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People of Osaka Give 300 Cherry Blossom Trees for Planting In Karangasem Regency Bali
The Bali Daily (Jakarta Post) reports that The Japan Sakura Exchange Association has given 300 Japanese Sakura cherry blossom trees to the regency of Karangasem in Bali. The gift from the Japanese city of Osaka will be planted in Rendang village. The Japanese donors assure that the cherry blossom trees will thrive in the soil and climatic condition of Rendang due to modifications in the trees introduced by Japanese horticulturalists. The Japanese cherry blossom is of the genus Prunus serrulata, more commonly known in Japan as sakura. The trees are cultivated for their rich floral displays that resemble pink clouds and last little more than a week. While the blooming of the cherry blossom normally heralds the dawn of


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spring, it remains to be seen when the trees introduced to Bali will come into their annual bloom. Mori Kazusika, chairman of The Japan Sakura Exchange Associaiton, presented the 300 trees to the regent of Karangasem I Wayan Geredeg. Geredg express thanks on behalf of the people of Karangasem, saying he hope the gift would mark the beginning of increasingly strong feelings of affection between the people of his regency and the citizens of Osaka.


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Reptile Rescue
72 Confiscated Crocodiles Moved to the Safety of Bali's Taman Safari and Marine Park After being closed by Bali animal welfare officers for having no operating license, 72 crocodiles at the Reptil Jaya Park in Mengwi have been moved to a safer home at the Ta m a n S a f a r i Indonesia Park in Gianyar in a threeday operation. m reports that the Bali Natural R e s o u r c e Conservation Agency (BKSDA) were assisted by the police in the careful transfer of the 72 reptiles and four fertile crocodile eggs to the modern facilities provided by Taman Safari Indonesia. In addition to not holding permits for the care of rare and endangered species, conservation officials were shocked by the poor and dangerous condition of the enclosures and care provided at Reptil Jaya Park. Sumarsono, a section head at BKSDA Bali told We moved all of the reptiles to a new location that is both adequate and safe. Suitable and safe for both the that could send him to prison for five years and incur a fine of Rp. 100 million (US$10,400). As reported earlier by, police and conservation officials raided the Reptil Jaya Park in Mengwi when they officially seized the 72 crocodiles living at the facility. Prior to that raid, the BKSDA sent two warning letters calling for the facility to obtain the needed permits. Among the crocodiles seized at the Park were a number of rare saltwater crocodiles considered among the largest crocodile species, and New Guinea crocodiles. Officials also confiscated endangered false gharials (Gavialis gangeticus) freshwater crocodiles on the endangered reptile list.

Kuta is nestled between Jl. Bakungsari to the south and Jl. Melasti to the north. Kuta is the best known of all the villages in Bali, often maligned, but loved by many. Kuta gets its so called bad reputation from the early days of travel to Bali where everybody, particularly the young crowd, hung out and got wrecked. Footpaths didn't exist, open drains ran down the side of unmade roads. Shopping was sarongs and T-shirts and hawkers who sold just about anything. Times have changed and Kuta has grown up, gone are the unmade roads and open drains. Footpaths, although narrow, run both sides of the main streets. The hawkers are still there - part of the character of the place. Sarongs and T-shirts are still sold but now there are CD shops, boutiques, small trendy bars and restaurants and even Department Stores. Kuta boasts the world's first "themed" Hard Rock Hotel. RV-1350 Imagine going into a huge one level shopping centre that would AMAZING MASTERPIECE IN NUSA DUA take about 45 minutes to walk from one end to the other with small walkways branching off in every direction, now add cars, motorbikes This amazing property located in Nusa Dua consists of a 15 are and the odd temple ceremony. This is what the middle of Kuta is like plot with a beautiful villa with another 20 Are of adjacent land except it doesn't have a roof. Just find a small caf (Warung), sit back also available. The villa is comprises of a main house with 2 and watch, it's great! ensuite and two separate Joglo bedrooms, giving you total of 4 The hawkers in Kuta can be aggressive, but if you don't want to bedrooms in all. This property has a very unique design and buy - don't make eye contact. Don't say anything and there will comes with lots of antique furniture! The villa features an open generally be no problems. living room ,dining area, however the most interesting part of The beach at Kuta is wide and usually has good surf in the late this villa is the view! It offers permanent ocean and mountain afternoon. Kuta beach isn't really a place to sit if you don't like crowds. view! The owner spared no details when building this place and In keeping with the Kuta theme, it is more of a social occasion, its design is enhanced tremendously with the antique furniture. where you meet the locals and other tourists and you don't have to The villa also includes house staff quarters, a fully equipped move for anything - the hawkers will bring it to you. Late afternoon is kitchen, laundry and staff bathroom. Parking is available for 3 best about 3 - 4pm, sunsets, soccer games, and just a great place for a cars. walk. Land and Villa = Euro 325.000 If being involved and having everything close by; if you want to Villa = Euro 262.500 party or just shop, Kuta is the place. Even if you don't stay there, don't go Land = Euro 63.000 home without visiting Kuta at least once, maybe twice... three times? Jl. Sunset Road 10X, Kerobokan, Bali
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Gday folks and welcome to the latest low down on the streets of Bali. A great week just gone with no major events rocking anyone's world and life being about as good as it can be living in paradise. About the biggest event for this little black duck was a small get together with friends around a BBQ with a couple of boxes off little green bottles to taste the afternoon away, during which a few good conversations where had. One in particular sticks in my mind more than most and is about as much an issue for the island as the god forsaken traffic. The issue discussed was the litter situation and the complete disregard for the use of a rubbish bin by many of the locals. One old mate, who we will call squirtell for the duration of this story, told our little gathering about his morning run on the beach and that with the winds that blow onshore at this time of the year the beaches are getting heavier with rubbish from the sea. He went on to say that he spoke with a local women about it and was sternly told by her that the most of the rubbish comes from Java and is floated in with the tides and the winds each year about the same time. Orang Jawa tidak peduli which means the people of Java don't care and basically dump their rubbish in the ocean and by the way this local lady thought, it all comes to Bali. They both agreed that it looks terrible for the Bali beaches' and that they should be made to pay for the cleanup. Old mate has listened and agreed and after catching his breath has continued on his run. He further explained that as he got a little ways on down the beach he started to look at the rubbish from Java and noticed that the bulk of it was made up of little coconut leafed type handmade boxes that strangely, are used in Bali for daily ceremony's and are called canangs and he wondered what the Javanese people would be doing with those?? Anyways the world is full of surprises and hopefully in the next 20 years, after the masses learn about using bins, the entire island will look much much better with the rubbish being processed properly. I remember being here more than twenty years ago and the rubbish would be piled up at almost every street corner and under every tree until the powers that be installed bins for people to use and introduced trucks to collect the rubbish and organized recycling stations to process it all and continually try to keep the island clean. At the end of the day its up to the public to pitch in and do the right thing, as driving down the road and throwing your Maccas empty drink cup and burger bag out the window isn't helping the situation, nor is taking the household rubbish with you when you leave for work each morning and tossing the bag full in the bushes just around the corner from your house the answer. Most local councils have dedicated contractors to collect and recycle the waste and its really up to each and every one of us to push the issue and ensure we pass on our well educated manners to the very few that simply put wouldn't have a clue about using a bin. At the end of the day maybe the powers that be, should put a little time and a heap of thought into working out a fine structure, as in, fining people the same as a speeding fine for littering. The system worked perfectly in Australia and I can't see any reason why it would work here as nobody like to be hit in the hip pocket. Ok folks I don't really like to be writing about such a negative subject when I am surrounded by all the fantastic things Bali has to offer and will end the editorial there. I hope the most of you stay safe, happy, healthy and try your best to remember, If you lay down with dogs you end up with fleas. Enjoy your week, ALIASJ.


Set on 10 are land this Antique Joglo Villa from Solo (Java), built with traditional tongue and groove techniques, forgoing any use of nails in the design, acts as a breezy open air living area, perfect for a semi open and spacious ambiance a perfect way to enjoying living in Bali. There are only a few traditional Joglo villas in Bali which offer such stunning surroundings, with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, kitchen and open-air living and dining area fringed by a 4 m x 8 m swimming pool. Complete with antique tables, beds, chairs, plantation chairs, comfortable sofas and select antique art. The Joglo and surrounding antiques typify the best in Bali luxury villas. Price: Rp. 3,000,000,000 Jl. Sunset Road 10X, Kerobokan, Bali Location: Umalas Ph.+62 361 8475955/Fax.+62 361 8475682


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SEMINYAK World renowned for its stunning sunsets, bars & restaurants that offer some of the finest dinning in Asia along with its chic and stylish fashion boutiques, Seminyak has now proved itself as the most popular destination for both high net investors, seeking fantastic returns and tourists alike. No matter where you are in Seminyak, you are only minutes from the beaches! The area not only offers all the buzz and excitement required to enhance your holiday experience, but also provides investors with opportunity to benefit from the highest rental yield that the island has to offer.


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RV-1325 FREEHOLD MODERN VILLA FEW MINUTES FROM SEMINYAK CENTER This 2 storey Freehold villa has 3 bedrooms and

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CANGGU 3 bathrooms. Set on 1,8are this villa complete Until recently, perceived as something of a hippy hideaway, the with spacious living room, western kitchen and attraction and popularity of Canggu has caught the notice of both dining area, a beautiful swimming pool and mainstream buyers and investors alike. As prices in trendy Seminyak entertainment room on the second floor, car park area continue to shoot sky high, a large number of buyers are now opting area for 1 car and house maid room. The villa located just a few minutes from Seminyak for the more sedate pace of expat country lifestyle. Shopping centre, Kuta and 30 minutes to The area not only offers all the first class amenities you would International Airport. Has good access and expect like an international school, world class championship golf course and an extremely well healed member only country club but also boast comes fully furnished. Great choice for rental and holiday home. Must see! bars, restaurants and beaches that we have come to adore here on The Price: Rp. 3,600,000,000 island of the Gods with very large plots, superbly designed villas very close, if not on the beach, at far more reasonable prices, The Canggu Location: Seminyak area is fast becoming the epitome of a lifestyle purchasers dream.
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RV-1343 EAT, PRAY, LOVE AND ENJOY! A delightful brand new 2 bedroom villa in the pleasant and charming village of Sembuwuk just 5 km north of Ubud. There is 600 SQM of land for you to enjoy and the house itself is 195 SQM including a huge 80 SQM living area. Both bedrooms are ensuite and there is a generous sized swimming pool. When you step outside your property you will be able to see spectacular views of the rice fields and mountains. Offered with 27 years remaining on the lease.

RV-1345 HOLIDAY IN STYLE An extremely spacious Balinese style 3 bedroom villa in a nice neighborhood very close to the main road in Uluwatu. Open living and dining areas and a stunning infinity pool, the huge master bedroom is on the second floor with views of Jimbaran Bay and the ocean as well as its own terrace. In a complex of 4 villas with 24 hour security. Great option for a holiday home that will also bring you good rental returns. Price: AUD 355,000 Location: Jimbaran Location: Kerobokan

RV-1322 SPECTACULAR MOUNTAIN AND LAKE VIEW IN BEDUGUL This luxury 2 storey property consisting of 5 bedrooms each ensuite, is set on 6 are Freehold land located in beautiful Bedugul. This entertainers paradise includes a Jacuzzi spa and entertainment room, staff quarters and generous parking area. This truly is a wind down villa, a place to relax and breathe in the fresh mountain air, at the same time enjoying all the modern conveniences of executive style living. The cascading mountains and village atmosphere surrounding the lodge gives you a feeling of total freedom and relaxation. Price: USD 295,000 Location: Bedugul




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RV-1326 MODERN AND AMAZING IN SEMINYAK This brand new villa set on 2,1 are of freehold land is located in Seminyak . This 2 storey villa consists of 3 bedrooms and bathrooms complete with guest toilet . Downstairs you have the master bedroom with large sliding windows opening onto the swimming pool. You also have a spacious living area and western kitchen and dining area. On the second floor you have another 2 bedrooms and a separate TV area and overlooking the pool. Finished with private parking area and separate staff area, this is in a great up and coming area and has great access to sunset road This is a rare opportunity and won't be on the market for long! Price: Rp. 3,845,000,000 Location: Seminyak
RV-1354 FREEHOLD NEW HOME IN KEROBOKAN This newly built 2 storey freehold villa has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Located in a peaceful part of Kerobokan and set on 246 sqm of land this quality villa has spacious living room, western kitchen and dining area, a beautiful swimming pool and secure under cover car park area. Downstairs the master bedroom overlooks and accesses the swimming pool. On the second floor you will find another 2 bedrooms and a separate large gazebo lounge overlook the pool, rice paddies and beautiful sunset. The villa is located about 15 minutes from Seminyak and 30 minutes to International Airport, This villa comes fully furnished. Great new family home which must be seen to appreciate. Price: Rp. 2,950,000,000 Location: Kerobokan

RV-1336 BARGAIN FREEHOLD IN KEROBOKAN This bargain freehold opportunity just 5 minutes away from Seminyak is certainly hard to come by. This property comprises of 3 bedrooms and comes with a pool, with minimalist modern design, the floor plan straightforward and functional. The master bedroom on the ground floor has its own en-suite bathroom complete with a bathtub and fully air conditioned. Both of the bedrooms on the first floor share a good sized bathroom. The living, dining, and the kitchen have a nice flow to it. This property has many potential, so don't miss out. Price: Rp. 1,550,000,000 Location: Kerobokan


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I n d u s t r y a n d Tr a d e ; Cooperatives; and Small Business Enterprises all implement training that will empower the public, said Erwin. In the Department of Manpower, Transmigration and Social, explained Erwin, simultaneous steps are underway to help job seekers obtain positions abroad or on cruise ships. People from the lower economic classes are being provided with training to find jobs on cruise ships and, in so doing, provide higher family incomes and reduce the need or desire to transmigrate. Erwin said job training is also being given to civil servant pensioners. The last group of citizens from Denpasar to transmigrate was comprised of 10 family heads who left for Bone, Sulawesi in 2011.

Much has been written about this dusty, arid and rugged area, which forms the southern most tip of the island.
Limestone cliffs of up to 100 meters in height provide some of the best views in the world, along with some deserted white sandy beaches. Everyone wants a piece of this are, from international hotel chains such as Bvlgari, Versace and Banyan Tree, to established residential villa developers looking for that perfect plot. The area offers secluded beaches, and exclusivity to name but a few reasons why this is fast becoming the place to be. Prices have more than tripled in the area over last 2 years alone with still plenty of potential to be realized, so now is a plan. Only a short 15 minutes drive from the international airport, The Bukit is fast being referred to as the new Millionaires Row.

Jimbaran is just south of the airport and Kuta. This was formerly a real backwater of south Bali, just a tiny fishing village with a daily market. That all started to change in the 1980s and Jimbaran is now home to several world class 5 star beach resorts, plus a few more moderate mid-market hotels. There is however little in the way of budget accommodation and there are also many high-end villas in this area, particularly on the ridges of high ground above Jimbaran Bay. This has resulted in monikers such as the "Beverly Hills of Bali" or "Millionaire's Row". The bay itself has a pleasant white sand beach and is very safe for swimming. The three clusters of grilled seafood restaurants on the beach are a major tourist draw in the evenings, as is the truly stunning sunset. Jimbaran is also home to a Norwegian University, Gateway College, with around 500 students studying athletics, philosphy, culture, economics and journalism. The school is located in Kedonganan close to Sari Segara Resort and in Jl, Bantas Kau where it also has a small cafe. Jimbaran has an increasing number of rather chic shops but there is little or no nightlife here. It has the advantage of being a little closer to Kuta and Seminyak and the cultural highlights of Central Bali.

There's No Place Like Home

The chief of the Manpower, Transmigration and Social Department for Denpasar, I Made Erwin Suryadarma Sena, told the press ,Stopping the transmigration program for Denpasar residents is not solely because of various incidents involving transmigrants, such as South Lampung. Erwin said that halting the transmigration program for Denpasar was more closely linked to a desire to improve the welfare of the capital's citizens by providing training in a number of areas that will increase family incomes than events unfolding in South Sumatra. We are doing this in accordance with the wishes of the Mayor of Denpsar who has ordered that various departments of the administration such as the Body for Empowering the Public; Manpower, Transmigration and Social Department; the Department of Health; Directorate of Sports, the Regional Planning Agency; the Department of

Denpasar Government Declares an End to Transmigration Programs for Capital Citizens reports that effective immediately the municipal government of Bali's capital city of Denpasar will no longer allow its residents to participate in transmigration programs organized by the central government. Instead, Denpasar has decided to create empowerment programs for its poorer citizens.

Shock and Awe Battle on HIV/AIDS

the disease and the means Health Workers Visiting Bali Estimates for Bali alone are at 15% for men who have sex Night Spots and Cafes to of prevention. Records maintained by the with men between the ages of 17Teach the Risks of HIV/AIDS In an effort to curve Bali's raising rate of HIV infection, a team from the Denpasar Health Department and the Karung Taruna Group have launched an educational campaign aimed at local Kafes that often serve as fronts for prostitution. Conducted behind closed doors for employees at Kafes and nightspots, participants were shown photos of the physical toll of HIV/AIDS infection and advised on safe sex practices. Quoted by NusaBali, many of the workers admitted that while they had heard of HIV/AIDS, but had little practical information on province of Bali from 1987 until 2011 estimate 4,464 cases of HIV/AIDS exist on the island from which 392 deaths have been recorded. The Health Service for Bali's capital of Denpasar estimates 1,980 cases of HIV/AIDS in the metropolitan area. Separately, Bali Peduli estimates for Bali: HIV rates among drug users are 65-90% HIV rates are growing fastest among gay men from 2% to 18% over the last 8 years 25 are HIV+ HIV rates among female sex workers are estimated1735% HIV rates among transgender on Bali are greater than 45%.


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Bali Police Challenged to Expose those Behind Violent Attack on Head of Bali Environmental Group WALHI
The Bali police have established a special task force to investigate a brutal physical attack suffered by Gendo Suardana, a leading environmental activist in Bali. Gendo Suardana is the chairman of the Bali Friends of the Earth (WALHI) who has been at the forefront of protests and demonstrations against the destruction of the mangrove forest by the Benoa to Nusa Dua highway and protests opposing Bali's governor for granting a 55-year-long license to a private company to manage a huge public mangrove forest in South Bali. Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, the head of the Bali Police, General Budi Gunawan, said: "I have formed a special team

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activists asked if police had responded seriously to Gendo's report of the criminal assault and demanded that steps be taken to capture those responsible to ensure future attacks do not occur. Yoga promised to follow up on the report of the assault, insisting the police shared the group's distaste for violence. Separately, the internal deputy of WALHI-Bali, Suryadi Darmoko, called on the police to quickly solve the case and reveal who was behind the attack. Darmoko said: The police must be firm and open - absolutely transparent in the case of the attack experience by Gendo. In every assault on pro-democracy movements there is always someone involved behind the scene. We challenge the police to expose who was the intellectual actor behind the attack on Gendo.

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to solve this case, let's see how it develops. Gendo was beaten by a group of tattooed thugs while visiting his lawyer's office in Bali's capital of Denpasar. General Gunawan said that several leads were being developed and he hoped to be able to make an arrest soon. Angered by the attack on their leader, tens of demonstrators protested at the police headquarters, demanding police solve the case and arrest those responsible for the assault. The protestors identifying themselves as the Forum of Balinese Against Violence wanted to meet with Bali's Chief of Police General Budi Gunawan. When General Gunawan was unable to receive the group, they managed to meet with the deputy-chief of police for Bali, Brigadier General Ketut Untung Yoga. As reported by, in a meeting that lasted an hour the


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FABULOUS AND COZY IN SEMINYAK This fantastic 2 bedroom villa is located in Seminyak, only a few minutes' walk to Seminyaks shopping district and the famous 66 beach! Surrounded by private villas, this really is a great choice for investors and business for rentals, and for those who like to holiday in the centre of all the action. Designed simply and cozily this villa has a nice entrance, , open living room, open western kitchen set and has sliding doors and connected looking over swimming pool with gazebo and landscape small garden.Must see! Price: EURO 200,000 Location: Seminyak

The best option for you will depend on your personal situation, the type of property, risk factors and the type of investment model. Even though it states in Indonesian law that foreigners are not allowed to hold a 'freehold' land title, there are ways that have been in practice for a number of years that enable foreigners to control a freehold title indirectly or to hold a leasehold title in their own name.

Or foreigner permanently domiciled in Indonesia, or a foreign legal entity with a representative office in Indonesia such as foreign Banks, embassies, etc.


This structure is a regularly practiced procedure in Indonesia, whereby the foreigner nominates and Indonesian representative to acquire the land and to hold the 'freehold' title (Hak Milik) on behalf of the foreigner. Ownership of the land is transferred from the previous owner to the Indonesian nominee. The foreigner and the Indonesian nominee then sign an agreement which recognizes the Indonesian nominee as the legal owner of the property whilst declaring the foreigner as the rightful owner of the property. This agreement denotes that the Indonesian nominee will carry out any directives from the foreigner regarding the land. This agreement must always be concluded in the presence of a public notary.




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This is the right of use over state-owned (crown land) or property owned by public or private persons/entities for a specific purpose for (generally) a finite period and occasionally for an indefinite period. This land right may not be sold, exchanged or transferred unless explicitly state in an agreement. Hak pakai may be held by and Indonesian individual or entity.

This property consists of 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom in sitting on 1,87 Are of Freehold land located in Jimbaran very close to Four Seasons Resort. This villa offers stunning views of Jimbaran and offers you a great opportunity to own this very unique property strategically located, close to Nusa Dua, The Bukit, The International Airport and Kuta shopping center!

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Libra September 24 to October 23 Librans tend to drop projects and people when the going gets tough. This week, Venus moves into tenacious Scorpio [until December 16] so it's time to be more persistent, and adopt a long-term view. Thursday night's fabulous Venus/Neptune trine puts you in a super romantic mood, so plan something special. But don't leave your rose-colored glasses on for too long! Scorpio October 24 to November 22 Scorpios can be stubborn and unforgiving but with Mercury, Venus and Saturn moving through your sign, 'transformation' is the buzz word this week. Are you hanging onto a grudge? It's time to question outmoded beliefs and break free from the past then you can move on. Be inspired by birthday great George Eliot It is never too late to be what you might have been. Sagittarius November 23 to December 21 With impulsive Mars moving through your money zone, you're in the mood for a spontaneous spending spree and credit card burnout. But overdoing the retail therapy could land you in financial hot water! This week, Saturn encourages you to slow down and think [carefully] before you buy. When communicating with family members, choose your words wisely. Capricorn December 22 to January 20 Capricorns are capable and ambitious folk, always busy improving your lot in the outside world. But what about your inner life? Mid-week is the time to [temporarily] jump off the career treadmill and soothe the soul with a few hours of splendid solitude. Venus, Mars and Saturn stimulate your social side on Sunday, as you nurture your network of friends and acquaintances. Aquarius January 21 to February 19 Aquarians oscillate between longing to be part of a group, and playing the role of the eccentric, larrikin loner. This week, with the Sun in your group zone, you're keen to congregate with likeminded individuals. You have much to contribute and lots to learn. On Friday you're in a reckless and rebellious mood, as Mars squares Uranus. Aim to be a rebel with a cause. Pisces February 20 to March 20 Professionally speaking, being a passive Piscean won't work at the moment. With the Sun stimulating your career zone [until December 21] you need to be as confident and proactive as possible. Thursday has the potential to be an incredibly romantic and creative day or a disappointing disaster. As the day develops, just make sure you separate fact from fantasy.

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Aries March 21 to April 20 Rams are no shrinking violets! This week, with rebellious Uranus squaring Mars, your rambunctious side takes over. Aim to be dynamic [rather than domineering] and proactive [rather than pushy]. Ego trips and power plays will get you nowhere fast. You're more accident-prone than usual so tread carefully. Sunday is a calmer day, as Saturn stabilizes your fiery energy. Taurus April 21 to May 21 The Sun stimulates your intimacy zone, plus Venus vamps into your relationship zone [and trines Neptune] so expect a week full of high romantic drama. Single Bulls look for sparks to fly with a charming Capricorn or a sexy Scorpio. Make the most of your artistic talents, as creative inspiration is high. But friends and finances are a confusing mix so keep the two separate. Gemini May 22 to June 21 Your people skills are put to the test as Mercury [your ruling planet] continues retrograding [until November 28]. For chatty Twins, the secret to successful two-way communication lies in talking less and listening more. And don't assume you know what colleagues or loved ones are thinking. You may be way off the mark. Take the time to check the facts first. Cancer June 22 to July 23 Have you been burning the midnight oil? All work and no play can make Crabs super cranky. It's time to adjust your home/work ratio to make it more balanced. But things won't run according to plan so, if you expect disruptions and delays, you won't be disappointed. Sometimes veering off the safe path leads you into exciting new territory professionally and Leo July 24 to August 23 Calling all Leo drama queens! This week, with the Sun shining in your drama zone, you'll be hard to ignore. Use the creative energy to surge forwards in positive ways, as you aim to be feisty and flamboyant [rather than bossy and belligerent!] But steer well clear of a smooth sweet-talker who strokes your ego and then leads you up the primrose path to trouble. Virgo August 24 to September 23 Your ruling planet Mercury is still in retrograde motion so be extra careful how you communicate, especially with noisy neighbors and fractious family members. You're also in domestic mode as you whip yourself into a cleaning frenzy, redecorate or renovate up a storm. Remember not everyone is as fussy as you! If you sweat the small stuff, it will be a very long week.

"Ice cold murderer" buried husband and lover in Vienna cellar

A former ice cream parlour owner confessed in to shooting, sawing up and freezing both her ex-husband and her lover, and burying them under the cellar of her store in Vienna.
Estibaliz Carranza, a 34-yearold Mexican-Spanish woman dubbed the "Ice Lady" by Austrian media, told a court that both men had "demeaned" her; her ex-husband by yelling at her and making fun of her poor German, her lover by being unfaithful. In both cases, she said she had shot her victim with a .22 calibre Beretta pistol, chopped up the body with a chain saw, put it in a freezer at the parlour, and eventually buried it downstairs in the cellar. Prosecutor Petra Freh described the defendant, who appeared before a packed court wearing a grey dress and flanked by prison guards and her celebrity defense lawyer Rudolf Mayer, as "ice-cold" and a "ticking time bomb". "It's clear that the defendant has two faces," Freh said, warning that Carranza could kill again. Carranza told the court the nature of her husband, Holger Holz, had completely changed after their wedding, and that matters had got worse when they were evicted from their apartment and moved into the ice cream shop, and Holz joined the Hare Krishna movement. "He slept until 10 o'clock and came at 11 o'clock. We had no ice cream. He did nothing. He didn't want to get a grip," she said. Even after she started a relationship with ice cream machine salesman Manfred Hinterberger and divorced Holz, he refused to move out, she told the court on Monday. O n e S u n d a y, a f t e r a n argument about the issue, she said she had shot Holz twice in the back of the head and once in the temple as he sat at his computer. Mayer, who unsuccessfully defended Austria's most notorious living criminal Josef Fritzl in 2009, said the psychiatrist's report on Carranza showed that her danger to society could be reduced "to zero" with proper treatment. NEGATIVE PORTRAYALS He warned the jury not to be influenced by negative portrayals in the Austrian media, which have had a field day with the story of the Hispanic immigrant and her many lovers. "The defense is determined that the jury do not accept the picture that been has given of her as ice cold, unfeeling, unscrupulous, capable of anything, but rather that they recognize what is behind this facade," he told journalists. Fritzl was sentenced to life imprisonment for incarcerating his daughter in the basement of his family home for 24 years, during which he physically assaulted and raped her, fathering seven children. Hinterberger left Carranza shortly after her divorce but turned up on the doorstep of the salon with a suitcase a year and a half later after being thrown out by his girlfriend. She said she had taken him back, but then found sex messages on his phone and his profile on a dating site. On the way home from an evening out with friends, where he had flirted with another woman, she had wanted to talk about it but he had simply shouted at her and then gone to bed, she said. "He turned to the wall and began snoring. He just turned around and that was the end of the matter for him. I was so furious," Carranza said. She then described how she had reached under the mattress for the same pistol she had used to kill her ex-husband, loaded it, and shot him in his sleep. Again, she chopped up his body, deep froze the parts and eventually buried them under the icecream parlour, where they were found by chance during maintenance work last year. Carranza was extradited from Italy, two months pregnant by another man, to face charges in Austria.

Soccer no excuse for outdoor sex, Italy court rules

Italy's highest court rejected an appeal by a couple who said they should not have been convicted of obscene acts in public because they had sex outside while the rest of their town was inside watching a soccer match.
The couple, then a 60-year old man and a 40-year old woman, were caught having sex outside in southern Italy in 2006 while the national soccer team was playing in the World Cup soccer quarter finals in Germany. Their defence at a previous trial was that they had timed going on to win the their tryst under the stars so they tournament in a final against would not offend anyone, because France. everyone else would be watching the game on television. They were convicted and brought their case to Rome's Court of Cassation, the highest appeals court, where they lost again. For the record, Italy played Ukraine that night and won 3-0,

Max meets his 16th century doppelganger

about the painting and the said "We went into the armor Max meets his 16th century exhibit and he loved the helmets. He nobleman it depicts. doppelganger At first Max Galuppo, university student, of Bloomsbury, New Jersey, didn't believe it. Then he saw a picture of himself next to the portrait. And he had to accept that he looked remarkably like the figure described as Nobleman with Dueling Gauntlet. Max and his girlfriend were strolling through the Philadelphia Museum on November 11 when they stumbled across the portrait. Max's girlfriend Nikkie Curtis was completely oblivious to it, and I walked past it and was like, 'Do you see this painting right now? It looks just like you.'" Max said "To be honest, I didn't see it. I didn't see the resemblance. Then I saw the picture of me next to it, and you can't deny that." Max has been asked to pose with the 1562 portrait dressed in the same way. He's thinking about that while he tried to find more information


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Sex toys in China are not hard to find. They're sold in "adult health" shops around the country, available in hotel minibars, and even on sale by the checkout counter at some convenience stores, next to the gum and candy. Yet this is a country where just 30 years ago public criticism erupted when a magazine published a picture of a couple kissing on its back cover. The about face in attitudes towards sex in China, which began when the prudish Communist government launched its opening and reform drive in the late 1970s and has been catalyzed by the Internet, is creating a prime business opportunity for the sex toy industry, insiders say. The market will grow to around 40 billion yuan ($6.4 billion) by 2014 from around 10 billion yuan at the end of last y e a r, p r e d i c t s L i n Degang, chief executive of an online retailer of sex toys. "Within five years, sex toys will be a common commodity for everyday use," he said. "Sex toys will be a key element of a fashionable lifestyle." Sex toys have become so ubiquitous that various kinds of vibrators can even be bought at FamilyMart Co Ltd convenience stores throughout Shanghai. With price tags of $15 to $17, they are sold by the cashier, along with condoms. Highlighting expectations of a strong upward trajectory in domestic sales, two private equity firms in August jointly invested 300 million yuan into Love Health Science & Technology Co Ltd, the biggest Chinese sex toy manufacturer. Sex toys have existed in China for

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mainly due to the Internet. Many online communities, such as those for gays and lesbians and those seeking partner swaps, have sprung up over recent years, said Fang Gang, director of sex and gender institute at Beijing Forestry University. The country's state run broadcaster has aired a program featuring a controversial sexologist, who on the show called for the legalization of homosexual marriages, while an annual sex fair in Guangzhou in southeastern China drew 250,000 visitors last month. Fang said sex is far more than a physical act. "It is a barometer of the entire society. With a more free society comes a more free attitude towards sex, and vice versa," he added. Lin said around 70 percent of his clients, mostly in their 20s and early 30s, were male. Most purchase items the favourite being a double vibrator for their girlfriends. At Yamete Love Store, in a residential area of downtown Shanghai, customers can browse items ranging from inflatable dolls to sexy costumes amid low key lighting as mellow music plays. Most of the items are imported from Japan and Sweden, and carry prices from $100 to $210. Most shoppers, though, still seem to prefer buying online. I feel too embarrassed to buy any sex toys in actual stores," said Candice Zheng, a 25-year old office worker in Zhejiang province, south of Shanghai. "I just order them from on-line shops."

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centuries. The concubines of Chinese emperors who failed to find sexual satisfaction often turned to them, and there were also sex toys for men, according to Peng Xiaohui, a professor of sexology at Central China Normal University, in the central city of Wuhan. Their use was forced underground after the Communist Party took over the country in 1949 and adopted policies aimed at repressing people's personal desires, including romance and sex, in favor of ideas of revolution and collectivism.


Singaraja, Bali - A Relaxing Slice of Paradise
Singaraja is the old colonial capital of Bali. It is the capital city of the regency of Buleleng. It is quite simply - cool. Figuratively and literally. I always think of it as much cooler physically than other areas of Bali although I have absolutely no scientific data to back up that assertion. My house is definitely cooler when the wind is blowing in off the ocean but who says we can't be relative. This is the postmodern era, correct? Singaraja is a fairly good-sized city (which is a good way of saying that I'm not sure what the population actually is, although some friends that recently visited told me that according to a guide book it was 50,000) with wide streets and a lot of friendly folks. They have been repairing things in Singaraja over the past few years and it definitely has a clean, open feel to it. The main shopping area is on Jalan Diponegoro and Jalan A. Yani. There is not much here in the way of tourist goods (masks, paintings, jewelry) but you can buy supplies for your stay in the north here - juice, boxed milk, diapers, toilet paper, cigarettes and beer much cheaper than if you buy them in the tourist area to the west. Singaraja has a good doctor for expats who charges rather high prices but if you're really sick and you want someone to speak English to then Dr. Gina is your woman. Friendly, good old-fashioned care. What is it that is unique about this place, or what is it that draws me to it? Maybe it's because Singaraja isn't really all that unique - just another friendly town in Indonesia where you can bop around, find some things that you need, meet some fine folks and live your life the way that you want without interference from people that are convinced that they know how you should live your life. The new government has given folks some hope and we all expect them to continue on with repairing the economy and staying out of people's daily activities. The Singaraja area is the home of Lovina Beach, of the well known, but as the new tourist literature proclaims, hidden treasures of Bali. In spite of the fact that my friend has this promotional material sitting in his restaurant, I happen to agree with it. That doesn't mean to come crowding up here. We wouldn't want Robert Redford to bring the Sundance here or to have Californians start building summer homes, but it is nice... Lovina Beach is actually a collection of villages that are lumped together under the general name of Lovina which actually is a village. Other villages in the Lovina area include Kalibukbuk, Anturan, and Tukadmungga. The farther you get from Lovina on the Singaraja side, the quieter things get. While Lovina is laid back compared to Kuta, Kalibukbuk, Anturan and Tukadmungga are positively restful. Of course, it can be a bit too quiet for some staying out in A n t u r a n o r Tukadmungga so they can just take a short bemo ride or a three K walk up to Lovina to sample some of the night life. While I have been going on about Lovina, I actually spend most of my time away from home over at Anturan or Tukadmungga. A number of homestays and small hotels have cropped up in the past few years in this area. The old popular hotel after years of being abandoned is now open under new management - it's called Villa Agung. Homestay Sri is still there after a number of years. Homestay Sri is also under new management. This Sri is also being run by foreigners. This is the big thing now in the area. The Westerners have moved in and either bought, built or leased hotels on the beach. There's getting to be less and less Balinese businesses these days. So if you want to actually relax on your vacation to Bali, you should try visiting northern Bali. Plan on spending a week or so to get to know the place. You won't be disappointed.

FORBIDDEN PUPPY LOVE Even teenagers were officially "forbidden" to have crushes on each other. "We can say that after 1949, Chinese society was more conservative than in ancient China," said Peng. Things have changed following social and economic reforms that began in the late 1970s, but many Chinese still hold conservative views towards certain elements of sex, such as homosexuality and p o r n o g r a p h y. P o r n o g r a p h i c websites and publications are banned, while young homosexuals often marry to conform to society. But over the last decade, the subject has become an increasingly open topic for debate,



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Beckham, 37, has spent the past six seasons with the Galaxy, leading them to an MLS Cup title last season. The announcement comes amid heated speculation that the former England captain could join an A-League club in a guest player capacity this season. Beckham and the Galaxy go for their second consecutive crown when they face the Dynamo in a repeat of last year's final on December 1 at the Home Depot Center. Beckham said the game will be his last for the team as he hopes to move on and become a part-owner of an MLS team in the future. "I've had an incredibly special time playing for the LA Galaxy. However, I wanted to experience one last challenge before the end of my playing career," Beckham said in a statement released by the team. "I don't see this as the end of my relationship with the league as my ambition is to be part of the ownership structure in the future." The Melbourne Heart are already preparing to make a lucrative offer to lure Beckham to Victoria, confirming it and its sponsors will make a six-figure offer for a 10-game guest appearance in the new year. Heart CEO Scott Munn says the club will be competing with offers from all over the world. "I can only assume that there'll be a lot of clubs from around the world making offers," he said. "The great thing that we have playing in our advantage is the timing, that is our season is up and running now. "He's incredibly fit - he's still playing so he can hit the ground running in that January window and play right through to the end of the season." Western Sydney Wanderers and the Central Coast Mariners are also reportedly keen on signing Beckham. 'Early stages' Last week, the A-League said it was still hopeful of negotiating a deal to bring Beckham to the A-League. Football Federation Australia (FFA) confirmed on Friday it had received an approach from the former Manchester United and Real Madrid star's agent, expressing an interest in playing in the A-League this season. Beckham's representatives then contradicted the FFA, saying there were 'absolutely no plans [for Beckham] to play in Australia." The former England captain then told US journalists early Saturday morning that any deal being struck was news to him. But A-League CEO Damien de Bohun confirmed an approach had been made and said negotiations are still in their early stages.




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All other AFL clubs will be nervous in the wake of the Kurt Tippett controversy, Adelaide coach Brenton Sanderson says. The Crows and Tippett have been charged by the AFL with salary cap cheating and draft tampering in relation to the key forward's expired contract with the club. "I probably shouldn't comment on other clubs but I'm sure this is going to make a lot of other clubs nervous, too," Sanderson told reporters. "There is a lot of greyness surrounding ASAs (additional services agreements) and how players are paid and stuff so probably the other 17 clubs are just double-checking and ensuring that everything is above board. "But as far as I know ... Adelaide has been squeaky clean for 22 years and this has been something that they are going to have to work through and we will certainly get through it." Tippett, the Crows, chief executive Steven Trigg, club football operations manager Phil Harper and his predecessor John Reid have all been charged by the AFL. An AFL commission hearing, initially scheduled on Monday to

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outside the contract, with the ruckman-forward who walked out on the club at the end this season. The investigation prevented Adelaide trading Tippett, who remains on the club's list until he likely nominates for December's preseason draft. Sanderson said money was central to Queenslandnative Tippett's decision to quit the Crows and request to play for premiers Sydney. "When Kurt told us he was going to leave and he said it was going to be to Sydney, that from our point of view - was a bit of a surprise. There was always the talk that he wanted to return home (to Queensland)," Sanderson said. Sanderson did not raise the Tippett saga with Crows' players when they returned for preseason training on Monday. "We mentioned this morning to the players that all they can do is do their very best to prepare themselves for a great 2013," he said. "We didn't really even talk about it - we didn't feel the need to. "It has been played out pretty heavily in the media obviously but, from our point of view - internally, inside the bubble - things are just business as usual."

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four laps remaining to ensure his only rival Mark Winterbottom cannot catch him at the season's final event in Sydney in a fortnight. He now holds a 317-point championship lead over Ford's Winterbottom, with only 300 points left on offer this year. Whincup's Te a m V o d a f o n e team-mate Craig Lowndes won the 67lap race at Winton, with Winterbottom second. Whincup, 29, adds this year's title to his 2008, 2009 and 2011 championships. He has won 12 of the 28 races so far this season.

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Maroons Origin legend Wally Lewis said the Queensland Government should have fought harder to keep two Origin home games in 2013. The Australian Rugby League Commission (ARLC) announced two home games for Sydney in 2013 as part of a five-year Origin schedule in Sydney. The original scheduling for Brisbane's Lang Park to have two games in 2013 was made before the new independent commission came into power at the start of the season. Under the new five-year schedule Queensland will host two games in 2014 and 2017. The Blues also host two games in 2016 while



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Dear Martha, I'm a 48 year old, recently separated. Around the time I left my marriage, I met someone else on a chat site. We kept in touch via chat and email. I fell in love, but, didn't really want a new relationship or have to deal with emotions. We met in person in Bali and it was as if I had come home. I didn't ever want to leave her arms. My problem in which I'm seeking advice is this. The new lady is completely wrong for me. She is only 19! She's had a rough life with drugs and violence, she lives overseas, she wants to marry me and have children with me. I have 2 children from my first marriage and had no plans on ever getting married or having more children. Thing is I've fallen for her, despite the age and background differences. Is there any way we can work? Or is this just a dream waiting to be crushed? I'm terrified of bringing a 19 year old home to my children. I live in a small community and have heard what people say about other people in similar situations. I'm not a fan of caring what people think, but can't help it playing on my mind still. Should I stand up for this love? Or is it already doomed? Confused (UK)

the rival states host one each in 2015 with one game that year set aside for a neutral venue, probably Melbourne. Queensland Sports Minister Steve Dickson says the state's debt has cost it the 2013 hosting rights to Origin matches. He says the State Government could not afford a bidding war with New South Wales. Lewis argues the Queensland Government is underestimating the importance and value of the Origin games to Queenslanders. "Look anybody that doesn't fight hard to maintain a bit of loyalty and support for Queensland, I don't believe they're real Queenslanders," Lewis said. "People that don't believe these games aren't the number one earner for Queensland need to go back to primary school." Dickson said it would be financially irresponsible for the Government to write any more large cheques with an existing debt of $65 billion. "If it's about cheque books at the end of the day, maybe New South Wales may have a bigger chequebook than us," he said. "We just can't afford to go blowing big bundles of money at this point in time, on Origin or anything else." New South Wales Premier Barry O'Farrell said the new five-year deal is a fairer arrangement for both states with Victoria being the biggest loser. "We haven't spent a lot of money to get these games," O'Farrell said at a press conference. "Each of these games will bring to the city (Sydney) 9-10 million dollars into the economy." New Blues coach Laurie Daley said the homes games will be an advantage in 2013 but will count for nothing if the side doesn't prepare well. The Blues have been installed as favourite by bookies to break its seven-year losing streak to the Maroons in 2013.



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Dear Confused, Is this relationship doomed? Without a doubt. Will you still dive right into it and stand up for love? Almost certainly. For you this young lady - who probably treats you with reverence- is a sanctuary. For her you represent an escape. The truth is we don't often escape ourselves. While right now you look into the heart of that relationship and see yourself through each other's shiny idealistic eyes, this can change very quickly and when the blinkers come off you are both left once again with yourselves. It's easy to say you will not be violent or use drugs when you are being buoyed by the infatuation of a new relationship, that doesn't mean it won't change down the track. She wants a husband and children but you've been there done that already. Honestly I don't think pursuing this is about 'standing up for love', it's about indulging a fantasy, one that will come crashing down within a couple of years. There is no doubt that if you went ahead you would enjoy a wild and exciting ride. Infatuation does that. If you go ahead you do need to consider the costs of that wild ride, namely the effect it will have on your children & your relationship with friends and family. If you do go ahead tread carefully. Don't make any major commitments. A relationship is one thing, moving countries, getting married, selling homes, merging finances or having babies is another. Steer clear of all of it for the foreseeable future dear.


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the time was right to return to Melbourne with his wife Bree and their two children Taj and Cove. "I knew the difficulties they experienced when I travelled and was frequently away for two or three days at a time," McPhee said. "I knew, in the background, that wasn't exactly what Bree and I wanted. "I felt I had to make the decision to retire and return home, regardless of whether I was fit enough to play one or two more seasons of football or not." M c P h e e plans to take up a position in his father-in-law's defence and security marketing company when he returns to Melbourne and has not ruled out taking on a non-playing role in football in the future.

McPhee, Anthony no longer Dockers

reached an agreement with Anthony "that means the 24-year-old will not have to fulfil the final year of his three-year contract". The parting of ways marks a big fall from grace for Anthony, who booted 50 goals McPhee signed a onefor Collingwood in 2009 before year contract extension with falling out of favour. the club after their 2012 campaign, but cited family reasons for his decision to cut short his 223game career to r e t u r n t o Melbourne. Anthony was lured to Fremantle at the end of 2010 on a lucrative threeyear deal, and was contracted for next season. But after booting just three McPhee, who started his goals over eight games in his career at Fremantle before first two years at Fremantle, the spending seven years at 24-year-old was recently Essendon, played a critical role asked to consider his future. in defence for the Dockers last Fremantle released a season. statement confirming it had But the 30-year-old said

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Fremantle veteran Adam McPhee has officially announced his AFL retirement, while the Dockers have parted ways with former Collingwood forward Jack Anthony.

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KC and the Sunshine Band is an American musical group. Founded in 1973 in Miami, Florida, their style has included funk, R&B, and disco. Their most well known songs include the disco hits "That's the Way (I Like It)", "(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty", "I'm Your Boogie Man", "Keep It Comin' Love", "Get Down Tonight", "Give It Up", and "Please Don't Go". They took their name from lead vocalist Harry Wayne Casey's last name ("KC") and the "Sunshine Band" from KC's home state of Florida ('The Sunshine State'). The group was formed in 1973 by Harry Wayne Casey (KC), a record store employee and part-timer at TK Records in Miami. KC originally called the band KC & The Sunshine Junkanoo Band, as he used studio musicians from TK and a local Junkanoo band called the Miami Junkanoo Band. He was then introduced to Richard Finch, who was doing engineering work on records for TK. This was the beginning of the CaseyFinch musical collaboration. The initial members were just Casey and Finch, but they soon added guitarist Jerome Smith (June 18, 1953 - July 28, 2000) and drummer Robert Johnson, both TK studio musicians. The first few songs, "Blow Your Whistle" (September 1973) and "Sound Your Funky Horn" (February 1974), were released as singles, and did well enough on the U.S. R&B chart and overseas that TK wanted a follow up single and album. However, while working on demos for KC & the Sunshine Band the song, "Rock Your Baby" (George McCrae) was created featuring Smith on guitar, and became a number one hit in 51 countries in mid 1974. The band's "Queen of Clubs", which featured unaccredited vocals by McCrae, was a hit in the UK, peaking at #7, and they went on tour there in 1975. With the release of the self titled triple platinum second album KC and the Sunshine Band in 1975 came the group's first major U.S. hit with "Get Down Tonight". It topped the R&B chart in April and the Billboard Hot 100 in August. "That's the Way (I Like It)" also became a number one hit in November 1975 and the group did well at the 1976 Grammy Awards. The 1976 album Part 3 yielded two number one singles: "I'm Your Boogie Man", "(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty" and "Keep It Comin' Love" peaked at number two. Their success lasted until the fifth album; their last chart topping hit was "Please Don't Go" in December 1979, hitting #1 for one week in January 1980, and becoming the first #1 hit of the 1980s. With the explosion of new wave music and the declining popularity of disco, the group explored other styles and changed labels, joining Epic Records in 1980 after TK Records went bankrupt. In 1981, the partnership between Finch and Casey came to an acrimonious end. Two years after the release of the previous album, the group released two solo albums with new material, geared toward pop: The Painter and Space Cadet. These albums generated little success, but in 1982, a hit track called "Give It Up" (released as a solo effort but recorded before Casey and Finch split the partnership) from the album All in a Night's Work (brought a return to success in the UK, and appeared two years later in the U.S. Top 40. The song was also featured on the band's next album, 1984's KC Ten. Epic Records, however, refused to issue the song as a single due to its prior failure in the U.S. Because of this, a frustrated Casey formed Meca Records, releasing the single himself on this label in a final attempt to garner the song some success in America. It worked, but the album still failed to surpass expectations. This led to the group falling into stasis around 1985 with Casey's retirement.

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Giant chocolate coins, squeezing people into a Mini car, didgeridoo playing and "sport stacking" will all be pushed to their limits during Guinness World Records day.
The eighth annual global celebration of the weird and wacky will see more than 420,000 people attempt to smash old favourites of the record breaking world, many for charity. At least 400,000 of those involved will be schoolchildren building pyramids of plastic cups against the clock (sport stacking) in the southern United States, while Britain's Manjit Singh will be firmly at the weirder end of the stunt spectrum as he attempts to lift over 23.5 kg (51 lbs) using only his eye sockets. A team from Germany will attempt to beat the record for smashing the most pairs of

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In other time places, participants have opted for record attempts that demonstrate some national pride. Fifteen year-old Australian Lachlan Phelps aims to break the record for holding the longest note on a didgeridoo without using the traditional "circular breathing" technique which lets the player draw breath while still holding a tune. Another Australian will attempt to don the most pairs of underpants worn and in Finland, an attempt will be made on the record for the most ice hockey target shots in 30 seconds. "This year it seems to be all about bringing records back home to the people who are most passionate about enjoying their culture and national identity," said Craig Glenday, editor in chief of Guinness World Records.

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Lewis Hamilton upset Sebastian Vettel's hopes of clinching the drivers world championship in his 100th race on Monday morning (AEDT) when he produced a dazzling drive for McLaren to win a thrilling United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas. For Vettel, finishing second from pole was a personal disappointment, but not enough to prevent his Red Bull team from winning the constructors title for the third successive season, despite Australian team-mate Mark Webber being forced to retire. Fernando Alonso of Ferrari finished third after starting seventh on the grid - thanks to his team's pragmatic decision to break the gearbox seal on teammate Felipe Massa's car. That podium finish ensured that the title battle will go down to the wire at next weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix in Sao Paulo. Vettel goes to Interlagos with a lead of 13 points. Vettel has 273 points and Alonso 260. Hamilton, who started second on the grid, made the most of his superior outright speed to pass Vettel on lap 42 of the 56-laps race and claim the 21st victory of his career. The 27-year-old Briton, who leaves McLaren for Mercedes next year, was intent on delivering another win for the team before his departure and did so emphatically as he seized his fourth win this year. Amazingly, it was the first time F1's best three drivers of the current crop had shared a podium and, to mark the Texan

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Dhabi winner Kimi Raikkonen. It was a thrilling vision as the cars stretched out and began to heat their tyres to optimum levels, but the focus was clearly at the front of the field where Vettel was unable to shake off his pursuers. Webber, racing in third, had the task of defending Vettel's position, but his part in the race ended after 17 laps when he was forced to retire due to a grearbox failure. By lap 34, after a series of pit stops for tyre changes, Hamilton had closed to within two car lengths of Vettel. This created a sequence of dramatic laps during which Hamilton tantalised Vettel and the crowd by setting up a passing move, using his power advantage and Drag Reduction System (DRS) on the back straight, but without executing it until lap 42 when, after being held up by a back marker, Vettel could not resist him and Hamilton dummied one way and then passed him on the outside. Alonso, driving steadily and quickly, knew his podium position was enough to heep his title dream alive and, thanks to a superb drive from Massa, knew also that he had a Ferrari in fourth behind him to protect him in the closing laps. Massa finished ahead of Jenson Button in the second McLaren. Raikkonen, winner of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix two weeks ago, came home sixth ahead of Lotus team-mate Romain Grosjean, Nico Hulkenberg of Force India, Pastor Maldonado and his Williams team-mate Bruno Senna.

Coconuts and underpants to mark Guinness records day

coconuts in the space of one minute, while neighbouring France will host a competition to throw the highest number of shaving cream pies in a minute. Some would be record breakers will be raising money for high profile causes. Alberto Deleonardis is leading an effort in Bologna, Italy to mint the world's largest chocolate coin, "We decided to use the attempt as a way to raise funds to restore a primary school near Modena that tumbled down during the earthquake that struck earlier this year," he said. The perennial quest to squeeze 28 people into an old model of the British three door classic Mini automobile will be undertaken in London by a team of women who have pledged all proceeds to the Children in Need charity.

Hamilton wins USA GP, title race set for Brazil

location, all three wore Stetson cowboy hats as they celebrated. Interviewed by the 1978 world champion, American Mario Andretti, Hamilton said: "First-time winner! I'm so happy. The fans were amazing, thank you. "It was such a warm welcome and one of the best, if not the best, race of the year - especially for me and the team.

"It's been a long time since we had a win. I'm so proud of the team and grateful for the support we've had." Vettel said: "He had one chance and he took it. It was a tough race, but it was a great race." In front of a sell-out crowd of 135,000 at the new Circuit of the Americas and under a solid blue sky, Vettel made a near-perfect start to pull clear from his 36th pole position and into the lead with Red Bull team-mate Webber advancing to second behind him. Hamilton, starting second, struggled with lack of grip on the slippery side of the track and could not defend against Webber, but stayed third up the hill and into the sweeping left-hander turn one as the field hustled together in the pack. Ferrari's Alonso had a clean start and went round the outside of turn one and into fourth, taking full



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some other shit too. THURSDAY: Vanessa was waiting for me with her vampire-like teeth exposed as her thin, cruel lips were pulled back in a full snarl. I couldn't help being a half an hour late; it took me that long to tie my shoes. Vanessa took me to work out with dumbbells. When she was not looking, I ran and hid in the men's room. She sent Lars to find me, then, as punishment, put me on the rowing machine -- which I sank. FRIDAY: I hate that b*tch Vanessa more than any human being has ever hated any other human being in the history of the world. Stupid, skinny, anemic little cheerleader. If there were a part of my body I could move without unbearable pain, I would beat her with it. Vanessa wanted me to work on my triceps I don't have any triceps! And if you don't want dents in the floor, don't hand me the F*C**NG Barbells or anything that weighs more than a sandwich. The treadmill flung me off and I landed on a health and nutrition teacher. Why couldn't it have been someone softer, like the drama coach or the choir director? SATURDAY: Vanessa left a message on my answering machine in her grating, shrilly voice wondering why I did not show up today. Just hearing her made me want to smash the machine with my planner. However, I lacked the strength to even use the TV remote and ended up catching eleven straight hours of the Weather Channel. SUNDAY: I'm having the Church van pick me up for services today so I can go and thank GOD that this week is over. I will also pray that next year,my wife (the b*tch), will choose a gift for me that is fun like a root canal or a vasectomy.

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Three primary school age children in one English city reaped more than the usual harvest of s w e e t s a n d chocolates on Halloween when they emptied their trick-ortreat goody bags and found several bags of cocaine. The man who had mistakenly handed out his cocaine stash to the children instead of candy was given a community service sentence in court Apprentice panel beater Donald Junior Green fished in his pockets for a bag of chewy sweets to give to the youngsters at his door on Halloween, but instead pulled out a plastic pack containing eight bags of cocaine he had bought for 200 pounds ($320) earlier that

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WEEK AT THE GYM: One Mans Story

next to her in her Lycra Aerobics outfit. I enjoyed watching the skillful way in which she conducted her Aerobics class after my workout today. Very inspiring, Va n e s s a w a s encouraging as I did my sit-ups, although my gut was already aching from holding it in the whole time she was around. This is going to b e a FA N TA S T I C week!! TUESDAY: I drank a whole pot of coffee, but I finally made it out of the door. Vanessa made me lie on my back and push a heavy iron bar into the air,and then she put weights on it! My legs were a little wobbly on the treadmill, but I made the full mile. Vanessa's rewarding smile made it all worthwhile. I feel GREAT!! It's a whole new life for me. WEDNESDAY: The only way I can brush my teeth is by laying on the toothbrush on the counter and moving my mouth back and forth over it. I believe I have a hernia in both pectorals. Driving was OK as long as I didn't try to steer or stop. I parked on top of a CEO in the club parking lot. Vanessa was impatient with me, insisting that my screams bothered other club members. Her voice is a little too perky for early in the morning and when she scolds, she gets this nasally whine that is VERY annoying. My chest hurts when I got on the treadmill, so Vanessa put me on the stair monster. Why the hell would anyone invent a machine to simulate an activity rendered obsolete by elevators? Vanessa told me it would help me get in shape and enjoy life. She said

UK man gave cocaine to trick or treaters by mistake

inside the house and put day, Oldham Magistrates' his hand in his pockets to get out Court heard. his drugs but instead pulled out the sweets. G r e e n immediately realized what had happened and went on foot, then by car, scouring the streets of Oldham in northern England to find the youngsters. But the officer, Pc Simon Fowell, had taken his children home and, as they emptied their bags to share the spoils, he spotted the drugs, and made a swift He dropped the drugs into call to on-duty colleagues. the goody bags carried by the Green was given a 12 three children, aged eight, six month community order, ordered and five, who were out trick or treating escorted by their father, to do 130 hours community work and told he must pay court costs an off-duty policeman. The 23-year old defendant totaling 145 pounds. then closed the door, went back

This is dedicated to everyone who ever attempted to get into a regular workout routine. Dear Diary, For my fortieth birthday this year, my wife (the dear) purchased a week of personal training at the local health club for me. Although I am still in great shape since playing football 20 yrs ago, I decided it would be a good idea to go ahead and give it a try. Called the club and made my reservation with a personal trainer named Vanessa, who identified herself as a 26 yr old aerobics instructor and Model for athletic clothing and swimwear. My wife seemed pleased with my enthusiasm to get started! The Club encouraged me to keep a diary to chart my progress. MONDAY: Started my day at 6:00am. Tough to get out of bed, but it was well worth it when I arrived at the health club to find Vanessa waiting for me. She was something of a Greek goddess with blonde hair, dancing eyes and a dazzling white smile.WooHoo!!!!! Vanessa gave me a tour and showed me the machines. She took my pulse after 5 minutes on the treadmill. She was alarmed that my pulse was so fast, but I attributed it to standing



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