Monthly Archives for October, 2019



New Zealand need McCullum at helm to keep winning – Fleming

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Great rivals Australia won the title but for six weeks, the Black Caps displayed an aggressive brand of cricket which earned them eight successive victories and the admiration of millions.

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Former captain Daniel Vettori and seamer Kyle Kills have since retired but Fleming hoped that the 33-year-old McCullum will stick around to continue the "good work".

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Aid cuts hit South Sudan schoolkids: World Vision

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In South Sudan, an average of 129 primary schoolchildren cram into one class.

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And they're the lucky ones.

More than 400,000 children are missing out on primary school altogether, as an estimated 11,000 of them are recruited as child soldiers following another outbreak of fighting and famine.

Despite the worsening crisis, World Vision Australia has had to pull the plug on a Continue reading the story "Aid cuts hit South Sudan schoolkids: World Vision"

Gordon saga used as political football

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The political point-scoring and mud-slinging in Queensland's parliament shows no sign of abating as the Billy Gordon scandal continues.

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The Liberal National Party opposition have ramped up pressure on the state's fledgling Labor government which is scrambling to win over two Katter's Australian Party MPs to hold on to power.

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Former managers say reform vital to England’s World Cup hopes

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Glenn Hoddle, Kevin Keegan, Sven-Goran Eriksson, Graham Taylor and Steve McClaren signed a joint letter to FA chairman Greg Dyke backing his proposals for change, the Daily Telegraph newspaper reported on Thursday.

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In the letter, they called for swift implementation of measures to ensure English players are given more match exposure at top clubs to boost England's chances of repeating Continue reading the story "Former managers say reform vital to England’s World Cup hopes"

Australians enjoy solid day at Bells Beach

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Australian surfing stars Stephanie Gilmore and Sally Fitzgibbons are among the big names to win their heats in round one at Bells Beach.

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The six women's round-one heats were held on Thursday afternoon on day two after the men's opening round was wrapped up.

Brazilian Silvana Lima closed out her heat with the only perfect 10 wave score of round one, Continue reading the story "Australians enjoy solid day at Bells Beach"