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Cricket authorities are no closer to deciding whether to push ahead with the first Test against India as Michael Clarke led a series of touching tributes to Phillip Hughes. Cricket authorities are no...
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COMMEMORATIVE BOOKS: The next best thing to a motion picture might be a collection of still pictures inside one of these new image-filled film books: With an introduction by Martin Scorsese, "Cecil B....
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The Victorian public could know the result of the state election within hours - but if it's close, the result could still take days. About 2.5 million people will have cast their votes by the time...
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TEMPERS are fraying in the women’s magazine sector at Bauer Media, publisher of that grande dame of women’s magazines, The Australian Women’s Weekly. A new appointment — one that oddly hasn’t been...
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You’ve got to have a thick skin to play cornerback in the NFL. Inevitably, you’re going to get beat by the world’s best wide receivers from time to time – and you’re going to hear about it from fans...
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Casinos use hundreds of new slot machines every year. Games rise to popularity, hit their peak, decline and are replaced by new themes in a matter of months. Table games are different. Blackjack and...
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Former PRIME minister Gordon Brown will today "reset" Scottish politics in a bid to shift the focus from the constitutional debate to how to improve the lives of ordinary people. Independence has...
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Ahead of his visit to Northeastern states, PRIME Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said the government is committed to realising the potential of the region and accelerating its progress as India...
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2014/11/29 05:56
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... HOLLOW' What: A supernatural cop drama in which Ichabod Crane, a Revolutionary War hero, is mysteriously transported through time to modern day Sleepy Hollow to face off with the Headless...
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PORT-AU-PRINCE: Thousands of angry protesters hit the streets of Haiti on Friday (Nov 28) to demand the resignation of President Michel Martelly, in the latest public outcry over long-delayed...
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The reading list “We are in danger of losing these replenishing, corrective moments of solitary faith. Silence and seclusion are harder to find, and fewer people seek them out. You find a lone bench...
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Australia intercepts Sri Lankan asylum seekers, turns back most PERTH (Reuters) - Australia has intercepted a boatload of Sri Lankan asylum seekers off the coast of Indonesia, handing back all but...
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KUALA LUMPUR: PRIME Minister Najib Tun Razak did not break his promise on his decision not to repeal Sedition Act 1948 as he never made such promises in the first place. Kedah Umno delegate, Mohd...
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LOVELAND -- The Winter Holiday Council's second annual Light up Loveland event at Loveland's Benson Park Sculpture Garden attracted more than 150 people Friday night. Adults and children gathered...
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The Salvation Army's annual Angel Tree program will benefit more than 200 children and is already kicking into high gear with businesses like American Flags and Poles, Dr. Barbara McNeil Chiropractic...
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BBC News - Moldova election: Will voters choose EU or Putin? For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page Between East and West - Russian dolls can...
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Polling started on Friday morning in Namibia's fifth post-independence presidential and national assembly elections. Over 1.2 million registered voters are expected to cast their ballots at nearly 4...
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Cameron toes softer line on immigration LONDON British PRIME Minister David Cameron Friday promised tough curbs on welfare for EU migrants to counter a surge in arrivals and said his plan to curb...
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... CHILD from a low-income family hears an average of 8 million fewer words per year than a child from a wealthy family. That means that by age 4, there is a word gap of more than 30 million words...
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The ABC is in a fight for its life against powerful vested interests, Quentin Dempster has said as he accused Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull of a "complete misreading" of the national...
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