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Hospitality Net
Vienna House Opening new Easy brand hotel in Berlinin ten countries: from France to Russia, from Poland to Austria. Including citi
Vienna House Opening new Easy brand hotel in Berlin
Hospitality Net / Posted 4 hours ago
in ten countries: from France to Russia, from Poland to Austria. Including cities like Berlin, Bratislava, Bucharest, Coburg, Carlsbad, Cracow, Lodz, Munich, Neckarsulm, Trier and Prague. Related Brands Vienna HouseVienna House is the new... Read more
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The Courier
Coburg man charged after alleged assault on Craigieburn train lineA 26-year-old Coburg man has been charged following an alleged assault on the C
Coburg man charged after alleged assault on Craigieburn train line
The Courier / Posted 9 hours ago
A 26-year-old Coburg man has been charged following an alleged assault on the Craigieburn line. A 26-year-old Coburg man has been charged following an alleged assault on the Craigieburn line. Police spokesman Adam West said Moreland crime... Read more
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The Age
A man has been charged after an alleged assault on the Craigieburn lineA 26-year-old Coburg man has been charged following an alleged assault on the C
A man has been charged after an alleged assault on the Craigieburn line
The Age / Posted 10 hours ago
A 26-year-old Coburg man has been charged following an alleged assault on the Craigieburn line. Police spokesman Adam West said Moreland crime investigation unit detectives arrested the man about 12.20pm on Wednesday after a 52-year-old Craigieburn... Read more
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Herald Sun
21 Things On In Victoriaof homewares, jewellery, fashion, food, stationery and art. 15. BATMAN NIGHT M
21 Things On In Victoria
Herald Sun / Posted 11 hours ago
of homewares, jewellery, fashion, food, stationery and art. 15. BATMAN NIGHT MARKET Sat, 4-9.30pm. 14-22 Gaffney St, Coburg. Minds Eye cactus pots, The Currywurst Company hot food, Victor’s Egyptian paintings.media_cameraCat lover Irene... Read more
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The Border Mail
A democratic feast: eat, drink and voteand notice boards for corridors and classrooms, shades in a foundation classroo
A democratic feast: eat, drink and vote
The Border Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
and notice boards for corridors and classrooms, shades in a foundation classroom and technical Lego for a lunchtime club. Coburg North Primary School + farmers market The Coburg North Farmers Market will feed the hungry voters passing through the... Read more
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The Courier
A democratic feast: eat, drink and voteand notice boards for corridors and classrooms, shades in a foundation classroo
A democratic feast: eat, drink and vote
The Courier / Posted 11 hours ago
and notice boards for corridors and classrooms, shades in a foundation classroom and technical Lego for a lunchtime club. Coburg North Primary School + farmers market The Coburg North Farmers Market will feed the hungry voters passing through the... Read more
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The Age
A democratic feast: what to eat at the booths on election dayand notice boards for corridors and classrooms, shades in a foundation classroo
A democratic feast: what to eat at the booths on election day
The Age / Posted 12 hours ago
and notice boards for corridors and classrooms, shades in a foundation classroom and technical Lego for a lunchtime club.Coburg North Primary School + farmers market The Coburg North Farmers Market will feed the hungry voters passing through the... Read more
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Herald Sun
Melb raid uncovers four kilos of pillsFour kilograms of ecstasy has been seized in a Melbourne raid that also nabbed
Melb raid uncovers four kilos of pills
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
Four kilograms of ecstasy has been seized in a Melbourne raid that also nabbed $150,000 in cash. Police searched homes in Coburg and Glenroy on Tuesday, where they allegedly uncovered four kilograms of pills, along with steroids, cannabis, GHB and... Read more
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News.com.au
Melb raid uncovers four kilos of pillsFour kilograms of ecstasy has been seized in a Melbourne raid that also nabbed
Melb raid uncovers four kilos of pills
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Four kilograms of ecstasy has been seized in a Melbourne raid that also nabbed $150,000 in cash. Police searched homes in Coburg and Glenroy on Tuesday, where they allegedly uncovered four kilograms of pills, along with steroids, cannabis, GHB and... Read more
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Perth Now
Melb raid uncovers four kilos of pillsFour kilograms of ecstasy has been seized in a Melbourne raid that also nabbed
Melb raid uncovers four kilos of pills
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
Four kilograms of ecstasy has been seized in a Melbourne raid that also nabbed $150,000 in cash. Police searched homes in Coburg and Glenroy on Tuesday, where they allegedly uncovered four kilograms of pills, along with steroids, cannabis, GHB and... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Melb raid uncovers four kilos of pillsFour kilograms of ecstasy has been seized in a Melbourne raid that also nabbed
Melb raid uncovers four kilos of pills
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
Four kilograms of ecstasy has been seized in a Melbourne raid that also nabbed $150,000 in cash. Police searched homes in Coburg and Glenroy on Tuesday, where they allegedly uncovered four kilograms of pills, along with steroids, cannabis, GHB and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Melb raid uncovers four kilos of pillsFour kilograms of ecstasy has been seized in a Melbourne raid that also nabbed
Melb raid uncovers four kilos of pills
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
Four kilograms of ecstasy has been seized in a Melbourne raid that also nabbed $150,000 in cash. Police searched homes in Coburg and Glenroy on Tuesday, where they allegedly uncovered four kilograms of pills, along with steroids, cannabis, GHB and... Read more
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The Age
Councils forced to consult with police before agreeing to proteststo issue permits to groups wanting to protest. The move is designed to avoid a
Councils forced to consult with police before agreeing to protests
The Age / Posted yesterday
to issue permits to groups wanting to protest. The move is designed to avoid a repeat of a disastrous anti-racism rally in Coburg in May that was supported by the Moreland Council despite a warning from police that it was likely to result in a... Read more
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The Border Mail
Councils forced to consult with police before agreeing to proteststo issue permits to groups wanting to protest. The move is designed to avoid a
Councils forced to consult with police before agreeing to protests
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
to issue permits to groups wanting to protest. The move is designed to avoid a repeat of a disastrous anti-racism rally in Coburg in May that was supported by the Moreland Council despite a warning from police that it was likely to result in a... Read more
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The Courier
Councils forced to consult with police before agreeing to proteststo issue permits to groups wanting to protest. The move is designed to avoid a
Councils forced to consult with police before agreeing to protests
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
to issue permits to groups wanting to protest. The move is designed to avoid a repeat of a disastrous anti-racism rally in Coburg in May that was supported by the Moreland Council despite a warning from police that it was likely to result in a... Read more
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dna
Why Ali’s words should matter to the subcontinentfake ‘Sandhurst’isms, subsidised liquor, that peculiar brown-skinned sense of p
Why Ali’s words should matter to the subcontinent
dna / Posted 2 days ago
fake ‘Sandhurst’isms, subsidised liquor, that peculiar brown-skinned sense of pride of having served the House Saxe-Coburg Gotha and the House of Windsor by killing coloured people and their resisting forces in Iraq, Egypt, France, Belgium,... Read more
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Oregon Daily Emerald
This week in Eugene: Banana pianos, funk music, and ‘The Little Mermaid’at (541) 683-4368.Tuesday, June 28 — Make It: Banana Pianos and More – 6 p.m. a
This week in Eugene: Banana pianos, funk music, and ‘The Little Mermaid’
Oregon Daily Emerald / Posted 3 days ago
at (541) 683-4368.Tuesday, June 28 — Make It: Banana Pianos and More – 6 p.m. at the Eugene Library’s Sheldon Branch (1566 Coburg Rd.) Free. Budding engineers of all ages: It’s about time you create a piano with a few bananas. Check out this... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Driver jailed for killing two elderly women in minibus crashhad a high level of drugs in his bloodstream, rendering him incapable of drivin
Driver jailed for killing two elderly women in minibus crash
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
had a high level of drugs in his bloodstream, rendering him incapable of driving safely. Trueman, who is from Coburg, was driving to put flowers on his brother's grave at the time of the crash. He cried as the judge detailed what he... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Round 14 report card: Every AFL team analysed10 disposals, while late inclusion Robin Nahas couldn’t score from his nine pos
Round 14 report card: Every AFL team analysed
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
10 disposals, while late inclusion Robin Nahas couldn’t score from his nine possessions. THE MAGOOS Werribee went down to Coburg but youngsters Ryan Clarke, Ed Vickers-Willis and Declan Mountford made the best. GRADE - B RICHMOND THEY ended up... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Vic laws to deal with masked protestersand scuffles involving a splinter group. But there was no repeat of the violen
Vic laws to deal with masked protesters
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 days ago
and scuffles involving a splinter group. But there was no repeat of the violent clashes between the opposing groups at a Coburg rally in late May. Opposition attorney-general John Pesutto said police no longer have the powers they need to... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne rallies: Millions of dollars spent policing protests, says Premierby anti-fascist and anti-immigration protesters – the first time the sparring g
Melbourne rallies: Millions of dollars spent policing protests, says Premier
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
by anti-fascist and anti-immigration protesters – the first time the sparring groups have met since a violent clash in Coburg in May. Sunday's massive police presence helped prevent a repeat of the violence. However, scuffles still broke out... Read more
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The Courier
Melbourne rallies: Millions of dollars spent policing protests, says Premierby anti-fascist and anti-immigration protesters – the first time the sparring g
Melbourne rallies: Millions of dollars spent policing protests, says Premier
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
by anti-fascist and anti-immigration protesters – the first time the sparring groups have met since a violent clash in Coburg in May. Sunday's massive police presence helped prevent a repeat of the violence. However, scuffles still broke out... Read more
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The Courier
Reward for clean Rooster outputGray, Kempster, Bennett, Sketcher, CavarraOTHER SCORES: Port Melbourne 10.11 (7
Reward for clean Rooster output
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
Gray, Kempster, Bennett, Sketcher, CavarraOTHER SCORES: Port Melbourne 10.11 (71) d Box Hill 7.13 (55), Werribee 9.5 (59) d Coburg 9.19 (73), Northern 9.8 (62) d Sandringham 13.24 (102), Williamstown 5.17 (47) d Geelong 10.3 (63), Collingwood 14.12... Read more
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The Border Mail
Melbourne rallies: Millions of dollars spent policing protests, says Premierby anti-fascist and anti-immigration protesters – the first time the sparring g
Melbourne rallies: Millions of dollars spent policing protests, says Premier
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
by anti-fascist and anti-immigration protesters – the first time the sparring groups have met since a violent clash in Coburg in May. Sunday's massive police presence helped prevent a repeat of the violence. However, scuffles still broke out... Read more
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Times of Malta
A union called Nigel Faragehad their windows smashed in the middle of the night. Sausage dogs were stoned
A union called Nigel Farage
Times of Malta / Posted 4 days ago
had their windows smashed in the middle of the night. Sausage dogs were stoned on the streets, and the royal house of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha scrambled to rechristen itself a more English-sounding ‘Windsor’. On the commoner side, over 15 million... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Protesters converge on Melbourneweapons. The crackdown was promised in the wake of a string of violent street
Protesters converge on Melbourne
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 days ago
weapons. The crackdown was promised in the wake of a string of violent street clashes, including last month’s riot outside Coburg Primary School in Bell St. Police were forced to use capsicum spray to break up the running battles between... Read more
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The Courier
Far left, right-wing groups rally: Anti-Islam, anti-racism groups protest in Melbournedemonstration. Up to 400 police are bracing for tension between the groups, fo
Far left, right-wing groups rally: Anti-Islam, anti-racism groups protest in Melbourne
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
demonstration. Up to 400 police are bracing for tension between the groups, following May's violent clashes in Coburg, in Melbourne's inner north. Those protests resulted in seven arrests and prompted calls for tougher penalties on... Read more
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The Courier
Far left, right-wing groups rally: Anti-Islam, anti-racism groups protest in Melbourneanti-immigration groups. It's the first time the groups have met since seven p
Far left, right-wing groups rally: Anti-Islam, anti-racism groups protest in Melbourne
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
anti-immigration groups. It's the first time the groups have met since seven people were arrested in violent clashes at Coburg, in Melbourne's inner north, in May. Police have warned they will crack down on violent offenders as opposing left... Read more
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Herald Sun
Protesters converge on Melbourneweapons. The crackdown was promised in the wake of a string of violent street
Protesters converge on Melbourne
Herald Sun / Posted 4 days ago
weapons. The crackdown was promised in the wake of a string of violent street clashes, including last month’s riot outside Coburg Primary School in Bell St. Police were forced to use capsicum spray to break up the running battles between... Read more
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The Age
Far left, right-wing groups rally: Anti-Islam, anti-racism groups protest in Melbourneanti-immigration groups. It's the first time the groups have met since seven p
Far left, right-wing groups rally: Anti-Islam, anti-racism groups protest in Melbourne
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
anti-immigration groups. It's the first time the groups have met since seven people were arrested in violent clashes at Coburg, in Melbourne's inner north, in May. Protesters from rival anti-racism and anti-Muslim groups clash in Coburg in May.... Read more
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The Border Mail
Far left, right-wing groups rally: Anti-Islam, anti-racism groups protest in Melbourneanti-immigration groups. It's the first time the groups have met since seven p
Far left, right-wing groups rally: Anti-Islam, anti-racism groups protest in Melbourne
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
anti-immigration groups. It's the first time the groups have met since seven people were arrested in violent clashes at Coburg, in Melbourne's inner north, in May. Police have warned they will crack down on violent offenders as opposing left... Read more
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The Courier
Anti-Islam, anti-racism groups to protest in Melbourne againcrack down on violent offenders as opposing left and right wing groups plan to
Anti-Islam, anti-racism groups to protest in Melbourne again
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
crack down on violent offenders as opposing left and right wing groups plan to rally in Melbourne on Sunday. Last month in Coburg, the opposing groups clashed at a multicultural anti-racism rally which erupted in violence. The anti-Islam True Blue... Read more
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The Age
Anti-Islam, anti-racism groups to protest in Melbourne againcrack down on violent offenders as opposing left and right wing groups plan to
Anti-Islam, anti-racism groups to protest in Melbourne again
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
crack down on violent offenders as opposing left and right wing groups plan to rally in Melbourne on Sunday. Last month in Coburg, the opposing groups clashed at a multicultural anti-racism rally which erupted in violence. The anti-Islam True Blue... Read more
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The Border Mail
Anti-Islam, anti-racism groups to protest in Melbourne againcrack down on violent offenders as opposing left and right wing groups plan to
Anti-Islam, anti-racism groups to protest in Melbourne again
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
crack down on violent offenders as opposing left and right wing groups plan to rally in Melbourne on Sunday. Last month in Coburg, the opposing groups clashed at a multicultural anti-racism rally which erupted in violence. The anti-Islam True Blue... Read more
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The North West Star
VFL: Sandringham continue winning waysgo for the top four." The Hawks, conversely, could drop outside the top eight
VFL: Sandringham continue winning ways
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
go for the top four." The Hawks, conversely, could drop outside the top eight if Geelong upsets Williamstown on Sunday. Coburg upset Werribee by 14-points at Avalon Airport Oval. Coburg is within a game of the top eight, leaping ahead of the... Read more
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The Courier
Roosters rue lost chanceschances to do this against Port Melbourne (leading by 22 points at three quarte
Roosters rue lost chances
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
chances to do this against Port Melbourne (leading by 22 points at three quarter time), Box Hill (more inside 50s) and Coburg (30 inside 50s to four in the first quarter). On each occasion though they came up short. North Ballarat get another... Read more
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The North West Star
VFL: Livewire Cat Nakia Cockatoo set for return from injuryFRANKSTON v North Ballarat, Frankston Oval, 2pm; PORT MELBOURNE v Box Hill Hawk
VFL: Livewire Cat Nakia Cockatoo set for return from injury
The North West Star / Posted 6 days ago
FRANKSTON v North Ballarat, Frankston Oval, 2pm; PORT MELBOURNE v Box Hill Hawks, North Port Oval, 2pm; WERRIBEE v Coburg, Avalon Airport Oval, 2pm; Northern Blues v SANDRINGHAM, Preston City Oval, 2pm. Sunday: WILLIAMSTOWN v Geelong,... Read more
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Weekly Times
Council not kidding over goat weed planMoreland Council’s weed management strategy. Supporters of the plan say the co
Council not kidding over goat weed plan
Weekly Times / Posted 6 days ago
Moreland Council’s weed management strategy. Supporters of the plan say the council’s suburbs, which include Brunswick and Coburg, might even get a new industry out of it: goats’ milk products. The idea was put to Moreland Council in response to a... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Restaurant Report Card: June 23rd, 2016has presence of roaches, especially in dish washing area - follow-up scheduled
Restaurant Report Card: June 23rd, 2016
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 6 days ago
has presence of roaches, especially in dish washing area - follow-up scheduled for June 24th Dan's Fries Mobile, 4040 Coburg Ln., Orangeburg - 100 Demesio's Pizza, 1542 Main St., Turbeville - 100 Peanut Man, 1215 Lincoln St., Columbia -... Read more
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Goal.com
Ten things the UK wants from Germany to stay in the EUfamily is actually German. It was only in 1917 when King George V abandoned his
Ten things the UK wants from Germany to stay in the EU
Goal.com / Posted 7 days ago
family is actually German. It was only in 1917 when King George V abandoned his family dynasty's name - the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha - for the Anglicised 'Windsor'. Therefore, Germans, they are YOUR royal family too. Not only must you... Read more
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The Coast
Centre Plan takes centre stagein 1978, this isn't a very difficult requirement to meet. For example, WM Fares
Centre Plan takes centre stage
The Coast / Posted 7 days ago
in 1978, this isn't a very difficult requirement to meet. For example, WM Fares' letter of intent for developing 6345 Coburg Road bluntly states "The current policies and Land Use Bylaw requirements [for this site] are out­dated and too... Read more
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The Courier
Throwback Thursday | Ballarat sport in June, 2009United v Sebastopol Vikings: Jason Hekkema. BDSA, North United v Sebastopol Vi
Throwback Thursday | Ballarat sport in June, 2009
The Courier / Posted 8 days ago
United v Sebastopol Vikings: Jason Hekkema. BDSA, North United v Sebastopol Vikings: Jason Hekkema. VFL, North Ballarat v Coburg: North Ballarat's Paul McMahon gets close attention from Coburg's Dean Putt. VFL, North Ballarat v Coburg: Tristan... Read more
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News.com.au
$6m worth of drugs seized in Vic raidsfour vehicles, $200,000 cash and approximately $100,000 worth of stolen goods d
$6m worth of drugs seized in Vic raids
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
four vehicles, $200,000 cash and approximately $100,000 worth of stolen goods during raids in Brunswick, Flemington, Braybrook and Coburg last week. Five men and a woman faced court last week charged with large-scale drug and property... Read more
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Perth Now
$6m worth of drugs seized in Vic raids$200,000 cash and approximately $100,000 worth of stolen goods during raids in
$6m worth of drugs seized in Vic raids
Perth Now / Posted 8 days ago
$200,000 cash and approximately $100,000 worth of stolen goods during raids in Brunswick, Flemington, Braybrook and Coburg last week. Five men and a woman faced court last week charged with large-scale drug and property offences. Most... Read more
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Adelaide Now
$6m worth of drugs seized in Vic raids$200,000 cash and approximately $100,000 worth of stolen goods during raids in
$6m worth of drugs seized in Vic raids
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 days ago
$200,000 cash and approximately $100,000 worth of stolen goods during raids in Brunswick, Flemington, Braybrook and Coburg last week. Five men and a woman faced court last week charged with large-scale drug and property offences. Most... Read more
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Herald Sun
$6m worth of drugs seized in Vic raids$200,000 cash and approximately $100,000 worth of stolen goods during raids in
$6m worth of drugs seized in Vic raids
Herald Sun / Posted 8 days ago
$200,000 cash and approximately $100,000 worth of stolen goods during raids in Brunswick, Flemington, Braybrook and Coburg last week. Five men and a woman faced court last week charged with large-scale drug and property offences. Most... Read more
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The Courier
Year overthe start of the 2017 pre-season. Herbert has made just the once appearance fo
Year over
The Courier / Posted 8 days ago
the start of the 2017 pre-season. Herbert has made just the once appearance for the Selkirk Roosters – round one against Coburg. He injured a hamstring in the game, in which the Roosters had what has been their only win for the Victorian... Read more
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The Courier
Bearded burglar on crime spree in Melbourne's northsuburbs. Moreland detectives have released images of the man they suspect has
Bearded burglar on crime spree in Melbourne's north
The Courier / Posted 8 days ago
suburbs. Moreland detectives have released images of the man they suspect has been breaking into homes and cars in Coburg, Collingwood, Oak Park, and Brunswick East since February. Police believe he was even been able to break in to a high... Read more
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Herald Sun
400 police to monitor Melb rallyweekend during a rally organised by self-declared "pro-Australians". Groups fo
400 police to monitor Melb rally
Herald Sun / Posted 8 days ago
weekend during a rally organised by self-declared "pro-Australians". Groups for and against Islam clashed violently at a Coburg rally in late May and Police Minister Lisa Neville has asked families to avoid this Sunday's protest outside... Read more
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Weekly Times
400 police to monitor Melb rallyweekend during a rally organised by self-declared "pro-Australians". Groups fo
400 police to monitor Melb rally
Weekly Times / Posted 8 days ago
weekend during a rally organised by self-declared "pro-Australians". Groups for and against Islam clashed violently at a Coburg rally in late May and Police Minister Lisa Neville has asked families to avoid this Sunday's protest outside... Read more
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