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- 'News in brief (holdthefrontpage.co.uk)Former News of the World journalist turned PR man Kizzi Nkwocha is planning a shake-up of how the media buys its exclusives - with the world's first story auction site.
- 'ProStroke Golf: World Tour 2007 News (Total Video Games)ProStroke Golf - World Tour 2007 will raise players' expectations of what a sport game can be, featuring 8 international players such as Sergio Garcia, Colin Montgomerie and Justin Rose and 18 different courses including the Brabazon at the De Vere Belfry and Lake Nona in Florida.
- 'All Rugby News (scrum.com)This page covers all rugby and tournament news from around the world. Wallabies confident after promising start to the year 05 Jul 2006 Wallabies captain George Gregan today said his team are feeling confident ahead of the Tri-Nations rugby test against the All Blacks here at Jade Stadium on Saturday night.
- 'Courier News Online - Mike Lopresti: Time to root for new kid Portugal in World Cup (Bridgewater Courier News)Is there still room on the Portugal bandwagon? Sign me up. The World Cup is into the semifinals, and clearly one small nation needs our support. Germany lost Tuesday despite a huge home-field advantage. Italy has tradition. France won in 1998, and some of the partiers still haven't gotten home yet.
- 'UN says failed WTO talks bad news for world's poor (Reuters via Yahoo! News) The failure of weekend talks on a long-sought World Trade Organization (WTO) trade deal was "bad news" for poor countries, a senior United Nations official said on Monday.
- 'All Rugby News (scrum.com)This page covers all rugby and tournament news from around the world. Muliaina sets his sights on middle ground 05 Jul 2006 Fighting to keep his adrenaline in check, new All Blacks centre Mils Muliaina says he will chase a solid rather than spectacular performance in the Tri-Nations rugby test against Australia at Jade Stadium here on Saturday night.
- 'Nation/world briefs (The Arizona Republic)National and world business news briefs.
- 'World Economy Grows, Water Stocks Boil Over (Investor's Business Daily via Yahoo! News) Commodity prices have had an impressive run. But it hasn't been just oil and metals that have soared in price. Companies that supply another commodity, water, are also enjoying good times, thanks to growing world demand.
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