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Tickets to be required for nightclub entry, new guidelines say
All nightclub events must be ticketed from next week, according to new Government guidelines published on Friday.
Labor Shortages: Where Do We Go From Here?
One of the major issues restaurants face in the COVID era is a serious labor shortage. Simply put, restaurants are having persistent trouble finding employees.
As Bay Area's single-family neighborhoods evolve, what comes next?
Inside the Veev factory in Union City, rolls of recycled steel and stacks of white composite material are slowly turned into a most basic building block - walls.
Illegal, untested CBD products are everywhere and could be putting you at risk | CBC News
The claim from the sales person to the undercover Marketplace crew seemed straightforward enough: a CBD-infused balm will "100 per cent" help with back pain and "in 15 minutes it will feel like relief."
UK net-zero strategy "totally lacking in ambition" say architects
The UK's strategy for achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 "does not go far enough" and ignores embodied carbon according to the RIBA and other industry groups.
Spanish Banks Interested in Offering Crypto Assets to Their Customers - Bitcoin News
Spanish Banks Jump to Comply With Crypto Laws
Future of college will involve fewer professors
At a large private university in Northern California, a business professor uses an avatar to lecture on a virtual stage.
U.S. Ban on Sales of Cyberattack Tools Is Anemic, Experts Warn
Meanwhile, Zerodium's quest to buy VPN exploits is problematic, researchers said.
Canada settles on one standard 'vaccine passport' for travel.
Canada is rolling out a national standard for vaccination credentials that will be required for domestic and international travel, unifying the country's patchwork of proof-of-immunization programs, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday.