Villegas wins Wyndham by one stroke

Camilo Villegas.
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Techie hooked by online crook

IT manager loses over $1k to scammer 'selling' mobile phones

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SCAMMERS KEEP CHANGING TACTICS

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He was shot at least 6 times

US police clash with protesters over black teen killed by cop. Autopsy report says:

DEAD: A button with a picture of Mr Michael Brown, who was killed by police.
MASKED: Police advance through a cloud of tear gas toward demonstrators.
PROTESTER: A woman's is face doused with milk after being tear gassed.
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Fandi's wake-up call to the LionsXII

INJURED: Khairul Amri (far right) has a fractured cheekbone, while Baihakki Khaizan hurt his shoulder against Juventus last Saturday.
INJURED: Khairul Amri has a fractured cheekbone, while Baihakki Khaizan (above) hurt his shoulder against Juventus last Saturday.

No Khairul Amri, and maybe no Baihakki Khaizan.

Tonight, the LionsXII will take on defending champions Pahang in their second Malaysia Cup game at Jalan Besar knowing that a win will be crucial, with three away games still to come.

And they will have to do that without their top scorer Amri (seven goals) and possibly their most experienced defender.

Coach Fandi Ahmad told The New Paper yesterday the young players have to step up not just to salvage a disappointing season where they finished eighth in the Malaysian Super League, but also to fight for their future with the club.

Read the full report in our print edition on Aug 19. Subscribe to The New Paper, now available in print and digital, at http://bit.ly/tnpeshop.

Sufian under the spotlight

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Supreme All Blacks

System and culture will see New Zealand continue remarkable dominance of rugby

TRADITION: New Zealand All Blacks players (above) performing the "Haka" before their Test match against the Australian Wallabies last Saturday.
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Home in all its imperfections

PERFECTION IS BORING: Chief judge Tay Kay Chin picked this as his winning picture because of its imperfections.
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Sensitive documents stolen in Paris attack

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While mum's away, dad will play housekeeper

HAPPY: Mr Christopher Pang (left) and his wife Ms Julie Goh.
HAPPY: Mr Christopher Pang and his wife Ms Julie Goh and with their three sons (from left) Matthew, Marcus and Michael.

A new TV series, Mom's Time Out, premieres Aug 28 at 9pm on Lifetime (StarHub TV Ch 514).

Featuring three families from Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines, they document how the dads cope with the family while mom's on holiday.

Singaporean couple, Mr Christopher Pang and Ms Julie Goh, learnt a lot about coping without the other after 14 years of marriage.

Read the full report in our print edition on Aug 19.

Subscribe to The New Paper, now available in print and digital, at http://bit.ly/tnpeshop.

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