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  1. "Coach Sdn Bhd in Luxury Goods (Malaysia)" now available at Fast Market ResearchRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    The brand is diversifying its store location into smaller cities as Coach is positioned as an affordable luxury range. In addition, Coach is looking to increase the size of its stores since most of its newly opened outlets are two-storey flagship stores.

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  2. "Retailing in Hong Kong, China" PublishedRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    The Hong Kong retail business saw a stagnant performance in 2014 compared to that of 2013. This may be attributed to several internal and external factors which had an impact on economic conditions.

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  3. Nepal Earthquake: Local family care for young AustralianRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Age

    An Australian in Nepal has praised the generosity of her host family, who kept her safe during the weekend earthquake crisis. Samantha McGree was staying with the family in Kadaghari when the first earthquake struck, forcing them to flee the home and spend The family helped keep Ms McGree semi-dry and brought her food and water, her stepmother Leigh McGree told Fairfax Media on Monday.

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  4. The Off LoadRead the original story w/Photo

    40 min ago | Sky Sports

    The Top 14 has flipped out of all control, and boy is it fun to watch. A week before the all-French Champions Cup Final at Twickenham, the top four sides all lost, and the teams in 9th through 13th places all won.

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  5. Plans approved for camping zones in national parkRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    The board of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority unanimously approved comprehensive plans to protect the Park's unique environment following an extensive public consultation, which received more than 300 responses The core element of the proposals include the creation of four 'byelaw zones' covering 3.7per cent of the Park's total area, where camping would only be allowed by permit and would be completely banned during some periods of the year to allow the ground to recover. Around 300 camping places will also be created.

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  6. Chelsea to face Sydney in JuneRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Goal.com

    Jose Mourinho's side last toured Australia in 1965 but will return this summer to take on the A-League club, who are also set to face Tottenham during pre-season Chelsea will travel to Australia for the first time in 50 years this summer, with the Premier League leaders set to take on Sydney FC in a friendly in June. Jose Mourinho's side, who opened up a 10-point lead at the table's summit on Sunday with a 0-0 draw against Arsenal, will face the A-League side at the ANZ Stadium on June 2. Chelsea - who last toured Australia in 1965 - are expected to take a full-strength squad for their clash with Sydney, who will take on Tottenham three days earlier.

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  7. Want to Open for Ti sto in Vegas? Just Win This DJ CompetitionRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | LA Weekly

    Aussie DJ competition Your Shot is making its way across the globe to Los Angeles. The upcoming 10-part web series , sponsored by 7 Up and backed by EDM superstar TiA sto, promises to take you from making playlists on your iPod to performing as a full-blown DJ in L.A., Las Vegas, and Miami in just four weeks.

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  8. Why we need bigger airplanesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    THE annual World Happiness Report has been released that assesses a country using factors such as health, trust and fairness. So where did Australia come in? THESE haunting photos show incredible landmarks hundreds of years old, some world heritage sites, that have been destroyed, including a nine-storey tower built by royals.

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  9. Australian Actor Hugh Sheridan Hired A Helicopter And A Crew To Find...Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | International Business Times

    Australian actor Hugh Sheridan is traveling to Nepal to find his brother Zachary Sheridan, who had gone to trek at the Everest at the time a 7.9 magnitude of earthquake hit the country. The "Packed To The Rafters" actor has hired a helicopter and amassed a crew that consists of a doctor.

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  10. 10 signs you've mastered the art of embracing misadventures in a foreign landRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | CNN

    Who needs to speak their language, anyway? We've got training from all the game of charades we've played all our lives! It will be fun - actually, the right word is funny - especially if they don't understand your actions at all. I'm sure your friends will die laughing.

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  11. Netball: Steel and Thunderbirds drawRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    The Southern Steel have pulled off a dramatic last gasp draw against the Adelaide Thunderbirds in Dunedin to end an otherwise disappointing weekend of transtasman league netball for New Zealand sides. It was the second stalemate of the round after the Pulse held the visiting NSW Swifts to a 47-all draw on Saturday, but unlike their Wellington-based rivals, who blew a late opportunity to win the match, the Steel will come away from tonight's game feeling as though they pulled a rabbit out of a hat.

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  12. UQ law students bound for the United NationsRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    Two University of Queensland students will travel to New York next month as part of a bid to increase student participation at the United Nations . Students Sidney Sneddon and Samuel Bullen and Senior Law Lecturer Dr Alan Davidson, all from UQ's TC Beirne School of Law , will attend the week-long UN Commission on International Trade Law's working group session on electronic commerce.

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  13. Tuggeranong dominate ACT indoor sideRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    Cricket ACT today announced the selection of the ACT Rockets for 2015. Commenting on the players named, Indoor Cricket Manager Cameron Walter said "this side sees the return of all but one player from 2014, and the addition of three rookies, ensuring we have the right balance of fresh faces and experience."

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  14. Highlighting a spectacular regionRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    SOUTHERN Adelaide residents will enjoy a bumper edition of the Southern Times Messenger this week, with a showcase publication celebrating the region's many highlights. In an unprecedented move the Southern Times Messenger will include a 64-page wraparound which canvasses everything from local famous faces and the contribution of volunteers, to the hottest property deals and a guide to best in local restaurants.

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  15. Heavy rain and gales ease across countryRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Dominion Post

    Wind and rain are still battering parts of the North Island but after shattered windows and flying roof tiles, things are bit calmer in the Auckland region. MetService meteorologist David Miller said after heavy rain and strong north easterlies some calm was restored to the region by the early evening.

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  16. Chelsea set for Sydney friendlyRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Sky Sports

    Chelsea are set to celebrate a potential Premier League title win with a post-season friendly in Australia on June 2. The Blues have announced a friendly with Sydney FC at the ANZ Stadium, a day after a goalless draw at Arsenal moved them within six points of a first Premier League crown in five years. Jose Mourinho's side could secure the title as soon as Sunday with wins at Leicester and at home to Crystal Palace.

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  17. Victory v City blockbuster a finals chanceRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Melbourne Victory could host Melbourne City in a blockbuster A-League semi-final with the game likely to be shifted from AAMI Park to Etihad Stadium on Friday, May 8. For that to happen, City would need to win in Wellington this Sunday and Adelaide would need to see off Brisbane Roar on Friday night at Adelaide Oval. If those two results occurred, Victory, as the highest placed side in the semi-finals, would face the lowest ranked team still remaining in the draw, which would be Melbourne City, who finished fifth in the regular season.

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  18. Vanuatu hotels reopen after devastating Cyclone PamRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | ABC News

    Vanuatu's tourism industry is back, with more than half of Vanuatu's resorts reopening, including some on the hardest hit islands, just six weeks after Tropical Cyclone Pam devastated much of the country. Staff and local communities have been working around the clock to get small hotels ready for guests and they are bouncing back faster than larger resorts.

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  19. Chelsea announce post-season Australia trip to face Sydney FC on June 2Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    The Blues had initially planned the trip to celebrate their Capital One Cup success but are now hoping it will be a tour to celebrate a historic double The Blues will be hoping to take the Premier League title with them on a trip to Australia to face Sydney FC at the ANZ Stadium on June 2. Mourinho's men can claim the league crown with wins over Leicester City and Crystal Palace in the next seven days - and they plan to take their celebratory party to Australia. Earlier this month, Mourinho revealed that a trip was being planned to the Oceanic nation to celebrate the Capital One Cup success.

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  20. Australian Islamic State doctor Tareq Kamleh's sudden change after mystery trip in 2013Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Australian jihadist doctor Tareq Kamleh morphed suddenly from a partying "playboy" doctor to a strict Muslim after a mysterious camping trip, former colleagues say. Dr Kamleh, who up until recently was working in the health system in Perth, appeared in a propaganda video for Islamic State released this week where he spruiked its health services and asked other Muslim clinicians to join him.

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