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Climate change hits Winter Olympic preparation

U.S. coach Mike Jankowski, who brought some of the snowboarders and freeskiers there after the Saas-Fee trip, said there are concerns that some of the big buildings, drilled into the permafrost ... 15 ... read more

Zawaski: Opportunity Abounds For Young Blackhawks

The optimist would tell you that a team with star talent like Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane, Duncan Keith and Niklas Hjalmarsson is as prepared as any to compete for the Stanley Cup ... take another st... read more

The World is coming!

This will be the biggest World Championship in history, as the field has grown from 38 to 46 countries since the 2014 Championship in Denver, and will be reduced moving forward with qualifiers for the ... read more

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Frequent Fliers Fantasy Camp

Soon, people slid down an emergency chute, inflated life vests and climbed into a raft. Mueller loved every minute of ... and hop across the country visiting the Meccas of the aviation world. The most ... read more


Qatar bought Britain: They own the Shard. They own the Olympic Village. And they don't care if their Lamborghinis get clamped when they shop at Harrods

If you walk into any Sainsbury’s across the UK ... to deliver towering monuments to its global ambitions in time for 2022 when everyone’s eyes will be upon it as it hosts the World Cup. Vast luxury ap... read more

Governments can no longer ignore climate change: UNFCCC Executive Secretary

How to translate that into action was now the question before us. To be able to transform societies and economies to low-carbon ones was an amazing challenge. To influence and to facilitate such an im... read more

The Battle for Africa's Oldest National Park

Already in decline from decades of mismanagement by previous wardens, Virunga had served for the past 14 years as a theater for what some scholars have termed Africa's World War—a ... have brought the ... read more

Behind the scenes of Victoria's deer cull

As a Victorian parliamentary committee prepares its report into the management of invasive animals on public land, we go bush with some of the hunters ... hope of restoring sensitive plant habitat for ... read more

Look for tree frogs in the Pine Barrens on June 16

The Pine Barrens Tree Frog Outing is part of New Jersey Conservation Foundation’s "Step Into Nature" series of walks, hikes and fun outdoor activities. For a full schedule, go to www.njconservation.or... read more

Help your kid befriend the math monster with these easy ways

Here are some simple strategies to teach math that could turn your little ones into mini mathematicians. Learning numbers and learning to count them is the fundamental step to learning math ... bottle... read more

77-km safety corridor for Main Central Road

The Main Central Road stretch has been selected for the safety project as the number of road accidents has been mounting even after the development of about 100 km of its southern course to world stan... read more

Regional nursing students use virtual reality to prepare for real-life clinical settings

But Dr Dickson hopes advanced pathways like online courses and the use of virtual reality not only increase the overall technical competence of those studying, but also go some way to filling the gap ... read more

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