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Departing for greater heights

Even though Deportivo suffered the greatest loss ever in Champions League history (8-3 to Monaco) recently, they are still on track to glory, writes SHAUN ORANGE.

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Bring on the real thing

England coach Clive Woodward expressed a blunt but undeniable truth after 40 games and three weeks of World Cup rugby produced the quarter-final line-up any independent observer would have predicted before the tournament began.

Business

More distribution income expected from unit trusts

JUDGING from the improvement in the equity market, coupled with the rise in the volume of shares traded, investors can expect to reap more distribution income (dividends) for unit trust funds this year.

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Rugby’s poverty gap on display in mismatches

The worst fears of World Cup organisers have been realised after only five matches, with a series of crushing defeats for the tournament minnows highlighting the gulf between rugby's rich and poor.

Health

Suffer the children

The World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH), as part of its celebration of World Mental Health Day 2003 on Oct 10, attempts to increase public awareness of emotional and behavioural disorders in children and adolescents. These are some of the issues faced by us all.

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Woodward slams Aussies' blocking tactics

Clive Woodward has resurrected his campaign against what he considers Australia's illegal blocking tactics following the host nation's 24-8 victory over Argentina in the opening game of the World Cup on Friday.

Lifestyle

Ruud-y for glory

He has been called a cheat and a diver and a fortnight ago, he was the cause of a brawl between the Red Devils and the Gunners, but there#8217;s no question that Ruud van Nistelrooy does his job amazingly well, writes SHAUN ORANGE.

Business

Bouyant outlook for 4th quarter

After advancing for a solid one-and-a-half quarters, the question now is what is in store for the KLSE in the fourth quarter?Fund managers and analysts polled by I>StarBiz/Igenerally felt the CI would go up.They also made their favourite stock picks, which are not limited to just the high-flyers.

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Robson dismisses panic talk at struggling Newcastle

Newcastle United manager Sir Bobby Robson denied yesterday he would walk out on his struggling English Premiership side.

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Athletics winning the drug battle, says Radcliffe

Paula Radcliffe, the fastest woman marathon runner in history, says athletics is winning its battle against the drug cheats.