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2014/09/20 14:46
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Tony Abbott has said Canberra could be a potential target for terrorists. A terrorism expert and former military intelligence officer believes Canberra's location and the "quality" Australian...
2014/09/20 14:46
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2014/09/20 14:46
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Robert McGregor of Terang paid $2600 for this 1925 AWA Radiola Model 4 at a Canberra auction. Photo: Graham Tidy After 23 years, an Australia-wide search came to head on Saturday when a grinning...
2014/09/20 13:29
2014/09/20 13:29
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JUST when the families of the secretive soldiers in the Special Air Service Regiment thought they could relax, here they go again. Over the last week the quiet men from Australia’s special forces have...
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2014/09/19 17:05
2014/09/19 17:05
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There are times when farce and living caricature almost consume the cynicism and mendacity in the daily life of Australia's rulers. Across the front pages is a photograph of a resolute Tony Abbott...
2014/09/19 06:22
2014/09/19 06:22
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One hundred years on, a crucial fact regarding the history of World War I has finally been revealed and will see a Wellington local travel to Sydney to witness history being amended. ABOVE: Donald...
2014/09/18 13:07
2014/09/18 13:07
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THE Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge only ranked second and third best. And neither the Great Barrier Reef nor Uluru made the top 10. No, it turns out Australia’s top landmark is the Australian...
2014/09/16 23:27
2014/09/16 23:27
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The War That Changed Us: Series director Don Featherstone on making the program The centenary of World War I abounds with stories of courage and heartache as men and women were thrown into the chaos...
2014/09/15 20:15
2014/09/15 20:15
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Gallipoli, Turkey: Two middle-aged historians are standing in ditches throwing rocks at each other. Gallipoli, Turkey: Two middle-aged historians are standing in ditches throwing rocks at each...
2014/09/14 02:19
2014/09/14 02:19
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ONE of “Albury’s Own”, Jim Henderson, was humbled but thrilled yesterday when a plaque was unveiled in honour of the 2/23 Infantry Battalion in Canberra. ONE of “Albury’s Own”, Jim Henderson, was...
2014/09/13 16:16
2014/09/13 16:16
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Descendants were to lay 35 crosses donated by the Australian War Memorial with messages written by Australian school children at a ceremony to the crew of the World War One submarine AE1 which was...
2014/09/13 09:22
2014/09/13 09:22
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When Andrew Dunkley began writing a short story about his grandfather's experiences in the First World War, he had no idea it would be broadcast on ABC Radio across Australia and be made into a spoken...
2014/09/13 05:26
2014/09/13 05:26
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Alice Springs debates flying Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags at Anzac monument The decision to seek input on whether the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags should fly at an Anzac...
2014/09/13 05:26
2014/09/13 05:26
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Fact check: Who has a say in sending Australian troops to war? "The Australian people, through the entire Australian Parliament, deserve a say in whether we go to war but Tony Abbott, Clive Palmer...
2014/09/13 05:26
2014/09/13 05:26
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Australian War Memorial's Menin Gate stone lions to travel to original WWI site at Ypres in Belgium The stone lions which guard the entrance to the Australian War Memorial (AWM) in Canberra are going...
2014/09/13 05:26
2014/09/13 05:26
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Hard political decisions behind World War I explained in new exhibition at Old Parliament House The political decisions behind Australia's decision to join Britain in World War I are being explained...
2014/09/12 23:06
2014/09/12 23:06
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ON THE banks of the Sepik River, villagers go about their daily life. Children are on their knees playing in the mud, rowing dug-out canoes and splashing in the water, naked except for a few...
2014/09/12 22:19
2014/09/12 22:19
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AFTER war was declared in August 1914, three Albury brothers were compelled to enlist. IT may now be hard to imagine the wait for news of loved ones at war - but that was the nature of conflict,...
2014/09/12 22:19
2014/09/12 22:19
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A MOVING tribute in Canberra to honour three North East brothers who fought in the Great War. ‘Tomorrow we will be in action, perhaps tonight’ writes North East boy Henry Honeychurch, not long before...
2014/09/12 12:46
2014/09/12 12:46
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Delicate work: Victoria Gill, left, discusses a lithograph with owner Marie Nicholls and fellow conservator Alexa McNaught-Reynolds. The lithograph is by Marion Griffin. Photo: Graham Tidy People...
2014/09/12 07:29
2014/09/12 07:29
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FORMER Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein was not an "immediate threat" but still had to be toppled, says a former Howard government defence minister. AS Australia weighs up the price of helping the US...
2014/09/20 14:46
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