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It's time for grandparents to remember when they had to recite their "times tables" at infants' school. And guess what, while those around you have lost their brains and reach for calculators for the simplest tasks, you are still able to do multiplication in your head, mostly by just remembering that one number times another equals a third.

Use these tables to help your grand-kids, because all too often modern schooling methods don't.

On this page, times three. Click the "Times tables" link at the bottom of the page for other tables

The conviction of a man for destroying mobile phones containing evidence in a bribery case raises issues that go far beyond the immediately obvious.

For details of the case, see Jail for destroying mobile phones containing evidence (Subscription)

For the reasons that comms devices must now be a Board issue, read on..

Nigel Morris-Co...
Case Summary: 

54 year old Richard Kingston was convicted of destroying evidence in a case investigated by the UK's Serious Fraud Office. Kingston was under investigation in connection with offences relating to suspected bribery.

Computer crime
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Editorial Staff

It's time for grandparents to remember when they had to recite their "times tables" at infants' school. And guess what, while those around you have lost their brains and reach for calculators for the simplest tasks, you are still able to do multiplication in your head, mostly by just remembering that one number times another equals a third.

Use these tables to help your grand-kids, because all too often modern schooling methods don't.

On this page, times two. Click the "Times tables" link at the bottom of the page for other tables

A notice from the central bank of the Philippines (Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, "BSP") has told operators of pawnshops that the must get their house in order with amendments to the relevant regulations.

Manor Racing, which is already in its third iteration (Virgin, Marussia, Manor) in five years, is unlikely to start the 2017 season unless some serious investment or a buyer of its engineering arm can be found very quickly.

Bryan Edwards
Editorial Staff

It's time for grandparents to remember when they had to recite their "times tables" at infants' school. And guess what, while those around you have lost their brains and reach for calculators for the simplest tasks, you are still able to do multiplication in your head, mostly by just remembering that one number times another equals a third.

Use these tables to help your grand-kids, because all too often modern schooling methods don't.

On this page, times zero. Click on the"Times Tables" link at the bottom of the page for other pages.

Editorial Staff

It's time for grandparents to remember when they had to recite their "times tables" at infants' school. And guess what, while those around you have lost their brains and reach for calculators for the simplest tasks, you are still able to do multiplication in your head, mostly by just remembering that one number times another equals a third.

Use these tables to help your grand-kids, because all too often modern schooling methods don't.

On this page, times zero. Click on the"Times Tables" link at the bottom of the page for other pages.

The past year has proved that Australians are still witty, fun-loving and mostly unreconstructed and we absolutely love them for it. Please don't let the politically correct bollocks that is threatening to change everything gain traction. Here are some of our favourite stories.

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What does Donald Trump have against Mexico? It's rapidly turning (in places) into a lawless state where violence associated with the drugs trade is driving more and more refugees across the border into the USA. So he wants to build a wall (or so he has said). But it's the economic policies that he's openly planning that will turn Mexico into a failed state with the risk of internal conflict emulating civil war. If he's not careful, he's going to end up with a Syrian style exodus just across the Rio Grande.

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42 year old Jens Fred Sturzenegger was manager of the Singapore branch of Falcon Private Bank, closed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore last year. It is alleged that he had direct involvement of the movement of more than USD1,200 million of money related to the 1 Malaysia Development Board (1MDB) accounts connected to Malaysian Prime Minister Najib.

No one can accuse the South Koreans of rushing into things: the Financial Services Commission has just approved the country's first internet-only bank to commence operations. It's the first bank (of any kind) to launch for 24 years.

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