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Zawya
Middle East targets Arab tourists as visitor numbers fallTravel & Tourismbusiness development manager at Lebanese travel agency and tour operator Aziz H
Middle East targets Arab tourists as visitor numbers fallTravel & Tourism
Zawya / Posted 4 minutes ago
business development manager at Lebanese travel agency and tour operator Aziz Holiday, said Europeans, Americans and Australians stay away “because of the situation … in the region”. Lebanon is also trying to increase Arab tourists but a... Read more
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News.com.au
What SA wants out of the federal budgetbe a useful investment for the federal government, which currently pays up to $
What SA wants out of the federal budget
News.com.au / Posted 7 minutes ago
be a useful investment for the federal government, which currently pays up to $250,000 per patient for a small number of Australians to receive proton therapy overseas. The state government is providing $44 million for the centre, while Flinders... Read more
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The Courier
Satellite launches for NBN serviceareas across Australia. The service will make for a considerable improvement o
Satellite launches for NBN service
The Courier / Posted 12 minutes ago
areas across Australia. The service will make for a considerable improvement on the previous coverage with many rural Australians formerly faced with a lesser-performing Interim Satellite Service that was battling under the demand. The launch... Read more
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Perth Now
What SA wants out of the federal budgetbe a useful investment for the federal government, which currently pays up to $
What SA wants out of the federal budget
Perth Now / Posted 19 minutes ago
be a useful investment for the federal government, which currently pays up to $250,000 per patient for a small number of Australians to receive proton therapy overseas. The state government is providing $44 million for the centre, while Flinders... Read more
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The Courier Mail
What SA wants out of the federal budgetbe a useful investment for the federal government, which currently pays up to $
What SA wants out of the federal budget
The Courier Mail / Posted 26 minutes ago
be a useful investment for the federal government, which currently pays up to $250,000 per patient for a small number of Australians to receive proton therapy overseas. The state government is providing $44 million for the centre, while Flinders... Read more
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Canberra Times
Budget 2016: It's Scott Morrison's big moment. Can he deliver?that didn't help him much. His first budget was just too ham-fisted – and broke
Budget 2016: It's Scott Morrison's big moment. Can he deliver?
Canberra Times / Posted an hour ago
that didn't help him much. His first budget was just too ham-fisted – and broke too many election promises – for Australians to accept. But if people were taken by surprise they weren't paying attention. All this bodes ill for Morrison's... Read more
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The Betoota Advocate
Man responsible for VB Raw released from prisonserving a 35-year sentence for lowering the alcohol content of the fine drop fr
Man responsible for VB Raw released from prison
The Betoota Advocate / Posted an hour ago
serving a 35-year sentence for lowering the alcohol content of the fine drop from 4.9% to 4.6% – something that sent 94% of Australians into a blind rage. A total of nine seizures were recorded and a death in Terrigal unfortunately happened. A... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Morrison to cut superannuation tax concessions for wealthyHigh-end superannuation tax concessions to be cut, Scott Morrison confirms Tre
Morrison to cut superannuation tax concessions for wealthy
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
High-end superannuation tax concessions to be cut, Scott Morrison confirms Treasurer Scott Morrison has confirmed wealthy Australians will pay more tax on their superannuation, as he frames his first budget in the shadow of an election. "We'll be... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Coma sailor chasing Rio selectionnew Olympic women’s sailing class in Rio after finishing the majority of regatt
Coma sailor chasing Rio selection
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
new Olympic women’s sailing class in Rio after finishing the majority of regattas they have done over the past year as top Australians. Prior to Hyeres where they finished 16th, the pair were 14th at the European championships with their closest... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The Illawarra’s ‘budget test’ for TurnbullCOAST LABOUR COUNCIL Stop wielding the axe and start splashing cash on health
The Illawarra’s ‘budget test’ for Turnbull
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 hours ago
COAST LABOUR COUNCIL Stop wielding the axe and start splashing cash on health and education because “future generations of Australians depend on it”. That’s the South Coast Labour Council’s message to the government ahead of Tuesday’s federal... Read more
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News Mail
New anti-smoking campaign aims to close the gapcommunities, such as the health and wellbeing of their families. "It is import
New anti-smoking campaign aims to close the gap
News Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
communities, such as the health and wellbeing of their families. "It is important that we reduce tobacco smoking among all Australians," Minister Nash said. "But the fact that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people over the age of 15 are 2.8... Read more
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SportsFan
Tom Hackett signs with New York Jetsby the reigning Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos on Friday in the second roun
Tom Hackett signs with New York Jets
SportsFan / Posted 2 hours ago
by the reigning Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos on Friday in the second round. The Jets have a history of signing Australians, with former AFL star Ben Graham spending three years with the team. Australia punters Jordan Berry (Pittsburgh... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The Illawarra’s ‘budget test’ for TurnbullCOAST LABOUR COUNCIL Stop wielding the axe and start splashing cash on health
The Illawarra’s ‘budget test’ for Turnbull
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 hours ago
COAST LABOUR COUNCIL Stop wielding the axe and start splashing cash on health and education because “future generations of Australians depend on it”. That’s the South Coast Labour Council’s message to the government ahead of Tuesday’s federal... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Game of Thrones and piracy: Has the tide begun to turn?Australia for both "legitimate" (paid subscription) and "illegitimate" (unpaid,
Game of Thrones and piracy: Has the tide begun to turn?
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Australia for both "legitimate" (paid subscription) and "illegitimate" (unpaid, torrented) viewing. Does this mean that (a) Australians are among the world's worst pirates; (b) Australians are turning their back on piracy; (c) both; or (d) that's... Read more
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The Age
Budget 2016: It's Scott Morrison's big moment. Can he deliver?that didn't help him much. His first budget was just too ham-fisted – and broke
Budget 2016: It's Scott Morrison's big moment. Can he deliver?
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
that didn't help him much. His first budget was just too ham-fisted – and broke too many election promises – for Australians to accept. But if people were taken by surprise they weren't paying attention. All this bodes ill for Morrison's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian Lachlan Edwards picked by New York Jets in 2016 NFL DraftNFL dream: Lachlan Edwards. Photo: gobearkats.com Multiple Australians have be
Australian Lachlan Edwards picked by New York Jets in 2016 NFL Draft
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
NFL dream: Lachlan Edwards. Photo: gobearkats.com Multiple Australians have been picked in the NFL Draft for the first time after punter Cameron Edwards was selected in the seventh round by the New York Jets. After Adam Gotsis was picked in the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Peter Cosgrove visits Aussie troops in Afghanistanin the name of our country, and for the benefit of those who need our help,” th
Peter Cosgrove visits Aussie troops in Afghanistan
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
in the name of our country, and for the benefit of those who need our help,” the Governor-General said. “On behalf of all Australians, thank you for the service you give, the sacrifices you make, and the commitment you show to getting the job... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Adult ADHD slipping under the radarADHD, and would therefore be good to have it screened for." Recent government
Adult ADHD slipping under the radar
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
ADHD, and would therefore be good to have it screened for." Recent government statistics show that the average number of Australians potentially diagnosable with ADHD is 5 per cent, which means that 1.2 million people could be affected, yet only... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian Lachlan Edwards picked by New York Jets in 2016 NFL DraftMultiple Australians have been picked in the NFL Draft for the first time after
Australian Lachlan Edwards picked by New York Jets in 2016 NFL Draft
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Multiple Australians have been picked in the NFL Draft for the first time after punter Cameron Edwards was selected in the seventh round by the New York Jets. After Adam Gotsis was picked in the second round of the draft, it was thought that several... Read more
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Canberra Times
Jason Day five behind leader Brian Stuard at New Orleans PGA Tour eventare the most exciting, silly and downright crazy plays in the sport world this
Jason Day five behind leader Brian Stuard at New Orleans PGA Tour event
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
are the most exciting, silly and downright crazy plays in the sport world this week. Geoff Ogilvy is the next best of the Australians at six under after his 72. American journeyman Brian Stuard birdied four of his last nine holes in his 68 to have... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
NFL punting job down to two Victoriansaveraged 41.5, 44.1 & 42.3 yards per punt in 2015, '14 & 13. 6th nationally in
NFL punting job down to two Victorians
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
averaged 41.5, 44.1 & 42.3 yards per punt in 2015, '14 & 13. 6th nationally in 2014. Edwards, 24, is one of two Australians taken at this year’s draft in Chicago, alongside Broncos second-round recruit Adam Gotsis. Gotsis fielded... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Game of Thrones and piracy: Has the tide begun to turn?open our wallets! On Friday the Productivity Commission recommended an end to
Game of Thrones and piracy: Has the tide begun to turn?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
open our wallets! On Friday the Productivity Commission recommended an end to 'geoblocking':: the practice that has seen Australians price-gouged on overseas video and audio content for decades. The Commission also identified price and... Read more
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SportsFan
Day five off the lead at New Orleans golfRyan Ruffels and John Senden, who finished with a 67 on Saturday (Sunday AEST).
Day five off the lead at New Orleans golf
SportsFan / Posted 4 hours ago
Ryan Ruffels and John Senden, who finished with a 67 on Saturday (Sunday AEST). Geoff Ogilvy is the next best of the Australians at six under after his 72. American journeyman Brian Stuard birdied four of his last nine holes in his 68 to... Read more
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The Young Witness
Fifty years after the Battle of Long Tan, the truth is still elusivePhoto: Australian War Memorial Bangkok: They kept coming from three sides duri
Fifty years after the Battle of Long Tan, the truth is still elusive
The Young Witness / Posted 4 hours ago
Photo: Australian War Memorial Bangkok: They kept coming from three sides during a tropical downpour, outnumbering the Australians hunkered down in a rubber plantation by at least 10 to one. "It was eerie. The VC [Viet Cong] weren't running... Read more
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Weekly Times
Federal budget details to be releasedFederal Treasurer Scott Morrison is expected to release budget details in advan
Federal budget details to be released
Weekly Times / Posted 5 hours ago
Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison is expected to release budget details in advance. Australians can expect to hear more details about the federal budget in the lead-up to its release on Tuesday. Treasurer Scott Morrison has indicated he would like... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Federal budget details to be releasedFederal Treasurer Scott Morrison is expected to release budget details in advan
Federal budget details to be released
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison is expected to release budget details in advance. Australians can expect to hear more details about the federal budget in the lead-up to its release on Tuesday. Treasurer Scott Morrison has indicated he would like... Read more
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iol.co.za
Red card, Tahs heartbreak for StormersStormers played with terrific confidence and intensity, which appeared to overw
Red card, Tahs heartbreak for Stormers
iol.co.za / Posted 6 hours ago
Stormers played with terrific confidence and intensity, which appeared to overwhelm the Waratahs at times. But the Australians are a battle-hardened outfit, and once they had absorbed some pressure and repelled wave after wave of Stormers... Read more
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BT Sport
Waratahs leave it late to see off Stormersshown winger Leolin Zas a straight red card for his challenge on Foley as the p
Waratahs leave it late to see off Stormers
BT Sport / Posted 7 hours ago
shown winger Leolin Zas a straight red card for his challenge on Foley as the pair duelled for a high ball. The Australians scored the game's first try through Kurtley Beale, while international team-mate Israel Folau, winger Reece... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Waratahs leave it late to see off Stormersshown winger Leolin Zas a straight red card for his challenge on Foley as the p
Waratahs leave it late to see off Stormers
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 hours ago
shown winger Leolin Zas a straight red card for his challenge on Foley as the pair duelled for a high ball. The Australians scored the game's first try through Kurtley Beale, while international team-mate Israel Folau, winger Reece... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Paul Lewis: Sack the players, not the coachopened the door expecting to find a rugby league club but found himself in a co
Paul Lewis: Sack the players, not the coach
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
opened the door expecting to find a rugby league club but found himself in a comedy festival where all the jokes are about Australians and none are funny. Managing director Jim Doyle is a smart, committed man and my guess is he'll try to keep... Read more
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Queensland Times
LETTER: Every student needs equal chancechange to a fairer funding model based on individual need is essential for the
LETTER: Every student needs equal chance
Queensland Times / Posted 9 hours ago
change to a fairer funding model based on individual need is essential for the future prosperity of Australia and Australians, and must be a permanent change, not just a short-term promise which can be altered by the whim of whichever... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Experts call for flu shots to prevent tragedyof flu vaccine. The vaccine is free for people with asthma, diabetes and those
Experts call for flu shots to prevent tragedy
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 hours ago
of flu vaccine. The vaccine is free for people with asthma, diabetes and those who are pregnant, as well as ­indigenous Australians aged ­between six months and 15 years. CRUEL BLOW THAT RIPPED APART YOUNG FAMILY IT was the heartbreaking... Read more
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Perth Now
The big weapon in Australia’s TV warONLY once in a blue moon does a television show so totally captivate an audienc
The big weapon in Australia’s TV war
Perth Now / Posted 9 hours ago
ONLY once in a blue moon does a television show so totally captivate an audience like Game of Thrones, and Australians can’t get enough of the medieval fantasy epic. Last Monday’s season six premiere smashed all-time records at Foxtel, with 727,000... Read more
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Herald Sun
Federal budget details to be releasedAustralians can expect to hear more details about the federal budget in the lea
Federal budget details to be released
Herald Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
Australians can expect to hear more details about the federal budget in the lead-up to its release on Tuesday. Treasurer Scott Morrison has indicated he would like to release the measures in the budget in advance to allow him to focus on big picture... Read more
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News.com.au
Federal budget details to be releasedAustralians can expect to hear more details about the federal budget in the lea
Federal budget details to be released
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
Australians can expect to hear more details about the federal budget in the lead-up to its release on Tuesday. Treasurer Scott Morrison has indicated he would like to release the measures in the budget in advance to allow him to focus on big picture... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kiwis pick top Oz spotthat is also the gateway to the Gold Coast's beaches and numerous theme parks.
Kiwis pick top Oz spot
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
that is also the gateway to the Gold Coast's beaches and numerous theme parks. Sydney came a close third, at 29 per cent. Australians also had their say in the study. Asked which three Auckland attractions they would most like to visit, Waiheke... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Federal budget details to be releasedAustralians can expect to hear more details about the federal budget in the lea
Federal budget details to be released
Adelaide Now / Posted 10 hours ago
Australians can expect to hear more details about the federal budget in the lead-up to its release on Tuesday. Treasurer Scott Morrison has indicated he would like to release the measures in the budget in advance to allow him to focus on big picture... Read more
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Perth Now
Budget bill rises low, slugs rego $99treasury spokesman Ben Wyatt said in the past seven years the Barnett Governmen
Budget bill rises low, slugs rego $99
Perth Now / Posted 11 hours ago
treasury spokesman Ben Wyatt said in the past seven years the Barnett Government had increased electricity 85 per cent. “Being a pre-election Budget, I’m sure the Liberals will play it safe, but Western Australians won’t fo... Read more
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The North West Star
Budget, election and possible rate cut mean months of uncertaintywould worsen their financial position. The survey found parents are concerned a
Budget, election and possible rate cut mean months of uncertainty
The North West Star / Posted 11 hours ago
would worsen their financial position. The survey found parents are concerned about the costs of childcare and that older Australians were particularly worried about the costs of health insurance. Superannuation is one area of personal finance... Read more
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The North West Star
Why Ronan Keating had to change for The VoiceI bring a bit of sense. I'm only joking." The Voice starts on Sunday, May 1, a
Why Ronan Keating had to change for The Voice
The North West Star / Posted 11 hours ago
I bring a bit of sense. I'm only joking." The Voice starts on Sunday, May 1, at 7pm on Channel Nine.Always the bridesmaid Australians who have watched any British TV series in recent years will know the face of Shaun Dingwall, but his name will... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Budget, election and possible rate cut mean months of uncertaintywould worsen their financial position. The survey found parents are concerned a
Budget, election and possible rate cut mean months of uncertainty
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 hours ago
would worsen their financial position. The survey found parents are concerned about the costs of childcare and that older Australians were particularly worried about the costs of health insurance. Superannuation is one area of personal finance... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Why Ronan Keating had to change for The VoiceI bring a bit of sense. I'm only joking." The Voice starts on Sunday, May 1, a
Why Ronan Keating had to change for The Voice
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 hours ago
I bring a bit of sense. I'm only joking." The Voice starts on Sunday, May 1, at 7pm on Channel Nine.Always the bridesmaid Australians who have watched any British TV series in recent years will know the face of Shaun Dingwall, but his name will... Read more
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The Border Mail
Why Ronan Keating had to change for The VoiceI bring a bit of sense. I'm only joking." The Voice starts on Sunday, May 1, a
Why Ronan Keating had to change for The Voice
The Border Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
I bring a bit of sense. I'm only joking." The Voice starts on Sunday, May 1, at 7pm on Channel Nine.Always the bridesmaid Australians who have watched any British TV series in recent years will know the face of Shaun Dingwall, but his name will... Read more
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The Border Mail
Budget, election and possible rate cut mean months of uncertaintywould worsen their financial position. The survey found parents are concerned a
Budget, election and possible rate cut mean months of uncertainty
The Border Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
would worsen their financial position. The survey found parents are concerned about the costs of childcare and that older Australians were particularly worried about the costs of health insurance. Superannuation is one area of personal finance... Read more
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The Courier
Budget, election and possible rate cut mean months of uncertaintywould worsen their financial position. The survey found parents are concerned a
Budget, election and possible rate cut mean months of uncertainty
The Courier / Posted 12 hours ago
would worsen their financial position. The survey found parents are concerned about the costs of childcare and that older Australians were particularly worried about the costs of health insurance. Superannuation is one area of personal finance... Read more
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The Courier
Why Ronan Keating had to change for The VoiceI bring a bit of sense. I'm only joking." The Voice starts on Sunday, May 1, a
Why Ronan Keating had to change for The Voice
The Courier / Posted 12 hours ago
I bring a bit of sense. I'm only joking." The Voice starts on Sunday, May 1, at 7pm on Channel Nine.Always the bridesmaid Australians who have watched any British TV series in recent years will know the face of Shaun Dingwall, but his name will... Read more
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The Courier
Coalition represents 80 of the top 100 negative gearing postcodesgearing allows taxpayers to subtract the losses they make on investments from t
Coalition represents 80 of the top 100 negative gearing postcodes
The Courier / Posted 12 hours ago
gearing allows taxpayers to subtract the losses they make on investments from their taxable wage income. Up to 1.2 million Australians use negative gearing to minimise their tax. Proponents of change argue that half of all negative gearing benefits... Read more
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The Courier
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roleslike James Ruse Agricultural High around the country, few rise to the top of th
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
The Courier / Posted 12 hours ago
like James Ruse Agricultural High around the country, few rise to the top of the political, business and academic pile. Australians of Asian descent make up to 12 per cent of the country's population but only four members of the federal... Read more
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Perth Now
Scammed: WA’s high rate of being conned(2yo) and Axel (6 Months) was allegedly fleeced almost $2000 in an online surro
Scammed: WA’s high rate of being conned
Perth Now / Posted 12 hours ago
(2yo) and Axel (6 Months) was allegedly fleeced almost $2000 in an online surrogacy scam. Picture: Carroll Imaging WEST Australians are more likely to fall victims to scams, identity theft and card fraud than almost anyone else in the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roleslike James Ruse Agricultural High around the country, few rise to the top of th
Sydney's finest Asian Australian students still missing out on leadership roles
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 hours ago
like James Ruse Agricultural High around the country, few rise to the top of the political, business and academic pile. Australians of Asian descent make up to 12 per cent of the country's population but only four members of the federal... Read more
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