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Willie Rennie vows to improve links with police
THE POWERS of Scotland’s police chief must be properly set down with strong checks and balances, Willie Rennie will demand as he vows the Lib Dems will improve links between officers and the communities they serve.

Memoir Raises $5.5 Million to Stitch Together Your Digital Photos
In the era of avid smartphone photography, one app is trying to capitalize on an oft-forgotten reason we take pictures: for the memories.

What to eat when you travel for work
ANOTHER day on a plane en route to a business meeting, another airport, another city, another meal laden with saturated fat that’s left you feeling slightly queasy, again?

Burj Khalifa, the site for world's highest selfie
London, Nov 22 (IANS): Taking the selfie phenomenon to a new level, a 47-year-old British photographer captured an image of himself on top of Dubai's Burj Khalifa, the tallest man-made structure in the world.

West St. John's football team honors its slain coach
The meaning of team became a whole lot deeper as the West St. John High School football team remembered one of its own at a playoff game on Friday.

The healing effects of total silence
A week without noise in Ibiza proves a meditation revelation for Florence Waters

Boy, 11, dies after van crash in Aberdeenshire
AN 11-YEAR-OLD boy has died after being hit by a van on a dual carriageway.

Wanderers, Jets still winless after gritty draw
WANDERERS and Jets still both searching for their first win of the A-League season after the cellar-dwellars fought out a 1-1 draw at Pirtek Stadium.

More flares at A-League games: Vic police
VICTORIA Police say anti-social behaviour, including use of flares, has increased at A-League soccer matches this season.

Govts must cut mining regulation: Rinehart
MAGNATE Gina Rinehart has taken aim at government over-regulation of mining during a business luncheon in Darwin.