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105,000 Bali Governor and Deputy Governor to Be Sworn Into Office on August 29, 2013. Metro TV reports that the inauguration of Bali's Governor and Deputy Governor for the period 2013-2018 will now take place on August 29, 2013. After a narrow victory by only 966 votes and an unsuccessful formal challenge of the results to the Constitutional Court, Made Mangku Pastika and Ketut Sudikerta were declared the winners of Bali gubernatorial race. Continue to page 2

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Bali to Host World Leaders 14 World Leaders Now Confirmed to Attend APEC Summit in Bali in October 2013 U.S. President Barack Obama has confirmed his attendance at the coming highlevel conference on Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) to be held in Bali in Early October 2013. Also confirmed to attend is Russian president Vladimir Putin and Chinese president Xi Jinping in a group expected to eventuallu include 20 of the world's top leaders. Thus far, 14 heads of state from 21 participating countries that are members of APEC have confirmed their attendance in Bali. An additional 7 heads of state may still confirm travel plans to Bali for early October. APEC was founded in 1989 to foster economic cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region. The members of APEC are

Continued from page 1. Rp. 400 million (US$40,000) has been allocated to pay for the inauguration ceremony from the provincial budget. A relatively modest amount when compared to

Singapore, Chinese Taiwan, Thailand, U.S.A. and Vietnam.

other provinces in Indonesia, the Bali inauguration is being billed as a relatively simple affair. The venue for the ceremony is the main plenary hall of the Bali House of Representatives. A total of 600 invitations are being

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BALI THE RIGHT WAY G'day again folks and let's try for another whirl at the weekly. This week is the last one of the AFL season with the long awaited finals starting the following week. I look forward to seeing who gets the top spots for the Grand final and I know one thing for sure and that's the fact that Essendon won't be allowed to play in the finals series. At time of writing it seems that the powers that be have decided a fair resolution to the scandal is to strip the bombers of all their points and refuse them a place in the final series. I think it's almost the same as being hit in the face with a wet stick of celery as at the end of the day they wouldn't have made it into the top eight as they have Richmond this week who will undoubtedly give them a hiding. I think the A.F.L should have gone a bit harder with the punishment. I also understand from reports that the coach “Hirdy” has stopped his court action against the league. Is that a clear sign that the man is guilty or is it an economic decision based on the cost of such a venture. It occurs to me that the team was using a banned substance, giving them the edge over other more professional outfits and they are going to pay a pathetic price for their sins. I look forward to watching it all unravel and seeing what exactly happens over the next few months and beyond.

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Bali: Island of Sin, Opposed to the Word of God? Islamic Defender Front (FPI) Wants Government to Cancel Miss World 2013 in Bali. Liputan 6 TV quotes the leader of the Islamic Defender Front (FPI), Habib Rizieg Shihab, saying: “FPI rejects Miss Wo r l d . R e j e c t M i s s Wo r l d ! R e j e c t M i s s World!” The formal cancellation of the Miss World Competition in Indonesia forms part of a platform of policies agreed during just complete Third National Congress (Munas III) of the FPI “We ask the Miss World 2103 be denied a permit. In accordance with our anniversary (August 25), we'll held big demonstrations to let

the Government know that every province of Indonesia is unwilling to be dirtied by sin that will endanger them to the wrath of God,” said Shihab on Sunday, August 25, 2013. He continued, warning the government not to “twist the facts” by claiming it is only the majority Muslims that are refusing the 2013 Miss World

this was the tactic of the government in granting permission for the event to be held in Bali that has a Hindu majority. “ B u t t h e government must understand that Bali is a part of Indonesia, don't try to make Bali an Island of evil that sins against God's word. Bali is a part of the Sovereign Nation of the Republic of Indonesia,” said the former chairman of the FPI. The Miss World Competition will be held in Bali during the first week of September with the final gala evening to be held in Bogor, West Java.

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Wholly cow, croc hits jackpot An East Kimberley "croc stalker" has captured one of the deadly reptiles snaring a whole cow for its larder. Jeremy Rooke spends his spare time getting up close to crocodiles all over the East Kimberley. But last week at King River, even he was amazed when he saw this 4m saltie drag a full-grown cow into the water. "I went back the day after and there was a croc at least two metres longer than that one there as well," Mr Rooke said. "I took my parents from Perth and they were totally shocked. "When my mum saw the big one she jumped back in the car."

The cow was alive when he first saw it but soon stopped moving. "Not a nice way to go," he said. "That spot is frequented by people camping close to the river,

which is a worry given the size of some of the crocs." Mr Rooke, of Wyndham, said the late crocodile hunter Steve Irwin inspired him to stalk crocs as a hobby. Though he says the region is perfect for his passion, his wife is "often concerned" when he comes home a little late. But it has led Mr Rooke to photograph some of the Kimberley's biggest crocs, including one at Wyndham boat ramp two years ago estimated to be 6-7m. Now he is taking his hobby to the next level with a remote control helicopter camera.

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Thanks shallot! Police foil onion heist Indian police have foiled a bid by robbers to make off with a truck laden with onions, in an unusual crime apparently motivated by rocketing prices of the staple food. Three men stopped a truck on the main road from the western city of Jaipur to the capital New Delhi on the pretence that their vehicle had been damaged in a collision. After accusing the truck driver of causing the accident, one of the men jumped behind the wheel and the others fled. Police were quickly alerted and they erected barricades on surrounding roads to stop the thieves. Seeing their route blocked, the men abandoned their loot and

escaped on foot, allowing the grateful truck driver to continue on his journey. "Hijackers target loaded trucks to loot goods but it is not usual to target food or vegetables," Ram Kishore, a policeman from the northern district of Shahpura where the crime took place, said. Onion prices are back on the front-pages in India after a

spike in prices caused by supply shortages, with a kilogram costing 60 rupees (less than a dollar) in the capital from as little as 15 rupees last year. The humble root vegetable, an essential ingredient in Indian cooking, has a surprisingly weighty track record of political influence. In 1980, Indira Gandhi exploited rising onion prices to storm back to power, appearing at campaign rallies waving huge strings of them with the message that a government that cannot control onion costs has no right to govern. And in 1998, a six-fold surge in the cost of onions was held partly responsible for the electoral defeat of the ruling Delhi state government.

Venice tourists get shock bill at outdoor coffee bar To u r i s t s g o i n g t o Venice beware and make sure you read the fine print. Everyone knows the lagoon city can be expensive but seven tourists from Rome got a bitter surprise when their bill for four coffees and three liqueurs at an outdoor cafe topped 100 euros ($130). The scene of the mishap was the famed CaffeLavena in St. Mark's Square, where 19th century German composer Richard Wagner, who died in Venice in 1883, sat to have his morning coffee every day when he lived in the city. What the Roman tourists


who posted their receipt on Facebook apparently did not notice when looking at the menu was the "music surcharge" of six euros per person. It added up to 42 euros, or nearly half of the bill.

The owners of the famous cafe, which opened in 1750 and where clients are served by whitejacketed waiters as a chamber orchestra plays, defended themselves. They said all the prices (six euros for a coffee and 10 for a liqueur) as well as the music surcharge, are printed on the menus. "If they found the prices too high, they could have got up and gone somewhere else, like many people do, or have the coffee standing at the bar inside, where it costs one euro," Lavena's manager, Massimo Milanese, told the Corrieredella Sera newspaper.


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'Jerungga' pommelo salad worth tasting Rujak, a traditional Indonesian tropical fruit salad, is a favorite dish of many communities in Indonesia, as well as some of its neighboring countries, like Malaysia or Singapore. The slices of assorted fruit, such as fresh mango, jambu air (water apple), starfruit, young papaya, pineapple and pommelo (a kind of pink grapefruit), mixed with a hot spicy palm sugar dressing may look and taste especially inviting during the hotter weather. Rujak is made not only as a daily treat but also for ceremonial purposes, especially in Java where rujak is an essential part of the prenatal ceremony. In Bali, rujak is also very popular, with various fruit mixtures and sauces available. Warung Ibu Indra, a small, modest food stall located in North Denpasar, offers a delicious pommelo rujak, locally known as rujak jerungga. In the past, pommelo was known as jeruk Bali — the Balinese citrus fruit, as it was cultivated massively on the island prior to being hit by a plant disease. Pommelo is considered to be the king of citrus fruits for its sheer size: Some varieties are the size of a small basketball, while others are like an enormous grapefruit. Pommelos also vary in color, from dark green on the outside to a coral-orange color and sometimes even yellow. The skin can be very thick, up to 2 inches,

depending on the hybrid. Some come to a peaked top (where the stem joins the tree), while others are completely round. The inner fruit ranges in color from white to pink. Some farmers in Sanur still cultivate the pommelo plants, but Ibu Indra and the owners of other food stalls usually procure their fruit from Madiun in East Java. Every day, Ibu Indra sells various types of rujak and other traditional meals, such as tipat cantok, rice cake steamed wrapped in young coconut leaves mixed with vegetables, beans and peanut sauce. However, rujak jerungga is her most popular dish. Ibu Indra prepares a large amount of thick, sweet dressing made of palm sugar, chili and shrimp paste, sometimes with vinegar. She can modify the types of rujak according to the customer's demand. For rujak jerungga, she slices the pommelo's pink juicy fruit, then pours the thick dressing onto the fruit. Humble: Ibu Indra's simple warung only has five main items on its menu. Ibu Indra also sells kolak ubi, a traditional sweet dessert made of sweet potatoes in a palm sugar and coconut milk dressing. For those who want to make rujak jerungga at home, Ibu Indra also sells jerungga fruit and bottles of rujak dressing. Fruit lovers — you may just find rujak jerungga fills that missing gap in your culinary experience.

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Goat-sex man banned from farms A MAN has been banned from all farms where animals are kept after admitting having sexual intercourse with a goat. Robert Newman, 23, will be sentenced next month after pleading guilty at North West Wiltshire Magistrates' Court in Chippenham to a charge of having sex with a living animal contrary to the Sexual Offences Act 2003.

Newman, of Potterne Road, Devizes, Wiltshire, had originally denied the offence which took place in April this year at Devizes and was due to stand trial but later

pleaded guilty. He is due to be sentenced on September 12 after a pre-sentence report has been prepared. In the meantime Newman was released on conditional bail and must obey a curfew between 7pm and 7am. He is also not allowed to enter any land where farm animals are kept. The offence carries a maximum sentence of six months' imprisonment on summary conviction.

Tattoos, Body Piercings to Be Banned The Arkansas Senate passed a bill to ban tattoos, piercings and other similar body modifications w h i c h i t characterizes as “non-traditional,” recently. Senator Missy Irvin of Mountain View, Arkansas sponsored the bill entitled ”An Act To Limit Body Art Procedures”. She says that body modifications should be limited to “traditional” tattoos and piercings. Her proposal was to essentially ban scarification procedures and dermal implants, as well as certain tattoos which remain yet to be defined as by the vague language of the bill she sponsored. 12

Almost unbelievably, this bill passed by a 26-4 vote. Following this, the bill was sent to the House, where it took on even more vague language. See the link above for the bill as it was eventually “compromised” on in the House. The scarification ban

from the Senate version was removed, while considerable a m b i g u o u s language remained. T h e H o u s e “compromise” bans dermal implants unless performed by a d o c t o r. T h i s essentially, and in practice, outlaws the body modification. As well, the bill's vague, undefined language even in the edited, House version while editing out some of the original language on tattoos, fails to define a number of important issues raised by the Senate version, including what they mean by “cosmetic” tattoos as opposed to “non-cosmetic” tattoos.

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Last week I was doing the usual catching up with friends in Kuta, I decided to have a wonder through a market as I hadn't been there in a while. I was walking through the market when I suddenly saw a good friend of mine. I was about to go over and say hi when this woman comes up to him. For a second I thought she worked there but then he put his arm around her and they kissed! I was so shocked. I hid myself and watched them for a minute until they walked away and I am 100 percent they are not just friends. They were all over each other. I called my friend straight away and told her and she said I have to tell his wife. The worst part is we had a dinner that night with them and he was acting completely normal, he even kissed her! I felt sick all night and had to pretend I had a stomach ache. I have no idea who the woman is and I don't know what to do. We've always had a great relationship up until now that is. His wife has always been a good wife as far as I know and I thought they were happy. I know a lot of people run around with others here but I never thought this man would. This is such a betrayal. What should I do? Sonia


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Todd Carney's boot helps Cronulla Sharks shock Sydney Roosters The Sharks are the real deal and the race for the NRL minor premiership is well and truly back on after Cronulla stunned the ladder-leading Sydney Roosters 32-22 on Monday night. Thumped 40-0 by the Roosters just five weeks ago, Cronulla completed a remarkable turnaround at Shark Park - the victory set up by a brilliant opening half when the home side ran away to a 26-0 lead. Conceding 30 points for the first time this season, the Roosters are now ahead of archrivals South Sydney by points-differential alone setting up a potentially epic final round encounter between the two sides in just under a fortnight. But this was Cronulla's time to stamp its premiership credentials, as it guaranteed at worst homeground advantage in week one of the finals. The tone was set in the opening set when the brilliant Todd Carney landed a 40-20 and then a delicate grubber for Paul Gallen to

score in a dream start for the home side. The half will be remembered for the three tries in the final nine minutes of the stanza that broke open the contest, but it was the desperate

goal-line defence which preceded the late onslaught which defined Cronulla's mentality. Having repelled the best attack in the competition time and again, Cronulla took late advantage as the Roosters' discipline unravelled with Sonny Bill Williams giving away four first half penalties. The giant Kiwi was unlucky to collect the last for a strip however, with replays indicating

Ben Pomeroy had knocked on - but it proved crucial as the Sharks went on a points-feeding frenzy. Michael Gordon, Johnathan Wright and Chris Heighington all crossed for tries against a rattled Roosters outfit - the last try summing up their effort with H e i g h i n g t o n performing a one-onone strip from Shaun Kenny-Dowall from ten metres out before waltzing over the line. The Roosters threatened with two tries inside the opening 12 minutes of the second period, but their momentum was punctured when Roger Tuivasa-Sheck was denied what would have been a spectacular four-pointer due to a Daniel Tupou obstruction. Stand-in captain Mitchell Pearce argued his winger had nowhere to go - and no longer did the Roosters as Carney added three penalty goals to take the lead beyond three converted tries before two late tries added some respectability for the visitors.

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Venus is visiting your relationship zone, so you're in the mood to morph from a roaring Ram into a loving Lamb. And some amorous singles will fall in love at first sight. You're also keen to have fun with family and friends, as your social side switches into overdrive. Plus, with Mars barnstorming into your entertainment zone [until October 15] you're ready to rock 'n roll!

Worrying about money matters won't solve problems … being practical will. So put energy into devising a workable new financial strategy. Attached Librans … when it comes to your partner, expect the unexpected. Are you sick and tired of being single? Stop looking for love in the same old places. It's time to step outside your comfort zone and be more adventurous.

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Scorpio – October 24 to November 22

Bulls will feel unusually boisterous, as Uranus and Jupiter stir up your spontaneous side [yes, it's there somewhere!] So it's a wonderful week to shake up your usual routine, and act on impulse … who knows where it may lead? Attached Taureans – prepare to be surprised by your spouse. Single? You may be drawn to a potential partner who's not your usual type.

Scorpios have a range of superlative talents. You are strong, sexy, passionate, powerful, resilient and resourceful … plus you're also pretty adept at holding onto grudges. But the only person that ends up hurting is yourself. So your motto for the moment is from Mother Teresa [born on August 27, 1910] “If we really want to love we must learn how to forgive.”

Gemini – May 22 to June 21

Sagittarius – November 23 to December 21

Do you feel as if you're lost in a giant Gemini maze? Things improve as the week progresses, and Saturn and Pluto help you v i e w a p r o b l e m i n a m o r e r e a l i s t i c w a y. By the time the weekend rolls around you're firing on all cylinders as you study, socialize, travel, talk, text, tweet and multi-task to the max. Finances are also favored … as long as you're not frivolous.

Your Sagittarian gypsy gene is stimulated, as Mars moves into your travel zone and adventure calls! If you can't get away [between now and October 15] then go journeying in your mind via studying another culture, learning a new language or reading travel books. When it comes to work, creative ideas combined with good communication skills will take you far.

Cancer – June 22 to July 23

Capricorn – December 22 to January 20

Cancers can be overly cautious creatures, so you have to be careful life doesn't pass you by from the comfort of your cozy Crab cave! With Jupiter jumping through your sign [until July 2014] it's time to take on a mighty challenge or go on a grand adventure. Be inspired by birthday great Ingrid Bergman “I don't regret a thing I've done. I only regret the things I didn't do.”

With diplomacy planet Venus visiting your career zone, patching up problems with work colleagues will be easier now than at other times. Friday should be fabulous, as the Sun and Saturn make beautiful music together and your Capricorn creativity really shines. Projects involving education, travel, international contacts and social networking are particularly favored.

Leo – July 24 to August 23

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Do you feel a bit like the Muddle-Headed Wombat? Don't worry if you start the week in a cacophony of confusion … Neptune's doing a number on you, and it will be hard to think straight. Friday through to Sunday will be delightfully productive days as you re-focus, plus Saturn and Pluto help you power through projects with plenty of passion and purpose. Go Cats!

With Saturn moving slowly through your career zone, it will take a while to reach your professional goals. Be patient Aquarius! Draw inspiration from birthday great Lily Tomlin “The road to success is always under construction.” Mighty Mars rushes into your relationship zone [from August 28 until October 15] so, if you're looking for love, you'll have to be proactive.

Virgo – August 24 to September 23 Expect a busy week as Neptune, Saturn, Pluto and Jupiter all make aspects to Mercury [your ruling planet]. Don't waste valuable time wondering what a loved one is thinking … you are probably way off the mark. Instead, put your versatile Virgo mind to good use via reading, writing and vigorous research. Saturday is super for networking, socializing and group activities.

Pisces – February 20 to March 20 When it comes to a close relationship, do you have ridiculously unrealistic expectations? Or are you jumping to fanciful conclusions? Perhaps it's time for a dose of reality, before it all ends in disappointment and tears. The best way to utilise your over-active imagination is through creative pursuits like photography, art, drama, dance, singing, writing and music.

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The following is a myth busting info page covering different songs or bands each week chosen by one of our many loyal readers, Please Enjoy…Savage Garden “Truly Madly Deeply”

Savage Garden Savage Garden was an Australian pop rock duo consisting of Deeply", the band's third Australian single, was released in March and reached No. 1 and soon Darren Hayes as vocalist and Daniel Jones as instrumentalist. Formed in Logan City, Queensland in 1994, the duo achieved international success in late 1990s and early 2000s with the number-one hit singles "I Want You", "To the Moon and Back", "Truly Madly Deeply", "The Animal Song" and "I Knew I Loved You". Their two studio albums, Savage Garden and Affirmation reached number-one in Australia and peaked in the top ten in both the United Kingdom and United States. The group won a record number of ten ARIA Music Awards in 1997 for their debut album and its related singles. They disbanded in 2001 and Hayes continued as a solo artist. In 1993, multi-instrumentalist and producer Daniel Jones placed an advertisement in Brisbane newspaper Time Off seeking a vocalist for his five-piece covers band Red Edge which he had formed with his brothers. Darren Hayes, who was studying at university, was the only respondent and joined after his first audition. Red Edge played venues along the Gold Coast pub and club circuit, while Hayes and Jones started to write original material. In June 1994, Hayes and Jones left Red Edge to pursue a career together originally as Crush. The new duo was renamed Savage Garden after a phrase from The Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice, "The mind of each man is a savage garden". By year's end, the pair had enough songs for a demo tape, they sent 150 copies to various record companies around the world. John Woodruff (The Angels, Baby Animals, Diesel) was the only positive response, he became their manager and negotiated a contract with Roadshow Music/Warner Music. In 1995, they entered the studio to work on their debut album with producer, Charles Fisher (Air Supply, Moving Pictures, 1927) Debut album In July 1996, Savage Garden released their debut single "I Want You" under Roadshow Music. It peaked at No. 4 on the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Singles Chart and on the 1996 End of Year Singles Chart was highest placed by an Australian artist. On 30 September, they received their first ARIA Award nomination, in the category 'Breakthrough Artist Single', for "I Want You". Their success garnered interest from international labels and they signed to Columbia Records. In November, "To the Moon and Back", was released which reached No. 1 in January 1997. "I Want You" was released in North America in February, where it peaked at No. 4 on the United States BillboardHot 100 and by April had achieved gold status according to Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). It peaked at No. 1 on the Canadian Singles Chart. "Truly Madly

became their signature song. In March, the duo's debut album, Savage Garden, entered the Australian charts at No. 1 and peaked there for a total of 19 weeks.According to rock music historian, Ian McFarlane, "It revealed the influence of 1980s UK pop on Hayes and Jones' songwriting. Tears for Fears melodies blended seamlessly with Eurythmics-like arrangements, while Cure-styled guitar provided the icing on the cake". The album was released internationally two weeks later. "I Want You" was released across Europe in April and reached No. 11 on the United Kingdom Singles Chart. At the end of May, "To the Moon and Back" was the most played song on US radio. "Truly Madly Deeply" became their third US release and replaced Elton John's "Candle in the Wind 1997", after its 14-week run, at No. 1.

Truly Madly Deeply “Lyrics” I'll be your dream, I'll be your wish, I'll be your fantasy. I'll be your hope, I'll be your love, be everything that you need. I love you more with every breath, truly madly deeply do I will be strong, I will be faithful 'cause I'm counting on a new beginning. A reason for living.A deeper meaning. I want to stand with you on a mountain. I want to bathe with you in the sea. I want to lay like this forever. Until the sky falls down on me And when the stars are shining brightly in the velvet sky, I'll make a wish send it to heaven then make you want to cry The tears of joy for all the pleasure and the certainty. That we're surrounded by the comfort and protection of The highest power, in lonely hours, the tears devour you I want to stand with you on a mountain, I want to bathe with you in the sea. I want to lay like this forever, Until the sky falls down on me Oh can you see it baby? You don't have to close your eyes 'Cause it's standing right before you. All that you need will surely come I'll be your dream, I'll be your wish, I'll be your fantasy. I'll be your hope, I'll be your love, be everything that you need. I'll love you more with every breath, truly madly deeply do I want to stand with you on a mountain I want to bathe with you in the sea. I want to lay like this forever. Until the sky falls down on me I want to stand with you on a mountain I want to bathe with you in the sea. I want to live like this forever. Until the sky falls down on me

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Melbourne Storm runs riot to crush Parramatta Eels

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had to cheer about as the probably took us 40 minutes The Melbourne Storm have Storm machine clicked into gear. s t e a m - r o l l e d l o w l y to get that attitude." Five-eighth Brett Finch, The defending champions Parramatta 64-4 at AAMI who ended the game with a large, led 16-4 at the main break, with Park to continue on their white bandage on his face after a back rower Ryan Hoffman merry way to the NRL finals. In Melbourne, the Storm went into the clash raging favourites against the likely woodenspooners and lived up to that billing, running in 11 tries to one as the match disintegrated into little more than a touch football contest. The performance will send shivers down the spine of the other leading title contenders Souths and Sydney Roosters, with Sunday's offering eerily similar to last year's charge to the finals. The Storm have again emerged from a form slump to find some form and momentum, now chalking up their fourth-straight victory. "I think we took a few shortcuts in the first half," Melbourne's Cooper Cronk told Grandstand. "You've got to have the right attitude from the word go, but it

crossing for a double. His feat was bettered by star full-back Billy Slater, who scored a hat-trick, with two in the second half as the Eels defence went to pieces. Parramatta started well enough and were first on the scoreboard in the fourth minute. They backed themselves and pushed the ball wide, with winger Semi Radradra touching down. But that was all their fans

cut, pulled the strings to set up both of Hoffman's tries. It capped a big week for the veteran, who celebrated his birthday and announced his retirement at season's end. The floodgates opened in the second half with Slater crossing twice, while youngsters Kenny Bromwich and Tim Glasby both scored their first tries in the NRL. There will be celebrations in the Bromwich house, with older brother Jesse also scoring at the 73 minute mark to bring up the half century. The Storm still were not done with Will Chambers posting his second, while fellow centre Maurice Blair also deepened the misery for the Eels.

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Hawks swoop to beat North in Docklands comeback Hawthorn locked up a top-two finish with a gritty come-frombehind win over North Melbourne at Docklands on Saturday afternoon. The Hawks saw off North's bright start to ultimately win 17.15 (117) to 15.13 (103). They reeled in North to trail by just two points at quarter-time after the Kangaroos kicked four unanswered goals, before many attempts, before adding Lance Franklin clawed one back and another two in a huge second quarter Jarryd Roughead goaled twice to to lead by 13 at the long break. close the gap. The game was then turned on But it looked all in vain as North its head when the Hawks kicked Melbourne kicked four goals from as


seven majors to North's four to grab a sevenpoint lead after three periods. North could only kick one more goal in the final quarter, while Hawthorn booted home two more to lock up first place on the AFL ladder. Franklin led the Hawks attack with five goals while Roughead finished with four, and Sam Mitchell chalked up 27 possessions and four marks. Captain Luke Hodge was solid in defence. Jack Ziebell and Aaron Black booted two majors for the Kangaroos, while Sam Gibson registerd 28 touches and eight marks.

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Knights' Kade Snowden banned for seven matches Newcastle prop Kade Snowden will play no further part in the 2013 NRL season after receiving a seven-match suspension for the shoulder charge which broke the jaw of Cowboys hooker Ray Thompson. Snowden pleaded guilty to the grade four shoulder charge for the 65th-minute incident in his side's 26-6 loss to the Cowboys in Townsville on Saturday night. The charge carried a base penalty of 650 points plus a loading for prior offences and carry-over points from his two-match suspension for kneeing a Panthers opponent in round 19. Canterbury forward Frank Pritchard has received a two-week ban for a grade two shoulder charge on Rabbitohs' centre Bryson Goodwin in the Bulldogs' 28-20 loss on Friday night. Pritchard will be sidelined until

the first week of the finals. Geelong cooks Sydney Swans to stay in touch with top-two Hawks Geelong made a statement to stay in touch with ladder-leading Hawthorn with an emphatic 44-point win over Sydney at Kardinia Park in Saturday's twilight game. Steve Johnson kicked four goals and Matthew Stokes racked

up 37 touches as the Cats ran out 13.14 (92) to 7.6 (48) winners over the Swans. Hawthorn had earlier secured a top-two finish for the season with a 14-point win over North Melbourne, while Adelaide said goodbye to Football Park with a 68-point thumping of the Demons. At Kardinia Park, Geelong led by two goals after the first period, before adding another two in a slow second quarter to lead by 25 points at half-time. The match continued apace with each side kicking two more goals in the following stanza, before Geelong finished off the Swans with three majors in the final quarter. The win puts six points of daylight between the sides as Geelong remains two points behind the Hawks.

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scored twice for Manly, told Grandstand. "I thought they came out and were very committed for each other. They put in a good game and took it to us right at the end there." The cracks in the Raiders' line were evident from the get-go: Lyon finding success in the 13th minute and then bagging his second try just four minutes later when he pounced on a deft grubber from half-back Cherry-Evans. Cherry-Evans's boot continued to dictate proceedings with a 40-20 kick the following set,



The Sea Eagles edged one step closer to locking down a top four finals berth, while the 12th-placed Raiders are now only a mathematical possibility of making the top eight due to their poor for-and-against record. Minus star players Te r r y C a m p e s e , B l a k e Ferguson and Jack Wighton, the Raiders capped off a tumultuous week, in which coach David Furner was sacked, by slumping to their fourth straight loss. Manly flew out of the blocks with four first half tries, three of which were through some brittle Raiders edge defence. Manly playmakers Daly CherryEvans and Kieran Foran were superb, throwing the last pass or kick in the majority of their side's six tries. "We needed to win and we knew it was going to be tough down here ... and it certainly was," Jamie Lyon, who

full-back Peter Hiku scoring five tackles l a t e r, b e f o r e J a m i e Buhrer crossed in the 30th minute to give the visitors a 24-0. Looking down and out, the Raiders launched a desperate bid to keep their season alive and scored a Joel Thompson try in the 37th minute. Steve Matai was then sent to the sin bin right on half-time for a professional foul when he held Raiders five-eighth Anthony Milford down for too long. Canberra made the most of their numerical advantage, Reece Robinson scoring in the right corner in the 44th minute following a Milford 40-20 to make it a 12-point deficit. However with Matai back on the field, Manly moved quickly to close out any hopes of a dramatic comeback through a try to Anthony Watmough. The two sides traded tries until full time, however Canberra only ever managed to get within 12 points of the visitors.


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Man revives 45 minutes after heart stops A man whose heart stopped beating for 45 minutes credits his faith for being alive and says stunned doctors who declared him dead aren't s u r e w h a t happened. The body of diesel mechanic To n y Ya h l e w a s being prepared by nurses to be seen by his family when he began to show signs of life, doctors said. He fully awakened at the hospital five days later. Yahle, a 37-year-old West Carrollton resident, in the state of Ohio, the United States, has been a topic of conversation since, said


cardiologist Dr. Raja Nazir. "In the last 20 years, I've never seen anybody who we have pronounced dead and then for him to come back, I've never seen it," "Actually, I've never heard of it."

and that doctors couldn't find any defects in his heart. Their last guess was that it was all the result of a possible viral infection, he said. Y a h l e ' s teenage son said he spoke to his father shortly before he revived. "I pointed at him and said, 'Dad, you're not going to die today,'" said 18year-old Lawrence Yahle. "I stood there for a few more seconds. I was about to walk back to comfort the family, and that's when he started showing signs of a heartbeat." The teen said he "went from hopeless to hope in an instant."


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Japan wife kills cheating husband with coffee cup A Japanese housewife battered her septuagenarian husband to death with a coffee cup after discovering he was cheating on her. The 61-yearo l d w o m a n allegedly attacked her partner after learning of his Tokyo. a f f a i r, b a t t e r i n g h i m Yasuo Hirose, a 70repeatedly about the face year-old honorary professor and head with the mug at with Yokohama National their home southwest of University, was taken to

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A Philadelphia woman has turned up alive nearly two weeks after her family held a funeral and burial. Services for Jackson were held in early August.

50-year-old Sharolyn Jackson showed up at a mental health facility. A body found on July 20 on a Philadelphia street had been identified as Jackson. A spokesman for the Philadelphia Health Department says her son and a social worker who knows her viewed pictures of the body and identified it as being hers.

“You know you feel you're just about to get over it, that she's dead, then Sharolyn's son Travis comes here with the good news that she's alive,” "They showed Travis black and white photos. It looked like her,” he said of the body the family buried. The now-buried body will be exhumed in hopes of correctly identifying the remains.

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ORIGINAL VIAGRA @ 20K Collingwood's Travis Cloke has taken the lead in the tight race for the AFL's Coleman Medal during a Magpie demolition of a limp West Coast. The Magpies climbed into fifth spot at least temporarily with their 15.11 (101) to 5.9 (39) win at the MCG on Friday night, as they tuned up for an elimination final the weekend after next. But it could hardly have been termed a finals dress rehearsal, given the lack of pressure applied by the injurydepleted Eagles, whose two biggest losses this year have now come in the past two rounds. Their total on Friday night was their lowest ever against Collingwood. The Magpies kicked eight of the game's first nine goals, the first five of those coming in a 10-minute burst, to put the result virtually beyond doubt inside the first quarter. They had 74 more disposals than the Eagles and still laid 15 more tackles. Cloke kicked three goals to move to 61 for the season, one clear of West Coast's Josh Kennedy, Hawthorn's Jarryd Roughead and Greater Western Sydney's Jeremy Cameron, who had started the round tied for the lead. Kennedy did not add to his tally on Friday night, starved of opportunities given Collingwood's midfield dominance. Ex-defender Ben Reid again showed his value in attack with four majors. Magpie 2011 Brownlow Medallist Dane Swan did no harm to his chances of vying for another with a 34-disposal, two-goal game, including a classy running major under pressure late in the first quarter. First-year colleague Josh Thomas also impressed, with 35 disposals, while Scott Pendlebury (37 disposals) also racked up the touches. The one sour note for the Magpies was an injury to Luke Ball, who was subbed out of the game at the start of the second half. The silver lining was that it gave veteran substitute Alan Didak the chance to play a full half in his first AFL game since round 11. That delighted the 41,198-strong crowd, who cheered each of his 15 touches, particularly his last-term goal. Magpies utility man Ben Reid said it was excellent to have Didak back in the side.


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Essendon Bombers out of 2013 AFL finals as punishment for supplements program

Essendon will not play in the 2013 finals and coach James Hird will be suspended for 12 months over the club's c o n t r o v e r s i a l supplements program. The AFL has also fined the Bombers $2 million and stripped the club of its first two draft picks for the 2013 and 2014 draft. Essendon football manager Danny Corcoran has been suspended for six-months, while assistant coach Mark Thompson has been fined $30,000. AFL chairman Mike Fitzsimmons said that club doctor Bruce Reid is contesting the charge of bringing the game into disrepute. Fitzsimmons said that Hird's suspension will be backdated to August 25, and he will not be able to work at any AFL club during the proceeding 12 months. Fitzsimmons said that the Bombers, who are currently placed seventh in the AFL premiership, will officially finish ninth for the season. "The club will forfeit its place in the 2013 AFL finals series," he said. "It will not play in the 2013 finals series, being deemed to have finished the 2013


premiership season in ninth position. "The club is prohibited from exercising at the 2013 and 2014 national drafts its round one and round two selections. "The Essendon football club in 2014 will be granted a selection at the end of round one at the national draft prior to any compensation selections otherwise awarded and under the rules." Essendon acknowledges 'experimental and inappropriate' program Fitzsimmons said Essendon had admitted to failing in its duty of care towards its player in delivering an "experimental, inappropriate, and inadequately vetted" supplements program. He also said that Essendon is unaware of whether the club administered players with prohibited substances. "The AFL acknowledges that neither the Essendon football club nor any of the individuals charged set out to implement a supplements program that would result in players being administered prohibited or potentially harmful substances," he said. However, the Essendon football club today acknowledged that it had established a supplements program which was experimental, inappropriate, and inadequately vetted and controlled. "And, in relation to that program, the club, firstly, failed to ensure it adequately protected the health and welfare and safety of the players. "Secondly, there was a risk that Essendon players couldn't have been administered substances prohibited by the AFL anti-doping code and the World

Anti-Doping Code and any such risk is an unacceptable risk. "Thirdly, the Essendon Football Club is now unable to determine whether the Essendon players were administered some substances prohibited by the AFL anti-doping code and the World Anti-Doping Code." Suspensions the result of tense negotiations Negotiations between the Bombers and league officials over punishments for the scandal had been ongoing over the past two days. The AFL had reportedly pressured the Bombers to accept the penalties on the table or risk heavier punishments. Former AFL official Adrian Anderson told 7.30 that any fine the club received would be the least of their worries. "The [penalty] that matters a lot to football clubs is draft picks they are the life blood of the future of a football club," he said. "The fine is the least significant here. We saw with Carlton the sanctions that they were meted out for salary cap breaches - the long-term effects that the loss of draft picks can have - and I think the fine is probably the least significant [penalty]." Thompson told Fox Footy on Monday night that it would be terrible for Essendon if Hird was suspended for a year. "If he was to lose 12 months it'd be disastrous," Thompson said. "He's a young coach who is learning his way and he didn't deliberately set out to do anything wrong. "I would think if the AFL knocked him out for 12 months, he would struggle to want to get back."

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