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NFL Power Rankings, Week 11: Packers and Chiefs o...
While the Patriots continue to plow through the league, Green Bay's rout of Philly and another strong performance by Kansas City have those two teams advancing up the board. Here are the rankings...
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The Brown and White
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Police car crashes into Brunswick East coffee war...
A POLICE car crashed into a coffee warehouse in an ill-fated bid to stop a cyclist. And unfortunately for the officers involved, the embarrassing bingle has been caught on camera. Dramatic CCTV...
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After 44 years, it is time that The Sun’s Page 3 ...
This morning, in protests around Britain to mark the anniversary, the growing “No More Page 3” campaign will seek to persuade the public that pictures of naked and semi-naked women should not be a...
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'Birds' fly in again
Maybe self-referential pop culture-style humour was all the go in 1989. Who can remember? Whether it was all the go in British sitcom Birds of a Feather is another matter. Birds of a Feather is the...
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Tony Romo Declared Active For Today's Game In Lon...
As we’ve established previously, Jerry Jones seems to be playing fast and loose with Tony Romo’s health — as if he has Romo on his fantasy team and nothing else. And now we learn that Romo has been...
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Farewell Teddington, birthplace of comedy
Farewell Teddington, birthplace of comedy AS THE famous studios prepare for demolition, Louis Barfe remembers the stars of Britain's Golden Age who made magic happen for generations of television...
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Stubborn swan delays flights in London
theme song. Departures at Heathrow Airport in London were delayed on Monday after a young swan made its way to runway 27L, disrupting planes from taking off for nearly 20...
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“Why Don’t You Play in Hell?”: A delirious, hilar...
If you’ve never heard of the Japanese filmmaker Sion Sono, you’re not alone. He’s not even especially famous in Japan, except among the kind of geeked-out movie buffs at the heart of his new...
Read more at Salon.com
Chiefs give up a home game in 2015 to “host” Lion...
The final London game of the 2014 season will be played between the Cowboys and Jaguars, which means that it is time for the league to start banging the drum for next year’s slate of games in the...
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Byron screens best of the Brits in British Film F...
THE British Film Festival will run at Byron Bay from today to November 16, screening all 21 films in the national program. A highlight this year is Six from the Sixties, a selection of the best...
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NFL Week 10 Game Rankings: Dolphins vs. Lions is ...
One week after decimating the Chargers, the Dolphins face the Lions. (Getty Images) This looks like the week of the beat-down, at least on paper. And in this league we know how much that is...
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No More Page 3 doesn't belong in the pop charts
It’s dated, and sexist, and crude. A hangover from the 1970s, it’s a reminder of an age when
pinched milkmaid’s bums and women weren’t allowed to have credit cards. In 2014, it’s...
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Mansfield woman speaks out after threatened oral ...
A woman who was confronted by a man who indecently exposed himself and threatened to orally rape her has spoken about the terrifying ordeal and is urging others to come forward and report similar...
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From fund-raiser to farce
Published at 01:00, Friday, 28 July 2006 TWO thousand plastic ducks, the sea cadets, Marra the dolphin and the police were all involved as a Maryport duck race went from fund-raiser to farce last...
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Never closed, never CLOTHED: How the Windmill sai...
Skimpy see-through outfits in place, suspender belts tightened, the girls waited in the wings and the audience went under starter’s orders for the notorious Windmill steeplechase. Once a front-row...
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Kathy Lette: 40 years on and sexism still rules D...
FEMALES who grew up in the Aussie surfie culture of the ’70s were runners up in the human race. Then, beach boys disproved the theory of evolution — they were devolving into apes. We “surfie chicks”...
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Birmingham's Indian Elvis lands gig in Bethlehem
HE is Birmingham's very own Indian Elvis who is now set to become a star of Bethlehem. Because Billy Nashad, 50, has been booked to sing at three special Christmas gigs in the holy town this...
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Parliamentary sketch: Capital capers all come dow...
When three men dressed as a biker, a niqab-wearing woman and a Ku Klux Klan member turned up at Parliament House on Monday, it looked like the set-up of a joke your casually racist great-uncle would...
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Northern Daily Leader
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Ku Klux Klan
Matthew: Barzun: We could use some Alistair Cooke...
In the 1970s, when America was rolling over Vietnam and Watergate, and the Cold War still loomed over people’s daily lives, Cooke represented an ideal that Americans needed. His persona alone seemed...
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Sorting the Sunday Pile: Big Ben and Steelers O b...
The Steelers scored 21 points in 90 seconds last Monday night, flashing the second half potential of their offense. Talk about a springboard: Pittsburgh threw a 50 burger up on Indy's emerging defense...
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