Your Search Returned 56 tagged news reports
Two days later, George Washington graduate student Maurice Creek was asked to recreate his shot that beat Maryland. "Kind of right here," he said, hovering by the spot to the left of the free-throw line and just inside the 3-point arc. "Let's see."
Sky commentary role given up for now after revelations of match-fixing inquiry...Photo / Greg Bowker "He is going to focus on these claims, or supposed claims." Cairns had made the decision to step down himself and Sky would consider using him again
Boxing promoter Dean Lonergan is now targeting August or September next year for a Joseph Parker showdown with a top-10 world-ranked heavyweight fighter in Invercargill. Lonergan is a director of Duco Events, which has said for some time it wants to
Ana Blazic What is it with the youth of today, and this HSC thing turning them into joyless study drones that never leave their rooms except for timed meal and bathroom breaks? The high school my son attends promised my wife and I six years ago that
More Information A year after moving its headquarters to Charlotte, Chiquita Brands is making good on a pledge to be involved in the community by naming United Way a key beneficiary of its charitable efforts, including the ongoing Chiquita Classic
League event planners insist revelling will remain civilised but residents unconvinced. The prospect of a booze-fuelled Wellington Sevens-style crowd marauding around Mt Eden and Sandringham hasn't gone down well with the Eden Park Residents'
Club Travel boss Liam Lonergan said there was a noticeable drop in booking over the last five weeks, but added that the vast majority of booking would have been made before the hot spell. Mr Lonergan said the impact on revenues for the year "will be
He testified that he never reported priests accused of sexually abusing children to police. He had no recollection at all of a meeting in 1993 when the paedophile priest Denis McAlinden ''opened up and confessed freely'' to him, as stated by
Sexual abuse victim known as AH leaves Newcastle Supreme Court on Tuesday. Photo: Darren Pateman He has moved on with his life but even nine years after the court case, the man who endured years of dreadful abuse as a boy by a Catholic priest in the
Darren Pateman Bishop Michael Malone admitted he was ''bumbling'' in his first nine years of dealing with child sex abuse allegations against two priests in his Maitland-Newcastle diocese because he found ''the whole area so distasteful'' and ''very