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World - New Zealand PM sceptical on America`s Cup funding


New Zealand Prime Minister John Key expressed doubts on Monday about pouring more public funds into an America`s Cup challenge, casting doubt on the future of Team New Zealand. Key said that made it hard to justify giving further taxpayer funds to Team New Zealand, with the government`s contribution to the syndicate`s coffers currently standing at about NZ$41 million ($32 million). In the 2013 final in San Francisco, Team NZ blew an 8-1 lead to lose 9-8 against Oracle Team USA in what has been described as one of the greatest chokes in sporting history. Team NZ have been one of the leading contenders in the America`s Cup in recent decades, winning in 1995 and 2000, then losing the final in three of the four regattas since.


Monday, April 20, 2015  06:19

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Top Stories - An Oklahoma City legacy: Closing Pennsylvania Avenue


Security officials closed the street in 1995 because of concerns about truck bombs.


Sunday, April 19, 2015  15:06

USATODAY

Top Stories - Tom Brokaw: Lessons from 20 years of Oklahoma healing


In the aftermath of the 1995 terrorist attack, the state chose to rebuild and remember.


Friday, April 17, 2015  13:57

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Sports - NBA sets regular-season attendance record


The NBA set a record for regular-season attendance in the just-concluded 2014-15 campaign, drawing a total of 21.9 million fans, the league announced on Thursday. The average attendance per game was 17,826, on average arenas were 94 percent full and 700 games were sell-outs -- all records. The 21,926,548 fans attending games during the regular season that concluded on Wednesday eclipsed the previous record of 21,841,480 set in 2006-07 and surpassing last year`s total of 21,392,721 by more than 500,000 fans. The 2.4 percent increase over last year`s attendance is the highest year-over-year percentage jump since the 1995-96 season.


Thursday, April 16, 2015  18:42

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World - Book links Bradford City chairman to other fires


The former chairman of English football club Bradford City, where 56 people died in a 1985 stadium fire, can be linked to eight other blazes, a new book claims. Stafford Heginbotham, who died in 1995, was chairman of Bradford on the day the timber main stand at their Valley Parade ground burned down during a third-tier match against Lincoln City, claiming 56 lives. Martin Fletcher, who fled the fire, which killed his brother, father, uncle and grandfather, alleges in a book that other buildings owned by or associated with Heginbotham had burnt down prior to the disaster. `Could any man really be as unlucky as Heginbotham had been?` Fletcher asks in the book, 56 - The Story of the Bradford Fire, which was serialised by The Guardian on Wednesday.


Wednesday, April 15, 2015  17:10


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