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Dana’s call ruined it for us, say West Pro-Lifers


Eurovision News Review:

* Transvestite Sisters stir Eurovision storm
* Art of making business at CeBIT
* KPNQwest to Stream Eurovision Song Contest
* Dana’s call ruined it for us, say West Pro-Lifers
* Irish vote in abortion referendum
* Baton relay heralds Jubilee Games
* Country diary: butterfly sighting

Transvestite Sisters stir Eurovision stormBBC News
Since 17 February when Sestre, or Sisters as the trio call themselves, won the Slovene Eurosong competition, the whole country has been divided. There have been protests in the capital, Ljubjlana, with anti-gay and gay activists taking to the streets, and questions have been asked in the national parliament.

Art of making business at CeBITCNN International
To say nothing of the huge displays of printers! The exhibitors all try to outdo each other for the biggest and brassiest. This year Siemens seems to have outshone the others. Several dancers wearing some extraordinary silver space outfits gyrated their way through a tuneful ditty — “Siemens Be Inspired” — that sounded like a refugee from the Eurovision Song Contest. This might not be the Royal Ballet either, but the choreographer “Felix” makes no apology for giving up finer dance for commerce. If we live on just art we will not be living. We will be surviving,” he said.

KPNQwest to Stream Eurovision Song ContestArticle Central
com), a pan-European data communications
and hosting company, has announced an agreement with the Estonian national
public broadcaster to provide the content delivery services and backbone
infrastructure for the Eurovision Song Contest (. The event,
now in its 46th year, is scheduled to take place on May 25 May in Tallinn,
Estonia.

Dana’s call ruined it for us, say West Pro-LifersIrish Independent
A clear divide has now opened between the Pro-Life movement and the Dana camp after the former Eurovision winner and MEP announced she was voting No. Dana, who lives just outside Galway city, had refused to meet with local Pro-Lifers, according to one campaigner in the West. Galway For Life spokeswoman Eilis Grealy said Dana’s intervention in the debate was “very significant. ” On the decision of Dana and other Pro-Life individuals to vote No, Ms Grealy said she hoped they now had a Plan B. “We are very disappointed with the result.

Irish vote in abortion referendumBBC News
Mr Ahern’s minority coalition is dependent on the support of independent pro-life members of parliament. But the campaign has revealed great divisions within the pro-life camp and showed what a legally complex issue abortion in Ireland is. While the powerful Catholic Church is urging people to back the government proposal, others like the former Eurovision song contest winner Dana Rosemary Scallon, argue that the referendum will not protect the unborn. That is because human life is defined as not from the moment of conception but several days later at the moment of implantation.

Baton relay heralds Jubilee GamesBBC News
The baton was passed between other sports stars as they made their way down The Mall, including Olympic champion rower Sir Steve Redgrave; footballing legends Sir Bobby Charlton; Olympic hurdler Sally Gunnell; and gold medal curler Rhona Martin. Actress Claire Sweeney, conductor Mark Elder and Eurovision song contest entrant Jessica Garlick also attended the launch. The official Games anthem Ain’t No Stopping Us Now, fireworks from the roof of Buckingham Palace and the release of hundreds of balloons completed the official send-off. Click here to see a map of the baton’s world route

The baton was taken to the launch of the 10-kilometre British Golden Jubilee Open Road Race in Trafalgar Square in London. The race came not only on Commonwealth Day, but exactly six months after the 11 September terrorist attacks in New York. The band of the Welsh Guards and fire-fighters from New York were present at the start of the race, and led a minute’s silence to remember the victims.

Country diary: butterfly sightingTelegraph.co.uk
What is the point of going to a press briefing when the minister will not answer questions? I did not realise that a press briefing under Labour means just that – “brief”. Apparently, Mr Michael says that as part of the hunting consultation there will be three days of cross-examination of witnesses in September. I have now asked to be one of the witnesses. Following my encounter with the rural emperor, I think I have more chance of winning the Eurovision Song Contest.

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