Monthly Archives: November 2014

Tourism Fiji global marketing head resigns

Tourism Fiji global marketing head resigns

Tourism Fiji has accepted the resignation of its head of global marketing Ken Freer. He joined Tourism Fiji last year. Tourism Fiji chairman Stefan Pichler thanked Freer for his contribution during his short stint. “We’d like to thank Ken for ...

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Russians buying up high-end London property

Russians buying up high-end London property

Super rich Russian buyers are streaming back into the London property market, searching for new homes for their millions as the domestic economy falters and currency tumbles. Real estate consultancy Knight Frank said sales of “super-prime” properties in the U.K. ...

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4 killed in knife, bomb attack in China's restive Xinjiang region

4 killed in knife, bomb attack in China's restive Xinjiang region

Assailants threw explosives and attacked people with knives in northwestern China’s volatile Xinjiang region, killing four people in what local authorities called a terrorist attack, state news reported Saturday. The attack happened Friday on a street in Xinjiang’s Shache County ...

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Brisbane Test could be held in new year

Brisbane Test could be held in new year

The Brisbane Test could be moved into the new year under one scenario being considered by Cricket Australia on Sunday night in a bid to salvage the game after Phillip Hughes’s death. The welfare of Australia’s players, who are grieving ...

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Manchester City thump Southampton

Manchester City thump Southampton

Champions Manchester City have beaten Southampton 3-nil at St Mary’s to apply some pressure to English Premier League football leaders Chelsea. With table-topping Chelsea held to a nil-all draw against Sunderland yesterday, victory for City took them above Southampton into ...

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Pocock arrested at mine protest

Pocock arrested at mine protest

Former Australia captain David Pocock has been arrested after chaining himself to a digger along with other activists over the proposed construction of a coalmine in New South Wales. Pocock and others were arrested after ten hours of protesting at ...

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Taiwan's premier resigns after election loss

Taiwan's premier resigns after election loss

The premier of Taiwan announced his resignation on Saturday after losing the first election since protests erupted over a controversial trade deal with mainland China. The move by Jiang Yi-huah sets the stage for significant turnover, and possibly reforms, in ...

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Angelina Jolie: Mansion tax 'could put me off' U.K. move

Angelina Jolie: Mansion tax 'could put me off' U.K. move

A controversial plan to tax expensive properties in the U.K. could keep Angelina Jolie from becoming a Londoner. The Hollywood actress said she was fond of England, having lived in the country before. “It would be really nice to have ...

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At least 40 fighters killed in Syrian city of Kobani

At least 40 fighters killed in Syrian city of Kobani

At least 40 fighters on both sides were killed as Syrian Kurdish fighters and ISIS militants clashed in the northern Syrian city of Kobani, a monitoring group said Saturday. Kurdish fighters belonging to the People’s Protection Units, known as YPG, ...

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