Monthly Archives: May 2015

Carter: Iraqis showed ‘no will to fight’ in Ramadi

Carter: Iraqis showed ‘no will to fight’ in Ramadi

Defense Secretary Ash Carter, in his first comments since the key town of Ramadi fell to ISIS, blamed the weak state of Iraq’s military as one major reason for the city’s fall, in an exclusive interview on CNN’s “State of ...

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Dixon fails to convert pole at Indy 500

Dixon fails to convert pole at Indy 500

The New Zealand Indy Car driver Scott Dixon failed to convert his pole position into victory as he finished fourth at this morning’s Indy 500. Colombian Juan Pablo Montoya came from the back of field to win the 99th running ...

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Iraq, the war that won’t go away

Iraq, the war that won’t go away

Iraq isn’t going away anytime soon. Over the past few weeks, Republican presidential candidates have been scrambling to explain what their position is on the war that was launched under President George W. Bush. Julian Zelizer His brother, former Florida ...

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Samoan Language Week celebrated in NZ

Samoan Language Week celebrated in NZ

A primary school teacher in Auckland says allowing students to speak Samoan at school, helps with their confidence to learn in the classroom. Samoan is the second most commonly spoken language in Auckland, and the third most spoken in New ...

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Smart money is buying energy stocks. Should you?

Smart money is buying energy stocks. Should you?

Forget politics and religion. One of the biggest debates on Wall Street these days is whether oil and energy stocks are toxic or terrific. Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAC) put out a note last week telling clients now is ...

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Australia adds US$27m to Vanuatu aid drive

Australia adds US$27m to Vanuatu aid drive

Australia’s foreign minister, Julie Bishop, says Australia will provide an additional $US27-million to support the long-term recovery of Vanuatu from Tropical Cyclone Pam, the most powerful cyclone ever recorded in Vanuatu. Cyclone Pam caused severe damage to housing, health centres, ...

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Reds give up on keeping Cooper

Reds give up on keeping Cooper

The Queensland Reds say they have done all they can to retain Quade Cooper and have begun planning for life without the off-contract Wallabies star. Cooper is set to make his return from a shoulder fracture for Saturday’s Super Rugby ...

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