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Striking the right balance to head for the top
Sharon Thorne boasts a CV that most budding accountants starting their careers could only dream of. Having held a number of leading regional and national roles at Deloitte, as well as some high-level...
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New at the library
FictionWidow’s Tears – Susan Wittig Albert Death of a Scriptwriter – M. C. Beaton The Wolf in Winter –
Havana Storm – Clive Cussler Gray Mountain – John Grisham Holiday Defenders –...
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Michael Cheika can fashion vibrant Wallabies side...
EWEN McKenzie is a highly intelligent individual but his self-engineered exit from the Wallaby coaching position did not reek of wisdom. At his shock announcement, when asked to expand on his sudden...
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Wallabies coach Cheika fluent in success
He built a successful clothing company, has dabbled in restaurants, speaks four languages and once dazzled Collette Dinnigan in French to secure a job - utterly unqualified - with the Australian...
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Australian Rugby Union
Get cozy with the fiction of fall
Salisbury Post Get cozy with the fiction of fall Note: this is the first article in a series that will continue on the Books page. The idle pleasures of summer reading become sweet memories as the...
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Commentary: The Dubious Power Of Big Foot
Former President Bill Clinton rallied supporters for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley on Thursday. (Courtesy of Coakley campaign via Facebook) In this stubbornly tied governor’s...
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Honeymoon over for single-parent empty-nester
She's 18 now. She can vote. Get a tattoo without my permission. Fight for our country. And yet, with myriad choices in front of her on her birthday last Saturday, what was the first thing she...
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Richard Paul Evans
Fire training at vacant homes in Blaine
Anyone driving on University Avenue near 111th Avenue Monday evening, Jan. 28 saw fire trucks parked by three dilapidated Blaine homes. Flames and smoke were not visible from the outside. The fire...
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Between the Lines: A peek at fall’s new fiction t...
The idle pleasures of summer reading become sweet memories as the mornings grow progressively more chilly and the leaves begin to change colors. With another fall comes the second seasonal wave of new...
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Gary Mabbutt opens Tottenham Hale Kidney and Diab...
The new Centre is the largest dialysis unit outside a hospital in the country and has the capacity to treat up to 270 patients each week on its 48 dialysis stations. Gary was given a tour of the...
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Weakened Wallabies will get no mercy
Steve Hansen would do well to tell his men this weekend is all about the No Mercy rule. Photo / Getty Images The annual rugby war cry across the Ditch has a 'this is our time' theme before it is...
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Books to Die For review – passionate advocacy for...
One of the questions writers are asked most frequently in interviews is which writers they admire and who has influenced their work. For any aficionado of crime and mystery stories, Books to Die For...
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Edgar Allan Poe
Ewen McKenzie's Wallabies tenure anything but a s...
Rough start: Ewen McKenzie's stint as Wallabies coach is far from a success so far. Photo: Getty Images Are the Wallabies in a better place now than they were 15 months ago under Robbie Deans?...
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Australian Rugby Union
DAN KINNEY: Is it time for wings of the overpaid ...
It is too early to say that the worm has turned but the signs are encouraging. You may have seen a report that anglers were being invited to release any fish they caught even where Catch & Release...
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Heard, Lockwood and James all qualify for Heslop ...
Heard, Lockwood and James all qualify for Heslop Cup at East DevonGolf ball on tee with driver Thursday, October 9, 2014 The October medal was played at East Devon on Saturday, writes Paul...
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John Connolly believes Matt Giteau would be Walla...
Former Wallaby Matt Giteau in action for Toulon this year. Photo: Getty Images Former Wallabies coach
says Matt Giteau would be the "ideal captain" for Australia at the World Cup,...
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the World Cup
Wallabies an ‘absolute shambles’
Getty ImagesPressure is building on coach Ewen McKenzie after the Wallabies' loss to Argentina Saturday was described as ill-disciplined and dispirited by Australia's media. Photo by Cameron...
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The Rugby Championship
Bestselling author to visit Gwinnett
The author of the Charlie Parker mysteries will visit Gwinnett next month to discuss the latest book in his thriller series.
will take part in a discussion and book signing for “The...
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Turner settles nine-goal thriller with late strik...
Lewis Turner struck a late winner on the powerplay to secure Bracknell Bees a first victory of the new season on Sunday night. The side squeezed out Chelmsford Chieftains of the NIHL 5-4 in the...
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Read It and Reap A big month for book festivals
Readers love to meet book authors. In this region, a nearby appearance frequently provides the opportunity to buy an autographed book and exchange a few words with favorite authors. Novelists David...
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