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FreedomPop brings its offering of free mobile internet to Europe

From today, the mobile network provider FreedomPop is extending its completely free internet and phone access into Europe on a pilot program, initially in Belgium only.
In the Media by James Walker

Long John Silver's plans to give it away on Saturday

Louisville - Free food! The venerable Long John Silver's seafood restaurant chain will offer a free menu item on Saturday to celebrate its 45 years in business.
In the Media by Nathan Salant

France's Bouygues in talks to sell mobile network

Paris - French conglomerate Bouygues Telecom is ready to sell its cell phone antennas and frequencies to competitor Free to smooth its bid to take over Vivendi's SFR, its chief executive said Sunday.Bouygues Telecom is hoping to create a new French telecoms po...
In the Media by AFP

France's Bouygues in talks to sell mobile network

Paris - French conglomerate Bouygues Telecom is ready to sell its cell phone antennas and frequencies to competitor Free to smooth its bid to take over Vivendi's SFR, its chief executive said Sunday.Bouygues Telecom is hoping to create a new French telecoms po...
In the Media by AFP

Survey: No free Wi-Fi biggest hotel guest complaint

One of the biggest complaints that hotel guests have is the lack of free Wi-Fi in their rooms. Guests believe that all hotels should offer free Internet connection and think it is more important that many other hotel amenities.
In the Media by Mark Harradine

The Future of Nutrition Conference, Jan 27 — Free online event

The Future of Nutrition Online Conference will feature compelling new insights and diverse approaches to what the future holds when it comes to nutrition and personal transformation.
In the Media by Jeannie Stokowski-Bisanti

Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg to offer free coding lesson

Code.org has a new campaign called 'Hour of Code" and they have enlisted some of the tech world's most well-known figures to help students understand computer programming.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 3 comments

Apple celebrates fifth anniversary of the AppStore with free apps

The Apple App Store is now five years old and what could be a better way to celebrate than to make popular applications free for a limited time?
In the Media by Milton Este - 1 comment

Mothers can eat free at Hooters on Mother's Day

This Mother's Day, Hooters will be running a promotion to get moms to come in. The restaurant chain will be offering mothers a free meal on Mother's Day.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 11 comments

Planned Parenthood of Indiana offering free STD testing

The Planned Parenthood of Indiana is holding their annual Get Yourself Tested campaign for on April 12. April is National STD Awareness Month.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 2 comments

Attorney offering free divorce for Valentine's Day

Walter H. Bentley III is an attorney from Michigan and he will be offering a client a Valentine's Day special: a divorce that will cost nothing.
In the Media by Owen Weldon

Greek farmers give away 55 tons of free fruit & vegetables

Athens - On Wednesday farmers in Greece, while protesting high production costs, gave away tons of free fruit and vegetables to needy Greek people outside the Agriculture Ministry in Athens.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 8 comments

Christmas giveaway on iTunes, starting December 26

Apple's iTunes is giving away a range of free content for the fourth year running over the 12-days of the Christmas period.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 7 comments

Mexico frees former US Marine

A Marine veteran who has been in a jail in Mexico for months has been freed, according to U.S. officials and his lawyers.
In the Media by Owen Weldon

Op-Ed: United Nations, Obama, Romney — Stop ignoring Bradley Manning

One of the scariest and most important legal cases in US history has been brewing for well over a year and yet it is one issue that the two major presidential candidates refuse to address. They should, however, as the US may be violating a UN law.
In the Media by Emma Burge - 7 comments

Get a free garlic pizza at the Dove & Olive pub in Sydney Special

Sydney - Digital Journal’s resident Sydney myth buster has busted the myth that there is no such thing as a free lunch. There is and it can be found at the Dove & Olive Hotel (pub/bar), 156 Devonshire Street, Surry Hills.
Digital Journal Report by Richard Milnes - 2 comments

Op-Ed: UK's 'Daily Mail' world's favorite free news

The Daily Mail is on its way to being the most viewed news in the world, threatening the existence of tabloid magazines and regular news.
In the Media by Mindy Allan - 2 comments

NY Post: Hulu Axing Free Streaming

Hulu could axe the free streaming service that made them such a popular online destination in a move to appease cable companies.
In the Media by Tylor Sweeney - 5 comments

Freedom for Tibet Protest in Martin Place, Sydney Special

Sydney - On Wednesday 8 February 2012, over one hundred protesters took part in a sit down protest at Martin Place, Sydney, to highlight the recent killing of Tibetans and demand freedom for Tibet.
Digital Journal Report by Richard Milnes

Kentucky offers to give away bridge

Members of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet are offering to give away a bridge that is obsolete, but has historic value. They are even offering to dismantle and deliver the bridge to its new location free of charge.
In the Media by Kevin Fitzgerald

NYPD free most of the 700 Wall Street protesters arrested

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In the Media by Nancy Houser - 24 comments

Op-Ed: South Sudan finally free but rosy future is not guaranteed

Juba - The peace agreement ending the near 40-year-long civil war in Sudan has culminated in a successful referendum and independence for South Sudan as Africa’s fifty-fourth country, but the undeveloped new nation faces huge challenges.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo

National Donut Day, June 3: Enjoy a free donut at two chains

The first Friday in June is National Donut Day. This year you can get your free donut on June 3 by visiting either of the two different chains that honor that day.
In the Media by Cynthia Trowbridge - 8 comments

Supermarket offers free space for doctors to see patients

It will soon be possible for people to combine shopping and seeing a doctor in many Sainsbury’s stores. The UK supermarket is offering free space for GPs to set up in 204 stores.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 2 comments

Wal-Mart offers free shipping on its website; Amazon.com matches

'Save money, live better' rings true during the holiday season as Wal-Mart plans on offering free shipping for online purchases.
In the Media by Matt Harding - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Chilean Miners Are Free at Last

Who would have thought that after 69 days underground, 33 Chilean miners would still be alive. It is one of the most incredible events the world has witnessed.
In the Media by Oscar Brooks - 1 comment

South Africa loses 'free' media status

Johannesburg - South Africa is no longer counted among the “free” countries on an index rating press freedom, due to recent developments in the government’s attitude towards the independent press. Freedom House is a US-based NGO whose findings are widely read.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo - 4 comments

Facebook will not charge users, spokesman says

One of the biggest rumors that has been circulating about Facebook is that they wish to charge users between 1.99 to 14.99 for using the social networking website. Facebook now finally goes on the defense about this rumor.
In the Media by Stephanie Medeiros - 3 comments

Starbucks lovers, rejoice! Free Wi-Fi coming in July

Seattle-based coffee company Starbucks has built up quite a name, but never jumped on the free Wi-Fi bandwagon while other places such as smaller coffee chains, Panera and even McDonald's provided such a service. Until July 1st.
In the Media by Stephanie Medeiros - 6 comments

Cops stake out rooftops at Dunkin Donuts for Special Olympics

Normal - Illinois police officers were staking out Dunkin' Donuts this weekend to raise money for Special Olympics. They started before daylight and with ladders in hand the cops climbed on the rooftops at the popular donut chain across the state.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman - 1 comment
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Legends Of Oz: Dorothy's Return in United States theaters on May 9
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Oil exploration in Peru's Amazon has generated wide-scale indigenous protests. ©D. Dudenhoefer
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Martin Place, Sydney, view looking down towards the back of the candle lit Tibetan vigil.
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Tibet protest, Martin Place, Sydney, Australia
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Workers from Toronto area lawn services offered free services to put park back into condition
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FAST FOOD: A serving of fish and chips -- larger than what the chain is offering customers for free on Saturday, is shown at a Long John Silver's restarant in 2006.
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