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Eurovision News Review:

* Eurovision Tickets for May Final in Athens Sell in 15 Minutes
* Meet The Eurovision Hopefuls
* Vote: Who should sing for the UK at Eurovision 2006?
* Singer banned for drink-driving
* Belgian news in brief, 20 February 2006
* Guess The Year – and win a mug
* The Star Online eCentral – Malaysia Entertainment
* The Local – Sweden increases Palestinian aid
* The Local – Palme’s coat sent for DNA testing

Eurovision Tickets for May Final in Athens Sell in 15 MinutesBloomberg
Tickets for the May 21 finals were sold for as much as 250euros ($298. 7), according to a statement on the Internet site ofTicketStream Hellas, the company in charge of Eurovision sales. Semi-final and dress rehearsal tickets are still for sale. The final for the 51st Eurovision Song Contest will takeplace in the Greek capital after Greek-Swedish singer HelenaPaparizou last year won with “My Number One… 7), according to a statement on the Internet site ofTicketStream Hellas, the company in charge of Eurovision sales. Semi-final and dress rehearsal tickets are still for sale. The final for the 51st Eurovision Song Contest will takeplace in the Greek capital after Greek-Swedish singer HelenaPaparizou last year won with “My Number One. '' It was the firstvictory for Greece since it entered the competition in 1974. TicketStream's site was jammed and knocked out of operationon Feb. 27, the first day tickets became available, as the sitegot more than 3.

Meet The Eurovision HopefulsSky News
The Eurovision Song Contest shenanigans begin this Saturday with hopefuls bidding to become this year’s UK entry. getElementById(obj); if (el.

Vote: Who should sing for the UK at Eurovision 2006?BBC News
The six-strong shortlist is a real mixed bag; with a couple of pop singers, two girls from a Scottish soap, two male solo artists and band of four men. We’ve got a clip of each of the songs, so scroll down and give them a listen or click on the link on the right-hand side, and then vote for your fave.

Singer banned for drink-drivingBBC News
The 24-year-old former Eurovision contestant was stopped by police while driving a convertible Mercedes in London’s West End in December. Police saw others in her car apparently drinking from a bottle of vodka, Bow Street Magistrates’ Court heard. Tests showed she was more than twice the legal limit with 74 micrograms of alcohol per 100 millilitres of breath. As well as the driving ban she was ordered to pay a ?1,000 fine.

Belgian news in brief, 20 February 2006Expatica
Greece has a ratio of 17. Eurovision representative chosen
Katrien Verbeeck (alias Kate Ryan) will represent Belgium at the Eurovision Song Contest in May in Greece. Her bilingual English-French song is called ‘Je t’adore’. The semi-final will be held on 18 May and the final on 20 May. Ryan’s website is at.

Guess The Year – and win a mugBBC News
Use your political nous, your musical knowledge – or even just your memory – and tell us your Guess as to the Year. Latest Programme

We see a Home Secretary using the word “draconian” to describe his own counter-terrorism legislation, a modernising Gaullist taking over as the President of France, and fears of brain damage caused by recreational drugs. And we hear some Eurovision-winning Swedes, a spooky British instrumental
and the end of Bowie’s glam rock period. Update

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The Star Online eCentral – Malaysia EntertainmentMalaysia Star
As a prominent violinist, composer and recording artiste, Maazel has some 300 recordings to his name. Twenty-four-year-old Austrian violinist Baich is regarded as one of the most extraordinary young violinists on the international concert scene today. Born in St Petersburg (her mother is Russian), she won the 1998 Grand Prix d? Eurovision (at the age of 16) with an outstanding performance of the Henry Vieuxtemps Fifth Concerto. The head of the international jury then, the late Lord Yehudi Menuhin, presented her with the title ?European Musician of the Year?. Being much in favour of the classic crossover scene, Maazel invited her to join star tenor Andrea Bocelli on his world tour in 2002. Consequently, she performed with him at London?s Wembley Arena London, the Bercy Paris, and stadium halls on both sides of the Atlantic. The year after she was part of the 10th anniversary of ?Pavarotti and Friends? in Modena, Italy.

The Local – Sweden increases Palestinian aidThe Local
“We regret any mistakes we have made and are prepared to make up for them,” she said. htmlNational–>.

The Local – Palme’s coat sent for DNA testingThe Local
“We regret any mistakes we have made and are prepared to make up for them,” she said. htmlNational–>.

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