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Strategist Arthur Finkelstein pioneered polling practices

Arthur Finkelstein, a reclusive political Svengali who revolutionized campaign polling and financing and helped elect a bevy of conservative candidates, including President Ronald Reagan and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, died Friday night in Ipswich, Massachusetts, where he lived. He was 72.

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Politics: Has corruption swallowed the soul of Kenyan media?

Hours after the results of the presidential elections were announced, when the police were on their brutalisation spree, a certain group of Kenyans started complaining about local media. Their collective grouse was that local journalists were not reporting what innocent Kenyans were going through at....

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Living life by the book

Asaf Pirali has been a pioneer in private tertiary education in T&T for more than three decades. In fact, through his efforts and desire to offer an educational experience that would be internationally recognised, many have been able to accomplish their academic dreams .

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Higher Level for Berbice artistes

Skeldon’s Dan City Recording pushes Berbice music industry By Ravena Gildharie IN an industry fraught with stiff competition and where support and opportunities are limited, a group of musicians in the Ancient County of Berbice have teamed up and are rallying around a Line Path, Skeldon-based studio....

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Pappy Waldorf was OSU's greatest coach

As spring 1932 approached, Oklahoma A&M people grew alarmed. Great Depression budget cuts had crippled the university, and there was talk that football coach Lynn Waldorf might be enticed away to the University of Oklahoma. Dean C.H. McElroy, head of the athletic cabinet, said, “It would set us back....

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Tales from the Coffeeshop: Born-again Nik praying for Cyprob resurrection

“REFUGEES in Cyprus at 272,000” boasted the headline on the Phil website the other day, informing its visitors that, according to the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC), “for Cyprus the number of the displaced in 2016 came to 272,000.” It was not just the number of tourists visiting Kyproulla that hit record highs in 2016.

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Living proof love is the right medicine

Retired gynecologist Dr. Eldon Lee often referred to as the "father of modern obstetrics in northern British Columbia" delivered more than 10,000 babies in his 32 years of medical practice. Sixty-five years ago, he married Marjorie Cartmell, the love of his life; he has always recognized the major....

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Looking back at our past

Compiled from The Daily Advertiser by the Wagga Wagga & District Historical Society. 25 YEARS AGO. Chairman of the Wagga Community Standards Association said the association was holding a street stall in Baylis Street to build support for its bid to declare Wagga a pornography-free zone.

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The King Is Dead—Long Live What’s His Name

Maybe I’m getting ahead of myself. The corporation that runs Graceland, Elvis’ Memphis home that’s now a tourist site, claims that 500,000 people still pour through the doors each year. His record company still pumps out deluxe repackagings of his catalog. Sirius radio has a channel dedicated solely to Elvis.

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Trucks set on fire in southern Chile as tensions rise over Mapuche land claims

Local authorities said the 18 trucks which were used to transport food had been set on fire in the early hours of Saturday morning at a parking lot near the southern city of Temuco. The governor of the Araucania region, Nora Barrientos, told local radio that evidence gathered at the scene linked the....

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Trucks set on fire in southern Chile as tensions rise over Mapuche land claims

Local authorities said the 18 trucks which were used to transport food had been set on fire in the early hours of Saturday morning at a parking lot near the southern city of Temuco. The governor of the Araucania region, Nora Barrientos, told local radio that evidence gathered at the scene linked the....

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