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Keli Lane’s lover ‘unaware of pregnancies’

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

A FOOTBALLER who had regular sex with the girlfriend he loved, Keli Lane, had no idea she had given birth to two babies during their relationship, a jury has been told.

Duncan Gillies also said that more than a year after he had broken off the relationship, he and his future wife had confronted Lane after being told she had named him as the father of a third baby in 1999.

“There was a time during that meeting where Keli was certainly different from the Keli I knew,” he told the New South Wales Supreme Court jury.

“Keli was going through several stages of denial and acceptance. It might sound crazy but at one stage, her eyes rolled over in the back of her head.”

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Missing Kiesha knew life’s harsh cruelty

Wednesday, August 4th, 2010

A TRAGIC picture of little Kiesha Abrahams’ life was emerging yesterday as homicide police joined the search for the missing six-year-old.

Police sources revealed that, as a toddler, Kiesha was admitted to a western Sydney hospital with a bite wound inflicted by an adult.

The injury suffered by the pretty blue-eyed girl was yesterday described by a source as a “significant bite wound”.

It has also emerged that Kiesha was known to numerous government departments, such as education and health.

But most of the harrowing details of her life cannot be reported for legal reasons.

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Fears for missing Keisha Abrahams

Monday, August 2nd, 2010

A SIX-year-old girl who vanished from her home after being tucked into bed may have been abducted.

Police hold grave fears for Kiesha Abrahams, who has not been seen since being put to bed on Saturday at 9.30pm (AEST).

The front door to the family’s unit in Hebersham, in Sydney’s west, was unlocked meaning Kiesha may have “walked off”.

Kiesha’s mother realised at 10am yesterday her daughter was missing and rang police.

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wow that is interesting!

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010
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A STRIP of land on Africa’s southern coast became a last refuge for the band of early humans who survived an ice age that wiped out the species elsewhere, scientists maintain.

The land, referred to by researchers as “the garden of Eden,” may have been the only part of Africa to remain continuously habitable during the ice age that began about 195,000 years ago.

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  • Scientists: Veritable Garden of Eden Helped Humans Survive Ice Age (
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Holy Communion to be offered on Twitter

Monday, July 26th, 2010

A retired British Methodist minister is gathering Twitter followers after announcing he will use the social networking site to conduct Holy Communion.

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