to

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Faze Clan’s latest feature dips into the DC universe

Ahead of DC’s FanDome event next month, the comics company celebrates Batman Day with a slew of superhero-themed items for fans. That includes a new ten-episode scripted podcast on HBO

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Mum baffled by neighbour after he demands that she stops ordering takeaways

The woman sought advice online after she was confronted by a new neighbour after moving into a new home, which had no working oven, meaning they’ve ordered a lot of

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Raducanu to face Barty conqueror after thrashing Sorribes Tormo at US Open

Over the past 12 days in New York, whenever Emma Raducanu has reflected on her startling run to the fourth round at Wimbledon earlier in the summer, she has spoken

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Superfood surprise! Ten delicious, unexpected ways with kale – from sausage stew to apple cake

Kale is an exhausting food – not because of how it tastes, but for its role in the never-ending culture war. It’s a symbol of wishy-washy, out-of-touch wellness culture, and

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Adecco buys France’s QAPA for initial consideration of 65 mln euros

Adecco Group (ADEN.S) is buying QAPA, France’s second-largest provider of digital workforce solutions, for an initial consideration of 65 million euros ($77.2 million), the Swiss staffing group said on Tuesday.

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Amazon’s game engine can be used to aid humanity in a zombie apocalypse

Amazon’s in-house game engine, Lumberyard, can’t normally be used for life-critical or safety-critical circumstances, as stated in the terms of service agreement for Amazon Web Services. Things like medical equipment,

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Top 40 memory-triggering sounds include birdsong, a waterfall and waves crashing

A study of 2,000 adults was commissioned by Specsavers and found only only 26 per cent have had their hearing checked by an audiologist despite despite it deteriorating with age

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