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Milne's career on the brink
The Herald Sun has been told the brief of evidence against Milne contains new and stronger evidence than the brief prosecutors and senior police rejected as too weak nine years ago.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
When the quest for a promotion turns into a talent show
When insurance executives at Aflac sought employees for plum assignments last year, they abandoned the traditional resumes and job interview routine.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Demons must develop the 'Melbourne Way': Cats
The man instrumental in turning Geelong into a power on and off the field says the Demons must first develop a "Melbourne Way" blueprint if they are to emerge as a force in the AFL.
Wirrpanda plans to speak his mind
Nationals candidate David Wirrpanda said yesterday he would sit inside Tony Abbott's joint party room if he and the coalition prevailed in September - but vowed to vote against policies he did not agree with.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Serious side of the Sun
If he chose to dwell on difficult questions, Campbell Brown could torture himself in an impossible search for definitive answers.
The American Prospect
Robert Kuttner: Nothing to Hide, Much to Fear
It's just a modest generic invasion of privacy that is not even activated in most cases.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
McDonald, Taggert talk Melbourne's dismal start to season
WIMMERA HEROES: Melbourne Demons Tom McDonald, left, and Rory Taggert returned to the Wimmera for a football clinic at Warracknabeal Primary School on Wednesday.
Obama nears decision on Bangladesh trade following tragedies
U.S. President Barack Obama listens to Peruvian President Ollanta Humala in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, June 11, 2013.
Shane takes to the road
The Footy Show larrikin will visit the Tom Flood Sports Centre on Thursday night as part of his biggest challenge yet, the Tour De Crawf - Ride to the other side.
25 years' jail for $10m drug 'factory'
A GLENELG man who ran a $10 million methylamphetamine factory while on parole for previous drug offences has been jailed for 25 years.
Obama: Sweat the Small Stuff for Big Justice
The imaginative uses of the mighty presidency in American history and its bully pulpit have rarely been much above amateurish when it comes to helping people empower themselves.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Letter carriers score well-fed food drive
An annual program, this year's " Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive " showed a five-percent growth over 2012's collections, NALC president Frederic Rolando says.
Obama: 'Congress needs to act' on immigration
With a key Senate vote scheduled Tuesday, President Barack Obama sought to gain momentum for his top second-term legislative priority by urging Congress to pass a comprehensive immigration reform measure before the end of the summer, warning those who would oppose the bill that there is "no good reason to play procedural games or engage in ... (more)
Athletes pursue victory in Eaglehawk to Bendigo classic
More than 80 athletes will do battle from noon in the Flack Advisory-backed classic, which is the richest professional road race in Victoria.
AFL: Melbourne Demons forward Chris Dawes in fitness race to face St Kilda
Melbourne is holding out hope that key forward Chris Dawes can overcome an ankle injury in time to play in its next AFL match against St Kilda on Saturday week.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Donohue plays hardball for U.S. Chamber of Commerce
As president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Thomas Donohue has put the chamber in "full-time attack mode."
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Bradley McCaw Tours Australia and New York, Beginning Today
Australia's newest cabaret sensation and winner of the 2012 Australian Cabaret Showcase, Bradley McCaw will tour Australia and New York from tonight, 8 June 2013 with his new show Cabaret: The Complete Authorised Biography.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
The real immigration crisis ahead
This is a scenario posed by RenA© Zenteno , a professor of demography at University of Texas-San Antonio and a former undersecretary of population, migration and religious affairs in Mexico's Ministry of the Interior .
The San Diego Union-Tribune
County pension costs are rising
The cost to San Diego County government for its employee retirement system has grown by 37 percent since 2010, hitting $418 million this year, according to a new report by a taxpayer watchdog group.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Footy legend headed for trial
In a ruling obtained by The Advertiser , Master Rice has refused Mr Abernethy's request to strike out allegations that he wrongfully and maliciously undermined his former employer and ruled the claim against the media personality and his business partner, Mark Warton, should go ahead.