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Otago Daily Times: Aaron Cruden will make his long-awaited return to the All Blacks in Chicago, with the selectors likely to take a conservative approach to Dan Carter's rehabilitation from injury. Cruden will probably start at first-five against the USA Eagles at what will be a...
noodls: (Source: PGA Tour Inc) Chile's BenjaminAlvarado has traveled many roads and none have been flat. It hasn't been easy, he admits. And it has hurt. But, as up, down and winding as his roads have been, Alvarado remains certain the benefits from his challenged,...
The Australian: KURTLEY Beale has escaped with a $45,000 fine and is expected to join the spring tour with the Wallabies following a sensational tribunal hearing that cast serious doubt on allegations made against him by the team’s former business manager Di Patston....
The Guardian: The remote island of South Georgia – where explorer Ernest Shackleton found refuge – is among nine new locations mapped by Google Trekker technology ...
Bloomberg: Ten months after Uruguay became the first nation to legalize the sale of marijuana, this weekend’s presidential elections may decide whether the groundbreaking measure ever comes into practice. Polls show the vote will probably go to a second round on Nov. 30...
Huffington Post: V. S. Gaitonde: Painting as Process, Painting as Life will be on view at The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York from October 24, 2014-February 11, 2015. For details consult the museum website. Among American museums, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in...
The Daily Beast: The Argentinian literary genius married at the age of 68. It was not a wise move, but then Borges was never known for wise moves except when writing. In 1967, Jorge Luis Borges, 68 years old and almost entirely blind, stunned his family and friends by marrying...
The Columbus Dispatch: VATICAN CITY — They say you can feast like a king, and now you can eat like a pope after a young chef from the...
noodls: (Source: UNSW - The University of New South Wales) OPINION: "Where were you when Gough was sacked?" This of course refers to Remembrance Day, 11 November, 1975, when the elected prime minister Gough Whitlam was sacked by Governor-General Sir John Kerr in...
Canberra Times: Is Kurtley Beale about to use up his last chance? Photo: Getty ImagesWallabies players may have held a "truth session" to clear the air in the lead up to the third Bledisloe Cup match, but Friday's disciplinary hearing into the Kurtley Beale affair...
Star Telegram: McClatchy Foreign Staff IGUALA, Mexico — In what some critics believe is a political miscalculation, PresidentEnrique Pena Nieto’s government has mustered only tepid action to resolve the case of 43 missing student teachers who disappeared nearly...
noodls: (Source: USGBC - US Green Building Council) 'LEED in Motion: Retail' report also reveals nearly  8,000 retailers worldwide participate in LEED Washington, D.C - (Oct. 23, 2014) -- The U.S.Green Building Council (USGBC) announced today a new report...
The Dallas Morning News: By MEGANRYAN / Staff Writer FRISCO — Bustling crowds and the smell of grilling food are familiar on Toyota Stadium’s concourse during FC Dallas games. But anyone who stops by midweek around noon will hear American Top 40 music and Latin American standards...
noodls: (Source: ATP Tour Inc) 2014 ATPWORLD TOUR AWARDS PRESENTED BY MOET AND CHANDON London, U.K. by ATP Staff  |  23.10.2014 The ComebackPlayer of the YearAward recognises those players who have overcome injury/illness in re-establishing themselves as...