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Internationals come up just short in Junior Presidents Cup

Victoria - The United States Team fended off a feisty challenge from the International Team on Monday to win the ...

McIlroy turns down spot in Saudi tournament

Los Angeles - Rory McIlroy confirmed on Monday he had turned down the chance to play in next month's European ...

I'm no cheat, says US golfer Reed after penalty row

Melbourne - Former Masters champion Patrick Reed denied he was a cheat on Tuesday after being penalised for improving his ...

Bok duo to learn fate after failing drug tests

Cape Town - Springboks Aphiwe Dyantyi and Chiliboy Ralepelle will learn their fate early in 2020 after testing positive for ...

Coimbatore-bound IndiGo flight suffers technical snag in Chennai

Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu) [India], Dec 10 (ANI): A Coimbatore bound Indigo flight suffered a technical snag on Tuesday just hours ...

P12.5-M PRDP-funded warehouse to rise in Mallig

DA -2 Executive Director Narciso Edillo leads the groundbreaking of the warehouse cum dryer construction held in Mallig, Isabela. The ...

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A Critique of Ferguson and Maxwell

I have already written a short critique of the majority ruling, and here I wish to expand some of its ...

Internationals come up just short in Junior Presidents Cup

Victoria - The United States Team fended off a feisty challenge from the International Team on Monday to win the ...

NZ face day-night challenge as Australia series begins

Perth - Kane Williamson's New Zealand know they need to re-adapt quickly to the nuances of day-night cricket to have ...

I'm no cheat, says US golfer Reed after penalty row

Melbourne - Former Masters champion Patrick Reed denied he was a cheat on Tuesday after being penalised for improving his ...

Why the profit motive fails in education

The Morrison government's waiving of almost A$500 million in dodgy vocational education and training debts holds many lessons about the ...

Unlawful metadata access is easy when we're flogging a dead law

After watching this year's media raids and the prosecution of lawyers and whistleblowers, it's not hard to see why Australians ...

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