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make (the) headlines

To be featured on the headlines of news articles, as due to being particularly important, popular, fashionable, etc. It may not be so tremendous as to make the headlines, but this small change in immigration law could have a huge impact on foreign workers. The pop star made headlines yesterday after his latest run-in with police.
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Here are the other stories making headlines in the Star this morning.
Bank results have been making headlines, which usually means that property companies will be next to announce how they did in the first quarter.
Summary: Ranchi (Jharkhand) [India], December 06 (ANI): After Indian cricket stalwart Mahendra Singh Dhoni; who hails from Ranchi, a milkman's son is making headlines on being selected for India's Under-19 World Cup team.
LONDON (AP) -- After a spell of making headlines for mishaps rather than music, George Michael is coming back with a new album.
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The seven and eight-year-olds had a visit from the paper's public relations executive Paul Clark, who showed the Examiner video Making Headlines. Their latest craze was cutting out pictures of Stop Press mascot Newshound in his various disguises.Pictured are Mrs Catherine Riley and Class 5
Summary: A two-month-old piglet is making headlines in New Zealand for his surfing skills.
reportedly did not change his mind about the surgery because of his fame, since making headlines in the Review-Journal pushed him into the limelight, but rather for health concerns.
Making Headlines: The American Revolution as Seen through the British Press.
Frank Dougan, treasurer of Hibs supporters' association, said: "It's disappointing to see more Hibs players making headlines. We have had enough recently.
And while she IS making headlines, it's not working for her the way she thinks it is.
Nathalie isn't the only disabled female athlete making headlines. Aimee Mullins, a double amputee who has set records in track and field, took over in January as president of the Women's Sports Foundation (womenssportsfoundation.org).
The Great San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906 was still making headlines in January 1907.
A scientist who wowed the world with breakthrough research is now making headlines for faking those experiments.
Global climate change is once again making headlines, but this time with a difference.