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Specialty funds let you play with the pros in com...
As the Crimean crisis raged last summer, Tyler Mordy and his colleagues at Hahn Investment Stewards made a tactical call in the commodities market. Believing that Russia’s aggression would stoke a...
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Corvus Cornix Basketball team volunteer Di Charle...
Corvus Cornix Basketball team volunteer Di Charles is honoured with national award 52nd Torch Trophy Trust Awards 24th February 2015 A Royston lady has been honoured for her dedication to basketball...
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The road to beer: Mud and memories
This is probably because evolution found our weather is eminently conducive to sitting around a fire listening to tall tales filter through a
of smoke. In keeping with this spirit of narration,...
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Like a Virgin
I'm A Celebrity Australia 2015 episode 23 recap: ...
No suspense, no tense thrills, there was NO FEAR in tonight's ep . . . just bowlfuls of stomach-curdling, vomit-inducing jungle servings of restyled Aussie desserts. Iced No-Nos (with dessicated fat...
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Northern Daily Leader
The Young Witness
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Vishal Mehrotra’s killer escaped because the poli...
Westminster paedophiles: Vishal Mehrotra’s killer escaped because the police never listen Westminster paedophiles: a look at reporting on allegations of child abuse in high places. The Daily...
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B.C. LNG alliance boss takes on naysayers
CALGARY - The head of the B.C. LNG Alliance says it's not a matter of if, but when the province becomes a major global LNG player and he wouldn't be surprised to see at least one project get the green...
Read more at The Chronicle-Journal
Barclays drops on lower pre-tax profit and higher...
Shares in Barclays traded lower on 3 March after the British lender reported a lower pre-tax profit for 2014 and said it had bumped up provisions to cover potential fines. Barclays' stock was trading...
Read more at International Business Times
Is There a Reference to a Blue Dress in Bill Clin...
The nation just can't get enough of blue dresses, can it? No sooner had the furor over a blue-and-black dress (or is it gold and white?) subsided than painter Nelson Shanks sparked his own kerfuffle...
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KESQ Palm Springs
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National Portrait Gallery
Netanyahu’s Speech: What’s REALLY Going On
So Prime Minister Netanyahu agreed to an invitation by republican Speaker of the House John Boehner to address congress. Noses immediately got bent out of shape. An awkward
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The Jewish Press
WTOL 11 Toledo
WTOC 11 Savannah
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A German bomb that left a huge hole in Newark
Death rained down on the market town of Newark in March 1941 when 41 local people were killed during a Luftwaffe air raid. This weekend that tragic loss of life will be remembered. Andy Smart...
Read more at Nottingham Post
Holy Trinity School
Oil slump threatens easy life of affluent Norwegi...
STAVANGER, Norway -- Losing his job on a Norwegian oil rig meant more to Kristoffer Sandberg than saying goodbye to a high salary. It has caused a shift down in lifestyle and expectations, something...
Read more at Daily Herald
Injury forces Hamilton-Brown retirement
Rory Hamilton-Brown has not been able to overcome injury Sussex batsman Rory Hamilton-Brown has unexpectedly been forced to retire at the age of 27 due to injury. Hamilton-Brown, who five years ago...
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STAN FISCHLER COLUMN: Not as much optimism in Yan...
Jerry Weiss and his daughter, Joanna, attends a Yankee game. Photo provided As a rule I do not worry about Yankees fans. Thanks to such individuals as Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, Yogi...
Read more at Kingston Daily Freeman
Dallas sweep districts Boys and girls win team ti...
WILKES-BARRE — For the first time in 10 years, one school rules the pool. Dallas won both the District 2 Class 2A boys and girls swimming and diving championships Saturday at the Wyoming Valley...
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The Daily & Sunday Review
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Senate powers off amendment to require body camer...
The Senate deflected maneuvering by a Wyandotte County lawmaker to breathe life into a mandate that patrol officers statewide be adorned with a body camera to capture on-the-job law enforcement...
Read more at The Topeka Capital-Journal
BATS dealt fresh currency blow
BATS dealt fresh currency blow Reported results for 2014 from cigarette giant British American Tobacco (BATS) are pretty dismal. However, the many investors who rely on BATS for their dividend income...
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British American Tobacco
Why it’s so hard to get a straight answer about w...
INDONESIANS are, by nature, exceptionally polite. The society is also hierarchal and officialdom still imbued with a militaristic bent. These two matters go a long way to examine why, as two young...
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South By South Roosevelt Takes Over Streets in Te...
Coming to Tempe for the fourth consecutive year, South By South Roosevelt (SXSR) lands in the front yard of 919 South Mitchell this Friday hoping to create another unique experience for the local...
Read more at Phoenix New Times
Gold Coast drugs scandal hangs over NRL season
As NRL CEO Dave Smith prepared to launch the new season he implored fans to keep things in perspective. Just a week out from the season kick-off between Brisbane and South Sydney at Suncorp Stadium...
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Sky News Australia
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5 Russian Food Producers Winning From Economic Cr...
Recession, rising inflation and a currency collapse have combined with Western sanctions and the ongoing crisis in Ukraine to cast a
of gloom over Russian business. But economic quirks mean...
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