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Moves by Caesars fail to ease debt worries on the...
LAS VEGAS -- Nothing is simple when it comes to Caesars Entertainment Corporation. Take last week’s announcement that the company is selling four casinos to its Caesars Growth Partners subsidiary for...
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Coast chefs selected for prestigious soiree
Coast chefs selected for prestigious soiree Story Tools IT HASN'T taken Jiro Numata long to make his mark on the Australian culinary scene. The new executive chef at Wasabi, Noosa's only two hatted...
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Casino events: ‘Frank Marino’s Divas’ dresses up ...
Drag entertainment was once considered scandalous at worst, naughty at best. But just as they stood up to the police at Stonewall, drag queens have been bold and persistent about their art, which has...
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Diamond Forever tribute show coming to the legion
From Tin Pan Alley to Hollywood, through the turbulence of the 1960s and on into the 21st century, the songs of Neil Diamond continue to attract new fans to go along with the legions of old. Jason...
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Harrah’s New Orleans sold to separate Caesars unit
NEW ORLEANS -- Caesars Entertainment Corp. is selling Harrah’s New Orleans and three other casino properties for about $1.8 billion to a separate unit that it controls as the company restructures its...
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Deng 'to keep £10m mansion as part of Murdoch div...
Wendi Deng 'to keep luxury £10MILLION mansion by Beijing's Forbidden City as part of divorce settlement from Rupert Murdoch' Wendi Deng and Rupert Murdoch reached an agreement to end their 14-year...
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March 4: Colour blind
Michael writes: ``I saw this boat in the Bay of Islands and was wondering about the significance of the name. As you can see it's small, pea green and has a 30hp motor.'' Felines at the...
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Explore the changing landscape of countries on Go...
Google Maps turns encyclopedia: Atlas charting everything from the U.S. Civil War to Biblical landmarks to Earth by night launched Google’s Maps Gallery works like an interactive, digital atlas where...
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Yanukovych who? These are history's most obscenel...
Pet ostriches? A private golf course? But ol' Yanu's got nothing on autocrats of the past. Not even with those curative beehives. Here's a look at some of the most obscenely luxurious palaces in...
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‘The Gathering’ - Unparalleled Music for Our Gene...
Will Ackerman, Grammy Award winner, founder of Windham Hill Records and Imaginary Roads Studio, songwriter, composer and producer, will come to Maui with Todd Boston to perform, inspire and share...
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Andaz Tokyo: Luxury atop Toranomon Hills ‹ Japan ...
In early summer, Tokyo’s newest hotel – the Andaz – will open in the gleaming Toranomon Hills complex. The 12th Andaz in the world, Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills will be the fourth Hyatt brand to open...
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Tokyo has heaviest snowfall in decades
Yokohama: The snowfall was the heaviest in the capital for 45 years Photo: AP Tokyo: The heaviest snow in decades in Tokyo and other areas of Japan has left at least five dead and 600 injured across...
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What Vhong has learned
There’s a lot of lessons to be learned (yes, by everybody) from what happened to Vhong Navarro two weeks ago, details of which have been played and replayed in both TV and print media. Asked what he...
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Japan by train: spirited away in Tokyo and Kyoto
Tokyo works through clearly identifiable, tribal areas. With two days we eschew museums and explore Akihabara, jammed with electrical discount stores, pulsing with technological noise. This is the...
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