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2015/05/25 09:22
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Many of the things that Australians will travel thousands of miles for have pretty darned passable substitutes in Oz. For many Aussies, it doesn't count as travel until you go overseas. A passport is...
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2015/05/24 14:46
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TERRY James didn’t know what to expect when a letter arrived in the mail at the height of the Vietnam War, telling him he’d been conscripted into the army. But it was a moment that would define the...
2015/05/23 02:12
2015/05/23 02:12
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Australian taxpayers will be billed an estimated $115,000 for Prince Harry's month-long army secondment. Australian taxpayers will be billed an estimated $115,000 for Prince Harry's month-long army...
2015/05/23 02:05
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CHINA is “creating a great wall of sand” through land reclamation in the South China Sea, causing serious concerns about its territorial intentions, the commander of the US Pacific Fleet...
2015/05/20 21:46
2015/05/20 21:46
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An artist's impression of Doma Group's mixed use Lotus development planned for Dickson. The ACT Planning and Land Authority has knocked back the project because it failed to meet planning codes and...
2015/05/20 21:23
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SINCE losing her son in the Afghanistan conflict four years ago, Linda Birt continues to honour the memory of Corporal Ashley Birt. He was just 22 years old when the geospatial technician was killed...
2015/05/20 07:46
2015/05/20 07:46
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About 100 visitors were evacuated from the Australian War Memorial after a mobile tablet device caught fire in a storage space. Firefighters were called to the Campbell building after smoke from the...
2015/05/19 21:46
2015/05/19 21:46
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Anne Eccleston,73, has lived in her small public housing complex in Garran for 10 years. Photo: Melissa Adams Hundreds of Gungahlin residents are opposed to plans for a new 14-unit public housing...
2015/05/19 13:46
2015/05/19 13:46
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Kate (9) and Ben (7) Redmond, from Brisbane, with the statue of Simpson and his donkey on the 100th anniversary of his death. Photo: Rohan Thomson Every man at Gallipoli would lose out if a...
2015/05/18 21:46
2015/05/18 21:46
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The Gold Creek School P&C president Michele Justin, and former president Michael Rush are concerned about the public housing that will be built next door. Photo: Jamila Toderas More than 1300 new...
2015/05/18 21:17
2015/05/18 21:17
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Anzac Centenary Underbellydance: How a brush with the white slave trade sparked the first battle of the Anzacs Cairo’s notorious Haret el Wasser street, where “every possible vice under the sun...
2015/05/18 21:17
2015/05/18 21:17
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Simpson and donkey are Gallipoli heroes, despite new efforts to trash the legend Hero... Private John Simpson and a wounded soldier on his donkey, Gallipoli 1915 Picture: supplied Source:...
2015/05/18 17:15
2015/05/18 17:15
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Thursday is one of the days on the Australian calendar that is more sacred than many religious holidays. Thursday is one of the days on the Australian calendar that is more sacred than many religious...
2015/05/18 11:34
2015/05/18 11:34
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REUTERS/Dean LewinsBritain's Prince Harry receives a kiss from Victoria Mcrae carrying a 'Marry Me' banner during his visit to Sydney's Opera House in Australia on May 7, 2015. LONDON Britain’s...
2015/05/18 00:26
2015/05/18 00:26
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Anzac centenary: Anniversary of the death of Major General William Throsby Bridges This week marks 100 years since the death of the only identified Australian soldier to have died in combat in World...
2015/05/17 22:05
2015/05/17 22:05
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Australia has produced many fine soldiers and one of the finest was Albert Jacka, awarded the Victoria Cross on Gallipoli and whose later deeds, many believe, should have earned him a second and even...
2015/05/17 21:46
2015/05/17 21:46
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Professor Simon Easteal removes biological samples from a liquid nitrogen freezer at the John Curtin School of Medical Research at the ANU. Photo: Rohan Thomson Blood samples collected over 30 years...
2015/05/17 21:11
2015/05/17 21:11
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SINCE losing her son in the Afghanistan conflict four years ago, Linda Birt continues to honour the memory of Corporal Ashley Birt. He was just 22 years old when the geospatial technician was killed...
2015/05/17 13:46
2015/05/17 13:46
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Retired air vice-marshall Jim Flemming, of Campbell, flew mustangs, right, and meteors in Korea, and later flew Sabres, left. Jim Flemming, the first Australian to double the speed of sound, lived a...
2015/05/17 09:15
2015/05/17 09:15
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Archibald Prize winner Ben Quilty hopes he has helped play a part in raising awareness of the emotional trauma faced by Australian soldiers. BEN QUILTY: AFTER AFGHANISTAN February 21-April...
2015/05/25 09:22
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