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Di Patston case continues to haunt Wallabies on tour of Europe

The Wallabies will be hoping a third straight win under new coach Michael Cheika, in Paris on Sunday morning Australian time, will finally put the Di Patston case behind them.  The Australian Rugby Union declared the case officially closed on October 30, but even in Europe the Australian players have been forced to defend themselves against charges of sexism.

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Di Patston case continues to haunt Wallabies on tour of Europe

City pop-up shops hope holiday season isn't very 'ugly'

Ugly sweaters, yarn-bombed statues, gospel choirs, free parking, pop-up shops and caroling contests — those are a few of Mayor Charlie Hales' favorite things, for the holidays at least. Dressed in festive “ugly sweaters” to mark the theme of this year's holiday campaign, Hales joined other city and downtown business …

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City pop-up shops hope holiday season isn't very 'ugly'

“Ugly Sweater” Artists Hit Portland Icons

Downtown Portland is dressed up for the holidays —are you?  Come do your holiday shopping downtown and enjoy some monumental attire around Pioneer Courthouse Square. Otters in stripes? Check. Deer with beanies? Check. Beavers with candy canes and tail-warming sweaters? Check and check. Beginning Thursday, November 13, some of downtown’s most iconic sculptures will don their holiday finery for …

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“Ugly Sweater” Artists Hit Portland Icons

Turkey frees 12 radicals after 'ugly' attack on US sailors

Turkey on Thursday freed without questioning or charges 12 radical nationalist protesters who attacked three US sailors in the centre of Istanbul in an assault that alarmed the American military. Several dozen members of Turkiye Genclik Birligi (Turkish Youth Union/TGB) attacked the visiting US sailors on Wednesday afternoon while their vessel the USS Ross was moored in the centre of Istanbul on …

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