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Everyday, K9s Are Called Up To Protect And Secure Citizens

In the war against terrorism, dogs are informants! The need for well-trained dogs has increased substantially in the public sector as well. So has their efficiency. How? Meet Simon Wilby, inventor and founder of ?The Hear Now.? He is helping train police, military and detector dogs with a K9 police dog tracking system.

by Greg Miller (few years ago!)
Don't Hold Australia Back On Therapeutic Cloning, Says Minister

Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs Amanda Vanstone said today she strongly supported allowing therapeutic cloning because science offers great hope.

by John Bell (few years ago!)
2.23 Million Passengers Via Sharjah International Airport In Nine Months

Sharjah International Airport achieved a record growth over the past nine months of the current year in the number of passengers traveling from the airport, aircraft movements, cargo and shipping handling.

by Ruth/Shereen/Leila (few years ago!)
Australian Gold Rush For Top Buying Skills

Procurement is the fastest-growing business profession in Australia, but a skills shortage threatens the boom.

by John Bell (few years ago!)
Sharjah International Airport Participates At World Travel Market 2006

Sharjah, UAE: Sharjah International Airport (SIA) is one of the key participants representing the Emirate at the 2006 World Travel Market, a compelling business to business exhibition held annually in London that brings together worldwide players from the travel industry under one roof.

by Ruth/Shereen/Leila (few years ago!) Discusses Trade Schools, Vocational Schools And Other Types Of Post Secondary Education

Through trade schools and vocational schools, students of all ages create new lives and new careers.

by (few years ago!)
Human Rights Education Vs. War - Heroes & Activists Meet At U.N

Human Rights Education Vs. War - Heroes & Activists Meet At U.N ?Imagine how different this world would appear if member nations had implemented real human rights education from the late 1940s,? said Tim Bowles, Executive Director of Youth for Human Rights International, who opened the event in front of 500 attendees in Conference Room One at United Nations headquarters.

by John Carmichael (few years ago!)
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