No kiss for Ryder Cup star Fowler?

No kiss for Ryder Cup star Fowler?

“Proud to see our guys bring the trophy back home,” the US President wrote on Twitter. “Arnie is smiling down.” His message was supported by nine-time major winner Gary Player, a contemporary of Palmer as they helped grow golf internationally in the 1960s and ’70s. “No doubt this result is good for the Ryder Cup, good for the game of golf & fitting given Arnold Palmer’s passing,” the South African tweeted. Read: Tiger Woods – I want to be US captain Palmer played in six Ryder Cups from 1961-73 —…

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Greyhound taskforce boss' attempted resignation should be 'wake-up call': NSW Opposition

Greyhound taskforce boss' attempted resignation should be 'wake-up call': NSW Opposition

Updated October 04, 2016 09:42:13 The attempted resignation of the man tasked with planning the greyhound racing shutdown in New South Wales should act as a “wake-up call” for Premier Mike Baird, the state Opposition says. Dr John Keniry was appointed to head up the greyhound transition taskforce in July after the Baird Government announced that it would be banning the sport. The body was asked to consult with the greyhound racing industry and recommend an industry assistance package to help it wind down. But the ABC understands Dr Keniry…

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Bieber finally announces Aussie tour

Bieber finally announces Aussie tour

GUNS N’ Roses, Bruce Springsteen, Coldplay and … now Justin Bieber joins Australia’s superstar summer of stadium concerts. It was no secret Bieber would be bringing his Purpose shows to Australia in 2017 but there is some surprise was that he would be stepping up to stadiums on his third world tour. He has booked mostly indoor arenas throughout America and Europe since kicking off the tour in the US in March. Hopefully the bigger venues will satisfy the demand for tickets, with some young female fans hitting up the…

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Enthusiasm gap narrows after first debate, CNN poll finds

Enthusiasm gap narrows after first debate, CNN poll finds

The survey finds Clinton topping Trump 47% to 42% among likely voters with Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson at 7% and Green Party nominee Jill Stein at 2%. Clinton’s boost in the race stems largely from gains on Trump among men (from a 22-point deficit with that group in early September to just a 5-point one now) and sharply increased support from independents, who broke heavily in Trump’s favor in the early September poll but now tilt Clinton, 44% to 37%. Clinton has even gained somewhat among whites without college degrees,…

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