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  • Lifetimes
    WATERLOO — When Gina DeCicco arrived in Kitchener from Naples, Italy, in 1967 with her husband, Ciro, and their children Andrew, Maria, Cristina and Jenny, she must have felt very alone.
    What she had left behind was everything she knew: parents, nine younger siblings, friends and home...

  • THE TIGER ROARS AGAIN
    ATLANTA — Tiger Woods, in his Sunday red shirt, both arms raised in victory on the 18th green.
    For so many years, the scene was familiar.
    This time, it was surreal. “I can’t believe I pulled this off,” Woods said Sunday during the trophy presentation at the...

  • BACK FROM THE BRINK
    If anybody has a reason to complain, it’s Danielle Kane.
    A bullet from killer Faisal Hussain’s gun hit the left side of her upper body and shattered part of her spine, leaving her a paraplegic.
    She spent 11 days in a medically induced coma while surgeons performed medical procedures, including the fusing of two of her vertebrae...

  • A second woman has accused U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct
    The Senate Judiciary Committee has scheduled a hearing on Thursday for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, a woman who says he sexually assaulted her as a teenager, as a claim of sexual misconduct emerged from another woman.
    The...

  • Gélinas inducted into Promenade
    One of the highest honours for members of Cornwall’ s Franco phone community, induction into the Promenade d’honneur, was given out at the Cornwall Civic Complex on Friday evening.
    The annual ceremony is usually held in front of Le Monument de la francophonie...

  • The problematic context of a college’s soup bar.
    ‘My theory is the empty stomach is an empty mind.” That was Feed It Forward executive chef Jagger Gordon’s comment to the Toronto Star Thursday, in conversation about Humber College’s new “pay-what-you-can” soup bar. The soup bar is designed to address student hunger by feeding about 900 students a day for free, or whatever the students can afford to chip in...

  • A second woman has accused U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct
    The Senate Judiciary Committee has scheduled a hearing on Thursday for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, a woman who says he sexually assaulted her as a teenager, as a claim of sexual misconduct emerged from another woman.
    The...

  • Bodyguard finale: the verdict of Lucy Mangan
    Bodyguard BBC One ★★★☆☆
    The loose ends have all been tied up, perhaps overly quickly, but there was much more to the BBC’s biggest drama for years than its ending, writes Lucy Mangan
    In the end, Jed Mercurio provided the biggest twist of all: none. And you could only applaud his nerve....

  • Cabinet now backs Canada Brexit deal
    A MAJORITY of the Cabinet now supports moving towards a Canadastyle trade deal with the EU following the outright rejection of Theresa May’s Chequers plan, the Prime Minister will be told today.
    Mrs May will be urged to rethink her approach to the Brexit negotiations by favouring a free trade agreement that would represent the “clean Brexit” that Leave supporters voted for....

  • COPS ARREST XOLOBENI LAWYER
    Top advocate Richard Spoor was arrested – but later released on warning – on Sunday for allegedly inciting violence.
    Police used batons and stun grenades to disperse about 500 pro- and anti-mining demonstrators at a chaotic meeting in Xolobeni in Mbizana.
    Scores...

  • Boks lucky charm for Kings
    Rassie Erasmus and his Springbok squad proved to be good luck charms when they made a surprise visit to watch the Isuzu Southern Kings pull off a stunning 38-28 upset win over the Glasgow Warriors in Port Elizabeth at the weekend.
    And Bok captain Siya Kolisi...

  • WHAT THE JURY DIDN’T HEAR
    THREE witnesses in the Martinez and Barnett double murder trial were accused of withholding evidence to protect the accused men after suffering “memory problems”.
    One was even accused of sleeping with a defendant as payment for drugs.
    Another, accused of wanting...

  • DRUG TWIST IN BERRY SAGA
    AS THOUSANDS of people around the state rallied to support struggling strawberry growers over the weekend it was revealed the owner of one business at the centre of the needle scare was a convicted drug trafficker.
    Fairfax media broke the story that Donnybrook Berries, just south of the Coast at Elimbah, is owned by Pasquale “Pat” Cufari from Mildura....

  • Reel feel: First look inside new city cinema
    From arriving at the top of the escalator, it’s clear Christchurch’s new ‘‘flagship’’ Hoyts EntX cinema is like nothing the city has seen before.
    The central city cinema is getting the finishing touches on a multimillion-dollar hitech fitout before opening day on Thursday...

  • Jarrod Gilbert
    Massey has recently made an interesting decision. Instead of being a university, it has decided to be a joke.
    Setting the scene for the madness to come, Massey vice-chancellor Jan Thomas wrote a piece for the paper that was weak on free speech. Except she didn’t write it, somebody else did and she put her name to it. But that is the least of her problems....

  • CAMPER COUPLE ASSAULT RANGER
    A NATIONAL park ranger was allegedly assaulted yesterday morning in a Byron Bay car park by a Queensland couple after he slapped their campervan with a parking fine.
    The NSW National Parks and Wildlife officer had arrived at Tallow Beach car park just after 6am....

  • Cancer patient denied chemotherapy because of risks where he lives
    A cancer patient living in subsidized housing has been told he can’t receive chemotherapy because his living conditions pose a risk to his recovery.
    Terry Willis, 50, has a rare type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, a cancer that starts in white blood cells called lymphocytes....

  • DES CAHILL: MY LIFE, MONEY AND MARTY
    WE constantly hear about the virtue of gratitude — they say realising how lucky you are can lead to a happier life.
    Des Cahill isn’t so sure. Too many times he has been left wondering why he had such a good run of it when some in his family didn’t.
    In his new...

  • Will Safa or PSL get red card?
    ● The battle for the soul of South African football is on the brink of becoming a fullblown war after it emerged that the South African Football Association (Safa) has sent a letter to Fifa’s Zurich headquarters and reported the Premier Soccer League (PSL) to the sport’s governing body....

  • Mystery as Zuma ducks out to Doha
    ● Former president Jacob Zuma sneaked out of SA this week for a mysterious meeting in Doha with the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani.
    So hush-hush was the trip that neither the presidency, the department of international relations and co-operation (Dirco) nor the South African embassy in Doha were informed about it, as protocol dictates....