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Fires: Athens Under Siege

  • August 24th, 2009
  • Posted by EUEditor

grteek-fires-09-1-alarabonline.jpgWild fires breaking out on the weekend brought Northern suburbs of the Greek capital under threat. … Read More »

Cricket: Lots of “Jerusalem”

  • August 24th, 2009
  • Posted by EUEditor

flintoff-andrew-reduced.jpgEngland’s victory in the final cricket test at the Oval, London, left no room for doubt their series victory was well deserved. … Read More »

Cricket: Bring On The Decider

  • August 9th, 2009
  • Posted by EUEditor

oval-london.jpgTwo dangerous cricket teams are going on to a decider at The Oval (19.8.09; picture), after the Australian win at Headingly — bringing the Ashes series so far to one win each, and two draws. … Read More »

The New Music From Mozart

  • August 9th, 2009
  • Posted by EUEditor

mozart-new-music-reduced.jpgAn audience of journalists was treated to a performance, in Salzburg (2.8.09), of two recently discovered pieces by Wolfgang Mozart, as a young child. … Read More »

Goodbye To Sam

  • August 8th, 2009
  • Posted by EUEditor

koala-love-high-res2.jpgSam the koala lovingly saved by David Tree during the Victorian bushfires early this year, has had to be put down due to illness. After recovering from her burns at a wildlife shelter the four year-old female koala developed an inoperable health condition linked to chlamydia. The Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, said the image of deliverance had been symbolic of the way Australians showed they would cope. Reference: EUAustralia, EU bushfires message (17.2.09); Worst bushfires in world history (17.2.09), also 11.2.09, 1.3.09, 5.3.09. Picture: AAP

Australia Celebrates – A Draw

  • August 4th, 2009
  • Posted by EUEditor

clarke-michael-dpykfamiliesorg.jpgAfter a full day’s play lost to rain, the two cricket test sides are musing over how they each might have won the third Test at Edgbaston, Birmingham (3.8.09).

England’s first innings lead (all out for 376 versus Australia 263) came to nothing thanks to the 185-run partnership of Australians Marcus North (96) and Michael Clarke (picture) (103 not-out). … Read More »