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  • onwards upwards and
    IN the lead up to the first High Country Women’s Cycling Festival (HCWCF) this April, female cyclists in the North East and beyond are looking forward to participating.
    Among them is passionate Wangaratta based cyclist Julie Coller, who began cycling at the age of 37 in an effort “to be a fit mum” for her children, as well as, she admits, “be fit and fabulous at 40”....

  • U. S. President Donald Trump signals support for one piece of gun control legislation, as teenagers demand presidential action.
    As dozens of teens spread their bodies across the pavement outside the White House Monday to symbolize the dead and call for stronger gun controls, President Donald Trump offered support for a limited strengthening of federal background checks on gun purchases...

  • Pennsylvania’s new look?
    HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania’s high court issued a new congressional district map for the state’s 2018 elections on Monday, potentially giving Democrats a boost in their quest to capture control of the U.S. House unless Republicans can to stop it in federal court....

  • TRUDEAU TO MEET POLITICIAN BEHIND SIKH SEPARATIST CONTROVERSY
    An Indian politician who publicly accused members of Justin Trudeau’s cabinet of being connected to the Sikh separatist movement will meet the prime minister later this week.
    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed the meeting, but provided no further details on exactly what he plans to talk about with Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh....

  • ARCHITECT DESIGNED HOME IS A DREAM
    Millions of viewers across the world will tune in tonight to watch the second episode of TV crime drama Shetland, which sees the return of DI Jimmy Perez, played by Douglas Henshall. As well as trying to work out who the killer is, many viewers watch because they love seeing the rugged beauty and atmosphere of the Shetland Isles...

  • Psychiatrist by day, Debbie Harry by night
    WHAT’S the biggest challenge when it comes to recreating the distinctive sound of the Californian rock band, the Eagles? That, says Jim Bowie, would be their pristine harmonies. “We have found you need at least four people in our band who can sing,” he says...

  • KRIPPS & KOPACZ: THE MEN WITH THE GOLDEN RUN.
    PYEONGCHANG• Justin Kripps drove his sled across the finish line at the Olympic Sliding Centre, and all he saw was the number one next to his name. First place, with no one left to go. Gold medal.
    “I was just so excited and everyone started mobbing into the track,” Kripps said...

  • Cunard set for record Aussie season
    CUNARD has announced that it will base Queen Elizabeth in Australia for an unprecedented 101 days over the 2019-20 Australian cruise season.
    Queen Elizabeth will sail on six roundtrip cruises from Melbourne and two from Sydney between Dec 2019 and Mar 2020....

  • KFC in chaos as chain runs out of chicken
    Fewer than half of Scotland’s KFC stores have been able to stay open after the fast food firm ran out of its main ingredient: chicken.
    KFC said “teething problems” with new delivery partner DHL had left hundreds of stores across Britain with shortages.
    Only 21 of the chain’s 53 restaurants in Scotland were listed as open on the company’s website yesterday....

  • My time to shine Hazard sounds warning to Barca
    Eden Hazard has warned Barcelona that it is his time to shine in the Champions League, as head coach Antonio Conte considers giving the Belgian the responsibility of trying to fire Chelsea towards the quarterfinals.
    Conte could start Hazard as a “false nine”...

  • OLYMPIC GAMES COVERAGE
    History repeated itself for Canada in the two-man bobsled event at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
    Canadian Justin Kripps tied Germany’s Francesco Friedrich for gold Monday. The native of Summerland, B.C., product and brakeman Alex Kopacz of London, Ont., slid to a combined fourrun time of three minutes 16.86 seconds....

  • OPENING DOORS
    BY ALL accounts Eleanor Temple has had a very successful career as a commercial barrister.
    She is part of the successful barristers’ set Kings Chambers, chairwoman of insolvency trade body R3 in Yorkshire and is a part-time judge.
    However, the Leeds-based barrister realises that it could have been all too different if two people had not intervened....

  • Oliver battles for deal to save part of steak chain
    JAMIE OLIVER is scrambling to salvage part of his failed steak chain Barbecoa via a controversial pre-packaged deal with administrators.
    Barbecoa’s parent company Barby Ltd last night formally appointed Alix Partners to wind up its business.
    Mr Oliver was meanwhile manoeuvring to buy the flagship Barbecoa restaurant near St Paul’s back from the insolvency process...

  • Turkey will not stop if Syrian regime forces enter Afrin to back YPG terrorists
    THE REPORTED deal between Syria’s Bashar Assad Regime and the PKK terror organization’s Syrian affiliate will not affect the advance of Turkey’s Operation Olive Branch, said President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan yesterday. It was reported that the deal will allow regime forces to be deployed in Afrin to support the People’s Protection Units (YPG) against Turkish forces...

  • Russia says ‘no evidence’ it meddled in US election
    Moscow, Feb. 19: Russia’s government on Monday insisted there was no evidence that it meddled in the US elections, after Washington indicted 13 Russians for alleged covert efforts to sway voters.
    “There are no indications that the Russian government could be involved in this,” President Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov said....

  • Russian athlete hit by doping case
    PYEOCHANG, South Korea: A medal-winning Russian curler who passed rigorous vetting to attend the Pyeongchang Olympics was hit by a drugs case Monday, raising questions over the testing program and the move to let Russians compete despite systemic doping.
    Alexander...

  • Man at centre of India scam
    How a flamboyant diamond merchant allegedly swindled $1.77 billion in biggest banking fraud to hit the country India is dealing with what likely is the biggest fraud to hit the country’s banks, with companies owned by diamond merchants Nirav Modi and his uncle...

  • TEAM LEBRON
    LeBron James and Kevin Durant swarmed all over Stephen Curry in the final seconds, preventing the NBA’s best shooter from finding even a patch of open air to launch a tying 3-pointer. Defense? In an All-Star Game? That was just one of the many exciting surprises created by a big change to the league’s midseason showcase...

  • WOMEN RULE AT THE BAFTA's
    CRIME DRAMA THREE Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri captured five British BAFTA film awards on Sunday, including Best Film, topping an emotionally charged ceremony that featured fashion and rhetoric in support of the fight against sexual harassment sweeping Hollywood....

  • Leader, president offer condolences to victims’ families, nation
    An Iranian passenger plane crashed on Sunday in a foggy, mountainous region of southwest Iran, killing all 66 people on board. Aseman Airlines flight EP3704 disappeared from radar around 45 minutes after takeoff from Tehran’s Mehrabad Airport, the airline’s public relations chief Mohammad Tabatabaei said....