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Sport Claudio Ranieri says Leicester City won’t go back-to-back as EPL title celebrations begin

I’m positive and I want to fight.“I don’t want to sell anybody though, but of course if some players don’t want to stay with us because they are unhappy to continue with us, then I don’t want unhappy people.“We are looking to reinforce the team but with the same mentality, because this is my mentality and this is their mentality. Something strange could happen and Tottenham behind us pushed so well.“I want to say congratulations to them because they made a fantastic season.
NewsComAu
03/05
19 Points
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People Gigi Hadid’s super expensive and ridiculous Met Gala manicure

They also appeared in a steamy music video for Malik’s hit single, Pillow Talk.This article originally appeared in the New York Post.
NewsComAu
03/05
25 Points
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Sport Asian Champions League: Besart Berisha and Archie Thompson put Victory into last 16

ABC
03/05
19 Points
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Guru Morrison and the budget that's totally a plan

We have the Treasurer's assurance that lower-income families will benefit from changes to superannuation and the medium-term glow of job creation, but no tables. Mr Morrison went further."This isn't a budget," he explained. Updated May 03, 2016 22:14:06 Were we all in the budget lockup as part of some sort of fermented cactus-juice experiment in the desert. (Ideally, this role will be filled by old Border Force remnants from Guru Morrison's former life).
ABC
03/05
13 Points
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Money Australia cuts foreign aid budget further

ABC
03/05
10 Points
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Asian Champions League: Besart Berisha and Archie Thompson put Victory into last 16

ABC
03/05
10 Points
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US Navy SEAL killed in Islamic State attack in northern Iraq

ABC
03/05
28 Points
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Budget 2016: Superannuation shake-up to reduce high income tax breaks

Non-concessional contributions will also be subject to a lifetime cap of $500,000 from budget night, down from the current annual cap of $180,000, which will save the Government $550 million over the next four years. The two moves combined are expected to save a further $2.5 billion over the three years following their introduction on July 1 next year.
ABC
03/05
22 Points
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Fire destroys homes of about 2,000 people in Myanmar Rohingya camp

ABC
03/05
22 Points
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Money Arthur Fleischmann sculptures for sale after decades in storage

One of the sculptures from the Shapiro sale, Dawn, was later revised in this new medium. The story Arthur Fleischmann sculptures for sale after decades in storage first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald. Before he left for London in 1948 he asked a friend to place a series of bronze sculptures in storage until he could raise enough money to pay for shipping costs to England.That never happened. , born in 1896 in Bratislavia, had a fascinating life that included a decade spent in Sydney.
Leader
03/05
25 Points
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People Could meatballs made in a lab really taste like the real thing?

In August 2013, a team of Dutch scientists showed off their lab-grown burger (cost: $435,000) and even provided a taste test. "Stem cells are, in principle, capable of making omega-3 fatty acids. If we can tap into that machinery of the cell, then we could make healthier hamburgers," says Post, who is working on the fat content of lab-grown beef.Unfortunately, potentially carcinogenic compounds found would be harder to get rid of. Healthier omega-3 fatty acids could take its place.
The Age
03/05
42 Points
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