Ed Slater

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The Seattle Times
Port of Seattle commission races: a look at the 15 candidates vying for 3 spotsup the board overseeing the Port of Seattle, or keep it largely intact, as the
The Seattle Times / Posted yesterday
up the board overseeing the Port of Seattle, or keep it largely intact, as the Port seeks to navigate past a year plagued by public-trust issues. Three slots for the five-member Port Commission will be on the Aug. 1 primary ballot. All the... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
LOCAL TRACKS: Sykes pays homage to defunct race trackArticle Tools Drivers often put a message on the back of their cars. Usually i
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
Article Tools Drivers often put a message on the back of their cars. Usually it is remembrance of a deceased relative or a thank you to those who have helped their careers. On the back of Jim Sykes’ Factory Stock is a tribute to a defunct track:... Read more
11d
The Border Mail
On This Day in Ballarat | July 122002 - Steve Bryant (pictured) and Mark Quinlan of Stark Developments will open
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
2002 - Steve Bryant (pictured) and Mark Quinlan of Stark Developments will open the newly developed boutique complex which used to be Bakery Hill Tavern. 2002 - Former Waubra premiership Players. From Left Lawrence Gallagher, Frank Gallagher, Harry... Read more
11d
The Courier
On This Day in Ballarat | July 122002 - Steve Bryant (pictured) and Mark Quinlan of Stark Developments will open
The Courier / Posted 11 days ago
2002 - Steve Bryant (pictured) and Mark Quinlan of Stark Developments will open the newly developed boutique complex which used to be Bakery Hill Tavern. 2002 - Former Waubra premiership Players. From Left Lawrence Gallagher, Frank Gallagher, Harry... Read more
11d
Canberra Times
Foot stamping franchises in Fels freak-outa far cry from the $250 million Maurie Bs was initially claiming. We presume a
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
a far cry from the $250 million Maurie Bs was initially claiming. We presume all involved are tired (but not as tired Slater and Gordon's balance sheet) after a slew of conference calls wound up near midnight Monday, with all back on deck... Read more
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11d
WA Today
Foot stamping franchises in Fels freak-outa far cry from the $250 million Maurie Bs was initially claiming. We presume a
WA Today / Posted 11 days ago
a far cry from the $250 million Maurie Bs was initially claiming. We presume all involved are tired (but not as tired Slater and Gordon's balance sheet) after a slew of conference calls wound up near midnight Monday, with all back on deck... Read more
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11d
The Age
Foot stamping franchises in Fels freak-outa far cry from the $250 million Maurie Bs was initially claiming. We presume a
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
a far cry from the $250 million Maurie Bs was initially claiming. We presume all involved are tired (but not as tired Slater and Gordon's balance sheet) after a slew of conference calls wound up near midnight Monday, with all back on deck... Read more
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11d
Sydney Morning Herald
Foot stamping franchises in Fels freak-outa far cry from the $250 million Maurie Bs was initially claiming. We presume a
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
a far cry from the $250 million Maurie Bs was initially claiming. We presume all involved are tired (but not as tired Slater and Gordon's balance sheet) after a slew of conference calls wound up near midnight Monday, with all back on deck... Read more
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11d
Brisbane Times
Foot stamping franchises in Fels freak-outa far cry from the $250 million Maurie Bs was initially claiming. We presume a
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 days ago
a far cry from the $250 million Maurie Bs was initially claiming. We presume all involved are tired (but not as tired Slater and Gordon's balance sheet) after a slew of conference calls wound up near midnight Monday, with all back on deck... Read more
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14d
The Florida Times-Union
Can Bolles’ Austin Slater finally be the long-term replacement for Barry Bonds in San Francisco’s outfield?Finding a quality left-fielder has been a decade-long nightmare for the San Fra
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 14 days ago
Finding a quality left-fielder has been a decade-long nightmare for the San Francisco Giants since Barry Bonds exited the stage after the 2007 season. This year alone, 10 different players have started at the position. Surprisingly, the Giants might... Read more
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14d
The Florida Times-Union
Can Bolles’ Austin Slater finally be the long-term replacement for Barry Bonds in San Francisco’s outfield?Finding a quality left-fielder has been a decade-long nightmare for the San Fra
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 14 days ago
Finding a quality left-fielder has been a decade-long nightmare for the San Francisco Giants since Barry Bonds exited the stage after the 2007 season. This year alone, 10 different players have started at the position. Surprisingly, the Giants might... Read more
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14d
The Florida Times-Union
Bolles’ Slater trying to fill Giants’ LF void left by Bondsa quality left-fielder has been a decade-long nightmare for the San Francisco G
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 14 days ago
a quality left-fielder has been a decade-long nightmare for the San Francisco Giants since Barry Bonds exited the stage after the 2007 season. This year alone, 10 different players have started at the position. Surprisingly, the... Read more
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16d
The Courier
GLORY DAYS: 101 great Hunter momentsDays, a countdown of 101 of the memorable moments in the Hunter’s history. Glo
The Courier / Posted 16 days ago
Days, a countdown of 101 of the memorable moments in the Hunter’s history. Glory, according to the dictionary, is “exalted praise, honour or distinction, an object of pride, a state of splendour, magnificence or great prosperity”. The Hunter... Read more
16d
World Surf League
Still Chasing OccyAce Buchan's silky backhand approach was certainly Occy inspired, and he'd love
World Surf League / Posted 16 days ago
Ace Buchan's silky backhand approach was certainly Occy inspired, and he'd love nothing more than to repeat Occy's feat at J-Bay.WSL The 1984 Country Feeling J-Bay Surf Classic was the first Championship Tour event ever held at Supertubes. It was... Read more
16d
World Surf League
Chasing Occy's ShadowThe 1984 Country Feeling J-Bay Surf Classic was won by a high-pitched, square-j
World Surf League / Posted 16 days ago
The 1984 Country Feeling J-Bay Surf Classic was won by a high-pitched, square-jawed 18-year-old from Cronulla, NSW, named Marco Jay Luciano "Mark" Occhilupo, who took down a tour vet named Hans Hedemann in the process. Decked in his now iconic pink,... Read more
17d
Miami New Times
Golden Boy on a BoardTraffic slows as drivers strain their necks to peek at the beach. Pickup trucks
Miami New Times / Posted 17 days ago
Traffic slows as drivers strain their necks to peek at the beach. Pickup trucks park illegally in the driveways of shuttered-up mansions. Bare-chested guys with surfboards scurry around the island like rabbits, sneaking through sky-high hedges or... Read more
17d
Perth Now
Chappelli: ‘If CA isn’t overstaffed, I’m Dutch’of players. Grassroots funding has been one of the points of the clash between
Perth Now / Posted 17 days ago
of players. Grassroots funding has been one of the points of the clash between CA and the players’ union during protracted pay talks. The governing body says community clubs are suffering because of the revenue- sharing model that has existed... Read more
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17d
News.com.au
Chappelli: ‘If CA isn’t overstaffed, I’m Dutch’Cricket: Ed Cowan and Michael Slater have exchanged a war of words over the pay
News.com.au / Posted 17 days ago
Cricket: Ed Cowan and Michael Slater have exchanged a war of words over the pay dispute crippling Cricket Australia. Ian Chappell: If Cricket Australia isn’t overstaffed, I’m a Dutchman. IF Cricket Australia want to free up more funds for... Read more
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17d
The Courier Mail
Chappelli: ‘If CA isn’t overstaffed, I’m Dutch’of players. Grassroots funding has been one of the points of the clash between
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
of players. Grassroots funding has been one of the points of the clash between CA and the players’ union during protracted pay talks. The governing body says community clubs are suffering because of the revenue- sharing model that has existed... Read more
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18d
Canberra Times
Cricket Australia should cut its own costs first, says Ian Chappellit should look at the income of staff before the pockets of players. Australia
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
it should look at the income of staff before the pockets of players. Australia's cricketers are effectively unemployed after failing to reach an agreement with the sport's governing body. The governing body says community clubs are... Read more
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18d
News.com.au
Pay dispute could stop ‘even the Ashes’Cricket: Ed Cowan and Michael Slater have exchanged a war of words over the pay
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
Cricket: Ed Cowan and Michael Slater have exchanged a war of words over the pay dispute crippling Cricket Australia. Chris Rogers of and David Warner kiss the Ashes urn in 2014. Will Australia get the same chance this summer? MCC world cricket... Read more
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18d
Sydney Morning Herald
Cricket Australia should cut its own costs first, says Ian Chappellit should look at the income of staff before the pockets of players. Australia
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 days ago
it should look at the income of staff before the pockets of players. Australia's cricketers are effectively unemployed after failing to reach an agreement with the sport's governing body. The governing body says community clubs are... Read more
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18d
The Age
Cricket Australia should cut its own costs first, says Ian Chappellit should look at the income of staff before the pockets of players. Australia
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
it should look at the income of staff before the pockets of players. Australia's cricketers are effectively unemployed after failing to reach an agreement with the sport's governing body. The governing body says community clubs are... Read more
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18d
Daily Telegraph
Hazlewood, Lyon to return to fieldthe name of a good cause. Now a future charity match to help struggling out-of
Daily Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
the name of a good cause. Now a future charity match to help struggling out-of-contract domestic players survive a prolonged pay war against CA is now also being considered by Australia’s leading stars if players remain out of work for some time,... Read more
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18d
News.com.au
Bill Lawry: Axe the boycottis a positive thing. Australia A captain Usman Khawaja at training in Brisbane
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
is a positive thing. Australia A captain Usman Khawaja at training in Brisbane on Tuesday. TEST legend Bill Lawry has called on the players’ association to backflip on their plan to boycott this month’s Australia A tour of South Africa. Channel... Read more
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18d
Daily Telegraph
Lawry’s message: Axe the boycottLawry urges Australian Cricketers’ Association not to boycott Australia A tour
Daily Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
Lawry urges Australian Cricketers’ Association not to boycott Australia A tour TEST legend Bill Lawry has called on the players’ association to backflip on their plan to boycott this month’s Australia A tour of South Africa. Channel... Read more
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18d
News.com.au
Hazlewood, Lyon to return to pitchthe name of a good cause. Now a future charity match to help struggling out-of
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
the name of a good cause. Now a future charity match to help struggling out-of-contract domestic players survive a prolonged pay war against CA is now also being considered by Australia’s leading stars if players remain out of work for some time,... Read more
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18d
News.com.au
Lawry’s message: Axe the boycottis a positive thing. Australia A captain Usman Khawaja at training in Brisbane
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
is a positive thing. Australia A captain Usman Khawaja at training in Brisbane on Tuesday. TEST legend Bill Lawry has called on the players’ association to backflip on their plan to boycott this month’s Australia A tour of South Africa. Channel... Read more
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18d
News.com.au
Gillespie confident compromise can be reachedCricket's pay dispute is a positive thing. Australia A coach Jason Gillespie s
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
Cricket's pay dispute is a positive thing. Australia A coach Jason Gillespie says he is confident a compromise can be reached in the cricketer’s pay dispute. FORMER Test quick Jason Gillespie has appealed for cricket’s bitter pay dispute to be... Read more
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18d
Geelong Advertiser
Gillespie confident compromise can be reachedJason Gillespie says he has no idea if tour of South Africa will go ahead FORM
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 18 days ago
Jason Gillespie says he has no idea if tour of South Africa will go ahead FORMER Test quick Jason Gillespie has appealed for cricket’s bitter pay dispute to be sorted out urgently as Australia A’s tour of South Africa hangs in the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Gillespie confident compromise can be reachedFORMER Test quick Jason Gillespie has appealed for cricket’s bitter pay dispute
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 days ago
FORMER Test quick Jason Gillespie has appealed for cricket’s bitter pay dispute to be sorted out urgently as Australia A’s tour of South Africa hangs in the balance. Now coach of the Australia A team, Gillespie is due to head overseas on Saturday... Read more
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18d
News.com.au
‘Not that hard’: Legend’s pay dispute fixCricket: Ed Cowan and Michael Slater have exchanged a war of words over the pay
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
Cricket: Ed Cowan and Michael Slater have exchanged a war of words over the pay dispute crippling Cricket Australia. Steve Waugh, Mark Taylor and Ian Healy celebrate another Ashes victory. AUSTRALIAN cricket’s increasingly bitter pay dispute could... Read more
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18d
Geelong Advertiser
‘Not that hard’: Test great’s pay dispute fixAUSTRALIAN cricket’s increasingly bitter pay dispute could have been avoided wi
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 18 days ago
AUSTRALIAN cricket’s increasingly bitter pay dispute could have been avoided with greater transparency and anticipation, Ian Healy says. The retired Test great has criticised both Cricket Australia and the players’ association for failing to come to... Read more
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18d
The Courier Mail
‘Not that hard’: Test great’s pay dispute fixAUSTRALIAN cricket’s increasingly bitter pay dispute could have been avoided wi
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 days ago
AUSTRALIAN cricket’s increasingly bitter pay dispute could have been avoided with greater transparency and anticipation, Ian Healy says. The retired Test great has criticised both Cricket Australia and the players’ association for failing to come to... Read more
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18d
News.com.au
‘Not that hard’: Test great’s pay dispute fixCricket: Ed Cowan and Michael Slater have exchanged a war of words over the pay
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
Cricket: Ed Cowan and Michael Slater have exchanged a war of words over the pay dispute crippling Cricket Australia. Steve Waugh, Mark Taylor and Ian Healy celebrate another Ashes victory. AUSTRALIAN cricket’s increasingly bitter pay dispute could... Read more
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18d
Illawarra Mercury
Cricket South Africa chief ready for Australia A tour boycottGround on January 6. Picture: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images Cricket South Afric
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 18 days ago
Ground on January 6. Picture: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images Cricket South Africa chief executive Haroon Lorgat has revealed alternative plans are already being hatched to cover for the absence of an Australia A team for a series starting there... Read more
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18d
WA Today
Cricket South Africa chief Haroon Lorgat ready for Australia A tour boycottCricket South Africa chief executive Haroon Lorgat has revealed alternative pla
WA Today / Posted 18 days ago
Cricket South Africa chief executive Haroon Lorgat has revealed alternative plans are already being hatched to cover for the absence of an Australia A team for a series starting there next week, saying he had been warned by Cricket Australia of the... Read more
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18d
News.com.au
Sri Lanka wary of wild elephantsCricket: Ed Cowan and Michael Slater have exchanged a war of words over the pay
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
Cricket: Ed Cowan and Michael Slater have exchanged a war of words over the pay dispute crippling Cricket Australia. Elephant crossing sign on the way to Hambantota in Sri Lanka. SRI Lanka will deploy game wardens to stop wild elephants straying... Read more
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19d
News.com.au
South African great comes out to bat for AussiesCricket: Ed Cowan and Michael Slater have exchanged a war of words over the pay
News.com.au / Posted 19 days ago
Cricket: Ed Cowan and Michael Slater have exchanged a war of words over the pay dispute crippling Cricket Australia. Graeme Smith is backing the players in their pay dispute with Cricket Australia. FORMER South Africa captain Graeme Smith has... Read more
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19d
Canberra Times
Cricket South Africa chief Haroon Lorgat ready for Australia A tour boycottCricket South Africa chief executive Haroon Lorgat has revealed alternative pla
Canberra Times / Posted 19 days ago
Cricket South Africa chief executive Haroon Lorgat has revealed alternative plans are already being hatched to cover for the absence of an Australia A team for a series starting there next week, saying he had been warned by Cricket Australia of the... Read more
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19d
The Courier Mail
Slater slams cricket pay ‘rubbish’Former Test opener Michael Slater slams cricketers’ pay stance as ‘rubbish’ AU
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 days ago
Former Test opener Michael Slater slams cricketers’ pay stance as ‘rubbish’ AUSTRALIAN cricketers have been challenged to explain why their dispute isn’t about money after former Test star Michael Slater launched a scathing attack on their... Read more
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19d
Sydney Morning Herald
Cricket South Africa chief Haroon Lorgat ready for Australia A tour boycottCricket South Africa chief executive Haroon Lorgat has revealed alternative pla
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Cricket South Africa chief executive Haroon Lorgat has revealed alternative plans are already being hatched to cover for the absence of an Australia A team for a series starting there next week, saying he had been warned by Cricket Australia of the... Read more
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19d
The Age
Cricket South Africa chief Haroon Lorgat ready for Australia A tour boycottCricket South Africa chief executive Haroon Lorgat has revealed alternative pla
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
Cricket South Africa chief executive Haroon Lorgat has revealed alternative plans are already being hatched to cover for the absence of an Australia A team for a series starting there next week, saying he had been warned by Cricket Australia of the... Read more
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19d
Adelaide Now
Cowan, Slater in public spat over payTHE passion behind cricket’s ugly pay war has manifested itself in a heated rad
Adelaide Now / Posted 19 days ago
THE passion behind cricket’s ugly pay war has manifested itself in a heated radio exchange this morning between Michael Slater and Ed Cowan. Slater slammed player claims that their fight is more about principle than money, while Cowan hit back and... Read more
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19d
Canberra Times
Former Australian Test greats in public spat over cricket pay sagaThe war of words over Australian cricket's pay saga continues to bubble, with f
Canberra Times / Posted 19 days ago
The war of words over Australian cricket's pay saga continues to bubble, with former Test openers Ed Cowan and Michael Slater sharing a heated argument on breakfast radio. Cowan all but accused Cricket Australia (CA) of wanting to run the game as a... Read more
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19d
WA Today
Former Australian Test batsmen in public spat over cricket pay sagaThe war of words over Australian cricket's pay saga continues to bubble, with f
WA Today / Posted 19 days ago
The war of words over Australian cricket's pay saga continues to bubble, with former Test openers Ed Cowan and Michael Slater sharing a heated argument on breakfast radio. Cowan all but accused Cricket Australia (CA) of wanting to run the game as a... Read more
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19d
Herald Sun
Cricket legend snaps in live pay-war rowTHE war of words over Australian cricket’s pay saga continues to bubble, with f
Herald Sun / Posted 19 days ago
THE war of words over Australian cricket’s pay saga continues to bubble, with former Test openers Ed Cowan and Michael Slater sharing a heated argument on breakfast radio. It comes as Slater also called out Shane Watson over the star allrounder’s... Read more
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19d
Brisbane Times
Former Australian Test batsmen in public spat over cricket pay sagaThe war of words over Australian cricket's pay saga continues to bubble, with f
Brisbane Times / Posted 19 days ago
The war of words over Australian cricket's pay saga continues to bubble, with former Test openers Ed Cowan and Michael Slater sharing a heated argument on breakfast radio. Cowan all but accused Cricket Australia (CA) of wanting to run the game as a... Read more
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19d
Daily Telegraph
Cowan, Slater engage in public spat over payAustralian cricket’s pay dispute getting uglier; Ed Cowan and Michael Slater en
Daily Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
Australian cricket’s pay dispute getting uglier; Ed Cowan and Michael Slater engage in heated debate | Daily Telegraph ACA representative Ed Cowan and radio host Michael Slater engage in heated argument over cricket pay THE passion behind cricket’s... Read more
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19d
Perth Now
Cricket legend snaps in live pay-war rowTHE war of words over Australian cricket’s pay saga continues to bubble, with f
Perth Now / Posted 19 days ago
THE war of words over Australian cricket’s pay saga continues to bubble, with former Test openers Ed Cowan and Michael Slater sharing a heated argument on breakfast radio. It comes as Slater also called out Shane Watson over the star allrounder’s... Read more
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