Trapped miners die in Johannesburg as result of underground fire Albert Buitenhuis will live to fight another 23-months in Christchurch, New Zealand after receiving ... AN underground fire at the Harmony Gold Doornkop gold mine west of Johannesburg claimed the lives of nine miners last week, while eight others were ... 02/5/2014 - 11:00 am | View Link
Numerous miners trapped underground worldwide in recent years Twenty-eight gold miners in New Zealand were rescued after a fire broke out. It took seven hours. Rescue in New Zealand mine fireWorkers trapped underground in a New Zealand gold mine have been rescued, seven hours after a truck engine caught fire. 09/25/2012 - 10:56 am | View Link
Trapped New Zealand miners rescued Twenty-eight miners have been rescued from New Zealand's Trio gold mine in the North Island town of Waihi after a fire trapped them underground for more than five hours. The miners were forced to take shelter in three underground refuge chambers after a ... 07/17/2012 - 5:42 am | View Link
Rescued: 28 trapped miners from New Zealand gold mine It was seven anxious hours before families awaiting news at the Trio Gold ... miners were "fine and everyone's in good spirits". He added: "One person may have smoke inhalation, and we will look after him as a precaution." Mr Grindlay said the cause of the ... 07/17/2012 - 1:47 am | View Link
All 28 miners rescued from New Zealand gold mine after fire; some were trapped for 7 hours WELLINGTON, New Zealand - Twenty-eight miners were rescued from a New Zealand gold mine Tuesday after a fire trapped the men underground for up to seven hours. A truck engine caught fire early Tuesday at the Trio mine in the North Island town of Waihi. 07/16/2012 - 11:13 pm | View Link
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Murder at Pike River Mine? 19 May 2010. The damning report into the systemic failure of the New Zealand Police to investigate child abuse allegations has just been released by the so ... 10/21/2014 - 4:45 pm | View Website
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Trapped Released: November 11, 2003; Label: Columbia Records; Producers: Bruce Springsteen, Mike Appel, Roy Bittan, Jimmy Cretecos, Jon Landau, Brendan O’Brien, Chuck ... 10/20/2014 - 12:12 am | View Website
Bonhams auction house says the winning bid on Wednesday came from The Henry Ford museum.
Other lots included a letter by Charles Darwin to a colleague about the sex life of barnacles, and a Helmholtz sound synthesizer from 1905, the earliest electrical keyboard.
Andre Ellington wasn't in a walking boot, and that's not been the case most Wednesdays this season.
Since he injured his left foot just before the first game, the Cardinals have had to nurse the dynamic young running back through a week of practice then turn him loose on Sundays.
In Arizona's 24-13 win over Oakland last Sunday, he carried 24 times for 88 yards and caught six passes for 72 yards, becoming the fifth player in franchise history with at least 80 yards rushing and 70 yards receiving in the same game.
The Cardinals should be grateful that in the 2013 draft combine, Ellington — a speedster at Clemson — injured his hamstring, resulting in a slow 40-yard time.
Ellington burst onto the scene midway through his rookie season, rushing for 157 yards against Atlanta, including an 80-yard touchdown run.
 coach Bruce Arians points to a contest in Week 15 as the one that let him know he had a player he could build an offense around.
When he's back there each week, he's been in the passing game, blocking, he's been running the football, he's been 'Decoy Leroy' on some plays.
Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan and Republican businessman Walt Havenstein found something to agree on Wednesday in their first televised debate in the governor's race — those responsible for the weekend riot near the Keene Pumpkin Festival should be held accountable.
WBIN-TV aired the debate, which included the candidates' comments on the Saturday melee that prompted police to turn out in riot gear and use tear gas to control huge crowds near the festival site after some among them began throwing bottles, rocks, debris, and other objects.
Hassan has pointed to bipartisan action during her first term — the expansion of Medicaid and a gas tax hike to fund road and bridge improvements — as evidence she deserves another term.
A federal judge set a March trial date for a lawsuit filed on the behalf of mentally ill inmates who are waiting weeks to months for competency evaluations and treatment.
Before deciding on a date, U. S. District Chief Judge Marsha Pechman repeatedly asked the disability rights lawyers whether the wait list issue could be decided with a summary judgment.
Inbee Park will take the No. 1 spot in women's golf from Stacy Lewis on Monday.
Both players are skipping the Blue Bay LPGA this week in China.
Lewis has held the top spot 21 weeks. She moved to No. 1 on June 2 following her victory in the ShopRite LPGA Classic.
Atlanta Police spokesman John Chafee says some 30 demonstrators in a group of up to 80 people blocked northbound lanes Wednesday evening on the heavily traveled "Downtown Connector" where two interstates converge.
Mary Hooks, who identified herself as a grassroots protest organizer, says the event comes amid a national week of resistance to mass incarceration and police brutality.