Morgan

20 May 19
Gippsland Footy

Have a look at a Round 6 review of the North Gippsland FNL

20 May 19
UKAMAs

‘ This time this year we really felt the vim in these two, the hard work has been outstanding over the past years and they’ve started this season year with a bang on this joint. The video was shot in Ghana… check it out and leave your comments below..! #UKAfroMusic Mista Silva begins the new […]

20 May 19
Journey - A Voyant Blog

The American Securities Association is one more player in the tug-of-war between states reigniting the fiduciary rule and broker-dealer opposition.

20 May 19
Fortune

Disruption is sweeping the car industry.

20 May 19
San Marcos Scoop

Welcome to another episode of the Inside Scoop, the podcast aimed at bringing you analysis of all the biggest headlines in San Marcos government. On this week’s show, Exsar and Scott discussed a contentious rezoning of three lots at McGehee Street tackled by the Planning & Zoning Commission, the upcoming city council housing workshop, the […]

20 May 19
WalkerAndShelbyAtTheMovies

Fantastic Suprise, Is An Excellent Film. RT Score: 95% IMDb Score: 7.8/10 (PG) 8/10 Stars The Lego Movie is filled with originality wit, heart, and infectious adventure. Yes, I know a movie titled “The Lego Movie” sounds like a gimmicky toy commercial, but it’s actually so much more than that. The movie stars Chris Pratt as Emmett a young lego […]

20 May 19
thegrammarnazi

A Review A Song of Fire and Ice. Did it live up to its name? Truthfully, I’m probably not the best person to comment on that – I stopped watching about 3/4 of the way through whatever season it was that Ramsay met his maker and didn’t come back to it until recently. I do […]

20 May 19
The Extraordinary Ordinary

Do not let your adorning be external—the braiding of hair and the putting on of gold jewelry, or the clothing you wear— but let your adorning be the hidden person of the heart with the imperishable beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which in God’s sight is very precious. 1 Peter 3:3-4, ESV Many women […]

20 May 19
talkSPORT
Steve Harmison would leave bowler David Willey out of his squad for the Cricket World Cup – but it would be with a heavy heart. England name their 15-man squad for the tournament on Tuesday morning and Harmison says the selectors face a ‘ridiculous’ decision. They have a plethora of quality seam bowlers to choose from and the emergence of Jofra Archer means someone is likely to miss out. Harmison explains why, for him, it would be Willey. Willie could miss out on playing in the World Cup “I wouldn’t like to say. It’s a ridiculous decision,” the former England star told talkSPORT. “It’s like having Manchester City’s squad. If you’ve got 20 fit players, how do you get them into an 18-man FA Cup final squad? “I personally would go without David Willey, which is harsh because I think he’s done really well for England. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST SPORT NEWS” posts_category=”9692″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] “But I think Jofra Archer has to be in the squad and I think David Willey – what he gives you up front – England have those bases covered. “Chris Woakes got a five-wicket haul yesterday, Mark Wood and Jofra Archer have extra pace. I think they just shade it. “It will be so harsh on David because he’s done brilliantly for England. But you can only take 15.” Archer looks set to be picked just weeks after qualifying for England selection England are genuine favourites as they get ready to host the tournament, which begins on May 30 when Eoin Morgan’s side take on South Africa at The Oval. Their preparations couldn’t have gone better, with yesterday’s 54-run victory over Pakistan sealing a 4-0 series whitewash. And Harmison says the only thing stopping them from a first ever World Cup triumph is themselves. England beat Pakistan 4-0 in their warm-up series “The biggest danger to England would possibly be themselves, when they think they’ve done enough,” he added. “The way this side is led by Morgan and Bayliss, they’re pretty switched on. They’re ruthless when they get into winning positions. “India will be superb, I think Australia will be a force and my outside bet would be New Zealand. I think that might be the semi-final four [including England].” England have never won the World Cup but Harmison believes this could be their best chance yet The former fast bowler also reckons we could see record-breaking totals at the World Cup. England currently boast the highest-ever ODI total – 481 against Australia at Trent Bridge last summer – and Harmison believes someone will post 500 sooner or later. “I don’t think it’s a case of whether they can score 400. Can somebody score 500 at this World Cup?” said Harmison. “I think somebody could. The grounds are small. There are two or three games at Taunton. “You’ll see a lot of scores of 400s. Will we see 500? I’m not sure, but we’re not far off.”
20 May 19
Rhetoric Blog

An event that has forever changed my view was the 2012 trial of George Zimmerman vs The State of Florida. At the time of this event I was an 11 year old girl; a brown girl, innocent and unbeknownst to the cruelty of the world around me. What I was about to witness was new […]

20 May 19
The John Linney

I’m of a generation that were teenagers before social media existed. I didn’t really think of radio, tv and the newspapers as media. I know they were and are but media wasn’t a word used down my way. I relied upon the television, radio and newspapers to tell me about new music, art, literature. Actually, […]

20 May 19
The Australian

Australia’s largest electricity utilities face mixed prospects under the re-elected Coalition government amid predictions of ongoing regulatory uncertainty and volatile wholesale power prices.

20 May 19
The Australian

Scott Morrison’s stunning election win delivered a $33 billion sharemarket surge, marking the second biggest post-poll jump in three decades as investors bet on a property market recovery, a stronger business environment and resurgent household spending spurred by tax cuts.