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FOX News
These 7 foods cause the most pet deathsfoods that can cause serious, and sometimes fatal, medical problems for cats an
These 7 foods cause the most pet deaths
FOX News / Posted 16 hours ago
foods that can cause serious, and sometimes fatal, medical problems for cats and dogs. In a new review of studies, two animal health researchers in Italy drew up a list of the foods that are the most common culprits in pet poisonings... Read more
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Weekly Times
Offal will offer feedbackMAJOR beef processor Teys Australia will start providing feedback to suppliers
Offal will offer feedback
Weekly Times / Posted 20 hours ago
MAJOR beef processor Teys Australia will start providing feedback to suppliers on the ­internal quality of their cattle. The company is in the final stages of developing an offal feedback system, with trials to start at its Wagga Wagga, NSW,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Bachelor Richie Strahan on the contestant who literally ate her roseit wasn't for her. People go into the experience thinking it's going to be one
Bachelor Richie Strahan on the contestant who literally ate her rose
Brisbane Times / Posted 22 hours ago
it wasn't for her. People go into the experience thinking it's going to be one thing, and it is completely [a different] animal. Vintaea's dramatic encounter with Richie, mid-rose ceremony. Photo: Screenshot To think whether or not I was going... Read more
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WA Today
Bachelor Richie Strahan on the contestant who literally ate her roseseason four. What in the name of Tolstoy's fur ushanka just happened? The con
Bachelor Richie Strahan on the contestant who literally ate her rose
WA Today / Posted 22 hours ago
season four. What in the name of Tolstoy's fur ushanka just happened? The contestants in the latest cycle of The Bachelor Australia have been revealed by Channel Ten. Contestants on The Bachelor are always thrilled to get a rose. But Sasha, a... Read more
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The Age
Bachelor Richie Strahan on the contestant who literally ate her roseseason four. What in the name of Tolstoy's fur ushanka just happened? The con
Bachelor Richie Strahan on the contestant who literally ate her rose
The Age / Posted 22 hours ago
season four. What in the name of Tolstoy's fur ushanka just happened? The contestants in the latest cycle of The Bachelor Australia have been revealed by Channel Ten. Contestants on The Bachelor are always thrilled to get a rose. But Sasha, a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bachelor Richie Strahan on the contestant who literally ate her roseseason four. What in the name of Tolstoy's fur ushanka just happened? The con
Bachelor Richie Strahan on the contestant who literally ate her rose
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
season four. What in the name of Tolstoy's fur ushanka just happened? The contestants in the latest cycle of The Bachelor Australia have been revealed by Channel Ten. Contestants on The Bachelor are always thrilled to get a rose. But Sasha, a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Bachelor Richie Strahan on the contestant who literally ate her roseseason four. What in the name of Tolstoy's fur ushanka just happened? The con
Bachelor Richie Strahan on the contestant who literally ate her rose
Canberra Times / Posted 22 hours ago
season four. What in the name of Tolstoy's fur ushanka just happened? The contestants in the latest cycle of The Bachelor Australia have been revealed by Channel Ten. Contestants on The Bachelor are always thrilled to get a rose. But Sasha, a... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Drench sales to remedy rural suicideAnimal medicine company addressing rural mental health concerns MENTAL HEALTH
Drench sales to remedy rural suicide
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
Animal medicine company addressing rural mental health concerns MENTAL HEALTH INITIATIVE: Zoetis general manager Lance Williams (left), with beyondblue chairman Jeff Kennett have combined to raise awareness and funding for mental health in regional... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
What happened to Dolly the sheep's cloneswas created in 1996 and then died relatively young, aged six, suffering osteoar
What happened to Dolly the sheep's clones
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
was created in 1996 and then died relatively young, aged six, suffering osteoarthritis. Scientists thought perhaps cloned animals aged faster or suffered much greater health risks than their natural-born cousins. Dolly the sheep made history in... Read more
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The Age
What happened to Dolly the sheep's cloneswas created in 1996 and then died relatively young, aged six, suffering osteoar
What happened to Dolly the sheep's clones
The Age / Posted yesterday
was created in 1996 and then died relatively young, aged six, suffering osteoarthritis. Scientists thought perhaps cloned animals aged faster or suffered much greater health risks than their natural-born cousins. Dolly the sheep made history in... Read more
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The Courier
Sometimes Your Business Needs a Little TLClunch on August 5 from 12-2pm, the three panelists, John Harris of Mitchell Har
Sometimes Your Business Needs a Little TLC
The Courier / Posted yesterday
lunch on August 5 from 12-2pm, the three panelists, John Harris of Mitchell Harris Wines, Michelle McGrath from Go Vita Health Food, and Noel Dempsey of Ballarat Regional Tourism, will share their business journeys, what they have learnt along... Read more
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Manning River Times
Wednesday, July 27, 2016Your morning news headlines from the Mid North Coast, across regional Australia
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
Your morning news headlines from the Mid North Coast, across regional Australia and beyond. Photo by Dan Kirkman of @somethingvisual via Instagram. #wave #waves #surf #surfing #bodyboard #bodyboarding #wedge #hollow #pit #keg #tube #aquatech... Read more
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Boston Globe
Clones of Dolly the Sheep age like any other sheep, study saysDolly never stood a chance. Or did she? Meet Daisy, Diana, Debbie, and Denise.
Clones of Dolly the Sheep age like any other sheep, study says
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
Dolly never stood a chance. Or did she? Meet Daisy, Diana, Debbie, and Denise. “They’re old ladies. They’re very healthy for their age,” said Kevin Sinclair, a developmental biologist who, with his colleagues at the University of... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The Food 53: Ten industry heavyweights who have a direct say in what’s for dinnercattle; Schneiders bacon from pigs whose mother wasn’t confined to a pen: Sever
The Food 53: Ten industry heavyweights who have a direct say in what’s for dinner
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
cattle; Schneiders bacon from pigs whose mother wasn’t confined to a pen: Several big food companies have begun using animals raised humanely. And they’re doing it because the consumer is demanding it and is apparently willing to pay more for... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Brandon expands into NZ with life science fundPartnersMEDIA RELEASE:Brandon Capital Partners expands into New Zealand with AU
Brandon expands into NZ with life science fund
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 days ago
PartnersMEDIA RELEASE:Brandon Capital Partners expands into New Zealand with AU$200 million life science fundLeading Australian life science venture firm announces appointment of Duncan Mackintosh to lead New Zealand operations Melbourne,... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Appointment of Duncan Mackintosh to lead NZ operationsTuesday, 26 July 2016, 11:47 amPress Release: Shine Group Leading Australian li
Appointment of Duncan Mackintosh to lead NZ operations
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 days ago
Tuesday, 26 July 2016, 11:47 amPress Release: Shine Group Leading Australian life science venture firm announces appointment of Duncan Mackintosh to lead New Zealand operationsMelbourne, Australia... Read more
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Mashable
'Torture' of children in juvenile detention highlights the relevance of #BlackLivesMatter in Australia The Don Dale Juvenile Detention Centre in the Northern Territory is being acc
'Torture' of children in juvenile detention highlights the relevance of #BlackLivesMatter in Australia
Mashable / Posted 3 days ago
The Don Dale Juvenile Detention Centre in the Northern Territory is being accused of gross mistreatment, including the excessive tear gassing of... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
From whales to cancer and astrophysics to online pornographyand operation of several major radio telescopes including the Low Frequency Arr
From whales to cancer and astrophysics to online pornography
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 3 days ago
and operation of several major radio telescopes including the Low Frequency Array in the Netherlands, the MWA in Australia and the SKA which will be hosted in both Australia and South Africa. These instruments produce massive quantities... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Preserving Plummer's Hollow: Naturalist and family thrive in central PA mountainthat dot their trails, sipped coffee and listened to a blue-headed vireo sing.
Preserving Plummer's Hollow: Naturalist and family thrive in central PA mountain
Altoona Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
that dot their trails, sipped coffee and listened to a blue-headed vireo sing. She was distracted by news of her father's health. "Coyote sensed me at the same moment that I sensed him," she wrote. "He was less than 10 feet from the bench and had... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The diverse street dogs of the APY Lands'Every possible genetic combination': Photo: Two decades of health programs a
The diverse street dogs of the APY Lands
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
'Every possible genetic combination': Photo: Two decades of health programs and population control has improved the sociability of most dogs in the APY Lands. (ABC North and West: Michael Dulaney) In remote... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Mad Minute stories from Thursday, July 21st(AP) -- Animal rescue officials recovered armloads of cats and kittens from a v
Mad Minute stories from Thursday, July 21st
KHQ Spokane / Posted 6 days ago
(AP) -- Animal rescue officials recovered armloads of cats and kittens from a vacant house in the nation's capital after a real... Read more
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Daily Mail
Baby orangutan nursed back to health after being rescued from smugglerAdorable images show a seven-month-old baby orangutan nursed back to health aft
Baby orangutan nursed back to health after being rescued from smuggler
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Adorable images show a seven-month-old baby orangutan nursed back to health after being rescued from wildlife smugglers Images show a seven-month-old baby rescued from Borneo and taken to an animal rescue centre in Indonesia Animal welfare... Read more
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Weekly Times
Unity is strength for livestock industryas a service fee. We the livestock group are left with $51 to run the commodit
Unity is strength for livestock industry
Weekly Times / Posted 7 days ago
as a service fee. We the livestock group are left with $51 to run the commodity, pay to be a part of the Cattle Council of Australia, Sheepmeat Council, Wool Producers and the Goat Industry Council from our budget. All very important bodies we sit... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New sentinel herds give cattle industry a biosecurity boostBiosecurity boost for Australia's cattle industry with establishment of extra s
New sentinel herds give cattle industry a biosecurity boost
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
Biosecurity boost for Australia's cattle industry with establishment of extra sentinel herds Australia's cattle industry has been given a biosecurity boost, with the establishment of three new sentinel herds, which will be routinely tested for signs... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
based Cubex brings tech innovations to medical-supply managementthe founder and CEO of Cubex, which provides automated medication and supply ma
based Cubex brings tech innovations to medical-supply management
The Arizona Republic / Posted 7 days ago
the founder and CEO of Cubex, which provides automated medication and supply management for veterinary, dental and health-care industries, admitted that his decision to trade stability for a new niche initially came with doubts. “There... Read more
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Weekly Times
Give farmers relief from regulation — reportnew thresholds on foreign investment in agricultural land should be wound back
Give farmers relief from regulation — report
Weekly Times / Posted 7 days ago
new thresholds on foreign investment in agricultural land should be wound back and an independent body created to regulate animal welfare standards, a new report recommends. The Productivity Commission’s draft report into regulation of Australian... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Celebrities who died too youngDark Knight" and "Brokeback Mountain," died from an accidental prescription dru
Celebrities who died too young
KECI Missoula / Posted 8 days ago
Dark Knight" and "Brokeback Mountain," died from an accidental prescription drug overdose on Jan. 22, 2008, at age 28. The Australia-born actor earned a posthumous Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of The Joker in "The Dark... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Wednesday, July 20, 2016Your morning news headlines from across regional Australia and beyond. Good mo
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
Your morning news headlines from across regional Australia and beyond. Good morning here’s your headlines from around regional Australia and beyond. Scroll down and refresh for weather, road reports and more. 8.30am: That's a wrap for this morning.... Read more
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The Scientist
Will Organs-in-a-Dish Ever Replace Animal Models?models can now be grown in vitro. Some of these “organoids” can even perform ce
Will Organs-in-a-Dish Ever Replace Animal Models?
The Scientist / Posted 8 days ago
models can now be grown in vitro. Some of these “organoids” can even perform certain functions of the human body in both health and disease, reducing the need for animal models. But organoid-based models still can’t fully recapitulate complex... Read more
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PhysOrg
Research to help racehorses put their best foot forwardSchool of Biomedical Sciences research team leader Dr Olga Panagiotopoulou said
Research to help racehorses put their best foot forward
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
School of Biomedical Sciences research team leader Dr Olga Panagiotopoulou said musculoskeletal injury was one of the main animal welfare concerns in the industry. The research team, from UQ in Australia, The Royal Veterinary College in the UK and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Identical twins speak in unison for entire four-minute interviewan entire four-minute interview Bridgette and Paula Powers speak in unison on
Identical twins speak in unison for entire four-minute interview
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
an entire four-minute interview Bridgette and Paula Powers speak in unison on Good Morning Britain Pair from Queensland, Australia, insist they do not rehearse conversations Twins say they have no time for men and devote lives to their bird... Read more
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Perth Now
Less red meat could help kidneysMeat-free Mondays have become a common practice among the health conscious and
Less red meat could help kidneys
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
Meat-free Mondays have become a common practice among the health conscious and now a new study has found substituting red meat with alternative protein from time to time significantly reduces risk of kidney failure. To examine the relationship... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Letters to the editor for the July 20 edition of the Illawarra Mercury. NOT HORSING A
Letters
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
to the editor for the July 20 edition of the Illawarra Mercury. NOT HORSING AROUND ON ANIMAL WELFARE Whilst nobody condones animal cruelty, the NSW premier Mike Baird, has different views depending on the animal variety. He rightly has a... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Reduced red meat could help kidneys: studyMeat-free Mondays have become a common practice among the health conscious and
Reduced red meat could help kidneys: study
Sky News Australia / Posted 9 days ago
Meat-free Mondays have become a common practice among the health conscious and now a new study has found substituting red meat with alternative protein from time to time significantly reduces risk of kidney failure. To examine the relationship... Read more
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News.com.au
Less red meat could help kidneysMeat-free Mondays have become a common practice among the health conscious and
Less red meat could help kidneys
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
Meat-free Mondays have become a common practice among the health conscious and now a new study has found substituting red meat with alternative protein from time to time significantly reduces risk of kidney failure. To examine the relationship... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Less red meat could help kidneysMeat-free Mondays have become a common practice among the health conscious and
Less red meat could help kidneys
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
Meat-free Mondays have become a common practice among the health conscious and now a new study has found substituting red meat with alternative protein from time to time significantly reduces risk of kidney failure. To examine the relationship... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Less red meat could help kidneysMeat-free Mondays have become a common practice among the health conscious and
Less red meat could help kidneys
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Meat-free Mondays have become a common practice among the health conscious and now a new study has found substituting red meat with alternative protein from time to time significantly reduces risk of kidney failure. To examine the relationship... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Indian buffalo meat en route to Indonesia, but what impact will it have on demand for Australian live cattle exports? P
Indian buffalo meat en route to Indonesia
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
, but what impact will it have on demand for Australian live cattle exports? Photo: Frozen buffalo meat from India is unlikely to sell well in the wet markets of Indonesia, according to feedlot director Dicky... Read more
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Grainnet.com
Aaron Cowieson of DSM Animal Nutrition and Health Receives AFIS 2016 Poultry Nutrition Research AwardProf. Aaron Cowieson, Adjunct Professor at the University of Sydney and Princip
Aaron Cowieson of DSM Animal Nutrition and Health Receives AFIS 2016 Poultry Nutrition Research Award
Grainnet.com / Posted 9 days ago
Prof. Aaron Cowieson, Adjunct Professor at the University of Sydney and Principal Scientist at DSM Animal Nutrition and Health has been awarded the 2016 Poultry Nutrition Research Award by the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) in partnership... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
3,500 animals to be offered for Korban rites this yearSINGAPORE: The Singapore Mosques Korban Committee (JKMS) announced on Monday (J
3,500 animals to be offered for Korban rites this year
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 9 days ago
SINGAPORE: The Singapore Mosques Korban Committee (JKMS) announced on Monday (Jul 18) that it is offering a total of 3,500 animals for the Muslim Korban rites this year, comprising 1,800 sheep from Australia and 1,700 lambs from Ireland. JKMS said... Read more
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University of Queensland
Research to help racehorses put their best foot forwardof Biomedical Sciences research team leader Dr Olga Panagiotopoulou said muscul
Research to help racehorses put their best foot forward
University of Queensland / Posted 10 days ago
of Biomedical Sciences research team leader Dr Olga Panagiotopoulou said musculoskeletal injury was one of the main animal welfare concerns in the industry. The research team, from UQ in Australia, The Royal Veterinary College in the UK and... Read more
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Babyology
Red Wiggle Simon talks music, Wiggle weddings and childrenand join you?’. It nearly killed me but I hung around and we kind of formed a r
Red Wiggle Simon talks music, Wiggle weddings and children
Babyology / Posted 11 days ago
and join you?’. It nearly killed me but I hung around and we kind of formed a relationship through our love of fitness and health and it has kind of grown from there,” Simon says. “Now, I just try to keep up. A couple of kilometres in and we are... Read more
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The Young Witness
Mudgee Small Farm Field Days | Photos, Video, InfoPlatypus. Brett Littler of Local Land Service demonstrates cattle handling tec
Mudgee Small Farm Field Days | Photos, Video, Info
The Young Witness / Posted 11 days ago
Platypus. Brett Littler of Local Land Service demonstrates cattle handling techniques. Emily Boyce makes a friend in the animal nursery. Meet Harry, the hairy moo who will be at the #Mudgee Small Farm Field Days this Friday and Saturday. Photo... Read more
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Western Advocate
Mudgee Small Farm Field Days | Photos, Video, InfoPlatypus. Brett Littler of Local Land Service demonstrates cattle handling tec
Mudgee Small Farm Field Days | Photos, Video, Info
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
Platypus. Brett Littler of Local Land Service demonstrates cattle handling techniques. Emily Boyce makes a friend in the animal nursery. Meet Harry, the hairy moo who will be at the #Mudgee Small Farm Field Days this Friday and Saturday. Photo... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Mudgee Small Farm Field Days | Photos, Video, InfoPlatypus. Brett Littler of Local Land Service demonstrates cattle handling tec
Mudgee Small Farm Field Days | Photos, Video, Info
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
Platypus. Brett Littler of Local Land Service demonstrates cattle handling techniques. Emily Boyce makes a friend in the animal nursery. Meet Harry, the hairy moo who will be at the #Mudgee Small Farm Field Days this Friday and Saturday. Photo... Read more
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The Age
Will discrimination prevent the eradication of HIV?Photo: Graham Tidy As the world's leading HIV researchers launched a new strat
Will discrimination prevent the eradication of HIV?
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
Photo: Graham Tidy As the world's leading HIV researchers launched a new strategy to find a cure for HIV, the head of Australia's Doherty Institute, Professor Sharon Lewin, said too few countries were investing in PrEP, a program using a group... Read more
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The North West Star
Fairfax photos of the weekDarcy Kitchin , Bec Kitchin and Mike Conlon with youngster Xavier Kitchin. The
Fairfax photos of the week
The North West Star / Posted 12 days ago
Darcy Kitchin , Bec Kitchin and Mike Conlon with youngster Xavier Kitchin. The community is fundraising to buy Xavier the health support BALLARAT: Phoenix College year 11 students Escher Russell, Ally Dennis and Emiley Cody have been selected to... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Fairfax photos of the weekDarcy Kitchin , Bec Kitchin and Mike Conlon with youngster Xavier Kitchin. The
Fairfax photos of the week
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 days ago
Darcy Kitchin , Bec Kitchin and Mike Conlon with youngster Xavier Kitchin. The community is fundraising to buy Xavier the health support BALLARAT: Phoenix College year 11 students Escher Russell, Ally Dennis and Emiley Cody have been selected to... Read more
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The Border Mail
Fairfax photos of the weekDarcy Kitchin , Bec Kitchin and Mike Conlon with youngster Xavier Kitchin. The
Fairfax photos of the week
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Darcy Kitchin , Bec Kitchin and Mike Conlon with youngster Xavier Kitchin. The community is fundraising to buy Xavier the health support BALLARAT: Phoenix College year 11 students Escher Russell, Ally Dennis and Emiley Cody have been selected to... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Fairfax photos of the weekDarcy Kitchin , Bec Kitchin and Mike Conlon with youngster Xavier Kitchin. The
Fairfax photos of the week
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
Darcy Kitchin , Bec Kitchin and Mike Conlon with youngster Xavier Kitchin. The community is fundraising to buy Xavier the health support BALLARAT: Phoenix College year 11 students Escher Russell, Ally Dennis and Emiley Cody have been selected to... Read more
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