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Brits worried about cost of Christmas, but merrier than last year

Christmas Season Brits worried about cost of Christmas, but merrier than last year

CHESTER, England - With Christmas just ten weeks away, a poll conducted by MoneySupermarket.com has found one in two consumers (53 per cent) are already worried about how they will fund the cost ...

UN requests over $4 billion in humanitarian aid

United Nations UN requests over $4 billion in humanitarian aid

Relief agencies require another $4.3 billion to assist millions of needy people around the world during the second half of this year, the United Nations humanitarian chief said today, adding that ...

White: We ought to take a machete to Texas tourism dollars

Candidate says Texas can not afford tourism ads White: We ought to take a machete to Texas tourism dollars

AUSTIN — Gubernatorial candidate Bill White has found at least one multimillion dollar program Texas can do without: commercials and advertisements promoting Texas.

Arizona finding that bad PR is even bigger problem than illegal immigration

Much damage to Arizona's image is self-inflicted Arizona finding that bad PR is even bigger problem than illegal immigration

Michael Sheridan

Arizona is finding it's got another problem even bigger than illegal immigration.

Bad public relations.

Florida tourism to governor: BP or no BP, the money is needed now

Florida Tourism Requests Funds For Damage Control Florida tourism to governor: BP or no BP, the money is needed now

Alex Tiegen

Florida tourism industry says it needs more than $34.7 million from the state right now to prove Florida beaches are unsullied by the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Uganda minister of tourism to face prosecution

Suspected Of Diverting Funds Uganda minister of tourism to face prosecution

Wolfgang H. Thome, eTN

The Inspector General of the government of Uganda (IGG) has confirmed that they will begin to prepare indictments towards some individuals suspected of diverting funds in the run up to the ...

African Union summit coming to Kampala

Or Is It? African Union summit coming to Kampala

Wolfgang H. Thome, eTN

The scheduled summit of the African Union is due to take place in June this year in Kampala, but has now been cast in doubt over allegations that the country is not paid up, mainly due to sections ...

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