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Funny Money Rub your fingers along the bank note where the value of the note is shown. The surface should be rough, presenting a slight embossment of the denomination numbers. Hold Indonesia bank bills up to a light. All genuine currency issued by Bank Indonesia has a watermark image depicting an Indonesian revolutionary

Bank Indonesia Issues Advice on How To Detect Fake Rupiah Bank Notes During the first half of 2013, Bank Indonesia discovered 2,141 counterfeit Indonesian Rupiah bank notes, 97% of which were in the denomination of Rp 100,000 bills. According to Bank Indonesia, the amount of fake Indonesian Rupiah notes increased 54% from the same period in 2012 when the Bank confiscated 1,386 counterfeit notes in Bali. The chief of the Bali Branch of Bank Indonesia, Dwi Pranoto,

Continued from page 1 The timing and date of the move was done in accordance with dewasa aya – the Balinese calendar that sets out specific and propitious dates for major undertakings. The entire move went smoothly requiring only one hour to complete and took place almost one year later than originally planned by the airport authority

issued a statement late last week asking the public to help detect the presence of counterfeit Indonesian Rupiah bank notes by: Looking at a bank note, blurred printing is a sign of counterfeiting. Official Rupiah bank notes have sharp and distinct printing impressions. and four year's after the monument's initial erection. Much care and attention was invested in the statue's initial erection in 2009. The statues (including its pedestal) stood 8 meters high and was surrounded by 17 water fountains in order to reflect the founding date of the Indonesian Republic August 17, 1945. It is not clear if this numerological significance has been preserved

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BALI THE RIGHT WAY G'day again folks and welcome to the Rag for another run. What a week it's been with the royal family having a new born boy which is third in line for the thrown, to the Maroons winning their eighth straight win against the blues. It seems the poor old Blues are set to wait for at least another year without the bragging rights.

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The Mighty Pies dropped a game to the Gold Coast along with Freo missing a win to Richmond and the even bigger surprise, for me anyway, was Geelong losing to Adelaide. I think the game of the round goes to Carlton for getting up over the Kangaroos by a point last Friday night. aliasj@kutaweekly.com

While I'm on the subject of A.F.L I watched, all be it a week or so ago, the Footy Show in which they showed Shane Crawford ride into the Perth Arena after riding his push bike from Melbourne to raise money for breast cancer. This bloke is a true champ as doing the things he does for such a good cause is outstanding and should be a testament to just how good most Australians are when it comes to charity in the sporting code. It was only a while back that he embarked on a mammoth walk to raise coin for the same cause, which he did well. I think that the most of us should remember that this bloke and his support crew don't get paid to do what they do and there is absolutely no financial gain for anyone involved in the venture. All punters involved put their own time up, with some taking their annual holidays to be a part of it. What a fantastic thing the “Tour De Crawf” was in so far as raising a lot of well needed funding for the so many people that are affected by this terrible disease and the fact that he has raised the awareness of the problem it is in Australia. I for one made a little donation and trust that many others did. The final tally for the show was almost 1.4 million Aussie dollars, which is a fair indication that the people of Australia are generally of good heart and are always prepared to get in and back those less fortunate in the community. I think Shane Crawford should be nominated for, and become Australian of the year for the efforts he has made and I'm sure there is a website that allows us to vote for that, so get on Google and take a look. You have my vote Mr Crawford and I take my hat off to you. Ok folks I will close this week but first would like to reference a television program that was aired during the week absolutely slamming Bali. The program suggested that one person on holidays dies on the island every nine days and that it is a much darker place than most people see. What a load of rubbish. The Balinese have absolutely done and do everything they possibly can to make this place the best holiday destination in the region and at what point will the powers that be in the Australian media stop sledging the place. If it isn't a cheap shot at the drink mixing that happens at every pub (rubbish) to the dirty restaurant's. I think there is an even darker side to the reason these media house are pushing to turn people against the place. Possibly they want to stop the flow of holiday maker's cash from landing on the shore's here?? At the end of the day, every place has a dark side somewhere and we don't continually have that rammed down our throats in an attempt to stop us going there. You think Bali is rough, go to Las Vegas and take a look at a seedy side?? It's as dangerous as you make it. If you're out drinking to the point that you can't walk or talk properly anywhere in the world then you are putting yourself at risk. Leave Bali alone and concentrate on issues that effect the town you live in. Ok folks on that, I will leave you alone for another week and trust that the most of you stay safe, happy, healthy and always remember, Never send a man to do a women's job, Enjoy your week. ALIASJ………

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Sanur is a town on the east coast of South Bali. Sanur is Bali's oldest upscale resort area and is a mature beach-side town. Despite the abundance of restaurants and

accommodatio n, it has a quiet and relaxed feel to it. In general terms, it is more expensive than Kuta but cheaper than Seminyak. Sanur tends to appeal most to middle-aged and older families, especially Europeans. The Sanur area is sandwiched between the main Jalan Ngurah Rai bypass and the beach. One main route called J a l a n D a n a u Tamblingan runs north to south through the town and it is easy to orient yourself with reference to this road. Sanur (Indonesian:Pantai Sanur, pronounced sah-noor) is a coastal stretch of beach of Denpasar city of southeast Bali,

about 30 minutes drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport, which has grown into a little town in its own right. a 5.1 kilometers of the Sanur's coastline from Matahari Terbit Beach to Mertasari Beach has been ready reclaimed in 2008. The northern part of Sanur beach was used as the landing site for the Dutch invasion troops during the Dutch intervention in Bali (1906). During World War II, Sanur was again the entry point through which the Japanese forces landed to occupy the island of Bali. Today Sanur contains a number of hotel resorts such as the Medina and Bali Hyatt (not to be confused with the Grand Hyatt in Nusa Dua). Sanur is also home to a growing number of popular villa resorts, such as The Aleesha Villas.

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Reclaiming Bali's Future

Deputy Tourism Minister Joins Environmentalist in Condemning Plans for Reclamation Project in Bali's Benoa Bay The Bali Daily (The Jakarta Post) reports that a senior member of the Indonesian Tourism Ministry who is a well-respected Balinese Tourism figure has joined the growing chorus opposing plans backed by Governor Made Mangku Pastika to turn protected mangrove areas in Benoa Bay into a tourism complex. I Gde Pitana Brahmanda, who now serves as a Deputy Minister for Resource Development at the Ministry of Tourism and the Creative Economy, has lambasted the proposed project, insisting the development would hurt Bali. Pitana said: “Southern Bali is already overcrowded and overdeveloped. Physical development there should be stopped. Now's the time to improve the quality of tourism services.” Pitana once served as a professor in tourism studies at Bali's Udayana University before becoming head of the Bali Tourism Service (Kadiparda) and, later, a Deputy Minister. Sounding a warning being echoed by many quarters in Bali, Pitana said Bali's southern regions is overdeveloped and buckling under the strain of inadequate carrying capacity. He called for new developments in Bali to be diverted to northern or eastern portions of the island.

Citing problems in traffic congestion, safety and security, water pollution, trash disposal, and water and electrical shortages - Pitana repeated the call for an absolute moratorium o n n e w h o t e l a n d accommodation development in South Bali. Registering his objection to the reclamation of Benoa Bay by a company reportedly back by Indonesian businessman Tommy Winata, Pitana added: “I'm sure there will be many impacts following the reclamation project. Not only the direct impact of the reclamation, but also the impact of the development post-reclamation.” Addressing environmentalists' concerns that the reclamation project will cause irreversible damage to Bali's ecology, Pitana said: “Many experts say the reclamation will cause changes in sea currents, damage of mangrove forests, the sedimentation of Benoa seaport and many others.” Pitana refuted claims made by Governor Pastika that the Benoa Bay development plan formed part of the Masterplan for the Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesian Economic Development (MP3EI) emphasizing that, in any case, any project of this scale must be preceded by a careful environmental impact study Environmental Outcry Separately, the chairman of Bali Friends of the Earth (WALHIBali), Wayan Suardana, has called on the Governor to immediately revoke a letter of recommendation given to a private investor to reclaim large tracts of Benoa Bay and surrounding mangroves. Despite claims made to the press made only weeks ago that the Governor knew little or nothing of plans to reclaim parts of Benoa Bay, it now appears clear that Pastika had, in fact, issued a letter of recommendation on December 26, 2013, in support of the project. In calling for the revocation of the recommendation, Suardana said: “The gubernatorial letter contradicts the 1945 Constitution as stipulated by

the Constitutional Court. The governor should revoke the letter soon because it is unlawful. ? In 2010, the Constitutional Court revoked several articles of the law used by the Governor in making his recommendation, removing the right to commercialize coastal zones. ? ? The fact that the gubernatorial letter referred to a law that has been revoked means the letter is against the law,” Suardana insisted. T h e g o v e r n o r ' s recommendation granted to PT Tirta Wahana Bali International gives a 50year concession to build luxury hotels, and F1 racecourse, hospital, entertainment centers, apartments and a theme park on reclaimed land. Pastika claimed his recommendation was based on a feasibility study conducted by Bali's Udayana University, a study experts from the University claim has not been completed and remains incomplete. Moreover, University officials also insist that no decision on the project should be made until a detailed environmental impact study is completed. According to the University , the environmental impact study on the project has yet to even be commenced. The proposed project under the banner of PT Tirta Wahana Bali International includes three additional investors: PT Bangun Segitiga Mas, PT Wijaya Property and PT Garuda Jaya. Indonesian businessman Tommy Winata's involvement in a project branded as destructive to Bali's mangrove forest casts a disingenuous light on the much publicized trip of Real Madrid player Cristiano Ronaldo to Bali and his promotion as a Mangrove Ambassador by the Artha Graha Foundation – a foundation founded by Winata. During that visit, Winata, Ronaldo and President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono posed for the press planting trees in the mangrove forest now slated for partial reclamation by the Benoa Bay Project. www.balidiscovery.com

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Or foreigner permanently domiciled in Indonesia, or a foreign legal entity with a representative office in Indonesia such as foreign Banks, embassies, etc.

NOMINEE SYSTEM FOR HAK MILIK This structure is a regularly practiced procedure in Indonesia, whereby the foreigner nominates and Indonesian representative to acquire the land and to hold the 'freehold' title (Hak Milik) on behalf of the foreigner. Ownership of the land is transferred from the previous owner to the Indonesian nominee. The foreigner and the Indonesian nominee then sign an agreement which recognizes the Indonesian nominee as the legal owner of the property whilst declaring the foreigner as the rightful owner of the property. This agreement denotes that the Indonesian nominee will carry out any directives from the foreigner regarding the land. This agreement must always be concluded in the presence of a public notary.


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The best time to see Tanah Lot is in the late afternoon when the temple is in silhouette. Pura Tirta Empul Built around a sacred spring, Tampak Siring. An inscription dates the spring all the way back to 926AD; and there are fine carvings and Garudas on the courtyard buildings. The temple and its two bathing spots have been used by the Balinese for over a thousand years for good health and prosperity; as the spring water really does have the power to cure! Regular purification ceremonies also take place here. Tampak Siring artists produce marvellous bone and ivory carvings. Both sites open daily. By public transport from Ubud, catch a bemo north to Tampaksiring from the junction in Bedulu, which is south-east of Ubud. A little off the main road in Tampaksiring is Gunung Kawi with its group of large stone memorials cut into cliffs on either side of a picturesque river valley. It is believed to date from 11th century, one is of Bali's most impressive sights. Ulu Danu No less stunning is the mountain resort of Bratan, in Bedugul, and the magnificent Ulun Danu, an inspiring place of worship that appears to rise out of waters of Lake Bratan. Goa Lawah Temple The Bat Cave Not for the faint-hearted. The Goa Lawah Temple is located in a cave filled with thousands of bats and is said to lead all the way to Besakih. Goa Lawah is one of six temples open to the public and is revered as a sacred site for Brahma. Located on the sputhr east coast. Taman Ayun Temple in Mengwi Very distinctive pagodas symbolising the sacred mountain Mahameru, residence of the Supreme God surrounded by a moat in this lovely temple in Mengwi. Originally dated from 1634, Taman Ayun has been restored and enlarged in 1937. On its festival day (odalan) hundreds of women come into the temple bringing colorful offerings, which they place together in front of the merus.

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only Rp. 12 million (US$1,200) that covers transportation services, offerings, cremation and disposal of the cremations into the ocean. Inexpensive cremation ceremonies for foreigners are also available at Rp. 16 million (US$1,600). Established by an ancient Balinese clan grouping, Santha Yana serves all regardless of origin, caste, clan or economic standing. Santha Yana is operated by the clan association Maha Gotra Pasek Sanak Sapta

Rsi (MGPSSR). Motivating the Clan to create the crematorium were the increasing number of clashes between neighbouring banjars in Bali over burial rights and village shared obligations to ritually dispose of the dead. Bali's rapid urbanization has also created a situation in which people have lost contact with their traditional villages who would normally accept the responsibility of disposing of the dead. Poverty has also made the cost of even a simple traditional village cremation beyond the economic reach of many. Still a fairly basic crematorium, when funds are available the MGPSSR would like to install a modern crematorium able to process cremations more efficiently and with less smoke. www.balidiscovery.com

Keeping Bali Safe for the Holidays Large Deployment of Police, Military and Local Enforcement Forces to Keep the Peace in Bali over the Idul Fitri Holidays The Bali Police will deploy 1,300 personnel as part of “Operation Ketupat” during the Hari Raya Idul Fitri period August 3-18, 2013. The chief of the operations bureau of the Bali police, I Gede Alit Widana, told the State News Agency Antara that the 1,300 police personnel would be comprised of 341 officers from Denpasar headquarter and 959 officers from the wider Bali territorial command.

a u t h o r i t y, c o m m u n i t y enforcement officers (Pamong Praja) and volunteers from the local community (pacalang). The additional manpower will be deployed at various locations including sea and airports, bus terminals and main tourist attractions. Routine patrols by the police will also In addition to regular police be intensified over the holiday personnel assistance to period. “Operation Ketupat” would be given by members of the www.balidiscovery.com Indonesian Armed Forces, the provincial transportation

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Smile, You're On Candid Camera More than 100 Remote Surveillance Camera Help Bali Police Maintain Peace and Order In anticipation of the holiday rush over the 2013 Lebaran period, the Bali Police are enhancing their surveillance capabilities via a system of CCTV cameras in operation at key locations across the Island. Quoted by the State New Agency Antara, Bali police spokesperson Hariadi, said, “This (CCTV camera surveillance) have become a part of the standard operations of the Bali police, both in the Operations Bureau as well as the Directorate of Traffic, used to monitor the people's activities at

Bali's gateways and possible public disturbance.” Hariadi confirmed that more than 100 surveillance camera are now in operations at key points in Bali, including the Port of

Gilimanuk in West Bali, the Port of Padang Bai, Ngurah Rai International Airport and a number of tourist centers. The cameras are connected to monitoring stations at police headquarters in Denpasar. Hariadi added, “The CCTV cameras help us immensely in observing the situation and coordinating our personnel in the field.” According to the police, the CCTV camera have played an important role in detecting and solving crimes, such as the recent spat of burglaries at villas in Bali. www.balidiscovery.com

Noises in tourist's head were from flesh-eating maggots

A British woman returned from a holiday in Peru hearing scratching noises inside her head to be told she was being attacked by flesheating maggots living inside her ear. Rochelle Harris, 27, said she remembered dislodging a fly from her ear while in Peru but thought nothing more of it until she started getting headaches and pains down one side of her face and woke up in Britain one morning with liquid on her pillow. Thinking she had a routine ear infection caused by a mosquito bite, she sought medical treatment

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at the Royal Derby Hospital in northern England, where a consultant noticed maggots in a small hole in her earcanal. "I was very scared. Were they in my brain?" said Harris, recounting her ordeal.Doctors tried first to flush the maggots out of the ear using olive oil. "It was the longest few hours that I have ever had to wait... I could still feel them and hear them and knowing what those scratching sounds were, and knowing what that wriggling feeling was, that just made it all the worse," she said. When flushing the maggots out failed, the medics resorted to surgery and found a "writhing mass of maggots" within her ear,

raising concern they could eat into her brain. The surgery removed a family of eight maggots. Analysis found that a New World Army Screw Worm fly had laid eggs inside Harris's ear. "I'm not so squeamish around those kinds of bugs now. How can I be? They've been in my ear!" Harris said.

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Man found hoarding stolen skulls in home An Austrian man is to be charged with disturbing the peace of the dead after police found 56 skulls and 55 other bones at a museum he had created in his home. Police in the province of Burgenland said the relics were taken without authorization from a church cemetery and had now been returned. The 47yearold man, whose name was not immediately released pending

his being charged, came to the attention of the police when he tried to sell three skulls and two thigh bones at a flea market, police said. A police spokesman said

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Surgical knife can sniff out cancer tissue Scientists have created an "intelligent" surgical knife that can detect in seconds whether tissue being cut is cancerous, promising more effective and accurate surgery in future. The device, built by researchers at London's Imperial College, could allow doctors to cut back on additional operations to remove further p i e c e s o f c a n c e r o u s tumours. T h e t e c h n o l o g y, effectively merging an electrosurgical knife that cuts through tissue using heat with a m a s s spectrometer for chemical analysis, has also been shown to be able to distinguish beef from horsemeat. Surgeons often find it impossible to tell by sight where tumours end and healthy tissue begins, so some cancer cells are often left behind. A fifth of breast cancer patients who have lumpectomy surgery need a second operation. The new "iKnife" is designed to get round the problem by instantly sampling the smoke given off as tissue is cut through using an electric current to see if it is cancerous. In the first study to test the device in patients, the iKnife diagnosed tissue samples from 91 patients with 100 percent accuracy, researchers at Imperial College London reported in Science Translational Medicine.

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C u r r e n t l y, r e m o v e d tissue can be sent for laboratory analysis while the patient remains under general anaesthetic but each test takes around half an hour, while the iKnife provides feedback in less than three seconds. It does this by analysing biological information given off from burning tissue and

comparing the findings to a database of biological fingerprints from tumours and healthy tissue. "It's a really exciting innovation and a very promising technique for all types of surgery," said Emma King, a head and neck surgeon at Southampton Hospital, England, who was not involved in the research. Still, she now wants to see how the iKnife performs in a randomized clinical trial. CLINICAL TRIAL ZoltanTakats of Imperial College, who invented the device, said he aimed to test it in such a study, involving between 1,000 and 1,500 patients with

various types of cancers. That trial process is likely to take two or three years and only then will the iKnife be submitted for regulatory approval, paving the way for its commercialization. Takats has founded a Budapest-based company called MediMass to develop the product and he expects to strike a partnership deal with a major m e d i c a l technology company to bring it to market in North America and Europe. Hi-tech s u r g i c a l equipment is being used increasingly in m o d e r n hospitals to help surgeons do a better job, most notably with the da Vinci surgical robot from I n t u i t i v e Surgical. The current experimental version of the iKnife cost Takats and colleagues at Imperial around 200,000 pounds ($300,000) to build. Takats said the price would come down once it entered commercial production. The research was welcomed by health minister Lord Howe, who said it could benefit both patients and the health service by reducing the number of people needing secondary operations for cancer. The iKnife may also have a place beyond cancer, according to Takats, since it can identify tissue with an inadequate blood supply, as well as types of bacteria present in tissue. ($1 = 0.6613 British pounds)

“ Ask Martha” Dear Martha, I have been married 31 years. 3 years ago after a redundancy I went to Bali & started reviewing my life, which included my marriage. My marriage is very good BUT I can't get my wife's past 5 sexual relationships out of my head. I don't understand why this is an issue after all this time. When I see any TV or film or article about scenarios which my wife lived through I become irritable and not a nice person to be with. She had dated older guys, had sex in various places, and so on and when these occur in current day life it starts me off. I realise it,s a form of jealousy. In addition my concern seems to lie with the fact that they relationships only lasted between a few weeks and 2 months max and she slept with these guys very soon after meeting them. She slept with me the first night we met. I do believe she has been faithful since we met. My old fashioned values tell me she was too easy and that the guys used her and then dumped her once they got what they wanted. She says they were just flings. How do I put this behind me? She is a wonderful mum, wife and lover. Phil

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Dear Phil, As her husband, you have some right to be a little jealous about your wife's past flings dear. (Please note that I say a LITTLE jealous, which is human and natural). But, when looking back (or, more accurately, dwelling unhealthily) on her past, you do not have the right to be "concerned" about your wife's virtue. Frankly, it comes off as a bit paternalistic, and you are her husband, not her father. You seem confident that she has been faithful to you. You also say that she is "a wonderful mum, wife and lover." Hopefully it has occurred to you that her skills in that latter department were honed by her previous sexual experience. Five short-lived flings does NOT the Whore of Babylon make. And, unless you were a virgin when the two of you met, your concern may be a wee bit hypocritical. Fortunately, your jealousy and ill-temper should be pretty easy to assuage: all you two need to do is have sex in some unorthodox places! Then, when these situations come up on TV, instead of burning in impotent rage you can simply chortle merrily and say, "Darling, do you remember that time we porked on Kuta beach? That sure was some first-class nooky!" Martha

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They say you can't make an omelette without breaking eggs. What if you were counting on the chickens that might have hatched from those eggs? It is always hard to know whether to save or spend. Just as easily as we can regret making some purchases, we can sometimes settle for secondbest, only to realise later that it has all been a false economy. And then, there are the moral, ethical and political implications to take into account too. Yet you are making a wise investment, one that you won't regret.

Once, the world was a dark, ignorant place. Questions went unanswered. Few people understood what their lives were all about. Then someone invented the internet and everything changed! Now, no matter what we need to know, we can check it on a website. Can't we? Or might we all now be suffering from arrogance instead of ignorance? There are some judgements that are best left to instinct, for no amount of research is going to enlighten you. But before you decide that, you should first check what facts you can.

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Is there some reason why you deserve to settle for second-best whilst others consider themselves entitled to the finest? Why, of course there isn't. So, if you find yourself in the situation where it seems as if such an unsatisfactory state of affairs presides, you must ask yourself how you have got into this and what you can do to get out of it. Perhaps you feel you don't have the luxury of choice. So, what is limiting you? Isn't the source of that very limitation something so precious that it is worth making a sacrifice for?

What a different world it would be if we all agreed? How can it be any better than that? Unless, perhaps, we were all to agree, not with each other, but with you. What about if we all saw it your way? What if everything you said went? That would be pleasing, wouldn't it? Or would it? Perhaps it would just be incredibly boring. A little dynamic tension is no bad thing. Listen carefully to a counter-argument regarding one of your stronger opinions. You may not change your mind, but you might alter your perspective.

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Many countries have been in a state of economic recession for quite some while. Finally, we are starting see suggestions that an improvement is on the way. But these are long-distance signs. A thirsty person, in the middle of a desert, may know that a lake is just a few miles away but they still have to get there by rationing their water. In a similar way, we can question how much it helps to know that an improvement in your personal circumstances is on the horizon. It doesn't solve everything, but it is still good news.

We wouldn't want to cook with anything other than the finest ingredients. We wouldn't want to be with anyone other than the nicest companions. To uphold such high standards is not so much a form of selfishness, it's a demonstration of self-respect. What might be the alternative? To say, 'I'll just be useful and eat up the bad food nobody else wants.' I know these people aren't very nice but I'll be their friend because nobody else will.' You have your standards for a reason and no harm can come today from sticking to them. The planets are effectively saying to you 'Have you any special requests?'

Virgo Aug 24 - Sep 23 Life is for living. What other purpose can it possibly have? Yet, too often, we read articles or engage in conversations that seem to support the idea that life is about struggling, coping with hardship, wrestling with an endless challenge to keep a pack of voracious wolves from the fragile door that stands between us and insolvency. There! You see what I mean? Even that brief mention of a stressful topic is enough to make you forget what life is really for. Coming events will bring a happier reminder of life's true purpose.

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'Let the good times roll.' These words comes from a classic song written long ago by Shirley Goodman and Leonard Lee. Ever since, if you ask anyone what movement good times make, they will tell you that they 'roll'. And what do good times do if they are not rolling? Any economist can answer that. We have all just lived through several years, during which the good times have been resolutely refusing to roll. But soon, the chocks will be away on the wheels for the world. And in your life, they are coming away right now! The rules are the rules. They exist for a very good reason and we must adhere to them all or risk the consequences. Who enforces them? Well, various officials take responsibility for this but, by and large, it all comes down to the likes of you and me. We are self-policing. Our fear of being caught out is so strong that it prevents us from transgressing, even when there is no one around to catch us. It is absolutely beyond my remit to advise you to do anything other than comply. But I can point out that you probably aren't being watched!

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Richmond's run to the AFL finals continued apace with a 27-point win over fifthplaced Fremantle at the MCG on Sunday. Jack Riewoldt was the star of the show as his four goals led the Tigers to a 12.12 (84) to 8.9 (57) victory. Richmond won every quarter, starting with a three-goal effort in the first period before adding another major in the second to set up a 13-point lead at the long break. The Tigers started to roar in the third period with five goals in the third quarter, before closing the match out with three goals in the last period. Trent Cotchin was the Tigers' go-to man in midfield with 34 touches, a goal and six marks, while Dustin Martin also notched a goal to

go with his 30 disposals and seven marks. Te n d a i Mzungu led the Dockers' scoring charts with a treble and 21 touches, while Nathan Fyfe registered 27 disposals. Following an important scalp of a team positioned above them on the ladder, the Tigers' Trent Cotchin said his side was now confident it could grab match-winning

opportunities when it mattered. "We knew we had to stick to it for four quarters and credit to the boys, we really fought it out and got the result," he said. "We learned a lot from our losses last year with some really close games but then we let ourselves down with a couple of moments that guys didn't really grab with both hands. “You look at all the top sides at the moment and they win more critical contests than their opposition and that's what we're striving to do more consistently. When we do, we'll be able to take it up to them."

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“Smells Like Teen Spirit" "Smells Like Teen Spirit" is a song by the American rock band Nirvana. It is the opening track and lead single from the band's second album, Nevermind (1991), released on DGC Records. Written by Kurt Cobain, KristNovoselic, and Dave Grohl and produced by Butch Vig, the song uses a versechorus form where the main fourchord riff is used during the intro and chorus to create an alternating loud and quiet dynamic. The unexpected success of "Smells Like Teen Spirit" in late 1991 propelled Nevermind to the top of the charts at the start of 1992, an event often marked as the point where alternative rock entered the mainstream. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" was Nirvana's biggest hit, reaching number six on the BillboardHot 100 and placing high on music industry charts all around the world in 1991 and 1992. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" received many critical plaudits, including topping the Village VoicePazz&Jop critics' poll and winning two MTV Video Music Awards for its music video, which was in heavy rotation on music television. The song was dubbed an "anthem for apathetic kids" of Generation X, but the band grew uncomfortable with the success and attention it received as a result. In the years since Cobain's death, listeners and critics have continued to praise "Smells Like Teen Spirit" as one of the greatest rock songs of all time.

Nirvana Smells Like Teen Spirit Lyrics Songwriters: Cobain, Kurt / Grohl, Dave / Novoselic, Krist Load up on guns, bring your friends It's fun to lose and to pretend She's overboard and self-assured Oh, no, I know a dirty word Hello, Hello, Hello, How Low (x3) Hello, Hello, Hello With the lights out, it's less dangerous Here we are now, entertain us I feel stupid and contagious Here we are now, entertain us. A mulatto An albino A mosquito My libido Yeah Hey... Yay

Origins and recording In a January 1994 Rolling Stone interview, Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain revealed that "Smells Like Teen Spirit" was an attempt to write a song in the style of the Pixies, a band he greatly admired. He explained I was trying to write the ultimate pop song. I was basically trying to rip off the Pixies. I have to admit it. When I heard the Pixies for the first time, I connected with that band so heavily that I should have been in that bandor at least a Pixies cover band. We used their sense of dynamics, being soft and quiet and then loud and hard.

I'm worse at what I do best And for this gift I feel blessed Our little group (tribe) has always been And always will until the end Hello, Hello, Hello, How Low (x3) Hello, Hello, Hello With the lights out, it's less dangerous Here we are now, entertain us I feel stupid and contagious Here we are now, entertain us

Cobain did not begin to write "Smells Like Teen Spirit" until a few weeks before recording started on Nirvana's second album, Nevermind, in 1991. When he first presented the song to his band mates, it comprised just the main riff and the chorus vocal melody, which bassist KristNovoselic dismissed at the time as "ridiculous." In response, Cobain made the band play the riff for "an hour and a half." In a 2001 interview, Novoselic recalled that after playing the riff repeatedly, he thought, "'Wait a minute. Why don't we just kind of slow this down a bit?' So I started playing the verse part. And Dave started playing a drum beat." As a result, it is the only song on Nevermind to credit all three band members as authors.

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Cobain came up with the song's title when his friend Kathleen Hanna, at the time the lead singer of the riot grrrl band Bikini Kill, spray painted "Kurt Smells Like Teen Spirit" on his wall. Since they had been discussing anarchism, punk rock, and similar topics, Cobain interpreted the slogan as having a revolutionary meaning. What Hanna actually meant, however, was that Cobain smelled like the deodorant Teen Spirit, which his thengirlfriend Tobi Vail wore. Cobain later claimed he was unaware that it was a brand of deodorant until months after the single was released.

(Guitar solo) And I forget just why I taste Oh, yeah, I guess it makes me smile I found it hard, it's hard to find Oh well, whatever, nevermind Hello, Hello, Hello, How Low (x3) Hello, Hello, Hello With the lights out, it's less dangerous Here we are now, entertain us I feel stupid and contagious Here we are now, entertain us A mulatto An albino A mosquito My libido Yeah a denial A denial! (x9)

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Humpbacks nearly swallow divers out of the Two ocean water with their scuba divers mouths gaping h a v e just metres away narrowly from the divers. m i s s e d The video b e i n g shows the divers swim frantically swallowed for on their whole by two nearby boat, as humpback others on the whales that vessel laugh at shot up from their panic. the deep to " H o l y shi..," says one chase fish of the divers as A shot below the right next to where the divers were surface shows the divers he flees. Charter boat owner surrounded by a school of floating. small sardines. Suddenly the Shawn Stambuck was also

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Adelaide Crows' second-half comeback pips Geelong at Football Park Geelong missed the chance to go level with table-topping Hawthorn after a twopoint loss to Adelaide on the back of s u p e r b second-half C r o w s comeback at Football Park. Adelaide chipped away at a four-goal half-time deficit to ultimately beat Geelong at the death and win 14.10 (94) to 14.8 (92). In Sunday's earlier clash, Richmond's finals push continued with a 27-point win over Fremantle at the MCG. In the late game, Sydney ensured a four-point gap

between fourth and fifth place with a 34-point win over the West Coast Eagles at Subiaco Oval. In Adelaide, the Cats led by a single point after kicking 4.0 in the first quarter, before keeping the Crows to a single goal while kicking five themselves before the long break. But despite kicking three more in the third period, the

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detaine d for twelve hours. She subsequently successfully sued the city for $29,000. I n 2007, Go To p l e s s , a national organization supporting g e n d e r equality in shirtlessness laws, established Go Topless Day. Dozens of women protest, often topless in thirty cities around the United States, promoting equal rights to be shirtless. Protests usually include chants of “Free your breasts. Free your minds” and a song “Let 'em Breathe” to the tune of the Beatles' “Let it Be.” While some who have witnessed these events have

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The long wait is finally that smells like rotting over for visitors who flesh. The giant rainforest have been yearning for a plant known as a "corpse whiff of a giant flower

flower" for its terrible smell began blooming on Sunday afternoon at the US Botanic Garden next to the Capitol. Experts had been anticipating its bloom for more than a week and have extended the garden's hours for visitors. Garden officials expect the flower to hit "peak smell" early on Monday, and remain open for one or two days. The flower is officially known as the titan arum. It is native to the tropical rainforests of Sumatra, Indonesia, and was discovered in 1878. Scientists say the flower's odour attracts insects that are normally drawn to rotting flesh.

Passengers push train off woman and platform during the busy morning rush hour. The act of heroism was captured by a newspaper photographer, whose photo of the rescue ran in the Yomiuri daily's evening edition. A public announcement that a passenger was trapped prompted about 40 people to join train officials to push the carriage, whose suspension system allows it to lean to either side, according to the Yomiuri newspaper, Japan's largest daily. The unnamed woman in her 30s was then pulled out uninjured to applause from Dozens of Japanese train a woman who had onlookers at JR Minami-Urawa passengers pushed a 32- fallen into the 20- station, just north of Tokyo. After just an eight-minute ton train carriage away centimeter (eight-inch) delay, the train went on its way.

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Australia coach Darren Lehmann ready to wield the axe after Lord's defeat to England Australia coach Darren Lehmann has warned his under-achieving stars that no-one is safe from the axe ahead of the must-win third Ashes Test. Lehmann's side trails 2-0 after defeat in the second Test at Lord's, meaning Ashes-holders England can clinch the five-match series when the sides next meet at Old Trafford on August 1. Australia has been out-played for much of the series and Lehmann admits they deserve all the criticism coming their way. Captain Michael Clarke also made no attempt to hide the fact that his team is struggling when assessing the 347-run loss at Lord's, which came hot on the heels of defeat in the first Test at Trent Bridge. With the Ashes in danger of slipping away, Lehmann will use the threeday tour match against Sussex at Hove, starting on Friday, to look at potential changes to the team for the third Test. He has pledged to give reserve wicketkeeper Matthew Wade and spinner Nathan Lyon the chance to impress against Sussex. Jackson Bird, James Faulkner and David Warner, who will return from Australia A duty in time for the third Test, have also been told they could be needed as the selectors scramble for a winning formula. "I say all the time the whole 18 have a chance to play," Lehmann said. "I'm not ruling anything out. That is what happens when you have two losses, every option is open. "As selectors Rod (Marsh), John (Inverarity) and I will have to speak about it and see where we

come to. "Ashton (Agar) is a bit sore and I don't think he will play in Sussex so Nathan Lyon will play obviously. Then we just have to look at the wicket (at Old Trafford) because history shows it spins a bit. "If it's going to spin we will certainly have a look at two spinners. Wade will play in the tour match too." Batsmen must overcome mental hurdle England has already banked

three centuries in the series, two to Ian Bell and a maiden Ashes hundred to Joe Root, but Lehmann conceded Australia's batsmen have proved far too flimsy. "We have certainly got to bat better, we know that," Lehmann said. "It's probably more of a mental thing. We need to make sure we're ready to go...have a good time down in Sussex, play some decent cricket and bat a lot longer than 90 overs. "We had two guys get to 50 at Lord's but 50 isn't going to get us to where we need to go. Clarke and (Usman) Khawaja batted really well but they need to make hundreds when they get to that position, just like young Root did." Australia's tour has been marred by a series of off-field issues, including the sacking of former coach Mickey Arthur just 16 bays before the Ashes and reports of a rift

between Clarke and opener Shane Watson. But Lehmann has told his players to stop looking for excuses. "We actually need to get some results because that would stop all the talk and make people realise we are going the right way," he said. "We can't worry about what anyone else says or writes. We accept the criticism, we deserve the criticism to be fair." Australia will also be without bowler James Pattinson for the remainder of the series after he was ruled out with a stress fracture to the lower back. The news was confirmed this morning by Cricket Australia although a replacement is yet to be confirmed. Pietersen a doubt for the hosts Meanwhile, England's only problem is the fitness of Kevin Pietersen, who was unable to take the field in Australia's second innings after suffering a left calf strain. England batting coach Graham Gooch admits the selectors will look at potential replacements for Pietersen because they can't guarantee the South-African born star's availability. "Whether he will be fit for Old Trafford...he'd be in doubt," Gooch said. "I'm sure there will be some cover supplied." However, asked if Somerset's Nick Compton dropped ahead of the Ashes to allow Root to open in his place alongside England captain Alastair Cook - was the most likely candidate, Gooch added: "I'm not a selector, so I couldn't give you an indication to whether he would be the next cab off the rank or not.�

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Swans see off West Coast Eagles in Perth Sydney fortified fourth spot with a 34point win over the West Coast Eagles a s K u r t Ti p p e t t , Daniel Hannebery and Kieran Jack combined to devastating effect at Subiaco Oval. Ti p p e t t g o a l e d three times and Hannebery kicked a double to go with his 40 possessions as the Swans ended the match 17.11 (113) to 11.13 (79) victors. Sydney led by a goal at quarter-time before kicking six majors in the second period to the hosts' two. The Swans booted home two more in the third period before both teams took each other on in a fourth-quarter five-goal shoot-out. Kieran Jack also starred in

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the Swans' midfield with 30 disposals and two goals. Josh Kennedy kicked four for the Eagles and made 20 touches, while Matt Pridis and Chris Masten both had 31 disposals. After the match, Sydney's Tom Mitchell (18 disposals, three marks) said his side's running game was key to a "solid win" over West Coast.

"I think today was always going to be a big challenge and it was a massive game," he said. "We really had to test our running today, it was really good to see we ran out the game well and had a solid win in the end. "I think today, especially on a big ground, we wanted to test our running both defensively and offensively. "When we can get it deep to the talls as well ... we got some really good targets who we can trust up there. “I'm just really happy to be playing alongside some quality guys who give us good direction. I'm happy to be in the side now and to be part of a win like that was a good feeling."

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250 dead stingrays found on beach Mexican authorities are investigating the death of at least 250 stingrays found on a beach of the Gulf coast State of Veracruz. Residents and visitors spotted the dead rays on the Chachalacas beach in the town of Ursulo Galvan and posted photos on social media. Ursulo Galvan Mayor Martin Verdejo says witnesses told authorities fishermen dumped the stingrays on the beach because they weren't able to get a good price for them. Food vendor Adriana Loredo says she was at the beach when she saw fishermen dumping the rays from their nets. Chopped stingray wings are commonly served as snacks in Veracruz restaurants.

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Supermarket shock, woman hit by lightning Supermarket shopper Lakeisha Brooks was shocked in more ways than one while queuing at the checkout. Ms Brooks had a sensation like hot oil running down her leg while waiting to pay for her cereal and milk but didn't immediately realise she had been struck by lightning. Reports suggest that Ms Brooks saw a "I felt like a breeze and flash and heard a crash. then the pain came." "But I didn't realise it was Lightning had blown her over me," she said. "It dimmed shoe from her foot. my eyes to where they were Shocked, Brooks burning." hopped away to the other side

of the store. As she looked over her shoulder, she saw the lightning hit again. Houma Police C h i e f T o d d Duplantissaid that authorities suspected the lightning travelled through the store's sprinkler system. US National Weather Service Meteorologist Gavin Phillips said he had never heard of someone being struck by lightning inside. Although she received burns and feels pain in her leg, Ms Brooks thanked God that she survived not one but two lightning strikes.

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WA women aim for Chiko roll It's the iconic Aussie postergirl campaign that was once deemed too raunchy for advertising standards. But after undergoing a major revamp in 2008, fastfood icon Chiko Roll has toned down its longrunning covergirl quest from featuring a scantilyclad woman to a quintessential girlnextdoor. In 2000, the brand was prompted to pull down its Australiawide billboard campaign which had showed a leatherclad woman astride a motorbike while holding a Chiko Roll following public outcry that it was too risquĂŠ. Now, the rejuvenated campaign sees thousands of girls from across the country vie for the chance to become a "Chiko Chick", which offers a 1 2 m o n t h opportunity to travel Australia as the face of the brand. During this year's bid to uncover Chiko's next Aussie beach gal, judges couldn't seem to decide on one WA girl at the semi-finals in Perth. Rather, they wound up selecting two Perth finalists, local beauty queens Ashleigh MunroSmith and Danielle Collis, who will join the national finalists at an exotic bikini calendar photo shoot

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in Fiji later this month. Chittering-raised Collis, who got her first taste for pageants at 17 and was named a Perth finalist at the Miss World Australia nationals last year, said she entered for the experience she could potentially gain through the contest. "Every year that they've had this search, one of my friends from Perth has been chosen to go so I've seen their adventure and their experience," "They get to go to a tropical island and go surfing and do all these adventurous things and that's really me, I'm very outdoorsy and adventurous, so I thought I'd enter and see how far I could

get. "So when I found out I got through, it was pretty exciting." Despite having competed in countless pageants and modelling contests, MunroSmith, who was a 2013 top-25 Miss Universe WA finalist and is also the winner of the 2013 Miss Hawaiian Tropic Australia and 2012 Australian Lingerie Model of the Year, was also drawn to the opportunities that arise with becoming the next Chiko Chick. "The reason I entered is because of the opportunities it offers," she said."I want to eventually get into TV presenting."Hopefully I can use this as a stepping stone."The winner will be determined following the Fiji photo shoot.

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Britain's youngest lottery winner says her £1.9 million windfall was a curse but now that she's blown nearly all the cash, she's finally happy.

Callie Rogers won the prize when she was 16 years old. She then gave up her job and spent most of her money on partying, cosmetic surgery, holidays, gifts and drugs. Ms Rogers, who is now 26 and has three children, has just £2000 left in the bank, works as a carer and is studying to be a nurse.But she has never felt happier. In that wild decade after she hit the jackpot, Ms Rogers got breast implants, spent around £250,000 on cocaine, she felt lonely and vulnerable and attempted suicide three times. "It feels like a lifetime ago. I

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Newcastle moved up to fifth on the NRL ladder with a 32-14 win over Penrith at Panthers Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Penrith was ahead in controversial circumstances after Dean Whare leapt spectacularly past the corner flag to ground the ball while airborne. The Panthers got the points on TV review, though questions still lingered over whether the centre's loose hand had brushed the turf while touching down in mid-air. But the Knights put the debate behind them when they cycled play to the right wing towards to the open Akuila Uate, who shook off Matthew Moylan's poor excuse for a covering tackle to charge home for Newcastle's opener. Darius Boyd then put the visitors ahead just before half-time, throwing a string of dummies to wrong-foot the Penrith defence and steal home to score. No shoots of recovery emerged for Penrith in the second half as Craig Gower powered over eight minutes in, before Uate scored his second 10 minutes later. Kade Snowden's try put the visitors further ahead on 70 minutes, before the Panthers' Clint Newton and Newcastle's Neville Costigan exchanged four-pointers at

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Kuta Weekly The Sea Eagles scored five of their eight tries in the first half as they blitzed the Titans to lead 24-10 at the break. A David Mead try in the shadows of the break gave some respectibility to the Titans' scoreline after Brett Stewart, David Williams, Jamie Lyon, Steve Matai and Jamie Buhrer all crossed for the home side in the opening stanza. Stewart's try - his 130th career four-pointer in 171 games also made him Manly's secondhighest ever points scorer behind Steve Menzies, jumping ahead of rugby league Immortal Bob Fulton. Manly coach Geoff Toovey lauded Stewart's achievement, saying the full-back continued to propel the Sea Eagles' title tilts

after all these years. "He's playing some good football, some consistent football," Toovey told Grandstand. "If any team's going to be successful, they need someone with strike at full-back. "It wasn't a fantastic [match] but we played some great attacking football. We need to work harder in defence obviously, but it was a good win." The margin could have been even bigger if Lyon had not had a

woeful day off the tee, converting just three of his side's eight tries. Gold Coast had the edge over the hosts after the break and Kevin Gordon scored the second of his brace 12 minutes after the restart. The Titans then narrowed the margin to eight when Aiden Sezer raced away 95m for a try with 15 minutes to play, but that was as close as the visitors could get. Nick Skinner and Jorge Taufua each took advantage of Gold Coast's weary defence to score tries of their own inside the final five minutes to seal victory. Manly remains in fifth, two points behind Melbourne and three clear of fifth-placed Newcastle, while Gold Coast is 10th in a logjam of three clubs on 20 points.

Marc Marquez edges Stefan Bradl to win US Grand Prix Spanish rookie sensation Marc M a r q u e z outduelled pole sitter Stefan Bradl to win the US Grand Prix for Honda on Monday morning and stretch his lead at the top of the MotoGP standings to 16 points. It was the second consecutive win and third of the season for the 20-year-old, who becomes the youngest rider to win back-toback races in the premier class. The previous youngest was

American 'Fast' Freddie Spencer, the 21-year-old winner of the opening two races of the 1983 season. The Factory Honda rider also becomes the first rookie to win

at California's Laguna Seca circuit with its famed 'Corkscrew' twisting turn. Bradl, the first German to start a premier class race on pole in the modern era of Grand Prix racing (since 1974), settled for second and his first podium in MotoGP. Italy's seven times world champion Va l e n t i n o R o s s i completed the podium places after holding off Spain's Alvaro Bautista to take third for Yamaha. Marquez has 163 points to compatriot and team mate Dani Pedrosa's 147.

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