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  1. Rays' Grant Balfour heads to Australia to see ailing fatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | St. Petersburg Times

    Reliever Grant Balfour left Rays camp to fly home to Australia as his cancer-stricken father took a turn for the worse. Balfour last visited in December and said when he left then he knew it might be the last time he saw David, who was first diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and has since had it spread to his stomach, neck and brain.

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  2. Euroa wants own train stopRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Border Mail

    MEMBER for Euroa Steph Ryan is backing a push by residents eager to see Euroa Railway Station become a stop on the XPT service between Melbourne and Sydney. MEMBER for Euroa Steph Ryan is backing a push by residents eager to see Euroa Railway Station become a stop on the XPT service between Melbourne and Sydney.

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  3. World Club Series grows sportRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Sky Sports

    Sky Sports pundit Phil Clarke says the results from the World Club series aren't as important as the growth of the sport they encourage. If ever there was a rugby league weekend which took you on the roller coaster ride of emotions that sport provides, it was the World Club Series last Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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  4. Foreigners to pay fees, penalties on Australian real estateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The China Post

    Foreign investors will have to pay new fees to buy Australian real estate, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Wednesday, under a proposal which includes a crackdown on illegal purchases. Cashed-up foreigners, many from China, have been blamed for driving up prices in Australian property markets, particularly Sydney and Melbourne, and placing home ownership out of reach of many locals.

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  5. Orange fuel among the cheapest in the regionRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Central Western Daily

    ORANGE has been listed in the top 10 cheapest places to buy fuel in western NSW despite a recent increase in bowser prices. The National Roads and Maintenance Association released the data this week with the rankings based on the average price of unleaded and diesel fuel in each town from January 1, 2014 to February 8, 2015.

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  6. Western Sydney opens ACL title defense with win in JapanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The New Zealand Herald

    Defending champion Western Sydney Wanderers opened its Asian Champions League campaign with a 3-1 victory over Japanese host Kashima Antlers on Wednesday. Yojiro Takahagi and Mark Bridge scored toward the end to seal the win as Western Sydney, the first A-League side to triumph, overcame a sluggish first half to win at Ibaraki.

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  7. Grant Balfour wants the closer job.Read the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | DRays Bay

    In Today's tank: Grant Balfour, Evan Longoria and Kevin Cash, Manny Ramirez, Fantasy baseball, Parks and Recreation, 2016 Free Agents, and the first-ever Spring Training Fan Day. Grant Balfour was interviewed over the phone on MLB Network program Hot Stove yesterday , an occasion he used to talk about his charity work, time in Australia during the offseason and his goals for the year to come.

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  8. World Club Series has provided new focus for Super League clubs, says Leeds chiefRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Daily Mail

    Ronaldo and Co celebrate with Ancelotti and Casillas as Real boss takes charge of 100th game and keeper plays 500th La Liga match Pogba told me to join him at Juve! Pereira rejects new Man United contract as Italians look to snap up youngster from Old Trafford No Henderson? No problem! Balotelli, Sterling and Co in high spirits at Liverpool training as Reds fly out to face Besiktas Mayweather vs Pacquiao tickets could cost as much as A 100,000... and there might not be ANY on general sale Monaco travel to London looking to upset the Gunners... but who do Wenger's men need to look out for? Is Suarez at it AGAIN? Watch moment Barca striker seems to move his mouth towards the hand of City defender Demichelis Messi was given the run of Manchester, roaming all over the Etihad on a night when Barca passed City off the park After the giddy heights of the World Club Series, it is back to the ... (more)

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  9. Western Sydney Wanderers begin Asian Champions League defence with 3-1 win at Kashima AntlersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Defending champion Western Sydney Wanderers opened its Asian Champions League campaign with a 3-1 victory over Japanese host Kashima Antlers on Wednesday. Yojiro Takahagi and Mark Bridge scored toward the end to seal the win as Western Sydney, the first A-League side to triumph, overcame a sluggish first half to win at Ibaraki.

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  10. Miami International shines in on-time flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Miami Today

    Miami International Airport ranked ninth of 20 large airports in the world for on-time performance of arriving and departing flights in 2014, according to a report released by OAG, formerly Official Airline Guide, a United Kingdom-based business providing aviation information and analytical services. Miami's on-time performance - defined as departures and arrivals that take place within 15 minutes of schedule - was 83.2%.

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  11. Army Secretary Details Sequestration DangersRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Official Wire News

    If sequestration spending cuts trigger this year, it will affect every person and mission the U.S. Army has, Army Secretary John M. McHugh said at a Defense Writer's Group breakfast here today. McHugh said his top three priorities at the moment are the budget, anything dealing with deployed or forward-deployed forces, and combating sexual assault and sexual harassment.

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  12. Blue Star Families Recognize Outstanding SupportRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Official Wire News

    Blue Star Families celebrated its fifth-year anniversary here last night, recognizing three honorees for going "above and beyond the call of duty" to support military families. Blue Star Families works in partnership with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to strengthen military families and connect the nation to the military.

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  13. Face of Defense: Hard Work Fuels Career for Cryogenics AirmanRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Official Wire News

    Storing and issuing cryogenic products might sound like a unique line of work, but it's business as usual for many airmen assigned here, home of U.S. Air Forces in Europe's only air refueling wing. It's also the primary duty for Senior Airman Matthew Dillard, a cryogenic specialist with the 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron here.

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  14. Ex-Defence chief's unity plea to avoid 'valley of death'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | NEWS.com.au

    THIS is the most detailed view seen by the outside world of the firing range where the lives of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran will be taken. A SENIOR Australian jihadist emerged as successor to former Sydney bouncer Mohammad Ali Baryalei, who recruited Australian jihadists before his death.

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  15. Silence next at risk of extinctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The Mercury

    LAGGED, not knowing the time of day, or even the day or month, I lay in bed listening to the twitter of a robin. The room was in near darkness.

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  16. Epic Proportions Tour Offers A New Model for Paying Bands. Is it Worth it?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Phoenix New Times

    They started with just an old school bus that ran on vegetable oil, but in three short years, the Epic Proportions Tour slowly has approached the hyperbolic standards of the name. Co-managed by Peter Sotos and Gabe Kubanda, Epic is a local venture that books self-sustaining tours across the country, mostly playing local high schools and college campuses, but they also have been present at major music festivals such as South by Southwest, CMJ, and the Vans Warped Tour.

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  17. The many faces of Sydney: Filip and Renata Schleis are wedded to CampbelltownRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The Age

    When Fairfax photographer George Voulgaropoulos snapped a photo of Filip Schleis, 28, and Renata Schleis, 30, at Macarthur Square Shopping Centre in 2013, they were newlyweds. The couple run their own rapidly-expanding cleaning business and Renata also works in a local take-away shop.

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  18. eBay & Woolworths to help buyer select pickup shop onlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Fibre2Fashion

    With the new service, buyers will be able to choose from more than 40,000 items on eBay and collect orders from their choice of more than 90 Woolworths and BIG W stores across Sydney and Tasmania, where the service will initially be launched, eBay said in a statement. The new service starts in response to the growing online retail landscape and consumer demand.

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  19. Pregnant refugee denied emergency careRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | NEWS.com.au

    A REFUGEE in the late stages of a high-risk pregnancy had no idea if she would be granted emergency specialist care in Australia. A SYDNEY woman cooked chicken pie, texted friends fed the dog and watched TV for more than three hours without realising her mum lay murdered in the next room.

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  20. Underinvestment in the arts is holding Western Sydney backRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The Age

    In the 1960s my father Bob travelled 12 kilometres from our fibro house in Western Sydney to get to school, then later 32 kilometres to attend university. Thankfully today education and most other areas of government have caught up with the population explosion in Western Sydney.

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