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Otago Daily Times
St Clair takes healthy leadcrowned Otago senior champion John McIntee beat Oamaru's Gary Creedy by 3 and 2
St Clair takes healthy lead
Otago Daily Times / Posted 2 hours ago
crowned Otago senior champion John McIntee beat Oamaru's Gary Creedy by 3 and 2, while Ben Turner beat promising John MacKay by 5 and 4. For North Otago, Simon Hollyer and Scott Clark posted wins by 2 and 1 and two up respectively. Chisholm... Read more
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Scotsman
SNP’s cycling ‘vision’ is now impossible, say campaignerscycling ‘vision’ is now impossible, say campaigners Cycle group hit out at SNPs
SNP’s cycling ‘vision’ is now impossible, say campaigners
Scotsman / Posted 5 hours ago
cycling ‘vision’ is now impossible, say campaigners Cycle group hit out at SNPs vision for raising bike journeys. Picture: Andrew O'Brien The SNP’s ambition to have one in ten journeys made by bike within four years is now “impossible” at any... Read more
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WTOK-TV Meridian
MSU's McBride Now Owns World’s Fastest Time This Year In 800m Runhonors with his a personal-best run of 3:53.35, three seconds better than his p
MSU's McBride Now Owns World’s Fastest Time This Year In 800m Run
WTOK-TV Meridian / Posted 8 hours ago
honors with his a personal-best run of 3:53.35, three seconds better than his previous mark. It was also a good day for Andrew Monagham in the 3000m run, as he posted a mark of 8:29.55 to claim medalist honors. Also finishing tops was the 4x400... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Gold and silver for NZ at Sailing World CupMaloney and Molly Meech - 49erFX 11th Gemma Jones and Jason Saunders - Nacra 1
Gold and silver for NZ at Sailing World Cup
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
Maloney and Molly Meech - 49erFX 11th Gemma Jones and Jason Saunders - Nacra 17 11th Sara Winther - Laser Radial 12th Andrew Murdoch - Finn 17th Erica Dawson and Ellie Copeland - 49erFX 20th Andrew McKenzie - Laser 23rd Olivia Mackay and... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
An uphill battle for our healthMACKAY residents are more likely to take their own lives or die of avoidable di
An uphill battle for our health
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
MACKAY residents are more likely to take their own lives or die of avoidable diseases caused by smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdesk analysis of public health data shows the long-term... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Captain happy with representative sideRUGBY UNION: Allegiances to club teams have been put aside with Mackay's top pl
Captain happy with representative side
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
RUGBY UNION: Allegiances to club teams have been put aside with Mackay's top players coming together to represent our region. The Mackay Stingers will be field three teams during the North Queensland Championships beginning tommorow at 7pm in... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Masked offender sentenced to jailA MASKED man who fired shots into a house to settle an $80,000 drug debt has be
Masked offender sentenced to jail
The Daily Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
A MASKED man who fired shots into a house to settle an $80,000 drug debt has been jailed. Andrew James Ifield, 25, of Walkerston, appeared in Mackay Magistrates Court on 28 charges, including discharging a weapon in a public place, unlawful... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Cutters need to expect the unexpected when facing the Jetsis the approach Cutters' winger Jordan Pereira will have ahead of tomorrow nigh
Cutters need to expect the unexpected when facing the Jets
The Daily Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
is the approach Cutters' winger Jordan Pereira will have ahead of tomorrow night's game. The Absolute Enterprises Mackay Cutters will face the Ipswich Jets kicking off tomorrow night at 7pm at BB Print Stadium Mackay. "The Jets play a... Read more
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Queensland Times
Proven performers lead Ipswich men at state titlescrossover games after their first three matches. This year, Ipswich tackles To
Proven performers lead Ipswich men at state titles
Queensland Times / Posted 3 days ago
crossover games after their first three matches. This year, Ipswich tackles Toowoomba, Townsville, Brisbane, Cairns and Mackay. The top two qualifiers play a grand final on Monday. While having a disrupted lead-up, Burns is confident his team... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Rock n rissolescan make their own rissoles at home and come and cook them here." Pat O'Drisco
Rock n rissoles
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 4 days ago
can make their own rissoles at home and come and cook them here." Pat O'Driscoll, Superintendent Mr Ron Van Saane, Dr Andrew Russell, ABC radio Jacquie Mackay and butcher Dave Dwyer are on hand to taste and judge the best rissole. The winner... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Man appears in court on six charges after Anzac Day incidentA MAN appeared in Mackay Magistrates Court this morning on six charges relating
Man appears in court on six charges after Anzac Day incident
The Daily Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
A MAN appeared in Mackay Magistrates Court this morning on six charges relating to an incident on Anzac Day. Mark Andrew Francis is charged with one count of grievous bodily harm while armed, one count of grievous bodily harm, one count of... Read more
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The Courier
On this day in Ballarat | April 27Dancing Championships (part of Royal South Street) at Grammar' Performing Arts
On this day in Ballarat | April 27
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
Dancing Championships (part of Royal South Street) at Grammar' Performing Arts Centre. L-R Shkara Rantall(8), Ebony Mackay (9), Rebecca Kelly (9). 2002 - BFL under-14.5, East V Lakers: East Corey Quinlan. 2002 - BFL representative team's... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Cutters ready for Friday night footballRUGBY LEAGUE: "Anything could happen with Ipswich". Those are the words of Mac
Cutters ready for Friday night football
The Daily Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
RUGBY LEAGUE: "Anything could happen with Ipswich". Those are the words of Mackay Cutters coach David Simpson. The Cutters play the Ipswich Jets on Friday night at home and have named a relatively similar side to last weekend. Andy Gay comes into... Read more
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The Courier Mail
NRL lowdown: Who’s firing, who’s failing?his strong form. Adam Blair is facing a one-week suspension for a high tackle o
NRL lowdown: Who’s firing, who’s failing?
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
his strong form. Adam Blair is facing a one-week suspension for a high tackle on Rabbitohs halfback Adam Reynolds. Andrew McCullough is also out for six weeks with a hamstring injury.Ben Hunt was in great touch for the Broncos. Picture:... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
NRL lowdown: Who’s firing, who’s failing?his strong form. Adam Blair is facing a one-week suspension for a high tackle o
NRL lowdown: Who’s firing, who’s failing?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
his strong form. Adam Blair is facing a one-week suspension for a high tackle on Rabbitohs halfback Adam Reynolds. Andrew McCullough is also out for six weeks with a hamstring injury.Ben Hunt was in great touch for the Broncos. Picture:... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Classy Motorised takes out the Yeppoon Cup as an outsider56kg. Mim's Poet ran to script as young Zoe White barely moved on her before c
Classy Motorised takes out the Yeppoon Cup as an outsider
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 6 days ago
56kg. Mim's Poet ran to script as young Zoe White barely moved on her before coasting home a three-length winner over the Andrew Suli-trained Crunch Time (Nicole Vuille, $11). Mim's Poet's trainer Peter Fleming had an earlier winner with Madam... Read more
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The Courier
Litbits April 30 2016Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanbe
Litbits April 30 2016
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanberra.com.au. May 1: ANU academic Dr Andrew Kipi's book China and Postsocialist Anthropology: Theorising Power and Society after Communism will be launched by... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Litbits April 30 2016Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanbe
Litbits April 30 2016
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanberra.com.au. May 1: ANU academic Dr Andrew Kipi's book China and Postsocialist Anthropology: Theorising Power and Society after Communism will be launched by... Read more
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The Young Witness
Litbits April 30 2016Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanbe
Litbits April 30 2016
The Young Witness / Posted 7 days ago
Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanberra.com.au. May 1: ANU academic Dr Andrew Kipi's book China and Postsocialist Anthropology: Theorising Power and Society after Communism will be launched by... Read more
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Western Advocate
Litbits April 30 2016Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanbe
Litbits April 30 2016
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanberra.com.au. May 1: ANU academic Dr Andrew Kipi's book China and Postsocialist Anthropology: Theorising Power and Society after Communism will be launched by... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Litbits April 30 2016Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanbe
Litbits April 30 2016
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 days ago
Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanberra.com.au. May 1: ANU academic Dr Andrew Kipi's book China and Postsocialist Anthropology: Theorising Power and Society after Communism will be launched by... Read more
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Manning River Times
Litbits April 30 2016Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanbe
Litbits April 30 2016
Manning River Times / Posted 7 days ago
Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanberra.com.au. May 1: ANU academic Dr Andrew Kipi's book China and Postsocialist Anthropology: Theorising Power and Society after Communism will be launched by... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Litbits April 30 2016Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanbe
Litbits April 30 2016
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 7 days ago
Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanberra.com.au. May 1: ANU academic Dr Andrew Kipi's book China and Postsocialist Anthropology: Theorising Power and Society after Communism will be launched by... Read more
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The North West Star
Litbits April 30 2016Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanbe
Litbits April 30 2016
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanberra.com.au. May 1: ANU academic Dr Andrew Kipi's book China and Postsocialist Anthropology: Theorising Power and Society after Communism will be launched by... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Litbits April 30 2016Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanbe
Litbits April 30 2016
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanberra.com.au. May 1: ANU academic Dr Andrew Kipi's book China and Postsocialist Anthropology: Theorising Power and Society after Communism will be launched by... Read more
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The Border Mail
Litbits April 30 2016Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanbe
Litbits April 30 2016
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanberra.com.au. May 1: ANU academic Dr Andrew Kipi's book China and Postsocialist Anthropology: Theorising Power and Society after Communism will be launched by... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Litbits April 30 2016Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanbe
Litbits April 30 2016
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
Less, about the prospects of young Australians. $10 includes a drink. musecanberra.com.au. May 1: ANU academic Dr Andrew Kipi's book China and Postsocialist Anthropology: Theorising Power and Society after Communism will be launched by... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Gallery: Your Anzac Day legendsto Australia in October 1918. At the going down of the sun and in the morning.
Gallery: Your Anzac Day legends
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
to Australia in October 1918. At the going down of the sun and in the morning. We will remember them.Flight Sergeant Andrew 'Mung' Perry "Mung lost his battle with PTSD four months ago; he will be in our thoughts this Anzac Day." Andrew... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Thousands of New Zealanders pay their respects to those who fought at Gallipolifamily brought up him to the Hamilton service for a change. Mr Falconer's Hami
Thousands of New Zealanders pay their respects to those who fought at Gallipoli
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
family brought up him to the Hamilton service for a change. Mr Falconer's Hamilton-based daughter Fleur Fink, her husband Andrew Fink and their two daughters Alexis, 8, and Ashlyn, 5, were there supporting him along with Mrs Fink's other... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Every single movie coming out this summerhe is carjacked and left naked in the desert. With T.J. Miller, Thomas Middledi
Every single movie coming out this summer
Los Angeles Times / Posted 7 days ago
he is carjacked and left naked in the desert. With T.J. Miller, Thomas Middleditch, Adam Pally. Written by Mike Gagerman, Andrew Waller and Scot Armstrong; directed by Armstrong. Focus World A young writer's encounter with a mysterious woman... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Scotland should set up alternative to UK honours systemare recognised by the society which hands out a series of awards for contributi
Scotland should set up alternative to UK honours system
EveningTimes Online / Posted 7 days ago
are recognised by the society which hands out a series of awards for contribution to Scottish life, including the coveted Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun Awards, previously won by Donald Dewar, George Davie, Dolinna MacLennan, Robin Jenkins, George... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scotland should set up alternative to UK honours systemare recognised by the society which hands out a series of awards for contributi
Scotland should set up alternative to UK honours system
heraldscotland / Posted 7 days ago
are recognised by the society which hands out a series of awards for contribution to Scottish life, including the coveted Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun Awards, previously won by Donald Dewar, George Davie, Dolinna MacLennan, Robin Jenkins, George... Read more
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heraldscotland
'Scotland should set up alternative to discredited UK honours system'are recognised by the society which hands out a series of awards for contributi
'Scotland should set up alternative to discredited UK honours system'
heraldscotland / Posted 8 days ago
are recognised by the society which hands out a series of awards for contribution to Scottish life, including the coveted Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun Awards, previously won by Donald Dewar, George Davie, Dolinna MacLennan, Robin Jenkins, George... Read more
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Scotsman
Cyclists demand more funding from Holyrood for active traveloutside the Holyrood building in Edinburgh, has been hailed by organisers as th
Cyclists demand more funding from Holyrood for active travel
Scotsman / Posted 8 days ago
outside the Holyrood building in Edinburgh, has been hailed by organisers as the biggest demonstration yet. Picture: Andrew O'Brien THOUSANDS of cyclists have taken part in a large bike ride and rally to campaign for a better and safer... Read more
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Kiama Independent
NAB Challenge 2016: week one squadsTutt, 23. Jacob Weitering, 24. Mark Whiley, 30. Charlie Curnow, 31. Matthew Dic
NAB Challenge 2016: week one squads
Kiama Independent / Posted 8 days ago
Tutt, 23. Jacob Weitering, 24. Mark Whiley, 30. Charlie Curnow, 31. Matthew Dick, 32. Nick Graham, 33. Andrejs Everitt, 34. Andrew Phillips, 35. Ed Curnow, 37. Daniel Gorringe, 38. Ciaran Byrne, 39. Dale Thomas, 40. Michael Jamison, 41. Levi... Read more
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Char-Koosta News
Polson Middle School Honor RollCameron Flannery, Carly Garrick, Zenash Groves, David Illiff, Braedon Illiff, C
Polson Middle School Honor Roll
Char-Koosta News / Posted 9 days ago
Cameron Flannery, Carly Garrick, Zenash Groves, David Illiff, Braedon Illiff, Cole Jensen, Cade Lanier, Kaidence Mackay, Hunter Purphy, Alexander Muzquiz, Euan Newell, Turqouise Pierre, Philip Reed, Mason Smith, Annabelle Thingelstad,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Litbits: April 23, 2016by Irma Gold. It's a story about the dark side of a country town. RSVP telephon
Litbits: April 23, 2016
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
by Irma Gold. It's a story about the dark side of a country town. RSVP telephone 6295 6723. May 1: ANU academic Dr Andrew Kipi's book China and Postsocialist Anthropology: Theorising Power and Society after Communism will be launched at the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
93% of the Great Barrier Reef has been damaged by coral bleachingand found just 68 reefs (7%) escaped bleaching entirely. More moderate bleachin
93% of the Great Barrier Reef has been damaged by coral bleaching
Irish Examiner / Posted 9 days ago
and found just 68 reefs (7%) escaped bleaching entirely. More moderate bleaching was found on the Reef between Cairns and Mackay. This video by Mike McWilliam for ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies shows a bleached Porites (or... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Kinlyside confident of Cutters victoryLEAGUE: Ryan Kinlyside is a busy man. He combines working as a carpenter with
Kinlyside confident of Cutters victory
The Daily Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
LEAGUE: Ryan Kinlyside is a busy man. He combines working as a carpenter with Woollam Constructions and playing with the Mackay Cutters. The front-rower has found a bit of form for the team and is confident of a win against Tweed Heads Seagulls... Read more
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The Courier
BFL and CHFL line-upsHealy, Ben McInneny HB: Jesse Flannery, Joseph Redfern, Tom Donoghue C: Reece
BFL and CHFL line-ups
The Courier / Posted 10 days ago
Healy, Ben McInneny HB: Jesse Flannery, Joseph Redfern, Tom Donoghue C: Reece Wood, Grant Valles, Joshua Burgess HF: Andrew Duhau, Jesse McInneny, Dwain Sanderson F: Alik Magin, Jack Sullivan, Mathew Medcraft R: David Kovacevic, Nathan... Read more
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Norwich City FC
Significant results on this day over the course of Norwich City's historyto help their promotion push in the Championship, Paul Lambert's Canaries storm
Significant results on this day over the course of Norwich City's history
Norwich City FC / Posted 10 days ago
to help their promotion push in the Championship, Paul Lambert's Canaries stormed to a famous 5-1 triumph at Portman Road. Andrew Surman kicked off the scoring after 13 minutes before Town defender Gareth McAuley turned the ball into his own net... Read more
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WA Today
An epic journey for men to talk about emotionssometimes with the best of intentions, to mutate their emotional suffering into
An epic journey for men to talk about emotions
WA Today / Posted 11 days ago
sometimes with the best of intentions, to mutate their emotional suffering into anger," wrote Professor of cultural studies Andrew Reiner in a recent piece about teaching men emotional honesty. They are also taught to mutate their suffering into... Read more
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Canberra Times
An epic journey for men to talk about emotionssometimes with the best of intentions, to mutate their emotional suffering into
An epic journey for men to talk about emotions
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
sometimes with the best of intentions, to mutate their emotional suffering into anger," wrote Professor of cultural studies Andrew Reiner in a recent piece about teaching men emotional honesty. They are also taught to mutate their suffering into... Read more
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Brisbane Times
An epic journey for men to talk about emotionssometimes with the best of intentions, to mutate their emotional suffering into
An epic journey for men to talk about emotions
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 days ago
sometimes with the best of intentions, to mutate their emotional suffering into anger," wrote Professor of cultural studies Andrew Reiner in a recent piece about teaching men emotional honesty. They are also taught to mutate their suffering into... Read more
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The Age
An epic journey for men to talk about emotionsTom Mackay in India. Photo: Supplied "Boys are taught, sometimes with the best
An epic journey for men to talk about emotions
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
Tom Mackay in India. Photo: Supplied "Boys are taught, sometimes with the best of intentions, to mutate their emotional suffering into anger," wrote Professor of cultural studies Andrew Reiner in a recent piece about teaching men emotional... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
An epic journey for men to talk about emotionsTom Mackay in India. Photo: Supplied "Boys are taught, sometimes with the best
An epic journey for men to talk about emotions
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
Tom Mackay in India. Photo: Supplied "Boys are taught, sometimes with the best of intentions, to mutate their emotional suffering into anger," wrote Professor of cultural studies Andrew Reiner in a recent piece about teaching men emotional... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
93 per cent of Great Barrier Reef hit by coral bleachingregion north of Port Douglas all the way up to the northern Torres Strait betwe
93 per cent of Great Barrier Reef hit by coral bleaching
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
region north of Port Douglas all the way up to the northern Torres Strait between Australia and Papua New Guinea," said Andrew Baird from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies. "Tragically, this is the most remote part of the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
NBA theory explaining Crows resurgenceoffence and fast ball movement. It’s certainly not what you would expect — los
NBA theory explaining Crows resurgence
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
offence and fast ball movement. It’s certainly not what you would expect — lose talent and play better? Former Crow Andrew Jarman was laughed at when he suggested Adelaide is a better side without Dangerfield, but a popular sports theory... Read more
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Adelaide Now
NBA theory explaining Crows resurgenceoffence and fast ball movement. It’s certainly not what you would expect — los
NBA theory explaining Crows resurgence
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 days ago
offence and fast ball movement. It’s certainly not what you would expect — lose talent and play better? Former Crow Andrew Jarman was laughed at when he suggested Adelaide is a better side without Dangerfield, but a popular sports theory... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Does Bill Simmons’ Ewing Theory explain performance of Adelaide Crows without Patrick Dangerfield?offence and fast ball movement. It’s certainly not what you would expect — los
Does Bill Simmons’ Ewing Theory explain performance of Adelaide Crows without Patrick Dangerfield?
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
offence and fast ball movement. It’s certainly not what you would expect — lose talent and play better? Former Crow Andrew Jarman was laughed at when he suggested Adelaide is a better side without Dangerfield, but a popular sports theory... Read more
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