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October 19, 2010
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By: Craig Hoyle London. Source:   http://www.flightglobal.com AgustaWestland’s second AW159 utility helicopter has made its flight debut in support of the British Army/UK Royal Navy Lynx Wildcat programme. The aircraft – dubbed TI2 – underwent general handling checks on its debut, and “performed as expected”, the company says. © AgustaWestland Achieved at its Yeovil site in Somerset

October 7, 2010
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Tightening the rules governing strike action could trigger an increase in wildcat walkouts, according to Peter Harwood, Acas’ chief conciliator. By Louisa Peacock, Jobs Editor http://www.telegraph.co.uk Mr Harwood, an experienced negotiator who has worked at the mediation service for 23 years, has waded into the debate over strike law by claiming that making it more

August 26, 2010
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Wild Cat Energy Drink now available for distribution in Uganda (East Africa). All distributors, wholesalers, retailers please contact head office in Kampala, Uganda. For further details email via info@wildcatenergydrinks.com We are driven by a desire to ensure customers purchase our product in preference to other energy drinks on the market, primarily focusing on keeping our

August 18, 2010
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WildCat Production Launch Wild Cat Energy Drink product launch in Leicester United Kingdom. Starts its first delivery into Warsaw Retail Sector. Starts its first testing in Nigeria (West Africa) starts its first testing in the United States of America. Starts its first distribution in Athens, Greece Europe. WildCat Production Launch Wild Cat Energy Drink Ltd

July 30, 2010
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Cheetah and African wild dog ‘exterminated’ in northern Cameroon By WildCat Energy Drink 29/07/2010 21:22:32 Carnivores in crisis in North Cameroon – Cheetah population crash July 2010: Cheetahs and African wild dogs have all but disappeared from North Cameroon. Other large carnivores are also suffering – with lions, leopards and both striped and spotted hyenas

July 28, 2010
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‘Pakistani children pump water from a well in the capital, Islamabad – 21 June 2010 Many people around the world have little or no access to clean drinking water Continue reading the main story. The UN has declared that access to clean water and sanitation is a fundamental human right. About 1.5m children under five

July 17, 2010
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28/07/2010 16:40:24Lion numbers have plummeted. Copyright Wildlife Extra New report shows sharp declines in populations of wild cats and dogs Copyright Wild Life Extra July 2010. The Fading Call of the Wild, a report released by the world’s leading wildlife conservation organizations, details the increasing threats and plunging populations of big cats and rare canids

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