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News.com.au
National rollout of high-speed broadband to create e-change waveMandurah couple Leon Demarte, 31, and Sophie Price, 23, owners of the newly ope
National rollout of high-speed broadband to create e-change wave
News.com.au / Posted 22 minutes ago
Mandurah couple Leon Demarte, 31, and Sophie Price, 23, owners of the newly opened DPM Cafe on Mandurah Terrace, in Mandurah. Picture: Daniel Wilkins WE have had the seachange and the tree-change. Next comes the e-change. In the age of... Read more
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SameSame
Plibersek: "Plebiscite is a 160 million dollar waste of money"Labor’s deputy leader Tanya Plibersek has joined the chorus of MPs calling on P
Plibersek: "Plebiscite is a 160 million dollar waste of money"
SameSame / Posted 40 minutes ago
Labor’s deputy leader Tanya Plibersek has joined the chorus of MPs calling on Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to scrap the complicated, divisive and expensive plebiscite. “I lot of people thought when the member of Wentworth became the Prime... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reportsOne of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its paym
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reports
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 44 minutes ago
One of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its payment system, and questioned whether anyone but the private sector would benefit from such a proposal. One of Medicare's architects says there is "no need" to outsource its... Read more
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The Young Witness
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reportsOne of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its paym
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reports
The Young Witness / Posted 46 minutes ago
One of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its payment system, and questioned whether anyone but the private sector would benefit from such a proposal. One of Medicare's architects says there is "no need" to outsource its... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Say goodbye to the most annoying money choreTax deduction changes, simplified tax returns: Why tax time is about to get eas
Say goodbye to the most annoying money chore
Daily Telegraph / Posted 53 minutes ago
Tax deduction changes, simplified tax returns: Why tax time is about to get easier | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Personal income tax compliance in... Read more
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Western Advocate
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reportsOne of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its paym
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reports
Western Advocate / Posted 55 minutes ago
One of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its payment system, and questioned whether anyone but the private sector would benefit from such a proposal. One of Medicare's architects says there is "no need" to outsource its... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reportsOne of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its paym
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reports
Kiama Independent / Posted 57 minutes ago
One of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its payment system, and questioned whether anyone but the private sector would benefit from such a proposal. One of Medicare's architects says there is "no need" to outsource its... Read more
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Manning River Times
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reportsOne of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its paym
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reports
Manning River Times / Posted 57 minutes ago
One of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its payment system, and questioned whether anyone but the private sector would benefit from such a proposal. One of Medicare's architects says there is "no need" to outsource its... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reportsOne of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its paym
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reports
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted an hour ago
One of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its payment system, and questioned whether anyone but the private sector would benefit from such a proposal. One of Medicare's architects says there is "no need" to outsource its... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Say goodbye to the most annoying money chorePersonal income tax compliance in Australia is “inordinately complex”. COULD w
Say goodbye to the most annoying money chore
The Courier Mail / Posted an hour ago
Personal income tax compliance in Australia is “inordinately complex”. COULD we soon be spared the annual headache of collecting receipts for the taxman? With an increase in the GST now off the table, the Turnbull government is considering... Read more
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The North West Star
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reportsOne of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its paym
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reports
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
One of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its payment system, and questioned whether anyone but the private sector would benefit from such a proposal. One of Medicare's architects says there is "no need" to outsource its... Read more
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The North West Star
Australia v New Zealand Test series: First big test of Steve Smith's captaincy beckonsThe honeymoon is over for Steve Smith. For the first time in the Australian cap
Australia v New Zealand Test series: First big test of Steve Smith's captaincy beckons
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
The honeymoon is over for Steve Smith. For the first time in the Australian captain's reign he is short of runs and presiding over a team that is not winning. The honeymoon is over for Steve Smith. For the first time in the Australian captain's... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Internet porn 'causing public health crisis' amongst young AustraliansInternet pornography causing public health crisis amongst young Australians, se
Internet porn 'causing public health crisis' amongst young Australians
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
Internet pornography causing public health crisis amongst young Australians, seminar hears Photo: Tim Gordon, 23, said he was addicted to porn at age 11 to 13, and found it difficult to see women as anything other than sex objects. (ABC News: Danuta... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Questions over South African company recruiting women to donate eggs in AustraliaKnown Egg Donors: Questions raised over South African company recruiting overse
Questions over South African company recruiting women to donate eggs in Australia
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
Known Egg Donors: Questions raised over South African company recruiting overseas women to donate eggs in Australia A South African fertility company has sparked renewed debate about the ethics of recruiting young women from overseas to donate their... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Climate change driving species to the poles faster than predicted: scientistsClimate change driving species to the Earth's poles faster than predicted, scie
Climate change driving species to the poles faster than predicted: scientists
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
Climate change driving species to the Earth's poles faster than predicted, scientists say Warming temperatures are pushing land and sea creatures closer to the north and south poles and to cooler altitudes at rates faster than first predicted,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
At least 45 Australians killed fighting in Syria, Iraq: ASIOASIO chief Duncan Lewis says at least 45 Australians killed fighting in Syria,
At least 45 Australians killed fighting in Syria, Iraq: ASIO
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
ASIO chief Duncan Lewis says at least 45 Australians killed fighting in Syria, Iraq Up to 49 Australians may have been killed while fighting in Syria and Iraq, Australia's spy chief says. ASIO director general Duncan Lewis told Senate estimates... Read more
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dna
Australia captain Steve Smith say no Test backlash to 'mob rule' wicketAustralian captain Steve Smith remained riled on Tuesday over the 'mob rule' di
Australia captain Steve Smith say no Test backlash to 'mob rule' wicket
dna / Posted an hour ago
Australian captain Steve Smith remained riled on Tuesday over the 'mob rule' dismissal in the final ODI against New Zealand but said the fallout would not spill over to upcoming Tests. Smith said that while Mitchell Marsh was legitimately caught and... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Holland America abandons the disco as it looks to attract younger cruisersHolland America president Orlando Ashford had never taken a cruise before joini
Holland America abandons the disco as it looks to attract younger cruisers
Brisbane Times / Posted an hour ago
Holland America president Orlando Ashford had never taken a cruise before joining the company in 2014. Photo: Daniel Munoz When Orlando Ashford took his first-ever cruise a few days after becoming president of Holland America Line in 2014 he noticed... Read more
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MumBRELLA
Everyone has an opinion but some are more important than others: researched vs. social Information is often weighed on the strength and volume of opinions shared on
Everyone has an opinion but some are more important than others: researched vs. social
MumBRELLA / Posted an hour ago
Information is often weighed on the strength and volume of opinions shared on social media but with less than 20% of Australians having a Twitter account, Pete... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reportsOne of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its paym
Medicare architect hits out at privatisation plan reports
Daily Liberal / Posted an hour ago
One of the architects of Medicare says there is "no need" to outsource its payment system, and questioned whether anyone but the private sector would benefit from such a proposal. One of Medicare's architects says there is "no need" to outsource its... Read more
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The Border Mail
'On the end of a mobile': union body sounds alarm on behalf of insecure workersA growing number of Australians have little control over when and how often the
'On the end of a mobile': union body sounds alarm on behalf of insecure workers
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
A growing number of Australians have little control over when and how often they work. At the Docklands end of Flinders Street is a little-known landmark, once a meeting spot for a city's hungry labourers. Twice a day, during the Depression, crowds... Read more
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News.com.au
‘The world’s largest outdoor insane asylum’Dean is a former ice addict who now calls Two Peaks home. TWO Peaks Mesa in Ne
‘The world’s largest outdoor insane asylum’
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
Dean is a former ice addict who now calls Two Peaks home. TWO Peaks Mesa in New Mexico has been dubbed the ‘largest open air insane asylum in the United States’. Perhaps that’s a bit harsh. It’s a vast desert plane home to a ragtag community of... Read more
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The Courier
'On the end of a mobile': union body sounds alarm on behalf of insecure workersA growing number of Australians have little control over when and how often the
'On the end of a mobile': union body sounds alarm on behalf of insecure workers
The Courier / Posted an hour ago
A growing number of Australians have little control over when and how often they work. At the Docklands end of Flinders Street is a little-known landmark, once a meeting spot for a city's hungry labourers. Twice a day, during the Depression, crowds... Read more
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WA Today
Scrap private health government rebates: WA expertMurdoch University Head of Health Policy Franceso Paolucci says the public-priv
Scrap private health government rebates: WA expert
WA Today / Posted an hour ago
Murdoch University Head of Health Policy Franceso Paolucci says the public-private health funding mix in Australia is unlike any other country in the world - and that's not a compliment. Photo: Supplied A West Australian health policy expert has... Read more
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The Age
'On the end of a mobile': union body sounds alarm on behalf of insecure workersIt was once called the Wailing Wall, where hard-luck labourers during the Great
'On the end of a mobile': union body sounds alarm on behalf of insecure workers
The Age / Posted an hour ago
It was once called the Wailing Wall, where hard-luck labourers during the Great Depression would gather twice a day. Photo: Jason Soith At the Docklands end of Flinders Street is a little-known landmark, once a meeting spot for a city's hungry... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australia v New Zealand Test series: First big test of Steve Smith's captaincy beckonsThe honeymoon is over for Steve Smith. For the first time in the Australian cap
Australia v New Zealand Test series: First big test of Steve Smith's captaincy beckons
Canberra Times / Posted an hour ago
The honeymoon is over for Steve Smith. For the first time in the Australian captain's reign he is short of runs and presiding over a team that is not winning. It's too early to say Smith is in a slump but his form tailed off towards the end of the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘The world’s largest outdoor insane asylum’Unplanned America documentary makers visit Two Peaks Mesa in New Mexico | Daily
‘The world’s largest outdoor insane asylum’
Daily Telegraph / Posted an hour ago
Unplanned America documentary makers visit Two Peaks Mesa in New Mexico | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Dean is a former ice addict who now calls Two Peaks... Read more
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The North West Star
Tom Harley denies Adam Goodes' farewell delayed due to booingSydney football manager Tom Harley has denied the club purposely avoided using
Tom Harley denies Adam Goodes' farewell delayed due to booing
The North West Star / Posted 2 hours ago
Sydney football manager Tom Harley has denied the club purposely avoided using the season-opening clash against Collingwood at ANZ Stadium for Adam Goodes' farewell lap of honour to avoid any chance of more booing from opposition fans. Sydney... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australia v New Zealand Test series: First big test of Steve Smith's captaincy beckonsThe honeymoon is over for Steve Smith. For the first time in the Australian cap
Australia v New Zealand Test series: First big test of Steve Smith's captaincy beckons
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
The honeymoon is over for Steve Smith. For the first time in the Australian captain's reign he is short of runs and presiding over a team that is not winning. It's too early to say Smith is in a slump but his form tailed off towards the end of the... Read more
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News.com.au
More Victorians are donating organs A little more than a year ago Ante Kelic was writing a will to leave for his
More Victorians are donating organs
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
A little more than a year ago Ante Kelic was writing a will to leave for his newly-pregnant wife, Kaya. A long-time sufferer of a chronic liver disease and chrome disease, Mr Kelic's clock was ticking. He needed... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Player ratings: How Aussies fared in Sydney SevensAustralia’s player ratings from the inaugural Sydney Sevens tournament | DailyT
Player ratings: How Aussies fared in Sydney Sevens
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
Australia’s player ratings from the inaugural Sydney Sevens tournament | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website IT was an almighty performance, but in the end New... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Navy remembers lives lost in Shark 02 off NiasThe crew of HMAS Darwin have remembered the nine personnel lost on the island o
Navy remembers lives lost in Shark 02 off Nias
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 hours ago
The crew of HMAS Darwin have remembered the nine personnel lost on the island of Nias in 2005. THE Navy family has again paused to remember nine Air Force and Navy personnel who lost their lives when helicopter Shark 02 crashed during humanitarian... Read more
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SKY News Business RSS
Half of young workers plan to job hopNearly half of all young Australian workers plan on quitting their jobs in the
Half of young workers plan to job hop
SKY News Business RSS / Posted 2 hours ago
Nearly half of all young Australian workers plan on quitting their jobs in the next two years. And four out of five millennials say they won't stay on beyond five years - with Australians more antsy than their global counterparts. The findings from... Read more
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Perth Now
More Victorians are donating organs A little more than a year ago Ante Kelic was writing a will to leave for his
More Victorians are donating organs
Perth Now / Posted 2 hours ago
A little more than a year ago Ante Kelic was writing a will to leave for his newly-pregnant wife, Kaya. A long-time sufferer of a chronic liver disease and chrome disease, Mr Kelic's clock was ticking. He needed... Read more
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Adelaide Now
More Victorians are donating organs A little more than a year ago Ante Kelic was writing a will to leave for his
More Victorians are donating organs
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 hours ago
A little more than a year ago Ante Kelic was writing a will to leave for his newly-pregnant wife, Kaya. A long-time sufferer of a chronic liver disease and chrome disease, Mr Kelic's clock was ticking. He needed... Read more
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CIO
Australian businesses a key target of ransomware-as-a-serviceAustralian businesses must defend themselves against the onslaught of ransomwar
Australian businesses a key target of ransomware-as-a-service
CIO / Posted 2 hours ago
Australian businesses must defend themselves against the onslaught of ransomware attacks as new research has found cybercriminals are increasingly targeting them with more elaborate and sophisticated measures. With the growing prevalence of... Read more
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CIO
Australian businesses a key target of ransomware-as-a-serviceAustralian businesses must defend themselves against the onslaught of ransomwar
Australian businesses a key target of ransomware-as-a-service
CIO / Posted 2 hours ago
Australian businesses must defend themselves against the onslaught of ransomware attacks as new research has found cybercriminals are increasingly targeting them with more elaborate and sophisticated measures. With the growing prevalence of... Read more
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The Courier Mail
More Victorians are donating organs A little more than a year ago Ante Kelic was writing a will to leave for his
More Victorians are donating organs
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
A little more than a year ago Ante Kelic was writing a will to leave for his newly-pregnant wife, Kaya. A long-time sufferer of a chronic liver disease and chrome disease, Mr Kelic's clock was ticking. He needed... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Navy remembers lives lost in Shark 02 off NiasThe crew of HMAS Darwin have remembered the nine personnel lost on the island o
Navy remembers lives lost in Shark 02 off Nias
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 hours ago
The crew of HMAS Darwin have remembered the nine personnel lost on the island of Nias in 2005. THE Navy family has again paused to remember nine Air Force and Navy personnel who lost their lives when helicopter Shark 02 crashed during humanitarian... Read more
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Junkee
A Lebanese News Show Took 'Here Come The Habibs!' To Some Locals And Nope, They're Not Keen On ItA Lebanese News Show Took ‘Here Come The Habibs!’ To Some Locals And Nope, They
A Lebanese News Show Took 'Here Come The Habibs!' To Some Locals And Nope, They're Not Keen On It
Junkee / Posted 2 hours ago
A Lebanese News Show Took ‘Here Come The Habibs!’ To Some Locals And Nope, They’re Not Keen On It Since the new show’s controversial trailer dropped just a few days into the new year, Australia has been feverishly debating the merits of Channel... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Australia’s player ratings from the inaugural Sydney Sevens tournamentIT was an almighty performance, but in the end New Zealand yet again broke the
Australia’s player ratings from the inaugural Sydney Sevens tournament
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
IT was an almighty performance, but in the end New Zealand yet again broke the hearts of Australians by scoring at the death to win the final of the inaugural Sydney Sevens tournament. But while the 27-24 loss was a bitter pill to swallow, the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Everyone has a role to play in closing the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australia, Kia Dowell writes Photo: Kia
Everyone has a role to play in closing the gap
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 hours ago
between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australia, Kia Dowell writes Photo: Kia Dowell is the CEO and co-founder of The Cultural Connection Code consultancy company. (Supplied: Carlene Davies) Closing... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Driverless electric bus to be trialled in WAFrench-made driverless electric bus to be trialled in Perth by RAC A driverles
Driverless electric bus to be trialled in WA
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 hours ago
French-made driverless electric bus to be trialled in Perth by RAC A driverless electric bus is set to be trialled in Perth in a test run for the use of autonomous vehicles on West Australian roads. The staged trial is being conducted and funded by... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Expect heatwaves every two years: scientistsLeading climate scientists say the number of annual heatwave days has risen mar
Expect heatwaves every two years: scientists
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Leading climate scientists say the number of annual heatwave days has risen markedly over the past 60 years. Photo: Bureau of Meteorology Australians must brace for hotter, longer and far more frequent heatwaves thanks to climate change. Leading... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The Valentine's Day gift with benefitsNot all charitable Valentines Day gifts are tax deductible. Photo: Nicki Davey
The Valentine's Day gift with benefits
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Not all charitable Valentines Day gifts are tax deductible. Photo: Nicki Davey Valentine's Day is synonymous with gift giving. Flowers, chocolates and diamonds, if you're lucky, all wrapped in a ribbon and accompanied by a hand written card. But... Read more
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The Border Mail
Seasonal worker program broadened for farmersChanges made to include other industries in scheme THE federal government has
Seasonal worker program broadened for farmers
The Border Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
Changes made to include other industries in scheme THE federal government has changed the seasonal worker program to include other agricultural industries outside of horticulture and bolster work-force options. The changes were announced by... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Ioane brothers back at BluesThe Ioane brothers with the NZ sevens team. Photo / Getty The Ioane brothers,
Ioane brothers back at Blues
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
The Ioane brothers with the NZ sevens team. Photo / Getty The Ioane brothers, Akira and Rieko, two of the hottest sevens prospects in the world after their exploits in Wellington and Sydney recently, will re-join the Blues tomorrow and could play in... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Half of young workers plan to job hopNearly half of all young Australian workers plan on quitting their jobs in the
Half of young workers plan to job hop
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 hours ago
Nearly half of all young Australian workers plan on quitting their jobs in the next two years. And four out of five millennials say they won't stay on beyond five years - with Australians more antsy than their global counterparts. The findings from... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Heatwaves becoming the norm: scientistAustralians must brace for hotter, longer and far more frequent heatwaves thank
Heatwaves becoming the norm: scientist
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 hours ago
Australians must brace for hotter, longer and far more frequent heatwaves thanks to climate change. Leading climate scientists say extreme prolonged heat is becoming the norm in Australia, where the number of annual heatwave days has risen markedly... Read more
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The Age
The Valentine's Day gift with benefitsNot all charitable Valentines Day gifts are tax deductible. Photo: Nicki Davey
The Valentine's Day gift with benefits
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
Not all charitable Valentines Day gifts are tax deductible. Photo: Nicki Davey Valentine's Day is synonymous with gift giving. Flowers, chocolates and diamonds, if you're lucky, all wrapped in a ribbon and accompanied by a hand written card. But... Read more
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