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Don’t be worried if you argue with your spouse every now and then. It generally means you care about the relationship, said Elisabeth J

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Watching the Australian Government try to navigate the difficult shoals of energy policy in the 21st century is like watching a ship adrift without a compass, or perhaps a map provided by the fossil fuel industry back in 1950. While major emitters in Europe, North America and Asia are setting out structured plans to transition their economies away from the dirty, polluting energy sources of the 19th and 20th centuries – coal, oil and gas – the Australian Government appears to be engaging in a debate that many thought would not still be underway in 2016

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Olivia Newton-John, 68, has remained cancer-free since her 1992 diagnosis of breast cancer, but she doesn’t attribute her health entirely to her partial mastectomy, chemotherapy and reconstruction. In the video above, Newton-John explains the importance of positive thinking, spending time doing what you love, and not defining yourself by your illness.  Pill to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

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Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews will issue an historic state apology in May for laws that once criminalised homosexuality. At a marriage equality march on Sunday, Mr Andrews said the apology would take place in parliament on May 24, acknowledging the ‘shameful’ legislation which prosecuted homosexuals for having consensual sex

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Why You Should Care About the Australian Open

18Ene

The Australian Open is one of the biggest tennis tournaments in the world. It’s ok, you’ve probably watched as many Aussie Open tennis matches as you have Home Alone movies without Macaulay Culkin. Don’t worry, you’re not alone.

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The ” unthinkable ” has happened: Former women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has been defeated.

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China’s Ambitions in Asia

13Nov

China’s assertiveness and outright projection of power in the South China Sea is only one component of its greater goal of domination in Asia. The Chinese have been busy creating a chain of artificial islands with military bases in the South China Sea to the consternation of, not only, the U.S., but other countries in the region.

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Where Have All the Soldiers Gone?

06Nov

I recently heard someone ask, “What’s the big deal about being a veteran?

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“I can’t say how grateful I am to the people who helped me, and I want to say to everyone else, get stuffed, because women can do anything and we can beat the world.

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Why Happy People Earn More Money

08Oct

By Cameron Huddleston, Columnist It’s generally assumed that greater wealth leads to happiness . In fact, several studies have tried to pinpoint the magic income level for happiness, including the oft-cited Princeton University study  published in 2010 that found that happiness rises as income rises up until you hit $75,000 a year — at which point happiness doesn’t improve as you earn more

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By Nancy Gould Chuda Founder and Editor-in Chief of LuxEcoLiving and co-founder of Healthy Child Healthy World Some call her Liv, others Livvy, and if you’re a close family friend and want to get her attention you say, OLIVIA . But to her fans and friends alike she is Olivia Newton-John, one of the most popular and talented singers in the world.

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How do you deal with nasty Internet commenters — haters, trolls and other anonymous, soul-crushing hobgoblins?

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This year’s Venice Film Festival (La Biennale di Venezia) shines the spotlight on romance. But it’s not about your typical, run of the mill love stories, more like passion with a twist. Whether it is a group’s love of mountain climbing, as in Everest , or the devotion child soldiers bestow on their commandant in Beasts of No Nation , or even a futuristic view of attraction as a virus in Equals , love always seems to come at a price here on the Lido.

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Kangaroos might seem all carefree and cute as they bounce around, but as this new video shows,  they definitely can have a bit of a spooky side .  The clip, posted on YouTube by bicyclist Ben Vezina, shows dozens of kangaroos standing around and staring at him in Hawkstowe Park , near Melbourne. “I’m going to be honest, I’m a little terrified,” Vezina says as he narrates his slow, haunting ride past the roos.  At least, it seems like he made it past them.  “I am Ben, and we certainly aren’t kangaroos,” the description on the YouTube video reads.

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Draw a picture of a time you’ve witnessed discrimination. Walk across this line if you agree with the ideals of feminism

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Wedding photographer Jonas Peterson has shot brides and grooms in all sorts of beautiful places around the world, but he says this recent wedding in Kenya might be the most spectacular of the bunch. “I didn’t know Africa would touch me so deeply,” the Melbourne-based photographer wrote on his blog . “It sung to me in a way I didn’t know possible, found new chords and played on strings I didn’t know I had inside me.” More…

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Before Bill Cosby took the stage at a sold-out theater in Melbourne, Florida on Friday night, he broke his silence on the recent sexual assault allegations .

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SYDNEY, Sept 12 (Reuters) – Australia raised its terror threat level to ‘high’ from ‘medium’ on Friday, saying there was an increased likelihood of a terrorist attack at home but stressed it had no knowledge of a specific attack plan. “Last night the director general of security raised the terror threat to high, consequently today the government is raising the public awareness level to high,” Prime Minister Tony Abbott said in a news conference in Melbourne. “I want to stress that this does not mean that a terror attack is imminent.

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A badly injured koala was brought back from the brink of death by rescuers who used mouth-to-mouth resuscitation in a dramatic scene that was caught on video and posted on YouTube . The koala, nicknamed Sean, was hit by a car on Wednesday, and then climbed to the top of a tree in Langwarrin, a suburb of Melbourne , on Thursday, according to reports

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SYDNEY (Reuters) – An Australian hospital apologized on Thursday after mistakenly sending out death notices for 200 of its – very much alive – patients. Austin Hospital, in Australia’s second most populous city of Melbourne, erroneously killed off the patients when it faxed death notices to their family doctors.

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José María Garrido | MEDIOTIEMPO (Corresponsal) Guadalajara, Jalisco, viernes 10 de Enero del 2014 “Mi objetivo no es estar por encima de ‘Checo’”, dijo el regiomontano. Su meta es consolidarse de forma constante en el Top Ten, e ir por podios. Los cambios en Fórmula 1 son una oportunidad Se asoma el inicio de la temporada 2014 en la Fórmula 1 para el próximo mes de marzo en Melbourne, y los objetivos del piloto regiomontano Esteban Gutiérrez están bien claros y establecidos.

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Juan Martín Montes | MEDIOTIEMPO (Enviado) San José, Costa Rica, miércoles 16 de Octubre del 2013 En el ránking FIFA, el Tri está 46 lugares arriba que los ‘kiwis’ En la historia sólo se han enfrentado tres veces Si la realidad es fiel a lo que dicen los papeles, la Selección Mexicana no deberá tener problemas en aceptar la etiqueta de favorito ante Nueva Zelanda, pero tras la Eliminatoria que tuvo el Tri en CONCACF, el margen de reduce. Después de amarrar el Repechaje con la ayuda de Estados Unidos, el Tri podrá ir pensando en el Campeón de Oceanía, la Confederación más débil del planeta, al que recibirá el próximo 14 de noviembre en el Estadio Azteca y visitará el día 20 de ese mes en la lejanísima ciudad de Wellington, capital del país ubicado al sureste de Australia

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Filed under: Fútbol , Fútbol Mexicano , Guadalajara John van’t Schip se encargó de confirmar las sospechas que ha despertado en el medio mexicano previo a su inminente llegada a Chivas: No tiene idea del lugar y el equipo al que llegará a dirigir.

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Filed under: Fútbol , Fútbol Mexicano México.- El ex internacional holandés John van’ t Schip fue designado como nuevo director técnico de Chivas de Guadalajara, de cara al Torneo Apertura 2012 del futbol mexicano. A través de un comunicado, el cuadro rojiblanco informó que la elección del nuevo estratega recayó en quien fue auxiliar de Marco van Basten en la “Oranje”. “La empresa responsable del Proyecto Deportivo de Chivas, encabezada por el Sr.

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José María Garrido | MEDIOTIEMPO (Corresponsal) Guadalajara, Jalisco, México, sábado 21 de Abril del 2012 El estratega ha dirigido al Twente y al Melbourne Heart Chivas ya tiene a su nuevo pastor: es europeo, viene de Holanda y tiene toda la confianza del Instituto Johan Cruyff para hacerse cargo del primer equipo. Su nombre: John Van’t Schip

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Filed under: Automovilismo El mexicano Sergio Pérez tuvo un buen inicio en los primeros entrenamientos oficiales para el arranque de la temporada 2012 de la Formula 1, al marcar el tercer mejor tiempo durante la segunda ronda de ensayos del Gran Premio de Australia, primera fecha del campeonato que se corre este domingo.

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Por Chris Lines Melbourne, Australia – Fernando Alonso afirmó el jueves que Ferrari espera pelear por el título de la Fórmula Uno esta temporada, aunque reconoció que la escudería italiana posiblemente tendrá problemas el fin de semana en el Gran Premio de Australia que ponche en marcha la campaña. Alonso dijo que el vehículo de este año aún no es un producto terminado, y que el equipo está detrás del nivel de Red Bull y McLaren en términos de desarrollo. Sin embargo, el piloto español señaló que los seguidores de Ferrari no deben tirar la toalla

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Filed under: Juegos Olimpicos Juegos Olimpicos Londres 2012 Fotos La reina Isabell II y su esposo el príncipe Felipe estarán en la ceremonia de inauguración de los Juegos Olímpicos de Londres 2012 , anunció el miércoles el Palacio de Buckingham. La pareja real presidirá la ceremonia inaugural de las justas, el 27 de julio, en el Estadio Olímpico de 80.000 asientos. Además, la reina inaugurará los Juegos Paralímpicos el 29 de agosto.

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Filed under: Tenis , Tenis Fotos Novak Djokovic vencio a Rafal Nadal * Revalida el título y vence a Nadal en séptima final seguida Melbourne, Australia.- En un histórico y maratónico partido, el serbio Novak Djokovic se consagró como el mejor tenista del mundo tras vencer al español Rafael Nadal y revalidar su título en el Abierto de Australia . Djokovic, número uno del mundo, venció al español por parciales de 5-7, 6-4, 6-2, 6-7 (5/7) y 7-5 para lograr su tercer Grand Slam consecutivo, el quinto en su carrera, en la final más larga de la historia de los “grandes”, la cual se definió en cinco horas y 53 minutos. Dos “guerreros” protagonizaron una inolvidable batalla en la Rod Laver Arena, donde el esfuerzo físico fue notable a lo largo de las cinco mangas, y aunque en la recta final las piernas no respondían a los tenistas, la entrega y el corazón los sacaron adelante

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Filed under: Tenis Melbourne, Australia – La bielorrusa y tercera preclasificada Victoria Azarenka venció 6-3, 6-0 a la rusa Maria Sharapova el sábado en la final en sencillos de rama femenina del Abierto de Australia para llevarse el título y apoderarse del primer lugar del ranking mundial.

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