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2015/03/28 20:17
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TODAY ten ordinary people are going to make your Facebook feed extraordinary. By travelling through time to become your friends. And they can help answer the nagging question that underpins every...
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2015/03/28 02:26
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Governor-General visits Chinese monument to Australian soldiers who died in little-known WWII chapter A little known story about a group of Australian soldiers who fought alongside Chinese guerrillas...
2015/03/27 23:16
2015/03/27 23:16
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Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage by Richard Lewer, at Gow Langsford Gallery from next week. Just before Christmas, New Zealand artist Richard Lewer, long based in Melbourne, won the A$25,000 ($24,500)...
2015/03/27 20:34
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TWO seedlings taken from the Aleppo pine tree, better known as the Lone Pine on the Gallipoli Peninsula, were yesterday delivered to Mackay. Lance Corporal Benjamin Charles Smith of the 3rd Battalion...
2015/03/27 14:20
2015/03/27 14:20
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With maps of Australia on his buttons and an unused grenade in one pocket, Alby Lowerson will bravely beckon comrades for generations to come. The daughter of a World War I Victoria Cross recipient...
2015/03/27 11:18
2015/03/27 11:18
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Standing up: David Pocock made a strong, and entirely correct, stand for sport. Photo: Getty Images There has been some extraordinary criticism this week, including from those who should know better,...
2015/03/27 07:46
2015/03/27 07:46
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Black Diggers with George Bostock, centre: Writer Tom Wright says the play has been a big hit with the general public. Photo: Branco Gaica Nobody knows for sure how many Indigenous men fought in...
2015/03/26 23:26
2015/03/26 23:26
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The marginal NSW seat of Monaro is proving to be a tough battleground, with two popular candidates fighting over a margin of just 2 per cent. The Australian War Memorial receives three 97-year-old...
2015/03/26 09:26
2015/03/26 09:26
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The Australian War Memorial receives three 97-year-old pieces of fruitcake, baked for the homecoming of an Aussie digger. A new health institute at the University of Canberra will tackle issues such...
2015/03/26 09:26
2015/03/26 09:26
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... cake included in Australian War Memorial collection depicts a slice of post-war life The Australian War Memorial (AWM) has received an interesting addition to its collection - three...
2015/03/26 00:23
2015/03/26 00:23
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My Great Uncle, William Wade was born in South Canterbury, New Zealand and he enlisted at Liverpool in Sydney on 10th February 1915. Uncle Willie was on the Southland (official war painting held by...
2015/03/25 20:47
2015/03/25 20:47
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Canberra Hospital staff who are ready to take industrial action from Monday over pay and conditions. Photo: Rohan Thomson Representatives of the group, which includes specialists, intensive care and...
2015/03/25 20:19
2015/03/25 20:19
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THE Border will be the first to host a national touring exhibition that promises to immerse visitors in Australia’s World War I story. Prime Minister Tony Abbott greets Tim Fischer during the launch...
2015/03/25 11:15
2015/03/25 11:15
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Charles and Mary Christiansen could be forgiven for feeling they lost their son Charles twice during World War I. Charles Walter Christiansen. Picture courtesy of Illawarra Remembers Charles and...
2015/03/25 10:48
2015/03/25 10:48
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Minister for Indigenous Affairs Nigel Scullion. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen The federal government has flown high-achieving Indigenous students to Canberra this week as part of a forward-looking plan...
2015/03/25 02:41
2015/03/25 02:41
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Upon going to Gallipoli this year for the 100th commemoration, father and son, Michael and Ben Graham delved into their family's history with the war. "THE fact that we will be doing what many...
2015/03/25 02:34
2015/03/25 02:34
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THE launch of the Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience will allow communities to become immersed in Australia's First World War story over the centenary of Anzac period. From September 2015 to April...
2015/03/24 22:27
2015/03/24 22:27
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DUBBO: A family is rejoicing, after being reunited with a priceless piece of family memorabilia. Bucky Tink and John Van Der Reyden with the plaque. Photo: JENNIFER HOAR A plaque dedicated to Walter...
2015/03/24 22:22
2015/03/24 22:22
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All your local, regional and national headlines 9:00am: Well, our Grilling time has come to a close, make sure you check back in with Grace Ryan in Narromine tomorrow. In the meantime, keep an tab...
2015/03/24 17:22
2015/03/24 17:22
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Dipso was a popular race winner, a famous racehorse from around 1912 in Dubbo and surrounding towns in Western NSW. Dipso was a popular race winner, a famous racehorse from around 1912 in Dubbo and...
2015/03/28 20:17
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