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The New Zealand Herald
A real Kiwi holiday in Taupoa holiday town that can still charm the locals says Ewan McDonald. You know ho
A real Kiwi holiday in Taupo
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
a holiday town that can still charm the locals says Ewan McDonald. You know how it is. Sometimes you've just got to get out of town. For a couple of days. Sure, you could fly to Melbourne or Sydney or a South Pacific island — but somehow that... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Lake Taupo: Thrills and spills on offer in tourist meccatest your sporting prowess and get amongst the bustling nightlife. But visitin
Lake Taupo: Thrills and spills on offer in tourist mecca
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
test your sporting prowess and get amongst the bustling nightlife. But visiting the adventure resort does not have to be all go, go, go. Choose your pace and pick from an array of activities, sights and hospitality spots , making for an ideal... Read more
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The Morning Call
Healthful finds at Whole Foodscart will be eliminated. That's because everything sold in the approximately 44
Healthful finds at Whole Foods
The Morning Call / Posted 4 hours ago
cart will be eliminated. That's because everything sold in the approximately 44,000-square-foot store will be made without any artificial preservatives, colors, flavors, sweeteners or hydrogenated fats. "Quality is our distinguishing factor,... Read more
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heraldscotland
Welcome to Trumptonnorth-eastern Pennsylvania that once produced more anthracite coal than anywher
Welcome to Trumpton
heraldscotland / Posted 7 hours ago
north-eastern Pennsylvania that once produced more anthracite coal than anywhere else in the world. The county is traditionally a Democratic stronghold. Vice-President Joe Biden was born down the road in Scranton. Hillary Clinton spent her... Read more
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MPNnow.com
Canandaigua Fire Department history: Niagara St. buildings still stand, despite devastating fires1968 and 1923. From Mark Marentette: Inside the former New York Central Railwa
Canandaigua Fire Department history: Niagara St. buildings still stand, despite devastating fires
MPNnow.com / Posted 8 hours ago
1968 and 1923. From Mark Marentette: Inside the former New York Central Railway Depot, which now houses the Bee Hive Brew Pub, a section of soot-stained brickwork remains as a scar from the blaze that nearly razed the historic structure 48 years... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Bay of Islands: Stepping outWith a panorama of islands, sea and sky laid out in front of me, I admire the v
Bay of Islands: Stepping out
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
With a panorama of islands, sea and sky laid out in front of me, I admire the view from high above Rawhiti and Oke Bay. From here I can see the Cavalli Islands to the north; faint sounds rise from the boats painting white streaks on the blue water in... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Travel insider: Trever Bass, Portlandof natural wonders that make up Oregon. I love flyfishing, backpacking, snowboa
Travel insider: Trever Bass, Portland
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
of natural wonders that make up Oregon. I love flyfishing, backpacking, snowboarding, hiking and surfing. I can enjoy all of these within 1.5 hours of downtown. What do you think of the TV series Portlandia and would your brewery Hopworks... Read more
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Daily Star
GRAPHIC VIDEO: Horny Brits’ VERY public sex hotspots exposedDaily Star Online can reveal the places where horny couples had very public sex
GRAPHIC VIDEO: Horny Brits’ VERY public sex hotspots exposed
Daily Star / Posted 13 hours ago
Daily Star Online can reveal the places where horny couples had very public sex across the UK this summer – and some of them will shock you. Daring doggers shared their favourite romping hotspots on Swinging Heaven UK – which claims to be the number... Read more
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Daily Mirror
5 things we learned from Middlesbrough 1-2 Tottenhamlong to discover their sense of adventure – because when the storm arrived, Tot
5 things we learned from Middlesbrough 1-2 Tottenham
Daily Mirror / Posted 13 hours ago
long to discover their sense of adventure – because when the storm arrived, Tottenham were rocking by the Riverside. Dele Alli had already seen his dipping shot turned over the angle by Victor Valdes when Spurs broke through after only seven... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Manchester's weirdest and most confusing graffitiAh, Manchester: urbane, without being pretentious, creative, without being indu
Manchester's weirdest and most confusing graffiti
Manchester Evening News / Posted 14 hours ago
Ah, Manchester: urbane, without being pretentious, creative, without being indulgent, and what's more there is art every where. Even on the streets. It is NOT those fine examples that we turn our attention to now. Alongside the wonderful, creative... Read more
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express
Terrible Twos DON’T exist and bad parenting is to blame, expert claimsa tantrum. The former teacher and lecturer says taking children to places wher
Terrible Twos DON’T exist and bad parenting is to blame, expert claims
express / Posted 15 hours ago
a tantrum. The former teacher and lecturer says taking children to places where they are unlikely to behave such as the pub or the cinema is partly to blame for the so-called Terrible Twos. Ms Bridge, 65, who provides therapy and counselling... Read more
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metro
Young's pubs are giving out free pints this weekendGet ready. We’ve got some very important news for you. Young’s – you know, the
Young's pubs are giving out free pints this weekend
metro / Posted 15 hours ago
Get ready. We’ve got some very important news for you. Young’s – you know, the people behind more than 250 pubs in the UK – has just turned 185. Happy Birthday, Young’s. To celebrate, they’re not asking for gifts – they’re giving them away. Yup.... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Local Corbyn supporters call for unity after landslide victory 15:19 24 September 2016 Labour members celebrate Corbyn's victory at the Ros
Local Corbyn supporters call for unity after landslide victory
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 16 hours ago
15:19 24 September 2016 Labour members celebrate Corbyn's victory at the Rosebery Jubliant Corbyn supporters and Momentum members celebrated the long-expected victory over challenger... Read more
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metro
15 supposedly weird things Scottish people do that no-one else understandslike shoving entire meals in pies, using an orange beverage as a vodka mixer, h
15 supposedly weird things Scottish people do that no-one else understands
metro / Posted 16 hours ago
like shoving entire meals in pies, using an orange beverage as a vodka mixer, hoyin’ vinegary brown sauce on oor chips and calling our mates the c-word in every other sentence. Here’s just 15 queer – but brilliant – Scottish habits that we find... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Local Corbyn supporters call for unity after landslide victory 15:19 24 September 2016 Labour members celebrate Corbyn's victory at the Ros
Local Corbyn supporters call for unity after landslide victory
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 16 hours ago
15:19 24 September 2016 Labour members celebrate Corbyn's victory at the Rosebery Jubliant Corbyn supporters and Momentum members celebrated the long-expected victory over challenger... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Could rail seating be introduced at Anfield or elsewhere?Liverpool fans have today voiced their opinion on rail seating at football matc
Could rail seating be introduced at Anfield or elsewhere?
Liverpool Echo / Posted 17 hours ago
Liverpool fans have today voiced their opinion on rail seating at football matches. Supporters union, Spirit of Shankly today hosted their AGM at the Cabbage Hall with the proposal of them taking a position on rail seating. Union members packed out... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
The difference between 19 and 38 years old in Test cricketopener, Haseeb Hameed, is an exciting new prospect ready to take on Test cricke
The difference between 19 and 38 years old in Test cricket
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 17 hours ago
opener, Haseeb Hameed, is an exciting new prospect ready to take on Test cricket. Coach Trevor Bayliss quickly rolled out the cliché, "If he's good enough, he's old enough", when challenged on the greenness of Alastair Cook's potential opening... Read more
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Daily Star
Customer outrage as fave pub chain Wetherspoons announces big changeAXED: Wetherspoons is axing its traditional Christmas dinner to customers' outr
Customer outrage as fave pub chain Wetherspoons announces big change
Daily Star / Posted 18 hours ago
AXED: Wetherspoons is axing its traditional Christmas dinner to customers' outrage The budget boozer is set to axe its popular £29.99 three-course Christmas dinner this year, just months after it said it would discontinue its traditional Sunday... Read more
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Variety
Rufus Norris on Moving ‘London Road’ From Stage to Screenfigure in the British stage scene, and one of an increasing number of London-ba
Rufus Norris on Moving ‘London Road’ From Stage to Screen
Variety / Posted 18 hours ago
figure in the British stage scene, and one of an increasing number of London-based stage directors who are carving out a place for themselves in the movie business. Other members of this crossover coterie include Sam Mendes and Stephen... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Airbourne talk drop bears, beer and taxesAirbourne are no strangers to success, and with a review of three and a half st
Airbourne talk drop bears, beer and taxes
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 18 hours ago
Airbourne are no strangers to success, and with a review of three and a half stars out of four by Rolling Stone it looks like the new album is set to be an utter crowd-pleaser. The band are known for their wild antics, heavy drinking and... Read more
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Queensland Times
Airbourne talk drop bears, beer and taxesAirbourne are no strangers to success, and with a review of three and a half st
Airbourne talk drop bears, beer and taxes
Queensland Times / Posted 18 hours ago
Airbourne are no strangers to success, and with a review of three and a half stars out of four by Rolling Stone it looks like the new album is set to be an utter crowd-pleaser. The band are known for their wild antics, heavy drinking and... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Airbourne talk drop bears, beer and taxesAirbourne are no strangers to success, and with a review of three and a half st
Airbourne talk drop bears, beer and taxes
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 19 hours ago
Airbourne are no strangers to success, and with a review of three and a half stars out of four by Rolling Stone it looks like the new album is set to be an utter crowd-pleaser. The band are known for their wild antics, heavy drinking and... Read more
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News Mail
Airbourne talk drop bears, beer and taxesAirbourne are no strangers to success, and with a review of three and a half st
Airbourne talk drop bears, beer and taxes
News Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
Airbourne are no strangers to success, and with a review of three and a half stars out of four by Rolling Stone it looks like the new album is set to be an utter crowd-pleaser. The band are known for their wild antics, heavy drinking and... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Airbourne talk drop bears, beer and taxesAirbourne are no strangers to success, and with a review of three and a half st
Airbourne talk drop bears, beer and taxes
Daily Examiner / Posted 19 hours ago
Airbourne are no strangers to success, and with a review of three and a half stars out of four by Rolling Stone it looks like the new album is set to be an utter crowd-pleaser. The band are known for their wild antics, heavy drinking and... Read more
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Northern Star
Airbourne talk drop bears, beer and taxesAirbourne are no strangers to success, and with a review of three and a half st
Airbourne talk drop bears, beer and taxes
Northern Star / Posted 19 hours ago
Airbourne are no strangers to success, and with a review of three and a half stars out of four by Rolling Stone it looks like the new album is set to be an utter crowd-pleaser. The band are known for their wild antics, heavy drinking and... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Airbourne talk drop bears, beer and taxesAirbourne are no strangers to success, and with a review of three and a half st
Airbourne talk drop bears, beer and taxes
The Daily Mercury / Posted 19 hours ago
Airbourne are no strangers to success, and with a review of three and a half stars out of four by Rolling Stone it looks like the new album is set to be an utter crowd-pleaser. The band are known for their wild antics, heavy drinking and... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Three lucky lottery winners reveal what it's like to scoop the jackpottried to crack but no one's ever been able to give a definitive answer. Brian
Three lucky lottery winners reveal what it's like to scoop the jackpot
Daily Mirror / Posted 19 hours ago
tried to crack but no one's ever been able to give a definitive answer. Brian Caswell, Dean Hardman and Annette Dawson all agreed they were happy before they struck gold, but said the extra cash has made life easier and allowed them to look... Read more
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News.com.au
Ghost communicates to us in Australia’s most haunted pubWOULD you spend the night in Australia’s oldest — and most haunted — pub? If y
Ghost communicates to us in Australia’s most haunted pub
News.com.au / Posted 19 hours ago
WOULD you spend the night in Australia’s oldest — and most haunted — pub? If you believe the countless eyewitness accounts, the spirits present in the historic Sydney watering hole The Hero of Waterloo aren’t only of the alcoholic variety. While I... Read more
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Thame Gazette
Live: Thame Food Festival 2016Bake Off and Jane Devonshire, who won this year’s MasterChef are the headline a
Live: Thame Food Festival 2016
Thame Gazette / Posted 22 hours ago
Bake Off and Jane Devonshire, who won this year’s MasterChef are the headline acts at this year’s annual festival of all things food. Taking pride of place in Thame town centre, the event attracted 20,000 visitors last year. Among the other... Read more
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Aylesbury Today
Live: Thame Food Festival 2016Bake Off and Jane Devonshire, who won this year’s MasterChef are the headline a
Live: Thame Food Festival 2016
Aylesbury Today / Posted 22 hours ago
Bake Off and Jane Devonshire, who won this year’s MasterChef are the headline acts at this year’s annual festival of all things food. Taking pride of place in Thame town centre, the event attracted 20,000 visitors last year. Among the other... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Does winning the lottery really make you happy?and asked the question on everyone’s lips: can money buy you happiness? Brian
Does winning the lottery really make you happy?
Manchester Evening News / Posted 22 hours ago
and asked the question on everyone’s lips: can money buy you happiness? Brian Caswell, Dean Hardman and Annette Dawson all agreed they were happy before they struck gold, but said the extra cash has made life easier and allowed them to look... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Flag favoured by Ku Klux Klan flutters over a north Norfolk pub 07:00 24 September 2016 The Confederate Flag flying outside The Ship Inn, Mu
Flag favoured by Ku Klux Klan flutters over a north Norfolk pub
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted yesterday
07:00 24 September 2016 The Confederate Flag flying outside The Ship Inn, Mundesley. Picture: ALEX HURRELL A pub manager was horrified to find she had been flying the American flag... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Apples and the Ren FestAfter clean-up and lunch, Ross and I went to Holmberg Orchard. I wanted to chec
Apples and the Ren Fest
Marshall Independent / Posted yesterday
After clean-up and lunch, Ross and I went to Holmberg Orchard. I wanted to check out the vendor fair and get my caramel apple fix. OK, the main reason I wanted to go to the vendor fair was to see what LulaRoe clothing was all about, especially the... Read more
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The Courier
Protest called in support of anti-racism campaigner pepper-sprayed by policehas been pepper sprayed after resiting police during a peaceful protest in Melb
Protest called in support of anti-racism campaigner pepper-sprayed by police
The Courier / Posted yesterday
has been pepper sprayed after resiting police during a peaceful protest in Melbourne's CBD. A snap demonstration has been called by supporters of an anti-racism campaigner who was pepper-sprayed by police during a one-man protest in Melbourne's... Read more
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WA Today
Lunch with Ella HooperStanding on the footpath outside The Old Raffles Place in Collingwood, Ella Hoo
Lunch with Ella Hooper
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Standing on the footpath outside The Old Raffles Place in Collingwood, Ella Hooper is focused on her mobile phone. Directly across Johnston Street is the Tote Hotel, a live music mecca and local institution disguised as a grungy pub on the corner of... Read more
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The Age
Lunch with Ella HooperStanding on the footpath outside The Old Raffles Place in Collingwood, Ella Hoo
Lunch with Ella Hooper
The Age / Posted yesterday
Standing on the footpath outside The Old Raffles Place in Collingwood, Ella Hooper is focused on her mobile phone. Directly across Johnston Street is the Tote Hotel, a live music mecca and local institution disguised as a grungy pub on the corner of... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ross O’Carroll-Kelly: ‘No one goes to lectures before Christmas’Ronan looks at me crooked. “A pint?” he goes. “It’s midday, Rosser.” Oh, it’s
Ross O’Carroll-Kelly: ‘No one goes to lectures before Christmas’
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
Ronan looks at me crooked. “A pint?” he goes. “It’s midday, Rosser.” Oh, it’s all ahead of him. I’m there, “You’re a student now, Ro - live a little.” Speaking of which, I’m disappointed to see that the bor is pretty much empty? ”When I went... Read more
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The Irish Times
I Could Have Been a Dancer, by Sean Tannerof a hangover. I mean seriously, if somebody so much as looks at me wrong, I’m
I Could Have Been a Dancer, by Sean Tanner
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
of a hangover. I mean seriously, if somebody so much as looks at me wrong, I’m liable to burst into tears and run screaming out to the van, then drive the fucking thing straight into the sea. Seriously, it’s that bad. I’m already cringing because... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Lunch with Ella HooperStanding on the footpath outside The Old Raffles Place in Collingwood, Ella Hoo
Lunch with Ella Hooper
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Standing on the footpath outside The Old Raffles Place in Collingwood, Ella Hooper is focused on her mobile phone. Directly across Johnston Street is the Tote Hotel, a live music mecca and local institution disguised as a grungy pub on the corner of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Lunch with Ella HooperStanding on the footpath outside The Old Raffles Place in Collingwood, Ella Hoo
Lunch with Ella Hooper
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Standing on the footpath outside The Old Raffles Place in Collingwood, Ella Hooper is focused on her mobile phone. Directly across Johnston Street is the Tote Hotel, a live music mecca and local institution disguised as a grungy pub on the corner of... Read more
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The Border Mail
Protest called in support of anti-racism campaigner pepper-sprayed by policehas been pepper sprayed after resiting police during a peaceful protest in Melb
Protest called in support of anti-racism campaigner pepper-sprayed by police
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
has been pepper sprayed after resiting police during a peaceful protest in Melbourne's CBD. A snap demonstration has been called by supporters of an anti-racism campaigner who was pepper-sprayed by police during a one-man protest in Melbourne's... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Jesus & Beer: Religious groups combine faith, cold brewsGallery: Jesus and beer: Religious groups combine faith, cold brews Angela Cad
Jesus & Beer: Religious groups combine faith, cold brews
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted yesterday
Gallery: Jesus and beer: Religious groups combine faith, cold brews Angela Caddell started struggling with her Christianity 14 years ago when she came out as gay. But a gathering at a bar to talk faith over a cold beer once a month is helping her... Read more
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The Irish Times
Summer’s over. But festival season isn’tboost to towns across Ireland. Here, six organisers of “shoulder season” festiv
Summer’s over. But festival season isn’t
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
boost to towns across Ireland. Here, six organisers of “shoulder season” festivals explain why they prefer to operate outside the main tourist season. Ray Blackwell, Clonakilty International Guitar Festival “This is the 12th year of the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Life after prison: one man's story29, 1990, he grabbed his rifle and went for a walk. It was cloudy and still on
Life after prison: one man's story
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
29, 1990, he grabbed his rifle and went for a walk. It was cloudy and still on the streets of Ingleburn, in Sydney's south-west. An almost-full moon cast a cool blue glow on the cars and lawns. At 22, Samson was already a seasoned criminal:... Read more
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The Young Witness
Life after prison: one man's story29, 1990, he grabbed his rifle and went for a walk. It was cloudy and still on
Life after prison: one man's story
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
29, 1990, he grabbed his rifle and went for a walk. It was cloudy and still on the streets of Ingleburn, in Sydney's south-west. An almost-full moon cast a cool blue glow on the cars and lawns. At 22, Samson was already a seasoned criminal:... Read more
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The Irish Times
The Ox meets the Rabbit in New YorkThe ingredients are for Ox Meets the Rabbit, the mother of all pop-up diners. O
The Ox meets the Rabbit in New York
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
The ingredients are for Ox Meets the Rabbit, the mother of all pop-up diners. Over two nights next week, Belfast boys (and a Belfast-based Frenchman) will take Manhattan with an idea that almost fell through the crack of Facebook’s messaging... Read more
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Western Advocate
Life after prison: one man's story29, 1990, he grabbed his rifle and went for a walk. It was cloudy and still on
Life after prison: one man's story
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
29, 1990, he grabbed his rifle and went for a walk. It was cloudy and still on the streets of Ingleburn, in Sydney's south-west. An almost-full moon cast a cool blue glow on the cars and lawns. At 22, Samson was already a seasoned criminal:... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Life after prison: one man's story29, 1990, he grabbed his rifle and went for a walk. It was cloudy and still on
Life after prison: one man's story
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
29, 1990, he grabbed his rifle and went for a walk. It was cloudy and still on the streets of Ingleburn, in Sydney's south-west. An almost-full moon cast a cool blue glow on the cars and lawns. At 22, Samson was already a seasoned criminal:... Read more
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Manning River Times
Life after prison: one man's story29, 1990, he grabbed his rifle and went for a walk. It was cloudy and still on
Life after prison: one man's story
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
29, 1990, he grabbed his rifle and went for a walk. It was cloudy and still on the streets of Ingleburn, in Sydney's south-west. An almost-full moon cast a cool blue glow on the cars and lawns. At 22, Samson was already a seasoned criminal:... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Life after prison: one man's story29, 1990, he grabbed his rifle and went for a walk. It was cloudy and still on
Life after prison: one man's story
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
29, 1990, he grabbed his rifle and went for a walk. It was cloudy and still on the streets of Ingleburn, in Sydney's south-west. An almost-full moon cast a cool blue glow on the cars and lawns. At 22, Samson was already a seasoned criminal:... Read more
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