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Port Alberni

and in 2009 was demolished. In 1955, the Alberni Athletics Senior-A Men's Basketball Team had an outstanding year. The Alberni Athletics won the Canadian Senior Basketball Championships at home. A young Jim Robson honed his sports reporting skills doing the play-by-play on radio station CJAV. The Alberni Athletics were inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame in 2001. thumb left Good Friday Tsunami (File:USGS Tsunami Travel Time.gif)In 1964, Port Alberni was hit by two tsunamis


Rotorua

newsroom. Two sports reporting journalists will also be leaving from the Auckland newsroom, leaving six. Accredited parliament reporters also look to face redundancy cuts, as well as reporters from the Christchurch (w:Christchurch) newsroom. As well as people losing their jobs, the Queenstown (w:Queenstown, New Zealand), Wanganui (w:Wanganui) and Rotorua (w:Rotorua) newsrooms will be closed, as well as the news reference library, and the current affairs show, Sunday looks set to close its Wellington office. Head of journalism at the University of Canterbury (w:University of Canterbury), Jim Tully says that the closing of the Queenstown newsroom is a big mistake. Current affairs show, Close Up (w:Close Up) will also lose two journalists and a Christchurch producer, but will gain a producer in Auckland. Fair Go (w:Fair Go), consumer affairs show, will lose three senior producers. Breakfast will lose a weather and sports presenter, and a producer. :'''Phil:'''When archaic trading hours for bars and retail exist in a secular society and ‘tourist’ towns like Rotorua (w:Rotorua) and Queenstown (w:Queenstown) can trade openly then things need to change. NZ is highly reliant on Tourism….. we can’t be closed. Over zealous Police and Liquor licensing people who interpret laws made public comments in advance of the weekend which did deter people from coming. While we can’t quantify the numbers we have had considerable comment to this effect. Commons:Category:Rotorua


Youngstown, Ohio

and Cleveland Cavaliers games and did sports reporting for WKYC-TV. Joe Castiglione: Red Sox Radio Broadcaster for 21 years at italiausa.com, URL accessed August 20, 2009 He also called a handful of Milwaukee Brewers games for pay-cable channel SelecTV (SelecTV (US TV channel)) in . Castiglione claims to have been a New York Yankees fan as a kid. He said


Christchurch

' on the back. Seven general reporting journalists will be leaving, which only leaves six left from the Auckland (w:Auckland) newsroom. Two sports reporting journalists will also be leaving from the Auckland newsroom, leaving six. Accredited parliament reporters also look to face redundancy cuts, as well as reporters from the Christchurch (w:Christchurch) newsroom. As well as people losing their jobs, the Queenstown (w:Queenstown, New Zealand), Wanganui (w:Wanganui) and Rotorua (w:Rotorua) newsrooms will be closed, as well as the news reference library, and the current affairs show, Sunday looks set to close its Wellington office. Head of journalism at the University of Canterbury (w:University of Canterbury), Jim Tully says that the closing of the Queenstown newsroom is a big mistake. Current affairs show, Close Up (w:Close Up) will also lose two journalists and a Christchurch producer, but will gain a producer in Auckland. Fair Go (w:Fair Go), consumer affairs show, will lose three senior producers. Breakfast will lose a weather and sports presenter, and a producer. left thumb 200px The Sydney Opera House is a key feature of Sydney's skyline Commons:Category:Christchurch (Image:Opera_house_night.jpg) WikiPedia:Christchurch Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand Canterbury Christchurch


Auckland

travel season between the two destinations, as Canadians escape winter and New Zealand skiers head to the Canadian slopes. 46,000 Canadians visit New Zealand and 16,000 New Zealanders visit Canada each year, starting at the end of this year. Seven general reporting journalists will be leaving, which only leaves six left from the Auckland (w:Auckland) newsroom. Two sports reporting journalists will also be leaving from the Auckland newsroom, leaving six. Accredited parliament reporters also look to face redundancy cuts, as well as reporters from the Christchurch (w:Christchurch) newsroom. As well as people losing their jobs, the Queenstown (w:Queenstown, New Zealand), Wanganui (w:Wanganui) and Rotorua (w:Rotorua) newsrooms will be closed, as well as the news reference library, and the current affairs show, Sunday looks set to close its Wellington office. Head of journalism at the University of Canterbury (w:University of Canterbury), Jim Tully says that the closing of the Queenstown newsroom is a big mistake. Current affairs show, Close Up (w:Close Up) will also lose two journalists and a Christchurch producer, but will gain a producer in Auckland. Fair Go (w:Fair Go), consumer affairs show, will lose three senior producers. Breakfast will lose a weather and sports presenter, and a producer. In New Zealand, Queen Elizabeth II (w:Elizabeth II of New Zealand) is the '' de jure'' head-of-state, holding the title Queen of New Zealand (w:Monarchy in New Zealand), despite having very little actual political influence. Surveys sometimes conducted shows that one in three New Zealanders (w:New Zealanders#Demographics) generally support a republic in New Zealand. Holden, living in Auckland (w:Auckland), New Zealand (w:New Zealand), says that it is a way for New Zealanders to show that New Zealand is truly an independent country, standing on and emphasising our own strong tradition of democracy and politics. "I believe a republic is important to mark New Zealand’s place on the map." Wikipedia:Auckland City commons:Auckland


Beirut

Championship publisher Chesscenter.com date accessdate 2011-12-03 * August 2006, spent three weeks in Beirut and the Bekaa Valley as part of CNN's team covering the Israeli invasion of Lebanon before returning to Iraq. * October 2007, covered the quadrennial Rugby World Cup for CNN Sports, reporting from Marseilles and Paris.


Lebanon

number of nuclear warheads aimed at Israel from Russian and Iran. Coalition troops are supplemented by numerous horses for the benefit of cavalry troops. * August 2006, spent three weeks in Beirut and the Bekaa Valley as part of CNN's team covering the Israeli invasion of Lebanon before returning to Iraq. * October 2007, covered the quadrennial Rugby World Cup for CNN Sports

, reporting from Marseilles and Paris. ALA-LC: ''Muḥāfaẓat Rīf Dimashq''; literally, "Governorate of the Countryside of Damascus") is one of the 14 governorates of Syria. It is situated in the southwestern part of the country. It borders the governorates of Quneitra (Quneitra Governorate), Daraa


Hollywood

, music and sports reporting. Variety radio programs included the most famous Hollywood talent of the day. During the 1920s, radio focused on musical entertainment, the ''Grand Ole Opry'', has been focused on broadcasting country music since it began in 1925. Radio soap operas began in the U.S. in 1930 with ''Painted Dreams''. ''Laurdagsbarnetimen'', a Norwegian children's show, with its premiere in 1924, is still being broadcast weekly, which makes it the longest running radio


Israel

Valley as part of CNN's team covering the Israeli invasion of Lebanon before returning to Iraq. thumb upright Martin Indyk in 1996 (File:Martin Indyk.jpg) '''Martin Sean


France

Louis Gates, Jr., page 2039. Sports journalism is an essential element of any news media organization. Sports journalism includes organizations devoted entirely to sports reporting — newspapers such as ''L'Equipe'' in France, ''La Gazzetta dello Sport'' in Italy, ''Marca (Marca (newspaper))'' in Spain, and the defunct ''Sporting Life (Sporting Life (newspaper))'' in Britain, American magazines such as '' Sports Illustrated

organiser of the Tour de France. L'Auto France at the end of the 19th century was split over the guilt or innocence of a soldier, Alfred Dreyfus, who had been convicted of selling secrets to the Germans. The leading sports paper, ''Le Vélo'' - it sold 80,000 copies a day - mixed sports reporting with news and political comment and stood for Dreyfus's acquittal. Some of the paper's largest advertisers, notably Jules-Albert de Dion and Adolphe Clément


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