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    The first snowboard

    If you snowboard, having a go on a “Snurfer” is the equivalent of teeing off at St Andrews. To the layman it may look like aChris Moran

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    Austria’s biggest party: the 75th Hahnenkamm

    If knees really knocked, mine must have been reverberating around the Kitzbühel valley. I was about to ski the most fearedArnie Wilson

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    It’s a record: 30 years of Wham’s ‘Last Christmas’

    Few other resorts can compete with St Moritz’s winter sports heritage but one Swiss village is marking a rather differentTom Robbins

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    Rightwing groups muscle in on Ukraine election

    ...addressed voter concerns that the party’s symbol resembles a swastika. It is a letter “I” over imposed over an “N” and stands for National Idea, he said. “European countries long ago established themselves as countries and forget...Roman Olearchyk in Kiev

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    Cameron’s overreaction to a modest EU matter

    Britain has picked many fights with its European partners at EU summits over the past decades. Few have been as tense as

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    Goldman Sachs targets alumni to boost women vice-presidents

    Calling all Goldman Sachs old girls: your former employer needs you. The US bank wants to hire more senior women and isHarriet Agnew, City Correspondent

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    O’Leary lands five-year deal at Ryanair

    Michael O’Leary, the outspoken head of Ryanair, has signed a contract keeping him at the helm of Europe’s fastest growingPeggy Hollinger

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    Savers need ‘second line of defence’

    Regulators are being urged to bolster consumer safeguards ahead of the roll-out of radical reforms which will liberalise theJosephine Cumbo, Pensions Correspondent

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    Paper self-assessment deadline approaches

    Taxpayers who self-assess have only days to file their paper tax returns for the 2013/14 tax year ahead of the October 31Adam Palin

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    London property price growth cools

    London’s housing market is cooling after 18 months of uninterrupted growth, according to a new index of house prices. TheJames Pickford

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