REVIEW | Midseason Senior Review (Wollongong Wolves Football Club)
(Source: Wollongong Wolves Football Club) The season is flying by ever so quickly and this week we take a look at the halfway point for our Senior teams. There have been some high and low points for our Seniors so far this season but there is nothing brighter then the foreseeable for our Seniors and the club. This year is the clubs 36th year in the footballing world and this week we travel to the Hensley Athletic Field to take on Hakoah Sydney City East FC for Heritage Round. FIRST GRADE - PL...

Mainfreight Financial Result for the Twelve Months to March 2016 (Mainfreight Limited)
(Source: Mainfreight Limited) Mainfreight is pleased to announce another year of record results to 31 March 2016. Full year net profit after tax and before abnormal items was $88.18 million; an increase of 5.6% over the previous year. Sales revenue for the year...

Abe seeks stimulus for world economy
World leaders will also be preoccupied with Brexit and geopolitical tensions ......

Opportunity or threat — the China dilemma
Beijing is conspicuous by its absence from the Group of Seven meeting ......

11 states sue over Obama's school transgender directive
Texas and 10 other states are suing the Obama administration over its directive to U.S. public schools to let transgender students use the bathrooms and locker rooms that match their gender identity. The ...

One Of China’s Richest Men Vows To Crush Disney In China
Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin says his company is aiming the crush Disney’s profit ambitions in China over the next 10 to 20 years. Walt Disney Co.’s forthcoming Shanghai resort will represent a huge investment for the multinational entertainment and media conglomerate, and its first resort on the Chinese mainland. Now, it seems Wang’s Dalian Wanda Group plans to open a theme park as a direct challenge to Disney’s shiny new $5.5 billion Shanghai Disney resort, set t...

Police outnumber protesters outside Trump California rally
By Emily Stephenson, Steve Gorman and Ginger Gibson ANAHEIM, Calif. (Reuters) - Protesters at a rally in Southern California held by Donald Trump on Wednesday carried signs saying "Stop Nazi Trump" and "Make America Hate Again," as a large police presence stood by a day after a Trump event in New Mexico erupted into chaos. Police outnumbered the 100 demonstrators outside the convention center where Trump, who is the presumptive Republican nominee in the Nov. 8 presidential...

Self-doubt, Cultural Barriers Hinder Cambodian Women in Tech
Despite the growth of Cambodia’s fledgling tech sector, few women have joined the field. Longtime Cambodian tech observer Sok Sikieng says although more women are joining the industry, discriminatory barriers persist. A lecturer of information technology at the Royal University of Phnom Penh who was recently appointed "Technovation Ambassador" by Iridescent, an international non-profit education group that links mentors to students, Sikieng, 29, told the Hello VOA (Khmer) radio program last w...

EESL Distributes LED Bulbs Under “UJALA” in the Range of Rs. 75-95 across 16 States (25-May 2016) (Ministry of Power of the Republic of India)
(Source: Ministry of Power of the Republic of India) The LED bulbs under Government of India' sUnnat Jyoti by Affordable LEDs for All (UJALA)scheme are being distributed across 16 States in the country in the price range of Rs 75- 95. The project, executed by Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), under the administration of Ministry of Power, procures high quality LED bulbs from leading manufacturers through a transparent bidding process. In the latest round of procurement, which ended o...

Fatal vehicle crash in Northland (New Zealand Police)
(Source: New Zealand Police) At 1.20am this morning, Police attended a fatal single-vehicle crash on State Highway 10 about 300 metres north of the Puketona Road intersection. A vehicle...

Appendix 3B and Cleansing Notice (Volt Resources Ltd)
(Source: Volt Resources Ltd) Appendix 3B and Cleansing Notice pdf Volt...

European-UAE Human Rights Working Group holds sixth meeting (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates)
(Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates) The European-UAE Human Rights Working Group held its sixth meeting in Abu Dhabi. The UAE side was headed by H.E. Amna Al Muhairi, Director of Human Rights...

Three injured after home invasion - Maroubra (NSW Police Force)
(Source: NSW Police Force) Latest Media Releases Three injured after home invasion - Maroubra Thursday, 26 May 2016 05:42:32 AM Inquiries are continuing after three people were injured after two males forced their way into a home at Maroubra today (Thursday 26 May 2016). About 2.40am, police were called to...

Citigroup fined $425m for rate rigging
Bank knew trader Tom Hayes tried to manipulate market at former employer

What to Know About the New Taliban Commander After US Drone Strike
Mawlawi Haibatullah Akhundzada, previously the deputy to Mansur, will take command of the extremist group, according to a Taliban spokesperson. The group released a photo of Akhundzada with the announcement. Just hours after Akhundzada’s leadership was announced, the Taliban claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing of a minivan in Kabul, which killed at least 10 people.

World leaders gather in Japan ahead of G7
Heads of state and government from Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Canada and host Japan are preparing to meet for the G7 meeting amid tight security. 

First Quarter 2016 IMS; April 2016 Revenue Report (Thunderbird Resorts Inc)
(Source: Thunderbird Resorts Inc) 40999cff-b3e1-4595-a806-5320ced05999.pdf FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MAY 24, 2016‌‌‌ FIRST QUARTER 2016 INTERIM MANAGEMENT STATEMENT APRIL 2016 REVENUE REPORT Thunderbird Resorts Inc. ("Thunderbird" or "Group") (Euronext: TBIRD and FSE: 4TR) announces its interim results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2016. Group Overview for First Quarter 2016 Performance Under our Stated Goals1 In the Letter from the CEO in our 2015 Annual Report, the G...

Deputy Director General Nikolai Spasskiy made a working trip to India (State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM)
(Source: State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM) 25.05.2016 21:53 | Communications Department of ROSATOM Deputy Director General for International Relations of ROSATOM Nikolai Spasskiy made May 22-24 a working trip to India. Nikolai Spasskiy paid a...

April 2016 Revenue Report – Analysis (Thunderbird Resorts Inc)
(Source: Thunderbird Resorts Inc) cfbbcfbb-c640-4fd7-8574-2c0cd293f7a6.pdf APRIL 2016 REVENUE REPORT - ANALYSIS Group revenue for April 2016 vs. April 2015. Thunderbird Resorts Inc. - Group-wide sales results by country - (unaudited, in millions) (1) April 2016 April 2015 Year-over-year increase/(decrease)...

Financial Reporting is updated. (Cybernet Systems Co Ltd)
(Source: Cybernet Systems Co Ltd) This section contains our financial disclosures for each fiscal year. FY2016(Year ending December 31, 2016) Millions of Yen 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Net sales 4,036 Gross profit 1,808 Operating income 318 Ordinary income 329 Net income 155 Net income per share-basic (yen) 4.99 Total assets 19,159 Net assets 13,374 Capital ratio (%) 69.5 Cash flows from operating activities 272 Cash flows from investing activities 132 Cash flows from financing activities (216) Cash and cas...

Information caravan following disappearance of Keith Foggin (Victoria Police)
(Source: Victoria Police) Missing Persons Squad detectives are today setting up an information caravan as the investigation into the disappearance of 47-year-old Keith Foggin continues. The Toolleen man was reported missing on 1 October after his daughter had not heard from him in more than a week. Keith normally maintains regular phone contact with his daughter and...

Open Training - WA (Essendon Football Club)
(Source: Essendon Football Club) Don't miss the chance to catch the Bombers in action as they go through their final paces before the match against Fremantle....

RADCOM Closes Public Offering of Ordinary Shares Over-Allotment Option Exercised in Full (Radcom Ltd)
(Source: Radcom Ltd) Tel Aviv, Israel - May 25, 2016 - RADCOM Ltd. (NASDAQ: RDCM), a leading provider of NFV-ready service assurance and customer experience management solutions for Communications Service Providers (CSPs), announced the closing of its previously announced underwritten public offering of 2,090,909 ordinary shares, including shares issued pursuant to the underwriters' over-allotment option, at an offering price of $11.00 per share. Gross...

From Mt Isa to the MCG (Essendon Football Club)
(Source: Essendon Football Club) For a town of 22,000 people, Mt Isa has punched above its weight when it comes to producing sporting talent. Greg Norman, Pat Rafter and Simon Black were all born in the mining town. Courtenay Dempsey also spent the early years of his life there before he moved to Cairns. Like many young Australians his weekends were filled with sport. Athletics, rugby league and later Aussie Rules ensured he was kept active and his parents were kept busy. 'It was very full on...

Obama moves to soothe Japanese anger over death in Okinawa
US President Barack Obama on Wednesday sought to ease Japanese anger over the death of a woman in Okinawa, expressing his "deepest regrets" and saying his country would cooperate in the prosecution of an American arrested over the crime.

Taiwan's female leader is 'extreme' because she's single, China says
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Selling out? No, the Baltic Exchange is truly global
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Obama says G7 Hiroshima trip to honour all war dead
Barack Obama's historic visit to Hiroshima this week "will honour all those who were lost in World War II" the US president said on Wednesday, hours after arriving in Japan for a Group of Seven summit.

UN Lifts Last of Liberia Sanctions
The U.N. Security Council has lifted the last international sanctions against Liberia. The council has been progressively terminating the targeted measures that were imposed at the end of Liberia's civil war in 2003. In 2009, a ban on timber exports, which along with diamonds had helped finance the conflict, was lifted. In September, the council ended a travel ban and asset freeze on designated individuals and entities.  On Wednesday, it took the final step, unanimously voting...

Russian banker in spy case gets 2½ years in US prison
NEW YORK (AP) — A Russian banker who pleaded guilty to conspiracy in what the government portrayed as a Cold War-style spy ring was sentenced Wednesday to 2½ years in a U.S. prison.

Cambodian Authorities Attempt to Interrupt Drive to Release Kem Sokha Five
The effort to get King Norodom Sihamoni to release the rights workers and an election official nabbed in the government's case against the opposition party leader runs into turbulence.

US productivity breaks three decades of rises
Prospect of wage stagnation boosts fear of populist backlash

Shandong into Asian Champions League last 8 after 2-2 draw
SYDNEY (AP) — A long-range strike in the 90th minute from substitute Hao Junmin gave Shandong Luneng a 2-2 draw with Sydney FC, putting the Chinese side into the Asian Champions League quarterfinals on away goals.

Obama's arms deals trip up his Asia pivot - Sacramento Bee
U.S. News & World Report Obama's arms deals trip up his Asia pivot Sacramento Bee And earlier this week, on the first stop of his Asia tour, he ratcheted up the arms race in the region by lifting a 40-year ban on U.S. weapons sales to Vietnam. It deepens America's relationship with a country where 58,000 U.S. service members died in ... Obama's Last Chance for Asia U.S. News & World Report Obama, Perhaps Slyly, Calls Attention to Vietnam's Brain Drain New York Times all 200 ne...

New Chief Is 'Ideal' Taliban Leader, Analyst Says
The Taliban’s new chief, Mawlawi Haibatullah Akhundzada, has a reputation as a respected religious scholar with the title "sheikh-ul-hadith," a specialist in interpreting the words of Mohammad, the prophet of Islam. He enjoyed the esteem and trust of the Taliban’s founding leader, Mullah Omar, who turned to him for a final say on important and potentially sensitive edicts and fatwas, according to Thomas Ruttig of the Afghanistan Analysts Network. Haibatullah also comes from a very strong trib...

Netanyahu signs coalition deal, names far-right Lieberman defense chief
By Jeffrey Heller JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his choice for defense minister, ultranationalist Avigdor Lieberman, signed a coalition agreement on Wednesday and issued assurances that the most right wing government in Israel's history would act responsibly. Once Lieberman is sworn in, Netanyahu will have a government of 66 legislators, widening his current one-seat majority in the 120-member parliament, a goal the Israeli leader has said he has sought sinc...

Exxon investors back powers over board
‘Watershed’ vote comes as oil group faces growing pressure on climate change position

NASA's yearlong spaceman still has sore feet, fatigue
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Chance to help shape GRDC investment activities (GRDC - Grains Research and Development Corporation)
(Source: GRDC - Grains Research and Development Corporation) Growers are invited to attend a series of GRDC open RCSN meetings being held across the grainbelt this winter. This winter, all Western Australian grain growers are invited to have a say on Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) investment activities through a series of meetings being held throughout the grainbelt. The GRDC's 'open Regional Cropping Solutions...

First Lady Erdoğan Inaugurates African Culture House (Presidency of the Republic of Turkey)
(Source: Presidency of the Republic of Turkey) Delivering an address at the inauguration ceremony of African Culture House and Handicrafts Market, First Lady Erdoğan said: 'African Culture House is an expression of our sensitivity about women's problems without any discrimination of religion, language or race, and an indication of our fraternity.' African Culture House and Handicrafts Market, a project coordinated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and run under the auspices of First Lady Emi...

Deliberately lit bushfire - Cessnock (NSW Police Force)
(Source: NSW Police Force) Latest Media Releases Deliberately lit bushfire - Cessnock Thursday, 26 May 2016 04:28:31 AM Police are appealing for public assistance after a suspicious bush fire in the Hunter Valley this morning. About 2.30am (Thursday 26...

Research fine-tunes canola disease guidelines (GRDC - Grains Research and Development Corporation)
(Source: GRDC - Grains Research and Development Corporation) Western Australian trials are fine-tuning management practices to enable canola growers to best manage costly diseases such as blackleg and sclerotinia. On the back of good autumn rains across much of the State's grainbelt this year, Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) researcher Ravjit Khangura recommends close monitoring of canola crops so that risk factors are noted as the season unfolds. Dr Khangura leads WA canola diseas...

Police conduct further compliance audit following fatal crash - Joint Traffic Task Force (NSW Police Force)
(Source: NSW Police Force) Latest Media Releases Police conduct further compliance audit following fatal crash - Joint Traffic Task Force Thursday, 26 May 2016 04:41:24 AM Traffic & Highway Patrol Officers, together with Roads and Maritime Services inspectors, conducted a compliance audit at a distribution company at Girraween yesterday. The distribution company was allegedly involved in a...

Myanmar Government to Return Seized Land to Farmers in Sagaing Region
The Burma Socialist Programme Party confiscated nearly 4,000 acres of land in Tant-Se township more than 35 years ago to use for a farm project.

Least Developed Countries Still Face Significant Challenges
Since establishing the category of Least Developed Countries (LDCs) in 1971, the United Nations together with the international community have worked hand in hand to support the most vulnerable members of the family of nations. Despite three successive Programmes of Action and notwithstanding the positive developments recorded by LDCs over the years, most of these […]

Violence erupts in close-call zones
Kolkata: Chief minister Mamata Banerjee minced no words when she called on all parties to end violence. Even on Wednesday she stressed that syndicates and violence have no place in the party. But it appears certain pockets in the city, mosly areas that witnessed pitched battles in the pre-poll and post-poll days, have not learnt the lesson. Flashpoints New Town, Behala and Beliaghata witnessed unprecedented violence on Tuesday night. Why this spurt in violence despite such a convincing victor...

Belgium detains 4 IS suspects who may have planned attacks
BRUSSELS (AP) — Belgian prosecutors said Wednesday they have detained four suspected Islamic State group recruiters, who they said may have planned new attacks in the country. The suspects were charged with...

Oops! Trump campaign sends email seeking dirt to reporter instead of adviser
Politico obtained an email from Trump campaign adviser Michael Caputo to the Republican National Committee asking a researcher to provide information on the Whitewater real estate scandal, and the email came to light when Trump campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks responded instead to Politico reporter Marc Caputo — no relation.

Bangladeshi Police Dismiss Claim That ISIS Was Behind Shop Owner’s Death
The police have arrested a former customer of the victim, a Hindu shoe store owner, but an account linked to Islamic militants claimed responsibility for the death.

GOP senators attack top Democrat for defense bill delay
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Republican senator angrily denounced the Senate's top Democrat Wednesday for delaying debate on defense policy legislation, calling Minority Leader Harry Reid's leadership "cancerous" and accusing him of holding up the $602 billion bill to preserve his "sad, sorry legacy."

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