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Share market posts strongest daily rise in more t...
... per cent to close at 5,190. The ASX-200 also rose 49 points to 5,211. It was the market's best session since December 2, but still less than half the gain for the S&P 500 in the US last...
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Obituary: Barton Turf clergyman the Rev Jonathan ...
Rev Jonathan Peel was most recently a priest at his home village of Barton Turf but was best known as chairman of the Broads Authority. His full life included being a military...
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Carlisle singer enjoys fun day out with youngster...
Disneyland Paris. The 19-year-old singer, from the Dalston Road area of the city, flew with his group Only The Young and a handful of other celebrities to the fairytale attraction to help spread...
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Holiday event set
... drive through the park to see all the decorated sites. Park visitors will choose the best-decorated site, and the winner will receive a weekend of free camping for up to four adults and...
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Hazlewood completes quartet of promise
... tour India. At the time, he had played only six first-class games for 17 wickets at 26.29. His best bowling was 3 for 94. But he had made his ODI debut in England earlier in the year and his...
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Gold drags JSE lower
... 0.81%. Banks traded positive for much of the day, but ended flat (-0.05%). Platinums were the best performers, gaining 1.51% with resources up 0.96%. Financials added 0.26%. Afrifocus...
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2014: The Year of Outrage
... of one, a media brand of yourself. Whichever, there are many hearts or stars or likes bestowed. There are LOLs. You are speaking, first, into the echo chamber of your friends. But not...
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Reponse to Poh Soo Kai’s Singapore merger allegat...
... opponents of the PAP government. A full reading of the declassified documents from the British National Archives shows clearly that Operation Coldstore was a security operation meant to...
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Andy Serkis gives cryptic clues about Star Wars: ...
... an awakening. Have you felt it?' ending with: 'The dark side and the light.' And now, the British actor, best known for his motion capture performances in films including The Lord Of The...
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Jimmy Mubenga: Judge refused to allow jury to hea...
... previously found that Mubenga died of cardiorespiratory collapse as a result of restraint on a British Airways deportation flight in October 2010. In legal argument during the trial, which can...
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Adam Gemili interview: 'No abs Adam' plans to mus...
... he admitted that the meeting would be heavily laced with sadness following the tragedy. The British sprinter, who attended the funeral with his mother Sacha, said: “We were team-mates at...
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the Commonwealth Games
Chelsea defender Jason Cundy: Liverpool haven’t w...
... bringing in several players who have yet to convince. The Reds were eliminated from the group stages of the Champions League, and Cundy believes they are no longer a viable destination for...
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the Champions League
Short cuts: Kate Winslet, Pirates of the Caribbea...
... The cracking cast also includes Hugo Weaving, Rebecca Gibney and Shane Jacobson. Moorhouse, best known for Proof and How To Make An American Quilt, is directing her first film since the...
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Final goodbye: Roll call of some who died in 2014
Washington, D.C., mayor whose accomplishments were often overshadowed by his arrest for drug use. British politician Tony Benn, former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, Polish leader Wojciech Jaruzelski...
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Militant attack on Pakistan school kills 132 chil...
... hundreds of people lined up outside to donate blood. The Pakistani Taliban, a militant group seeking to overthrow the elected civilian government, claimed responsibility, saying it was...
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Street drinkers: retired doctor's radical plans f...
... in He wants to see health bosses team up with the city council to help deal with the groups of men and women who congregate in specific parts of the city, including outside the Bombed...
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12 best places to spend Christmas 2014
... the 18-day Bath Christmas Market has over 170 wooden chalets selling distinctively British handmade crafts in a quaint Georgian setting. Straddled between the imposing Bath Abbey and...
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'Wonderkid' director Rhys Chapman
My favourite film is Lost in Translation and I wanted to make something more appealing to a British audience, so that's why I thought football would be such a good thing to tackle." Why do...
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Lost in Translation
Wednesday's TV tips
... for Christmas. She’s recruited a few celebrity helpers to spread the joy, including pop supergroup McBusted, who will be surprising one of their biggest fans with an exclusive performance on...
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Trend of the Year: How PC Music Chewed Up Pop Con...
Music Chewed Up Pop ConventionsThe future of electronic music is a brand-skewering, gender-bending British collective who uses decoys in live appearancesQT Diamond Wright Images December 17 2014,...
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