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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
US Navy: Body found by Malaysia not one of USS John McCain's missing10 missing sailors have been named by relatives. Aircraft and ships from the n
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted a minute ago
10 missing sailors have been named by relatives. Aircraft and ships from the navies of Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia are searching seas east of Singapore where the collision happened early Monday and the search area continues to... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Decentralisation locations should have appeal for public servants: committeeJust how much should public servants and their families want to move to regiona
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 minutes ago
Just how much should public servants and their families want to move to regional Australia? The fears of public servants and their families about forced moves to unappealing regional towns in government decentralisation decisions will come under... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Putting Indigenous heritage at heart of national storydifferent from polemic. Political but not necessarily polemical." The recent d
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 minutes ago
different from polemic. Political but not necessarily polemical." The recent decision by two Melbourne councils to dump Australia Day was "eminently sensible", he said, although he did not object to its existence provided it was made clear what... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Winx rating down but effort outstandingSummers told Racing NSW. “Very, very fast early which I think is quite differen
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 5 minutes ago
Summers told Racing NSW. “Very, very fast early which I think is quite different from how the races are generally run in Australia. I thought it could be quite interesting if she were to get loose on the lead. “She has done a half mile in... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Roos v Samurai: Battle for Asia’s top dogas Asia’s powerhouse nations prepare to battle again in Thursday’s cut-throat W
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 5 minutes ago
as Asia’s powerhouse nations prepare to battle again in Thursday’s cut-throat World Cup qualifier in Saitama, one of Australia’s current stars says the team has extra motivation to go to enemy territory and win. The cricketers have the Ashes... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
US Navy: Body found by Malaysia not one of USS John McCain's missing10 missing sailors have been named by relatives. Aircraft and ships from the n
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 6 minutes ago
10 missing sailors have been named by relatives. Aircraft and ships from the navies of Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia are searching seas east of Singapore where the collision happened early Monday and the search area continues to... Read more
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News.com.au
Roos v Samurai: Battle for Asia’s top dogas Asia’s powerhouse nations prepare to battle again in Thursday’s cut-throat W
News.com.au / Posted 9 minutes ago
as Asia’s powerhouse nations prepare to battle again in Thursday’s cut-throat World Cup qualifier in Saitama, one of Australia’s current stars says the team has extra motivation to go to enemy territory and win. The cricketers have the Ashes... Read more
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News.com.au
Worker’s last ditch bid for Powerball sharehis bid for a share of a $40 million Powerball win to the Supreme Court of Appe
News.com.au / Posted 9 minutes ago
his bid for a share of a $40 million Powerball win to the Supreme Court of Appeal. Picture: Toby ZernaSource:News Corp Australia Mr King’s barrister Lachlan Gyles SC from Shine Lawyers told the court his appeal centred on a controversial $600... Read more
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asianage
Big Mac recipe leaked onlineand has been reverted to the original in 2004. Burger fans were able to buy th
asianage / Posted 11 minutes ago
and has been reverted to the original in 2004. Burger fans were able to buy the sauce to use at home for the first time in Australia last year, where it sold for $4.95 (£2.40). However, only 4,000 bottles were made with early buyers reselling them... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
McDonald’s Big Mac sauce leaked online?and has been reverted to the original in 2004. Burger fans were able to buy th
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 11 minutes ago
and has been reverted to the original in 2004. Burger fans were able to buy the sauce to use at home for the first time in Australia last year, where it sold for $4.95 (£2.40). However, only 4,000 bottles were made with early buyers reselling them... Read more
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Herald Sun
Church’s bid to make same-sex historyJesus, who took a firm stand on equality. “I want St Michael’s to be the first
Herald Sun / Posted 12 minutes ago
Jesus, who took a firm stand on equality. “I want St Michael’s to be the first church to legally marry same-sex couples in Australia. “Marriage equality is important as it is simply natural justice for all people to be treated equally. “The Church... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Winx rating down but effort outstandingSummers told Racing NSW. “Very, very fast early which I think is quite differen
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 minutes ago
Summers told Racing NSW. “Very, very fast early which I think is quite different from how the races are generally run in Australia. I thought it could be quite interesting if she were to get loose on the lead. “She has done a half mile in... Read more
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The North West Star
Decentralisation locations should have appeal for public servants: committeeJust how much should public servants and their families want to move to regiona
The North West Star / Posted 14 minutes ago
Just how much should public servants and their families want to move to regional Australia? The fears of public servants and their families about forced moves to unappealing regional towns in government decentralisation decisions will come under... Read more
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The North West Star
Putting Indigenous heritage at heart of national storydifferent from polemic. Political but not necessarily polemical." The recent d
The North West Star / Posted 14 minutes ago
different from polemic. Political but not necessarily polemical." The recent decision by two Melbourne councils to dump Australia Day was "eminently sensible", he said, although he did not object to its existence provided it was made clear what... Read more
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News.com.au
Winx rating down but effort outstandingSummers told Racing NSW. “Very, very fast early which I think is quite differen
News.com.au / Posted 14 minutes ago
Summers told Racing NSW. “Very, very fast early which I think is quite different from how the races are generally run in Australia. I thought it could be quite interesting if she were to get loose on the lead. “She has done a half mile in... Read more
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The North West Star
Race is on to stop News Corp running a sports rights monolopyBash rates well and Channel Nine is keen to secure a new five-year deal locked
The North West Star / Posted 14 minutes ago
Bash rates well and Channel Nine is keen to secure a new five-year deal locked away by the end of the year, meaning Cricket Australia could reap a bonzana in a bidding war between a cash-enriched Ten and traditional rights holder, Nine. AFL and NRL... Read more
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Reuters
Australia says organized crime in financial sector costing $28 billion a yearSYDNEY (Reuters) - Organized crime in the financial sector is costing Australia
Reuters / Posted 14 minutes ago
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Organized crime in the financial sector is costing Australia A$36 billion ($28.43 billion) a year, the criminal intelligence authority said on Thursday. Money laundering was the main threat amid the rise of online banking and... Read more
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dna
Australia says organised crime in financial sector costing $28 bln a yearOrganised crime in the financial sector is costing Australia A$36 billion ($28.
dna / Posted 16 minutes ago
Organised crime in the financial sector is costing Australia A$36 billion ($28.43 billion) a year, the criminal intelligence authority said on Thursday. Money laundering was the main threat amid the rise of online banking and digital currencies, the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Competition watchdog flags concern at Platinum Equity's OfficeMax Australia bidits next move after the competition watchdog flagged serious concerns about its
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 minutes ago
its next move after the competition watchdog flagged serious concerns about its play for office products supplier OfficeMax Australia. OfficeMax is a key player in supplying large businesses, as well as federal, local and state governments, and on... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Decentralisation locations should have appeal for public servants: committeeFiona Nash and Barnaby Joyce are leading forced moves out of Canberra. Photo: A
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 minutes ago
Fiona Nash and Barnaby Joyce are leading forced moves out of Canberra. Photo: Andrew Meares Citing expert research from Australia and overseas, the parliamentary committee said successful decentralisation moves required destination towns to... Read more
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Mumbrella
Unused data and measurement tools are wasting automotive dealers' marketing fundssaid. Richards said the challenge for dealers was growing with more competitio
Mumbrella / Posted 18 minutes ago
said. Richards said the challenge for dealers was growing with more competition and more than 60 marques now being sold in Australia. “Dealers are struggling to cut through this competition,” he said. “Secondly with an increasingly fragmented... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Scribbled motel form was last sign of slain toddler Khandalyce Pearce alivetraded it in for another vehicle. He allegedly told a witness he was going to
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 minutes ago
traded it in for another vehicle. He allegedly told a witness he was going to drive Khandalyce back to her family in South Australia. He had dropped Ms Pearce-Stevenson off at a bus stop, Mr Holdom allegedly told the witness, because they had a... Read more
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Daily Liberal
'Virtual classroom' taking Asian languages to regional schoolsPWC warned in a submission to the Turnbull government's foreign policy white pa
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 minutes ago
PWC warned in a submission to the Turnbull government's foreign policy white paper this year that Asian language skills in Australia are low and falling. In 2014, only 2.2 per cent of HSC students took Japanese, and this fell to just 1.8 per cent... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Putting Indigenous heritage at heart of national storydifferent from polemic. Political but not necessarily polemical." The recent d
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 minutes ago
different from polemic. Political but not necessarily polemical." The recent decision by two Melbourne councils to dump Australia Day was "eminently sensible", he said, although he did not object to its existence provided it was made clear what... Read more
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Daily Liberal
'Exciting': The plan to slash food poisonings by a third in NSWusing whole genome sequencing, which reveals the complete DNA make-up of an org
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 minutes ago
using whole genome sequencing, which reveals the complete DNA make-up of an organism, to contain and control outbreaks. In Australia, rates of food-borne salmonella poisoning have climbed from 38 per 100,000 people in 2004 to 76 per 100,000 in... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Hart tells Catholics to say 'no' in 'vital' marriage pollCatholics are being told that a "no" vote will ensure the "health and future" o
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 minutes ago
Catholics are being told that a "no" vote will ensure the "health and future" of Australian society. Catholics are being told that casting a "no" vote in the "vital" same-sex marriage postal survey will ensure the "health and future" of Australian... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Body found by Malaysia not one of US destroyer's missing sailors10 missing sailors have been named by relatives. Aircraft and ships from the n
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 20 minutes ago
10 missing sailors have been named by relatives. Aircraft and ships from the navies of Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia are searching seas east of Singapore where the collision happened early on Monday and the search area continues to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Dolly Parton stuns in pink dress at ACM HonoursImagination Library project, which has helped millions of children get access t
Daily Mail / Posted 20 minutes ago
Imagination Library project, which has helped millions of children get access to books across the US, Canada, the UK, and Australia. Dolly said: 'I never dreamed our program would grow into something so large.' The Coat Of Many Colours star was... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
backing economists predict 'boom time' for UKintegration and Europeanisation meant the bloc had a dire record against emergi
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 20 minutes ago
integration and Europeanisation meant the bloc had a dire record against emerging markets as well as the US, Canada and Australia. But campaigners against a hard Brexit said there were "members of the Flat Earth Society with more credibility"... Read more
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walesonline
Dragons appoint Wales lock Cory Hill captainhis surprise release by Cardiff Blues and spending a season with English club M
walesonline / Posted 21 minutes ago
his surprise release by Cardiff Blues and spending a season with English club Moseley. Hill, 25, made his Wales debut against Australia last autumn and was named vice-captain for June’s tour, which featured Tests against Tonga and Samoa.Re... Read more
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The Border Mail
Expulsion: the decision no school wants to makeon appeal from 18 months' probation to a good behaviour bond and no conviction.
The Border Mail / Posted 22 minutes ago
on appeal from 18 months' probation to a good behaviour bond and no conviction. Vernita Zigouras, a spokeswoman for the Australia and New Zealand Education Law Association and a former state school principal, said schools must follow natural... Read more
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The Border Mail
'Exciting': The plan to slash food poisonings by a third in NSWusing whole genome sequencing, which reveals the complete DNA make-up of an org
The Border Mail / Posted 22 minutes ago
using whole genome sequencing, which reveals the complete DNA make-up of an organism, to contain and control outbreaks. In Australia, rates of food-borne salmonella poisoning have climbed from 38 per 100,000 people in 2004 to 76 per 100,000 in... Read more
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The Border Mail
Putting Indigenous heritage at heart of national storydifferent from polemic. Political but not necessarily polemical." The recent d
The Border Mail / Posted 22 minutes ago
different from polemic. Political but not necessarily polemical." The recent decision by two Melbourne councils to dump Australia Day was "eminently sensible", he said, although he did not object to its existence provided it was made clear what... Read more
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The Border Mail
Poetry springs up in the gardens this SeptemberArthur Boyd's Bundanon property in NSW; and at Sydney's Olympic Park. There are
The Border Mail / Posted 22 minutes ago
Arthur Boyd's Bundanon property in NSW; and at Sydney's Olympic Park. There are also events in train for Cairns and South Australia. This first event in Melbourne is the biggest incarnation yet (as far as the number of poets goes), with Chris... Read more
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The Border Mail
'Virtual classroom' taking Asian languages to regional schoolsPWC warned in a submission to the Turnbull government's foreign policy white pa
The Border Mail / Posted 22 minutes ago
PWC warned in a submission to the Turnbull government's foreign policy white paper this year that Asian language skills in Australia are low and falling. In 2014, only 2.2 per cent of HSC students took Japanese, and this fell to just 1.8 per cent... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tiffen Cycling Team's Matthew Rizzuto gearing up for National Capital Tourthe National Capital Tour off the National Road Series circuit makes Canberra's
Canberra Times / Posted 23 minutes ago
the National Capital Tour off the National Road Series circuit makes Canberra's young cyclists "the ones to beat". Cycling Australia is committed to bringing an NRS event back to Canberra but the capital will go without one this year, meaning a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Premier Mark McGowan defends his party's $25,000 lunches for company bossesministers for $25,000, despite continually attacking the former Barnett governm
Canberra Times / Posted 23 minutes ago
ministers for $25,000, despite continually attacking the former Barnett government for doing the same thing. The West Australian reported on Thursday business people could have access to the ear of the Premier and his cabinet at... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Capitals recruit Rachel Jarry confident she'll be ready for WNBL openerfor the rest of her career and she's using a revolutionary anti-gravity treadmi
Canberra Times / Posted 23 minutes ago
for the rest of her career and she's using a revolutionary anti-gravity treadmill in her bid to get back on the court. The Australian Institute of Sport's anti-gravity treadmill reduces gravity's impact on Jarry's run by allowing her to run at... Read more
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Canberra Times
Song Company's Antony Pitts warms to his risky businessde Machaut form the centrepiece of the second concert series, while the third i
Canberra Times / Posted 23 minutes ago
de Machaut form the centrepiece of the second concert series, while the third is a celebration of the many seasons of Australia, called Four Colour Season. A "cross pollination" between movement and sound, it will be a collaboration with two... Read more
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Canberra Times
Singer Paulini leans on The Bodyguard cast as bribery charges loomTrump's "many sides", topless drama on The Bachelor, Julie Bishop gets savaged,
Canberra Times / Posted 23 minutes ago
Trump's "many sides", topless drama on The Bachelor, Julie Bishop gets savaged, Deadpool 2's fatality, Karl Stefanovic's Australia Day rant and Emma Stone cashes in. The former Australian Idol contestant is accused of paying a former Roads and... Read more
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Canberra Times
This map shows where migrants from around the world have settled in Melbournecity's character is influenced by new people arriving on our shores. This map
Canberra Times / Posted 23 minutes ago
city's character is influenced by new people arriving on our shores. This map shows the most common country of birth after Australia for every suburb in the Melbourne region. If you click or touch an area on the map, it will show the five most... Read more
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News.com.au
Why I believe in our childrenat Ulverstone Primary School will need the University of Tasmania in the years
News.com.au / Posted 23 minutes ago
at Ulverstone Primary School will need the University of Tasmania in the years to come. Picture: CHRIS KIDDSource:News Corp Australia Because he is 11 and he already knows how to calculate the necessary quantity of liquid fertiliser for a paddock... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
US Navy: Body found by Malaysia not one of McCain's missing10 missing sailors have been named by relatives. Aircraft and ships from the n
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 23 minutes ago
10 missing sailors have been named by relatives. Aircraft and ships from the navies of Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia are searching seas east of Singapore where the collision happened early Monday and the search area continues to... Read more
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News.com.au
Hayes: Don’t underrate our fillyso it made sense to run her there. Madeenaty has already tasted success at Ros
News.com.au / Posted 23 minutes ago
so it made sense to run her there. Madeenaty has already tasted success at Rosehill. Picture: Ian CurrieSource:News Corp Australia “But Madeenaty is a fit filly and I think she can surprise a few people at Rosehill.’’ Madeenaty is a talented... Read more
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News.com.au
Ibrahim’s ‘work wife’ arrested over drugsState Debt Recovery Office. John Ibrahim leaves him home earlier this month. P
News.com.au / Posted 23 minutes ago
State Debt Recovery Office. John Ibrahim leaves him home earlier this month. Picture: Darren Leigh RobertsSource:News Corp Australia But the documents also show repeated threats to cancel Ms Staltaro’s licence due to unpaid or overdue fines, of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Expulsion: The difficult decision no school wants to makeon appeal from 18 months' probation to a good behaviour bond and no conviction.
Canberra Times / Posted 24 minutes ago
on appeal from 18 months' probation to a good behaviour bond and no conviction. Vernita Zigouras, a spokeswoman for the Australia and New Zealand Education Law Association and a former state school principal, said schools must follow natural... Read more
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Canberra Times
A whole new ball game in battle for sports rights on free-to-air TV50 per cent equity gives Ten three options: Murdoch is chairman of Illyria, ow
Canberra Times / Posted 24 minutes ago
50 per cent equity gives Ten three options: Murdoch is chairman of Illyria, owner of Nova Entertainment Group, an Australian entertainment company which operates a radio network across metropolitan Australia, talk stations, digital radio... Read more
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Canberra Times
Michael Cheika says he's had hate mail since Wallabies' Bledisloe surrendercoach Michael Cheika revealed he had received a large amount of hate mail from
Canberra Times / Posted 24 minutes ago
coach Michael Cheika revealed he had received a large amount of hate mail from disgruntled fans this week. The image of Australian rugby has been tarnished this year by underwhelming Test and Super Rugby results, as well as interminable... Read more
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Canberra Times
Lip Service review: John Misto brings two legendary entrepreneurs to the stageby Amanda Muggleton) is the distilled essence of European Jewry, who made her w
Canberra Times / Posted 24 minutes ago
by Amanda Muggleton) is the distilled essence of European Jewry, who made her way to the United States from Poland via Australia on the proceeds of her mother's recipe for face cream. Arden (Linden Wilkinson) is the brassy Canadian masseuse... Read more
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Canberra Times
Just say 'no': Archbishop Denis Hart rallies Catholics over 'vital' marriage pollbeing told that casting a "no" vote in the "vital" same-sex marriage postal sur
Canberra Times / Posted 24 minutes ago
being told that casting a "no" vote in the "vital" same-sex marriage postal survey will ensure the "health and future" of Australian society. Melbourne Archbishop Denis Hart has written an open pastoral letter urging Catholics to vote in the... Read more
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