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Active tribute from Dockers
The midfielder made his AFL debut on Anzac Day 2010 as a teenager, getting 13 touches and kicking 1.4 against Richmond.
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Wed Apr 23, 2014
Pine Richland teachers roll out public support in labor talks with district
Former teachers, board members and administrators spoke in support of Pine-Richland teachers in ongoing contract negotiations before an audience of more than 200 during the public comment portion of Monday night's school board meeting.
The Alternative Press
Sen. Cory Booker Meets YTTW Graduates Employed by Saint Barnabas and Discusses LEAP Act
LIVINGSTON, NJ Guests in the lobby of Saint Barnabas Medical Center got up close and personal with Senator Cory Booker , who graciously shook their hands and posed for selfies on Tuesday.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
In These Times
Toppling the Tea Party
Prospects look grim for congressional Democrats this fall. Political forecasters are predicting that the party will fail to wrest control of the House from the GOP and will lose its majority in the Senate.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
The MCG stands were packed for the Geelong-Hawthorn Easter Monday game in 2010
The AFL's controversial ticketing policy has caused more outrage ahead of the most hotly anticipated game of the season.
Zones help alleviate congestion: coach
As the AFL community searches for a way to overcome the unsightly congestion which so litters most games, TAC Cup coach Leigh Brown has indicated that a radical rule experiment with playing zones is creating more space and in turn a free-flowing spectacle in the under-18 competition.
Outside the Beltway
Elizabeth Warren Once Again Says She's Not Running For President
Days before the release of her new book, Sen. Elizabeth Warren reiterated that she's not angling for a White House bid.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
AFL-CIO chief calls Warren 'prototype' of good president
Warren memoir offers revealing inside tales - WASHINGTON - Summoned to the White House in September 2010, Elizabeth Warren met President Obama in the Oval Office and he escorted her outside to a garden patio.
Caddy out for eight weeks
Geelong's Josh Caddy is set to miss eight weeks after he broke a foot in a mishap at training on Thursday.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Average CEO's Pay 331 Times Workers' Pay
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution cites new pay comparisons released Tuesday by the AFL-CIO in reporting that "the average American worker would have to work 331 years to match last year's pay of the typical chief executive in corporate America."
CEO pay at top companies now 331 times that of average worker, 774 times that of minimum-wage worker
On Sunday, The New York Times published its 2013 compensation survey of CEOs at the 100 largest publicly traded American companies.
Melbourne's Jack Trengove relieved to find an explanation for his struggles
As Jack Trengove's fifth season of AFL football came to a premature end, one of his key former coaches has insisted he deserved his No.
CEO Pay Soars As Worker Pay Stagnates
How's your job going if you even have one? The odds are very, very high that you haven't seen a raise in a long time.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Portland Thunder try to solidify QB spot with trade for Kyle Rowley
The Portland Thunder picked up 2010 ArenaBowl champion quarterback Kyle Rowley from the Orlando Predators in return for top wide receiver Jeffrey Solomon.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Cycling Australia interim CEO agrees to a final contract extension
In an internal correspondence to Cycling Australia staff and board members, interim CEO Adrian Anderson addressed his first five months in the role and announced that he is has "agreed to a final contract extension through until 9 May" in an effort to complete key tasks set in motion until a permanent CEO can be recruited.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Labor's rhetoric vs. reality
Last week's Supreme Court decision in McCutcheon v. FEC struck down federal limits on the total amount individuals can contribute to combinations of federal candidates and parties during a two-year election cycle.
Nobody Deserves a New Mansion More Than Les Moonves
Lots of corporate CEOs are overpaid, but perhaps none is as spectacularly and flagrantly overpaid as Les Moonves, who runs CBS, a company most famous for making bad TV shows.
BFL: Sebastopol secures former AFL-listed player for one-off game
Former AFL-listed player Lucas Cook and Coleman Schache from the North Ballarat Roosters were both cleared late today to play for the Burras, having missed out on selection for the VFL senior side.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Deja vu: Rowland indicted for campaign cover-up
In this July 2, 2010 file photo, former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland sits in studio as a talk show host on WTIC AM radio in Farmington, Conn.
Saints open to return home
St Kilda says its involvement in the proposed multimillion dollar redevelopment of Junction Oval is ''highly speculative'', although the club has not closed the door on the romantic notion of returning to its original home.