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2015/07/30 18:20
2015/07/30 18:20
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Watch: That incident replayed Defence coach Edwards says the nature of that loss still rankles with them and serves as inspiration as they look to embark on this year’s global campaign. He maintains...
2015/07/30 18:20
2015/07/30 18:20
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2015/07/30 15:20
2015/07/30 15:20
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Warren Gatland has just returned from Wales’ second training camp in the heat of Qatar, where his players were pushed to their physical and mental limits. Now he turns his attention to next week’s...
2015/07/29 09:29
2015/07/29 09:29
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Senior BA crew member Justin Cox and family at Heathrow airport terminal Only six years ago, British Airways had strong plans for Uganda. By late 2009, the airline had increased its flights from...
2015/07/27 15:39
2015/07/27 15:39
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As the International Olympic Committee prepares to choose between Beijing (China) and Almaty (Kazakhstan) as the host of the 2022 Winter Olympics, a new report shows that the cost of last year's Games...
2015/07/27 12:29
2015/07/27 12:29
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Uganda's preparations for the 2015 Netball World Cup that rolls off in eleven days' time have been nothing short of a rollercoaster ride. We have witnessed incidents of courage, controversy and some...
2015/07/27 08:23
2015/07/27 08:23
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An increasing depth of talent in teams taking part in the 2015 Rugby World Cup will make for a more even and thus more credible tournament, believes ODT Online rugby writer Jeff Cheshire. Slowly but...
2015/07/26 18:29
2015/07/26 18:29
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It is saddening that after 35 years, Zimbabwe's Warriors were for the first time not in the hat for the football World Cup draw after failing to settle a paltry $81 000 debt owed to Brazilian coach...
2015/07/26 14:09
2015/07/26 14:09
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What is less fair – without solid evidence, anyway – is the continued whispering campaign against Chris Froome. It was the Kenyan-born rider's misfortune that he was the first champion of the...
2015/07/26 08:38
2015/07/26 08:38
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... World Cup to show an open Russia: Putin President Vladimir Putin has said the football World Cup to be held in Russia in 2018 was a good opportunity to show the world an open and multifaceted...
2015/07/22 16:09
2015/07/22 16:09
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He added: “We’re probably looking at a cost of something like £1m in 2016 and then a couple of million per year thereafter.” Numis analyst Douglas Jack praised Marston’s “sensible approach” to the...
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2015/07/20 16:25
2015/07/20 16:25
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Australia reign as 50-over and T20 world champions but England are hoping to maintain their Ashes supremacy for the third series running Pound for pound, it is arguably the keenest rivalry in sport....
2015/07/20 05:48
2015/07/20 05:48
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A giant rope is to envelop a border town’s historic landmarks as part of its celebrations of nine centuries. The Great Performing Rope Project, part of the Berwick 900 Festival and a way of...
2015/07/20 04:26
2015/07/20 04:26
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North Korea's Kim Jong-un exporting 90,000 slave labourers worth $2 billion to fund nuclear program For years North Korea generated hard currency by illicit means, such as arms sales, drug smuggling...
2015/07/19 17:16
2015/07/19 17:16
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Auckland Council does not allow on-licence trading within the CBD between 4am and 8am. Photo / File Auckland Council will be cracking down on bars that want to screen Rugby World Cup games after...
2015/07/16 22:15
2015/07/16 22:15
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Stadium ready? Check. Equipment working, check. Crowd dancing, double check. An international volleyball event testing Rio de Janeiro's readiness to host the 2016 Olympics got off to a flawless start...
2015/07/14 19:50
2015/07/14 19:50
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DUBAI/BEIRUT Young Iranian men and women danced in streets in parts of Tehran and motorists honked car horns to cheer an historic nuclear accord with world powers they hope will end years of economic...
2015/07/14 19:28
2015/07/14 19:28
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Sydney company director Rod McGeoch has hit out at BHP ­Billiton for using a Singapore company to structure its tax ­arrangements and called for major Australian companies to drop artificial tax...
2015/07/10 16:18
2015/07/10 16:18
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Beijing: In the end, the downfall of Guo Meimei, widely considered China’s most brazen “professional mistress”, came through the same means she achieved fame and notoriety – an indiscriminate series...
2015/07/10 15:31
2015/07/10 15:31
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2015/07/09 20:49
2015/07/09 20:49
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Football (soccer) over the years has become the most popular sport in the world. It is played in over 200 countries and no other sport has managed to achieve such a fan following. In the early part of...
2015/07/30 18:20
2015/07/30 18:20
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