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Cabrera Bello and Sam Brazel in Tie for the Lead at UBS Hong Kong Open

cabrera bello and sam brazel in tie for the lead at ubs hong kong open
HONG KONG—After 3 days of play Rafa Cabera Bello of Spain and Sam Brazel of Australia are tied at the top of the leaderboard on 11 under par to start the final day. Overnight leader Cabrera Bello..
Epoch Times Also reported by •FOX SportsNew Zealand HeraldUSATODAY.com

British widower whose husband died on their Australian honeymoon welcomes law change which means their marriage will be recognised on his death certificate 

british widower whose husband died on their australian honeymoon welcomes law change which means their marriage will be recognised on his death certificate 
Authorities in South Australia have agreed to change the law so that Marco Bulmer-Rizzi from Tyne and Wear will be formally recognised as the husband of his late partner David, 32.

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News video: Coldplay Calls Couple on Stage for Emotional Proposal in Melbourne

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Coldplay singer Chris Martin interrupted a song at a show in Melbourne, Australia, on December 9 to bring a couple on stage for an emotional marriage proposal.“Stop the song,” Martin is heard..
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News video: Fatal accident theme park reopens

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The Dreamworld theme park in Australia has reopened for business after October's deadly ride accident which killed four people. Paul Chapman reports.
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News video: Trump Sends Chill Though Corporate Mexico

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Business leaders have told Reuters since the Nov. 8 election, Donald Trump's threats to battle Mexico over trade, investment and jobs have pushed a growing number of companies operating in the country..
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News video: Researchers Have Found Some Plants Can Actually 'Learn New Habits'

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Animals are considered the only living beings capable of associative learning, but new research led by the University of Western Australia has found that plants can also "...learn about their..
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Human Rights Day: Bloch activists across world protest against Pakistan, China

To mark International Human Rights Day, Baloch political activists across world - including the U.K., Canada, Australia, South Korea, Germany and many other European nations - held protests
Sify Also reported by •ANI News

The Violent Costs of the Global Palm-Oil Boom

Just after nine o’clock on a Tuesday morning in June, an environmental activist named Bill Kayong was shot and killed while sitting in his pickup truck, waiting for a traffic light to change in the..
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Pacific nations lose shortwave radio services that evade dictators and warn of natural disasters

US Geological Survey Alexandra Wake, RMIT University As a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck off the coast of the Solomon Islands, triggering a tsunami warning across the Pacific, many residents of the..
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Arnold Zable: Greek tale a chance to reflect upon immigration in Australia

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Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Christmas Day cricket an ‘intrusive venture’, churches say

CHURCHES in South Australia hopes to keep cricket out of the most celebrated holy day.
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Australia wins two gold in sailing

Jason Waterhouse and Lisa Darmanin raced together in the Nacra 17 class at the Melbourne sailing World Cup for the first time since their Rio silver.

Steve Smith just can&#039;t stop taking blinders, here&#039;s Australian captain&#039;s another flying catch – Watch Video

Australia defeated New Zealand by 117 runs in the 3rd one-day international to complete a 3-0 whitewash in the series.
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India v/s England | Junior Hockey World Cup: Live Streaming and where to watch in India

*India v/s England* *Time: 6 pm (IST - Saturday)* *On TV: Star Sports 4 and Star Sports HD 4* *Live Streaming: Hotstar.com* Their campaign off to a rampaging start, India colts would look..

Sport24.co.za | Cabrera Bello, Brazel share lead in Hong Kong

Sam Brazel of Australia shot a 67 in the third round of the Hong Kong Open to share the lead with Rafa Cabrera Bello of Spain.
News24 Also reported by •FOX SportsNew Zealand HeraldUSATODAY.com

Jeff Horn on course for Manny Pacquiao after big win

Australia's brightest boxing talent Jeff Horn has taken a huge step towards a dream date with Manny Pacquiao after a crushing win over South African veteran Ali Funeka on Saturday night in Auckland.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

World Cup winner Trevor Woodman thinks England can top 2003 side

world cup winner trevor woodman thinks england can top 2003 side
Gloucester forwards coach Trevor Woodman believes England have the potential to go onto greater things than the World Cup winning squad he was involved with.England equalled the record-winning run of..
Gloucestershire Echo Also reported by •Gloucester CitizenStroud Life

Moves to clean-up at the beachhead

MOMENTUM is growing to reduce plastic waste in Tasmania, with moves to Clean Up Australia Day celebrations at Kingston Beach.

Australia v Pakistan: Peter Handscomb asks for help to deal with Gabba pink ball

Peter Handscomb says he will talk to fellow Australian batsmen Usman Khawaja and David Warner to try to get a greater appreciation of how the pink ball behaves in day-night cricket at the Gabba.
Brisbane Times

Wahab Riaz reveals Pak's `trump card` against Aussies

[Australia], Dec.9 (ANI): Pakistan fast bowler Wahab Riaz believes leg-spinner Yasir Shah, who is currently recovering from a back injury, will be the national side's `trump card` in the

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