Whiskey makers are making a play for climate-conscious drinkers
As the climate crisis accelerates fueling powerful storms more consumers are focused on making purchases that are environmentally sensitive.
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A century’s worth of incredible wealth went through the Cartier empire
By the time the final chunk of the Cartier jewellery empire was sold off in the 1970s, its founding family was almost entirely dispersed.
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China spends $29bn on pampering pets as birthrate slows
Leia is a German miniature pinscher and one of millions of pets in China whose every whim are indulged by their owners.
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Survey: Western, Chinese consumers divided on electric, self-driving cars
Automakers plowing money into the development of electric, self-driving car services will find more enthusiastic consumers in China than in Europe.
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Kaizer Chiefs come from behind to win eight-goal thriller
Samir Nurkovic scores three times as Kaizer Chiefs come from behind to claim all three points from their game against Bloemfontein Celtic.
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Gladbach stun Bayern with last-gasp penalty
Borussia Moenchengladbach's Ramy Bensebaini scored twice, including a stoppage-time penalty, for a 2-1 comeback win against Bayern Munich.
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City title hopes in tatters after derby loss to United
Manchester City's Premier League title hopes are in tatters following their derby day defeat at home to Manchester United.
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Attacking trio lead PSG to win over Montpellier
Paris St Germain's formidable attacking trio sprung into life after the break to give the Ligue 1 leaders a comeback win against 10-man Montpellier.
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This is why Cricket SA president and the board have not resigned
Cricket SA president Chris Nenzani reveals why he and the nine remaining nine members of the board have not resigned in the wake of weeks of controversy that included an almost complete breakdown of CSA’s relationship with the players and the loss of a headline sponsor, Standard Bank.
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United States and Iran swap prisoners in rare act of cooperation
The United States and Iran swapped prisoners - a Chinese-American detained for three years on spying charges and an imprisoned Iranian - on Saturday in a rare act of cooperation between two longtime foes whose ties have worsened since President Donald Trump took office.
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Hong Kong police chief promises flexibility ahead of rally
Hong Kong's new police commissioner said on Saturday his force would take a flexible approach to pro-democracy demonstrations as the city gears up for a rally on Sunday that is expected to draw a huge crowd.
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SPCA's holiday plea for pet owners on vacation
Families do not put proper plans in place to care for pets while away on holiday, and the ever-increasing cost of living add to their financial strain, with pets being put out on the street, deemed too expensive to keep.
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