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Daily Liberal
Litbits: Ghada Karmi, Kate Llewellyn, Rosie Batty speak at Canberra book eventsAuthors are turning out for literary events in Canberra in September. Two of
Litbits: Ghada Karmi, Kate Llewellyn, Rosie Batty speak at Canberra book events
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 hours ago
Authors are turning out for literary events in Canberra in September. Two of Australia's most successful and prolific writers, Jenny Bond and Chris Sheedy, have... Read more
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NewsWatch 12 Medford - Klamath Falls
Martiota Performance Cetner Planned at UOArticle & photo courtesy of UO Athletic Department: The latest cutting edge fa
Martiota Performance Cetner Planned at UO
NewsWatch 12 Medford - Klamath Falls / Posted 14 hours ago
Article & photo courtesy of UO Athletic Department: The latest cutting edge facility enhancement for Oregon athletics is designed to improve performance for all UO student-athletes, while honoring the legacy of their most distinguished recent... Read more
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Canberra Times
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sectorProminent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sector
Canberra Times / Posted 15 hours ago
Prominent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk say fund managers have benefited from the enormous growth in the super industry at the expense of members. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Superannuation funds are pressuring... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sectorProminent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sector
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 hours ago
Prominent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk say fund managers have benefited from the enormous growth in the super industry at the expense of members. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Superannuation funds are pressuring... Read more
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The Age
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sectorProminent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sector
The Age / Posted 15 hours ago
Prominent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk say fund managers have benefited from the enormous growth in the super industry at the expense of members. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Superannuation funds are pressuring... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sectorProminent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sector
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
Prominent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk say fund managers have benefited from the enormous growth in the super industry at the expense of members. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Superannuation funds are pressuring... Read more
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WA Today
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sectorProminent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sector
WA Today / Posted 15 hours ago
Prominent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk say fund managers have benefited from the enormous growth in the super industry at the expense of members. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Superannuation funds are pressuring... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Suicide prevention barriers finally go up on Story BridgeTHE final stage of the Story Bridge's $8.4 million suicide prevention barriers
Suicide prevention barriers finally go up on Story Bridge
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
THE final stage of the Story Bridge's $8.4 million suicide prevention barriers - the three-metre high stainless steel mesh walls on both walkways - will be added from next week. The three-metre tall wave-shaped mesh walls have been specifically... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Suicide prevention barriers finally go up on Story BridgeTHE final stage of the Story Bridge's $8.4 million suicide prevention barriers
Suicide prevention barriers finally go up on Story Bridge
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
THE final stage of the Story Bridge's $8.4 million suicide prevention barriers - the three-metre high stainless steel mesh walls on both walkways - will be added from next week. The three-metre tall wave-shaped mesh walls have been specifically... Read more
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Queensland Times
Suicide prevention barriers finally go up on Story BridgeTHE final stage of the Story Bridge's $8.4 million suicide prevention barriers
Suicide prevention barriers finally go up on Story Bridge
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
THE final stage of the Story Bridge's $8.4 million suicide prevention barriers - the three-metre high stainless steel mesh walls on both walkways - will be added from next week. The three-metre tall wave-shaped mesh walls have been specifically... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Suicide prevention barriers finally go up on Story BridgeTHE final stage of the Story Bridge's $8.4 million suicide prevention barriers
Suicide prevention barriers finally go up on Story Bridge
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
THE final stage of the Story Bridge's $8.4 million suicide prevention barriers - the three-metre high stainless steel mesh walls on both walkways - will be added from next week. The three-metre tall wave-shaped mesh walls have been specifically... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Gov't is taking steps to address ice in CQ - Health MinisterICE has become a scourge on our communities, and the Palaszczuk government is m
Gov't is taking steps to address ice in CQ - Health Minister
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
ICE has become a scourge on our communities, and the Palaszczuk government is more than aware just how much so. The stories of damage this sinister drug continues to inflict, in particular on young people and their families, are rife, and we know... Read more
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News Mail
Gov't is taking steps to address ice in CQ - Health MinisterICE has become a scourge on our communities, and the Palaszczuk government is m
Gov't is taking steps to address ice in CQ - Health Minister
News Mail / Posted yesterday
ICE has become a scourge on our communities, and the Palaszczuk government is more than aware just how much so. The stories of damage this sinister drug continues to inflict, in particular on young people and their families, are rife, and we know... Read more
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News Mail
Suicide prevention barriers finally go up on Story BridgeTHE final stage of the Story Bridge's $8.4 million suicide prevention barriers
Suicide prevention barriers finally go up on Story Bridge
News Mail / Posted yesterday
THE final stage of the Story Bridge's $8.4 million suicide prevention barriers - the three-metre high stainless steel mesh walls on both walkways - will be added from next week. The three-metre tall wave-shaped mesh walls have been specifically... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Gov't is taking steps to address ice in CQ - Health MinisterICE has become a scourge on our communities, and the Palaszczuk government is m
Gov't is taking steps to address ice in CQ - Health Minister
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
ICE has become a scourge on our communities, and the Palaszczuk government is more than aware just how much so. The stories of damage this sinister drug continues to inflict, in particular on young people and their families, are rife, and we know... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Voiceup to protect our children from harmA PUBLIC information event about domestic violence will be held on Thursday at
Voiceup to protect our children from harm
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
A PUBLIC information event about domestic violence will be held on Thursday at the Coffs Harbour Community Village as part of National Children Protection Week. The information evening will run from 6-8pm and will be centred on increasing the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Final stage in $8.4m Story Bridge suicide barrier programConcept design for barriers on the Story Bridge. Photo: Supplied The final sta
Final stage in $8.4m Story Bridge suicide barrier program
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Concept design for barriers on the Story Bridge. Photo: Supplied The final stage of the Story Bridge's $8.4 million suicide prevention barriers – the three-metre high stainless steel mesh walls on both walkways – will be added from next week. The... Read more
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The Age
Super sector outgrows local sharemarketTony Brennan says super funds will increasingly need to look outside the Austra
Super sector outgrows local sharemarket
The Age / Posted yesterday
Tony Brennan says super funds will increasingly need to look outside the Australian market. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan Australian listed companies may need to issue less equity and raise more bonds over the coming years to satisfy the needs of the $2... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Super sector outgrows local sharemarketTony Brennan says super funds will increasingly need to look outside the Austra
Super sector outgrows local sharemarket
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Tony Brennan says super funds will increasingly need to look outside the Australian market. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan Australian listed companies may need to issue less equity and raise more bonds over the coming years to satisfy the needs of the $2... Read more
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The Age
ASIC raises concern over default super selectionASIC senior executive Ged Fitzpatrick. A lack of competition in the default su
ASIC raises concern over default super selection
The Age / Posted yesterday
ASIC senior executive Ged Fitzpatrick. A lack of competition in the default super fund market could be letting some funds get away with doing a sloppy job risk disclosure and member communications. "When, as happens in our current system, employers... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASIC raises concern over default super selectionASIC senior executive Ged Fitzpatrick. A lack of competition in the default su
ASIC raises concern over default super selection
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
ASIC senior executive Ged Fitzpatrick. A lack of competition in the default super fund market could be letting some funds get away with doing a sloppy job risk disclosure and member communications. "When, as happens in our current system, employers... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Toowoomba Turf club CEO sets pace with award winCLIFFORD Park members and patrons are officially in the best of hands after the
Toowoomba Turf club CEO sets pace with award win
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
CLIFFORD Park members and patrons are officially in the best of hands after the announcement of this year's Australian Institute of Management Excellence Awards. Toowoomba Turf Club CEO Blair Odgers has been named regional Not For Profit Manager of... Read more
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Queensland Times
Toowoomba Turf club CEO sets pace with award winCLIFFORD Park members and patrons are officially in the best of hands after the
Toowoomba Turf club CEO sets pace with award win
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
CLIFFORD Park members and patrons are officially in the best of hands after the announcement of this year's Australian Institute of Management Excellence Awards. Toowoomba Turf Club CEO Blair Odgers has been named regional Not For Profit Manager of... Read more
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Queensland Times
Toowoomba leaders win at management excellence awardsTWO inspiring local leaders have been named the best in Toowoomba at the Austra
Toowoomba leaders win at management excellence awards
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
TWO inspiring local leaders have been named the best in Toowoomba at the Australian Institute of Management's annual Excellence Awards. Toowoomba Turf Club chief executive officer Blair Odgers was named the Not for Profit Manager of the Year. Mr... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Toowoomba leaders win at management excellence awardsTWO inspiring local leaders have been named the best in Toowoomba at the Austra
Toowoomba leaders win at management excellence awards
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
TWO inspiring local leaders have been named the best in Toowoomba at the Australian Institute of Management's annual Excellence Awards. Toowoomba Turf Club chief executive officer Blair Odgers was named the Not for Profit Manager of the Year. Mr... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Mining safety at forefrontWorkSafe's chief mines inspector Tony Forster at the annual AusIMM mining confe
Mining safety at forefront
Otago Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
WorkSafe's chief mines inspector Tony Forster at the annual AusIMM mining conference in Dunedin yesterday; backdrop, the fire following the third Pike River explosion. PHOTO: LINDA ROBERTSON Health and safety continues to be at the forefront of the... Read more
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Canberra Times
We need the truth about payWhat difference would full pay disclosure mean for attracting talent? Photo: Ka
We need the truth about pay
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
What difference would full pay disclosure mean for attracting talent? Photo: Karl Hilzinger Should Australian companies be required to disclose the pay gap between their male and female workers, or if they choose not to report this information, have... Read more
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News Mail
Local author reaches out to veteransTHE world entered a new age of uncertainty and hope 70 years ago today. The nu
Local author reaches out to veterans
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
THE world entered a new age of uncertainty and hope 70 years ago today. The nuclear age had begun and, along with it (and perhaps partly because of it), the most powerful nations on earth set about committing themselves to a new respect for... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Low growth pushing super funds into more opaque alternative assetsFirst State Super chief investment officer Richard Brandweiner says they have "
Low growth pushing super funds into more opaque alternative assets
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
First State Super chief investment officer Richard Brandweiner says they have "increased out exposure to alternative assets to help deal with lower returns". Photo: Daniel Munoz Ultra-low interest rates and sluggish global growth are pushing... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Calls to elder abuse helpline prompt NSW inquiryElder abuse inquiry set up in NSW to investigate claims of financial, physical
Calls to elder abuse helpline prompt NSW inquiry
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
Elder abuse inquiry set up in NSW to investigate claims of financial, physical and psychological mistreatment The NSW Government has set up a parliamentary inquiry into elder abuse after a helpline received thousands of calls alleging financial,... Read more
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Manning River Times
Wingham's Luke Bailey aims for Rio 2016WHEELCHAIR racer Luke Bailey from Wingham is preparing for a torrid schedule of
Wingham's Luke Bailey aims for Rio 2016
Manning River Times / Posted 3 days ago
WHEELCHAIR racer Luke Bailey from Wingham is preparing for a torrid schedule of events in Australia and overseas in the next few months that he hopes will culminate in selection in the Australian team for the 2016 Rio Paralympic Ready to race:... Read more
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News Mail
Senator Fiona Nash says excise increases reduce smokingASSISTANT Health Minister SenSeator Fiona Nash says big tobacco companies can w
Senator Fiona Nash says excise increases reduce smoking
News Mail / Posted 3 days ago
ASSISTANT Health Minister SenSeator Fiona Nash says big tobacco companies can whinge all they like but excise increases help reduce smoking rates and save lives. The latest national tobacco tax excise increase of 12.5 per cent, effective yesterday,... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Coast coal miners seeking to surviveThe West Coast's stricken coal miners - Solid Energy and Bathurst Resources - b
Coast coal miners seeking to survive
Otago Daily Times / Posted 3 days ago
The West Coast's stricken coal miners - Solid Energy and Bathurst Resources - both attended the mining industry's annual New Zealand conference yesterday, to the surprise of many of the 260 delegates. A decision on Solid Energy's future, and how it... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Minister says surveying will help minersExploration in the minerals sector should get a much needed boost from the coll
Minister says surveying will help miners
Otago Daily Times / Posted 3 days ago
Exploration in the minerals sector should get a much needed boost from the collation of government funded geological data, just as was done for the oil and gas sector, Energy and Resources Minister Simon Bridges says. The minister attended day two... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Two gold miners pass milestones, conference toldNew Zealand's largest gold producer and arguably one of the smallest commercial
Two gold miners pass milestones, conference told
Otago Daily Times / Posted 3 days ago
New Zealand's largest gold producer and arguably one of the smallest commercial operators in the country have both notched up milestones this week, despite the withering global gold price pushing some competitors to the wall. Triple listed Oceana... Read more
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Canberra Times
User pays could make ASIC fat and lazyAustralian Institute of Company Directors chief John Brogden has labelled plans
User pays could make ASIC fat and lazy
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Australian Institute of Company Directors chief John Brogden has labelled plans for a levy on big business to fund the regulator "lazy". Photo: Brendan Esposito Forcing the country's biggest banks and businesses to pick up the bill for the cost of... Read more
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Brisbane Times
User pays could make ASIC fat and lazyAustralian Institute of Company Directors chief John Brogden has labelled plans
User pays could make ASIC fat and lazy
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
Australian Institute of Company Directors chief John Brogden has labelled plans for a levy on big business to fund the regulator "lazy". Photo: Brendan Esposito Forcing the country's biggest banks and businesses to pick up the bill for the cost of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
User pays could make ASIC fat and lazyAustralian Institute of Company Directors chief John Brogden has labelled plans
User pays could make ASIC fat and lazy
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Australian Institute of Company Directors chief John Brogden has labelled plans for a levy on big business to fund the regulator "lazy". Photo: Brendan Esposito Forcing the country's biggest banks and businesses to pick up the bill for the cost of... Read more
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WA Today
User pays could make ASIC fat and lazyAustralian Institute of Company Directors chief John Brogden has labelled plans
User pays could make ASIC fat and lazy
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
Australian Institute of Company Directors chief John Brogden has labelled plans for a levy on big business to fund the regulator "lazy". Photo: Brendan Esposito Forcing the country's biggest banks and businesses to pick up the bill for the cost of... Read more
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The Age
User pays could make ASIC fat and lazyAustralian Institute of Company Directors chief John Brogden has labelled plans
User pays could make ASIC fat and lazy
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Australian Institute of Company Directors chief John Brogden has labelled plans for a levy on big business to fund the regulator "lazy". Photo: Brendan Esposito Forcing the country's biggest banks and businesses to pick up the bill for the cost of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Emergency department staff working overtime to meet demand, prompting recruitment driveCanberra Hospital emergency department staff are working overtime as they await
Emergency department staff working overtime to meet demand, prompting recruitment drive
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Canberra Hospital emergency department staff are working overtime as they await new recruits. Staff at Canberra Hospital's emergency department have been working overtime to treat an increasing number of patients, prompting management to launch a... Read more
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WA Today
'If these higher global oil prices are maintained we are going to see higher prices again'Fuel prices are set to jump in coming weeks. Photo: Greg Newington The days of
'If these higher global oil prices are maintained we are going to see higher prices again'
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
Fuel prices are set to jump in coming weeks. Photo: Greg Newington The days of petrol being below $1.30 a litre in Australia are coming to an end, economists have warned. Petrol prices are expected to jump within a fortnight because of skyrocketing... Read more
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The Courier
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coastTributes flow for world-class gymnast who was swept off rocks on NSW South Coas
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coast
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
Tributes flow for world-class gymnast who was swept off rocks on NSW South Coast on Sunday. A former world-class gymnast who drowned while rock fishing near Batemans Bay has been remembered as a great man, friend, and mentor to the Canberra... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coastTributes flow for world-class gymnast who was swept off rocks on NSW South Coas
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coast
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
Tributes flow for world-class gymnast who was swept off rocks on NSW South Coast on Sunday. A former world-class gymnast who drowned while rock fishing near Batemans Bay has been remembered as a great man, friend, and mentor to the Canberra... Read more
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The Young Witness
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coastTributes flow for world-class gymnast who was swept off rocks on NSW South Coas
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coast
The Young Witness / Posted 3 days ago
Tributes flow for world-class gymnast who was swept off rocks on NSW South Coast on Sunday. A former world-class gymnast who drowned while rock fishing near Batemans Bay has been remembered as a great man, friend, and mentor to the Canberra... Read more
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Canberra Times
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coastZou Li Min, who drowned after being swept off rocks at South Durras on Sunday.
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coast
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Zou Li Min, who drowned after being swept off rocks at South Durras on Sunday. Photo: Supplied A former world-class gymnast who drowned while rock fishing near Batemans Bay has been remembered as a great man, friend, and mentor to the Canberra... Read more
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Western Advocate
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coastTributes flow for world-class gymnast who was swept off rocks on NSW South Coas
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coast
Western Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
Tributes flow for world-class gymnast who was swept off rocks on NSW South Coast on Sunday. A former world-class gymnast who drowned while rock fishing near Batemans Bay has been remembered as a great man, friend, and mentor to the Canberra... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coastTributes flow for world-class gymnast who was swept off rocks on NSW South Coas
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coast
Kiama Independent / Posted 3 days ago
Tributes flow for world-class gymnast who was swept off rocks on NSW South Coast on Sunday. A former world-class gymnast who drowned while rock fishing near Batemans Bay has been remembered as a great man, friend, and mentor to the Canberra... Read more
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Manning River Times
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coastTributes flow for world-class gymnast who was swept off rocks on NSW South Coas
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coast
Manning River Times / Posted 3 days ago
Tributes flow for world-class gymnast who was swept off rocks on NSW South Coast on Sunday. A former world-class gymnast who drowned while rock fishing near Batemans Bay has been remembered as a great man, friend, and mentor to the Canberra... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coastTributes flow for world-class gymnast who was swept off rocks on NSW South Coas
Chinese gymnast Zou Li Min drowns while rock fishing on Australia's south coast
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 3 days ago
Tributes flow for world-class gymnast who was swept off rocks on NSW South Coast on Sunday. A former world-class gymnast who drowned while rock fishing near Batemans Bay has been remembered as a great man, friend, and mentor to the Canberra... Read more
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