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2014/11/29 02:15
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COMMENT: Tony Abbott isn't even halfway through term but panic is rising. Comment Tony Abbott chose the word "barnacles" very deliberately. He told his party-room meeting this week that "there are...
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2014/11/29 01:55
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott has placed a cricket bat outside Kirribilli House in memory of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes who passed away on Thursday. Prime Minister Tony Abbott has placed a...
2014/11/29 01:26
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Voluntourism: Questions raised about benefits of burgeoning volunteer tourism sector Volunteer tourism, or "voluntourism", has become increasingly popular among travellers of all ages looking for a...
2014/11/29 01:17
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Asylum seeker boat turned back to Sri Lanka: 37 arrested, one to be processed A file photo of an asylum seeker boat found eight nautical miles north north west of Cape Van Dieman. Australian Navy...
2014/11/29 01:16
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A new series marking the centenary of WWI looks at the role of Anzac nurses. Lydia Jenkin talked to its cast and creators on the frontline. Arriving at the Adelaide Studios Glenside set is like being...
2014/11/29 00:46
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Sleepless: David Irvine said threats to our security were so serious that they kept him awake at night. AUSTRALIA UNDER SURVEILLANCE ByFrank Moorhouse Vintage, $32.99 I wish I still had that very...
2014/11/29 00:26
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ELIZABETH JACKSON: Emotional tributes for Test cricketer Phillip Hughes continue today with hundreds of thousands of people putting out their cricket bats as a mark of respect. The patriarch of the...
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LONDON - England flanker Tom Wood says his team-mates are determined not to be affected by mounting criticism of their disappointing displays in the November Tests. England's flanker Tom Wood (L)...
2014/11/28 23:30
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Michael Hussey shares an excellent chemistry with the current bunch of Indian players thanks to his stint in the Indian Premier League. Mr. Cricket, who was part of the Australian team that had...
2014/11/28 23:12
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Blind drunk at schoolies celebrations in Bali surely ranks among the worst times to get a tattoo. Blind drunk at schoolies celebrations in Bali surely ranks among the worst times to get a...
2014/11/28 23:09
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Factor in too that European teams invariably bleat about fatigue at the end of a long season on tour in June, hanging on for grim death in their last tests. The Wallabies can reach for an excuse, but...
2014/11/28 22:56
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Cuba has been under an economic embargo for 50 years. Hardly an analogous situation. We embargoed some folks. Does happiness count? Only in Bhutan. The idea the EU is socalist is bullshit. It's...
2014/11/28 22:26
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NARRATIONSouth-eastern Tasmania is a beautiful place to fish. We're headed to a spot in the south just around the corner from Eaglehawk Neck. But no rods are going over the side. Divers are preparing...
2014/11/28 22:05
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PILOT error was the likely cause of a plane crash during a tropical storm in Laos that killed 49 people, including six Australians. THE official report on the crash of Lao Airlines flight QV301,...
2014/11/28 20:39
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The Second City Guide to the Symphony Did you know Mozart’s 1787 composition A Musical Joke incorporated asymmetrical phrasing and secondary dominants where subdominants were required? Yeah, old...
2014/11/28 20:19
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IS the art of letter writing becoming an oddity in Australia? THE season’s first Christmas card arrived in the letter box this week, sent by a friend overseas. Aged in her 90s, she has been known to...
2014/11/28 20:13
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CAPRICORNIA'S XXXX Island will be the scenic backdrop for a range of short films created by some of the nation's most promising film-makers. Five groups of talented film-makers were handpicked to...
2014/11/28 19:22
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Increase in arrests for minor drug offences is extraordinary, harm reduction expert says. The number of people arrested for possessing drugs in NSW has doubled over the past six years, with NSW...
2014/11/28 18:37
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The ever controversial comic told Bill Mayer on HBO’s Real Time, he used to make jokes about the French, Australians but never Mexicans as people are always “aghast.” Maher leads into his questions...
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News Corpse now has free newspapers at every Virgin gate lounge. This way hundreds of Australians potentially given, or thrown away every day. It is said that at all Airports there could be as many as...
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