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Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney solicitor Leigh Johnson embroiled in court spat with former clientstate's highest court, Ms Johnson has been rebuked for "unfair tactics" in her
Sydney solicitor Leigh Johnson embroiled in court spat with former client
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
state's highest court, Ms Johnson has been rebuked for "unfair tactics" in her dealings with an elderly couple behind the Australian Institute of Music (AIM), the nation's largest private music school. The Woollahra-based lawyer, who was at the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
The Border Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Labor vows to support women's sports on TVin pay, corporate sponsorship and fan support.' Mr Shorten will make the annou
Labor vows to support women's sports on TV
Sky News Australia / Posted 7 hours ago
in pay, corporate sponsorship and fan support.' Mr Shorten will make the announcement in Canberra on Sunday at the Australian Institute of Sport. Labor expects the money may go towards acquiring the rights to under-represented events such... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
Daily Liberal / Posted 8 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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Canberra Times
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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The Age
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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WA Today
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
WA Today / Posted 9 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
New concussion guidelines for children as concern grows about sporting knockssport for at least two weeks after a landmark policy was unveiled by Australia'
New concussion guidelines for children as concern grows about sporting knocks
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
sport for at least two weeks after a landmark policy was unveiled by Australia's leading medical and sporting bodies. The Australian Institute of Sport and the Australian Medical Association launched a joint initiative on Saturday recommending... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Evans’ rough road to Riograteful to have them around me.” Another turning point for the London silver
Evans’ rough road to Rio
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 hours ago
grateful to have them around me.” Another turning point for the London silver medallist was when she teamed up with West Australian Institute of Sport head coach Bud McAllister, who she described as “the perfect coach”, in late 2014. “I was... Read more
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The Border Mail
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
The Border Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 16 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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The Courier
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
The Courier / Posted 16 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 16 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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The Young Witness
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
The Young Witness / Posted 16 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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Western Advocate
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
Western Advocate / Posted 17 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
Kiama Independent / Posted 17 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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Manning River Times
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
Manning River Times / Posted 17 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 17 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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The North West Star
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
The North West Star / Posted 17 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Rio Olympics poses 'unimaginable risk' of spreading Zika virus: expertBrazil after the period of the Games and make sure they're given the right advi
Rio Olympics poses 'unimaginable risk' of spreading Zika virus: expert
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 hours ago
Brazil after the period of the Games and make sure they're given the right advice." But the executive director of the West Australian Institute of Sport, Steve Lawrence, is confident the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) will do everything it can... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashiansand doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and arm
Freelee the Banana Girl and vegan YouTubers are the next Kardashians
Daily Liberal / Posted 17 hours ago
and doesn't use toilet paper. With more righteous rage than Pete Evans and armed with a certificate in nutrition from the Australian Institute of Fitness, the 30-something proves there isn't much to do in Adelaide other than regularly taunt... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Has the AIS lost its winning edge?AUSTRALIA'S million dollar sporting factory is standing idle just 10 weeks out
Has the AIS lost its winning edge?
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
AUSTRALIA'S million dollar sporting factory is standing idle just 10 weeks out from the 2016 Rio Olympics. The Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra has just one Olympic-bound fulltime resident on the eve of the Rio Games. A panel, which... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Has the AIS lost its winning edge?Rio Olympics 2016: questions raised over credibility of the Australian Institut
Has the AIS lost its winning edge?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 18 hours ago
Rio Olympics 2016: questions raised over credibility of the Australian Institute of Sport | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this... Read more
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Perth Now
Biggest shake-up to Medicare in 30 years— more than seven million people — have a chronic condition, and an increasing
Biggest shake-up to Medicare in 30 years
Perth Now / Posted 18 hours ago
— more than seven million people — have a chronic condition, and an increasing number have multiple conditions. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare reported in mid-2015 that about 20 per cent of the population had two or more... Read more
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Herald Sun
Biggest shake-up to Medicare in 30 years— more than seven million people — have a chronic condition, and an increasing
Biggest shake-up to Medicare in 30 years
Herald Sun / Posted 19 hours ago
— more than seven million people — have a chronic condition, and an increasing number have multiple conditions. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare reported in mid-2015 that about 20 per cent of the population had two or more... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Biggest shake-up to Medicare in 30 years— more than seven million people — have a chronic condition, and an increasing
Biggest shake-up to Medicare in 30 years
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
— more than seven million people — have a chronic condition, and an increasing number have multiple conditions. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare reported in mid-2015 that about 20 per cent of the population had two or more... Read more
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The Courier Mail
How Katie saw her chance to shine in Riowas coming my way.”Katie Kelly takes some great form into the Olympic event. K
How Katie saw her chance to shine in Rio
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
was coming my way.”Katie Kelly takes some great form into the Olympic event. Kelly, living in Canberra and training at the Australian Institute of Sport, will have a disadvantage over many rivals in her vision-impaired class in Rio — triathlon’s... Read more
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Canberra Times
Athletics: Melissa Breen still chasing Olympic A-qualifierto compete in Rio in August, Breen clocked a time of 11.40 seconds with a 1.1 w
Athletics: Melissa Breen still chasing Olympic A-qualifier
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
to compete in Rio in August, Breen clocked a time of 11.40 seconds with a 1.1 wind at Athletics ACT's high-noon meet at the Australian Institute of Sport. Melissa Breen's next meet is in Townsville next week. Photo: Rohan Thomson The 25-year-old... Read more
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The Courier
New concussion guidelines for children welcomed by local sporting teamssuffer a head injury have been welcomed by junior sporting clubs. On Saturday
New concussion guidelines for children welcomed by local sporting teams
The Courier / Posted yesterday
suffer a head injury have been welcomed by junior sporting clubs. On Saturday the Australian Medical Association and the Australian Institute of Sport released a statement recommending children aged under 18 who suffer concussion should not... Read more
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The Age
New concussion guidelines for children welcomed by local sporting teamssuffer a head injury have been welcomed by junior sporting clubs. On Saturday
New concussion guidelines for children welcomed by local sporting teams
The Age / Posted yesterday
suffer a head injury have been welcomed by junior sporting clubs. On Saturday the Australian Medical Association and the Australian Institute of Sport released a statement recommending children aged under 18 who suffer concussion should not... Read more
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The Border Mail
New concussion guidelines for children welcomed by local sporting teamssuffer a head injury have been welcomed by junior sporting clubs. On Saturday
New concussion guidelines for children welcomed by local sporting teams
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
suffer a head injury have been welcomed by junior sporting clubs. On Saturday the Australian Medical Association and the Australian Institute of Sport released a statement recommending children aged under 18 who suffer concussion should not... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
McEwenHe is a graduate of the University of Melbourne and Curtin University of Techno
McEwen
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
He is a graduate of the University of Melbourne and Curtin University of Technology, as well as an Associate Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Financial Services... Read more
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Canberra Times
Landmark national concussion protocol released for junior and amateur sportsfrom contact sport for two weeks after being cleared of concussion symptoms und
Landmark national concussion protocol released for junior and amateur sports
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
from contact sport for two weeks after being cleared of concussion symptoms under a landmark policy launched by the Australian Institute of Sport and Australian Medical Association. The collaborative position statement made on Saturday... Read more
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The North West Star
Landmark national concussion protocol released for junior and amateur sportsfrom contact sport for two weeks after being cleared of concussion symptoms und
Landmark national concussion protocol released for junior and amateur sports
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
from contact sport for two weeks after being cleared of concussion symptoms under a landmark policy launched by the Australian Institute of Sport and Australian Medical Association. The collaborative position statement made on Saturday... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Children with suspected concussions 'should be kept off field for two weeks'two weeks under new advice from leading medical and sporting bodies. The Austr
Children with suspected concussions 'should be kept off field for two weeks'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
two weeks under new advice from leading medical and sporting bodies. The Australian Medical Association (AMA) and the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) released a joint recommendation on concussions in sport highlighting the need for... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Doctors warn of sports-related concussionplay sport for at least a fortnight after symptoms have disappeared, doctors wa
Doctors warn of sports-related concussion
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
play sport for at least a fortnight after symptoms have disappeared, doctors warn. The Australian Medical Association and Australian Institute of Sport have released a joint statement on concussion in sport amid growing concerns about the... Read more
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The Courier
Jared Tallent lives up to his name, wins fifth Ballarat Sportsperson of the Year awardChina. Determined to win an elusive world championships gold medal, Tallent sa
Jared Tallent lives up to his name, wins fifth Ballarat Sportsperson of the Year award
The Courier / Posted yesterday
China. Determined to win an elusive world championships gold medal, Tallent says working with a psychologist at the Australian Institute of Sport is helping to give him an edge in his mentally tough discipline. Tallent’s focus is firmly on... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Meet the female footballers who are finally getting paid what they deserve– plus $750 per match and travel allowances. What pushes most over the six-fig
Meet the female footballers who are finally getting paid what they deserve
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
– plus $750 per match and travel allowances. What pushes most over the six-figure threshold in 2016 are payments from the Australian Institute of Sport via their athletes' support scheme for Olympic medal prospects, which works out at around... Read more
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The Age
Athletics: Melissa Breen hoping to book Olympic spot at Canberra meetto lock down an A-qualifying time and an automatic Olympic Games spot when she
Athletics: Melissa Breen hoping to book Olympic spot at Canberra meet
The Age / Posted yesterday
to lock down an A-qualifying time and an automatic Olympic Games spot when she competes in Saturday's High Noon meet at the Australian Institute of Sport. Breen has recently returned from a trip to Asia where poor weather conditions crippled any... Read more
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Canberra Times
Athletics: Melissa Breen hoping to book Olympic spot at Canberra meetto lock down an A-qualifying time and an automatic Olympic Games spot when she
Athletics: Melissa Breen hoping to book Olympic spot at Canberra meet
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
to lock down an A-qualifying time and an automatic Olympic Games spot when she competes in Saturday's High Noon meet at the Australian Institute of Sport. Breen has recently returned from a trip to Asia where poor weather conditions crippled any... Read more
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News.com.au
The thing internet customers neednearly 10 per cent of its staff since the Coalition came to power in 2013, acco
The thing internet customers need
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
nearly 10 per cent of its staff since the Coalition came to power in 2013, according to a report released this month by the Australian Institute. But the consumer focused government body says the cost of the program is “modest”. “If a program were... Read more
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The Courier
There’s no world title guarantees for Tallentpresenting the walker with a gold medal with the regulation pomp. The skit was
There’s no world title guarantees for Tallent
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
presenting the walker with a gold medal with the regulation pomp. The skit was posted online by Pat Birgan, manager of the Australian Institute of Sport's European Training Centre in Varese, Italy. Birgan made specific reference to the 2011 world... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Have bulk billing rates increased under the Coalition?ageing population with chronic diseases who make up the majority of bulk billed
Have bulk billing rates increased under the Coalition?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
ageing population with chronic diseases who make up the majority of bulk billed patients. Professor Bonney pointed to Australian Institute of Health and Welfare research from 2008, which showed that 3.2 per cent of the population received 51... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Jared Tallent in mock medal ceremony, but no world title guaranteepresenting the walker with a gold medal with the regulation pomp. The skit was
Jared Tallent in mock medal ceremony, but no world title guarantee
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
presenting the walker with a gold medal with the regulation pomp. The skit was posted online by Pat Birgan, manager of the Australian Institute of Sport's European Training Centre in Varese, Italy. Birgan made specific reference to the 2011 world... Read more
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The Age
Jared Tallent in mock ceremony, but no world title guaranteepresenting the walker with a gold medal with the regulation pomp. The skit was
Jared Tallent in mock ceremony, but no world title guarantee
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
presenting the walker with a gold medal with the regulation pomp. The skit was posted online by Pat Birgan, manager of the Australian Institute of Sport's European Training Centre in Varese, Italy. Birgan made specific reference to the 2011 world... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Report finds government could save $9 billion in healthcare costs by addressing childhood traumaEconomics, which conducted the research, used data from the royal commission, t
Report finds government could save $9 billion in healthcare costs by addressing childhood trauma
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Economics, which conducted the research, used data from the royal commission, the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare and the US Adverse Childhood Experiences Study in his economic modelling to define... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Surfers deliver sports balls to Mentawai Islands villagersof sporting balls, which include soccer, volleyball, basketball and rugby balls
Surfers deliver sports balls to Mentawai Islands villagers
Kiama Independent / Posted 3 days ago
of sporting balls, which include soccer, volleyball, basketball and rugby balls, were gathering dust in a locker at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra. Dennis Callahan who has connections to the AIS decided the balls would make a big... Read more
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The Courier
Tallent spoof makes statementand the United States on Tuesday night. The ceremony took place in a small tow
Tallent spoof makes statement
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
and the United States on Tuesday night. The ceremony took place in a small town on Lake Varese, northern Italy, near the Australian Institute of Sport European base where Tallent is preparing for this year’s Rio Olympics. Tallent crossed the... Read more
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