Must-see MVs

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Batman music vid? Super

Our resident Kiss92 DJ/journo goes batty for The Piano Guys

HIT: (Above) Jon Schmidt (on piano) and Steven Sharp Nelson (on cello) performed a unique medley of Batman music on their YouTube video.
HIT: Jon Schmidt (on piano) and Steven Sharp Nelson (on cello) performed a unique medley of Batman music on their YouTube video (above).
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WENGER: LET'S SHOW HOW GOOD WE ARE

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Straighttothepoint ready to score

Kranji barrier trials

EASY: Straighttothepoint leading all the way in Trial 5 at Kranji yesterday.
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Magneto gears up for Kranji mile

Kranji trackwork

RECORD BREAKER: Magneto winning the Group 3 Committee's Prize last time out in record time.
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Photo exhibition captures the filth and fury of punk

MIDDLE-AGED PISTOLS: (From left) Glen Matlock, Paul Cook (with dog), Johnny Lydon and Steve Jones.
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Blame Ashley for Magpies' malaise

Newcastle have shown no ambition under the retail billionaire since he took over in 2007

Mike Ashley.
FANS' FURORE: Newcastle supporters want manager Alan Pardew out, as their side continued a miserable run of 10 defeats in their last 14 EPL games, after Stoke (in stripes) beat the Magpies 1-0 yesterday.
FANS' FURORE: Newcastle supporters (above) want manager Alan Pardew out, as their side continued a miserable run of 10 defeats in their last 14 EPL games, after Stoke beat the Magpies 1-0 yesterday.
FANS’ FURORE: Newcastle supporters (above) want manager Alan Pardew out, as their side continued a miserable run of 10 defeats in their last 14 EPL games, after Stoke beat the Magpies 1-0 yesterday.
FANS’ FURORE: Newcastle supporters (above) want manager Alan Pardew out, as their side continued a miserable run of 10 defeats in their last 14 EPL games, after Stoke beat the Magpies 1-0 yesterday.
FANS’ FURORE: Newcastle supporters (above) want manager Alan Pardew out, as their side continued a miserable run of 10 defeats in their last 14 EPL games, after Stoke beat the Magpies 1-0 yesterday.
FANS’ FURORE: Newcastle supporters (above) want manager Alan Pardew out, as their side continued a miserable run of 10 defeats in their last 14 EPL games, after Stoke beat the Magpies 1-0 yesterday.
FANS’ FURORE: Newcastle supporters (above) want manager Alan Pardew out, as their side continued a miserable run of 10 defeats in their last 14 EPL games, after Stoke beat the Magpies 1-0 yesterday.
FANS’ FURORE: Newcastle supporters want manager Alan Pardew (above) out, as their side continued a miserable run of 10 defeats in their last 14 EPL games, after Stoke beat the Magpies 1-0 yesterday.
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'K-Pop' under fire

As they talk about Saturday's closing, directors of Asian Games opening ceremony apologise for underwhelming event

Lee Young Ae.
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Women bowlers deliver historic team Asiad gold

"Achieving the historic gold is something I’m really proud of - I'm proud of the whole team." - Coach Remy Ong, on (above, from left) Shayna Ng, Cherie Tan, Joey Yeo, Jazreel Tan, New Hui Fen, and Daphne Tan.

Yesterday, at the Anyang Hogye Gymnasium, Singapore's female bowlers finally got their hands on what they had set their minds on - a first gold in the team event at an Asian Games. 

With 6,119 pinfalls, the quintet of Cherie Tan, Daphne Tan, Shayna Ng, New Hui Fen and Jazreel Tan beat a thus-far dominant South Korean team (6,048) to the finish line, with Indonesia (5,840) a distant third. 

Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 1.

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