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OCS penalty is it fair? Being deemed on course side at the start will ruin your whole day, if not your season. A clear understanding of the rule is important for competitors and race officers are able to help them avoid this predicament.
Saturday dawns under a beautiful cloudless sky. By 10 am a light north-east breeze is already wafting down the Harbour. You take breakfast at the club. The crew arrives early and makes a few minor adjustments. Your Sydney 42 Twin Sister is now 12 months old, tuned, tested and race proven. It has been performing … Continue reading OCS penalty is it fair? Being deemed on course side at the start will ruin your whole day, if not your season. A clear understanding of the rule is important for competitors and race officers are able to help them avoid this predicament. →
For as long as men have been at each other’s throats they have been taking hostages. Although these days the standard response of most governments is that they do not negotiate with terrorists (the primary party responsible for international hostage scenarios in the world today), it doesn’t stop those with agendas from trying to twist … Continue reading 25 Most Intense Hostage Situations Ever →
ROUGH RIDE FOR LEGEND OF THE TURF; Pat Eddery has endured a troubled personal life but has had a fine year as a trainer and, as he tells Brough Scott, is ready for the challenges to come: 'Pat's happy now. We just need people to realise how well he trains'.
IDING will be the easy bit. RWhen Pat Eddery returns to the saddle as the greatest of all the ‘legends’ in the Leger Legends charity race at Doncaster on Wednesday he will look much the same as the superstar who closed out his 36-season, 4,632-winner British career with a slightly anti-climactic third on the Sir … Continue reading ROUGH RIDE FOR LEGEND OF THE TURF; Pat Eddery has endured a troubled personal life but has had a fine year as a trainer and, as he tells Brough Scott, is ready for the challenges to come: 'Pat's happy now. We just need people to realise how well he trains'. →
In recent times, there have been extraordinary events that put a pause on routine and threw our country into animated conversation but they have mostly been about bad news – 9/11, the invasion of Iraq and most recently the Wall Street bailout. The election was neither bad news nor a distraction like a celebrity meltdown, … Continue reading Healthcare Reform… What About Us? →
Skilled Migration “Skilled Migration” – What is it? Migration means to move or travel. Skilled Migration? Simple!!!! It means your contribution of work plays a vital role in the economic development of a country. Simply saying – Adding to the Economy. Now let us go for a small journey about the General Skilled Migration to … Continue reading Latest Changes in General Skilled Migration For Australia →
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Some camps have a targeted focus like religious study, academics, and competitive sports. Camps often focus on specialties that include: adventure, art, computer, dance, music, religion, horse riding, sports, theatre, and many others. There are overnight summer camps with a focus on self-improvement, weight loss and grief counseling. Basically, if you can think of any … Continue reading Helpful Information About Overnight Summer Camps →
ASTLEY (Forest Hall). Peacefully after a short illness on 22nd July, aged 99 years, Mary, a beloved wife of the late Robert (Bob), a devoted and much loved mam of Paul, Terrence, Adrian and Kathryn and a loving mother in law of Rose, Brenda, Kathleen and Andrew, also a much loved grandma and great grandma … Continue reading DEATHS. →