British farmer uses tractor to remove car blocking his driveway

A British farmer is taking extreme measures to remove a car blocking his driveway.

10/6/2021 6:30:00 AM

A British farmer is taking extreme measures to remove a car blocking his driveway.

KUALA LUMPUR, June 9 — An English farmer at Barnard Castle, Co Durham took the extreme measure to remove a car blocking his way — by using his tractor. The Sun reported that the car was one of a...

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NDP to proceed but Mindef to review scale and safe management measures: Lawrence Wong

SINGAPORE — Even as Singapore moves back to Phase 2 (heightened alert) to curb a rise in community Covid-19 cases, the National Day Parade (NDP) will continue as planned with authorities reviewing how it will be conducted with safe management practices in place.

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Over 3,200 online sale listings of illegal health products removed by HSAThe Health Sciences Authority (HSA) on Tuesday (8 June) said it had removed over 3,200 listings of illegal health products sold on local e-commerce platforms from January to May.

More than 3,200 illegal online listings of health products removed from January to May: HSA

Most food spending supports processing, not farmers: studyFarmers worldwide receive barely a quarter of what consumers spend at the grocery store, and even less for food consumed outside the home, researchers reported Monday.

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