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When Jardine asked Larwood to 'stare down' Bradman during 'Bod...

Former England cricketer Harold Larwood, who was the main component of the 'bodyline' bowling style, has said that his captain Douglas Jardine asked him to stand at short cover point and just stare at Sir Don Bradman despite being seriously injured. Larwood ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Canberra Times

Corporates complain of unfair treatment

Corporate bookmakers feel they are being exposed to a Harold Larwood, bodyline-style attack by the new betting minimums imposed justifiably by Racing NSW. Changing the bowlers, gently underarming to TAB fixed-odds outlets by comparison, is a bleat ...
 Canberra Times16 hours ago Corporate bookmakers complain new betting rules treat them unfairly  WA Today1 week ago
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Melbourne Age

Exporting the desperate; out of sight ... and mind

The reports by president of the Australian Human Rights Commission Gillian Triggs and paediatrician Elizabeth Elliott of the appalling conditions on Christmas Island underline how terribly people must be suffering on Nauru and Manus, where there ...
 Melbourne Age3 days ago
Melbourne Age

Tenpin bowler recalls her Games dream

Cara Honeychurch has won gold in 60 per cent of events ever contested in her sport at the Commonwealth Games. That's no typo. Honeychurch scooped the pool, claiming gold in the women's singles, women's doubles and the mixed doubles of the tenpin ...
 Melbourne Age3 days ago
BBC

The Analyst: What makes a great captain?

In the latest of his series, BBC Sport cricket analyst Simon Hughes looks at what it takes to be a great captain, and why Alastair Cook is "too nice". This England-India Test series already seems to have boiled down to a captaincy duel between ...
 BBC5 days ago

DCHS exhibit highlights work of Superior's frontier photographer

July 24 --It was an age when the camera was larger than a toaster oven. Images were captured on 8-by-10 inch cut glass, and the chemicals used to process those images -- like cyanide -- were deadly. "Photographers did die just trying to process ...
 HispanicBusiness.com5 days ago
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Metro Canada

Use-of-force report recommends body-worn cameras for Toronto police

Justice Frank Iacobucci's recommendation that Toronto police wear body-worn cameras to ensure greater accountability and transparency for all concerned follows a number of reports that suggest police adopt the measure. The Toronto Police Service ...
 Metro Canada6 days ago Mental health experts have high expectations for police use-of-force report  Metro Canada1 week ago Advocates find a chasm in Toronto police mental health training  Metro Canada1 month ago Police training triggering decisions to shoot, lawyer says  Metro Canada1 month ago

7 Wonders of South Australia winners: Magical moments

When looking for the 7 Wonders of South Australia 'magical moments', we wanted to identify those key moments in our history where we have stepped up. We asked our listeners to choose the magic moments that made them proud. Their responses ...
 ABC Online1 week ago

Our gentlemen at Lord's

It was in 1932, India's debut year in international cricket, that the team first played at Lord's. Led by CK Nayudu, the team had acquitted themselves well from the start of the tour. In the unofficial match against the MCC (Marylbone Cricket Club) ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

India's Lord's victory shouldn't give any false sense of achievement

India's victory over England should rank as high as the team's recent triumph against Bangladesh, if not less. Bangladesh, however, may have reasons to complain they were a much better side than England at the Lord's. India winning in England, and ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Indias Lords victory shouldnt give any false sense of achievement  Hindustan Times1 week ago
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