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Stories for March 2010

  • Monday, March 1st 2010 - 05:24 UTC

    If Mercosur is failing, “we are doing something wrong”, said Mujica

    President elect Mujica wants to see inmates busy building homes

    Uruguay’s president elect Jose Mujica who takes office Monday March first admitted that Mercosur is “failing” because “we are doing something wrong”, but was enthusiastic about Latinamerican integration and praised Argentina, a country where “Uruguayans are not foreigners”.

  • Monday, March 1st 2010 - 05:19 UTC

    “Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb” granted protected designation of origin

    Only twelve growers are left in the Rhubarb Triangle

    UK growers of a particular type of rhubarb have hailed the decision to award it special status as “fantastic news for British food”. Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb, which is only grown in the 'Rhubarb Triangle' between Bradford, Wakefield and Leeds, joins products likes champagne and Parma Ham in having its name legally protected.

  • Monday, March 1st 2010 - 01:39 UTC

    Argentina warns BHP Billiton about drilling in Falklands’ waters

    Argentina's ambassador to Australia says Melbourne based mining group BHP Billiton will face business sanctions if it pushes ahead with oil exploration in Falklands waters. BHP has a licence to explore off the Falkland Islands and is scheduled to start doing so in the next four months, reports Australian Broadcasting Corporation.