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‘A really special lady’: emotions high as Diamonds farewell Alexander

Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander has walked away from the game she helped cement as a major player on Australia's sporting landscape after coaching the national side for the final time. There were emotional scenes at the end of Sunday's bushfire charity game, with Caitlin Thwaites reduced to tears afterwards while talking about Alexander's exit after eight years at the helm. Outgoing Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander and Caitlin Thwaites embrace after Australia’s 66-53 win over the Super Netball All Stars.Credit:AAP "She […]

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A new Android wearable is coming, but it’s not the Pixel Watch you were hoping for

Android purists have been longing for a Pixel Watch for some time now. The idea of Google – the creator of the Wear OS platform leveraged by most other Android wearables out there – creating its own wearable is incredibly tantalising. But while we’ve heard rumours of an impending Pixel Watch launch for almost two-years now, nothing has yet to materialise at any Google hardware events. Why are fans so eager for an Android smartwatch you ask? Well, primarily because […]

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Jon Moxley is AEW’s new face as Revolution misses being great

Jon Moxley took the next step in his rise to the top of the wrestling world. The former WWE star, who left the company last April, pinned Chris Jericho to become the All Elite Wrestling world champion at the Revolution pay-per-view in Chicago on Saturday night. It ended a show that was less about amazing wrestling and more about AEW proving no bit of storytelling is too small not to include and continuing to build its younger stars. An excess […]

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Your Pisces Monthly Horoscope for March

Put these dates in your Google Cal rn: The first few weeks of the month are an amazing time for you to celebrate your amazing psychic abilities—and (perhaps most importantly) your solar return. Happy birthday, Pisces! While others are having a rough time navigating through Pisces’ choppy waters, you’re inspired by ethereal energy. I mean, let’s be honest: You’re happiest at the intersection of fantasy and reality. This is your season, so go ahead and dream big, mermaid babe! The […]

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The real secret signal that can tell us Kate Middleton is expecting a fourth baby

A body language expert told Express.co.uk the signals that can tell Britons if Kate is expecting a fourth baby. Judi James reveals that while Kate’s body language can be confusing, there is one clear sign that reveals the Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant. And, it is not touching her stomach. READ MORE Kate Middleton HORROR: What Kate really thought of Lindo Wing walk Judi James sat down with Express.co.uk to reveal all on Kate’s pregnancy habits. “I don’t think I’ve […]

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Simon Rimmer health: Sunday Brunch host reveals the reason he had throat surgery

Simon Rimmer is the wise-cracking chef and co-host of Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch, a show he’s hosted with Tim Lovejoy since 2012. During a live broadcast of the show back in January, Tim teased his co-host by asking: “Can we have a voice update? When are we going to get your voice back?” Tim was alluding to Simon’s croaky voice, which had been giving him jip for weeks. READ MORE Simon Cowell health: X Factor star on his health realisation […]

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Why Paul McCartney Took Over the 'Sgt. Pepper' Guitar Solo From George Harrison

Early on, George Harrison realized he wasn’t guaranteed the guitar solo on every song The Beatles recorded. In late 1964, while the band was laying down “I’ll Follow the Sun,” George had to campaign to get the lead part on the Paul McCartney track. Geoff Emerick, the engineer on most of the Fab Four’s best recordings, recalled George walking into the control booth at Abbey Road studios to demand he get the solo on that song. “I am supposed to […]

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Sisqo Reveals Why He Left Dru Hill For a Solo Career

Dru Hill was one of the most successful R&B groups of the 90s. The group consisted of four members: Sisqo, Woody, Nokio and Jazz. The Baltimore natives burst onto the scene and were famous for their ability to mix R&B with hip hop. Their four-part harmony was both raw and fresh, but things came to an abrupt halt when they were at the top of their game after Sisqo left for his own solo career.  Why Sisqo left Dru Hill […]

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How the Violent Femmes bassist found himself playing Paganini

“If they want me to play, why would I say no to that? Being surrounded by some of the best musicians in the whole country.” About eight years ago, Violent Femmes bassist Brian Ritchie got an unexpected call – from Richard Tognetti, artistic director of the Australian Chamber Orchestra. The Australian Chamber Orchestra’s Brian Ritchie and principal violin Satu Vanska.Credit:Louie Douvis Tognetti was taking the ACO’S experimental electro-acoustic band ACO Underground to a festival in Slovenia and wanted Ritchie to […]

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Reggie Jackson remains benchmark for all NY free agents

TAMPA — The reactions are always the same, and they are always amusing. When Reggie Jackson mixes with the fans, the first thing they say is this: “I always thought he was bigger than that.” Well, he was. Larger than life is larger than life. It’s hard fix a size for that. In his prime he was 6-feet tall, he weighed 195 pounds, and if he made contact with one of your fastballs the way he was capable of, that […]

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