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02/21/2019 - 05:43

Korean coaches 'stole tens of thousands' from 'Garlic Girls' curlers

South Korea's "Garlic Girls" curling team were exploited by their coaches who stole tens of thousands of dollars of prize money from the Olympic medal-winners, the sports ministry said Thursday.

Korean coaches 'stole tens of thousands' from 'Garlic Girls' curlers

South Korea's "Garlic Girls" curling team were exploited by their coaches who stole tens of thousands of dollars of prize money from the Olympic medal-winners, the sports ministry said Thursday.

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02/21/2019 - 05:43

Korean coaches 'stole tens of thousands' from 'Garlic Girls' curlers

South Korea's "Garlic Girls" curling team were exploited by their coaches who stole tens of thousands of dollars of prize money from the Olympic medal-winners, the sports ministry said Thursday.

Korean coaches 'stole tens of thousands' from 'Garlic Girls' curlers

South Korea's "Garlic Girls" curling team were exploited by their coaches who stole tens of thousands of dollars of prize money from the Olympic medal-winners, the sports ministry said Thursday.


02/21/2019 - 04:46

Weighty issues, Nonu no-go and Beale's back: Super Rugby talking points

Five talking points ahead of Super Rugby's second round of matches this weekend:

Weighty issues, Nonu no-go and Beale's back: Super Rugby talking points

Five talking points ahead of Super Rugby's second round of matches this weekend:


02/21/2019 - 04:42

Review ruled out into sacking of Australia women's coach

Australian football chiefs Thursday ruled out any review into the controversial sacking of national women's coach Alen Stajcic, as his successor Ante Milicic said the team must move on with the World Cup looming.

Review ruled out into sacking of Australia women's coach

Australian football chiefs Thursday ruled out any review into the controversial sacking of national women's coach Alen Stajcic, as his successor Ante Milicic said the team must move on with the World Cup looming.


02/21/2019 - 02:37

Four-time Masters champ Woods 'ramping up' for Augusta

Tiger Woods, who counts four Masters titles among his 14 majors, has been laying plans for Augusta National in April ever since October.

Four-time Masters champ Woods 'ramping up' for Augusta

Tiger Woods, who counts four Masters titles among his 14 majors, has been laying plans for Augusta National in April ever since October.


02/21/2019 - 01:12

Rebels skipper Haylett-Petty signs on for two more years

Newly-appointed Melbourne Rebels skipper Dane Haylett-Petty has signed a contract extension to remain with the Super Rugby team until the end of 2021, resisting overseas offers.

Rebels skipper Haylett-Petty signs on for two more years

Newly-appointed Melbourne Rebels skipper Dane Haylett-Petty has signed a contract extension to remain with the Super Rugby team until the end of 2021, resisting overseas offers.

02/21/2019 - 09:44

Pop rockers The 1975 win big at Brits

Pop rockers The 1975 stole the show at British pop music's annual celebration on Wednesday, winning the coveted Best Album Brit award, with US singer Pink also honoured.

Pop rockers The 1975 win big at Brits

Pop rockers The 1975 stole the show at British pop music's annual celebration on Wednesday, winning the coveted Best Album Brit award, with US singer Pink also honoured.


02/21/2019 - 09:20

Pageant-mad Philippines welcomes home Miss Universe

The beauty pageant-mad Philippines welcomed home freshly crowned Miss Universe Catriona Gray on Thursday with a parade through the capital that drew thousands of screeching fans held back by police.

Pageant-mad Philippines welcomes home Miss Universe

The beauty pageant-mad Philippines welcomed home freshly crowned Miss Universe Catriona Gray on Thursday with a parade through the capital that drew thousands of screeching fans held back by police.


02/21/2019 - 04:04

'Roma' star's unlikely road from mountains of Mexico to Hollywood

Yalitza Aparicio once was a newly qualified pre-school teacher living in a dusty mountain town in Mexico.

'Roma' star's unlikely road from mountains of Mexico to Hollywood

Yalitza Aparicio once was a newly qualified pre-school teacher living in a dusty mountain town in Mexico.


02/21/2019 - 03:53

Oscars chef cooks up a storm for the big night

They will nibble on Oscar-shaped flatbreads topped with smoked salmon and caviar, sip French champagne and sink their teeth into tiny chocolate Oscar statuettes.

Oscars chef cooks up a storm for the big night

They will nibble on Oscar-shaped flatbreads topped with smoked salmon and caviar, sip French champagne and sink their teeth into tiny chocolate Oscar statuettes.


02/21/2019 - 03:49

Chicago police charge US actor with filing false report of assault

US police on Wednesday charged a TV actor with lying to authorities about being the victim of a racist and homophobic attack on the streets of Chicago.

Chicago police charge US actor with filing false report of assault

US police on Wednesday charged a TV actor with lying to authorities about being the victim of a racist and homophobic attack on the streets of Chicago.

02/21/2019 - 05:57

Vanuatu to give disposable diapers the flush

The Pacific nation of Vanuatu has announced plans to ban disposable diapers in a move it says will significantly reduce pollution.

Vanuatu to give disposable diapers the flush

The Pacific nation of Vanuatu has announced plans to ban disposable diapers in a move it says will significantly reduce pollution.


02/21/2019 - 04:05

Sharks reel in fans in Eastern Mediterranean winter waters

The wind was blowing, clouds blocked the sun and the sea was choppy and cold, but Hagai Mayer and his two friends didn't care. They wanted to see the sharks.

Sharks reel in fans in Eastern Mediterranean winter waters

The wind was blowing, clouds blocked the sun and the sea was choppy and cold, but Hagai Mayer and his two friends didn't care. They wanted to see the sharks.


02/20/2019 - 17:36

Glencore vows to cap coal output as profits tumble

Mining giant Glencore pledged Wednesday to limit coal production and instead prioritise investment in other commodities as part of a move towards cleaner energy and transportation.

Glencore vows to cap coal output as profits tumble

Mining giant Glencore pledged Wednesday to limit coal production and instead prioritise investment in other commodities as part of a move towards cleaner energy and transportation.


02/20/2019 - 17:24

Swedish teen leaves adults trailing with global school strikes for climate

"Strike for climate". With that simple plea, 16-year-old Swede Greta Thunberg has inspired children worldwide to boycott classes under the anxious gaze of adults who don't quite know how to react.

Swedish teen leaves adults trailing with global school strikes for climate

"Strike for climate". With that simple plea, 16-year-old Swede Greta Thunberg has inspired children worldwide to boycott classes under the anxious gaze of adults who don't quite know how to react.


02/20/2019 - 12:46

Iceland sets whaling quotas despite falling profits

Iceland has set new quotas for its controversial minke and fin whale hunt for the next five years despite declining profits recently, a decision bound to anger environmentalists.

Iceland sets whaling quotas despite falling profits

Iceland has set new quotas for its controversial minke and fin whale hunt for the next five years despite declining profits recently, a decision bound to anger environmentalists.