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Sydney Morning Herald
Tuggeranong Vikings search for new coach after Tim Sampson joins Western Forcebut they will play a series of matches throughout the year, understood to be ag
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
but they will play a series of matches throughout the year, understood to be against the likes of the Crusaders, Rebels, Fiji, Tonga and Samoa. The IPRC is yet to get a final tick of approval from Rugby Australia. With Australia now fielding... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The Fitz Files: Super Rugby needs to recapture the magicbut this year, just before their season starts, a dedicated group of players an
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 hours ago
but this year, just before their season starts, a dedicated group of players and support crew will travel to Savusavu in Fiji to work for a week, helping them recover from the devastation of Cyclone Winston, which among other things knocked out... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tony Newstead, expert in telecoms and the trumpetinfrastructure and involved travel to the largest borrowers, from India, Iran a
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
infrastructure and involved travel to the largest borrowers, from India, Iran and Thailand to smaller projects in Fiji and Costa Rica. After the sudden death of his wife Pauline in 1969, Tony met Njoman Soelaksmi from Bali, a recent... Read more
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The Age
Tony Newstead, expert in telecoms and the trumpetinfrastructure and involved travel to the largest borrowers, from India, Iran a
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
infrastructure and involved travel to the largest borrowers, from India, Iran and Thailand to smaller projects in Fiji and Costa Rica. After the sudden death of his wife Pauline in 1969, Tony met Njoman Soelaksmi from Bali, a recent... Read more
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World Surf League
Bede Durbidge Fine-Tunes Olympic TalentDuring Durbidge's incredible comeback to competition in 2017, which was punctua
World Surf League / Posted 12 hours ago
During Durbidge's incredible comeback to competition in 2017, which was punctuated with a terrific fifth-place finish in Fiji, the organization approached him with an offer he couldn't refuse: to be an Elite Program Manager for the Australians as... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
Nathan Hughes to start at number eight for England in Calcutta Cup clashremainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 19 hours ago
remainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is unavailable because of a broken arm but the Fijian-born Hughes offers similar ball-carrying threat compared to the lighter and more mobile Simmonds. “Nathan has a key... Read more
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Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal
Nathan Hughes to start at number eight for England in Calcutta Cup clashremainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is
Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal / Posted 19 hours ago
remainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is unavailable because of a broken arm but the Fijian-born Hughes offers similar ball-carrying threat compared to the lighter and more mobile Simmonds. “Nathan has a key... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Nathan Hughes to start at number eight for England in Calcutta Cup clashremainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is
Oxford Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
remainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is unavailable because of a broken arm but the Fijian-born Hughes offers similar ball-carrying threat compared to the lighter and more mobile Simmonds. “Nathan has a key... Read more
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Powys County Times
Nathan Hughes to start at number eight for England in Calcutta Cup clashremainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is
Powys County Times / Posted 19 hours ago
remainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is unavailable because of a broken arm but the Fijian-born Hughes offers similar ball-carrying threat compared to the lighter and more mobile Simmonds. “Nathan has a key... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Nathan Hughes to start at number eight for England in Calcutta Cup clashremainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 19 hours ago
remainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is unavailable because of a broken arm but the Fijian-born Hughes offers similar ball-carrying threat compared to the lighter and more mobile Simmonds. “Nathan has a key... Read more
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Gazette
Nathan Hughes to start at number eight for England in Calcutta Cup clashremainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is
Gazette / Posted 19 hours ago
remainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is unavailable because of a broken arm but the Fijian-born Hughes offers similar ball-carrying threat compared to the lighter and more mobile Simmonds. “Nathan has a key... Read more
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guardian-series
Nathan Hughes to start at number eight for England in Calcutta Cup clashremainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is
guardian-series / Posted 19 hours ago
remainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is unavailable because of a broken arm but the Fijian-born Hughes offers similar ball-carrying threat compared to the lighter and more mobile Simmonds. “Nathan has a key... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Nathan Hughes to start at number eight for England in Calcutta Cup clashremainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 19 hours ago
remainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is unavailable because of a broken arm but the Fijian-born Hughes offers similar ball-carrying threat compared to the lighter and more mobile Simmonds. “Nathan has a key... Read more
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Harrow Times
Nathan Hughes to start at number eight for England in Calcutta Cup clashremainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is
Harrow Times / Posted 19 hours ago
remainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is unavailable because of a broken arm but the Fijian-born Hughes offers similar ball-carrying threat compared to the lighter and more mobile Simmonds. “Nathan has a key... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Nathan Hughes to start at number eight for England in Calcutta Cup clashremainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 19 hours ago
remainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is unavailable because of a broken arm but the Fijian-born Hughes offers similar ball-carrying threat compared to the lighter and more mobile Simmonds. “Nathan has a key... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Nathan Hughes to start at number eight for England in Calcutta Cup clashremainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 19 hours ago
remainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is unavailable because of a broken arm but the Fijian-born Hughes offers similar ball-carrying threat compared to the lighter and more mobile Simmonds. “Nathan has a key... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Nathan Hughes to start at number eight for England in Calcutta Cup clashremainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is
EveningTimes Online / Posted 19 hours ago
remainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is unavailable because of a broken arm but the Fijian-born Hughes offers similar ball-carrying threat compared to the lighter and more mobile Simmonds. “Nathan has a key... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
Nathan Hughes to start at number eight for England in Calcutta Cup clashremainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 19 hours ago
remainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is unavailable because of a broken arm but the Fijian-born Hughes offers similar ball-carrying threat compared to the lighter and more mobile Simmonds. “Nathan has a key... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
Nathan Hughes to start at number eight for England in Calcutta Cup clashremainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 19 hours ago
remainder of the Six Nations. Billy Vunipola, first choice in the position, is unavailable because of a broken arm but the Fijian-born Hughes offers similar ball-carrying threat compared to the lighter and more mobile Simmonds. “Nathan has a key... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Star Players' Return Has Kenya 7s Coach Purringthe season," said Simiyu. Shujaa, who jet out of the country on Saturday for t
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
the season," said Simiyu. Shujaa, who jet out of the country on Saturday for the USA, have been grouped in Pool “A” with Fiji, France and Russia for the Las Vegas Sevens due March 2 to 4. They will then cross over to Canada for the Vancouver... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Round 2 Super Rugby teams: Waratahs name bolter at centrewhose return shunts Kane Douglas to the bench, is one of only two changes to th
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
whose return shunts Kane Douglas to the bench, is one of only two changes to the Reds’ team from last week’s win over the Fiji Warriors in their final pre-season trial. The other is forced, with Izaia Perese (knee) replaced on the wing by Eto... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Kenyan Fans in Las Vegas Will Steer Us to Victory - Simiyusemis after losing 21-7 to New Zealand. This time they find themselves in a di
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
semis after losing 21-7 to New Zealand. This time they find themselves in a difficult Pool A alongside Hamilton 7s winners Fiji, France and Russia, but this does not worry Simiyu, who outlined that their strategy is to start on a high. "It's a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Business exec spent millions of employer's money to fund lifestylepurebred dogs for $6,000, hired a maid for $2,500 a month and took trips to Bal
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
purebred dogs for $6,000, hired a maid for $2,500 a month and took trips to Bali, France, Costa Rica, Hawaii, Bora Bora and Fiji. Kennedy also hired a maid for $2,500 a month and paid $8,000 a month for a personal driver Kennedy was fired from... Read more
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The Betoota Advocate
Mathias Cormann's First Act as Acting PM Was To Appoint Jean-Claude Van Damme His Deputywill inject me with the muscle enhancers and somebody will get impaled on somet
The Betoota Advocate / Posted yesterday
will inject me with the muscle enhancers and somebody will get impaled on something.” Cormann laughed. “And if this Fiji-style coup fails to materialise, we’re going to flee to Perth and secede.” The pair then high-fived and told our... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Apollo says the magic has gonethree couples dating from the show, he was tight-lipped about his own relations
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
three couples dating from the show, he was tight-lipped about his own relationship status. Of the experience filming in Fiji, he said: “It was more relaxed, more of a real world dating thing because you’ve got 24 hours a day so if you go on a... Read more
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News.com.au
Apollo says the magic has gonethree couples dating from the show, he was tight-lipped about his own relations
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
three couples dating from the show, he was tight-lipped about his own relationship status. Of the experience filming in Fiji, he said: “It was more relaxed, more of a real world dating thing because you’ve got 24 hours a day so if you go on a... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Apollo says the magic has gonethree couples dating from the show, he was tight-lipped about his own relations
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
three couples dating from the show, he was tight-lipped about his own relationship status. Of the experience filming in Fiji, he said: “It was more relaxed, more of a real world dating thing because you’ve got 24 hours a day so if you go on a... Read more
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NZCity
Category six cyclone rating needed as storms get bigger, New Zealand Climate Minister sayshave been told it could take up to a year to clean up the region. The storm de
NZCity / Posted yesterday
have been told it could take up to a year to clean up the region. The storm devastated Pacific islands including Tonga and Fiji, before dumping large amounts of rain on New Zealand. Cyclone Gita damaged or destroyed about 1,400 homes in Tonga. Mr... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Cyclones are getting so big that New Zealand is considering an extra categorythat would have been given a higher rating if one was available. The storm dev
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
that would have been given a higher rating if one was available. The storm devastated Pacific islands including Tonga and Fiji, before dumping large amounts of rain on New Zealand. Cyclone Gita damaged or destroyed about 1,400 homes in Tonga. Mr... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Silver Ferns head in to campwith the final camp leading straight in to the Taini Jamison Trophy where the S
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
with the final camp leading straight in to the Taini Jamison Trophy where the Silver Ferns will host Jamaica, Malawi and Fiji in a four day tournament before all teams head to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.Silver Ferns Squad: Katrina... Read more
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WA Today
Coca-Cola to cut prices, add marketing fizz to lift profitsprice-to-earnings ratio on the stock," he said. Coca-Cola Amatil posted strong
WA Today / Posted yesterday
price-to-earnings ratio on the stock," he said. Coca-Cola Amatil posted strong earnings performances across New Zealand, Fiji, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, as well as its alcohol and coffee divisions, the company said on Wednesday. Following... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Coca-Cola to cut prices, add marketing fizz to lift profitsprice-to-earnings ratio on the stock," he said. Coca-Cola Amatil posted strong
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
price-to-earnings ratio on the stock," he said. Coca-Cola Amatil posted strong earnings performances across New Zealand, Fiji, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, as well as its alcohol and coffee divisions, the company said on Wednesday. Following... Read more
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WA Today
Coca-Cola to cut prices, spend big on marketing to revive profitsprice-to-earnings ratio on the stock," he said. Coca-Cola Amatil posted strong
WA Today / Posted yesterday
price-to-earnings ratio on the stock," he said. Coca-Cola Amatil posted strong earnings performances across New Zealand, Fiji, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, as well as its alcohol and coffee divisions, the company said on Wednesday. Following... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tim Sampson poached by Andrew Forrest to become Western Force coachthis year. There have been talks for the Force to play the Crusaders and Rebel
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
this year. There have been talks for the Force to play the Crusaders and Rebels as well as Pacific Island teams like Fiji, Samoa and Tonga. The games will be held in Perth and there is likely to be a membership package on offer that... Read more
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Canberra Times
Coca-Cola to cut prices, spend big on marketing to revive profitsprice-to-earnings ratio on the stock," he said. Coca-Cola Amatil posted strong
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
price-to-earnings ratio on the stock," he said. Coca-Cola Amatil posted strong earnings performances across New Zealand, Fiji, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, as well as its alcohol and coffee divisions, the company said on Wednesday. Following... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Coca-Cola to cut prices, spend big on marketing to revive profitsprice-to-earnings ratio on the stock," he said. Coca-Cola Amatil posted strong
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
price-to-earnings ratio on the stock," he said. Coca-Cola Amatil posted strong earnings performances across New Zealand, Fiji, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, as well as its alcohol and coffee divisions, the company said on Wednesday. Following... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Collins Injera, Billy Odhiambo Back in Shujaa Squadpart of the squad in Sydney and Hamilton. Shujaa, under the tutelage of Innoce
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
part of the squad in Sydney and Hamilton. Shujaa, under the tutelage of Innocent Simiyu, have been grouped in Pool A with Fiji, France and Russia for the USA Sevens in Las Vegas from March 2 to 4. Oscar Ouma(Top Fry Nakuru, Captain), Samuel... Read more
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Daily Mail
Megan Marx flaunts her enviable body at the end of her Maldives trippast week Megan has been living it up in luxury at the Kandima resort, sharing
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
past week Megan has been living it up in luxury at the Kandima resort, sharing plenty of snaps from the remote island From Fiji to the Maldives! The leggy blonde recently flaunted her figure in a skimpy white bikini while laying back on a hammock... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cardi B flaunts her assets in throwback snap from her stripping daysYork native, who is engaged to Migos rapper Offset, reportedly opted to remain
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
York native, who is engaged to Migos rapper Offset, reportedly opted to remain in an area by the stage, where she sipped Fiji water while enjoying the bash. Getting hitched: Cardi B is engaged to Migos rapper Offset. they're pictured last week... Read more
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The News and Star
PA Sport Trivia ()born 1954. Devon Malcolm (cricket) – former England paceman, born 1963. Vijay
The News and Star / Posted 2 days ago
born 1954. Devon Malcolm (cricket) – former England paceman, born 1963. Vijay Singh (golf) – former world number one from Fiji, born 1963. Brian Laudrup (soccer) – former Rangers and Denmark winger, born 1969. Shaka Hislop (soccer) – former... Read more
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Whitehaven News
PA Sport Trivia ()born 1954. Devon Malcolm (cricket) – former England paceman, born 1963. Vijay
Whitehaven News / Posted 2 days ago
born 1954. Devon Malcolm (cricket) – former England paceman, born 1963. Vijay Singh (golf) – former world number one from Fiji, born 1963. Brian Laudrup (soccer) – former Rangers and Denmark winger, born 1969. Shaka Hislop (soccer) – former... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
PA Sport Trivia ()born 1954. Devon Malcolm (cricket) – former England paceman, born 1963. Vijay
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 2 days ago
born 1954. Devon Malcolm (cricket) – former England paceman, born 1963. Vijay Singh (golf) – former world number one from Fiji, born 1963. Brian Laudrup (soccer) – former Rangers and Denmark winger, born 1969. Shaka Hislop (soccer) – former... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
PA Sport Trivia ()born 1954. Devon Malcolm (cricket) – former England paceman, born 1963. Vijay
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 2 days ago
born 1954. Devon Malcolm (cricket) – former England paceman, born 1963. Vijay Singh (golf) – former world number one from Fiji, born 1963. Brian Laudrup (soccer) – former Rangers and Denmark winger, born 1969. Shaka Hislop (soccer) – former... Read more
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NZCity
Fit-again Rodda to play Reds' rugby openerwhose return shunts Kane Douglas to the bench, is one of only two changes to th
NZCity / Posted 2 days ago
whose return shunts Kane Douglas to the bench, is one of only two changes to the Reds' team from last week's win over the Fiji Warriors in their final pre-season trial. The other is forced, with Izaia Perese (knee) replaced on the wing by Eto... Read more
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Sabah Daily Express
Skyways expands aircraft service facility in SubangTechnics supplies services and spare parts to virtually all of Asia-Pacific's A
Sabah Daily Express / Posted 2 days ago
Technics supplies services and spare parts to virtually all of Asia-Pacific's ATR operators, including in countries such as Fiji, Vanuatu, Australia, Myanmar, Japan, the Philippines, and Maldives. Skyways Technics has over 30 years of experience in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tim Sampson poached by Andrew Forrest to become Western Force coachthis year. There have been talks for the Force to play the Crusaders and Rebel
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
this year. There have been talks for the Force to play the Crusaders and Rebels as well as Pacific Island teams like Fiji, Samoa and Tonga. The games will be held in Perth and there is likely to be a membership package on offer that... Read more
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TheBull
CC-Amatil improves Aust drinks outlookhe told investors on Wednesday. "That was a big change for us in terms of mark
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
he told investors on Wednesday. "That was a big change for us in terms of market share." The group's other markets - NZ, Fiji, Indonesian, Papua New Guinea and its alcohol and coffee divisions - all reported higher EBIT, including a 30.6 per cent... Read more
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News.com.au
CC-Amatil improves Aust drinks outlookhe told investors on Wednesday. "That was a big change for us in terms of mark
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
he told investors on Wednesday. "That was a big change for us in terms of market share." The group's other markets - NZ, Fiji, Indonesian, Papua New Guinea and its alcohol and coffee divisions - all reported higher EBIT, including a 30.6 per cent... Read more
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News.com.au
Thorn’s monster gamble, Quade’s replacementPerese has been ruled out for six weeks with a partially torn ACL in his right
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
Perese has been ruled out for six weeks with a partially torn ACL in his right knee, suffered in a trial match against the Fiji Warriors last Thursday. Jono Lance will start at five-eighth for the Reds. Picture: QRU/Brendan... Read more
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Australian Food News
Improvement in Australian beverages for CCA's second half FY17(CCA) Managing Director, Alison Watkins, said there were strong earnings perfor
Australian Food News / Posted 2 days ago
(CCA) Managing Director, Alison Watkins, said there were strong earnings performances for the year in New Zealand and Fiji, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, along with CCA’s alcohol and coffee divisions. Despite suffering in the first half,... Read more
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