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Eurovision News Review:

* Ukraine’s megastar announces hunger strike in support of oppositio…
* Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at esctoday.com | your daily Eurovision…
* Eurovision Entry in Finland Ditches Contest and Radio Airplay…
* Musicals fan Cory wants to see her name in lights
* Fabrizio keeps Maltese (Music)-flag flying high in Scandinavia!
* Tickets left for Lulu’s concert
* Our world-beaters
* Ukraine vote on hold after court ruling | Special reports | Guardian…
* Christmas moves indoors to avoid the rain
* Thousands expected to see Christmas camels
* The Local – Swedish royal family sues German publisher
* The Local – Domestic violence kills 16 women a year

Ukraine’s megastar announces hunger strike in support of oppositio…Jamaica Observer
Announcing her hunger strike, Ruslana tied an orange ribbon, which is Yushchenko’s campaign color, around her head. She called on “European governments to influence the situation in Ukraine by diplomatic means. ”
Ruslana, 26, is Ukraine’s mega star who won the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest in Istanbul, Turkey, with the song Wild Dances. The song was inspired by the folk music and dances of highlanders in the western Carpathian Mountains. The album went platinum in Ukraine selling over 170,000 copies. Shortly after her Eurovision victory, Ukraine’s Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych appointed Ruslana his special adviser for cultural affairs. She never accepted the position… The song was inspired by the folk music and dances of highlanders in the western Carpathian Mountains. The album went platinum in Ukraine selling over 170,000 copies. Shortly after her Eurovision victory, Ukraine’s Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych appointed Ruslana his special adviser for cultural affairs. She never accepted the position. On Friday, Ruslana was preparing for a major solo concert at the Kiev’s Sport Palace, her managers said in a statement posted on her Web site. “At this concert I will not only present my new songs, but I will also support everyone who stood up to protect the truth,” the statement quoted Ruslana as saying. The concert managers also donated 300 free VIP tickets for the opposition protesters.

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at esctoday.com | your daily Eurovision…esctoday.com
She now searches a record company to publish it. Catherine Ferry participated for France in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1976 in the Hague. With her song Un, deux, trois, she reached the second place. The song is still, comparatively speaking, the best scoring, non-winning Eurovision Song Contest-entry… She now searches a record company to publish it. Catherine Ferry participated for France in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1976 in the Hague. With her song Un, deux, trois, she reached the second place. The song is still, comparatively speaking, the best scoring, non-winning Eurovision Song Contest-entry. In 1989, Catherine decided to end her career and focus on the raising of her child. Now that her child is almost 15 years old, she is working on a come-back, Catherine told in an interview on Mona FM, a big radio station in the North of France.

Eurovision Entry in Finland Ditches Contest and Radio Airplay…PR Leap – PR Leap (press release)
"En sista vers’ (A Final Verse) is a European pop ballad which was among the entries for the Finnish national competition for the Eurovision song contest in 2004. The lyrics are in Swedish and deal the loss of a dear friend and the hope of meeting again after death. The current release is to international radio and television only with pending distribution agreements in several countries. More information can be obtained from Hans G. Ånäs or Mr.

Musicals fan Cory wants to see her name in lightsNews & Star
Frizington’s favourite hopes to one day sing in the West End

By Andrea Thompson

JUNIOR Eurovison star Cory Spedding has her sights firmly set on the West End after coming second in the international children’s singing contest in Norway. The 13-year-old, who was mobbed by delighted classmates when she returned to Whitehaven School this week, said she dreams of singing in a big West End musical, particularly her favourite, Les Miserables. Her love of musicals inspired her Eurovision song, The Best Is Yet To Come, which she wrote herself. It scored 140 points in Saturday night’s competition, which saw Cory perform to millions of TV viewers against 17 other young hopefuls from across Europe. Cory’s dad Alan, said: “In all the interviews, they asked Cory if she wanted to be a pop star. She said she would love to sing in the West End. Her main ambition is to work in musicals… Her main ambition is to work in musicals. ”

Although Cory was beaten into second place by Spain’s Maria Isabel with her song, Antes Muerta Que Sencilla (I’d rather be dead than plain), her teacher Jacki Smith said Cory was a real winner: “She was absolutely superb. She is a lovely, lovely young lady and she is a winner as far as we are concerned. She is a beautiful young lady and very talented. ”

Head of year Ms Smith added: “She sang at the school awards evening recently and had all the parents in tears. She does all the plays and musicals and will be doing her song at the last assembly before Christmas. ”

Cory, who was last year’s winner in the News & Star’s Reach for the Stars competition, will also be appearing at Christmas lights switch-on events in Whitehaven, Workington and in her home village of Frizington in coming weeks.

Fabrizio keeps Maltese (Music)-flag flying high in Scandinavia!di-ve.com
se) This means that his video will be now on Swedish television on heavy rotation. The Swedish media has also started to bombard our Maltese Star with interview requests. “OKEY” and “STARLET” — the two leading teeny magazines have interviewed Fabrizio and even Eurovision Interested Media is keen to know everything about him again (it seems especially important nowadays that articles which relate to the Maltese Eurovision Scene have a positive content!

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Tickets left for Lulu’s concertNews & Star
One of the UK’s most successful female artists, the last time the 56-year-old played the city was 39 years ago. Best-known for her chart toppers Shout and Eurovision entry Boom-bang-a-bang, for forty years, the Glaswegian singer has kept the record-buying public coming back for more, playing sell-out tours and bringing out hit after hit. The concert will feature her classic tracks as well as tunes from her latest album Back on Track. The show starts at 7. 30pm and for tickets, call the box office on 01228 625222. Other stories from this category that may
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Our world-beatersIrish Independent
42ft) with a spring-powered air rifle is 1,738 by Christopher Suttey at the GAA club at Tournafulla in Limerick on March 30, 2002. Most skips in 24 hours (individual): Jim Payne skipped a record 141,221 jumps of a rope in 24 hours at City Square, Waterford, from March 26 to 27, 2004. Most successful Eurovision country: The country with the most Eurovision Song Contest wins is Ireland, which has won the event on seven occasions. Most points by an individual in a Six Nations match: The most points scored by an individual in an international championship match is 30 by Ronan O’Gara for Ireland (60) against Italy (13) at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, on March 4, 2000. Most trees planted in one hour: The most trees planted in one hour is 2,000 oak trees and was carried out by 100 people from Balla, Co Mayo, on January 1, 2000. Most veteran tractors ploughing simultaneously: The greatest number of veteran tractors (i.

Ukraine vote on hold after court ruling | Special reports | Guardian…Guardian Unlimited
Markian Bilynskyj, an opposition analyst, said that if the supreme court failed to produce the right result for Mr Yushchenko, his supporters would set about paralysing the country’s communications network. He suggested army units in the west could disrupt pipelines carrying Russian gas and oil to Europe. Ruslana Lezhychko, the Ukrainian winner of the Eurovision song contest, announced a hunger strike in support of the opposition. Hundreds of state TV journalists also began protesting. And last night, approximately 100 members of a police unit went over to the protesters’ side – one of them read a statement of support and the crowd shouted “Good guys!” As the crowd showed no signs of ebbing – despite a temperature of minus 6C – hopes of a political compromise that would satisfy both sides seemed to fade. Mr Yushchenko also ap peared to reject backroom deals saying any negotiations would be “transparent”.

Christmas moves indoors to avoid the rainNews & Star

The big switch-on takes place at 5. Other highlights of the evening include songs by Junior Eurovision star Cory Spedding and Reach For The Stars singer Alana Kessell. Other stories from this category that may
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Thousands expected to see Christmas camelsNews & Star
The light switch on takes place at 5. Junior Eurovision star, Cory Spedding, Reach for the Stars singer Alana Kessell, and local dancers, Spectacular Spectacular will also be entertaining the crowds, and there will be carol singing. A special corral, complete with palm trees, is being set up in Market Place where people can meet the camels. Mrs Cartner is determined to put Whitehaven on the map as the place to shop and eat this Christmas, and has produced 15,000 leaflets listing shops taking part in the Thursday late shopping nights, the town’s eateries, plus events throughout December. “There are great shops and some fantastic places to eat. Everything is right in Whitehaven and there is good parking.

The Local – Swedish royal family sues German publisherThe Local
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The Local – Domestic violence kills 16 women a yearThe Local
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