Monthly Archives: July 2014

Marc Leishman leaps to lead at WGC

Marc Leishman leaps to lead at WGC

Marc Leishman has continued his hot British Open form to take the clubhouse lead late in the opening round of the lucrative World Golf Championships Bridgestone Invitational. The Victorian carved up Firestone Country Club with eight birdies and just two ...

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Neymar well on the road to recovery

Neymar well on the road to recovery

Barcelona striker Neymar says he is almost back to full fitness after his serious back injury suffered at the World Cup. The 22-year-old Neymar made a promotional trip to Tokyo where he will film a commercial for a Japanese mattress ...

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Johnson unavailable to break 13 year hoodoo

Johnson unavailable to break 13 year hoodoo

The Warriors are confident of finally achieving a successful raid in Canberra but they will be without Shaun Johnson who has reaggravated his groin yesterday at training. The New Zealand club have talked this week about their inability to win ...

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All Blacks’ back-three conundrum

All Blacks’ back-three conundrum

Ben Smith isn’t concerned but All Blacks coach Steve Hansen concedes that the make-up of his back-three is yet to be decided for the opening Rugby Championship Test against the Wallabies in Sydney in two weeks. Smith has been New ...

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Hungry Crusaders ready to feast on NSW

Hungry Crusaders ready to feast on NSW

A refreshed and more highly motivated Dan Carter says the Crusaders are hungry for a Super Rugby final win and has paid NSW Waratahs opposite number Kurtley Beale a big compliment. Recently back from a sabbatical, peerless All Blacks five-eighth ...

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Fiji Table Tennis gets new home

Fiji Table Tennis gets new home

The Fiji Table Tennis’s struggle to find a new home has come to an end today. The Association has signed an agreement with the Fiji Sports Council to lease six classrooms and two office spaces at the Laucala Bay Secondary ...

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Banuve bounces back, Fiji Bowlers bombed out

Banuve bounces back, Fiji Bowlers bombed out

Pacific sprint king Banuve Tabakaucoro has bounced back from his disappointing run in the 100 meters to progress into the second round of the 200 meters event at the Commonwealth Games. Tabakaucoro came second in Heat 1 of the mens ...

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Action against French Polynesia President Gaston Flosse delayed

Action against French Polynesia President Gaston Flosse delayed

The French High Commissioner in French Polynesia is delaying taking action against the territory’s president over a corruption conviction. The French High Commissioner in French Polynesia is delaying taking action against the territory’s president over a corruption conviction. The French ...

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Number of 9/11-related cancer cases is growing

Number of 9/11-related cancer cases is growing

Cancer is plaguing a growing number of first responders and rescuers who worked at ground zero after the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. These are cancers the federal government says are thought to be ...

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New multi-million dollar Navua Hospital opens its doors

New multi-million dollar Navua Hospital opens its doors

Yesterday marked a new era for people living in Navua, Namosi and Serua. This is after the opening of a brand new Navua Hospital today. Funded with help from the Chinese Government, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says this will go ...

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