Sports car extensively damaged after St. John’s crash Thursday evening


A sports car was extensively damaged Thursday night at about 7 p.m. after the driver apparently lost control of the vehicle on Waterford Bridge Road.

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The car appeared to have spun off the road and into a large sign on nearby grass before coming to rest back on the road. One rear wheel was torn from the Chevrolet Corvette and the front end was severely damaged in the incident.

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As PageUp remediates its security breach, a reminder that times have changed

An extensive forensic investigation has given employment service provider PageUp the all-clear after an extensive forensic investigation into a breach that saw unauthorised access to names and contact details of job-seekers in Australia, Singapore, and the UK.

The breach, which was detected on 23 May and confirmed on 28 May, spawned public warnings that thousands of Australians’ personal details might have been stolen by unauthorised external parties. This threatened data related to job seekers of the firm’s Australian recruitment customers, according to the ABC, include Wesfarmers, NAB, Telstra, AGL, Australia Post, the ABC, and more.

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Long Read: The Second Coming Of Tiger Woods

A persistent back injury, culminating in a spinal fusion procedure in 2017, has meant that for the past five years Tiger Woods has spent more time off the course than on it. But after impressing at the Valspar and The Players Championship this season, the most gifted golfer of all time is edging closer to one of the greatest comebacks in sport.

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As the injections, scopes and endless surgeries had failed to fix his damaged back, there wasn’t much left for Tiger Woods to do but retire from the sport he loved.

It was April 2017 and he was recuperating from extensive back surgery, the fourth such procedure he had undergone in his career, as his medical team sought to rid him of the relentless lower back pain that had plagued him for the past few years.

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2018.6.05 Blog. National Anthem/kneeling.

President Trump said, “You have to stand proudly for the National Anthem, if you won’t stand, you shouldn’t be playing [football], you shouldn’t be there. Maybe they shouldn’t be in this country’. This President has repeatedly made comments about this so-called ‘National pride’ subject when it really is not about National pride, but injustice to the black citizens of this nation.

The reason I have heart burn about President Trump’s so-call patriotism is, this is coming from a “man” who can’t even stand STILL during the anthem without swaying back and forth , He keeps looking around for the camera like a kid seeking parental attention at a recital, then the obvious sarcasm is, he got 5 deferments from going into the military.

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