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Illawarra Mercury
That time we lost a 30-tonne whale in Port Kemblawas a spectacular part of Illawarra marine life. In 2014 the wild seas shed li
That time we lost a 30-tonne whale in Port Kembla
Illawarra Mercury / Posted an hour ago
was a spectacular part of Illawarra marine life. In 2014 the wild seas shed light on a strange animal - and its bizarre group mating habits. It was a free-living, free-loving, colourful swinger called the sea hare. A Mercury reader photographed... Read more
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Kiama Independent
That time we lost a 30-tonne whale in Port Kemblawas a spectacular part of Illawarra marine life. In 2014 the wild seas shed li
That time we lost a 30-tonne whale in Port Kembla
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 hours ago
was a spectacular part of Illawarra marine life. In 2014 the wild seas shed light on a strange animal - and its bizarre group mating habits. It was a free-living, free-loving, colourful swinger called the sea hare. A Mercury reader photographed... Read more
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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
Tesla town and LED bridges: the best green innovations of the weekan optional add-on. The project is expected to achieve a six-star ecologically
Tesla town and LED bridges: the best green innovations of the week
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 2 days ago
an optional add-on. The project is expected to achieve a six-star ecologically sustainable development rating from the Australian Government, which would be a Melbourne first for a vacant area of land converted into a housing development.Amazon... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
Man finds woman living in his atticJustice Minister Alexandre de Moraes said the suspects had promoted propaganda
Man finds woman living in his attic
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 2 days ago
Justice Minister Alexandre de Moraes said the suspects had promoted propaganda from the so-called Islamic State group and had been in online contact with members of the terrorist group. Brazil Justice Minister Alexandre de Moraes said... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Festival celebrates 40th anniversary: Should the party continue?directors were English men of a particular generation and taste, Caust says. "I
Sydney Festival celebrates 40th anniversary: Should the party continue?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
directors were English men of a particular generation and taste, Caust says. "In more recent times, they tend to be Australian males of a particular generation and taste, although the odd international male appears from time to time. Very,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Winton flooding strands museum staff for a weekQueensland. Staff at an outback museum fear they could become part of the exhi
Winton flooding strands museum staff for a week
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
Queensland. Staff at an outback museum fear they could become part of the exhibit, after becoming trapped inside the attraction due to heavy rain. The Bureau of Meteorology said 120 millimetres had fallen in Winton in the past seven... Read more
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Canberra Times
City Loop bus bustles workmates to lunchnew Loop service links CBD spots such as the City Bus Station, Canberra Centre,
City Loop bus bustles workmates to lunch
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
new Loop service links CBD spots such as the City Bus Station, Canberra Centre, Braddon precinct, Northbourne Avenue, the Australian National University and New Acton precinct. We chose a lunchtime because Transport Canberra has reported that in... Read more
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Sporting Life
Net Talk: US Open value huntthe hardcourt is no reason for concern, quite the opposite in fact - remember B
Net Talk: US Open value hunt
Sporting Life / Posted 5 days ago
the hardcourt is no reason for concern, quite the opposite in fact - remember Bouchard is a former semi-finalist at the Australian Open.The US Open is where one of her biggest problems began - a locker-room fall during last year's tournament... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Desperate measures: What the Bastille Day attack tells us about ISDaesh breathes life into the terrorist spirit that we are fighting." The Middl
Desperate measures: What the Bastille Day attack tells us about IS
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
Daesh breathes life into the terrorist spirit that we are fighting." The Middle East remains the key. While terrorist groups retain any substantial territory and attract funding and members including fighters, they can continue to feed the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Strange things that have washed up in the Illawarradrifted onto the rocky shoreline at Sandon Point in September 2010. Wendy McFar
Strange things that have washed up in the Illawarra
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 days ago
drifted onto the rocky shoreline at Sandon Point in September 2010. Wendy McFarlane from whale rescue and conservation group ORCCA said the male whale appeared to have been hit by a ship then had its tail bitten off by sharks. A rotting whale... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Strange things that have washed up in the Illawarradrifted onto the rocky shoreline at Sandon Point in September 2010. Wendy McFar
Strange things that have washed up in the Illawarra
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
drifted onto the rocky shoreline at Sandon Point in September 2010. Wendy McFarlane from whale rescue and conservation group ORCCA said the male whale appeared to have been hit by a ship then had its tail bitten off by sharks. A rotting whale... Read more
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Western Advocate
WIN DVDs + Blu-rays | Bewitched complete boxsets, classic Dr Strangelove on Blu-rayCOMPLETE BOX | Series 1-8 on DVD BE-TWITCHED | Elizabeth Montgomery (left) wit
WIN DVDs + Blu-rays | Bewitched complete boxsets, classic Dr Strangelove on Blu-ray
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
COMPLETE BOX | Series 1-8 on DVD BE-TWITCHED | Elizabeth Montgomery (left) with scene-stealing Agnes Moorehead. Q | Which Australian actor played Samantha in the 2005 mess-of-a-movie remake? (4 x 35DVD boxsets worth $79.95 each to win. Contest... Read more
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Perth Now
Pies go fishing for big ’C-Bass’New South Wales/GWS alliance. Bassett’s manager Mel Jones said yesterday the g
Pies go fishing for big ’C-Bass’
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
New South Wales/GWS alliance. Bassett’s manager Mel Jones said yesterday the goaler has been in Melbourne for management group meetings and had been at Collingwood to use its indoor court for Diamonds’ training. “She was over for management... Read more
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Herald Sun
Pies go fishing for big ’C-Bass’New South Wales/GWS alliance. Bassett’s manager Mel Jones said yesterday the g
Pies go fishing for big ’C-Bass’
Herald Sun / Posted 9 days ago
New South Wales/GWS alliance. Bassett’s manager Mel Jones said yesterday the goaler has been in Melbourne for management group meetings and had been at Collingwood to use its indoor court for Diamonds’ training. “She was over for management... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Pies go fishing for big ’C-Bass’New South Wales/GWS alliance. Bassett’s manager Mel Jones said yesterday the g
Pies go fishing for big ’C-Bass’
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
New South Wales/GWS alliance. Bassett’s manager Mel Jones said yesterday the goaler has been in Melbourne for management group meetings and had been at Collingwood to use its indoor court for Diamonds’ training. “She was over for management... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Pies go fishing for big ’C-Bass’New South Wales/GWS alliance. Bassett’s manager Mel Jones said yesterday the g
Pies go fishing for big ’C-Bass’
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
New South Wales/GWS alliance. Bassett’s manager Mel Jones said yesterday the goaler has been in Melbourne for management group meetings and had been at Collingwood to use its indoor court for Diamonds’ training. “She was over for management... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Pies go fishing for big ’C-Bass’New South Wales/GWS alliance. Bassett’s manager Mel Jones said yesterday the g
Pies go fishing for big ’C-Bass’
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
New South Wales/GWS alliance. Bassett’s manager Mel Jones said yesterday the goaler has been in Melbourne for management group meetings and had been at Collingwood to use its indoor court for Diamonds’ training. “She was over for management... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Babcock to move Australian headquarters to Adelaide, lured by defence growth and SA grant Engineering support services company Ba
Babcock to move Australian headquarters to Adelaide
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
, lured by defence growth and SA grant Engineering support services company Babcock International Group will move its Australasian headquarters to Adelaide from Brisbane, citing a growing defence... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Pokemon Go craze hits Calgary, sends players on augmented reality huntto hunt down Nintendo anime creatures that appear to inhabit the real world has
Pokemon Go craze hits Calgary, sends players on augmented reality hunt
Calgary Sun / Posted 11 days ago
to hunt down Nintendo anime creatures that appear to inhabit the real world has led him to exotic portals. “I used an Australian account, then deleted it, then used a regular one,” said the avid game devotee who was just immersing himself in... Read more
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Daily Mail
Bill Nye the Science Guy slams new Noah's Ark attraction during visit'The kids are being brainwashed': Bill Nye the Science Guy slams new Noah's Ark
Bill Nye the Science Guy slams new Noah's Ark attraction during visit
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
'The kids are being brainwashed': Bill Nye the Science Guy slams new Noah's Ark attraction during a visit Friday after protests were held at its opening A 155 metre-long, $100million Noah's ark attraction built by an Australian creationist will... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Juggling high school and Hollywoodto be our next big acting export. The ambitious young performer was barely a t
Juggling high school and Hollywood
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
to be our next big acting export. The ambitious young performer was barely a teenager when she swapped high school in Australian suburbia for the bright lights of Los Angeles and a full-time job. Barrett plays Samantha in the hit US sitcom... Read more
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News.com.au
Why you need to remember the name Holly Barrettto be our next big acting export. The ambitious young performer was barely a t
Why you need to remember the name Holly Barrett
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
to be our next big acting export. The ambitious young performer was barely a teenager when she swapped high school in Australian suburbia for the bright lights of Los Angeles and a full-time job. Barrett plays Samantha in the hit US sitcom... Read more
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Herald Sun
Juggling high school and Hollywoodto be our next big acting export. The ambitious young performer was barely a t
Juggling high school and Hollywood
Herald Sun / Posted 13 days ago
to be our next big acting export. The ambitious young performer was barely a teenager when she swapped high school in Australian suburbia for the bright lights of Los Angeles and a full-time job. Barrett plays Samantha in the hit US sitcom... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Juggling high school and Hollywoodto be our next big acting export. The ambitious young performer was barely a t
Juggling high school and Hollywood
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
to be our next big acting export. The ambitious young performer was barely a teenager when she swapped high school in Australian suburbia for the bright lights of Los Angeles and a full-time job. Barrett plays Samantha in the hit US sitcom... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Juggling high school and Hollywoodto be our next big acting export. The ambitious young performer was barely a t
Juggling high school and Hollywood
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 days ago
to be our next big acting export. The ambitious young performer was barely a teenager when she swapped high school in Australian suburbia for the bright lights of Los Angeles and a full-time job. Barrett plays Samantha in the hit US sitcom... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Making money in Melbourne’s property marketto their property development portfolios. The increasing number of Malaysians
Making money in Melbourne’s property market
The Borneo Post / Posted 14 days ago
to their property development portfolios. The increasing number of Malaysians showing interest spells good news for the Australian city’s sagging real estate sector that is still trying to recoup from the global slowdown. Melbourne is one of... Read more
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Forres Gazette
Forres Highland Games due to take place in Grant Parkinto Grant Park on Saturday (July 9). Pipe bands will be massing in Grant Park
Forres Highland Games due to take place in Grant Park
Forres Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
into Grant Park on Saturday (July 9). Pipe bands will be massing in Grant Park for the Highland Games this weekend. Attractions will include massed pipe bands, the heavy events section, the 10K road race, track and cycling events, Highland... Read more
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Perth Now
Flood of anger over Aussie’s arkNow, he’s waiting for the supporters — and the protesters — to come. The dinosa
Flood of anger over Aussie’s ark
Perth Now / Posted 17 days ago
Now, he’s waiting for the supporters — and the protesters — to come. The dinosaurs? Apparently, they’re already there. Australian-born Ham left Brisbane and his job as a science teacher three decades ago for America. The Young Earth... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Flood of anger over Aussie’s arkNow, he’s waiting for the supporters — and the protesters — to come. The dinosa
Flood of anger over Aussie’s ark
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
Now, he’s waiting for the supporters — and the protesters — to come. The dinosaurs? Apparently, they’re already there. Australian-born Ham left Brisbane and his job as a science teacher three decades ago for America. The Young Earth... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Protesters fire up as Aussie’s ark opensNow, he’s waiting for the supporters — and the protesters — to come. The dinosa
Protesters fire up as Aussie’s ark opens
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
Now, he’s waiting for the supporters — and the protesters — to come. The dinosaurs? Apparently, they’re already there. Australian-born Ham left Brisbane and his job as a science teacher three decades ago for America. The Young Earth... Read more
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News.com.au
Apparently, there were dinosaurs on the ark ...Now, he’s waiting for the supporters — and the protesters — to come. The dinosa
Apparently, there were dinosaurs on the ark ...
News.com.au / Posted 17 days ago
Now, he’s waiting for the supporters — and the protesters — to come. The dinosaurs? Apparently, they’re already there. Australian-born Ham left Brisbane and his job as a science teacher three decades ago for America. The Young Earth... Read more
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express
This replica of Noah's Ark cost £100m to build and is finally set to openthe project, said the ark was built based on dimensions traced back to the Bibl
This replica of Noah's Ark cost £100m to build and is finally set to open
express / Posted 17 days ago
the project, said the ark was built based on dimensions traced back to the Bible. Mr Ham, the president of religious group Answers in Genesis, believes God created everything 6,000 years ago – including dinosaurs. The notorious Australian... Read more
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Daily Mail
Noah's ark replica built by Australian creationist set to openAustralian creationist builds a giant 510-foot long replica of Noah's ark in Ke
Noah's ark replica built by Australian creationist set to open
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
Australian creationist builds a giant 510-foot long replica of Noah's ark in Kentucky at a cost of $135 MILLION A 155 metre-long, $135 million Noah's ark attraction built by an Australian creationist will open this week Ken Ham, president of... Read more
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Raw Story
Christian fundamentalists aren’t going away any time soon — and this proves itright seemed an unstoppable behemoth in terms of political clout. The Moral Maj
Christian fundamentalists aren’t going away any time soon — and this proves it
Raw Story / Posted 19 days ago
right seemed an unstoppable behemoth in terms of political clout. The Moral Majority, Focus on the Family, and other groups came to dominate public policy discussions by mobilising large groups of conservative Christians into a formidable... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
A Super future ahead for Pacific Islandersyou geographically locate them and how do you fund it?" says Marinos. "They are
A Super future ahead for Pacific Islanders
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 21 days ago
you geographically locate them and how do you fund it?" says Marinos. "They are certainly one of the geographies, teams and group of players who will be considered because they can add value to the competition. "Where it is geographically located,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
A Super future ahead for Pacific Islandersyou geographically locate them and how do you fund it?" says Marinos. "They are
A Super future ahead for Pacific Islanders
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 21 days ago
you geographically locate them and how do you fund it?" says Marinos. "They are certainly one of the geographies, teams and group of players who will be considered because they can add value to the competition. "Where it is geographically located,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Melbourne Portshousing developments. This is a seat where Labor has usually trailed on first p
Melbourne Ports
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 days ago
housing developments. This is a seat where Labor has usually trailed on first preference votes in recent years, relying on Australian Democrat and more recently on Green preferences to come from behind and win.Past Election ResultsYearWinning... Read more
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WA Today
Goodbye to old England forever?Just as living in London is a rite of passage for many young Australians, the U
Goodbye to old England forever?
WA Today / Posted 22 days ago
Just as living in London is a rite of passage for many young Australians, the United Kingdom has always had a special pull for businesses heading into the wider world. Some 1500 Australian companies are active in the UK, the Department of Foreign... Read more
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The Age
Goodbye to old England forever?Just as living in London is a rite of passage for many young Australians, the U
Goodbye to old England forever?
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
Just as living in London is a rite of passage for many young Australians, the United Kingdom has always had a special pull for businesses heading into the wider world. Some 1500 Australian companies are active in the UK, the Department of Foreign... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Goodbye to old England forever?Just as living in London is a rite of passage for many young Australians, the U
Goodbye to old England forever?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 days ago
Just as living in London is a rite of passage for many young Australians, the United Kingdom has always had a special pull for businesses heading into the wider world. Some 1500 Australian companies are active in the UK, the Department of Foreign... Read more
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Canberra Times
Goodbye to old England forever?Just as living in London is a rite of passage for many young Australians, the U
Goodbye to old England forever?
Canberra Times / Posted 22 days ago
Just as living in London is a rite of passage for many young Australians, the United Kingdom has always had a special pull for businesses heading into the wider world. Some 1500 Australian companies are active in the UK, the Department of Foreign... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Goodbye to old England forever?Just as living in London is a rite of passage for many young Australians, the U
Goodbye to old England forever?
Brisbane Times / Posted 22 days ago
Just as living in London is a rite of passage for many young Australians, the United Kingdom has always had a special pull for businesses heading into the wider world. Some 1500 Australian companies are active in the UK, the Department of Foreign... Read more
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Daily Mirror
What next after Brexit? 5 possible scenarios for the UK's departure from the EUis most likely to proceed. Norway model In desperation, Britain could agree t
What next after Brexit? 5 possible scenarios for the UK's departure from the EU
Daily Mirror / Posted 25 days ago
is most likely to proceed. Norway model In desperation, Britain could agree to join the European Economic Area, a wider group which includes the 27 remaining EU countries plus Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland. This would allow us to keep full... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Uncertainty prevails for property investors post BrexitAustralian property investors are predicting short-term turmoil in Britain foll
Uncertainty prevails for property investors post Brexit
Brisbane Times / Posted 27 days ago
Australian property investors are predicting short-term turmoil in Britain following the vote to leave the EU but also expect that the volatility will trigger an inflow of capital as overseas cash seeks safe havens outside of Europe. The main... Read more
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The Age
Uncertainty prevails for property investors post BrexitA group of young people gather to protest at Parliament Square in London the da
Uncertainty prevails for property investors post Brexit
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
A group of young people gather to protest at Parliament Square in London the day after a majority of the British public voted to leave the European Union. Photo: Getty Australian property investors are predicting short-term turmoil in Britain... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Uncertainty prevails for property investors post BrexitA group of young people gather to protest at Parliament Square in London the da
Uncertainty prevails for property investors post Brexit
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
A group of young people gather to protest at Parliament Square in London the day after a majority of the British public voted to leave the European Union. Photo: Getty Australian property investors are predicting short-term turmoil in Britain... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Chris Waller, Hugh Bowman and Winx group 1 season leadersStar attraction: Winx has been the year's outstanding horse. Photo: James Bric
Chris Waller, Hugh Bowman and Winx group 1 season leaders
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
Star attraction: Winx has been the year's outstanding horse. Photo: James Brickwood Chris Waller, Hugh Bowman and Winx have topped the group 1 tables for season 2015-16 and are set to continue their domination next season. The final group 1 went... Read more
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The North West Star
Chris Waller, Hugh Bowman and Winx group 1 season leadersChris Waller, Hugh Bowman and Winx have topped the group 1 tables for season 20
Chris Waller, Hugh Bowman and Winx group 1 season leaders
The North West Star / Posted 28 days ago
Chris Waller, Hugh Bowman and Winx have topped the group 1 tables for season 2015-16 and are set to continue their dominates in next season. Chris Waller, Hugh Bowman and Winx have topped the group 1 tables for season 2015-16 and are set to continue... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Newest tourist attraction to tap into Christian curiosityWILLIAMSTOWN, Ky. — In less than two weeks, tourists can board a life-sized rec
Newest tourist attraction to tap into Christian curiosity
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 30 days ago
WILLIAMSTOWN, Ky. — In less than two weeks, tourists can board a life-sized recreation of Noah’s Ark, an attraction advertised as the closest to the legendary ship of the Bible that modern civilization can build. The insides of the 90-plus-foot-tall... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Newest tourist attraction to tap into Christian curiosityWILLIAMSTOWN, Ky. — In less than two weeks, tourists can board a life-sized rec
Newest tourist attraction to tap into Christian curiosity
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 30 days ago
WILLIAMSTOWN, Ky. — In less than two weeks, tourists can board a life-sized recreation of Noah’s Ark, an attraction advertised as the closest to the legendary ship of the Bible that modern civilization can build. The insides of the 90-plus-foot-tall... Read more
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