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The Block: All Stars continues to build for Nine (3/4/2013)
The Block: All Stars has now rated over one million city viewers for a week, with a series high of 1.44 million tuned in last night. Preliminary OzTam capital data showed the program was number one for the night across all demographics. But Seven’s consistent Sunday performers – Downton Abbey (1.306 million), Seven News (1.261 [...] The post The Block: All Stars continues to build for Nine ...
The perfect wedding dress for your shape (3/4/2013)
Getting ready to say “I do” to your one-and-only? With the engagement ring on your finger, now it's time to choose the dress. With the help of Nelly de Kouessan, wedding planner at Ness Bethel, and expert make-over artist Cristina Cordula, here are some tips to find the dress of your dreams that perfectly suits your body shape.
AP PHOTOS: The Iditarod, past and present (3/3/2013)
The competitive part of world's most famous sled dog race, the Iditarod, starts Sunday in Willow, Alaska, 50 miles north of Anchorage. The race teams leave the big crowds behind for remote terrain shared mostly with their dogs on a grueling 1,000-mile trek through unpredictable wilderness to the old gold rush town of Nome. Whoever reaches Nome first wins a new truck and $50,400. The next 29 ...
A push for change in China as new leaders take the helm (3/3/2013)
YUANGUDUI, China (Reuters) - For Chen Qiuyang, the new Chinese leadership that formally takes over this month can radically improve her life by doing just one thing: providing running water in her village in a remote corner of the northwestern province of Gansu. "We have to carry water from the well on our shoulders several times day. It's exhausting," Chen, who looked older than her 28 years ...
The real problem with the sequester is that it unfairly targets the poor | Sharon Parrott and Joel Friedman (3/3/2013)
Selective math obscures the fact that upcoming cuts will hurt millions of Americans, possibly for years to come Skeptics have downplayed the likely impact of "sequestration" – the $85bn cut in federal funding that's slated to begin Friday – noting that it equals just 2.4% of total federal spending this year and that spending will continue to grow despite the cut. But this math obscures the harm ...
The lowdown on relationship counselling (3/4/2013)
In this day and age, a relationship counsellor is almost a necessity for a happy and harmonious relationship or family. Still, the role of the counsellor isn’t always clear. Bénédicte Maufrais, vice president of France's ANCCEF (National Association of Family and Relationship Counsellors), answers our frequently asked questions about therapy and briefly outlines the process.
The Vijay-Pujara show (3/4/2013)
Australia may have to contemplate on what grounds they dropped Lyon. Less said the better about Maxwell, who looked a mere part-timer.
'The Hobbit' tops $1-billion mark in worldwide box-office sales (3/4/2013)
Warner Bros.' New Line division may be let down over the underwhelming opening of its big-budget "Jack the Giant Slayer," but the company has something to celebrate: "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" crossed the $1-billion milestone Sunday.
Farrakhan: Unified black community can end the violence, whites should accept responsibility (3/2/2013)
A splintered black community will not see an end to the violence afflicting inner cities. White people must accept responsibility for their role in destroying the black community. And America needs to start targeting the unseen gun runners selling guns to gang bangers. All those were among the messages controversial Nation of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan delivered to a packed house at ...
Govt warns the west of coalition assault (3/4/2013)
Treasurer Wayne Swan claims the average family could lose up to $2,300 a year under a coalition government.