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Sebastian Costanzo John O'Shea is set to be announced as Darley's head trainer as early as Thursday following a final interview. Fairfax Media has been told O'Shea made a trip to Dubai, during a family holiday to Thailand, to meet Sheikh Mohammed.
The New York Film Critics Circle named "American Hustle," a film about 1970s con artists forced to work with the FBI, as best film of 2013 on Tuesday and gave its top acting prizes to Robert Redford and Cate Blanchett in the first major movie honors
Sonya Bernadette Murphy, 47, a long-time employee of the company, admitted stealing $882,000 in 475 transactions over four years. She was sacked from her role as administration manager in the company's head office in March, when her offending was
The children's father did not disclose a family history colored by mental illness, and that genetic propensity has so far manifested itself in two of Ms...Yaramineliz Diaz, a daughter, first began behaving strangely in 2004, when she was 14 years old.
Aunkurita was the strongest member in the family who was treated more like a son than a daughter," said the mother of 21-year-old Aunkurita Tripathi, whose allegedly committed suicide on Friday afternoon. Aunkurita was found hanging from a curtain
Dr Kanchan Jagtap, Deputy Director of Health, Pune, has issued a showcause notice to superintendent of Yerawada mental hospital Dr Vilas Bhailume for lax administration and also suspended three ward boys following the death of two mentally ill
Makati K9 units to stay in Yolanda-hit Leyte as long as necessary' for search ops December 4, 2013 8:08am Makati City on Tuesday reassured victims of super typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) its K-9 units are staying in Leyte "as long as necessary" to search
Former England national soccer team captain David Beckham Associated Press Toronto FC manager Ryan Nelsen greets the Columbus Crew before the teams compete in the MLS Trillium Cup in Toronto on Saturday, July 27, 2013. Fresh from a trip to England
Two security guards at Reliant Stadium in Houston said they were fired for posing in a picture with New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady after the game. The picture was taken on the sidelines after New England's 34-31 comeback victory over the
Night Train to Lisbon has no intention of provoking anyone; it would much rather soothe and dreamily lull them. Well, gentle has its charms, and August's vision of the world, archaic though it may willingly be, is appealingly urbane a place of