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Times of Malta
On cancer and sugardated to 4.02 billion years old. Only three locations: Northern Quebec, Canada’
On cancer and sugar
Times of Malta / Posted 2 minutes ago
dated to 4.02 billion years old. Only three locations: Northern Quebec, Canada’s northwest territories and western Australia have shown to have rocks older than four billion years. Though it is estimated that the first rocks were formed... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
South-east Australia set for a wet Sunday afternoon and week aheadto clear, leaving a mostly dry night. But wetter weather is on the way, with a
South-east Australia set for a wet Sunday afternoon and week ahead
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 16 minutes ago
to clear, leaving a mostly dry night. But wetter weather is on the way, with a low pressure system affecting south-east Australia set to arrive on Wednesday, "Models are indicating quite a deep area of low pressure in south-eastern Australia,... Read more
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The Young Witness
South-east Australia set for a wet Sunday afternoon and week aheadto clear, leaving a mostly dry night. But wetter weather is on the way, with a
South-east Australia set for a wet Sunday afternoon and week ahead
The Young Witness / Posted 18 minutes ago
to clear, leaving a mostly dry night. But wetter weather is on the way, with a low pressure system affecting south-east Australia set to arrive on Wednesday, "Models are indicating quite a deep area of low pressure in south-eastern Australia,... Read more
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The Age
Golf: Australia win world amateur teams championshipAustralia has won the World Amateur Teams Championship on Mexico's Caribbean co
Golf: Australia win world amateur teams championship
The Age / Posted 21 minutes ago
Australia has won the World Amateur Teams Championship on Mexico's Caribbean coast in dominant fashion. Coming into the event as hot favourites, the team consisting of Cameron Davis, Curtis Luck and Harrison Endycott shot 38-under, a 19-shot margin... Read more
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Canberra Times
NBN chief executive earns $3.6 million, as company reaches nearly 5000 employeesfinancial year, including a $1.2 million bonus. This made Mr Morrow one of the
NBN chief executive earns $3.6 million, as company reaches nearly 5000 employees
Canberra Times / Posted 24 minutes ago
financial year, including a $1.2 million bonus. This made Mr Morrow one of the highest paid public sector employees in Australia alongside Australia Post chief executive Ahmed Fahour, who earns about $4 million annually. Mr Morrow was... Read more
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Western Advocate
South-east Australia set for a wet Sunday afternoon and week aheadto clear, leaving a mostly dry night. But wetter weather is on the way, with a
South-east Australia set for a wet Sunday afternoon and week ahead
Western Advocate / Posted 26 minutes ago
to clear, leaving a mostly dry night. But wetter weather is on the way, with a low pressure system affecting south-east Australia set to arrive on Wednesday, "Models are indicating quite a deep area of low pressure in south-eastern Australia,... Read more
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Western Advocate
Strong signs for future of athleticsNarromine product and current Australian Olympic athletics selector Melinda Gai
Strong signs for future of athletics
Western Advocate / Posted 26 minutes ago
Narromine product and current Australian Olympic athletics selector Melinda Gainsford-Taylor was delighted by the results at Rio and can see only better things in future Games. POSITIVE: Ella Nelson caught Melinda Gainsford-Taylor's eye. Photo:... Read more
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Western Advocate
Guests impressed by Marcia’s gardenaround,” Ms Bonham said. ‘Bondura’ features Ms Bonham’s favoured “Bush Garden”
Guests impressed by Marcia’s garden
Western Advocate / Posted 26 minutes ago
around,” Ms Bonham said. ‘Bondura’ features Ms Bonham’s favoured “Bush Garden”, where almost every plant is native to Australia, as well as a herb garden designed to look like a stained glass window in the summer. There is also a special... Read more
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Kiama Independent
South-east Australia set for a wet Sunday afternoon and week aheadto clear, leaving a mostly dry night. But wetter weather is on the way, with a
South-east Australia set for a wet Sunday afternoon and week ahead
Kiama Independent / Posted 29 minutes ago
to clear, leaving a mostly dry night. But wetter weather is on the way, with a low pressure system affecting south-east Australia set to arrive on Wednesday, "Models are indicating quite a deep area of low pressure in south-eastern Australia,... Read more
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Manning River Times
South-east Australia set for a wet Sunday afternoon and week aheadto clear, leaving a mostly dry night. But wetter weather is on the way, with a
South-east Australia set for a wet Sunday afternoon and week ahead
Manning River Times / Posted 30 minutes ago
to clear, leaving a mostly dry night. But wetter weather is on the way, with a low pressure system affecting south-east Australia set to arrive on Wednesday, "Models are indicating quite a deep area of low pressure in south-eastern Australia,... Read more
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The North West Star
Rodeo school comes to Mount IsaNext weekend will see four-time Australian Bull Riding Champion and the current
Rodeo school comes to Mount Isa
The North West Star / Posted 43 minutes ago
Next weekend will see four-time Australian Bull Riding Champion and the current national Bullfighting Champion share their knowledge and skills at the Hungry Jack’s Isa Rodeo School. The one day clinic will be held at Buchanan Park on Sunday, June... Read more
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FOX News
Australia Wins World Amateur Team Championship By 19 StrokesAustralia completed a runaway victory in the World Amateur Team Championship, b
Australia Wins World Amateur Team Championship By 19 Strokes
FOX News / Posted 44 minutes ago
Australia completed a runaway victory in the World Amateur Team Championship, beating England by 19 strokes Saturday and sweeping the top two individual spots. Australia won the Eisenhower Trophy for the fourth time, following victories in the... Read more
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The North West Star
Golf: Australia win world amateur teams championshipAustralia has won the World Amateur Teams Championship on Mexico's Caribbean co
Golf: Australia win world amateur teams championship
The North West Star / Posted 44 minutes ago
Australia has won the World Amateur Teams Championship on Mexico's Caribbean coast in dominant fashion. Australia has won the World Amateur Teams Championship on Mexico's Caribbean coast in dominant fashion. Coming into the event as hot favourites,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Cheer Up Hut volunteers remembered for war serviceSouth Australia's Volunteers who entertained soldiers and sailors in the Chee
Cheer Up Hut volunteers remembered for war service
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 45 minutes ago
South Australia's Volunteers who entertained soldiers and sailors in the Cheer Up huts of South Australia are being remembered and honoured this month. A Cheer Up Hut was a place for men to eat,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Perth Anzac parade attracts crowds despite rainlooks out over the city and the dawn sun. Daniel Fels said he had been bringin
Perth Anzac parade attracts crowds despite rain
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 45 minutes ago
looks out over the city and the dawn sun. Daniel Fels said he had been bringing his son Ben to the ceremony in Western Australia since he was two years old. "A large part of it is getting him, and myself, just that momentary connection ... to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Muradup remembers 13 men who never returned from WW1Tiny town of Muradup remembers the 13 men who never returned from war For a ce
Muradup remembers 13 men who never returned from WW1
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 45 minutes ago
Tiny town of Muradup remembers the 13 men who never returned from war For a century, a modest monument in a small Western Australian town has served as a solemn reminder of the close-knit community's contribution to World War I. The Muradup War... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tasmanian medieval festival on a quest to be the bestattracted entrants from around Tasmania and interstate. Organisers hope it bec
Tasmanian medieval festival on a quest to be the best
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 45 minutes ago
attracted entrants from around Tasmania and interstate. Organisers hope it becomes one of the major medieval festivals in Australia. "We'd like to make it one of the biggest … Tasmania is only small but we fight outside of our weight class," Lord... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Thousands enjoy annual Bay to Birdwood RunMotor Museum with old fashioned entertainment, swing dancing and a vintage fash
Thousands enjoy annual Bay to Birdwood Run
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 45 minutes ago
Motor Museum with old fashioned entertainment, swing dancing and a vintage fashions on the field. Photo: Motoring enthusiasts from around Australia travel to Adelaide to take part in the annual Bay to Birdwood Run. (ABC News: Clair... Read more
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Brisbane Times
NBN chief executive earns $3.6 million, as company reaches nearly 5000 employeesfinancial year, including a $1.2 million bonus. This made Mr Morrow one of the
NBN chief executive earns $3.6 million, as company reaches nearly 5000 employees
Brisbane Times / Posted 46 minutes ago
financial year, including a $1.2 million bonus. This made Mr Morrow one of the highest paid public sector employees in Australia alongside Australia Post chief executive Ahmed Fahour, who earns about $4 million annually. Mr Morrow was... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX recovery rally set to fizzle as focus shifts to US electionfret about his trade and foreign policies in particular." Mr Oliver noted that
ASX recovery rally set to fizzle as focus shifts to US election
Brisbane Times / Posted 46 minutes ago
fret about his trade and foreign policies in particular." Mr Oliver noted that a Trump victory could be more negative for Australia than the US, as one of his key platforms was trade protectionism and the local economy was much more vulnerable to... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Schensul: When a travel payment glitch doesn't always work in your favor - Travelinclude a fuel surcharge; honored. * American Airlines, in January 2010, sold
Schensul: When a travel payment glitch doesn't always work in your favor - Travel
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 49 minutes ago
include a fuel surcharge; honored. * American Airlines, in January 2010, sold first-class seats on Qantas from the U.S. to Australia for $1,100, the coach fare (first class tickets were going for up to $20,000 at the time); not honored. * Delta... Read more
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Daily Mail
Actress Olympia Valance showcases her ample posteriois currently the face of British lingerie brand Gossard and recently fronted th
Actress Olympia Valance showcases her ample posterio
Daily Mail / Posted 49 minutes ago
is currently the face of British lingerie brand Gossard and recently fronted the Autumn/Winter 2016 collection for the Australian arm of American fashion label, Guess. She recently admitted she's keen to relocate to either England or America... Read more
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The Age
NBN chief executive earns $3.6 million, as company reaches nearly 5000 employeesfinancial year, including a $1.2 million bonus. This made Mr Morrow one of the
NBN chief executive earns $3.6 million, as company reaches nearly 5000 employees
The Age / Posted 50 minutes ago
financial year, including a $1.2 million bonus. This made Mr Morrow one of the highest paid public sector employees in Australia alongside Australia Post chief executive Ahmed Fahour, who earns about $4 million annually. Mr Morrow was... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NBN chief executive earns $3.6 million, as company reaches nearly 5000 employeesfinancial year, including a $1.2 million bonus. This made Mr Morrow one of the
NBN chief executive earns $3.6 million, as company reaches nearly 5000 employees
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 52 minutes ago
financial year, including a $1.2 million bonus. This made Mr Morrow one of the highest paid public sector employees in Australia alongside Australia Post chief executive Ahmed Fahour, who earns about $4 million annually. Mr Morrow was... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Sparkling dance skills on showas the South Coast Ballroom Spectacular hit Anita’s Theatre. Social dancers, k
Sparkling dance skills on show
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 55 minutes ago
as the South Coast Ballroom Spectacular hit Anita’s Theatre. Social dancers, kids, beginners and serious contenders in the Australian ballroom dancing competition circuit packed in to the ornate theatre, with top dancers facing off to win the right... Read more
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The Courier
Carving a name for herselfsculpting was very big in the northern hemisphere but was mainly a niche market
Carving a name for herself
The Courier / Posted 59 minutes ago
sculpting was very big in the northern hemisphere but was mainly a niche market down under. She said chainsawing in Australia was regarded as a “man’s thing” but women overseas were encouraged to “just go for it”. However, she said she was... Read more
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News Mail
Bundy legend awarded OAMThe Lakes Retirement Village, in which the Governor of Queensland personally at
Bundy legend awarded OAM
News Mail / Posted 59 minutes ago
The Lakes Retirement Village, in which the Governor of Queensland personally attended to present his Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM). His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC, Governor of Queensland, made the special trip to Bundaberg... Read more
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Mashable
'Lil dachshunds racing in costume are just the medicine you needas part of Hophaus' Oktoberfest celebrations. The annual "running of the wiener
'Lil dachshunds racing in costume are just the medicine you need
Mashable / Posted an hour ago
as part of Hophaus' Oktoberfest celebrations. The annual "running of the wieners" raises money for Dachshund Rescue Australia. The cylindrical 'lil pups could win costume prizes, or show off their short-legged athleticism in a 15-metre... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Turnbull rules out GST change in short termconfirmed there will be no shake-up to GST distribution for 'some years'. It c
Turnbull rules out GST change in short term
Sky News Australia / Posted an hour ago
confirmed there will be no shake-up to GST distribution for 'some years'. It comes after he flagged changes at the West Australian state Liberal conference a month ago, proposing a minimum amount each state and territory would receive. The... Read more
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WA Today
NBN chief executive earns $3.6 million, as company reaches nearly 5000 employeesfinancial year, including a $1.2 million bonus. This made Mr Morrow one of the
NBN chief executive earns $3.6 million, as company reaches nearly 5000 employees
WA Today / Posted an hour ago
financial year, including a $1.2 million bonus. This made Mr Morrow one of the highest paid public sector employees in Australia alongside Australia Post chief executive Ahmed Fahour, who earns about $4 million annually. Mr Morrow was... Read more
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WA Today
ASX recovery rally set to fizzle as focus shifts to US electionfret about his trade and foreign policies in particular." Mr Oliver noted that
ASX recovery rally set to fizzle as focus shifts to US election
WA Today / Posted an hour ago
fret about his trade and foreign policies in particular." Mr Oliver noted that a Trump victory could be more negative for Australia than the US, as one of his key platforms was trade protectionism and the local economy was much more vulnerable to... Read more
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SportsFan
Johnson could play on: Giants coachover the future of ruckman-forward Rory Lobb, who reportedly might seek a trade
Johnson could play on: Giants coach
SportsFan / Posted an hour ago
over the future of ruckman-forward Rory Lobb, who reportedly might seek a trade to a club in his home state of Western Australia. Lobb had a breakout season, finishing among the top three in the competition for contested marks and chipped in... Read more
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Orange County Register
More treats than tricks at Disneyland's Halloween bashcalled (for the event) the "Cadaver Dans." But for most of the kids, including
More treats than tricks at Disneyland's Halloween bash
Orange County Register / Posted an hour ago
called (for the event) the "Cadaver Dans." But for most of the kids, including 7-year-old Jacob O’Connor from Sydney, Australia, the night was about one thing, “Lots and lots of treats.” Contact the writer:meades@scng.com or follow on twitter... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Locals don pink, hit road to fundraise for cancer researchaims to raise awareness about breast and gynaecological cancers, as well as rai
Locals don pink, hit road to fundraise for cancer research
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
aims to raise awareness about breast and gynaecological cancers, as well as raise funds for prevention programs, support services and vital cancer research. About 50 women are diagnosed with breast or a gynaecological cancer in Australia ever... Read more
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The Age
ASX recovery rally set to fizzle as focus shifts to US electionfret about his trade and foreign policies in particular." Mr Oliver noted that
ASX recovery rally set to fizzle as focus shifts to US election
The Age / Posted an hour ago
fret about his trade and foreign policies in particular." Mr Oliver noted that a Trump victory could be more negative for Australia than the US, as one of his key platforms was trade protectionism and the local economy was much more vulnerable to... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Dave Gunning helps kick off Sudbury concert seriesconcerts take place at St. Andrews Place, 111 Larch St., with show time 7 p.m.
Dave Gunning helps kick off Sudbury concert series
The Sudbury Star / Posted an hour ago
concerts take place at St. Andrews Place, 111 Larch St., with show time 7 p.m. sharp. Earlier this year, Gunning was in Australia and then played in the United States. "Australians and the U.S. love Canadian folk music. That makes me proud when... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX recovery rally set to fizzle as focus shifts to US electionfret about his trade and foreign policies in particular." Mr Oliver noted that
ASX recovery rally set to fizzle as focus shifts to US election
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
fret about his trade and foreign policies in particular." Mr Oliver noted that a Trump victory could be more negative for Australia than the US, as one of his key platforms was trade protectionism and the local economy was much more vulnerable to... Read more
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Canberra Times
The Winx shadow over Hauraki, Dibayani, Happy Clapper and Sons Of John offers a pointer to Epsom Handicap winnerto Winx the other time." David Hayes and his training partners have mapped a c
The Winx shadow over Hauraki, Dibayani, Happy Clapper and Sons Of John offers a pointer to Epsom Handicap winner
Canberra Times / Posted an hour ago
to Winx the other time." David Hayes and his training partners have mapped a course for Dibayani, which is yet to win in Australia, to avoid Winx this spring with the Epsom his first group 1 goal. "That Chipping Norton second was probably as... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX recovery rally set to fizzle as focus shifts to US electionfret about his trade and foreign policies in particular." Mr Oliver noted that
ASX recovery rally set to fizzle as focus shifts to US election
Canberra Times / Posted an hour ago
fret about his trade and foreign policies in particular." Mr Oliver noted that a Trump victory could be more negative for Australia than the US, as one of his key platforms was trade protectionism and the local economy was much more vulnerable to... Read more
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Western Advocate
Lepaio wins Bandits prizemost valuable player. BATHURST’S Haylee Lepaio might not have enjoyed the shar
Lepaio wins Bandits prize
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
most valuable player. BATHURST’S Haylee Lepaio might not have enjoyed the share of success she hoped for in her South East Australia Basketball League (SEABL) season but she was able to walk away from her year with the Albury-Wodonga Lady Bandits... Read more
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Western Advocate
Watson gets the crowd’s supportLabor Party, the dinner is also a celebration of Bathurst’s own Ben Chifley, a
Watson gets the crowd’s support
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
Labor Party, the dinner is also a celebration of Bathurst’s own Ben Chifley, a man of humble beginnings who rose to become Australia’s 16th prime minister. He served four years in the role from 1945 to 1949. The name of the dinner was inspired by... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Sparkling dance skills on showas the South Coast Ballroom Spectacular hit Anita’s Theatre. Social dancers, k
Sparkling dance skills on show
Kiama Independent / Posted an hour ago
as the South Coast Ballroom Spectacular hit Anita’s Theatre. Social dancers, kids, beginners and serious contenders in the Australian ballroom dancing competition circuit packed in to the ornate theatre, with top dancers facing off to win the right... Read more
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FOX News
Prince William, Kate Middleton Bring Children To Canada For First Official Tripeight-day trip marks the first overseas jaunt for 1-year-old Charlotte. Her bro
Prince William, Kate Middleton Bring Children To Canada For First Official Trip
FOX News / Posted an hour ago
eight-day trip marks the first overseas jaunt for 1-year-old Charlotte. Her brother, 3-year-old George, has visited Australia and New Zealand on an official tour. The public will only see the children once at their departure on Oct. 1 and... Read more
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News.com.au
Scratchie scam cards found in Perth mailA scratch-card scam promising at least $235,000 in cash winnings is again doing
Scratchie scam cards found in Perth mail
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
A scratch-card scam promising at least $235,000 in cash winnings is again doing the rounds, prompting warnings from West Australian authorities. The two scratchie cards are contained in glossy travel brochures sent from Malaysia and one is always a... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
George and Charlotte begin 'lifetime of friendship' with Canadaare rarely seen in public together and the tour is Charlotte's first official r
George and Charlotte begin 'lifetime of friendship' with Canada
North-West Evening Mail / Posted an hour ago
are rarely seen in public together and the tour is Charlotte's first official royal visit, but George travelled to Australia and New Zealand with his parents in 2014 when he was nine months old. George appeared a little hesitant as he... Read more
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The Courier
Tourist icon in Chinese accordinvestment, tourism and jobs. “Sichuan is China’s fastest growing region with
Tourist icon in Chinese accord
The Courier / Posted an hour ago
investment, tourism and jobs. “Sichuan is China’s fastest growing region with a powerhouse economy three times the size of Australia – we’ve now got a front seat and that’s going to be very rewarding for Victorian jobs,” Mr Andrews said. “This... Read more
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WA Today
How Elle Ferguson, Jesinta Campbell and Rebecca Judd are changing the face of the AFL WAGto beauty schools. Her ambition and a Kardashian-like knack for business chang
How Elle Ferguson, Jesinta Campbell and Rebecca Judd are changing the face of the AFL WAG
WA Today / Posted 2 hours ago
to beauty schools. Her ambition and a Kardashian-like knack for business changed the face of the sporting "WAG" in Australia and now the wives and girlfriends of Sydney's professional footballers are evolving that role even further. Photo... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Minister looks at equitable school funds dealdeals were done in 2013 amid tumultuous leadership changes from Julia Gillard t
Minister looks at equitable school funds deal
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 hours ago
deals were done in 2013 amid tumultuous leadership changes from Julia Gillard to Kevin Rudd to Tony Abbott. 'I think Australians would expect the federal government, when funding a school student who might be in a highly disadvantaged school,... Read more
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The News and Star
George and Charlotte begin 'lifetime of friendship' with Canadaare rarely seen in public together and the tour is Charlotte's first official r
George and Charlotte begin 'lifetime of friendship' with Canada
The News and Star / Posted 2 hours ago
are rarely seen in public together and the tour is Charlotte's first official royal visit, but George travelled to Australia and New Zealand with his parents in 2014 when he was nine months old. George appeared a little hesitant as he... Read more
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The Aero-News Network
Helicopter Collides With Cow During Herding OperationsAircraft Destroyed, Pilot And Bovine Are Fine Police in Coen, Australia in nor
Helicopter Collides With Cow During Herding Operations
The Aero-News Network / Posted 2 hours ago
Aircraft Destroyed, Pilot And Bovine Are Fine Police in Coen, Australia in northern Queensland are investigating an accident involving a Robinson R22 Beta mustering helicopter. According to local authorities, the aircraft allegedly struck a cow... Read more
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