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The Courier
Wednesday, July 27, 2016possible buy out of Woolworths-owned Home Timber and Hardware would lead G. Gay
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
The Courier / Posted 3 hours ago
possible buy out of Woolworths-owned Home Timber and Hardware would lead G. Gay and Co Hardware in one big circle, co-owner David Gay said. Read more.Drug user pretends ice in his pocket is 'rock salt' A Ballarat man who was pulled up for riding a... Read more
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Chichester Observer
PICTURE SPECIAL: It’s all Dutch for Godolphin in the Lennox Stakesjockey William Buick. It was a day of glamour and great racing as the 2016 Qat
PICTURE SPECIAL: It’s all Dutch for Godolphin in the Lennox Stakes
Chichester Observer / Posted 4 hours ago
jockey William Buick. It was a day of glamour and great racing as the 2016 Qatar Goodwood Festival began / Picture by Malcolm Wells McDonald is enjoying a purple patch, and drew a comparison with the great American jockey Steve Cauthen, who... Read more
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New England Sports Network
LeGarrette Blount Among Patriots With Most To Prove At Training CampDOBSON Dobson has an uphill battle to make the 53-man roster behind locks Julia
LeGarrette Blount Among Patriots With Most To Prove At Training Camp
New England Sports Network / Posted 8 hours ago
DOBSON Dobson has an uphill battle to make the 53-man roster behind locks Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola, Chris Hogan and Malcolm Mitchell. He’s competing with Keshawn Martin (the favorite), Nate Washington, Devin Lucien, DeAndre Carter and Chris... Read more
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Chichester Observer
It’s all Dutch for Godolphin in the Lennox Stakesin the Lennox Stakes It was a day of glamour and great racing as the 2016 Qatar
It’s all Dutch for Godolphin in the Lennox Stakes
Chichester Observer / Posted 8 hours ago
in the Lennox Stakes It was a day of glamour and great racing as the 2016 Qatar Goodwood Festival began / Picture by Malcolm Wells Dutch Connection won the battle of the Godolphin horses to land the biggest prize on the first day of Glorious... Read more
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Boston Globe
Running down the Patriots' training camp roster, position by positionAmendola DeAndre Carter Aaron Dobson Julian Edelman Chris Harper Chris Hog
Running down the Patriots' training camp roster, position by position
Boston Globe / Posted 8 hours ago
Amendola DeAndre Carter Aaron Dobson Julian Edelman Chris Harper Chris Hogan Devin Lucien Keshawn Martin Malcolm Mitchell Matthew Slater Nate Washington Martellus Bennett AJ Derby, AJ Rob Gronkowski Clay Harbor Steven... Read more
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The Age
Queen's Birthday Honours 2016: Homicide boss Mick Willing among NSW Police recipients of Australian Police Medalthen he's overseen countless high-profile arrests by his squad including the ca
Queen's Birthday Honours 2016: Homicide boss Mick Willing among NSW Police recipients of Australian Police Medal
The Age / Posted 15 hours ago
then he's overseen countless high-profile arrests by his squad including the capture of double murderer and bush fugitive Malcolm Naden and the alleged Family Court bomber Leonard John Warwick – an investigation that dates back to the 1980s. His... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Queen's Birthday Honours 2016: Homicide boss Mick Willing among NSW Police recipients of Australian Police Medalthen he's overseen countless high-profile arrests by his squad including the ca
Queen's Birthday Honours 2016: Homicide boss Mick Willing among NSW Police recipients of Australian Police Medal
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
then he's overseen countless high-profile arrests by his squad including the capture of double murderer and bush fugitive Malcolm Naden and the alleged Family Court bomber Leonard John Warwick – an investigation that dates back to the 1980s. His... Read more
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Herald Sun
Tasmanian senators to be revealedSenator Colbeck is locked in a battle with Green Nick McKim for the valuable 12
Tasmanian senators to be revealed
Herald Sun / Posted 16 hours ago
Senator Colbeck is locked in a battle with Green Nick McKim for the valuable 12th spot. Senator Colbeck was omitted from Malcolm Turnbull's new-look ministry, with the prime minister not happy to make a frontbench appointment before the election... Read more
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Weekly Times
Tasmanian senators to be revealedSenator Colbeck is locked in a battle with Green Nick McKim for the valuable 12
Tasmanian senators to be revealed
Weekly Times / Posted 16 hours ago
Senator Colbeck is locked in a battle with Green Nick McKim for the valuable 12th spot. Senator Colbeck was omitted from Malcolm Turnbull's new-look ministry, with the prime minister not happy to make a frontbench appointment before the election... Read more
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News.com.au
Tasmanian senators to be revealedSenator Colbeck is locked in a battle with Green Nick McKim for the valuable 12
Tasmanian senators to be revealed
News.com.au / Posted 16 hours ago
Senator Colbeck is locked in a battle with Green Nick McKim for the valuable 12th spot. Senator Colbeck was omitted from Malcolm Turnbull's new-look ministry, with the prime minister not happy to make a frontbench appointment before the election... Read more
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Perth Now
Tasmanian senators to be revealedSenator Colbeck is locked in a battle with Green Nick McKim for the valuable 12
Tasmanian senators to be revealed
Perth Now / Posted 16 hours ago
Senator Colbeck is locked in a battle with Green Nick McKim for the valuable 12th spot. Senator Colbeck was omitted from Malcolm Turnbull's new-look ministry, with the prime minister not happy to make a frontbench appointment before the election... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Tasmanian senators to be revealedSenator Colbeck is locked in a battle with Green Nick McKim for the valuable 12
Tasmanian senators to be revealed
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 hours ago
Senator Colbeck is locked in a battle with Green Nick McKim for the valuable 12th spot. Senator Colbeck was omitted from Malcolm Turnbull's new-look ministry, with the prime minister not happy to make a frontbench appointment before the election... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Tasmanian senators to be revealedSenator Colbeck is locked in a battle with Green Nick McKim for the valuable 12
Tasmanian senators to be revealed
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
Senator Colbeck is locked in a battle with Green Nick McKim for the valuable 12th spot. Senator Colbeck was omitted from Malcolm Turnbull's new-look ministry, with the prime minister not happy to make a frontbench appointment before the election... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Where have all the Barrys gone?and in honour of Harvey, I chose the Kangaroos' 1975 Premiership team. It turne
Where have all the Barrys gone?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 hours ago
and in honour of Harvey, I chose the Kangaroos' 1975 Premiership team. It turned out to be a classic. It reads: Ross, David, Frank, Brent (Croswell, genius), Malcolm, Keith, Peter, Wayne, Arnold, Sam (admittedly Kekovic), Doug, Paul, Mick,... Read more
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Canberra Times
The economic case for cutting high-income tax breakssuggests ScoMo is firmly on the right track. The report, by researchers workin
The economic case for cutting high-income tax breaks
Canberra Times / Posted 20 hours ago
suggests ScoMo is firmly on the right track. The report, by researchers working under former Labor assistant treasurer David Bradbury, was presented to ministers, including Morrison, at the weekend. It argues governments should be making equity... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The economic case for cutting high-income tax breakssuggests ScoMo is firmly on the right track. The report, by researchers workin
The economic case for cutting high-income tax breaks
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 hours ago
suggests ScoMo is firmly on the right track. The report, by researchers working under former Labor assistant treasurer David Bradbury, was presented to ministers, including Morrison, at the weekend. It argues governments should be making equity... Read more
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The Age
The economic case for cutting high-income tax breakssuggests ScoMo is firmly on the right track. The report, by researchers workin
The economic case for cutting high-income tax breaks
The Age / Posted 20 hours ago
suggests ScoMo is firmly on the right track. The report, by researchers working under former Labor assistant treasurer David Bradbury, was presented to ministers, including Morrison, at the weekend. It argues governments should be making equity... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The economic case for cutting high-income tax breakssuggests ScoMo is firmly on the right track. The report, by researchers workin
The economic case for cutting high-income tax breaks
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
suggests ScoMo is firmly on the right track. The report, by researchers working under former Labor assistant treasurer David Bradbury, was presented to ministers, including Morrison, at the weekend. It argues governments should be making equity... Read more
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WA Today
The economic case for cutting high-income tax breakssuggests ScoMo is firmly on the right track. The report, by researchers workin
The economic case for cutting high-income tax breaks
WA Today / Posted 20 hours ago
suggests ScoMo is firmly on the right track. The report, by researchers working under former Labor assistant treasurer David Bradbury, was presented to ministers, including Morrison, at the weekend. It argues governments should be making equity... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
How much did they know? Australian Minister sacked over juvenile detention 'torture'and other details of the treatment of children in correctional facilities have
How much did they know? Australian Minister sacked over juvenile detention 'torture'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
and other details of the treatment of children in correctional facilities have prompted a "deeply shocked" Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to quickly call for a Royal Commission into the treatment of children at the Don Dale detention centre in... Read more
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Herald Sun
Sonia Kruger ‘isn’t evil. She’s scared’automatically being labelled racist”, she wrote on Twitter yesterday after her
Sonia Kruger ‘isn’t evil. She’s scared’
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
automatically being labelled racist”, she wrote on Twitter yesterday after her remarks caused a stir so big that even Prime Malcolm Turnbull entered the debate. Mr Turnbull said Australia had “a non-discriminatory immigration program and a... Read more
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Perth Now
Sonia Kruger ‘isn’t evil. She’s scared’automatically being labelled racist”, she wrote on Twitter yesterday after her
Sonia Kruger ‘isn’t evil. She’s scared’
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
automatically being labelled racist”, she wrote on Twitter yesterday after her remarks caused a stir so big that even Prime Malcolm Turnbull entered the debate. Mr Turnbull said Australia had “a non-discriminatory immigration program and a... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Sonia Kruger ‘isn’t evil. She’s scared’automatically being labelled racist”, she wrote on Twitter yesterday after her
Sonia Kruger ‘isn’t evil. She’s scared’
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
automatically being labelled racist”, she wrote on Twitter yesterday after her remarks caused a stir so big that even Prime Malcolm Turnbull entered the debate. Mr Turnbull said Australia had “a non-discriminatory immigration program and a... Read more
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Salon.com
A new heyday of horror: Why the scary movie just might save Hollywood from itselfPalmer (“Warm Bodies”), took in a strong $21 million during its first three day
A new heyday of horror: Why the scary movie just might save Hollywood from itself
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
Palmer (“Warm Bodies”), took in a strong $21 million during its first three days in theaters, four times its budget. The David F. Sandberg-directed movie, based off a Swedish short about a malevolent apparition that can only be seen in the dark,... Read more
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Daily Mail
David Gill in storm after calling for FA Cup replays to be axed despite lower-league clubs benefiting from added income David Gill has called
David Gill in storm after calling for FA Cup replays to be axed
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
despite lower-league clubs benefiting from added income David Gill has called for FA Cup replays to be abolished from third round The interim FA chairman has upset many lower-league... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
UM's Brad Kaaya expects young receivers will step up in wake of Lawrence Cager injuryWe have guys, good, fast dudes that can get over the top and get in and out of
UM's Brad Kaaya expects young receivers will step up in wake of Lawrence Cager injury
Sun-Sentinel / Posted yesterday
We have guys, good, fast dudes that can get over the top and get in and out of their breaks.” On former Miramar High star Malcolm Lewis, who has had his share of struggles at Miami since fracturing his ankle as a true freshman in 2012: “I think... Read more
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Newton Daily News
Lloyd Wesselhis sisters Virginia Kling of Texas and Dorothy Anspach of Newton. Those left
Lloyd Wessel
Newton Daily News / Posted yesterday
his sisters Virginia Kling of Texas and Dorothy Anspach of Newton. Those left to honor Lloyd’s memory include his son, Dr. David (Margie) Wessel of Washington, D.C.; his daughters, Lynda Wessel of West Des Moines and Tari (Malcolm) Rowland of... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Bernie Sanders’ backers last gasp; California Dems live largebe good for the nation, but he’s good TV, if you like reality TV. Democrats und
Bernie Sanders’ backers last gasp; California Dems live large
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
be good for the nation, but he’s good TV, if you like reality TV. Democrats underestimate him at their peril. Andrew Malcolm: In every election cycle, polls show that attack ads are almost universally denounced by voters as unfair and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Labor MP Anne Aly says prison de-radicalisation programs unlikely to workAnti-terror laws: Anne Aly says prison de-radicalisation programs unlikely to w
Labor MP Anne Aly says prison de-radicalisation programs unlikely to work
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Anti-terror laws: Anne Aly says prison de-radicalisation programs unlikely to work By political correspondent David Lipson and Brigid Andersen New Labor MP and de-radicalisation expert Dr Anne Aly says hardened terrorists are unlikely to be... Read more
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The Register
What's Brexit? How Tech UK tore up its plans after June 23up,” says Mike Rogers, UK-based commercial director of Danish software firm For
What's Brexit? How Tech UK tore up its plans after June 23
The Register / Posted yesterday
up,” says Mike Rogers, UK-based commercial director of Danish software firm Formpipe Lasernet, of Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull’s call for a deal. “It can only be of benefit to us.” Others want Fox to go further, with several seeing... Read more
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New York Magazine
The Case Against the Media, by the Mediakicking the hornet’s nest to get clicks. You’re publishing stuff purely for the
The Case Against the Media, by the Media
New York Magazine / Posted 2 days ago
kicking the hornet’s nest to get clicks. You’re publishing stuff purely for the sake of provoking your readers.” — David Auerbach, Slate technology columnist and New America fellow “It’s a progress narrative. We want to imagine a kind of... Read more
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CNET
New faces highlight roster of DC shows on The CW this fallHoechlin, who will play Supergirl's cousin, Superman, was there at the panel to
New faces highlight roster of DC shows on The CW this fall
CNET / Posted 2 days ago
Hoechlin, who will play Supergirl's cousin, Superman, was there at the panel to join fellow cast members Melissa Benoist, David Harewood, Chyler Leigh, Mehcad Brooks and Jeremy Jordan. Other new cast members not in attendance are Ian Gomez, who... Read more
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Manning River Times
Monday, July 25, 2016on September 24 with a marquee for beer and cider lovers looking for a fancy da
Monday, July 25, 2016
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
on September 24 with a marquee for beer and cider lovers looking for a fancy day out. Stunned Mullet's Lou Perri and David Henry with Jason Clifton, Lee Wood, Phil Eades and Scott Mesiti ready for the 2016 Beer and Cider Festival. ►GREAT... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
CW's Comic-Con block reveals who's in the pod on 'Supergirl' and teases a new 'Legion of Doom'be together for the first time on television, and the fans were jazzed. From t
CW's Comic-Con block reveals who's in the pod on 'Supergirl' and teases a new 'Legion of Doom'
Los Angeles Times / Posted 2 days ago
be together for the first time on television, and the fans were jazzed. From the show, Benoist was joined by Hoechlin, David Harewood, Chyler Leigh, Mechad Brooks, Jeremy Jordan and Schechter. Highlights included: - Jordan made goggly eyes at... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can'tMike Nudelman/Business Insider Malcolm Gladwell is angry, and he wants you to
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can't
Stamford Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
Mike Nudelman/Business Insider Malcolm Gladwell is angry, and he wants you to know why. Take, for example, the way he devotes three episodes to ways he considers the United States' education system is failing low-income students. To him, it's a... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can'tMike Nudelman/Business Insider Malcolm Gladwell is angry, and he wants you to
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can't
Connecticut Post / Posted 2 days ago
Mike Nudelman/Business Insider Malcolm Gladwell is angry, and he wants you to know why. Take, for example, the way he devotes three episodes to ways he considers the United States' education system is failing low-income students. To him, it's a... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can'tMike Nudelman/Business Insider Malcolm Gladwell is angry, and he wants you to
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can't
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
Mike Nudelman/Business Insider Malcolm Gladwell is angry, and he wants you to know why. Take, for example, the way he devotes three episodes to ways he considers the United States' education system is failing low-income students. To him, it's a... Read more
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Salon.com
Debacle in Baltimore: Prosecutors, part of the problem, struggle with solutionsin addition to a fourth case declared a mistrial. It was readymade fodder for c
Debacle in Baltimore: Prosecutors, part of the problem, struggle with solutions
Salon.com / Posted 2 days ago
in addition to a fourth case declared a mistrial. It was readymade fodder for conservative Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, who used his primetime slot at the Republican National Convention to condemn “activist” Mosby for “malicious... Read more
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Business Insider
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can'tMalcolm Gladwell is angry, and he wants you to know why. Take, for example, th
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can't
Business Insider / Posted 2 days ago
Malcolm Gladwell is angry, and he wants you to know why. Take, for example, the way he devotes three episodes to ways he considers the United States' education system is failing low-income students. To him, it's a subject worthy of nothing less than... Read more
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Londonist
Free And Cheap London Events: 25-31 July 2016British tradition through photography, dolls and other mediums. Free, just turn
Free And Cheap London Events: 25-31 July 2016
Londonist / Posted 2 days ago
British tradition through photography, dolls and other mediums. Free, just turn up, until 1 SeptemberMonday 25 July SIR MALCOLM RIFKIND: Listen to the former Secretary of State for Scotland talk about his life and career at a lecture chaired by... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Bridging racial divide his life's workblack men, he tried to reason with them. More than once, he'd say, "You've got
Bridging racial divide his life's work
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
black men, he tried to reason with them. More than once, he'd say, "You've got to change your ways. Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, they died for you. Quit blaming the white man and take responsibility." Fellow officers were another matter. When... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
Marilyn D. Felthousenhome with her loving daughter by her side. Marilyn was born September 3, 1928,
Marilyn D. Felthousen
The Leader-Herald / Posted 2 days ago
home with her loving daughter by her side. Marilyn was born September 3, 1928, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to the late Malcolm Downs and Kathryn Downs. She was one of six siblings. Marilyn is survived by her five siblings, Malcolm Downs, Debbie... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Labor expands frontbench avoiding faction rowvoices to the national conversation.' Mr Shorten said education was 'one of th
Labor expands frontbench avoiding faction row
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 days ago
voices to the national conversation.' Mr Shorten said education was 'one of the sharpest differences' between Labor and Malcolm Turnbull's government. 'Education ... is the first-order economic and social priority for Labor in the 45th... Read more
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Fortune
Best Selling Author Malcolm Gladwell Shares His Opinions On Donald Trump and BrexitMalcolm Gladwell, staff writer for the New Yorker and best-selling author of Th
Best Selling Author Malcolm Gladwell Shares His Opinions On Donald Trump and Brexit
Fortune / Posted 3 days ago
Malcolm Gladwell, staff writer for the New Yorker and best-selling author of The Tipping Point, Blink, Outliers, David and Goliath, and What the Dog Saw, talks politics, both in the U.S. and abroad, in an exclusive interview with Fortune during the... Read more
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iafrica.com
Lions just too good for Crusadersrunning, along with loose forwards Jaco Kriel, Warwick Tecklenburg and Warren W
Lions just too good for Crusaders
iafrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
running, along with loose forwards Jaco Kriel, Warwick Tecklenburg and Warren Whiteley's workrate were crucial. Hooker Malcolm Marx was a monster as well. Then there was the unsung hero Franco Mostert, who certainly came close. They may not... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
2016 NFL Preview: Raiders will be a Super Bowl contender, and soonhas done well in finding other moderately priced free agents like receiver Mich
2016 NFL Preview: Raiders will be a Super Bowl contender, and soon
Yahoo Sports / Posted 3 days ago
has done well in finding other moderately priced free agents like receiver Michael Crabtree and linebacker Malcolm Smith, who have paid off marvelously. He even grabbed cornerback David Amerson off waivers after the Washington... Read more
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The Courier
How Pauline Hanson and One Nation won more of western Sydneyof the NSW upper house vote and is on track to win one Senate seat. Counting is
How Pauline Hanson and One Nation won more of western Sydney
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
of the NSW upper house vote and is on track to win one Senate seat. Counting is not due to be complete until next month. David Oldfield, who co-founded One Nation with Hanson, said the election represented the "perfect storm" for her. "She had... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
How Pauline Hanson and One Nation won more of western Sydneyof the NSW upper house vote and is on track to win one Senate seat. Counting is
How Pauline Hanson and One Nation won more of western Sydney
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
of the NSW upper house vote and is on track to win one Senate seat. Counting is not due to be complete until next month. David Oldfield, who co-founded One Nation with Hanson, said the election represented the "perfect storm" for her. "She had... Read more
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The Young Witness
How Pauline Hanson and One Nation won more of western Sydneyof the NSW upper house vote and is on track to win one Senate seat. Counting is
How Pauline Hanson and One Nation won more of western Sydney
The Young Witness / Posted 3 days ago
of the NSW upper house vote and is on track to win one Senate seat. Counting is not due to be complete until next month. David Oldfield, who co-founded One Nation with Hanson, said the election represented the "perfect storm" for her. "She had... Read more
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Western Advocate
How Pauline Hanson and One Nation won more of western Sydneyof the NSW upper house vote and is on track to win one Senate seat. Counting is
How Pauline Hanson and One Nation won more of western Sydney
Western Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
of the NSW upper house vote and is on track to win one Senate seat. Counting is not due to be complete until next month. David Oldfield, who co-founded One Nation with Hanson, said the election represented the "perfect storm" for her. "She had... Read more
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