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Robert Allenby scrapes US Tour card for 2015 seas...
VETERAN Robert Allenby is celebrating a very lucky break after saving his US PGA Tour card by scraping into the rich playoff series in last spot. It took a bogey, bogey finish from American Heath...
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ARTS - NEW Zealand being a blip on the international art radar Gisborne should, logically, be a blip upon a blip — except there’s a big noise coming from this small city. That’s all thanks to local...
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High hopes: Investors take aim at Canada’s mariju...
Paul Rosen, CEO of PharmaCan Capital, has visited dozens of medical marijuana firms to decide which one to invest in. (Peter Power For The Globe and Mail) The question flickered through Paul Rosen’s...
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The Valley Road: Web.com Tour players have two we...
The bubble boys have two weeks to burst or move up on the Web.com Tour. This week's News-Sentinel Open in Knoxville, Tenn., and next week's WinCo Foods Portland Open will determine the final...
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Hawke's Bay businesses show biggest growth – MYOB...
The latest MYOB business monitor survey reveals Hawke's Bay is the country’s best performing region. The survey of 1000 business owners and operators found 57% of operaters in the Bay reporting...
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Chalmers PGA spot on the line
Former US Open champion Geoff Ogilvy is in serious danger of missing the US PGA tour playoffs for the first time but at least, unlike under pressure Greg Chalmers, his job next year is safe. Ogilvy...
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