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  1. Rugby fans take over St James' Park in Newcastle as World Cup comes to North-EastRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Northern Echo

    TENS of thousands of international rugby fans took their seats as the North-East hosted the first of three World Cup games. A busy carnival atmosphere enveloped the city as it was taken over by visitors wearing the navy blue colours of Scotland and the green and gold of the Springboks.


  2. No place like home for MYOB manager James ScollayRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago |

    James Scollay has travelled the world and says nowhere compares to the beauty and isolation of the small West Coast community of Punakaiki. Based in Sydney, the accounting software firm MYOB's general manager of SME solutions, regularly visits the company's offices in Auckland, Christchurch, and Melbourne.


  3. Investment for citizenshipRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Cyprus Weekly

    In a recent survey, global immigration experts ranked Cyprus in the world's top ten among citizenship by investment programmes for high-net worth individuals. According to a 2014 real estate report, Cyprus also ranked fifth in terms of best relocation destinations in the world, the only other European country along with Switzerland to garner a place in the top five, ahead of London, Madrid and Monaco.


  4. LIVE: Aston Villa - Stoke CityRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago |

    HALF TIME! Guzan claims a hopeful cross, to signal the end of the first period. Adam has gone closest for the Potters, with the visitors having more of the ball and the better of the chances at Villa Park.


  5. Weir knows to keep an eye on PollardRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago |

    The last time Scotland played South Africa they were thumped 55-6 in Port Elizabeth in 2014 in a match which marked the Test debut of Handr Pollard at flyhalf. His Scottish counterpart was Duncan Weir, who will renew his acquaintance with Pollard this evening after the now first-choice No 10 Finn Russell injured his ankle against the USA last week.


  6. 2 globe-trotting college professors bring world to classRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Washington Times

    When Ann and Robert "Rob" Simpson took a group of Lord Fairfax Community College students to the Galapagos Islands for a three-week educational visit, their tour guide showed up in a mini skirt and go-go boots. "Wait a minute," Ann Simpson recalled saying after realizing they had hired a tour guide who knew more about the island's shopping venues than its natural habitat.


  7. Rugby World Cup fans descend on Newcastle ready to have a ball at St James' ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Rugby fever grips the city as excitement builds to see Scotland play South Africa in the first of the city's three host matches A Geordie welcome set the party mood in Newcastle on Saturday morning as fans descended on the city centre ahead of the first of the city's Rugby World Cup matches. And as rugby fever took hold it was clear those arriving to watch Scotland play South Africa at St James' Park were planning to have a ball.


  8. Conservationists rally in South Africa, other countriesRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Item Extra

    " A vehicle carrying a rhino sculpture led anti-poaching marchers in a Johannesburg district. Kenya's environment minister joined conservationists at a similar rally in Nairobi, the capital.


  9. MTB Himalaya: One of the world's toughest racesRead the original story

    16 hrs ago |

    With a total elevation gain of more than 15,000 metres and a full ride of approximately 650 km, the $16,000 MTB Himalaya is definitely one of the toughest mountain bicycle races in the world. The cross-country endurance race, in its 11th edition and being held from September 27 to October 4, is a seven-stage event which sees cyclists run through off-road tracks, broken tarmac, gravel, rocks, mud, sand, silt, water streams and moving traffic among many other obstacles.


  10. North-East set for Rugby World Cup takeover TENS of thousands of...Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Northern Echo

    TENS of thousands of international rugby fans are in the region today for the first of three World Cup games. A busy carnival atmosphere is expected as the city is taken over by visitors wearing the navy blue colours of Scotland and the green and gold of the Springboks.


  11. Documentary photographer returns to Truro College to inspire students ...Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Falmouth Packet

    Photography students got a glimpse of where their art could take them when a former student, now a renowned documentary photographer, visited Truro College. Guy Martin studied A Levels at Truro College 12 years ago, originally focusing on a potential career in Biology or Sport, before taking an AS Level in Photography.


  12. Drivers warned as fans flock to North East for Rugby World CupRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Berwick Advertiser

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Highways England expects it will be busier than usual on the A1, the A19 and the A184 as fans travel to matches, with three games taking place at St James' Park in the next week.


  13. Rugby World Cup 2015: Wallabies hooker James Hanson trades TV for World Cup dreamRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    LONDON: James Hanson had settled in for a World Cup television marathon when Wallabies coach Michael Cheika called to tell him to pack his bags and jump on a plane to London. The only hurdle in front of Hanson's World Cup dream was that he was in Melbourne starting his new "journey" with the Rebels and his Wallabies kitbag was still in Brisbane.


  14. Gordon Reid hails rugby's Tartan Army and insists they can take him from average to awesomeRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    A FIRE that burns from within will ignite the Scottish prop when he hears the Flower of Scotland before the World Cup clash with the Springboks. A fire that burns from within will ignite the Scottish prop when he hears the Flower of Scotland before the World Cup clash with the Springboks.


  15. A new era for a New Orleans eatery that predates Civil WarRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Northwest Florida Daily News

    When customers started using the telephone to make reservations at Antoine's Restaurant, owner Roy Alciatore was insulted that anyone would refuse to send a letter requesting a table.


  16. Ebola isn't over: Guinea closes border as Sierra Leone goes into lockdown to combat spread of diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago |

    It's been over a year since the largest ever outbreak of Ebola was officially declared in West Africa, and the hemorrhagic virus is still ravaging the region, according to new reports. Though new cases of Ebola have reportedly tapered off in Sierra Leone, and all but disappeared in neighboring Liberia, Guinea is still being hit hard, which has prompted a new phase of border closures.


  17. Liberia: 50 Liberians to Study Meteorology in NigeriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday |

    Fifty Liberians from various government ministries and agencies are expected to travel to Lagos, Nigeria to study at the Nigerian Meteorological Agency, Transport Minister Angela Cassell-Bush disclosed yesterday. Most of the participants, according to her, will be on short and long term training by the NMA under the UNDP support project of the ministry.


  18. Helen Mead: I'm keeping alive the lost art of postcard sending despite a setbackRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2015 | Chorley Citizen

    In my youth, I would send a whole stack to family and friends, carefully choosing them according to my parents' postcard-buying guidelines: never a card with more than one view, always an interesting scene that prompts the receiver to take more than just a glance. Growing up, I used to love receiving postcards, and would look for hours at images of places like New York or Paris, scrutinising the street scene.


  19. Ind vs SA 2015, 1st T20I highlights: Rohit special, Virat blitz, Duminy's match-sealing magicRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 20, 2015 |

    The India vs South Africa series of 2015 , being played as the 'Mahatma Gandhi-Nelson Mandela Trophy' for the first time, went off to an electric start. The visiting South Africa clinched the thrilling encounter after getting pushed into a corner.


  20. You mean one more software is required for running your software? -...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Finextra Research news

    It was circa March 1999 and I was working in a small software company which was specializing in core banking products. This company went to become a giant in the core banking space and was subsequently acquired by Oracle in 2005.