World News

Clinton: Senator Timothy M Kaine as running mate
United States

“Kaine was a longtime favorite to become Clinton’s running mate, however, in part because of the political and personal attributes she considers well-suited to the governing partnership she seeks — and in part because of the calculation that the experience of a Clinton-Kaine ticket would outgun Trump’s outsider bombast”

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Munich shooting: ‘Gunman targeted children’
Germany

“An 18-year-old German man opened fire in a crowded Munich shopping mall and a nearby McDonald’s killing nine people and wounding 16 others before killing himself, the chief of police in the Bavarian capital said on Saturday”

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MH370 pilot tracked route on home-simulator
AustraliaChinaMalaysia

‘We found a flight path, that lead to the Southern Indian Ocean, among the numerous other flight paths charted on the flight simulator, that could be of interest’, the document said, according to New York magazine’

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Voting begins on next UN Secretary-General
United Nations

“The race to succeed Ban Ki-moon moved up a gear on Thursday, as voting began to decide who will be chosen as the next Secretary-General of the United Nations”

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Commercial

The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years
Commercial Reviews

Academy Award®-winner Ron Howard’s authorised and highly-anticipated documentary feature film about The Beatles’ phenomenal early career The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years has set its World Premiere Date in London’s Leicester Square, September 15th, 2016

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$35.2 Million upgrade of Her Majesty’s Theatre announced
Commercial Reviews

The State Government is providing $32 million and the Adelaide Festival Centre will raise the remaining $3.2 million through other sources and fundraising efforts. Planning on the project will start immediately and it should be complete by late 2019

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Life Style: Arts, Food, Travel, Entertainment

Ladies in Black to tour nationally in early 2017
Performance Arts

The critically acclaimed show features over 20 original songs written by Tim Finn and a stunning range of some 30 custom-designed and created dresses and suits

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Cabaret Festival 2016: Sven Ratzke – Starman
Festival

In Starman, Ratzke pays homage to the music and writing of the great David Bowie. But this is no ordinary tribute. Ratzke is an enthralling and entertaining storyteller who takes us on a captivating journey around the planet and eventually to the stars.

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British Foreign Office updates travel advice on Iran
Travel

Meanwhile, the FCO’s new advice clearly reiterates that Iran does not recognise dual nationality, thus depriving such citizens of consular access while in custody. It also says that subsequent judicial process in Iran ‘falls below international standards’

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Lisa Fischer and Baton reviewed by Mike Harrison
Festival

The prodigious and astounding talents of Lisa Fischer’s vocals enthralled and amazed at yesterday’s Adelaide Cabaret performance. Listening to her blistering, soaring and soulful singing was an out-of-body experience

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Finance

The Panama Papers: A region-by-region report
Finance

The effects of the leaks are not evenly spread; the documents contained far more information about the offshore activities of individuals in the developing world than in the developed world

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Yuan joining IMF basket of currencies in October 2016
Finance

Continuing market turbulence will also test Beijing’s tolerance of the yuan’s volatility and provide evidence of its competence in handling the economy

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Medical and Health

Eating more fruit n veg reduces breast cancer risk
Medical and Health

Findings, published in the journal BMJ, showed that high fruit consumption during adolescence was associated with a roughly 25 percent lower risk of breast cancer diagnosed in middle age. Also, greater consumption of apple, bananas and grapes during adolescence

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Brown fat deposits play role in blood sugar levels
Health

Participants with larger brown fat deposits showed less fluctuation in blood glucose, and their blood glucose levels dropped after a surge in brown fat activity. Those with less brown fat had larger fluctuations in blood sugar

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Science, Technology and Space

New iPhone will feature glass casing with metal frame
Technology

“Breaking down the radical shift, Horng said using a glass chassis would prove expensive and that Catcher requires ‘advanced processing technology’ to pull it off. He also explained that the chassis would need to be reinforced by a metal frame”

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The latterday Mark Zuckerberg on display
Social Media

“As I look around and I travel around the world, I’m starting to see people and nations turning inward, against this idea of a connected world and a global community. I hear fearful voices calling for building walls and distancing people they label as others”

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Other Categories

Trump and a 50-year-old mystery
International Crime

I am a Kennedy assassination buff; I own the Warren Commission report and books arguing one side or the other of the conspiracy controversy. (For the record, I think Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone)

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‘Widespread Russia doping regime’
Sport

Russia’s ministry of sport covered up positive doping results by Olympic athletes for years in both Summer and Winter Olympic sports, the investigation found, and Russian intelligence agents participated in an elaborate covert scheme at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi

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