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ESPN.co.uk
Durban to become first African host of Commonwealth Games in 2022 Durban has been announced as the host city for the 2022 Commonwealth Games
Durban to become first African host of Commonwealth Games in 2022
ESPN.co.uk / Posted yesterday
Durban has been announced as the host city for the 2022 Commonwealth Games - the first time any African country has... Read more
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The Hindu
2022 Commonwealth Games awarded to DurbanDurban will host the 2022 Commonwealth Games, becoming the first African city t
2022 Commonwealth Games awarded to Durban
The Hindu / Posted yesterday
Durban will host the 2022 Commonwealth Games, becoming the first African city to be awarded the multi-sports event. The 71 nations and territories of the Commonwealth Games Federation made the decision unanimously on Wednesday after receiving... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Durban to host 2022 Comm GamesDurban's bid to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games is formally presented. Photo /
Durban to host 2022 Comm Games
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
Durban's bid to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games is formally presented. Photo / Getty Durban has today been confirmed as host city for the 2022 Commonwealth Games. It will be the first time the quadrennial Games have been hosted on the African... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Pick all 48 World Cup results and win a cool $1 millionTAB Bookmaker Mark Stafford with $1,000,000.00 dollars that the New Zealand TAB
Pick all 48 World Cup results and win a cool $1 million
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
TAB Bookmaker Mark Stafford with $1,000,000.00 dollars that the New Zealand TAB has offered as winnings if one punter can pick the winning draw of the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Photo / Greg Bowker Rugby buffs around the country have a shot at turning... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Pick all 48 World Cup results and win a cool $1 millionTAB Bookmaker Mark Stafford with $1,000,000.00 dollars that the New Zealand TAB
Pick all 48 World Cup results and win a cool $1 million
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
TAB Bookmaker Mark Stafford with $1,000,000.00 dollars that the New Zealand TAB has offered as winnings if one punter can pick the winning draw of the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Photo / Greg Bowker Rugby buffs around the country have a shot at turning... Read more
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Quartz
Commuters, unite! Why cities around the world need to design better routes to workCommutes are getting longer all across the world, and as the 2014 transit fare
Commuters, unite! Why cities around the world need to design better routes to work
Quartz / Posted 3 days ago
Commutes are getting longer all across the world, and as the 2014 transit fare protests in Brazil underscored, they are left ignored at a politician’s peril. Increasingly, commuters are banding together—despite the political chasm they exist in—to... Read more
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The Standard
Wanda acquires Ironman triathlon organizer in US$650m dealThe deal for the World Triathlon Corporation comes after Wanda bought a stake i
Wanda acquires Ironman triathlon organizer in US$650m deal
The Standard / Posted 7 days ago
The deal for the World Triathlon Corporation comes after Wanda bought a stake in Spanish football club Atletico Madrid and spent more than a billion euros on Swiss sports marketing group Infront. Wanda chairman Wang Jianlin has built the company... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Paddy Power should have put a wager on its own merger with BetfairThe merger news prompted some online banter between the new partners. The Iris
Paddy Power should have put a wager on its own merger with Betfair
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
The merger news prompted some online banter between the new partners. The Irish gambling company has built up a reputation for its outspoken and often controversial social media and marketing campaigns. In April, the Irish betting firm was forced... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Tony Hall: BBC licensing cuts would cost the economy 32,000 jobsCutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's
Tony Hall: BBC licensing cuts would cost the economy 32,000 jobs
EveningTimes Online / Posted 8 days ago
Cutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's director general has warned. Tony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV producers, suppliers and studios across the country. And he... Read more
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heraldscotland
Tony Hall: BBC licensing cuts would cost the economy 32,000 jobsIt comes ahead of a speech at the Edinburgh International Television Festival b
Tony Hall: BBC licensing cuts would cost the economy 32,000 jobs
heraldscotland / Posted 8 days ago
It comes ahead of a speech at the Edinburgh International Television Festival by Culture Secretary John Whittingdale, who has said a review of the BBC's royal charter will consider whether it should be "all things to all people" or have a more... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony HallCutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
Cutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's director general has warned. Tony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV producers, suppliers and studios across the country. And he... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony HallCutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 8 days ago
Cutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's director general has warned. Tony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV producers, suppliers and studios across the country. And he... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony HallCutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
Cutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's director general has warned. Tony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV producers, suppliers and studios across the country. And he... Read more
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Northern Echo
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony HallIt comes ahead of a speech at the Edinburgh International Television Festival b
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
Northern Echo / Posted 8 days ago
It comes ahead of a speech at the Edinburgh International Television Festival by Culture Secretary John Whittingdale, who has said a review of the BBC's royal charter will consider whether it should be "all things to all people" or have a more... Read more
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Shropshire Star
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall « Shropshire StarTony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 8 days ago
Tony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV producers, suppliers and studios across the country. And he claimed that a "significant chunk" of money spent on creating hit British shows like Happy Valley, Luther,... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony HallCutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
Kingston Guardian / Posted 8 days ago
Cutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's director general has warned. Tony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV producers, suppliers and studios across the country. And he... Read more
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Oxford Mail
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony HallCutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
Oxford Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Cutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's director general has warned. Tony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV producers, suppliers and studios across the country. And he... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony HallCutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
Streatham Guardian / Posted 8 days ago
Cutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's director general has warned. Tony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV producers, suppliers and studios across the country. And he... Read more
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Bury Times
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony HallCutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
Bury Times / Posted 8 days ago
Cutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's director general has warned. Tony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV producers, suppliers and studios across the country. And he... Read more
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Gazette
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony HallCutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
Cutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's director general has warned. Tony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV producers, suppliers and studios across the country. And he... Read more
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guardian-series
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony HallCutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
guardian-series / Posted 8 days ago
Cutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's director general has warned. Tony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV producers, suppliers and studios across the country. And he... Read more
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Harrow Times
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony HallCutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
Harrow Times / Posted 8 days ago
Cutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's director general has warned. Tony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV producers, suppliers and studios across the country. And he... Read more
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Gazette News
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony HallCutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
Gazette News / Posted 8 days ago
Cutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's director general has warned. Tony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV producers, suppliers and studios across the country. And he... Read more
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This is West Country
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony HallCutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
This is West Country / Posted 8 days ago
Cutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's director general has warned. Tony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV producers, suppliers and studios across the country. And he... Read more
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Bolton News
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony HallCutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
Bolton News / Posted 8 days ago
Cutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's director general has warned. Tony Hall said that a 25% reduction to the licence fee would hit independent TV producers, suppliers and studios across the country. And he... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall BBC director general Tony Hall said there was a strong TV industry in the UK
BBC licence fee cuts would cost economy 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
BBC director general Tony Hall said there was a strong TV industry in the UK Cutting the BBC's funding could cost the economy 32,000 jobs, the corporation's director general has... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Doping Cloud Casts Shadow Over World Athletics Championships in BeijingTwo years ago in Moscow, the key message from the opening ceremony was Russia's
Doping Cloud Casts Shadow Over World Athletics Championships in Beijing
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
Two years ago in Moscow, the key message from the opening ceremony was Russia's offerings to world culture. There were heavyweights from music, science and literature who had all made a contribution. The history lesson, though instructive, appeared... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Peak Experience At the Mountain Lodge'Come and touch the sky' is the invitation on a sign on the way up to the Seren
Peak Experience At the Mountain Lodge
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
'Come and touch the sky' is the invitation on a sign on the way up to the Serena Mountain Lodge after the drive from Karatina and up the forested southern slopes of Mt Kenya. True, you are quite high up there - over 7,000 feet higher than Mombasa... Read more
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Aljazeera
Is WWE really a global phenomenon?WWE, the World Wrestling Entertainment, calls itself a global phenomenon in spo
Is WWE really a global phenomenon?
Aljazeera / Posted 11 days ago
WWE, the World Wrestling Entertainment, calls itself a global phenomenon in sports and entertainment. Leading up to one of their biggest events of the year, the Summerslam 2015, Al Jazeera compares different aspects of that claim and also its... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Swiss Fifa inquiry receives over 100 'suspicious activity' Authorities received reports of suspicious activity linked to Russia & Qatar
Swiss Fifa inquiry receives over 100 'suspicious activity'
Eye Witness News / Posted 12 days ago
Authorities received reports of suspicious activity linked to Russia & Qatar hosting the tournaments. FILE: Fifa president Sepp Blatter gestures during a press conference at the football’s... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Swiss FIFA inquiry receives more than 100 'suspicious activity' reportsZURICH: Swiss authorities have received more than 100 reports of suspicious fin
Swiss FIFA inquiry receives more than 100 'suspicious activity' reports
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 days ago
ZURICH: Swiss authorities have received more than 100 reports of suspicious financial activity linked to FIFA's decisions to let Russia and Qatar host the 2018 and 2022 World Cup tournaments, the Swiss attorney general's office said on... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Swiss FIFA inquiry receives more than 100 ‘suspicious activity’ reports Published: 22 August 2015 7:20 PM Swiss authorities have received more than
Swiss FIFA inquiry receives more than 100 ‘suspicious activity’ reports
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 12 days ago
Published: 22 August 2015 7:20 PM Swiss authorities have received more than 100 reports of suspicious financial activity linked to FIFA's decisions to let Russia and Qatar host... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
Swiss FIFA inquiry receives more than 100 'suspicious activity' reportsFIFA President Sepp Blatter arrives for a news conference aside of the so-calle
Swiss FIFA inquiry receives more than 100 'suspicious activity' reports
Reuters Sports News / Posted 12 days ago
FIFA President Sepp Blatter arrives for a news conference aside of the so-called ''Sepp Blatter tournament'' in Blatter's home-town Ulrichen, Switzerland, August 22, 2015. ZURICH Swiss authorities have received more than 100 reports of suspicious... Read more
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Independent
Ashes 2015: Alastair Cook not the only one to be caught in The Oval mindwarpFor much of the first day at least this was a contest going through the motions
Ashes 2015: Alastair Cook not the only one to be caught in The Oval mindwarp
Independent / Posted 13 days ago
For much of the first day at least this was a contest going through the motions, a match played in the spirit of a third-place play-off at the football World Cup. The series decided, it could never quite escape those circumstances. It just didn’t... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Practical political solutionMost of the All Black games at the World Cup in Britain are outside the maximum
Practical political solution
Otago Daily Times / Posted 22 days ago
Most of the All Black games at the World Cup in Britain are outside the maximum default hours of 8am to 4am, leaving bars having to apply for special licences to open for the rugby matches. The Government stepped in after the Green Party vetoed the... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Liquor laws to be changed for RWCMr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about dr
Liquor laws to be changed for RWC
Otago Daily Times / Posted 22 days ago
Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about drafting a bill which would allow all bars to open outside of normal hours for some of the tournament's matches. The bill would have a short consultation period to allow... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupTHE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to st
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 22 days ago
THE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about... Read more
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Queensland Times
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupTHE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to st
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
Queensland Times / Posted 22 days ago
THE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupTHE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to st
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 22 days ago
THE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about... Read more
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News Mail
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupTHE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to st
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
News Mail / Posted 22 days ago
THE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about... Read more
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Daily Examiner
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupTHE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to st
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
Daily Examiner / Posted 22 days ago
THE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about... Read more
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Northern Star
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupTHE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to st
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
Northern Star / Posted 22 days ago
THE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupTHE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to st
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
The Daily Mercury / Posted 22 days ago
THE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Bar's open: John Key changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupThe Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for
Bar's open: John Key changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 22 days ago
The Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about drafting a bill... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Bar's open: John Key changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupThe Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for
Bar's open: John Key changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 22 days ago
The Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games: Key. The Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Mexico: Out for the countIt may not be politically correct, but lucha libre is hilarious, finds Calum He
Mexico: Out for the count
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 23 days ago
It may not be politically correct, but lucha libre is hilarious, finds Calum Henderson. If you expect subtlety and political correctness at Mexico's lucha libre you're at the wrong match. Photo / Calum Henderson Shocker is getting a hiding. Slumped... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Foreign steelbands challenge T&T’s finestThe invasion of foreign steelband musicians has spread nationwide. The Internat
Foreign steelbands challenge T&T’s finest
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 27 days ago
The invasion of foreign steelband musicians has spread nationwide. The International Conference & Panorama (ICP), Sunday’s competition, at the Queen’s Park Savannah at 3 pm, is expected to be a firecracker of an event. A dozen of the top overseas... Read more
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heraldscotland
Aggreko cutting around 600 jobs as part of £80m cost cutting driveIt had previously warned of falling profits as a result of weaker oil and gas m
Aggreko cutting around 600 jobs as part of £80m cost cutting drive
heraldscotland / Posted 27 days ago
It had previously warned of falling profits as a result of weaker oil and gas markets in North America, a lower than expected renewal price on a contract in Bangladesh and ongoing security problems in Yemen affecting utilisation of kit installed... Read more
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Sports Business Daily
Rio De Janeiro Confident A Year Before Olympic Games, But Questions RemainBrazil's economy "is heading for recession, the president is threatened with im
Rio De Janeiro Confident A Year Before Olympic Games, But Questions Remain
Sports Business Daily / Posted 28 days ago
Brazil's economy "is heading for recession, the president is threatened with impeachment and a huge corruption scandal has engulfed the nation but Rio is riding a wave of confidence in its preparations to host the Olympics next year," according to... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Rio confident a year before Games but questions remainBrazil's President Dilma Rousseff looks at an Olympic Torch model during a cere
Rio confident a year before Games but questions remain
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 29 days ago
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff looks at an Olympic Torch model during a ceremony where the Rio Organizing Committee presented the torch and relay route for the Rio 2016 Games in Brasilia, Brazil, July 3, 2015. RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil's economy is... Read more
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