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Bali's Sanglah G e n e r a l Hospital Opens a Coordinated Cardiac Care Center B a l i ' s Sanglah General Hospital has o p e n e d coordinated coronary care unit, located strategically adjacent to the hospital emergency room. The head of the coronary unit at Sanglah General Hospital, Dr. I Wayan Wita, explained that patients served by his center are admitted only on a referral basis. Members of the public who think they may be suffering a cardiac event should first go to the emergency room for initial assessment and, if need be, they will be referredl to the cardiac center right next door. “If people are having chest pain,” explained Dr. Wita, “this can usually be handled in the emergency room.” Continue to page 2




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Peek-A-Boo After Long Delay, Police Begin Part-Time Operation of US$5.8 million in X-ray Surveillance Equipment a t B a l i ' s Tw o M a i n Seaports New details are emerging on the long delay of putting into full operation US$5.6 million in X-ray equipment designated to inspect vehicles arriving at the Bali seaports of Gilimanuk and Padang Bai. The Bali Post quotes Bali Police Chief General Arief Wachyunadi who claims that after some six months sitting idle in shipping crates, the X-ray machines are finally being operated at the two ports on an intermittent basis. Speaking late last week, General Wachyunadi said: “The X-

Continued from page 1. Plans call for the coronary surgery and coronary catheterization unit to be move to the coronary center. Also soon to be opened at Sanglah General Hospital is a helipad. Construction has been

ray equipment is now operating, both in Gilimanuk and Padang Bai. The operational costs are being borne by the provincial police.” The Chief of Police said the grant that supplied the x-ray machines made no allowance for upkeep and ongoingoperating completed on the helicopter pad that only requires a few final alterations to permit licensing of the landing area by Indonesian aviation authorities. Hospital officials say the upgrades of Sanglah General Hospital reflect the international

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costs. What's more, Wachyunadi says, the cost of running the machines is very high requiring the use of expensive top-quality fuel. Because of this, these high costs must be found from limited operational funds available to the police. In order to reduce these costs, the x-ray machines are not turned on a daily basis, but only during peak traffic periods such as the current Lebaran crush of holiday travellers. Requests have been made in the 2014 State Budget to pay the operation costs of the Xrays that will permit their full-time use at the two ports.

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BALI THE RIGHT WAY G'day again punters and lets rip into another week in paradise. A weird weekend just passed in the footy with I'd say Freo having the best win. The poor old G.W.S copped a 20 goal belting, now tell me that's gotta put a dent in the teams moral. I believe it was the last game Sheedy coached for the team as well. Richmond had a great game and came out on top against the Lions, but, the game of the round, well for me anyhow, was you guessed it, The Mighty Pies getting away from the reigning premiers to the tune of almost six goals. I think the game was taken in the last half with the Swans seemingly running out of steam. Only three more weeks till the final series which should end up being a great one.

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In the Soup Because of Turtles Police Arrest Men at Serangan Island in Bali with a cache of Turtles and Turtle Eggs The Denpasar Police have apprehended two men in connection with the smuggling of endangered green turtles. One of the men detained by police Holik (44) told police that he was hunting for green turtles to use in the traditional evening meal enjoyed by Muslims during the fasting month. The spokesman for the Denpasar Police Precinct, police commissioner Ida Bagus Sarjana, told that another man, Ridwan (27), was also arrested with Holik. Unfortunately,

a third man, Bogel (27), managed to escape at the time made their arrest. Said Sarjana, “All three suspects come from Kampung Bugis on Serangan Island in Denpasar.” The arrests were made based on reports received from the public concerning the theft of

turtles being rehabilitated at Serangan Island. P o l i c e discovered the three men landing a “jukung” traditional boat. When police approached the boat, Bogel took flight while police captured Holik and Ridwan. Police found 2 endangered green turtles in the boat. One of the reptiles had been slaughtered while the second was still alive. 77 turtle eggs were also confiscated by police. The men can be charged for violations of conservation laws carrying a maximum penalty of 9 years in prison.

Bali Exports Decline 10.25% Bali Exports for June Declined With Major Commodities Shippe d A boa r d Seafood, Jewelry and Gems The State News Agency Antara reports that data from the Bali Center for Statistics (BPS) indicate Exports from Bali in June totaled US$44.58 million dollars, declining 10.25% from the total exports in the same month one year before (US$46.68 million). The June 2013 figure was also a decline of 5.32% from May 2013. The chief of BPS-Bali, Gede Suarsa, said that a number of large shipments by sea had been sent in June to the United States, Japan, Australia,

Singapore and China. The U.S.A. represents 23.70% of Bali's total exports, followed by Japan (13.31%), Australia (8.04%), Singapore (6.69%) and China (3.70%). Gede Suarsa reports that the five main commodities exported form Bali are fish and shrimp (26.57%), jewelry and

g e m s (12.43%), readyto-wear clothing (12.20%), Wood p r o d u c t s ( 11 . 2 2 % ) , furniture and h o u s e h o l d accessories (8.56%). Suarsa said that on an overall basis exports to these f i v e m a i n countries declined when compared to the same month one year ago. Exports to the U.S.A. declined 0.64%, Singapore declined 28.45% and China declined 17.97%. Meanwhile, June exports to Japan increased 7.25%.


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The Australian is mighty impressed and has the bartender send over Pot of Victoria Bitter for Jesus, this he accepts with pleasure. Sometim e later, after finishing the drinks, Jesus leaves his seat and approaches the three men He reaches for the hand of the Irishman and shakes it, thanking him for the Guinness. When he lets go, the Irishman gives a cry of amazement 'Oh God, the arthritis is gone,' he says. 'The arthritis I've had for years is gone. It's a miracle!' Jesus then shakes the hand of the Englishman, thanking him for the Newcastle Brown Ale. Upon letting go, the Englishman's eyes widen in shock. ‘By Jove', he exclaims, 'The migraine I've had for over 40 years is completely gone It's a Miracle!' Jesus then approaches the Australian, who has a terrified look on his face. The Aussie whispers. 'P*ss off mate, I'm on Workers Comp'

Garuda Indonesia expatriate co-pilot Viktor Munoz Lopez, widely reported by the State News Agency Antara and other media as grounded after testing positive for psychotropical drugs during random tests carried out by the National Anti-Narcotics Agency (BNN) has been vindicate of any wrong doing. An independent urine analysis performed by the Siloam Hospital in Makassar, South Sulawesi and the Makassar Prodia Laboratory on Tuesday, August 6, 2013 showed no indication of drug use in the co-pilot's system. This was further supported by an intensive internal review conducted by Garuda under the supervision of an impartial outside team of experts. Both Medical laboratories and Garuda Indonesia arrived at the same conclusion that Victor Munoz Lopez was free of any traces of psychotropical drugs in his system. “False positives” for use of the drug can often be traced to the use of prescription drugs used by a

later proven incorrect, showing psychotropic drugs in Lopez's system. Based on the initial test by BNN, Garuda Indonesia took the precautionary step of grounding the Spanish expatriate

pilot pending a final resolution of the case. The chief of BNN for South Sulawesi, police commissioner Richard P. Nainggolan, initially announced that Lopez had tested positive for using narcotics, saying further tests were needed to resolve the case. Richard Nainggolan later took special pains to tell the press that his office had never confirmed that co-pilot Viktor

both Garuda and the pilot was issued during a press conference held in Makassar. Participating in the press conference were the South Sulawesi chief of BNN, Richard Nainggolan; the head of the Police's narcotics squad, Bambang; Chevy, the police commissioner for South Sulawesi's narcotics squad; the general manager of Angkasa Pura for Makassar, and the vice-deputy chairman of the Ujung Pandang (Makassar) Airport Authority. Meanwhile, a vindicated Lopez has returned to his right-hand seat in the cockpit flying scheduled services by Garuda. Garuda routinely conducts its own “DAMP”(Drug and Alcohol Management Program) that provides for random testing of cockpit crew, cabin crew. Garuda employees found to abusing drugs are summarily relived from service permanently banned from future employment with the National Airline.

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A Place to Set the Jet Set's Jets Bali Airport Certain They Can Handle P a r k i n g Requirements for VVIP Private Jets Coming to Bali for APEC Conference in October 2013 The State News Agency Antara reports that Bali's renovated Ngurah Rai International Airport will be able to accommodate all the large number of VVIP private jets expected in Bali for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit (APEC) set to be held during the first week of October 2013. The Commander of the

Denpasar Air Force Wing headquartered at Ngurah Rai International Airport, Colonel Sugiharto Prapto Waluyo, said, “All VVIP aircraft, in accordance with Presidential instructions, must be parked at Ngurah Rai Airport.� Organizers in Bali now

have 19 delegations registered as bringing private aircraft to Bali to attend the summit. Waluyo said the VVIP aircraft will be parked in Bali due to the expansion of apron a r e a s n o w underway that include parking for 14 narrow-body airplanes. Some delegations, including the U.S. president, travel in wide-body jumbo aircraft. The larger aircraft will be parked at the north end of the airport.

Boys believed killed by escaped snake Two young brothers found dead in an apartment over a reptile store in New Brunswick, Canada, were believed to have been strangled by a snake that escaped its enclosure and slithered into the building's ventilation system. The boys, ages 5 and 7, were sleeping over at a friend's apartment above Reptile Ocean in the city of Campbellton. Their bodies were discovered early in the morning, said Constable Jullie Rogers-Marsh of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. "It's believed the two boys were strangled by the snake," Rogers-Marsh said, adding she was unaware if the boys were

asleep when the attack occurred. The snake, which was recovered in the building by the store owner, was in the custody of police, who would not identify its species. "At this point we are still trying to piece together what happened," Rogers-Marsh said. "We do know the brothers were

and the friend was sleeping in another." Experts say attacks by exotic snakes are extremely rare. "It's really not in their nature," said Terry Phillip, curator of reptiles at Reptile Gardens, a wild animal park in South Dakota. "Snakes, even large pythons, are far less dangerous than family pets like dogs," he said. Reptile Ocean did not respond to a request for comment. On its official Facebook page the retailer calls itself "an exotic pet store open to the public for purchase and viewing." An autopsy on the boys was planned for later in the week.

Judge orders baby's name change A Te n n e s s e e judge has ordered a baby's first name changed from "Messiah" to Martin, saying that the only true messiah is Jesus Christ, a ruling the boy's mother promises to appeal. The parents of Messiah DeShawn Martin went before Te n n e s s e e C h i l d S u p p o r t Magistrate Lu Ann Ballew because they could not agree on the 7 month old's last name. Ballew instead last week ordered the baby's name changed to Martin DeShawn McCullough, "The word 'messiah' is a title, and it's a title that has only been earned by one person, and that one person is Jesus Christ,"


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Ballew, who could not be reached for comment said the child would likely struggle with his given first name because he lives in Cocke County, a predominantly Christian area in eastern Tennessee. "It could put him at odds with a lot of people and, at this point, he has had no choice in what his name is," Ballew said. Jaleesa Martin, the baby's mother, said she would appeal the judge's order. "I didn't think a judge could change my baby's name

because of her religious beliefs," Martin said. Christianity refers to Jesus as the Messiah, while Judaism uses the term to mean an anticipated saviour of the Jews. Dictionary definitions say the word can mean one who is seen as, expected or professes to be a saviour or liberator. Messiah was the 387th most popular name for boys born in the United States in 2012, based on applications for Social Security cards filed with the U.S. Social Security Administration. In all, there were 762 applications for boys named Messiah in 2012, up from 368 applications in 2011, the Social Security Administration said.


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August 17th, Indonesia's Independence Day Preparations for the patriotic celebrations begin weeks before the 17th of August. High-rise office buildings around town sprout large banners or lighted designs, fences around the presidential palace and many government offices are draped in red and white bunting, malls decorate in red and white and hold Independence Day sales, the city administration spends big bucks to create a unique series of red and white lighted decorations all over the country, housing complexes repaint their main gate decorated with independence themes. The whole country takes on a red and white hue and the words Dirgahayu RI (Long live Indonesia!) can be seen everywhere. Political observers, social scientists and those with opinions write 'Insights' in the newspapers and magazines on the country's progress since independence and challenges for the future as well as discussions on what the founding fathers would think of various conditions in society today. Neighbourhood associations often coordinate special activities for the neighbourhood children and may request donations from homeowners to sponsor games and prizes for the children. Schools hold contests to see which class can decorate their room in the most patriotic manner as well as holding games and races amongst classes. TV shows commemorating the struggle for independence are aired for weeks before and after independence day. All-star musical extravaganzas are held in various venues and broadcast throughout the archipelago. Neighbourhood associations, or your local RT (neighbourhood head), may organize a cleanup of the area or kerja bakti. Drains are swept, weeds are cut back, debris is burned and public areas are repainted. Women are asked to provide snacks to the hard working men. Homeowners may be requested by the RT to fly the Indonesian flag for a set period of time before and after the holiday. Businesses may be asked to make contributions to fund an extravaganza of fireworks and entertainment in major cities as well as for other more localized festivities. In years past, neighborhood heads would ask homeowners to paint their homes, at least the front, in preparation for the big day. The President delivers the State of the Nation Address to the members of the House of Representatives, diplomatic corps and honored

guests on the day before Independence Day. On August 17th The most solemn ceremony is the flag hoisting at the National Palace, televised live. Full of pomp and circumstance and conducted basically the same way each year, it is a spectacle of the greatest respect and honor for the flag and the Republic. The ceremonies are led by the President and Vice President, and attended by the cabinet, military brass, family members of the current and preceding president, diplomatic corps and honored guests. High School students from throughout the archipelago are chosen for their marching skills and put on a show of intricate steps and turns to hoist the flag. The military is out with all its brass in high shine, standing smartly at attention in their dress uniforms. While the solemn ceremonies are taking place, neighborhoods gear up for fun and games for the kids. Krupuk (shrimp chips) eating contests, bike decorating, games, races and lots of fun fill the day. The women are busy in cooking contests to see who can make the biggest krupuk or the most delicious nasi tumpeng. One of the most popular games is the Panjat Pinang. An Areca palm trunk is erected in a public area and well greased with a mixture of clay and oil. At the top are hung various prizes like bikes and TVs. Whoever makes it to the top wins the prize. Needless to say there are a lot of slippery, muddy kids and grownups alike climbing over each other and struggling to reach the goal. A good time is had by all, especially the crowd watching the gaiety. Dirgahayu RI Long live Indonesia! Kerja bakti Volunteer work conducted for the good of the community Krupuk Shrimp chips Monas Area surrounding Monumen Nasional (National Monument), called “Monas” or Merdeka Square. Nasi tumpeng Cone of yellow rice, with various dishes, served at ceremonies Panjat Pinang Game commonly held on Indonesian Independence Day RT Neighborhood head, neighborhood unit - Rukun Tetangga

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Angelo Andreou's lawyer Terry Dobson told Perth Magistrate's Court that a brawl that erupted at Botanica Bar & Bistro in July last year "was 58 seconds of mayhem" in which "bodies were flying everywhere". "We've got a massive brawl on licensed premises on account of someone supposedly doing a smelly bodily emission," Mr Dobson said during his sentencing submissions for his 37year-old client who pleaded guilty to assault occasioning bodily harm. Andreou had been due to stand trial but admitted the offence after a charge of aggravated unlawful wounding was dropped.

Mr Dobson told the court the brawl was started by the victim, Shane Ball, who he said threw several punches after an exchange of words with two of Andreou's friends after he formed the view one of the men had "dropped wind". Prosecutor Elizabeth Needham told the court the verbal exchange turned physical and several punches

were thrown before Mr Ball was knocked to the ground. She said while Mr Ball was on the ground, Andreou "came in swinging" and kicked him in the head. She said there was no need for Andreou to get involved. Mr Dobson said Andreou "was unhappy he resorted to doing what he did" and his client should be fined for the offence. He agreed there was a need for general deterrence. Ms Needham said Mr Ball regretted his behaviour but Andreou's attack while Mr Ball was on the ground was "opportunistic at best". Magistrate Barbara Lane adjourned Andreou's sentencing until next month and asked for a victim impact statement from Mr Ball and a written pre sentence report.

Baby catches fire Test results on a baby who has "caught fire on his own four times" are expected this week. Doctors in Indian are baffled about how and why 10-weekold Rahul went up in flames. A native of a v i l l a g e n e a r Tindivanam, Rahul has been undergoing treatment at Kilpauk Medical College and Hospital. He has caught fire four times since he was born, according reports. Doctors are considering the possibility of spontaneous human combustion (SHC), a rare condition in which a person could catch fire due to the emission of highly inflammable substances

through the body. But burns specialist Dr J Jagan Mohan said that SHC was a hoax theory. "A baby catching fire spontaneously is not possible," Dr Mohan said. "Alcoholics have a very small percentage of alcohol secreted in their sweat

but even that wouldn't generate a fire." Doctors had recommended a series of sweat, urine and blood tests to check whether Rahul has inflammable substance in his samples. "We're exploring all possibilities, including a case of abuse. The baby's organs are functioning normally and he is stable now," paediatrics chief Dr Narayana Babu said. Most of Rahul's burn injuries have healed but he has scars on his head, hands, stomach and legs after he caught fire a month ago. "The baby doesn't have any scars or burn injuries on his back. This could be because he was lying on his back and there was no air contact to cause a fire," he said.


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Knights take seventh spot with thrilling win over Cronulla Newcastle has cemented its spot in the top eight with a thrilling win over Cronulla at Shark Park. Knights centre Dane Gagai scored his second try two minutes from full-time to snatch an 18-14 win in the 250th game for Knights hooker Danny Buderus. The win takes Newcastle to seventh place on the ladder, one point behind Cronulla. In a tight match Cronulla took the lead 14-12 with nine minutes to go through a Todd Carney penalty goal. As the Sharks relaxed in defence in the dying minutes of the game Newcastle produced a brilliant passage of play to create the winning opportunity. From his own half Jarrod Mullen put in a chip for Darius Boyd which took the Knights 30 metres up field. Two tackles later Mullen put in a deft crossfield kick which Gagai collected on the full to score the winning try. There was little between the two teams with the Knights clinging to an 8-6 lead at half-time. Both teams then scored off opponents' mistakes early in the second half. S h a r k s b a c k r o w e r Wa d e Graham toed through and dived on a spilt

ball from Mullen to give his side a 12-8 lead after 46 minutes. Three minutes later Tyrone Roberts scored after Cronulla winger Nathan Stapleton coughed up the ball close to his own line. The match continued in an arm wrestle before Cronulla had a sniff of victory with the Carney penalty goal. Knights players showed their emotion after a particularly hard-fought match which gave Buderus a memorable milestone game. His 250th NRL match for the Knights broke the club record he had shared with rugby league immortal Andrew Johns. The veteran hooker said the victory over the Sharks was not pretty but was an important step if the Knights were to qualify for the finals.

"It was a really tough night," Buderus said. "We grinded it out, it was wet and slippery but we got the two points and it showed the character of this team." "It was a really good win for us. It keeps our chances alive and we look forward to taking on Melbourne next week." Cronulla coach Shane Flanagan said at the end the Knights wanted the win more than his side did. "It wasn't a poor performance, we just didn't do enough in the end," Flanagan said. "Newcastle were a little bit more desperate." Flanagan praised the performance of his captain Paul Gallen. Gallen produced the most run metres for the match in an 80-minute performance in his second game back from a foot injury that sidelined him for more than a month. " G a l i s g e t t i n g b e t t e r, " Flanagan said. "He pumped out 80 minutes tonight. He probably needed a spell near the end but it was so close and I wanted my best players out there."

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James O'Connor looking to change his ways under coach Ewen McKenzie Controversial star James O'Connor says it is easy for him to buy into the Wallabies culture set by new coach Ewen McKenzie and he's changing to ensure he's best known for what he does on the field. The gifted utility back incurred some disciplinary blemishes and unwanted media headlines under former coach Robbie Deans, most recently being spotted at a burger bar at 4am in the week of the second Test against the British and Irish Lions. "I don't play rugby to be talked about off the field," O'Connor said on Monday as he waits to learn if he'll be selected by McKenzie for Saturday's Bledisloe Cup opener against the All Blacks in Sydney. "I'm playing rugby because I love it and that's what I want to be doing, playing for my country. "At the moment I'm doing the hard yards and I'm trying to get involved and earn myself into the team." McKenzie spoke to the players after they assembled last week about


what he expects in terms of standards of behaviour. "It's not hard to do, it's just putting the team first," said O'Connor of McKenzie's requirements. "I can't express everything, but it's something I'm pretty excited about. "It's something I know I can be part of." O'Connor revealed he was already making changes to his own approach as well as embracing the new team culture. "There's definitely things that I already have changed and am in the

process of doing, personal things," O'Connor said. O'Connor was excited about McKenzie's vision of the way he wants Australia to play. "We spoke about the game plan and it's got a lot of boys excited, especially being a back," O'Connor said. "Just the scope. There's a lot of landscape in the game plan to express yourself." He was just as philosophical about McKenzie's decision to move him from five-eighth - where he played against the Lions - and play him as an outside back. "I've spent most of my time in Test football out wider, so I guess looking at the Lions Test series, we weren't successful there, so it wasn't too big a shock," O'Connor said. Currently un-signed after the Melbourne Rebels declined to offer him deal for 2014, O'Connor said he was only focusing on the Bledisloe Cup matches over the next two weekends.

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West Coast Eagles ground Essendon at Docklands West Coast has capped another bad week for Essendon, beating the Bombers by 53 points at Docklands on Sunday afternoon. T h e Bombers came in as favourites, but they were overrun in a poor second-half performance to lose 18.12 (120) to 9.13 (67). It was a tight contest early on, with the Eagles leading by three points after the opening term. T h e teams kicked three goals each in the second quarter, as West Coast went into half-time just two points to the good. But two goals to Sharrod Wellingham and a single to Matt Priddis broke the game open by the 10 minute mark of the third term. The Bombers tried to fight back, but the Eagles finished the quarter with six goals to two to establish a 21-point lead going into the final quarter.

A Brendon Goddard goal opened the final term on a positive note for the home side, but the Eagles then kicked the last six goals of the game to cruise to victory.

The Eagles' Jamie Cripps told Grandstand that the win meant a lot to West Coast. "We finally played the way we wanted to play, we got our running game going, and in the end we were just running over them," Cripps said. "That's the way we want to play every week, and finally we did it.

"We got a few players back which helps out ... our fitness is starting to come in now." The former St Kilda player said the half-time talk from coach John Worsfold had focused on the Eagles' failure to play smart against the Bombers. "We had a loose behind the ball and we kept bombing away to their (Essendon's) spare player which wasn't helping," he said. "So we tried to keep it away from him and run it out of our back 50." Mark LeCras finished with five goals for the visitors, while Goddard kicked three for the Bombers. The loss of percentage is particularly crucial for Essendon, which now drops behind Richmond and Collingwood into seventh spot on the ladder with three rounds left.

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Libra – September 24 to October 23

Rams will feel feisty on Wednesday, as the Moon and Mars link up. If you channel your fiery energy into sport, exercise or domestic duties, then you'll feel less frazzled. Inspiration is high on Thursday as you create, donate or participate. When Venus moves through your relationship zone [from Saturday until September 11] aim to be less defensive and more diplomatic.

Librans love to shop but are your finances in a precarious state?

If you separate your wants from your needs, it will shorten your shopping list considerably. Love, romance, companionship and creativity are all highlighted when Venus vamps through your sign [from Saturday through until September 11]. It's time to flirt up a storm, as you call in a few old favors!

Taurus – April 21 to May 21

Scorpio – October 24 to November 22

Relationships and responsibilities go hand-in-hand this week Bulls. If you try to escape from family commitments, loved ones won't be amused! Others are keen for you to change your mind about a current situation … but are you digging your hooves in and refusing to budge? On Thursday, Mercury and Uranus encourage you to look at things from a fresh perspective.

Proceed carefully with professional projects early in the week. If you are too hasty [or too stubborn] then you could encounter a problem with a colleague, client or customer. Strong feelings resurface on the weekend, as others push your emotional buttons. Settle down Scorpio, otherwise you run the risk of turning a minor matter into a major obsession.

Gemini – May 22 to June 21

Sagittarius – November 23 to December 21

Your fickle attention span will be tested [especially at work] when a challenging project demands that you concentrate for more than 60 seconds. You've got so many innovative ideas buzzing around in your head but don't waste your numerous talents Twins! The week will work well if you can get the balance right between being wildly creative and doggedly disciplined.

Slow down Sagittarius! If you run around on auto-pilot, then you're more likely to make thoughtless remarks and silly slip-ups. Plus resist the temptation to jump in and judge others. With a flexible mind and an open heart, you'll sail through any temporary glitches. The weekend is wonderful for outdoor adventures, creative collaborations and group get-togethers.

Cancer – June 22 to July 23

Capricorn – December 22 to January 20

Don't assume you have all the answers Crabs. You have much to learn from others … especially the children in your life. Listen for the words of wisdom that come out of the mouths of little people! And have you been feuding with a family member? Venus visits your domestic zone [from August 17 until September 11] so it's time to hold out the olive branch of peace.

A relationship with a friend or acquaintance could cool, as responsibilities overtake having fun. If you keep the lines of communication open, things will soon settle down. Friday is fabulous for innovative ideas and making international connections. But avoid being too confrontational with a loved one or workmate this weekend … softly, softly is the way to go.

Leo – July 24 to August 23

Aquarius – January 21 to February 19

With the Sun and Mercury charging through your sign [and Venus moving into luxury-loving Libra] it's time for largerthan-life Leos to let your hair down, express yourself and indulge your senses. Be inspired by the wonderful Mae West [born on August 17, 1892] “Too much of a good thing can be wonderful.” But don't neglect your domestic duties in the process!

Early in the week there may be some conflict between personal and professional responsibilities. Thursday is your best day, as your Aquarian imagination takes you to magical places. It's also the perfect time to approach problems in perceptive new ways. From Saturday onwards Venus blesses study, education, commerce, publishing, travel and legal matters.

Virgo – August 24 to September 23 When Mercury [your ruling planet] and serious Saturn link up, you can veer off into Virgo worry-wart mode. But stressing about problems won't help. Instead, roll up your sleeves, put your head down, and get on with the job at hand. Your motto for the week is “Keep calm and carry on!” Finances are favored from August 17-September 11, when Venus visits your money zone.

Pisces – February 20 to March 20 Are you procrastinating about which Piscean project to pursue? With Saturn activating your aspirations zone, focus on your goals for the future. And, with Neptune moving through your sign, it's also time to follow your bliss. Your motto for the moment is from birthday great Julia Child “Find something you're passionate about, and keep tremendously interested in it.”

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Nickelback Nickelback is a Canadian rock band formed in 1995 in Hanna, Alberta. The band is composed of lead guitarist and lead vocalist Chad Kroeger, rhythm guitarist, keyboardist and backing vocalist Ryan Peake, bassist Mike Kroeger, and drummer Daniel Adair. The band went through a number of configurations between 1995 and 2005, achieving its current form when Adair replaced drummer Ryan Vikedal. Nickelback is one of the most commercially successful Canadian groups, having sold more than 50 million albums worldwide and ranking as the eleventh best-selling music act, and the second bestselling foreign act in the U.S. behind The Beatles, of the 2000s. Billboard ranks them the top rock group of the decade, and their hit song "How You Remind Me" was listed as the top rock song of the decade and the fourth song of the decade. They were listed number seven on the Billboard top artist of the decade, with four albums listed on the Billboard top albums of the decade. The band signed with Roadrunner Records in 1999 and re-released their once-independent album The State. The band achieved commercial success with the release of their 2000 album The State and then they achieved mainstream success with the release of their 2001 album Silver Side Up. Following the release of Silver Side Up the band released their biggest and most known hit today, "How You Remind Me" which peaked number 1 on the American and Canadian charts at the same time. Then, the band's 4th album The Long Road spawned 5 singles and continued the band's mainstream success with their hit single "Someday" which peaked at number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 1 at the Canadian Singles Chart. Afterwards, the band put out their biggest album to date, All The Right Reasons which produced 3 top 10 singles and 5 top 20 singles, on the Billboard Hot 100 example of songs like "Photograph", "Far Away", and "Rockstar". The band's Dark Horse album was a success which produced eight singles, one of which peaked on the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 and two of which peaked on the top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100. The band recently released their 2011 album, Here and Now which again topped the charts. The band h a s w o n n u m e r o u s awards and they have won 12 Juno Awards among 28 nominations.

"Animals" I, I'm driving black on black Just got my license back I got this feeling in my veins this train is coming off the track I'll ask polite if the devil needs a ride Because the angel on my right ain't hanging out with me tonight I'm driving past your house while you were sneaking out I got the car door opened up so you can jump in on the run Your mom don't know that you were missing She'd be pissed if she could see the parts of you that I've been kissing Screamin' [CHORUS] No, we're never gonna quit Ain't nothing wrong with it Just acting like we're animals No, no matter where we go 'Cause everybody knows We're just a couple of animals So come on baby, get in Get in, just get in Check out the trouble we're in You're beside me on the seat Got your hand between my knees And you control how fast we go by just how hard you wanna squeeze It's hard to steer when you're breathing in my ear But I got both hands on the wheel while you got both hands on my gears By now, no doubt that we were heading south I guess nobody ever taught her not to speak with a full mouth 'Cause this was it, like flicking on a switch It felt so good I almost drove into the ditch I'm screamin' [CHORUS] So come on baby, get in Get in, just get in Check out the trouble we're in We were parked out by the tracks We're sitting in the back And we just started getting busy When she whispered "what was that?" The wind, I think 'cause no one else knows where we are And that was when she started screamin' "That's my dad outside the car!" Oh please, the keys, they're not in the ignition Must have wound up on the floor while we were switching our positions I guess they knew that she was missing As I tried to tell her dad it was her mouth that I was kissing Screamin' [CHORUS] So come on baby, get in We're just a couple of animals Get in, just get in Ain't nothing wrong with it Check out the trouble we're in Get in, just get in

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Collingwood targets top four after beating Swans by 29 points Collingwood has outplayed Sydney to earn an upset 29-point win at the Olympic stadium on Saturday night. The Swans started strongly but they looked increasingly tired as the game wore on, and the Magpies went on to clinch a 14.16 (100) to 10.11 (71) victory. Sydney started the game in fierce form, jumping the Magpies with four goals in the first 10 minutes including two to forward Kurt Tippett. But Collingwood settled quickly and more than matched the Swans for toughness for the rest of the game. The second term was all Collingwood, as the Magpies midfield got on top of Sydney, to lead by three points at the half. For the Swans, however, Tippett was proving unstoppable, taking a big mark and converting


inside the opening minute of the second half to give Sydney the lead back. A minute later, Tippett had his fifth of the night and the Swans were nine points clear - but the Magpies kept coming and goals to Ben Reid, Josh Thomas and Jamie Elliott put the visitors back in front. Travis Cloke kicked a goal late in the quarter to make the lead 16 points, then Jarryd Blair and Elliott missed chances to put the game away before Tippett kept the Swans in the game with his sixth major. T h e visitors had the greater energy, h o w e v e r, a n d goals to Reid and S t e e l e Sidebottom early in the final quarter ensured the Magpies would walk away with the vital four points. Collingwo od captain Nick M a x w e l l celebrated his 100th game as skipper with a big win.

He told Grandstand that the Magpies had made silly mistakes early but had cleaned up their act to get back in the game. " T h e y (Swans) just got it straight out of the middle," he said of the opening period of the game. "When you let the quality teams get the easy ball out of the middle, they're pretty hard to stop no matter how good your defenders are. "We knew it was going to be a really tough game, but the boys stuck it out and I'm really proud of them." He acknowledged the Magpies had let Kurt Tippett under their guard. "The first half we let (defender) Nathan Brown down a lot," he said. "We knew (Kurt) Tippett was the man, but we didn't get across to help him (Brown) enough." The win keeps Collingwood's top four hopes alive, and puts Sydney's hopes in jeopardy, with games against Geelong and Hawthorn still to come in the next three weeks. Collingwood faces Hawthorn next Friday night in a blockbuster at the MCG. "They (Hawthorn) have had the better of us for the last five or six years," Maxwell said. "We've got to make sure we bring the same intensity around the ball we've had the last two weeks, if we do that we'll give ourselves every chance."

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Dead shark found on subway This happens to be Shark Week, an annual promotion by the Discovery Channel dedicated to sharks. A spokeswoman for the Discovery Channel said it had nothing to do with the shark on the subway.

New York City subway riders got a surprise when a dead shark was discovered on a Queens-bound subway train, authorities said. A supervisor found the four foot long carcass shortly after midnight, moved the passengers onto another car and discarded it at the end of the line, according to Metropolitan Transportation Authority spokesman Kevin Ortiz. Photos of the shark appeared online, along with pictures of passengers posing the shark with accessories such as a cigarette and a subway fare card.

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"I am a young mother in perfect health, a trained nurse of 29, and I am renting my breasts to milk feed infants." The offer, addressed to male homosexual couples who can marry legally in France since May, promises up to 10 breast feeds a day. The woman is mobile and based near Paris, it says. Alexandre Woog, chief executive of the e-loue website where the offer appeared, said its staff had contacted the person and had no doubt about her identity and the seriousness of the proposal, nor the legality of the service proposed. "Our legal advisers are sure of this. It's illegal in France 32

breast-feed offer or the identity of the person behind it, who said in response to queries via the website that many people had replied to the proposal. "I've received more than a dozen requests, but only half of them were serious. The rest were from perverts," the poster of the offer, run like all adverts under a pseudonym, said in a statement. Woog said his website, created in 2009 as a platform where users can offer or hire anything legal online, checks any posts that raise eyebrows. The breast-feeding offer was the second major eyecatcher since the website was founded, he said. Another user previously offered to rent out two goats as lawn cutters.


A woman has posted an offer on a French website to breast feed babies of homosexual male couples for 100 euros ($130) a day, stirring up media interest just weeks after a divisive same sex marriage law was passed.

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needed to be better in defence as the Canberra backs threw caution to the win and scored two late tries. He said celebrations in the Roosters dressing room were subdued to the lacklustre performance. "They're pretty honest. They weren't ecstatic after the game. They were pretty disappointed in themselves and that's a good attitude to have." Of more concern for Robinson was the serious ankle injury to Blues origin forward Boyd Cordner who may be out for the season. Raiders coach David Furner was pleased with his side's effort after coming off a 68-4 hiding from Melbourne Storm last week. While the effort was there Furner said his side's execution let them down and the poor start in the second half cost them the game. "I said to the players that there was no problem with the effort but with the effort you have to make sure you have the composure," Furner said. Canberra has slipped to eighth spot on the ladder following Newcastle's win over Cronulla. The Raiders have concerns over captain Terry Campese who went to hospital with a suspected fractured eye socket from an accidental


Jarrod Croker's sideline conversion set up a thrilling finish and the Raiders found themselves in an attacking position in the final minute only for their attack to be halted by a dubious knock-on call. New South Wales Origin five-eighth James Maloney was the architect for the Roosters while his Blues teammate Michael Jennings scored two tries. The Roosters were not getting carried away with their elevation to the top of the table after a somewhat scrappy win. "It's good to be in this position but we need to play better footy," Roosters coach Trent Robinson said. "We played well enough to get the two points which is good, but we want to play a style of footy that we can be proud of and we missed our mark tonight." Robinson said his side


The Sydney Roosters have moved into the NRL competition lead after holding on for a 28-22 win over the Canberra Raiders at the Sydney Football Stadium on Saturday night. The win takes the Roosters two points ahead of South Sydney with four rounds to play. The Roosters held a 16-10 lead at half-time before stretching the lead to 28-10 after just eight minutes of the second half. Roosters centre Shaun Kenny-Dowall scored two minutes after the break before winger Daniel Tupou scored six minutes later to give the home side an 18-point lead. The Raiders fought back first when winger Sandor Earl scored a neat 54th minute try following breaks from Anthony Milford and Sandor Earl. Blake Ferguson, in his NRL return for the Raiders, scored his second try of the game carrying three defenders to the line with six minutes left on the clock.



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TV producer gives up living as woman An American TV news editor, who has been living as a w o m a n s i n c e M a y, i s resuming his life as a man after a tumultuous period in which he claimed he had amnesia and accused his wife of dressing him up as a woman. News producer Don Ennis was publicly applauded earlier this year for his decision to transition to being Dawn Ennis. Ennis has now sent friends and colleagues an email saying he had had a bout of transient global amnesia which took him back to 1999 and he found himself wondering why he was dressed as a woman.

“It became obvious this was not the case once I took off the bra and discovered two reasons I was wearing one,” he said, referring to his hormone induced breasts. “I thought it was 1999 and I was sure as hell that I was a man,” Ennis said in the e-mail titled “Not Reportable, Very Confirmed.”

“Fortunately, my memories of the last 14 years have since returned. But what did not return was my identity as Dawn,” said Ennis, who had been wearing lipstick, skirts and heels. “I am writing to let you know I'm changing my name to Don Ennis. That will be my name again, now and forever. And it appears I'm not transgender after all. “I'm asking all of you who accepted me as a transgender to now understand I was misdiagnosed." Don now feels “fantastic” as a man again. With the hormone treatment and surgery, he hopes things will only get better. He called his three month odyssey into the world of women “a tremendous gift.”

Vending In Reverse Beijing's subway authorities have introduced reverse vending machines which allow travellers to offset their transit costs by recycling. Passengers insert a plastic bottle, wait twenty seconds until the bottle is crushed to a third of its original size. Donors then receive one jiao (1.6 cents) on their commuter passes for each empty bottle. The machines have been installed in two stations so far. Recycling for a reward.

The manufacturer of the machines, Incom says it's easy. The machine here will be competing against the subway's numerous scavengers and

underground collection centers, which actually turns recyclable material into waste, and produce more pollution. The company is confident that being a green campaigner will help them win. The machine is still in a trial stage. The company plans to install 3, 000 such machines across the city. They'll expand to other subway lines, schools, residential areas, bus stops and shopping malls. Similar machines will soon be installed in bus stops as well.

Helicopter lift costs Dutch climbers Two Dutch climbers who apparently feigned exhaustion to get a rescue helicopter lift down from an Austrian mountain face prosecution on top of a 2,300 euro ($3,100) fine for the ride. The two friends aged 27 and 30 had mounted the 1,750metre Little Goell peak near Salzburg in June, and written "we are going back by helicopter" in the climbers' book at the top. They


then summoned a rescue helicopter on the way back down. "Basically we want to

send a clear signal that help and rescue measures and search flights are only to be launched when absolutely necessary because there is always a risk for rescue teams," local official Helmut Fuerst said. Prosecutors were investigating whether the two abused emergency signals, an offence that can draw up to six months in jail or a fine. ($1 = 0.7490 euros)


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these Short take off and landing planes fight it out to land on a dime. The two day competition pits the flying skills of bush pilots to see not who can fly the fastest but who can fly the slowest. And not only is there a large crowd watching the dare devils but black bears and sheep watching on the surrounding hills. The pilots are often

veterans of their craft with more than 25,000 hours of flying in remote Alaska. And the best planes are typically heavily modified. There are four categories for competitors at the Valdez fly-in. The light touring, heavy touring and stock bush classes all feature production certified planes. While modifications can be made they must be approved for use on production planes. However on the alternate bush category anything goes but the changes must be built under the US regulator's experimental category. Or pilots can build a design from the ground up.

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Gold Coast Titans upset Canterbury Bulldogs


The intricacies of the video referee have halted Canterbury's bid for the NRL top four as Gold Coast moved into finals reckoning with a 26-16 upset at the Olympic stadium. A Kevin Gordon hat-trick helped the Titans secure just their second win from the past six games to leap ahead of Canberra into eighth spot on the ladder, the Bulldogs now trailing fourth-placed Melbourne by five points with four rounds remaining. The home side was left to rue a controversial video referee ruling when Josh Reynolds was denied a try in the 52nd minute which would have given the Bulldogs their first lead. The on-field officials ruled no-try as they sent it upstairs, and despite replays indicating the ball hitting Jamie Dowling's head and not Josh Jackson's hand, the original decision was upheld due to insufficient evidence. The impact of the call was exacerbated when David Mead crossed off a delicate inside ball from Luke O'Dwyer four minutes later to give the Titans an 18-10 lead.


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Reynolds did eventually get his try off a Krisnan Inu offload seven minutes from full-time to set up a thrilling finish but the comeback was over when Greg Bird managed to get a pass away with four defenders on him to set up Gordon's third in the dying stages. Gordon scored his first two tries inside the opening 20 minutes, the second an acrobatic effort around the corner post, with Sam Perrett's reply the Bulldogs' only joy of a half littered with 16 penalties. Man mountain Tony Williams was cut down just short of the line when a try seemed certain, while Trent Hodkinson did what his much bigger opponent could not as he weaved his way over from close range. The Bulldogs could have tied it up at 12-all only for Inu to miss a simple conversion, with Hodkinson inexplicably relieved of his kicking duties.


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Crows hang on to beat Kangaroos A delaide

held its nerve to inflict yet another narrow loss on the Kangaroos with a 11.13 (79) to 10.10 (70) victory. The Crows got the jump on their home ground, kicking three goals to none in the opening term, and Adelaide could have been further in front with the Kangaroos forcing three rushed behinds. Adelaide kicked on in the second quarter, grabbing four goals to two to lead by 34 points near time on.

But the Kangaroos hit back with six out of the next eight majors to get within four points at the final change. When Todd Goldstein kicked a goal four minutes into the final term, North Melbourne had hit the front against the odds.

But Rory Sloane set up Jared Petrenko halfway through the term to give the home side the lead once more. Richard Douglas, Rory Laird and David Mackay all missed chances to give Adelaide a more substantial buffer before Sloane gave the Crows some breathing space with a goal at the 17-minute mark. Lindsay Thomas kicked his second to reduce the margin, but the Kangaroos fell short yet again to lose their 11th game for the season.

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