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COMMON INTEREST ... Traders Norjani Abd Ghani (front) and Yusnari Mokhtar looking through the BarisanNasional manifesto at the ChowKit market in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. The manifestowas launched on Saturday night by PrimeMinister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak.

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Actor’s ‘divorceauction’ netsmillions SYDNEY: Hollywood actor Russell Crowe’s unusual “divorce auction” of personal items and movie memorabilia, including Gladiator props and a leather jockstrap he wore in Cinderella Man , exceeded expectations and raked in millions of dollars for the Australian star. Some of Crowe’s collection of artwork also went under the ham- mer, with “The Suitor” by Austral- ian painter Charles Blackman going for AS$360,000 (RM1.07 million), along with sports memorabilia and jewellery he had given to his ex-wife actress Danielle Spencer. The Sotheby’s sale of more than 200 items titled “Russell Crowe: The Art of Divorce”, was held on Saturday on his 54th birthday and brought in A$3.7 million. Among the items that were

fiercely contested was a fully func- tioning replica Roman chariot from Gladiator, that was estimated to fetch up to AS$10,000 but went for AS$65,000. Crowe made a surprise appear- ance at the auction ahead of bid- ding for a 1890 violin created by Italian craftsman Leandro Bisiach Snr, that sold for AS$135,000. – AFP

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