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Hindustantimes.com
De Kock’s 178 gives South Africa easy win over Australia in first ODIball comes on nicely,” said De Kock. “Me and Rilee didn’t have to do anything e
De Kock’s 178 gives South Africa easy win over Australia in first ODI
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 32 minutes ago
ball comes on nicely,” said De Kock. “Me and Rilee didn’t have to do anything extravagant.” It was an opinion which the Australians and everyone else at Centurion might not agree with. “At night it’s difficult to defend,” said South African... Read more
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Daily Mail
Country star Keith Urban reveals Elton John is his musical inspirationand Nicole celebrated their 10th anniversary in June. They first met at the 20
Country star Keith Urban reveals Elton John is his musical inspiration
Daily Mail / Posted 39 minutes ago
and Nicole celebrated their 10th anniversary in June. They first met at the 2005 G'Day LA gala, an event honouring Australians in Hollywood, and married the following year. The couple have two daughters together - Sunday Rose, eight, and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Think Russia isn't directing rebels in Ukraine? Then read this about leaked emailstelevision and radio stations and of newspapers. The government in Kiev consist
Think Russia isn't directing rebels in Ukraine? Then read this about leaked emails
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
television and radio stations and of newspapers. The government in Kiev consistently was to be called "fascist." Nearly 40 Australians died when MH17 was shot out of the sky in 2014. Photo: Dmitry Lovetsky Feature stories were to express the... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Why condoms in space send the wrong message: Menonof ocean waves breaking, on 12-inch gold-plated copper discs,” “100,000 Craigsl
Why condoms in space send the wrong message: Menon
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted an hour ago
of ocean waves breaking, on 12-inch gold-plated copper discs,” “100,000 Craigslist ads” and “25,800 text messages from Australians.” Australians! Everyone knows they are the horniest people on Earth. This is madness. Why don’t we just load up... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Twenty-Four Players Advance From Tour Qualifier at Dayton Valleyit wasn’t easy keeping it there in these conditions and I’m glad it’s over.” S
Twenty-Four Players Advance From Tour Qualifier at Dayton Valley
KTVN Reno / Posted 2 hours ago
it wasn’t easy keeping it there in these conditions and I’m glad it’s over.” Survival was the name of the game for the two Australians in the field. Bryden Macpherson, who shot a 9-under 63 in the third round, soared14-strokes higher carding a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New Zealand bans importation of asbestos-containing materialsvigilant in preventing asbestos from entering the country, it was failing to de
New Zealand bans importation of asbestos-containing materials
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
vigilant in preventing asbestos from entering the country, it was failing to detect asbestos at the border. "I think most Australians think asbestos is a legacy issue but unfortunately we're continuing to import it even though we've had a ban in... Read more
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Queensland Times
Wyatt Roy defends trip to northern Iraqsimply don't have the presence on the ground that the US or the UK does." The
Wyatt Roy defends trip to northern Iraq
Queensland Times / Posted 4 hours ago
simply don't have the presence on the ground that the US or the UK does." The ABC reports that DFAT has strongly advised Australians not to travel to any part of Iraq and wrote on its website: "Armed opposition groups are active in many parts of... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Wyatt Roy defends trip to northern Iraqsimply don't have the presence on the ground that the US or the UK does." The
Wyatt Roy defends trip to northern Iraq
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 4 hours ago
simply don't have the presence on the ground that the US or the UK does." The ABC reports that DFAT has strongly advised Australians not to travel to any part of Iraq and wrote on its website: "Armed opposition groups are active in many parts of... Read more
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News Mail
Wyatt Roy defends trip to northern Iraqsimply don't have the presence on the ground that the US or the UK does." The
Wyatt Roy defends trip to northern Iraq
News Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
simply don't have the presence on the ground that the US or the UK does." The ABC reports that DFAT has strongly advised Australians not to travel to any part of Iraq and wrote on its website: "Armed opposition groups are active in many parts of... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Wyatt Roy defends trip to northern Iraqsimply don't have the presence on the ground that the US or the UK does." The
Wyatt Roy defends trip to northern Iraq
Daily Examiner / Posted 5 hours ago
simply don't have the presence on the ground that the US or the UK does." The ABC reports that DFAT has strongly advised Australians not to travel to any part of Iraq and wrote on its website: "Armed opposition groups are active in many parts of... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Ward takes on Mundine over anthem boycottisn’t in support of Anthony Mundine’s recent call to boycott the national anthe
Ward takes on Mundine over anthem boycott
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 hours ago
isn’t in support of Anthony Mundine’s recent call to boycott the national anthem. DEBATE: Anthony Mundine recently urged Australians to boycott the national anthem in the AFL and NRL grand finals this weekend but Member for Kiama Gareth Ward... Read more
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Northern Star
Wyatt Roy defends trip to northern Iraqsimply don't have the presence on the ground that the US or the UK does." The
Wyatt Roy defends trip to northern Iraq
Northern Star / Posted 5 hours ago
simply don't have the presence on the ground that the US or the UK does." The ABC reports that DFAT has strongly advised Australians not to travel to any part of Iraq and wrote on its website: "Armed opposition groups are active in many parts of... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Wyatt Roy defends trip to northern Iraqsimply don't have the presence on the ground that the US or the UK does." The
Wyatt Roy defends trip to northern Iraq
The Daily Mercury / Posted 5 hours ago
simply don't have the presence on the ground that the US or the UK does." The ABC reports that DFAT has strongly advised Australians not to travel to any part of Iraq and wrote on its website: "Armed opposition groups are active in many parts of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Old but not weary, Billy Young recounts his time as a teen POWOld but not weary, Billy Young recounts his time as a prisoner of war It remai
Old but not weary, Billy Young recounts his time as a teen POW
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
Old but not weary, Billy Young recounts his time as a prisoner of war It remains the single-worst atrocity against Australians at war. Yet many Australians have probably never heard of Sandakan. So few men returned from the Japanese prisoner of war... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Wyatt Roy defends trip to northern Iraqsimply don't have the presence on the ground that the US or the UK does." The
Wyatt Roy defends trip to northern Iraq
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 hours ago
simply don't have the presence on the ground that the US or the UK does." The ABC reports that DFAT has strongly advised Australians not to travel to any part of Iraq and wrote on its website: "Armed opposition groups are active in many parts of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Ward takes on Mundine over anthem boycottisn’t in support of Anthony Mundine’s recent call to boycott the national anthe
Ward takes on Mundine over anthem boycott
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 hours ago
isn’t in support of Anthony Mundine’s recent call to boycott the national anthem. DEBATE: Anthony Mundine recently urged Australians to boycott the national anthem in the AFL and NRL grand finals this weekend but Member for Kiama Gareth Ward... Read more
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Canberra Times
Wallabies v Springboks: Darren Lehmann catch-up leaves Michael Cheika eyeing Australian brandto get a bit of our attacking flair going and our defensive work-rate, that's t
Wallabies v Springboks: Darren Lehmann catch-up leaves Michael Cheika eyeing Australian brand
Canberra Times / Posted 6 hours ago
to get a bit of our attacking flair going and our defensive work-rate, that's the thing we pride ourselves on as the way Australians play." The reason for Cheika's Australian focus might be a result of a dinner he and his Wallabies staff members... Read more
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Canberra Times
How the Wallabies battled against apartheid in South AfricaEsposito "Whether Australian sporting bodies wish to accept the implications o
How the Wallabies battled against apartheid in South Africa
Canberra Times / Posted 6 hours ago
Esposito "Whether Australian sporting bodies wish to accept the implications of current competition is a matter they and Australians generally must decide. But they cannot pretend that such implications do not exist." The writer was the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Private Sydney: Brothels attract lucrative new clienteleachievement awards for services to champagne by now, were actually competing.Tu
Private Sydney: Brothels attract lucrative new clientele
Canberra Times / Posted 6 hours ago
achievement awards for services to champagne by now, were actually competing.Turnbulls enjoy romantic dinner While South Australians lit candles, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and wife Lucy were enjoying what PS can only presume was a... Read more
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The North West Star
Commonwealth Bank reverses its term deposit rate increases in another sting for saversto 2.45 per cent. In its August press release, it said increased the rates to
Commonwealth Bank reverses its term deposit rate increases in another sting for savers
The North West Star / Posted 6 hours ago
to 2.45 per cent. In its August press release, it said increased the rates to provide an opportunity to the millions of Australians who rely on savings. It saw about $1.5 billion per week in funds go into term deposit offers. A spokesman said... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
A forklift driver with a Test cap1999. Sri Lanka had just completed a historic series win over Australia. Gallag
A forklift driver with a Test cap
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 6 hours ago
1999. Sri Lanka had just completed a historic series win over Australia. Gallage and Dilshan had both played against the Australians in tour games that year - in one match Michael Slater was caught Dilshan bowled Gallage - but neither of the Sri... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Obesity rates to hit 35 per cent by 2025so we're more likely to move into an overweight or obese category later in life
Obesity rates to hit 35 per cent by 2025
Sky News Australia / Posted 6 hours ago
so we're more likely to move into an overweight or obese category later in life. 'An increase in childhood obesity means Australians are starting out adulthood with a higher BMI and higher levels of obesity than ever before.' The prediction... Read more
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News.com.au
Timezone terror: Why half the country hates daylight savingnights, there’s a farmer still out in their paddocks, cursing the same. But th
Timezone terror: Why half the country hates daylight saving
News.com.au / Posted 7 hours ago
nights, there’s a farmer still out in their paddocks, cursing the same. But the most frustrated of all, must be the West Australians. If you’re lucky enough to live in New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania or the ACT, and you’re not a farmer, you... Read more
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iol.co.za
It was a lekker innings, says de Kockbe keen to build on Friday’s success when they face the world champions at the
It was a lekker innings, says de Kock
iol.co.za / Posted 8 hours ago
be keen to build on Friday’s success when they face the world champions at the Wanderers on Sunday. De Kock expects the Australians to be better. “We don’t get games like these often against Australia. We’ll enjoy it, but there’s not a lot of... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
De Kock hits 178 as South Africa cruise past Australiaball comes on nicely," said De Kock. "Me and Rilee didn't have to do anything e
De Kock hits 178 as South Africa cruise past Australia
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 8 hours ago
ball comes on nicely," said De Kock. "Me and Rilee didn't have to do anything extravagant." It was an opinion which the Australians and everyone else at Centurion might not agree with. "At night it's difficult to defend," said South African... Read more
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Daily News
Max Walker: Australian cricket’s loveable larrikinmarch. Captioning it in Eagar’sAn Eye for Cricket (1979), John Arlott saw the p
Max Walker: Australian cricket’s loveable larrikin
Daily News / Posted 8 hours ago
march. Captioning it in Eagar’sAn Eye for Cricket (1979), John Arlott saw the photo as an embodying Australian spirit: “Australians, throughout cricket history, have been quick to strike back even from a position of apparently imminent... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Kate Ceberano and author join Pink Ribbon campaigncampaign. Ceberano (pictured) and McCosker have joined the National Breast Can
Kate Ceberano and author join Pink Ribbon campaign
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 hours ago
campaign. Ceberano (pictured) and McCosker have joined the National Breast Cancer Foundation's push to encourage all Australians to get together with friends, family and work colleagues to support breast cancer research during October. Funds... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Anti-immigration a great danger: Morrisonanti-immigration sentiment in some parts of the Australian community. Mr Morri
Anti-immigration a great danger: Morrison
Sky News Australia / Posted 8 hours ago
anti-immigration sentiment in some parts of the Australian community. Mr Morrison said a recent poll found almost half of Australians were in favour on banning Muslim immigration with similar results on foreign trade and investment. 'Support for... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Kate Ceberano and author join Pink Ribbon campaigncampaign. Ceberano (pictured) and McCosker have joined the National Breast Can
Kate Ceberano and author join Pink Ribbon campaign
Daily Examiner / Posted 9 hours ago
campaign. Ceberano (pictured) and McCosker have joined the National Breast Cancer Foundation's push to encourage all Australians to get together with friends, family and work colleagues to support breast cancer research during October. Funds... Read more
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Northern Star
Kate Ceberano and author join Pink Ribbon campaigncampaign. Ceberano (pictured) and McCosker have joined the National Breast Can
Kate Ceberano and author join Pink Ribbon campaign
Northern Star / Posted 9 hours ago
campaign. Ceberano (pictured) and McCosker have joined the National Breast Cancer Foundation's push to encourage all Australians to get together with friends, family and work colleagues to support breast cancer research during October. Funds... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Kate Ceberano and author join Pink Ribbon campaigncampaign. Ceberano (pictured) and McCosker have joined the National Breast Can
Kate Ceberano and author join Pink Ribbon campaign
The Daily Mercury / Posted 9 hours ago
campaign. Ceberano (pictured) and McCosker have joined the National Breast Cancer Foundation's push to encourage all Australians to get together with friends, family and work colleagues to support breast cancer research during October. Funds... Read more
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iol.co.za
Sensational De Kock sinks Australiadominated almost any attack on a quick SuperSport Park pitch as the Proteas wen
Sensational De Kock sinks Australia
iol.co.za / Posted 9 hours ago
dominated almost any attack on a quick SuperSport Park pitch as the Proteas went 1-0 up in the five-match series. With the Australians having totalled an imposing 294/9 in their 50 overs, the Proteas would’ve felt a bit apprehensive at the start of... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Kate Ceberano and author join Pink Ribbon campaigncampaign. Ceberano (pictured) and McCosker have joined the National Breast Can
Kate Ceberano and author join Pink Ribbon campaign
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 hours ago
campaign. Ceberano (pictured) and McCosker have joined the National Breast Cancer Foundation's push to encourage all Australians to get together with friends, family and work colleagues to support breast cancer research during October. Funds... Read more
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Queensland Times
Shadow minister meets JBS workersNeumann, Federal MP for Blair, who wanted to highlight the situation facing the
Shadow minister meets JBS workers
Queensland Times / Posted 9 hours ago
Neumann, Federal MP for Blair, who wanted to highlight the situation facing the JBS workers. "We need security, to create jobs for Australians,” Mr Neumann said. "Often meat processors are the biggest employer, especially in rural towns and centr... Read more
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Queensland Times
Kate Ceberano and author join Pink Ribbon campaigncampaign. Ceberano (pictured) and McCosker have joined the National Breast Can
Kate Ceberano and author join Pink Ribbon campaign
Queensland Times / Posted 9 hours ago
campaign. Ceberano (pictured) and McCosker have joined the National Breast Cancer Foundation's push to encourage all Australians to get together with friends, family and work colleagues to support breast cancer research during October. Funds... Read more
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News Mail
Kate Ceberano and author join Pink Ribbon campaigncampaign. Ceberano (pictured) and McCosker have joined the National Breast Can
Kate Ceberano and author join Pink Ribbon campaign
News Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
campaign. Ceberano (pictured) and McCosker have joined the National Breast Cancer Foundation's push to encourage all Australians to get together with friends, family and work colleagues to support breast cancer research during October. Funds... Read more
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Super Sport
Brilliant De Kock secures SA victorySouth Africa v Australia Interactive coverage The breath-taking, brutal and br
Brilliant De Kock secures SA victory
Super Sport / Posted 9 hours ago
South Africa v Australia Interactive coverage The breath-taking, brutal and brilliant display by De Kock left the Australians collectively head-scratching and without any answers as he blasted the second-highest ODI-score ever by a South... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Welcome to architravel: a new reason to roam Rio de Janeiro, BrazilBruno Faucz was my standout furniture piece. Best of all, prices were reasonabl
Welcome to architravel: a new reason to roam Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 hours ago
Bruno Faucz was my standout furniture piece. Best of all, prices were reasonable! Viva Brazil! TRIP NOTESMore information Australians require a visa to travel to Brazil. See brazil.visahq.com.au. A number of airlines fly daily to Rio from Sydney,... Read more
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iol.co.za
Nothing ‘lucky’ about Phehlukwayo’s dream daya few easy wickets at the end of the innings either, as the manner in which he
Nothing ‘lucky’ about Phehlukwayo’s dream day
iol.co.za / Posted 11 hours ago
a few easy wickets at the end of the innings either, as the manner in which he operated was impressive to watch despite the Australians ending on 294/9 in their 50 overs. Phehlukwayo – whose Twitter handle is @andileluck19 – was out of luck in his... Read more
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News.com.au
Weekend marks fatal 2005 Bali bombingThe Australian consulate-general will open its memorial garden on the weekend t
Weekend marks fatal 2005 Bali bombing
News.com.au / Posted 11 hours ago
The Australian consulate-general will open its memorial garden on the weekend to mark the 2005 Bali bombing in which four Australians were killed. No formal service will mark the date on Saturday but for those who want to pay their respects to the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tourists spend nearly $1 billion in Northlandexpense at $7m, followed by food and beverage at $6m. The accommodation spend w
Tourists spend nearly $1 billion in Northland
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
expense at $7m, followed by food and beverage at $6m. The accommodation spend was $2m. Of the international visitors, Australians spent $64m, followed by the $28m that United States' visitors forked out. Australian couple Bob and Janine... Read more
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The Manila Times
Lockheed to fit combat systems into new Australian substo Cherbourg, France, while DNCS will boost its presence in Adelaide where the
Lockheed to fit combat systems into new Australian subs
The Manila Times / Posted 11 hours ago
to Cherbourg, France, while DNCS will boost its presence in Adelaide where the subs will be built. “It’s new jobs for Australians and new investment in our state,” Pyne said. “Infrastructure will start being built in 2017.” Pyne said the... Read more
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The North West Star
Medical board to review chaperones for doctors accused of misconducton the online register of practitioners and compliance is actively monitored by
Medical board to review chaperones for doctors accused of misconduct
The North West Star / Posted 13 hours ago
on the online register of practitioners and compliance is actively monitored by AHPRA," the board said. "We encourage all Australians to look up their registered health practitioner and see the details of their registration at www.ahpra.gov.au. If... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Private Sydney: Brothels attract lucrative new clienteleachievement awards for services to champagne by now, were actually competing.Tu
Private Sydney: Brothels attract lucrative new clientele
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
achievement awards for services to champagne by now, were actually competing.Turnbulls enjoy romantic dinner While South Australians lit candles, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and wife Lucy were enjoying what PS can only presume was a... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The many talents of Yassmin Abdel-Magied, an activist not afraid to cause a stirshe says. But that doesn't make it easy. In the week before our lunch, an Esse
The many talents of Yassmin Abdel-Magied, an activist not afraid to cause a stir
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 hours ago
she says. But that doesn't make it easy. In the week before our lunch, an Essential Research poll found 49 per cent of Australians want to ban Muslim immigration to this country. Days later, another study found 60 per cent of people would be... Read more
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The Courier
The many talents of Yassmin Abdel-Magied, an activist not afraid to cause a stirshe says. But that doesn't make it easy. In the week before our lunch, an Esse
The many talents of Yassmin Abdel-Magied, an activist not afraid to cause a stir
The Courier / Posted 13 hours ago
she says. But that doesn't make it easy. In the week before our lunch, an Essential Research poll found 49 per cent of Australians want to ban Muslim immigration to this country. Days later, another study found 60 per cent of people would be... Read more
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WA Today
Road to ruin: Auto manufacturing workers fear for their futuresall be unemployed. They've known this day was coming – for three years now, in
Road to ruin: Auto manufacturing workers fear for their futures
WA Today / Posted 13 hours ago
all be unemployed. They've known this day was coming – for three years now, in fact – since Ford, Holden and Toyota told Australians they were closing their car factories down forever. But in the blue-collar auto sector – where the average... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Litbits October 1 2016nla.gov.au. October 27: Paul Daley reveals how research into scientific and an
Litbits October 1 2016
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 14 hours ago
nla.gov.au. October 27: Paul Daley reveals how research into scientific and anthropological exploitation of Indigenous Australians in the early 20th century inspired characters in his novel Jesustown in the Conference Room, Level 4, National... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The many talents of Yassmin Abdel-Magied, an activist not afraid to cause a stirshe says. But that doesn't make it easy. In the week before our lunch, an Esse
The many talents of Yassmin Abdel-Magied, an activist not afraid to cause a stir
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 14 hours ago
she says. But that doesn't make it easy. In the week before our lunch, an Essential Research poll found 49 per cent of Australians want to ban Muslim immigration to this country. Days later, another study found 60 per cent of people would be... Read more
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The Young Witness
Litbits October 1 2016nla.gov.au. October 27: Paul Daley reveals how research into scientific and an
Litbits October 1 2016
The Young Witness / Posted 14 hours ago
nla.gov.au. October 27: Paul Daley reveals how research into scientific and anthropological exploitation of Indigenous Australians in the early 20th century inspired characters in his novel Jesustown in the Conference Room, Level 4, National... Read more
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