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PR firm buys Singapore-based Bowlah PR, founded by Longford woman Caroline Bowler... [Read More]
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Former No. 1 draft pick Andrew Bogut confirmed Tuesday that he has retired from the NBA and plans to play the next two seasons in Australia's National Basketball League with the Sydney Kings. The oft-injured Bogut said during a Kings news conference there were "no outs" in his deal if an NBA team should become interested. A 13-year NBA veteran and championship winner, Bogut said he had always intended to come back to Australia and play in the NBL and it was only a question of when and not if. The 33-year-old Bogut, from the University of Utah, revealed... [Read More]
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Good boy, Max! A 17-year-old blue heeler in Queensland, Australia is being hailed a hero after staying by the side of a 3-year-old girl who had been missing for more than 15 hours in the wilderness, according to ABC.net.au. Aurora went missing around 3 p.m. Friday. After several hours without luck, the search party decided to stop for the night. "It was really disheartening when everybody left," said Leisa Bennett, Aurora's grandmother. "We were standing in the darkness... [Read More]
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The Black Ferns will play two trans-Tasman tests against the Wallaroos this year. [Read More]
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Andrew Bogut signing to play professional ball in Australia is no joke.Bogut was introduced on Monday as the newest member of the Sydney Kings of the National Basketball League in Australia. The Aussie native reportedly signed a two-year deal with the team and has made his full commitment to the squad. Reporter Olgun Uluc says Bogut has no outs in his contract that would allow him the ability to leave for the NBA or Europe. What's really interesting is that Uluc reports that Bogut is becoming a minority owner in the team with 10 percent ownership. Bogut has his... [Read More]
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The Black Ferns will play two trans-Tasman tests against the Wallaroos this year. [Read More]
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The spread of a flesh-eating ulcer in parts of Australia is being described as a "rapidly worsening epidemic" and, to make matters worse, researchers say they don't know exactly where it comes from or how it is transmitted. Known as Buruli ulcer, the infectious disease initially appears as a small red lump that resembles a pimple or insect bite, Daniel O'Brien, deputy director of the department of infectious diseases at Barwon Health in Victoria told The Washington Post. [Read More]
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A 12-year-old Australian boy has pulled off a bold feat that is drawing international headlines: He stole his mom's credit card and managed to fly to Bali, Indonesia, for a posh, four-day vacation before getting caught, reports 9 News. As recounted in the Australian program A Current Affair, the boy did some research online and figured out he could fly alone without needing a letter from a parent on Jetstar Airways. He nabbed his mom's credit card,... [Read More]
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A partially blind and deaf dog became a 3-year-old girl's hero and protector when she got lost in the woods in Australia. [Read More]
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A 12-year-old Australian boy ran away from home after getting in a fight with his parents. He stole the family credit card and traveled alone to Bali for vacation. He checked himself into a luxury hotel in Bali, where he stayed for four days before his parents tracked him down. People on the internet had all kinds of reactions to this bizarre story. Millions of tourists flock to Bali, the tropical island destination in Indonesia that is wildly popular for its pristine beaches, thriving nightlife, and rich culture. Recently, Bali attracted a rather unusual tourist: a 12-year-old... [Read More]
* TANDEM DIABETES CARE SAYS ANNOUNCES AGREEMENTS FOR DISTRIBUTION OF INSULIN PUMP PRODUCTS IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:... [Read More]
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Here's what you need to know to start your day. [Read More]
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California will suffer more volatile weather this century with a "whiplash" from drought to rain and mounting risks a repeat of the devastating "Great Flood" of 1862, scientists said on Monday. Climate change, driven by man-made greenhouse gas emissions, would drive more extreme shifts between hot and dry summers and wet winters in the most populous U.S. state, they wrote in the journal Nature Climate Change. Global warming is making California and other regions with similar Mediterranean-style climates, from southern Europe to parts of Australia, drier and warmer in summer, said lead author... [Read More]
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Israel Folau is threatening team harmony and Rugby Australia "should let him go and he can become someone else's problem". [Read More]
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Christopher Michel/Flickr World Penguin Day is coming up on April 25, and INSIDER has you covered with some fascinating penguin trivia. From one-foot-tall blue penguins, the world's smallest species, to gentoo penguins, who can reach speeds of 22 miles an hour in the water, these black and white avians are as interesting as they are adorable. Here are 23 fascinating things you never knew about penguins. There are at least 17 species of penguins. Brian Gratwicke/Flickr Scientists estimate there are between 17 and 19 species of penguins. You'll find these flightless birds... [Read More]
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A deaf and partially blind family dog is being praised in Australia for keeping a 3-year-old girl safe as she was lost in the cold wilderness for 15 hours. [Read More]
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FCCNN At 117, Nabi Tajima was older than modern-day Australia, and everyone else known to live on the planet. Tajima, born Aug. 4, 1900, in Araki, Japan, and recognized as the... [Read More]
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Peta Murgatroyd was just four-years-old when she began studying ballet. By the time she was ten, she showed enough promise to audition for one of the top ballet schools in her native Australia. "I got in and we made the decision for me to move schools and make sure I could do my academic studies... [Read More]
Philadelphia's six leading average scorers so far in the playoffs, in order are: Ben Simmons, Dario Saric, Joel Embiid, JJ Redick, Marco Belinelli and Ersan Ilyasova. Their homelands: Australia, Croatia, Cameroon, the United States, Italy and Turkey. Philadelphia - a melting pot of humanity for more than 300 years - has a basketball... [Read More]
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You're grounded! A 12-year-old from Australia swiped his parents' credit card, conned his grandma into giving him his passport and then took a joyride – on a flight to Bali, according to reports. The rebellious preteen whose family says doesn't like the word "no" pulled the wild stunt after a heated argument with his mom,... [Read More]
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