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Fact Checker: Would Grassley’s bill end Amazon Prime?

The Gazette Cedar Rapids 29 Nov 2021
(Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette) ... "His bill would ban Amazon from offering free shipping on select products through Amazon Prime,“ the group stated in another ad, which appeared on The Gazette’s website ... The second ad also claimed Grassley’s and Klobuchar’s legislation would ban Amazon from offering free shipping on products.
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Historically speaking: Norwich’s U.S. Navy Frigate, the U.S.S. Confederacy

The Bulletin 21 Nov 2021
The USS Confederacy was not the only ship built in Norwich’s history, but it may have been both the most beautiful ship and the vessel with the most interesting design and traumatic service during wartime ... The ship was named Confederacy to honor this key, new agreement of the 13 fledgling states ... Thankfully, a drawing of the ship from c.
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Major ports to board new port law from November 3

Business Line 31 Oct 2021
The Major Port Authorities Act was passed by Parliament in February and notified in the gazette on February 18, but was waiting for the ministry of ports, shipping and waterways to frame the rules for implementation. The rules have now been finalised and the new law will take effect from November 3, government officials said ... For better governance.
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SL urges India to export nano urea after detecting contamination in Chinese fertilizer

Beijing News 30 Oct 2021
According to a news piece published in Colombo Gazette, the organic fertilizer samples were sent by Qingdao Seawin Biotech Group Co., Ltd., China, in August 2021, Upon being termed 'contaminated' by Colombo, China hit back calling the decision of the SL Agriculture Department "hasty".
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MSC Cruises to resume sailing in SA from December 6

Independent online (SA) 20 Oct 2021
MSC Cruises will resume its South African sailings on December 6 following approvals in the most recent SA Government Gazette. MSC Orchestra, a popular ship for South African holidaymakers, will homeport in Durban and Cape Town for the local 2021/22 season and offer 2-, 3-, 4- and 7-night voyages until May 11 next year.
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Russian submarines arrive at the Colombo port

MENA FN 18 Oct 2021
(MENAFN - Colombo Gazette) Two Russian submarines are among Russian war ships which arrived at the Colombo Port today. The Sri Lanka Navy said that two submarines, B – 603 and B – 274, ... .
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Taunton Then and Now: Take a tour through time in the city

Taunton Daily Gazette 10 Oct 2021
According to a 2019 Taunton Daily Gazette article, the Weir was also a hub for coal shipping, serving as a delivery point for barges “bulging with Pennsylvania coal,” ready to be distributed throughout New England ... According to a 2012 Taunton Daily Gazette story, Mason’s house was built between 1846-49.
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Opinion/Conley: Statues may topple, but Columbus' name endures

The Providence Journal 10 Oct 2021
... protesters and defacers can never erase Columbus, regardless of how many statues they topple and gazetteers they burn.  They operate under the idiotic delusion that had the three ships commanded by Columbus in 1492 sank in an ocean storm, the world would be a better place.
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Books shortage could hurt holiday sales

The Gazette Cedar Rapids 08 Oct 2021
Carithers, like many small business owners, worries books will be difficult to order this winter because of shipping delays and a low paper supply ... Miller/The Gazette) ... Small business owners are bracing for a more challenging holiday season due to a lag in the supply of paper and goods shipped in paper products ... Miller/The Gazette).
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World's biggest container ship Ever Ace in Colombo

MENA FN 06 Oct 2021
(MENAFN - Colombo Gazette) By Indika Sri Aravinda The world's biggest container ship, the Ever Ace, arrived at the Colombo Port today. Evergreen's Ever Ace is the first in the line's ... .
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The Spoils of War by Andrew Cockburn – How money makes the wars go round

The Irish Times 25 Sep 2021
... Gazette, writing splenetic letters to the papers about rival gunnery control systems and anti-torpedo tactics. .
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Testing of equipment underway at Tuas Port, first phase to open as planned in end-2021

Straits Times 12 Sep 2021
SINGAPORE - The first two berths for vessels to dock at in Tuas Port are set to open as planned by the end of this year, a development that experts say would boost Singapore's status as a shipping hub ... Longer quay lengths allow for ports to take in larger container ships.
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Mega Tuas Port's first two berths set to open soon

Straits Times 12 Sep 2021
Work on Tuas Port is progressing rapidly with the first two berths for vessels set to open by year end, a development that experts say would boost Singapore's status as a shipping hub ... Longer quay lengths allow for ports to take in larger container ships.
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9/11 20 years later — Gazette staffers recall covering that awful day

The Daily Gazette 11 Sep 2021
The Gazette's front page and local section from Sept ... Sometimes, old papers are crumpled to insulate attic walls, provide cushioning for shipped goods or start flames in residence fireplaces. For many people, the Daily Gazette edition of Sept ... Part of the Daily Gazette’s observance of the 9/11 anniversary includes this look back at the Sept.
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