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The New Zealand Herald
UK wants to kick out boy whose first language is GaelicAustralians Gregg and Kathryn Brain and their seven-year-old son Lachlan moved
UK wants to kick out boy whose first language is Gaelic
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 minutes ago
Australians Gregg and Kathryn Brain and their seven-year-old son Lachlan moved to Dingwall, Scotland, in 2011 but are now facing deportation under new UK immigration rules. They have lived there for years and made it their home but an Australian... Read more
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Pasadena Weekly
Always Writing, On the Move“Then when you go back home you don’t feel the same way either. One of the reas
Always Writing, On the Move
Pasadena Weekly / Posted 17 minutes ago
“Then when you go back home you don’t feel the same way either. One of the reasons I love LA is I have a community of Australians here and we’ve known each other a long time.” Now that’s she back in town, she’s planning “a little tour of... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Will gun sales keep going up if Hillary Clinton wins?an affinity for Australia’s gun buyback program, which the country implemented
Will gun sales keep going up if Hillary Clinton wins?
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 2 hours ago
an affinity for Australia’s gun buyback program, which the country implemented in 1996 after a mass shooting to get Australians to turn in their assault weapons and other guns. “I think it would be worth considering doing it on the national... Read more
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Perth Now
Political adversaries unite for Long WalkSun yesterday he was honoured to be taking part. “On this day — Our National D
Political adversaries unite for Long Walk
Perth Now / Posted 3 hours ago
Sun yesterday he was honoured to be taking part. “On this day — Our National Day of Healing — and every day, I call on all Australians to acknowledge what was lost, and work together in a spirit of reconciliation based on mutual respect,” Mr... Read more
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WA Today
Federal Election 2016: Employment is the sleeper issueAustralians have a history of being hard workers, especially the generation tha
Federal Election 2016: Employment is the sleeper issue
WA Today / Posted 3 hours ago
Australians have a history of being hard workers, especially the generation that reads this column. I take my hat off to them. My 95 year-old father had to work three jobs to hold our family together. He worked at the sawmill five days a week, the... Read more
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WA Today
Four years after ditching a big expansion of Olympic Dam, BHP plots a gradual growth storybut it remains to be seen whether the new, more modest growth pathway for Olymp
Four years after ditching a big expansion of Olympic Dam, BHP plots a gradual growth story
WA Today / Posted 3 hours ago
but it remains to be seen whether the new, more modest growth pathway for Olympic Dam is enough to convince the South Australians to extend the deadline for the agreement.South Australia disappointed "I know certainly in South Australia there... Read more
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The Age
Four years after ditching a big expansion of Olympic Dam, BHP plots a gradual growth storybut it remains to be seen whether the new, more modest growth pathway for Olymp
Four years after ditching a big expansion of Olympic Dam, BHP plots a gradual growth story
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
but it remains to be seen whether the new, more modest growth pathway for Olympic Dam is enough to convince the South Australians to extend the deadline for the agreement.South Australia disappointed "I know certainly in South Australia there... Read more
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The Age
Federal Election 2016: Employment is the sleeper issueIllustration: C Wilcox. Australians have a history of being hard workers, espe
Federal Election 2016: Employment is the sleeper issue
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
Illustration: C Wilcox. Australians have a history of being hard workers, especially the generation that reads this column. I take my hat off to them. My 95 year-old father had to work three jobs to hold our family together. He worked at the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Four years after ditching a big expansion of Olympic Dam, BHP plots a gradual growth storybut it remains to be seen whether the new, more modest growth pathway for Olymp
Four years after ditching a big expansion of Olympic Dam, BHP plots a gradual growth story
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
but it remains to be seen whether the new, more modest growth pathway for Olympic Dam is enough to convince the South Australians to extend the deadline for the agreement.South Australia disappointed "I know certainly in South Australia there... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Federal Election 2016: Employment is the sleeper issueIllustration: C Wilcox. Australians have a history of being hard workers, espe
Federal Election 2016: Employment is the sleeper issue
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
Illustration: C Wilcox. Australians have a history of being hard workers, especially the generation that reads this column. I take my hat off to them. My 95 year-old father had to work three jobs to hold our family together. He worked at the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Federal Election 2016: Employment is the sleeper issueAustralians have a history of being hard workers, especially the generation tha
Federal Election 2016: Employment is the sleeper issue
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Australians have a history of being hard workers, especially the generation that reads this column. I take my hat off to them. My 95 year-old father had to work three jobs to hold our family together. He worked at the sawmill five days a week, the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Four years after ditching a big expansion of Olympic Dam, BHP plots a gradual growth storybut it remains to be seen whether the new, more modest growth pathway for Olymp
Four years after ditching a big expansion of Olympic Dam, BHP plots a gradual growth story
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
but it remains to be seen whether the new, more modest growth pathway for Olympic Dam is enough to convince the South Australians to extend the deadline for the agreement.South Australia disappointed "I know certainly in South Australia there... Read more
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Herald Sun
Political adversaries unite for Long WalkSun yesterday he was honoured to be taking part. “On this day — Our National D
Political adversaries unite for Long Walk
Herald Sun / Posted 4 hours ago
Sun yesterday he was honoured to be taking part. “On this day — Our National Day of Healing — and every day, I call on all Australians to acknowledge what was lost, and work together in a spirit of reconciliation based on mutual respect,” Mr... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Federal Election 2016: Employment is the sleeper issueAustralians have a history of being hard workers, especially the generation tha
Federal Election 2016: Employment is the sleeper issue
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 hours ago
Australians have a history of being hard workers, especially the generation that reads this column. I take my hat off to them. My 95 year-old father had to work three jobs to hold our family together. He worked at the sawmill five days a week, the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Four years after ditching a big expansion of Olympic Dam, BHP plots a gradual growth storybut it remains to be seen whether the new, more modest growth pathway for Olymp
Four years after ditching a big expansion of Olympic Dam, BHP plots a gradual growth story
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 hours ago
but it remains to be seen whether the new, more modest growth pathway for Olympic Dam is enough to convince the South Australians to extend the deadline for the agreement.South Australia disappointed "I know certainly in South Australia there... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Man arrested over Australia 'terror' plotis part of Appleby, a rolling operation investigating people suspected of being
Man arrested over Australia 'terror' plot
News 24 South Africa / Posted 4 hours ago
is part of Appleby, a rolling operation investigating people suspected of being involved in domestic acts of terrorism, Australians fighting in Syria and Iraq and the funding of terrorist organisations. Police said 15 people have now been... Read more
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Herald Sun
Fanning backs bid to beat the ‘beast’to weaken and eventually die so sufferers are unable to walk, swallow or breath
Fanning backs bid to beat the ‘beast’
Herald Sun / Posted 5 hours ago
to weaken and eventually die so sufferers are unable to walk, swallow or breathe. It currently affects more than 2,000 Australians including AFL legend — and Fanning’s mate — Neale Daniher. There is no cure for what Daniher calls the “beast of... Read more
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The Courier
Leagues to pay their respectsthe AFL Goldfields region this weekend as the regional governing body looks to
Leagues to pay their respects
The Courier / Posted 5 hours ago
the AFL Goldfields region this weekend as the regional governing body looks to acknowledge the contribution of Indigenous Australians to the game. All centre squares throughout the grounds in the Ballarat Football League will also be painted in... Read more
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Herald Sun
Grants to get entrepreneurs off the doleINDIGENOUS Australians who work for the dole will be encouraged to start their
Grants to get entrepreneurs off the dole
Herald Sun / Posted 6 hours ago
INDIGENOUS Australians who work for the dole will be encouraged to start their own businesses under a Turnbull Government plan to be revealed in Brisbane today. Malcolm Turnbull will ­unveil $115 million in grants to help go-getting indigenous... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Grants to get entrepreneurs off the doleINDIGENOUS Australians who work for the dole will be encouraged to start their
Grants to get entrepreneurs off the dole
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
INDIGENOUS Australians who work for the dole will be encouraged to start their own businesses under a Turnbull Government plan to be revealed in Brisbane today. Malcolm Turnbull will ­unveil $115 million in grants to help go-getting indigenous... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Aurukun is 'the Afghanistan of teaching', Pearson saysis a terrible insecurity in relation to the premises that teachers live in," he
Aurukun is 'the Afghanistan of teaching', Pearson says
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 hours ago
is a terrible insecurity in relation to the premises that teachers live in," he said. "Its disgusting that we expect young Australians to go out to remote areas — the hardest gigs in education — this is the Afghanistan of teaching, it is that... Read more
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Perth Now
Aussies cruise passion hits new heightsAUSTRALIANS love of cruising hit record heights in the last year, with more tha
Aussies cruise passion hits new heights
Perth Now / Posted 6 hours ago
AUSTRALIANS love of cruising hit record heights in the last year, with more than a million people setting sail. The 2014 Cruise Lines International Association report released today, revealed 1,003,256 people took a cruise in Australia, an increase... Read more
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Perth Now
The rise of the cruise ship holidayMore domestic cruise options means more tourists are staying within Australian
The rise of the cruise ship holiday
Perth Now / Posted 6 hours ago
More domestic cruise options means more tourists are staying within Australian waters. AUSTRALIANS are increasingly ditching the car and taking cruises to explore their own country. An annual snapshot of the cruise industry shows almost 270,000... Read more
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Perth Now
Grants to get entrepreneurs off the doleINDIGENOUS Australians who work for the dole will be encouraged to start their
Grants to get entrepreneurs off the dole
Perth Now / Posted 6 hours ago
INDIGENOUS Australians who work for the dole will be encouraged to start their own businesses under a Turnbull Government plan to be revealed in Brisbane today. Malcolm Turnbull will ­unveil $115 million in grants to help go-getting indigenous... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Why A Head Injury Can Be Far Worse Than You RealiseAround 432,700 Australians — or 1 in 45 — have suffered an acquired traumatic b
Why A Head Injury Can Be Far Worse Than You Realise
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 6 hours ago
Around 432,700 Australians — or 1 in 45 — have suffered an acquired traumatic brain injury in their lives. Some eventually die as a result, and those who do recover often exhibit lingering effects. It’s a serious public health issue that’s only... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Now more little ones are holiday jetsettersor primary school-aged kids. The latest research from company Roy Morgan has f
Now more little ones are holiday jetsetters
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 hours ago
or primary school-aged kids. The latest research from company Roy Morgan has found that in 2015 more than 2.7 million Australians holidayed overseas, with just over 19 per cent of them taking their children aged 16 years and under, with... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Marjorie conquered uncharted watersTripp AO demonstrated great bravery in her many remarkable achievements, and in
Marjorie conquered uncharted waters
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 hours ago
Tripp AO demonstrated great bravery in her many remarkable achievements, and in her dedicated service to all Australians,” Mr Maher said. “She will long be remembered as a highly respected Ramindjeri Elder, an Aboriginal community... Read more
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Herald Sun
TV revolution we’re missing out onSAVVY Australians love cutting edge shows, original content and divisive charac
TV revolution we’re missing out on
Herald Sun / Posted 7 hours ago
SAVVY Australians love cutting edge shows, original content and divisive characters. But Australian television’s reliance on reality TV and feel-good drama ignores the big revolution that Netflix is currently owning. That is the view of Vivid Ideas... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The doco you have to seeconfronting film demands all who see it to pause and reconsider. In light of t
The doco you have to see
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 hours ago
confronting film demands all who see it to pause and reconsider. In light of the very few confirmed facts that ordinary Australians know of what has been going on within these facilities, this powerful, sobering and starkly structured film is... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The doco you have to seeconfronting film demands all who see it to pause and reconsider. In light of t
The doco you have to see
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
confronting film demands all who see it to pause and reconsider. In light of the very few confirmed facts that ordinary Australians know of what has been going on within these facilities, this powerful, sobering and starkly structured film is... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
TV revolution we’re missing out onAustralians love cutting edge shows, original content and divisive characters.
TV revolution we’re missing out on
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 hours ago
Australians love cutting edge shows, original content and divisive characters. But Australian television’s reliance on... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Telstra wins contract for new National Cancer Screening Registerwe are covering 11 million people who should be screened." He said it would ma
Telstra wins contract for new National Cancer Screening Register
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
we are covering 11 million people who should be screened." He said it would make the system more efficient while helping Australians monitor their health. "The advantage of having it under one roof is first of all, having the data we can follow... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Lettersbiggest houses. We subsidise wealthy people rather than poor people to own pro
Letters
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 8 hours ago
biggest houses. We subsidise wealthy people rather than poor people to own property. We sell real estate in bulk to non Australians and have the highest population growth rate in the OECD. Thirdly, we have a housing affordability crisis.... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Man arrested over Australia 'terror' plotis part of Appleby, a rolling operation investigating people suspected of being
Man arrested over Australia 'terror' plot
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 8 hours ago
is part of Appleby, a rolling operation investigating people suspected of being involved in domestic acts of terrorism, Australians fighting in Syria and Iraq and the funding of terrorist organisations. Police said 15 people have now been... Read more
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NZCity
Johnny Depp will be "remembering" Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce because he has become the star's "Hannibal Lecter".Barnaby Joyce who threatened to euthanize the Yorkshire Terriers if Amber didn'
Johnny Depp will be "remembering" Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce because he has become the star's "Hannibal Lecter".
NZCity / Posted 8 hours ago
Barnaby Joyce who threatened to euthanize the Yorkshire Terriers if Amber didn't remove them from the country, and the Hollywood actor mocked Australians for their "chipper" reaction. He added: "The Australians are a little chipper.... Read more
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New Kerala
Childhood fitness cuts heart disease risks in adulthood - newkerala.com #68148of Georgia College of Education in the US. The study used data collected as pa
Childhood fitness cuts heart disease risks in adulthood - newkerala.com #68148
New Kerala / Posted 8 hours ago
of Georgia College of Education in the US. The study used data collected as part of a 20-year follow-up of 1,792 Australians who participated in a national childhood health and fitness survey at age seven to 15 years in 1985. Data... Read more
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iol.co.za
Proteas' new era begins in the West Indiesplayed very little cricket in the last six months - it’s a very strong squad th
Proteas' new era begins in the West Indies
iol.co.za / Posted 8 hours ago
played very little cricket in the last six months - it’s a very strong squad that will pit wits and skills against the Australians and West Indies. The return of Wayne Parnell was according to Domingo, just reward for his efforts after he’d... Read more
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The North West Star
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer registerhealth and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private co
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer register
The North West Star / Posted 9 hours ago
health and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private companies could profit from millions of Australians' cancer screening records. Fairfax Media has reported that Telstra Health - a division of the listed company -... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer registerhealth and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private co
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer register
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 hours ago
health and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private companies could profit from millions of Australians' cancer screening records. Fairfax Media has reported that Telstra Health - a division of the listed company -... Read more
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Daily Mail
Johnny Depp & Amber Heard's year of hell in Australia before splitcountry. The acting duo's 20-second video was shared online by Mr Joyce. Reac
Johnny Depp & Amber Heard's year of hell in Australia before split
Daily Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
country. The acting duo's 20-second video was shared online by Mr Joyce. Reaction was varied on social media, with many Australians furiously agreeing that Australia is, in fact, a wonderful island. Others compared the clip to a 'hostage... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer registerhealth and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private co
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer register
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 hours ago
health and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private companies could profit from millions of Australians' cancer screening records. Fairfax Media has reported that Telstra Health - a division of the listed company -... Read more
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The Courier
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer registerhealth and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private co
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer register
The Courier / Posted 9 hours ago
health and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private companies could profit from millions of Australians' cancer screening records. Fairfax Media has reported that Telstra Health - a division of the listed company -... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Experts to examine more possible MH370 debrisas being from the plane. The Boeing 777 aircraft disappeared in March 2014 wit
Experts to examine more possible MH370 debris
Sky News Australia / Posted 9 hours ago
as being from the plane. The Boeing 777 aircraft disappeared in March 2014 with 239 people on board, including six Australians. In the latest search update released on Wednesday, the Joint Agency Co-ordination Centre said winter weather... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer registerhealth and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private co
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer register
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 hours ago
health and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private companies could profit from millions of Australians' cancer screening records. Fairfax Media has reported that Telstra Health - a division of the listed company -... Read more
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The Young Witness
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer registerhealth and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private co
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer register
The Young Witness / Posted 9 hours ago
health and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private companies could profit from millions of Australians' cancer screening records. Fairfax Media has reported that Telstra Health - a division of the listed company -... Read more
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Wakefield Today
TV star Ross Kemp says EU is keeping Britain safeJarvis' view that Russia would be keen to see Britain leave Europe. He said: "
TV star Ross Kemp says EU is keeping Britain safe
Wakefield Today / Posted 9 hours ago
Jarvis' view that Russia would be keen to see Britain leave Europe. He said: "[Dan] made a very good point. Why is it the Australians, the Canadians and the United States want us to remain in the EU but Mr Putin wants us to leave? "Surely that is... Read more
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Western Advocate
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer registerhealth and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private co
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer register
Western Advocate / Posted 9 hours ago
health and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private companies could profit from millions of Australians' cancer screening records. Fairfax Media has reported that Telstra Health - a division of the listed company -... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer registerhealth and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private co
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer register
Kiama Independent / Posted 9 hours ago
health and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private companies could profit from millions of Australians' cancer screening records. Fairfax Media has reported that Telstra Health - a division of the listed company -... Read more
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Junkee
On National Sorry Day, It's Time To Recognise That Saying 'Sorry' Isn't EnoughDay began as an act of protest; in what was the country’s largest-ever mass pol
On National Sorry Day, It's Time To Recognise That Saying 'Sorry' Isn't Enough
Junkee / Posted 9 hours ago
Day began as an act of protest; in what was the country’s largest-ever mass political action, hundreds of thousands of Australians marched across the Sydney Harbour Bridge to demand a national apology on Sorry Day in 2000. When Kevin Rudd was... Read more
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Manning River Times
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer registerhealth and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private co
Health consumer groups warn Telstra could profit from cancer register
Manning River Times / Posted 9 hours ago
health and consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra and other private companies could profit from millions of Australians' cancer screening records. Fairfax Media has reported that Telstra Health - a division of the listed company -... Read more
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