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Women’s magazine opts for bold non-Nicole cover
[Edition 71] The radical decision breaks the magazine’s run of 172 consecutive editions featuring Kidman on its cover, dating back
Chopper Read launches stage career: breaks a leg before every show
[Edition 71] “There’s a lot of audience participation in our show,” Read said. “We always particularly enjoy the part where
HK designer unveils summer range of SARS masks
[Edition 72] “They really are the ‘must-have’ accessory this summer,” said influential fashion editor Wendy Yu. “It’s important for today’s
Risque cocktail names trouble Christian barmaid
[Edition 70] MELBOURNE: A local barmaid has called for a host of cocktails, including such as Hard Ons, Sex on
Saddam double fears typecasting
[Edition 70] BAGHDAD, Wednesday: With all the talk of civilian casualties and the possible ecological disaster were Iraq’s oil fields
War to guarantee regime change in Iraq, Britain
[Edition 70] LONDON, Monday: Prime Minister Blair has sought to bolster support for the war against Iraq by guaranteeing regime
Reporter exposes airport security loophole by blowing up 747
The 'News of the World' reporter's attempts to breach Britain's airport security proved a complete success
Busker revamps performance with ‘No-Repeat Workday’
[Edition 69] ADELAIDE, Wednesday: There were shake-ups in the busking industry this week after acoustic guitar player Jimmy Wilson, based
Woolworths CEO denied bonus after company posts profit
[Edition 68] SYDNEY, Thursday: Woolworths chief executive Roger Corbett was devastated today to report an 18.3% rise in profit under
James Murdoch new favourite to ruin Rupert’s empire
[Edition 78] With his recent elevation to being head of BSkyB, James Murdoch has become the new favourite to take