Tragic sporting deaths that sparked safety re-thinks Batsman Phillip Hughes died after he was struck on the neck by a bouncer during an Australian domestic match in 2014, stunning the sporting world. An independent review into the tragedy, ordered by Cricket Australia, recommended that helmets made to ... 10/13/2016 - 8:09 pm | View Link
Mature Australia Party The following featured ‘friends or foes’ offer just a snapshot of more than a thousand candidates across 150 electorates, so we implore you to do your own research before you head to the ballot box on July 2. There are many minor parties who will be ... 05/31/2016 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Sanctions to be imposed on school administrators for unfair sporting practices Carter Lecture, held at the St Andrew School on January 8, Education Minister Ronald Thwaites, warned that there will be sanctions for school administrators involved in unfair sporting practices, such as match fixing and bribing. “Playing for money is ... 01/8/2015 - 6:36 pm | View Link
Use internal data to give recruitment a sporting chance, says AMS Companies should take a leaf out of sports teams’ book and use data about existing employees to better understand what to look for when recruiting, according to a new report by Alexander Mann Solutions (AMS). In partnership with the HRO Today Institute ... 11/27/2013 - 11:00 am | View Link
The wRap At least 32 candidates and supporters of the Liberal Party are presently ... that had not used capital punishment for several years resumed executions in 2012, Amnesty International (AI) said on Wednesday, April 10. According to its annual survey on ... 04/9/2013 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Elections Jul. 26, 2016. An Associated Press analysis of the representation of women in elected office found New York generally in line with national numbers. 12/3/2016 - 7:04 pm | View Website
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Two days after Mark Melancon set a new economic benchmark for relief pitchers, Aroldis Chapman blew it away much like he does opposing hitters. On the final night of baseball's winter meetings, Chapman reportedly signed with the New York Yankees for five years and $86 million, a deal that returns
May Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy's glorious mullet rest in peace maybe. According to a tweet from Cowboys DE Triston Grant, Gundy was in Klip It Up Salon in Stillwater Wednesday evening. Whether Gundy just went in for a trim or to get rid of the mullet entirely remains to be seen.
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott has drawn various comparisons in his brief NFL career. Some have said he's like Emmitt Smith. Some have even said that he's already better than Smith. Some say he's like LaSean McCoy. The list goes on. But all of those players Zeke is being compared to are running backs.
UNIVERSITY PARK -- Overshadowed by rival TCU's winning streak, SMU overwhelmed the Frogs on Wednesday night at Moody Coliseum. The Mustangs turned in their best performance with an authoritative 74-59 victory before a sellout crowd of 6,967. For SMU (7-3), handing TCU (8-1) its first loss was the kind of victory needed to hasten the new lineup's development.
With a productive, hole-patching day of inexpensive free-agent additions at the Winter Meetings on Wednesday, the Marlins’ 2017 roster is starting to come into focus. The team agreed to terms on one-year contracts with backup catcher A. J. Ellis, back-end starting pitcher Jeff Locke and middle reliever
First-year UCF football coach Scott Frost assured fans last week he's not bolting for a Power 5 conference job yet. Instead, the 41-year-old has been trying to bring the experience of a bigger budget program to the Knights. This season, players were able to use iPads for the first time to assist