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    Wales to honour Speed against Costa Rica

    AFP, Published on 28/02/2012

    » Wales are set for an emotionally charged friendly when they take the field against Costa Rica on Wednesday for the first time since the death of manager Gary Speed.


    Palmer set for Wasps return

    AFP, Published on 14/02/2012

    » England lock Tom Palmer is to return to London Wasps next season on a two-year deal, the Premiership side said Monday.


    N. Zealand win T20 as Zimbabwe end tour winless

    AFP, Published on 14/02/2012

    » New Zealand secured a dramatic five-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in the final Twenty20 international Tuesday to condemn the visitors to a winless tour.

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    Ask Yourself: Do i feel plucky?

    B Magazine, Published on 19/02/2012

    » Peng Ratchaworapong admits his ukulele obsession has gotten the better of him. ''I probably own about 16 now,'' he says. ''But they are so small and so cute right? They don't take up much space. Think about it like a woman and her shoes.''

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    Hills alive with the sound of music

    B Magazine, Ezra Kyrill Erker, Published on 19/02/2012

    » In a corner of Loei province so remote that the only mobile phone reception comes from Laos, robust opera arias and piano arpeggios ring out. It's not what you'd expect to hear in this typically tranquil spot near Pak Chom along the Mekong, but with the 11th Agalin music camp under way, the sounds of nature give way to those of the classics.


    Is it 'Alien' or 'Avatar' in Kaeng Krachan?

    Spectrum, Supara Janchitfah, Published on 19/02/2012

    » Last July the mysterious crashes of three military helicopters in the space of a couple of weeks riveted the country's focus on Kaeng Krachan National Park, the nation's largest in Phetchaburi province. Much less attention was given to another dramatic series of events around the same time affecting ethnic Karen-Thai inside the park. These culminated in raids by park officials in which a total of 90 of their homes and rice barns were burned down. The ethnic Karen and their advocates say the National Parks, Wildlife and Plants Conservation Department is conducting a campaign to drive them out of the park.


    Please leave the handcuffs at home

    Sports, Nobby Piles, Published on 18/02/2012

    » When Nobby watched Reading at Elm Park as a kid back in pre-historic times, a few minutes before the final whistle, over the tannoy would come the stern message: "Please don't run on the pitch after the match."


    Quake-weary Christchurch still on edge, one year on

    AFP, Published on 20/02/2012

    » Christchurch residents have been living on their nerves for more than 12 months amid constant aftershocks, afraid that next tremor could be another "big one", repeating the disaster that ripped their lives apart a year ago.

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    Boom Room

    Guru, Published on 02/03/2012

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    A putrid air of stupidity

    News, Published on 03/03/2012

    » It's a case of too little too late...and a continued front of incompetence. Villages, inner-city homes, wats and rice fields are still burning on a daily basis in Chiang Mai.

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