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excess of 40 knots an hour are recorded. At that wind speed, toll way officials may bar access to the road to vehicles e s p e c i a l l y motorcycles, at risk in high wind conditions. For added overall security CCTV cameras are also in operation at various locations along the new toll way. The camera surveillence system will allow quick dispatch of emergency vehicles in event of accidents or vehicle breakdowns.
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Wind Detectors a n d C C T V Camera Installed on Bali's New Toll Road
Bali's new tollway built over the waters between Benoa and Nusa Dua, is now equipped with wind-speed and winddirection detectors. Beritabali.com confirmed that the wind detectors are in the final phase of being connected to a communications grid to provide continuous updates of wind conditions to a central control center. A technician told the press that the wind monitors had been Continued from page 1
Ferry services between Bali and East Java and Bali and Lombok reaches peak levels during the Idul Fitri holidays due to the heavy influx of domestic tourists and the diasporic movement of Indonesian Moslems returning to home

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Gday again punters and welcome to the Lebaran edition of the Kuta Weekly. A big time of year for our Islamic friends, with many heading home to see their families and to enjoy the holiday time together. The end of Ramadan on the 8th and 9th of August brings the Idal fitri celebration, which isnt disimilar to our Christmas time festivities back home. The basic in a nut shell, explanation is for most Islamic people to get together at this time of year, usually back at their home village. They aliasj@kutaweekly.com call this Mudik Lebaran or to go back to the village, where they offer each member of the family forgiveness for things that may have been done wrong or indescretions that may have occured over the past year. Many families will visit the cemetry to offer the same respect to family members that are no longer with us. I trust that my many Islamic friends on the island and around the world enjoy their time and have a great holiday with their families. Wa Alaikum Salam Moving along this week I did have the task of going to Jakarta for a few days last week and boy can I tell you this, If you think the traffic is bad here in Bali, think again. I seriously havent seen traffic that bad in all my travels around the world. At one stage I started to wonder how the economy actually keeps working with that much congestion. It was incredible to watch just how patient the Indonesian people are when it comes to a traffic jam that stretches for 30 kilometres. Needless to say, my team and I got to every department that needed getting too and we had a very succesful time while there. So next time you are sitting in traffic thinking this is the worst traffic ever, spare a thought for the millions of people that do it every day in Jakarta. Thanks to all those involved and I look forward to seeing some positive results in the very near future. Now to get to Jakarta I had to fly and this ment using the airports domestic section that isnt quite open yet but is operating to cater for the domestic travellers. I will say that the new airport is absolutely sensational. It is arguably one of the most modern, well thought out airports I have been to in my life. It is also one of the biggest airports I have walked around. I can see at least another 3-6 months work until it is fully complete, and again I will take my hat off to the powers that be for having the forthought in deciding to build such a masterpiece to cater for the travellers to and from Bali. I hope to be attending the grand opening, along with my team and will be publishing as many pictures as I can of this amazing setup. Again my hat goes off to the powers that be for such a fanatastic addition to the infrastructure of Bali. Ok folks lastly this week, I will quickly finish the ramble and say nice try to the Bombers for giving it their best against the Mighty Pies on Sunday just gone. By almost trippling their score we have now moved to sixth spot on the ladder, which is a great place to be sitting (one above Richmond) this close to the finals series in a few more weeks. Karn The Pies. Ok folks thats about all I have this week so I will leave you to it for another cycle and trust that the most of you stay safe happy healthy and always remember, Some upstarts always try to get closer to the source of creation by ascending to the source's level. The story of Icarus is of course a parable about the folly of such an effort. Get too close to the sun and your hubris will get you burned. Enjoy Your Week ALIASJ..

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Health Advocates in Bali Opposed to World Tobacco Asia Conference Set for Bali September 2425, 2014 The Jakarta Post reports that an anti-smoking group The Bali Tobacco Control Initiative is urging the government to cancel the World Tobacco Asia (WTA) conference planned in Bali in 2014.
The anti-smoking Initiative is comprised of members from Bali's Udayana University's Public Health Department. Coordinator of the Bali Tobacco Control Initiative, Made Kerta Duana, said: The conference in Bali is against our commitment to encourage people to live healthily without cigarettes. We are urging the government to ban the conference from being held in Bali. WTA is held annually at different locations around the world within the international tobacco

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opportunity to gain a business edge. The conference comes to Bali after the ratification of new smoke-free policy striving to reduce the use of tobacco on the Island. The law, enacted in 2011, bans smoking in hotel, restaurants, tourist attractions, schools, shopping centers, government offices and other public areas. Restrictions are also place on the advertising and promotion of tobacco products, which may place the coming conference in direct conflict with the law Those found to be breaking the anti-smoking rules could be subject to fines and imprisonment. Duana contends that hosting the WTA conference in Bali would be ill-timed as the Island continues to struggle to enforce the new anti-smoking rules. www.balidiscovery.com

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The best option for you will depend on your personal situation, the type of property, risk factors and the type of investment model. Even though it states in Indonesian law that foreigners are not allowed to hold a 'freehold' land title, there are ways that have been in practice for a number of years that enable foreigners to control a freehold title indirectly or to hold a leasehold title in their own name. Indonesia, or a foreign legal entity with a representative office in Indonesia such as foreign Banks, embassies, etc.

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NOMINEE SYSTEM FOR HAK MILIK


This structure is a regularly practiced procedure in Indonesia, whereby the foreigner nominates and Indonesian representative to acquire the land and to hold the 'freehold' title (Hak Milik) on behalf of the foreigner. Ownership of the land is transferred from the previous owner to the Indonesian nominee. The foreigner and the Indonesian nominee then sign an agreement which recognizes the Indonesian nominee as the legal owner of the property whilst declaring the foreigner as the rightful owner of the property. This agreement denotes that the Indonesian nominee will carry out any directives from the foreigner regarding the land. This agreement must always be concluded in the presence of a public notary.

RIGHT OF USE (HAK PAKAI)


This is the right of use over state-owned (crown land) or property owned by public or private persons/entities for a specific purpose for (generally) a finite period and occasionally for an indefinite period. This land right may not be sold, exchanged or transferred unless explicitly state in an agreement. Hak pakai may be held by and Indonesian individual or entity. Or foreigner permanently domiciled in

industry. The Bali conference World Tobacco Asia 2014 will take place at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center September 24-25, 2014. The two-day gathering includes exhibitions, conferences and product presentations. The conference is being promoted to delegates as essential for networking and the promotion and marketing of tobacco products. Organizers say WTA 2014 will be the perfect

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Massive Police Presence at Inauguration of Bali Governor on August 28, 2013
At least 8,000 police personnel or two-thirds of the 12,000 police officers assigned to Bali will be put on alert to safeguard the inauguration of Made Mangku Pastika to his second-term as governor of Bali on August 28, 2013. Seputarbali.com quoted the chief of operations for the Bali Police, Police Commissioner Gede Alit Widana, who confirmed the mass deployment of police to safeguard the Bali House of located a short distance from the DPRD-Bali, will also be guarded together with other key public offices. Widana also confirmed that intelligence operatives have been deployed in the face of rumors of planned sabotage to derail the inauguration process. Added Widana: The police with investigate and maximize the work of intelligence. There is no one that can disrupt the Representatives (DPRDinauguration, which represents Bali) in the Renon Area of the will of the government. Denpasar where the actual swearing in of the governor and www.balidiscovery.com deputy-governor will take place. The governor's office,

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Bali Tax Rates Increased On July 29, 2013
More than One Month after an Increase in cost of premium fuel, Bali authorities have finally increased taxi fares for licensed taxi operators across the island. The increase took effect from Monday, July 29, 2013. The increase was agreed following a meeting between government transportation authorities and taxi operators. The chairman of the Bali Taxi Drivers Association, Ketut Witra, expressed his sense of relief that the long awaited for increase is now in effect. Quoted in Bisnis Bali, Witra said: We have waited a long time, that's why we pressured the

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Bali Taxi Rates Increase


The tariff rates have increased between 20-30%. Flag falls have increased from Rp. 5,000 (US$0.50) to Rp. 6,000 (US$0.60). The cost per traveled kilometer has increased from Rp. 4,500 (US$0.45) to Rp. 5,700 (US$0.57) per kilometer. Waiting time has increased from Rp. 30,000 (US$3) to Rp. 40,000 (US$4) per hour. government to quickly The increase in tax fare implement a taxi rate increase. follows a 44% increase in the cost The new taxi rates can be of premium fuel that took place on introduced any time starting from June 21, 2013 July 29th although some delays will be experienced while Bali's www.balidiscovery.com hundreds of taxis undergo the process of meter recalibration. New Rates

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clarified that the new rules Bringing Aggressive Vendors and regulations are needed to to Curb at Kintamani, Bali The Regency of Bangli in Bali is preparing to create rules regulating vendors operating in tourism destination areas, such as Kintamani and Lake Batur. Beritabali.com reports that the coming regulations will take the form of regional laws (perda) or regulations issued by the Regent (perbup). A statement issued by the Regent of Bangli, Made Gianyar, control and organize vendors at local tourism areas. Many tourists complain of the over-aggressive behaviour of traders who try to compel visitors to make purchases. Made Gianyar estimates 1,000 traders current operating in his regency. www.balidiscovery.com
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Continuing, the governor said: There will also be thousands of foreign journalists covering these events. This means we get free promotion (from these events) and don't need to undertake international promotion. The governor warned that if these events fail because Bali is seen to be unsafe due to street demonstrations, then Bali risks low tourist arrivals that will affect the economic condition of the people of Bali. Bali has seen a number of demonstrations in recent days by various environmental action groups opposed to the a decree granted by Governor Pastika to allow a major reclamation project in Benoa Bay adjacent to a protected mangrove forest reserve. www.balidiscovery.com

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century scarlet breeches in Britain to Napoleonic army uniforms. I have to admit, I have a delicious pair in bold blood," he wrote. "I know they make me look like a total rah, but they are soft and beautiful..."

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h e a r i n g S a t u r d a y, August 3, 2013, Bali's Governor Made Mangku Pastika has appealed to the people of Bali to stop demonstrating against the planned reclamation of a large portion of Benoa Bay. As reported by the State News Agency Antara, the Governor told the meeting: After this, I ask that there be no more demonstrations. It looks bad with a number of international events scheduled to be held in Bali in the near future. The governor reminded his audience of the many benefits to Bali that will accrue from the successful hosting of events such as Miss World, the APEC Summit, World Culture Forum, and World Trade Organization meeting.

A turnoff for nearly half of Britain


Britain's class-conscious public have voiced their dislike of men in red trousers, associating them with elitism and garish buffoonery, according to a survey this week.
Just under half the respondents (46 percent) to a survey released by a market research firm said they don't like men in red trousers. "Gentlemen be warned. Wearing red trousers will not win you many admirers," said an article about the sartorial study. Words such as "idiot", "odd" and "clown" sprang to the minds of respondents when confronted with the sight of a man sporting red trousers, Although continental men in France and Italy have been getting away with colourful clothes for years, Britons tended to be more reserved. "I think the problem is it has a connotation as a rich man's casual wear," he said. Class-ridden connotations for RTs, as they are known to aficionados, are hard to shake off in a country where privileged people are often mocked as "toffs" or "rahs". But socialite and fashion journalist Henry Conway launched a defence of them, citing their illustrious history from stylish 15th

Bali Governor Pleads for an E n d t o P u b l i c Demonstrations Again Benoa Bay Reclamation Project
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Archived papers reveal WW3 speech


Relations between the Soviet Union and the West had become so tense 30 years ago that British officials drew up a speech for Queen Elizabeth to deliver to the nation in the event of a nuclear war, newly released archives showed.
In the speech, the monarch was to urge Britons to remain united and resolute in the face of the "madness of war." Written by government officials, the hypothetical speech was part of a secret exercise designed to prepare Britain for the threat of a possible World War Three, but was never broadcast. It starts by referring to the queen's traditional Christmas address to the nation. "The horrors of war could not have seemed more remote as my family and I shared our Christmas joy with the growing family of the Commonwealth," she was to have said. "Now, this madness of war is once more spreading through the world and our brave country must again prepare itself to survive against great odds." The queen's speech was imagined to be broadcast in the spring of 1983 against the backdrop of worsening U.S.-Soviet relations, during a year in which then U.S. President Ronald Reagan described the Soviet Union as an "evil empire". The queen was to have continued: "I have never forgotten the sorrow and the pride I felt as my sister and I huddled around the nursery wireless set listening to my father's (King George VI's) inspiring words on that fateful day in 1939 (at the start of the World War Two). "Not for a single moment did I imagine that this solemn and awful duty would one day fall to me." Citing the close bond of family life as the greatest defense against the unknown, the speech also mentioned the queen's second son Prince Andrew, who was serving in the Royal Navy at the time. "If families remain united and resolute, giving shelter to those living alone and unprotected, our country's will to survive cannot be broken," she was to have said. The papers were released by the National Archives as part of a 30-year rule that sees official records from the Prime Minister's office and Cabinet Office released to the public. They also revealed how Margaret Thatcher, who was Britain's prime minister at the time, dismissed the idea of hiring the then 21-year old William Hague now Foreign Secretary as an advisor to the Treasury. No," she wrote, underlining the word three times before adding "This is a gimmick and would be deeply resented by many who have financial economic experience."

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US programmer John Nelson has given the the iconic 'blue marble' view of the Earth a dramatic new twist. M r N e l s o n , a programmer for IDV Solutions, combined the images provided by Nasa as part of its 'Blue Marble Next Generation' project, which took a picture of the Earth each month. "I didn't expect to be so mesmerised by them," Mr Nelson said. The composite of four months of satellite observations with a spatial resolution of 1sq km per pixel. Mr Nelson said the idea for the site came following a chat with a colleague about design options

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"I was curious if stitching them together in time into an animation would show and interesting seasonal pattern and so I went to work. "I downloaded the twelve cloudfree satellite imagery mosaics of Earth at each month of the year. I wrapped them into some fun projections then stitched them together into a couple animated gifs. "Because much of the dramatic change throughout the year occurs in the northern latitudes, I chose a polar projection to focus on this area. "Overall, to me it looks like breathing. "When I stitch together what can be an impersonal snapshot of an entire planet, all of the sudden I see a thing with a heartbeat."

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At the end of the month of Ramadhan and its special religious observance is the Eid holiday, called Idul Fitri or Lebaran in Indonesia on 8th August 2013. In Indonesia, this is the time when Muslims visit their family and friends to ask for forgiveness for any wrongs they have committed in the previous year. They express this wish in the phrase Mohon Maaf Lahir Batin which means "forgive me from the bottom of my heart/soul for my wrongdoings in the past year". A traditional Arabic (Muslim) greeting for the Eid celebrations is also commonly used in Indonesia "Minal Aidin Wal Fa Idzin", which is expressed upon meeting friends and family during the festive days. Traditional foods are consumed, family and friends gather to ask forgiveness and exchange greetings, new clothing is worn, children receive gifts of money and visits are made to recreational parks -- all to celebrate the successful completion of the fasting month. On Java, prior to the start of the fasting month (but not during it), visits are made to the graves of family ancestors (nyekar) to pay respects, clean the grave and leave flowers, causing major traffic jams near all major cemeteries. Idul Fitri begins with mass prayer gatherings early in the morning at mosques, open fields, parks and on major streets. It is an amazing sight to see rows of hundreds of Muslim women all dressed in their mukena (white, head-to-toe prayer gowns) performing the synchronized prayer ritual. Muslim men tend to wear sarong, traditional shirts and peci hats to Idul Fitri morning prayers. On the walk home from the mass prayers, quick visits are made to friends in the neighborhood to ask for forgiveness. Following the morning prayers and neighborhood visits, visits are made to close family members around town. Family members go to their parents first and then to the most senior relative's house (oldest person in the family) to Mohon Maaf ... with family members. Then depending on your age/status in the family, you visit aunts and uncles homes to do the same. At each house drinks and cookies or snacks are served, and since it is very impolite to refuse the food, by the end of the day you are so full you can hardly move. These customs may entail several days of visiting relatives and often there will be a gathering of family members at the senior-most relative's house. Employees may also visit the homes of their senior bosses in the company or critical business colleagues and government officials to "Mohon Maaf ... " after their family visits are completed. In Jakarta, these customs entail days and days of visiting relatives and colleagues resulting in a great time of family reunions and upset to normal working/living schedules. Many people also take the opportunity of the Lebaran holiday to visit recreational parks. While gathering with family, it is customary for the adults to give the young children some money ... they may meet you at the door shaking their wallets! It is also customary to distribute money to children in the poor neighborhoods around your home, Rp 1,000 (or more) per child will bring huge smiles to their faces! In Jakarta neighborhoods there may also be organized fun and games sponsored by local businesses ... including climbing a greased pole to try to get to the prizes on the top called panjat pinang. A fun site to see! Strongly held traditions to visit family at this time necessitate the exodus of and estimated 7.13 million (2011 estimated figures) people from Jakarta alone, as well as additional millions from other urban centers, to rural villages and hometowns for the Lebaran holiday. The logistics of this exodus causes enormous headaches for the government each year. During this period the streets in Jakarta are nearly empty as the population decreases dramatically. The hardships and inconveniences endured by the travelers in overcrowded buses, trains and cars is unbelievable, yet they feel that this is a small price to pay to spend the holidays with their family and friends. Traditionally these urban dwellers come bearing gifts or money earned during the previous year for their family. There are two peaks to this exodus which cause major logistical nightmares ... the departure back to the home village/town ... and then the return to the town of residence. They often return from the exodus accompanied by relatives and friends looking for work in the cities, furthering the pressures of urbanization. The government attempts to prevent the socially undesirable such as beggars, vagrants and others from migrating to the cites, but the task is overwhelming. During the weeks after Lebaran many groups hold halal bilhalal gatherings where employees from a company, friends, colleagues or members of an organization gather to share a meal and ask each other's forgiveness. Non-Muslims are often invited to participate in these festive gatherings also.

for presenting satellite data. "When we went to NASA's Visible Earth website to access some of their tremendous source data imagery, that they make freely available, I noted that there were images representing Earth at each month of the year," he said.

Sweet revenge on car park hog


A disgruntled motorist has wreaked sweet revenge on a parking hog and posted a video of his hilarious payback online.
Forced to put up with the black sports car parking across two bays every day, US office worker and YouTube user crisp330 managed to park his SUV in the adjoining car park with only a hair's breadth between vehicles. From a nearby office window, the Georgia man films the sports car driver returning to his vehicle to find he couldn't open the door. "Sick of this guy taking up two spots every day," crisp330 wrote in the driver's w i n d o w a n d attempts several times to squeeze his girth across from the passenger seat. T h e cameraman and his colleagues can be heard giggling on the video and offering "advice" to the unsuspecting motorist. Eventually he crawls backwards over the passenger seat and drives off in a huff. "I bet you he will never park like that again," one of the office workers says. The next day crisp330 posted a photo of the same sports car parked perfectly in its parking bay.

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Pakistani television is screening what many call its most controversial content yet in a ruthless quest for ratings, a talk-show host who gives away babies live on air.
AamirLiaquatHussain, a bespectacled 41-year-old with a neatly trimmed beard, gave away two abandoned infant girls to childless families last month and plans to give away a baby boy this week. "If we didn't find this baby, a cat or a dog would have eaten it," Hussain proclaimed during one broadcast, before presenting a tiny girl wrapped in pink and red to her new parents. The audience erupted with applause. Hussain is one of Pakistan's most popular talkshow hosts. During his m a r a t h o n b r o a d c a s ts h e cooks, interviews clerics and celebrities, entertains children and hosts game shows. He usually gives prizes like motorbikes, mobile phones and land deeds to audience members who answer questions about Islam. But at the beginning of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan, when television stations battle fiercely for ratings, Hussain astonished Pakistan when he presented two families with babies. "We were told that we had passed all the interviews and had been selected to adopt a baby," said RiazUddin, 40, an engineer. "We got our baby on live TV." The abandoned babies were

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was the poverty forcing families to abandon children. Hussain's show is one of many such broadcasts. The Pakistani media has flourished over the past decade or so following the liberalization of the industry, particularly broadcasting, after decades of tight state control. Now, instead of battling state restrictions, presenters fight for audiences and advertising by seeing who is most outrageous. Recent episodes include a female anchor stalking couples in a park to challenge their morality, and a news program which once ran a live broadcast showing a staff member bleeding to death in an operating theatre after he was shot in a riot. Even among t h i s c o m p a n y, Hussain stands out. In 2008, he hosted scholars who called for the deaths of A h m a d i s , a persecuted religious sect in Pakistan. Within a day, two prominent Ahmadis had been shot dead. The year before, he had to resign from his post as junior minister for religious affairs after denouncing author Salman Rushdie for blasphemy, a crime punished by death in Pakistan. Since then, his university degree has been exposed as a fake and a video showing him making crude jokes with clerics between takes of his show has leaked onto YouTube. There is nothing they won't do to get viewers," said comedian Sami Shah. "If I was a cynic, I'd say this can only end badly. But since I'm a realist, I'll say it's already ended terribly."

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Babies given away live on talk show


rescued by the Chhipa Welfare Association, a Pakistani aid organization. "In a day or two, the next baby will be given away, God willing," While the Chhipa teams scour the garbage dumps and other sites for discarded newborns, Hussain is also appealing for babies directly. "If any family cannot afford to bring up their new born baby due to poverty or illness then instead of killing them, they should hand over the baby to Dr Aamir," a notice on his website

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reads. The children would be given to deserving couples on air, the notice said. The show's producers would not comment. It was not clear if poor families wishing to keep their children would also be helped.

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Many Pakistanis expressed disgust that abandoned babies were being given away in what they see as an attempt to boost ratings. Chhipa insisted thousands of people wanted a baby and all potential parents were properly vetted. The true outrage, he said,

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Ask Martha
Dear Martha, My wife, with whom I have a very loving relationship, is taken to doing something which I consider is a bit 'not nice', and having discussed it with her, am a little confused! Literally almost every time we are at a social setting, an airport lounge or the like, she makes a point of staring at 'cute men', catching their eye and gazing at them for long periods, seemingly completely oblivious to me being there. She is a very pretty lady, and it does not take much for her to attract 'the eye', and this has happened on a number of occasions over a long period of time. I literally had enough the other night, and asked her about it, to which she said 'it is acceptable (for her to do this) from her perspective', and got quite angry that I had 'called her on it'. To me this is a quite disrespectful thing to do to a partner, and then I started to wonder what would happen when I was not about. To which I was told 'oh you don't trust me'. Am I being 'precious' being concerned about this, and is it acceptable for a wife or husband to do that sort of thing? Neil Dear Neil, I don't' think you're being precious but I don't think your wife catching men's eyes is the end of the world. What matters is she doesn't seem to think it's a problem and you do. When you're married or in a relationship it's crazy to think your partner will never again find another member of the opposite sex attractive. It's also crazy to think they will never again enjoy the attentions of anyone else but you. But it's also not too much to ask that the person you're supposed to love most concede some ground in the way they behave if it makes you feel uncomfortable. And it's also important you have some boundaries. Check out a good looking guy while your husband is checking our duty free, sure. But spend five minutes playing eyeball ping pong while your husband is sitting beside you watching it go on and you're pushing the friendship. Is it ok to bait and hook a look from a man just to get an ego boost? Sure it is. Most things are ok once and a while. Nothing is ok when it's a prop or a drug or it hurts the person you love. I think you probably need to talk to her again without the animosity and say this is something that makes you unhappy in the relationship. You need to tell her how it makes you feel. You need to say it is not about her never being able to look at other men, but when she does it constantly, when she is always staring out from the relationship rather than in, it leaves you feeling neglected and unsure. Just because you're a man doesn't mean you have to man up and just put up with things that hurt your feelings. Explain to her that it's not that you don't trust her. It's not even that you feel jealous that she's about to run off with one of these men. It's that it makes you feel less valued - and surely she must understand that. Your wife is chasing that thrill and that's ok, now and then. But for the most part marriages thrive when people put their attention into each other rather than on people outside them. Martha

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Collingwood rocks Essendon with 79-point thrashing ahead of expected ASADA report
Essendon's sorry return in club had nothing to do with Essendon suffered a deflating 79-point loss at the hands of its hammering on the MCG pitch. attack was shared across seven "It was definitely something players in the goals department. Collingwood at the MCG on The result puts else, maybe an attitude thing," he Sunday evening. The wet conditions reflected the Bombers' misery as they lost 20.13 (133) to 7.12 (54), ahead of ASADA's expected issuing of its report into the club's controversial supplements saga. At a soggy MCG, the Magpies led from first to last, kicking eight goals to Essendon's two in the first two periods. Collingwood booted six more goals in the third period, before finishing off the carnage with another four goals in the closing stanza. Travis Cloke was Collingwood's spearhead with five goals to his name, while Dane Swan and Steele Sidebottom both claimed 30 disposals. Bombers captain Jobe Watson - himself under pressure amid the supplements scandal - led his team's possessions count with 31 touches. Essendon's Kyle Hardingham insisted the fallout surrounding the

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Your energy levels get a welcome boost, as the New Moon falls in fellow fire sign Leo. So it's time to be creative, sporty or just super social. If you're lacking motivation, look to a child, teenager or friend to provide the extra inspiration you need. With Jupiter stirring up your domestic zone, many restless Rams are in the mood to renovate, redecorate or relocate.

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Libra September 24 to October 23
Expect the unexpected especially when it comes to matters of the heart. If you are depending on loved ones to be punctual and organized then you'll be sadly disappointed. If you expect them to be unpredictable and exciting, then you'll have a stimulating week. Contributing your creative Libran talents to a joint venture or group project brings much personal satisfaction.

Collingwood up to sixth, above told Grandstand. "One thing [the ASADA Richmond on percentages, and immediately below the Bombers on the competition ladder. Collingwood's Sidebottom said it was about time the Magpies put together a f o u r - q u a r t e r performance against a heated rival. "Internally we're still confident [of our finals chances], I suppose up to date we havent played our best footy but it just shows when we can gel investigation] has done for us is together for four quarters we can brought us all together. It might match it with anyone," he told not have looked like it today, but it Grandstand. really didn't work for us. "We go in with the same "A big thing today was [Collingwood was] just first to the mindset: play your role, beat your ball, we were second all day. opponent and I think we did that Today it just wasn't there, it was today. "I suppose we're in a good really disappointing. position. When blokes go down, "When there's no pressure there's guys in the VFL knocking coming into the forward line it on the door to get their chance. makes it really tough. When There's pressure on spots you're playing on good forwards and it's a great position to be in." like Cloke, it's hard."

Taurus April 21 to May 21


The New Moon is a magical time of beginnings and the promise of things to come. Family and home life are where you need to make some changes and adjustments the sooner the better. If things have been tense with a loved one, swallow your pride and get talking. It's also the perfect time to add value to your residence via repairs, renovations or a quick paint job.

Scorpio October 24 to November 22


With the New Moon powering through your professional zone, you need to create work opportunities and explore all your career options. If you're looking for employment, the early bird catches the worm! But avoid using emotional manipulation, underhand tactics or guilt trips to get what you want on Thursday. There is just no substitute for open and honest communication.

Gemini May 22 to June 21


The mid-week New Moon urges you to find fresh ways to connect with those around you whether at home, at work or in your local community. And with Mercury [your ruling planet] shifting into Leo, your creative talents and communication skills are firing so don't waste them. Express yourself Gemini! When it comes to money matters, you may need to make a snap decision.

Sagittarius November 23 to December 21


You'll feel restless, fired up and ready to go as the New Moon activates your adventure zone. Try to arrange a challenging project [or weekend trip] to channel all that excess energy into. In your haste to get things done don't jump to half-baked conclusions, and then pass on incorrect information. Get the facts straight otherwise mix-ups are likely [especially over money].

Cancer June 22 to July 23


Have you been talking about paying off debt or saving for something special like a car, holiday or home deposit? This week [with the fiery New Moon stimulating your cash zone] you need to put your money where your mouth is and take action but be careful you don't overextend yourself. Plus avoid getting drawn into a prolonged power struggle with a loved one.

Capricorn December 22 to January 20


The New Moon boosts your leadership qualities and your tendency to bossy behavior. Cool down Capricorn! You think you know how a loved one is feeling but you may be way off the mark. The current situation is much more complex than it appears so take your time and don't do anything rash. Nurture your international contacts who knows where they may lead?

Leo July 24 to August 23


What a wonderful week for lively Lions, as the New Moon and Mercury light up your sign. You're bound to be the centre of attention [which is just the way you like it]. Plus Venus blesses financial matters and business deals. Your motto for the moment is from Andy Warhol [born on August 6] Making money is art and working is art and good business is the best art.

Aquarius January 21 to February 19


The Sun/Uranus trine encourages you to make positive adjustments. Be inspired by birthday great Andy Warhol They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change things yourself. Is a close relationship going nowhere fast? The New Moon provides a golden opportunity to resuscitate a tired old romance or navigate an exciting new one.

Virgo August 24 to September 23


You won't feel wildly social, as the New Moon and Mercury move through your privacy zone. Put aside some 'me time' to unwind, so you can concentrate on the three R's rest, relaxation and renewal. You'll be amazed what you pick up if you step back and observe from the sidelines. It's also a great week to power through paperwork, research projects and tie up loose ends.

Pisces February 20 to March 20


Do you feel dismally disorganized? Is your lack of a daily routine letting you down? Perhaps it's time to tune into the energy of the fiery New Moon and try a more creative [and organized] approach? Focus your mind and pay attention to small details. If you confuse fact with fantasy on Thursday, you could end up with a complicated mess on your hands. Keep it real!

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Cher If I Could Turn Back Time

Cher, born CherilynSarkisian, May 20, 1946) is an American singer and actress. Recognized for having brought the sense of female autonomy and self-actualization into the entertainment industry, she is known for her distinctive contralto singing voice and for having worked in various areas of entertainment, as well as for continuously reinventing both her music and image which has led to her being called the Goddess of Pop. Cher became prominent in 1965 as one-half of the folk rock husbandwife duo Sonny & Cher, who popularized a particular smooth sound that successfully competed with the dominant British Invasion and Motown sounds of the era. From 1965, she had established herself as a successful solo artist with million-selling singles such as "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)", "Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves", "Half-Breed", and "Dark Lady", songs that deal with subjects rarely addressed in American popular music. Goldmine magazine's PhillMarder described her as the leader of an effort in the 1960s to "advance feminine rebellion in the rock world and the prototype of the female rock star, setting the standard for appearance and attitude". After the duo's drug-free lifestyle had lost its popular appeal in the United States owing to the drug culture of the 1960s, she returned to stardom in the 1970s as a television personality with her shows The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour and Cher, both of which attained immense popularity. She became a fashion trendsetter with her daring outfits. After Cher and Sonny divorced in 1975, Cher experimented with various musical styles, including disco and new wave, before becoming a top-earning live act in Las Vegas. In the early 1980s, Cher made her Broadway debut and starred in the film Silkwood, which earned her a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1983. In the following years, she starred in films such as Mask, The Witches of Eastwick, and Moonstruck, for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress in 1988. At the same time, she established herself as a "serious rock and roller" by releasing platinum albums such as Heart of Stone (1989) and successful singles such as "I Found Someone" and "If I Could Turn Back Time". In the 1990s, she made her directing debut in the film If These Walls Could Talk and released the biggest-selling single of her career, "Believe", which featured the pioneering use of Auto-Tune, also known as the "Cher effect". In the 2000s, she embarked on the successful Living Proof. The Farewell Tour and signed a $60 million per-year deal to headline the Coliseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas for three years. Cher has won an Academy Award, a Grammy Award, an Emmy Award, three Golden Globe Awards, and the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival, among several other honors. Her other ventures have included fashion designing, writing books and managing the film production company Isis. Recognized as one of the bestselling music artists of all time, she has sold more than 100 million solo albums and over 40 million records as Sonny & Cher worldwide. She is the only artist to have a numberone single on a Billboard chart in each of the past six decades.

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"If I Could Turn Back Time"


If I could turn back time If I could find a way I'd take back those words that hurt you and you'd stay I don't know why I did the things I did I don't know why I said the things I said Pride's like a knife it can cut deep inside Words are like weapons they wound sometimes. I didn't really mean to hurt you I didn't wanna see you go I know I made you cry, but baby [Chorus:] If I could turn back time If I could find a way I'd take back those words that hurt you And you'd stay If I could reach the stars I'd give them all to you Then you'd love me, love me Like you used to do If I could turn back time My world was shattered I was torn apart Like someone took a knife and drove it deep in my heart You walked out that door I swore that I didn't care But I lost everything darling then and there Too strong to tell you I was sorry Too proud to tell you I was wrong I know that I was blind, and ooh... [Chorus] Ooohh If I could turn back time If I could turn back time If I could turn back time ooh baby I didn't really mean to hurt you I didn't want to see you go I know I made you cry Ooohh [Chorus #2] If I could turn back time If I could find a way I'd take back those words that hurt you If I could reach the stars I'd give them all to you Then you'd love me, love me Like you used to do If I could turn back time (turn back time) If I could find a way (find a way) Then baby, maybe, maybe You'd stay [to fade] Reach the stars If I could reach the stars

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Four unanswered goals in the final eight minutes, including two in the final 90 seconds, saw Port Adelaide steal Showdown bragging rights from the Crows with a four-point win on Sunday evening.
At Football Park, a lucky bounce turned the tide the Power as they hit four goals without response in the dying stages of the derby clash with Adelaide. With eight minutes remaining, Robbie Gray and Chad Wingard kicked majors to draw Port within eight points of the Crows. Angus Monfries then broke forward and his punt looked destined for a behind, but a sharp bounce off the turf saw the ball deflect in for a goal to put Port just two points behind with a minute to play. Monfries then found himself

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season. But between Gray's goal on the 20 minute mark and Wingard's winner 10 minutes later, the Power smashed h o m e 2 4 uninterrupted points to snatch an improbable win from their rivals. Wingard finished the match with five goals for Port, while Kane Cornes handed out 31 disposals. Patrick Dangerfield and Lewis Johnston both kicked four for Adelaide. Brad Crouch led the possessions count for the Crows with 28 touches, while also tallying up six marks. Carlton's loss to Fremantle means Port Adelaide has put eight points between it and its nearest rival for eighth place, while Adelaide remains in 13th spot and will miss the AFL playoffs.

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Power steals in for Showdown win

Qantas passengers hit by gastro flight


M e d i c a l authorities in Australia treated 22 passengers for a mystery gastric illness after they became ill on a Qantas Airways Ltd flight from Chile, Qantas said.
Several ambulances and medical staff met the aircraft after it touched down in Sydney. Those affected, who media said had been vomiting, were given medical treatment on board. "A number of passengers travelling in the same group on QF28 from Santiago to Sydney became unwell with a gastro intestinal illness," Qantas said. "It is believed the illness was contracted before boarding the aircraft and symptoms became evident during the flight." The airline said the flight's pilots and crew were not affected by the illness, and other passengers were processed through customs. However, all passengers were advised to keep watch on their health, and to seek medical advice if they become ill over the next two days.

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free on the right flank to boot a long bomb into the area for Wingard to rise highest, mark, and then kick a dramatic winner for the Power. The Crows had led by seven points at quarter-time, but the game looked to be headed the Power's way when they kicked seven goals in the second period to lead by 21 points at the long break. But Adelaide roared back with seven goals to Port's two in the third quarter, before kicking another six in the last period as

A woman accused of unlawfully performing oral sex on her ex-husband has no case to answer, an Adelaide court has been told. The woman, 49, is charged with engaging in sexual intercourse without consent in August 2011 at an address in South Australia's Eyre Peninsula. She appeared in the Adelaide Magistrate Court when her lawyer said the woman had no case to answer, noting it involved the woman's word against the complainant's. Magistrate Simon Smart was told the complainant said he was awoken by his ex-wife performing fellatio on him.The case was adjourned till later in the year.

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Docklands on Sunday afternoon.
Kurt Tippett starred with six goals in the 21.8 (134) to 15.9 (99) win. The Swans led by a goal at quarter time before kicking five more before the half-time break to lead by 18 after two periods. Five more goals followed in the third quarter for the Swans to cancel out the Bulldogs' four, before the visitors added another six in the final quarter, including two more from Tippett. While Tippett booted six goals in total for the Swans he was supported by the rampant Jarrad McVeigh and Kieren Jack, who both chalked up 30 disposals. Jarrad Grant kicked three goals for the Bulldogs while Ryan Griffen dished out 41 touches.

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rule book on "animal etiquette" when they check into one of the 40 parquet-floored dog rooms at the Sacher. Dogs must be kept on leads in the hotel, and muzzled if they are liable to bite. They are not allowed in the spa, nor in the plush restaurants, or the cafe where the world-famous Sacher Torte is served. Dog food can be purchased from the concierge, but for those with finer tastes, the hotel chefs will rustle up something custom-made from the kitchen. "They should simply order up tenderloin or a veal schnitzel from room service," says Guertler. "The dog will always get the best." ($1 = 0.7557 euros)
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It's a dog's life at Vienna's Hotel Sacher


Ella, a Jack Russell Many people believe the terrier. Austrian capital Vienna is Dog-friendly rooms at the friendlier to dogs than it is to Sacher cost a mere 35 euros children, and a new service from the city's renowned Hotel Sacher seems to bear that out. As of last week, hotel guests who cannot bear to leave their fourlegged friends at home can book into rooms at the Sacher that have been newly kitted out especially for dogs, with baskets, doggy blankets, feeding bowls, muzzles and leads. Dogs play a central role in the lore of the 19th century hotel. Anna Sacher, the cigar-smoking widow of Eduard Sacher who took over the hotel aged 23 and turned it into a Viennese institution, was famously inseparable from her French bulldogs. Current manager Elisabeth Guertler says it was only natural that the hotel should provide special facilities for its canine guests and their owners, who have included former Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands and fashion designer Valentino. "There are so many guests, especially women, who travel with dogs. They are not big dogs, they are dogs that you can bring on the plane with you in a nice bag. They're also well brought up dogs, they're not some kind of dirty dogs with fleas," she said. In the event they do make a mess, the owner will be charged for the damage, says 63-year-old Guertler, who is also director of the Spanish Riding School and used to run the Vienna Opera Ball that is the pinnacle of the city's social calendar. She rarely travels without her own dog, one-and-a-half-year-old

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Chiefs post late comeback to pip Brumbies 27-22 in Hamilton


The Chiefs came from behind to beat the Brumbies 27-22 in the Super Rugby final on Saturday night to reinforce their standing as the southern hemisphere rugby powerhouse.
The Chiefs claimed their second Super crown in as many years with a 15-point closing burst after trailing 12-22 with 17 minutes to go. Before a packed crowd of 25,000 at Waikato Stadium, the Chiefs outscored the Brumbies two tries to one. Liam Messam and Robbie Robinson both crossed the line, while Aaron Cruden landed one conversion and five penalties. Christian Lealiifano scored all the Brumbies' points with a converted try and five penalties. "It's just so surreal ... it's just unreal. [The crowd] got us home in that second 40, it was just a massive effort," Chiefs fullback Gareth Anscombe told Grandstand. "It's funny how rugby works, we all believe in ourselves and we're all prepared, and it's just awesome to get the reward at the end of the season. "We showed a lot of character, this Brumbies team is a class outfit as they showed, they really pushed us. That could have gone both ways, we're just really stoked." Brumbies coach Jake White praised his side's effort, saying the Canberra franchise had excelled in a whirlwind trip across three continents in the Super Rugby finals. "It was always going to go down to the wire," White told Grandstand. "You can be proud of them, I think they're disappointed, obviously they would have liked to have the win. "It's been an emotional rollercoaster, we were dead last week [against the Bulls in Pretoria], then we came back and a lot of these boys thought we could do it again. "You've got to give [the Chiefs] credit, they missed a couple of kicks to be fair and had a chance to put us under the pump but let us off. "What can I say other than the fact we're really disappointed?" Through a quirk of the draw the Chiefs did not play the Brumbies in the regular season their clearance from a ruck, Lealiifano snapped up a looped pass to run 42 metres to score in the corner before converting his own try. A further Lealiifano penalty extended their lead to 19-9 immediately after half-time, and a further exchange of three-pointers with Cruden had the visitors up 2212 before the Chiefs found top gear As the Brumbies began to tire after travelling to South Africa and then New Zealand in the playoffs, Liam Messam scored the Chiefs' opening try by charging around the side of a fivemetre scrum. T h e n replacement full-back Robinson joined on the end of Asaeli Tikoirotuma for the s e c o n d t r y, w h i c h Cruden converted and added a further penalty. In the space of seven minutes the Chiefs produced a winning 15-point burst to become only the fourth side to win back to back Super titles. A disappointed Stephen Moore said his Brumbies side failed to build on a winning position, but could be proud of the quality of their play. "It was hard, we knew it was going to be and I thought we controlled the game for a long time," Moore told Grandstand. "But unfortunately we didn't make it count at the end. "We let them back in and that's the way it goes. It's pretty disappointing obviously, but we'll keep our heads up. "We put ourselves in a position to win that game, but thanks to everyone for coming over to support us ... hopefully we did everyone proud."

and were caught off-guard early by the marauding Brumbies pack, led by captain and back rower Ben Mowen, which kept scrum half Ta w e r a K e r r - B a r l o w u n d e r pressure. As the Brumbies worked their way through the Jake White coaching handbook they kicked for position, put pressure on a scrambling Chiefs to draw penalties, and inside-centre Lealiifano had them 9-0 ahead inside the first quarter. The Chiefs, favouring an expansive running game, managed to draw level through three quick penalties by Aaron Cruden before Lealiifano produced the first try of the match. When the Brumbies flat-line defence forced the Chiefs to rush

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shoulder of the highway, was brought to a local hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. Gilman's children were treated for lacerations. Meanwhile, Gilman failed his field sobriety test and was found to have a considerable amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the vehicle, authorities said. Gilman, who appeared in New London Superior Court, received a litany of charges, from reckless driving and operating under the influence to risk of injury to a minor and illegal sale of a controlled substance. According to reports, the judge told the father of two that he had behaved horribly and should feel blessed his children are safe.

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10-year-old boy calls police because father driving


being transferred to A panicked 10-year-old boy called Rhode Island State Connecticut State Police, but Police to say that his father soon afterward troopers from was driving while under the influence. Police say they received a call from the boy reporting that he and his 12-year-old sister were passengers in a speeding vehicle being driven by their father, 49year-old Owen Gilman of Warwick, R.I., on Interstate 95 headed from Rhode Island into Connecticut. The boy told police he was considering jumping from the vehicle because he was frightened of crashing at such a high speed. The boy's call was lost while

nearby Montville, Conn., responded to reports of a motor vehicle crash. Sure enough, Gilman's Mercedes Benz had slammed into the back of a Jeep Grand Cherokee. The driver of the Jeep, whose overturned vehicle was

Ruling says tipsy garbage men look happier


A Portuguese court has ordered a waste removal company to rehire an employee it fired for being drunk on his rounds and said tipsy trash men appear happier to members of the public.
The appeals court in Porto, a northern city renowned for its port wines, also ordered the company to pay the man 14 months' worth of back wages. The three judges ruled that the waste collector had not broken any rules on alcohol consumption at work because the firm had not written any. It also rejected the use of a blood alcohol test submitted as evidence without his permission. "It is to be noted that with alcohol, the worker may forget about life's hardships ... and the public may even consider that this happy worker is a very efficient, excellent and quick remover of scrap," said the verdict on the court's website, which did not name the accident in February 2012. Both he and the driver were taken to hospital where tests revealed rather high alcohol levels in their blood. The driver was also fired, but did not appeal. The judges agreed that "obviously, the driver cannot drink", but refused to accept that it was "common sense that a 'garbage man' cannot have a beer for lunch and then go to work, or drink a lot more, depending on his functions." T h e y a l s o recommended that the company set a blood alcohol limit for its workers instead of enforcing a zero tolerance approach, to avoid losing more employees. "Because, let's admit it, their work is unpleasant".

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If being a mile above sea level is not high enough for visitors to Denver, guests at one hotel can pay a cool $50,000 to get an additional 22-foot (7-meter) boost in an inflatable room hoisted into the downtown skyline. Perched atop a mechanical scissor lift affixed to the roof of a van parked outside the Curtis Hotel in downtown Denver, "the world's only floating pop-up hotel" is a small but fully functional guest room, according to hotel promotional material. The 5-foot-by-7-foot (1.5-meter-by-2.1-meter) inflatable chamber about the dimensions of an elevator is the brainchild of New York-based artist Alex Schweder, who created the work for a local festival to promote the arts. Made of clear vinyl with

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experience, said sales and marketing director Kate Thompson. Other amenities included in the $50,000pernight charge are limousine service, a Tiffany's diamond pendant and earring set, binoculars for viewing, and "groovy inroom" swag like 1960s-era scarves and bellbottom pants. Patrons can also host a disco party at the main hotel's '70s-style lounge. And guests who buy the package will be greeted at their hotel room by S o n n y a n d C h e r impersonators. Although the quirky concept is creating a buzz in downtown Denver, so far no one has reserved the room, which will be available for another few weeks, Thompson said. "We've had one serious phone call but no one has booked it yet," Thompson said.

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Eagles regained possession, marched down the field and David Williams scored. The visitors then stretched their lead on the stroke of half-time when Justin Horo, who was released by the Eels last year with a year left on his contract - fought his way to the line for his fifth try in the last four matches. Manly tightened their control after the re-start and the impressive Daly Cherry-Evans danced his way to the line to end the game as a contest before Brett Stewart and Williams crossed. With halves pairing CherryEvans and Kieran Foran dominating, the Sea Eagles continued to surge forward and Taufua and Williams doubled their totals for the night with with Lyon kicking his side past the 40point mark. A Darcy Lussick bellringer on Brenton Lawrence gave the home fans something to cheer and a deserved try for the promising but raw Radradra

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Classy Sea Eagles add to Eels' woes


Less than a month after chalking up a 50-10 win over Ricky Stuart's side at Brookvale Oval the Sea Eagles romped to another convincing win in front of a crowd of 11,232.
The losing streak is the Eels' worst since 1995 and with visits to Brisbane, Newcastle and Melbourne in their last four matches to come, their longsuffering supporters could well be waiting until next year to see their team win a game. Stuart's side started well and looked the more likely to score in the opening exchanges but seven errors in the opening 20 minutes summed up the story of their season. Flying winger Semi Radradra went close to scoring after being put clear by a bullet of a pass from Eels half-back Ben Roberts following a strong run from Fuifui Moimoi only to be tackled into touch by Jorge Taufua. But moments later Roberts undid that good work with a woeful

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crossfield kick that was picked off by Steve Matai, who released former Eel Taufua to run 90 metres and open the scoring. The hosts should have been awarded a try of their own but Ryan Morgan's effort was ruled out after referee Phil Haines claimed he could not play an advantage after Matt Keating had been impeded by Anthony Watmough when playing the ball. After butchering the subsequent tap penalty the Sea

The North Queensland Cowboys put one of the most tumultuous weeks in the club's history behind them, thrashing premiership contenders South Sydney 30-12 in Townsville.
Following the death of former coach Graham Murray and the board's termination of coach Neil Henry's contract for 2014, North Queensland responded in the best possible way defeating the Rabbitohs for the first time since 2009 and keeping their slim finals hopes alive. They stay in 13th but denied Souths their chance to return to the top of the ladder. In Townsville, the Cowboys made the perfect start, debutant winger Kyle Feldt setting up a try with his second touch of the ball, laying inside in the fifth minute for Brent Tate. After an arm wrestle for the rest of the half, South Sydney had Jeff Lima put on report for late contact on Johnathan Thurston. Captain John Sutton was helped from the field with an ankle sprain that may keep him out for several weeks as Tariq Sims extended the Cowboys lead to 12 on 39 minutes. The Cowboys continued their momentum after the break and were unlucky not to be a further two tries ahead within five minutes after the video referee twice overturned the on-field officials. In the most controversial of the decisions, video referee Chris Ward judged Kane Linnett knocked the ball on as he

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It took 19 rounds but Greater Western Sydney racked up its first victory of the 2013 season on Saturday afternoon with a six-goal defeat of equally struggling Melbourne.
The Demons kept it close for much of the match despite being outkicked in the second and final terms but conceding five goals in the last quarter condemned them to a 19.10 (124) to 12.15 (87) loss. Giants forward Jeremy Cameron and Callan Ward each kicked four goals up front for the home side while Devon Smith bagged a hat-trick. Midfield trio Adam Treloar, Ward and Tom Scully were heavy contributors in the Greater Western Sydney engine room

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four points of the Demons, who sit 17th with just one more win. The Giants won two games in their inaugural season in the AFL, over Gold Coast and Port Adelaide. GWS defender Phil Davis said victory was made all the more sweet for his team given the pressure the Giants have been under to win. "I thought every time we got challenged, there was a true response from all the boys out there," he told Grandstand. "The 21 out there did a great job and I'm very proud. The amount of pressure [we faced] externally, we did a great job just keeping up the process ... but the sense of relief is enormous."

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