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IN ritual-rich Japan, there are right and wrong ways of doing almost everything. Fortunately, being labelled a dumb foreigner – causing confusion and embarrassment by behaving differently – is easily...
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DOCTOR Who fans — Whovians to those in the know — are an obsessive bunch. So it’s hardly surprising that a huge industry has sprung up to exploit their love for all things Tardis related. From...
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NICK Malceski woke up with a beer the morning after last year's preliminary final loss to Fremantle. This year, he was more than happy to settle for Coffee as he reflected on how Sydney had booked a...
2014/09/21 11:48
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You’ve probably heard the old stereotypes about professors in their ivory tower lecturing about Kafka while clad in a tweed jacket. But for many professors today, the reality is quite different: being...
2014/09/21 11:37
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Kenya grieves one year after Westgate mall attack Published: 21 September 2014 Bullet holes are seen on the Westgate shopping mall that has been left deserted following last year's attack by gunmen...
2014/09/21 11:33
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How to create the perfect environment to boost creativity It took F. Scott Fitzgerald nearly a decade to finish Tender is the Night, his semi-autobiographical novel about the physical, financial, and...
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After an extensive search, the chamber board selected Mary Margaret Maule in April to take over as president of McHenry County’s largest business membership organization. McHenry County Business...
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Thanks to smartphones, people these days are constantly logged on to social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, and use the mobile messaging app WhatsApp to stay in touch all the time. Forget...
2014/09/21 11:19
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Road food warriors have a fresh action item to chew over. It’s the 12-course, $200 menu served one weekend a month to no more than 16 diners at a renovated farmhouse called Riverstead in Chilhowie,...
2014/09/21 11:00
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The Rich River Golf Resort at the twin towns of Echuca-Moama, second stop on a memorable golfing experience. IT all seemed so simple in the beginning. A five day self-drive golfing odyssey taking in...
2014/09/21 10:55
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ANGRY business owners have hit out at a local Facebook “hate” page amid fears it spreads defamation and slander. Business owners hit out at Facebook 'hate page' The Real Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down –...
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2014/09/21 10:51
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Sustaining our long-haul visitors WISPY, brown vegetation desiccated by the driest autumn in living memory was perfect cover for the foraging whinchat. Whinchats are partial to berries in autumn...
2014/09/21 10:37
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NEW YORK (AP) — Data breaches at retailers aren't going away but there are ways consumers can protect themselves from future heists of their payment card information. Home Depot said Thursday that...
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The police wanted former Archbishop Giuseppe Mercieca’s home-help to admit planting a bomb outside his residence in 1984, a new book will reveal. Details of Joyce Tabone’s ordeal are being published...
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Jefferson City Councilmen Carlos Graham and Glen Costales sat down with some of their constituents for an informal chat over Coffee with their new program called “Coffee with Councilmen” on Saturday...
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Liverpool Ladies travel to Birmingham City for a massive Women's Super League clash on Sunday – and ahead of the encounter, we sought to discover more about prolific striker Natasha Dowie. Matt...
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New Zealand Prime Minister John Key and his wife Bronagh Sunday waited for a table like others to get his Coffee in a cafe near their home in Parnell, Auckland. The couple went for a stroll after...
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In Golan Heights, Harvesting Apples Against Backdrop of Syrian WarCreeping Violence Sours Lives of Jewish and Druze Farmers Rosh Hashanah is just around the corner, and in the Golan Heights,...
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Growing up, I heard my parents talk often about certain actions being “common courtesy.” Things like acknowledging others as you pass them on the sidewalk, allowing ladies to go first, opening doors...
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BLACKSTONE — On a late Sunday night in November last year, residents switched on porch lights and stood in front of their homes, waiting. Then, just about midnight, they saw the flashing blue lights...
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