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Sportsnet.ca
Flames new arena could be long, drawn out processto include it as part of their grandiose plans, announced in August. The compl
Flames new arena could be long, drawn out process
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 5 days ago
to include it as part of their grandiose plans, announced in August. The complex would include 30,000 seats, a football/soccer field and a 400-metre track. The Flames’ vision includes paying $200 million for the facilities, which would be... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Why Nigerians Love Foreign LeaguesRooney. By Onukogu Kanayochuqu Jubal, Salifu Usman and Taofeek Lawal Every we
Why Nigerians Love Foreign Leagues
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
Rooney. By Onukogu Kanayochuqu Jubal, Salifu Usman and Taofeek Lawal Every weekend during the football season, viewing centres and pubs all over the nation are full, stuffy and rowdy, as Nigerians flock in their hundreds to go watch their... Read more
12d
The Irish Times
From Roche to Rás: why cycling has become cool againand 8.7 per cent of the population respectively participating once a week. Cyc
From Roche to Rás: why cycling has become cool again
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
and 8.7 per cent of the population respectively participating once a week. Cycling is next on 7.1 per cent followed by soccer on 5.2 per cent. It sponsors the hugely successful An Post Cycle Series made up of six sportives around the country... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Constable Steve Redmond, soccer coach – Manitoulin ExpositorOPP detachment at lunchtime when weather permits. It’s also a big part of why h
Constable Steve Redmond, soccer coach – Manitoulin Expositor
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 12 days ago
OPP detachment at lunchtime when weather permits. It’s also a big part of why he’s been a committed volunteer with Island Soccer for the last 10 years. Steve grew up in Kanata, a suburb of Ottawa, and joined the OPP in 1995. In 1999, he and his... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nation Celebrates Uhuruwere also held in the seven administrative districts across the province where
Nation Celebrates Uhuru
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 days ago
were also held in the seven administrative districts across the province where hundreds of people converged at the district centres that were presided over by district administrators. In Masvingo City, proceedings to mark the important day started... Read more
13d
Adelaide Now
Enjoy Adelaide warm spell while it lastsno matter what the temperature, offered some inexpensive fun these school holid
Enjoy Adelaide warm spell while it lasts
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 days ago
no matter what the temperature, offered some inexpensive fun these school holidays. Ms Capogreco’s son Josh kicked the soccer ball around Grange beach on Tuesday, while daughter Jade spent hours building sandcastles. “The kids love it ... it... Read more
15d
Lifehacker Australia
Use A Raspberry Pi To Add Alexa Voice Search To An Old Phoneany more work done by staying late. Pulling your hamstring muscle is a common
Use A Raspberry Pi To Add Alexa Voice Search To An Old Phone
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 15 days ago
any more work done by staying late. Pulling your hamstring muscle is a common injury for anyone who sprints -- including soccer players and runners. Maybe you've already pulled yours. The Nordic Hamstring Protocol, which centres around the... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Reduce Your Risk Of Hamstring Muscle Pulls With This Bodyweight Exerciseenable JavaScript to watch this video. Pulling your hamstring muscle is a comm
Reduce Your Risk Of Hamstring Muscle Pulls With This Bodyweight Exercise
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 15 days ago
enable JavaScript to watch this video. Pulling your hamstring muscle is a common injury for anyone who sprints — including soccer players and runners. Maybe you’ve already pulled yours. The Nordic Hamstring Protocol, which centres around the... Read more
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birminghammail
How the Evening Mail reported Villa's last relegation in May 1987yesterday's match in a niggardly, chip-on-our-shoulders mood and paid for it wh
How the Evening Mail reported Villa's last relegation in May 1987
birminghammail / Posted 15 days ago
yesterday's match in a niggardly, chip-on-our-shoulders mood and paid for it when Lee Chapman and David Hirst picked off centres from Mark Chamberlain to give Wednesday a two-goal lead by the 38th minute. Billy McNeill and Ron Wylie trudge away... Read more
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The Courier
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of Londontoo. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of London
The Courier / Posted 16 days ago
too. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for the city, it seemed, was its famous soccer team and a reputation for music: bands such as Joy Division, New Order, The Smiths, Stone Roses and Oasis all emerged... Read more
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16d
Northern Daily Leader
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of Londontoo. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of London
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 16 days ago
too. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for the city, it seemed, was its famous soccer team and a reputation for music: bands such as Joy Division, New Order, The Smiths, Stone Roses and Oasis all emerged... Read more
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16d
The Young Witness
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of Londontoo. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of London
The Young Witness / Posted 16 days ago
too. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for the city, it seemed, was its famous soccer team and a reputation for music: bands such as Joy Division, New Order, The Smiths, Stone Roses and Oasis all emerged... Read more
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16d
Western Advocate
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of Londontoo. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of London
Western Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
too. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for the city, it seemed, was its famous soccer team and a reputation for music: bands such as Joy Division, New Order, The Smiths, Stone Roses and Oasis all emerged... Read more
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16d
Kiama Independent
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of Londontoo. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of London
Kiama Independent / Posted 16 days ago
too. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for the city, it seemed, was its famous soccer team and a reputation for music: bands such as Joy Division, New Order, The Smiths, Stone Roses and Oasis all emerged... Read more
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16d
Manning River Times
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of Londontoo. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of London
Manning River Times / Posted 16 days ago
too. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for the city, it seemed, was its famous soccer team and a reputation for music: bands such as Joy Division, New Order, The Smiths, Stone Roses and Oasis all emerged... Read more
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16d
Goondiwindi Argus
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of Londontoo. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of London
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 16 days ago
too. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for the city, it seemed, was its famous soccer team and a reputation for music: bands such as Joy Division, New Order, The Smiths, Stone Roses and Oasis all emerged... Read more
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16d
The North West Star
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of Londontoo. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of London
The North West Star / Posted 16 days ago
too. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for the city, it seemed, was its famous soccer team and a reputation for music: bands such as Joy Division, New Order, The Smiths, Stone Roses and Oasis all emerged... Read more
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16d
Daily Liberal
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of Londontoo. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for
Manchester, UK: The new 'cool' capital north of London
Daily Liberal / Posted 16 days ago
too. Manchester became a necropolis of empty buildings. The only thing left for the city, it seemed, was its famous soccer team and a reputation for music: bands such as Joy Division, New Order, The Smiths, Stone Roses and Oasis all emerged... Read more
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17d
The Courier Mail
Hayes name back to where it all started17-year-old, despite only taking up the sport a few years earlier after spendin
Hayes name back to where it all started
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
17-year-old, despite only taking up the sport a few years earlier after spending most of his school years playing rugby and soccer in Hong Kong. But Ben now has his sights firmly fixed on the winning post, rather than the goalposts, as he tries to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Hayes name back to where it all started17-year-old, despite only taking up the sport a few years earlier after spendin
Hayes name back to where it all started
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
17-year-old, despite only taking up the sport a few years earlier after spending most of his school years playing rugby and soccer in Hong Kong. But Ben now has his sights firmly fixed on the winning post, rather than the goalposts, as he tries to... Read more
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The North West Star
Why won’t NRL back Paul Broughton’s China plan?overtures to the world's biggest country, China. On Tuesday, FIFA was overjoye
Why won’t NRL back Paul Broughton’s China plan?
The North West Star / Posted 18 days ago
overtures to the world's biggest country, China. On Tuesday, FIFA was overjoyed the Chinese Government would build 20,000 soccer training centres, 70,000 soccer pitches, have 50 million playing the game by the end of this decade and be a world... Read more
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Squawka
China aims to become “world football superpower” by 2050superpower” that “contributes to the international football world”. Retro foot
China aims to become “world football superpower” by 2050
Squawka / Posted 19 days ago
superpower” that “contributes to the international football world”. Retro football posters: Zoran Lucic's Sucker For Soccer series Similarly, the report sets out targets for the number of pitches and training centres that are to be built in... Read more
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19d
Literary Minded
Why do we say public transport is so important if so few of us use it? –of getting to some activities e.g. sporting events, concerts, night clubs. For
Why do we say public transport is so important if so few of us use it? –
Literary Minded / Posted 19 days ago
of getting to some activities e.g. sporting events, concerts, night clubs. For example, major sporting events like AFL, soccer and rugby are mostly held in or close to the centres of Australian cities. In Melbourne’s case, along with the... Read more
19d
Ghanaweb.com
Kotoko reject Tumu Park for FA Cup tieSoccer News of Tuesday, 12 April 2016 Asante Kotoko have rejected the change i
Kotoko reject Tumu Park for FA Cup tie
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 19 days ago
Soccer News of Tuesday, 12 April 2016 Asante Kotoko have rejected the change in venue for their MTN FA Cup round of 32 match against Real 24 Hours FC this Saturday. The match was originally scheduled to be played at he Wa Sports Stadium but was... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Looking across the river towards a better future300,000 to 400,000 migrant children are living in Thailand. Of those, 34% are i
Looking across the river towards a better future
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 22 days ago
300,000 to 400,000 migrant children are living in Thailand. Of those, 34% are in state schools and 5% in migrant learning centres run by NGOs. The majority, 61%, are not in school. For migrant children in state schools, 30% are enrolled at... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Panama moves to boost transparency after leak furorefindings will be shared with other nations so joint action can be taken to boos
Panama moves to boost transparency after leak furore
Irish Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
findings will be shared with other nations so joint action can be taken to boost transparency in legal and financial centres worldwide. As he takes steps to strengthen controls, Mr Varela defended Panama against what he called a "media... Read more
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Times of Malta
Panama moves to boost transparency amid offshore accounts leak furorefindings will be shared with other nations so joint action can be taken to boos
Panama moves to boost transparency amid offshore accounts leak furore
Times of Malta / Posted 25 days ago
findings will be shared with other nations so joint action can be taken to boost transparency in legal and financial centres worldwide. As he takes steps to strengthen controls, Mr Varela defended Panama against what he called a "media... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Panama moves to boost transparency amid offshore accounts leak furorefindings will be shared with other nations so joint action can be taken to boos
Panama moves to boost transparency amid offshore accounts leak furore
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
findings will be shared with other nations so joint action can be taken to boost transparency in legal and financial centres worldwide. As he takes steps to strengthen controls, Mr Varela defended Panama against what he called a "media... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Ravaged country chases the Special OneHoping to boost its chances of qualifying for the World Cup, the Syrian soccer
Ravaged country chases the Special One
Brisbane Times / Posted 25 days ago
Hoping to boost its chances of qualifying for the World Cup, the Syrian soccer federation says it wants to hire former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho as coach of the war-torn country's national team. Mourinho, who left Chelsea in December, has been... Read more
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The Age
Ravaged country chases the Special OneHoping to boost its chances of qualifying for the World Cup, the Syrian soccer
Ravaged country chases the Special One
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
Hoping to boost its chances of qualifying for the World Cup, the Syrian soccer federation says it wants to hire former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho as coach of the war-torn country's national team. Mourinho, who left Chelsea in December, has been... Read more
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Canberra Times
Ravaged country chases the Special OneHoping to boost its chances of qualifying for the World Cup, the Syrian soccer
Ravaged country chases the Special One
Canberra Times / Posted 25 days ago
Hoping to boost its chances of qualifying for the World Cup, the Syrian soccer federation says it wants to hire former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho as coach of the war-torn country's national team. Mourinho, who left Chelsea in December, has been... Read more
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SportsFan
Syrian soccer federation wants MourinhoHoping to boost its chances of qualifying for the World Cup, the Syrian soccer
Syrian soccer federation wants Mourinho
SportsFan / Posted 25 days ago
Hoping to boost its chances of qualifying for the World Cup, the Syrian soccer federation says it wants to hire former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho as coach of the war-torn country's national team. Mourinho, who left Chelsea in December, has been... Read more
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dna
Tata Motors rolls out much-awaited Tiago at killer price of Rs 3.2 lakhPareek, president, passenger vehicles unit, said: "Tiago is the first car under
Tata Motors rolls out much-awaited Tiago at killer price of Rs 3.2 lakh
dna / Posted 25 days ago
Pareek, president, passenger vehicles unit, said: "Tiago is the first car under the 'Made of Great' campaign with soccer legend Leonel Messi as the global brand face. We are confident that Tiago's distinct character will make it stand out... Read more
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Eye Witness News
#PanamaPapers: More names to be revealed from Africawhich scored a R100 billion oil deal in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Aman
#PanamaPapers: More names to be revealed from Africa
Eye Witness News / Posted 26 days ago
which scored a R100 billion oil deal in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Amanda Potgieter from the African Network of Centres for Investigative Reporting says more names will emerge from the company Zuma is associated with. “Caprikat Limited... Read more
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asianage
Panama Papers: Revelations trigger investigations and denials by accused world-wideof its offshore company owners came from mainland China. Mossack Fonseca’s off
Panama Papers: Revelations trigger investigations and denials by accused world-wide
asianage / Posted 26 days ago
of its offshore company owners came from mainland China. Mossack Fonseca’s offices in China include the major financial centres of Shanghai and Shenzhen, as well as port cities Qingdao and Dalian, but also lesser-known provincial capitals such... Read more
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asianage
Panama Papers Revelations trigger investigations and denials by accused world-wideof its offshore company owners came from mainland China. Mossack Fonseca’s off
Panama Papers Revelations trigger investigations and denials by accused world-wide
asianage / Posted 26 days ago
of its offshore company owners came from mainland China. Mossack Fonseca’s offices in China include the major financial centres of Shanghai and Shenzhen, as well as port cities Qingdao and Dalian, but also lesser-known provincial capitals such... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Figo hopes for another Ronaldo, pits Portugal favourites at Euro 2016a first-ever multi-national Futsal league conceptualised by Indian entrepreneur
Figo hopes for another Ronaldo, pits Portugal favourites at Euro 2016
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 26 days ago
a first-ever multi-national Futsal league conceptualised by Indian entrepreneurs. Futsal, a 5-a-side shorter variant of soccer with two halves of 20 minutes each, is governed by Futsal Association of India (FAI) with accreditation from the... Read more
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Mashable
Is it cheaper to commute to work in your own car, a taxi or an Uber?If you live in one of Australia's urban centres, there are many, many ways you
Is it cheaper to commute to work in your own car, a taxi or an Uber?
Mashable / Posted 27 days ago
If you live in one of Australia's urban centres, there are many, many ways you could get to work. The traffic notwithstanding, there has never been a better time to be a commuter: you can drive, take a taxi, catch an Uber, ride a bike or jump on the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Panama Papers: Probes to follow the paper trail as rich and powerful come under close scrutinyavoided tax or laundered money. Luxury yachts moored in Panama City, one of th
Panama Papers: Probes to follow the paper trail as rich and powerful come under close scrutiny
Irish Examiner / Posted 27 days ago
avoided tax or laundered money. Luxury yachts moored in Panama City, one of the world's most secretive offshore financial centres. The documents detailed schemes involving an array of figures from friends of Russian President Vladimir Putin to... Read more
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WA Today
Wilson Security implicated as Panama Papers exposes Australian tax haven benefactorsThe company entrusted by the Australian government to guard offshore detention
Wilson Security implicated as Panama Papers exposes Australian tax haven benefactors
WA Today / Posted 27 days ago
The company entrusted by the Australian government to guard offshore detention centres, the Defence department and the Tax Office has been implicated in the unprecedented leak of shell company records that exposes the murky world of tax... Read more
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The Age
Wilson Security implicated as Panama Papers exposes Australian tax haven benefactorsThe company entrusted by the Australian government to guard offshore detention
Wilson Security implicated as Panama Papers exposes Australian tax haven benefactors
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
The company entrusted by the Australian government to guard offshore detention centres, the Defence department and the Tax Office has been implicated in the unprecedented leak of shell company records that exposes the murky world of tax... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Wilson Security implicated as Panama Papers exposes Australian tax haven benefactorsThe company entrusted by the Australian government to guard offshore detention
Wilson Security implicated as Panama Papers exposes Australian tax haven benefactors
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
The company entrusted by the Australian government to guard offshore detention centres, the Defence department and the Tax Office has been implicated in the unprecedented leak of shell company records that exposes the murky world of tax... Read more
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Canberra Times
Wilson Security implicated as Panama Papers exposes Australian tax haven benefactorsThe company entrusted by the Australian government to guard offshore detention
Wilson Security implicated as Panama Papers exposes Australian tax haven benefactors
Canberra Times / Posted 27 days ago
The company entrusted by the Australian government to guard offshore detention centres, the Defence department and the Tax Office has been implicated in the unprecedented leak of shell company records that exposes the murky world of tax... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Wilson Security implicated as Panama Papers exposes Australian tax haven benefactorsThe company entrusted by the Australian government to guard offshore detention
Wilson Security implicated as Panama Papers exposes Australian tax haven benefactors
Brisbane Times / Posted 27 days ago
The company entrusted by the Australian government to guard offshore detention centres, the Defence department and the Tax Office has been implicated in the unprecedented leak of shell company records that exposes the murky world of tax... Read more
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The Age
Wilson Security implicated as Panama Papers exposes Australian tax haven benefactorsThe company entrusted by the Australian government to guard offshore detention
Wilson Security implicated as Panama Papers exposes Australian tax haven benefactors
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
The company entrusted by the Australian government to guard offshore detention centres, the Defence department and the Tax Office has been implicated in the unprecedented leak of shell company records that exposes the murky world of tax... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Wilson Security implicated as Panama Papers exposes Australian tax haven benefactorsThe company entrusted by the Australian government to guard offshore detention
Wilson Security implicated as Panama Papers exposes Australian tax haven benefactors
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
The company entrusted by the Australian government to guard offshore detention centres, the Defence department and the Tax Office has been implicated in the unprecedented leak of shell company records that exposes the murky world of tax... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australian company Wilson linked to Hong Kong corruption scandalin July 2012, Wilson Security secured a sub-contract to provide garrison servic
Australian company Wilson linked to Hong Kong corruption scandal
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 28 days ago
in July 2012, Wilson Security secured a sub-contract to provide garrison services for Australia's offshore detention centres on Nauru and Manus Island as well as various other contracts with Defence, The Australian Tax Office and the... Read more
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New Kerala
South Korea news .:. Latest News Update on South Koreaan industry tracker said on Wednesday. Pele sues Samsung for unauthorised use
South Korea news .:. Latest News Update on South Korea
New Kerala / Posted 30 days ago
an industry tracker said on Wednesday. Pele sues Samsung for unauthorised use of his image Chicago, March 30 : Retired soccer great Pele has filed suit in a US federal court in Chicago against South Korean electronic giant Samsung for its use... Read more
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News Mail
Eight reasons why we choose to live heresunrise and sunset, Woodgate looks especially nice at these times, the colours
Eight reasons why we choose to live here
News Mail / Posted a month ago
sunrise and sunset, Woodgate looks especially nice at these times, the colours just pop." See his movie below Child care centres, primary schools, high schools, TAFE and a university. Bundaberg has it all when it comes to education. The... Read more
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The Age
Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid leaves mixed architectural legacyBut many of Hadid's most ambitious projects are still underway, including plans
Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid leaves mixed architectural legacy
The Age / Posted a month ago
But many of Hadid's most ambitious projects are still underway, including plans for a stadium in Qatar to host the 2022 soccer World Cup. Hadid designed the London Aquatics Centre built for the 2012 Olympic Games. Photo: AP Hadid embodied what... Read more
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