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News Mail
Noosa mayor on "red alert" over planning court decisioncouncillors. "I'm more than happy to rattle this cage on behalf of Noosa and o
Noosa mayor on "red alert" over planning court decision
News Mail / Posted 48 minutes ago
councillors. "I'm more than happy to rattle this cage on behalf of Noosa and other local governments if necessary." Cr Wellington said the court decision "takes this matter into the realms of the absolute absurd" and was forcing local... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Noosa mayor on "red alert" over planning court decisioncouncillors. "I'm more than happy to rattle this cage on behalf of Noosa and o
Noosa mayor on "red alert" over planning court decision
The Daily Mercury / Posted an hour ago
councillors. "I'm more than happy to rattle this cage on behalf of Noosa and other local governments if necessary." Cr Wellington said the court decision "takes this matter into the realms of the absolute absurd" and was forcing local... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Noosa mayor on "red alert" over planning court decisioncouncillors. "I'm more than happy to rattle this cage on behalf of Noosa and o
Noosa mayor on "red alert" over planning court decision
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted an hour ago
councillors. "I'm more than happy to rattle this cage on behalf of Noosa and other local governments if necessary." Cr Wellington said the court decision "takes this matter into the realms of the absolute absurd" and was forcing local... Read more
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Queensland Times
Noosa mayor on "red alert" over planning court decisioncouncillors. "I'm more than happy to rattle this cage on behalf of Noosa and o
Noosa mayor on "red alert" over planning court decision
Queensland Times / Posted an hour ago
councillors. "I'm more than happy to rattle this cage on behalf of Noosa and other local governments if necessary." Cr Wellington said the court decision "takes this matter into the realms of the absolute absurd" and was forcing local... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Noosa mayor on "red alert" over planning court decisioncouncillors. "I'm more than happy to rattle this cage on behalf of Noosa and o
Noosa mayor on "red alert" over planning court decision
The Morning Bulletin / Posted an hour ago
councillors. "I'm more than happy to rattle this cage on behalf of Noosa and other local governments if necessary." Cr Wellington said the court decision "takes this matter into the realms of the absolute absurd" and was forcing local... Read more
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Northern Star
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980sThe bush bash - where it all began THE very first Muster was held on September
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980s
Northern Star / Posted 2 hours ago
The bush bash - where it all began THE very first Muster was held on September 24-26, 1982 on 25 hectares of beautiful creek flats at Thornside - the Webb Brothers' property at Widgee, 32km west of Gympie. A meandering stream separated the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980sThe bush bash - where it all began THE very first Muster was held on September
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980s
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 hours ago
The bush bash - where it all began THE very first Muster was held on September 24-26, 1982 on 25 hectares of beautiful creek flats at Thornside - the Webb Brothers' property at Widgee, 32km west of Gympie. A meandering stream separated the... Read more
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Queensland Times
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980sThe bush bash - where it all began THE very first Muster was held on September
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980s
Queensland Times / Posted 2 hours ago
The bush bash - where it all began THE very first Muster was held on September 24-26, 1982 on 25 hectares of beautiful creek flats at Thornside - the Webb Brothers' property at Widgee, 32km west of Gympie. A meandering stream separated the... Read more
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News Mail
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980sThe bush bash - where it all began THE very first Muster was held on September
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980s
News Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
The bush bash - where it all began THE very first Muster was held on September 24-26, 1982 on 25 hectares of beautiful creek flats at Thornside - the Webb Brothers' property at Widgee, 32km west of Gympie. A meandering stream separated the... Read more
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Daily Examiner
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980sThe bush bash - where it all began THE very first Muster was held on September
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980s
Daily Examiner / Posted 3 hours ago
The bush bash - where it all began THE very first Muster was held on September 24-26, 1982 on 25 hectares of beautiful creek flats at Thornside - the Webb Brothers' property at Widgee, 32km west of Gympie. A meandering stream separated the... Read more
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The Courier
Flashback Friday | Ballarat social snaps from August, 2010Real Estate: Michelle Wilson, Jan Browning. Women's Business networking event
Flashback Friday | Ballarat social snaps from August, 2010
The Courier / Posted 8 hours ago
Real Estate: Michelle Wilson, Jan Browning. Women's Business networking event at Alexandria on Lydiard:Claire Ervin, Liz Crothers, Emma Blomeley, Taliska Rumler. Women's Business networking event at Alexandria on Lydiard: Organisers Kate Burrows... Read more
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Eureka Times-Standard
College of the Redwoods volleyball expects to compete for GVC titleformer Humboldt State University volleyball star guided her team to an 8-10 rec
College of the Redwoods volleyball expects to compete for GVC title
Eureka Times-Standard / Posted 16 hours ago
former Humboldt State University volleyball star guided her team to an 8-10 record in 2015, which is one of the best finishes for the program in the past decade. With four starters returning from last year’s squad, Matsudu is confident... Read more
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The Courier
Local businesses shine in awardsin Gascony and The Basque country learning from masters of charcuterie. “We’ve
Local businesses shine in awards
The Courier / Posted 16 hours ago
in Gascony and The Basque country learning from masters of charcuterie. “We’ve gone far and wide to research and in turn create our products,” Mr Nunn said. “It was important that we had first hand knowledge of where charcuterie... Read more
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The Courier
Local businesses shine in awardsin Gascony and The Basque country learning from masters of charcuterie. “We’ve
Local businesses shine in awards
The Courier / Posted 17 hours ago
in Gascony and The Basque country learning from masters of charcuterie. “We’ve gone far and wide to research and in turn create our products,” Mr Nunn said. “It was important that we had first hand knowledge of where charcuterie... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Cricket fans travelled from Townsville for the first game of the A Serieshis mate Tom Collingwood from Proserpine on the way to the game but they were m
Cricket fans travelled from Townsville for the first game of the A Series
The Daily Mercury / Posted 23 hours ago
his mate Tom Collingwood from Proserpine on the way to the game but they were met with disappointment when they got there. Cricket Australia cancelled the match yesterday morning after referee Steve Bernard deemed the field unsafe to play "due to a... Read more
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Queensland Times
Rosewood to host its very own Eat Streetprepares to host the Tables for Ten fundraiser. The outdoor dining event, host
Rosewood to host its very own Eat Street
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
prepares to host the Tables for Ten fundraiser. The outdoor dining event, hosted by the Lions Club, will see the region's best cooks whip up Chinese, Italian, Mexican and French dishes. "There will also be lots of entertainment by local bands,... Read more
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Queensland Times
RSPCA beat competition in bid for council tendertheir decision and reinstate the AWLQ has gained more than 500 signatures. But
RSPCA beat competition in bid for council tender
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
their decision and reinstate the AWLQ has gained more than 500 signatures. But Ipswich City Council says it made the best decision for both the ratepayers and the animals' welfare. Before going to tender, the council offered to extend Animal... Read more
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The Economic Times
IIT Council clears Project Vishwajeet to raise IITs at par with the world's bestGRE scores should also be considered for admission. All these students shall be
IIT Council clears Project Vishwajeet to raise IITs at par with the world's best
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
GRE scores should also be considered for admission. All these students shall be paid fellowships as the Indian students. Increase the post-Doctoral students to the 600-750 range: at least one post Doctoral scholar for every 4 PhD students. At least... Read more
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Queensland Times
$100m plan for Curtis Island 'world class' luxury resort(approval) because it has been a long time coming: two generations and 41 years
$100m plan for Curtis Island 'world class' luxury resort
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
(approval) because it has been a long time coming: two generations and 41 years in the making so we're keeping our fingers crossed." Yesterday mayor Matt Burnett said the project had all but received its final tick of approval, so long as the... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
$100m plan for Curtis Island 'world class' luxury resort(approval) because it has been a long time coming: two generations and 41 years
$100m plan for Curtis Island 'world class' luxury resort
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
(approval) because it has been a long time coming: two generations and 41 years in the making so we're keeping our fingers crossed." Yesterday mayor Matt Burnett said the project had all but received its final tick of approval, so long as the... Read more
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News Mail
$100m plan for Curtis Island 'world class' luxury resort(approval) because it has been a long time coming: two generations and 41 years
$100m plan for Curtis Island 'world class' luxury resort
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
(approval) because it has been a long time coming: two generations and 41 years in the making so we're keeping our fingers crossed." Yesterday mayor Matt Burnett said the project had all but received its final tick of approval, so long as the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
$100m plan for Curtis Island 'world class' luxury resort(approval) because it has been a long time coming: two generations and 41 years
$100m plan for Curtis Island 'world class' luxury resort
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
(approval) because it has been a long time coming: two generations and 41 years in the making so we're keeping our fingers crossed." Yesterday mayor Matt Burnett said the project had all but received its final tick of approval, so long as the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
$100m plan for Curtis Island 'world class' luxury resort(approval) because it has been a long time coming: two generations and 41 years
$100m plan for Curtis Island 'world class' luxury resort
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
(approval) because it has been a long time coming: two generations and 41 years in the making so we're keeping our fingers crossed." Yesterday mayor Matt Burnett said the project had all but received its final tick of approval, so long as the... Read more
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The Courier
On this day in Ballarat | August 24Jane Basham, Rebecca Warke, and Larissa Kydd. 2003 - South Street debating, wi
On this day in Ballarat | August 24
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
Jane Basham, Rebecca Warke, and Larissa Kydd. 2003 - South Street debating, winning Ballarat High School team: Eleanor Crawford, Erica Tracksdorf, Amelia Gracie speaking. 2003 - CHFL watching Beaufort V Buninyong netball. 2003 - Josh Gilbert... Read more
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The North West Star
Gold Coast votes no on 2028 Olympics feasibility studySouth-east Queensland's bid to consider hosting the 2028 Olympic Games is off t
Gold Coast votes no on 2028 Olympics feasibility study
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
South-east Queensland's bid to consider hosting the 2028 Olympic Games is off to a crawl. But Brisbane's ratepayers will still contribute $870,000 over the next two years to a feasibility study. It is still three years before a formal bid to host... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Gold Coast votes no on 2028 Olympics feasibility studySouth-east Queensland's bid to consider hosting the 2028 Olympic Games is off t
Gold Coast votes no on 2028 Olympics feasibility study
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
South-east Queensland's bid to consider hosting the 2028 Olympic Games is off to a crawl. But Brisbane's ratepayers will still contribute $870,000 over the next two years to a feasibility study. No: Gold Coast mayor Tom Tate says Gold Coast will... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
CCTV to put handbrake on Carter St vandalsin graffiti and our sporting fields being torn up by vandals,” Mr Anderson said
CCTV to put handbrake on Carter St vandals
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
in graffiti and our sporting fields being torn up by vandals,” Mr Anderson said. Deputy mayor and chair of the council’s crime committee Russell Webb was very pleased with the news. “It will help as a deterrent and a mechanism to help capture... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The South Coast Regional Wrap | Tuesday, August 23, 2016Get across news headlines from around regional Australia. Here’s your headline
The South Coast Regional Wrap | Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
Get across news headlines from around regional Australia. Here’s your headlines from around regional Australia and beyond. Scroll down and refresh for weather, road reports and more. 8.32am: That's a wrap for this morning. Remember to check in on... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
POLL | Little heard over the fence: mayormore than two advocating for a fence. - Tamworth mayor - Col Murray “There’s o
POLL | Little heard over the fence: mayor
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
more than two advocating for a fence. - Tamworth mayor - Col Murray “There’s over 60,000 people who live in the region,” Cr Murray said. The mayor said there were some valid points made in the discussion, but he said council “couldn’t react to... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Tuesday, August 23, 2016Get across news headlines from around regional Australia this morning. Good mo
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
Get across news headlines from around regional Australia this morning. Good morning here’s your headlines from around regional Australia and beyond. Scroll down and refresh for weather, road reports and more. 8.32am: That's a wrap for this morning.... Read more
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Northern Star
Seven projects to start Byron Bay's faceliftsaid that once the sites for the pop up play spaces and playful signage campaig
Seven projects to start Byron Bay's facelift
Northern Star / Posted 2 days ago
said that once the sites for the pop up play spaces and playful signage campaign had been confirmed with council, the creative team would begin the design. "The team includes landscape architect Paul Blay, designer and fabricator Ed Horne,... Read more
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Calculated Risk
Black Knight's First Look at July Mortgage DataCR Note: The month-to-month increase in delinquencies is mostly seasonal (happe
Black Knight's First Look at July Mortgage Data
Calculated Risk / Posted 3 days ago
CR Note: The month-to-month increase in delinquencies is mostly seasonal (happens every July). I'm in NYC, and posting will be intermittent. Best to all. From Black Knight: Black Knight Financial Services’ First Look at July Mortgage Data:... Read more
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New Kerala
Jivi mobiles starts manufacturing feature phones in Delhi - newkerala.com #108364I. Team Jivi looks forward on serving the North and Eastern markets in India. T
Jivi mobiles starts manufacturing feature phones in Delhi - newkerala.com #108364
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
I. Team Jivi looks forward on serving the North and Eastern markets in India. The facility in Mahipalpur has one of the best setups in mobile manufacturing with high tech equipments and automated process. This investment of Rs 200 cr. in our... Read more
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dna
Wi-Fi power to eight more suburban stations in MumbaiDadar (WR) and Khar Road, are on the Western Railway line, while the rest -- Ka
Wi-Fi power to eight more suburban stations in Mumbai
dna / Posted 3 days ago
Dadar (WR) and Khar Road, are on the Western Railway line, while the rest -- Kalyan, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus and Dadar (CR)-- are on Central Railway line. The Wi-Fi services are being provided under 'RailWire', which has been designed to offer... Read more
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The Economic Times
Wi-Fi power to eight more suburban stations in MumbaiDadar (WR) and Khar Road, are on the Western Railway line, while the rest -- Ka
Wi-Fi power to eight more suburban stations in Mumbai
The Economic Times / Posted 3 days ago
Dadar (WR) and Khar Road, are on the Western Railway line, while the rest -- Kalyan, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus and Dadar (CR)-- are on Central Railway line. The Wi-Fi services are being provided under 'RailWire', which has been designed to offer... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Little heard over the fence: mayormore than two advocating for a fence. - Tamworth mayor - Col Murray “There’s o
Little heard over the fence: mayor
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
more than two advocating for a fence. - Tamworth mayor - Col Murray “There’s over 60,000 people who live in the region,” Cr Murray said. The mayor said there were some valid points made in the discussion, but he said council “couldn’t react to... Read more
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Northern Star
Rail trail disconnect cost project millions: PageValley Council have fully backed the rail trail. In Lismore, the idea has rece
Rail trail disconnect cost project millions: Page
Northern Star / Posted 4 days ago
Valley Council have fully backed the rail trail. In Lismore, the idea has recently been afforded higher priority with Cr Glenys Ritchie amending the Lismore City Council "wishlist" of projects required for state and federal funding to put the... Read more
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Queensland Times
LISTEN: Could Ipswich become a night life hot spot?IPSWICH'S Brisbane St is set to transform into it's own version of the hustling
LISTEN: Could Ipswich become a night life hot spot?
Queensland Times / Posted 6 days ago
IPSWICH'S Brisbane St is set to transform into it's own version of the hustling and bustling night life best suited to Brisbane's Brunswick St. In a bid to create more evening entertainment venues for young Ipswich residents, Mayor Paul Pisasale has... Read more
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dna
How Kejriwal is fast undoing a phenomenon called AAPways: 1. Use of only white money in political funding 2. End of high command
How Kejriwal is fast undoing a phenomenon called AAP
dna / Posted 6 days ago
ways: 1. Use of only white money in political funding 2. End of high command culture and instituting inner part democracy (Swaraj): AAP professed that it would be a cadre based organisation with a bottom up approach and stressed that the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Kaia Gerber steps out after landing her first solo Vogue coverShe landed her first ever solo Vogue cover aged just 14- two years before her s
Kaia Gerber steps out after landing her first solo Vogue cover
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
She landed her first ever solo Vogue cover aged just 14- two years before her superstar mum Cindy Crawford first posed on the cover of a magazine aged 16. And Kaia Gerber looked ever inch her stunning mother's mini-me as she stepped out with a... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
The Cr�pe Factory: Friends turned restaurateurs find food nicheThe Main Street sweet crepe: Creamy Nutella and Graham Cracker finished with To
The Cr�pe Factory: Friends turned restaurateurs find food niche
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 6 days ago
The Main Street sweet crepe: Creamy Nutella and Graham Cracker finished with Toasted Marshmallows and a drizzle of Belgian Chocolate.GoUpstate.comAugust 18, 2016 10:05 AM

Good friends Denise Mehl and Elaine Hoffman talked about going into... Read more

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Calculated Risk
December 2006: Tanta joined CR!Risk. When some people say that here are few women bloggers in finance and eco
December 2006: Tanta joined CR!
Calculated Risk / Posted 6 days ago
Risk. When some people say that here are few women bloggers in finance and economics, I remind them that Tanta was the best of all of us! From December 2006, until she passed away from ovarian cancer on Nov 30, 2008, Tanta was my co-blogger.... Read more
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Eureka Times-Standard
College Football: Leadership, experience key to Corsairs’ successthat the Corsairs began to turn fortunes around at the midway point of their sc
College Football: Leadership, experience key to Corsairs’ success
Eureka Times-Standard / Posted 6 days ago
that the Corsairs began to turn fortunes around at the midway point of their schedule. In the second half of the season, CR went 2-3 and lost their last four games by an average of 6.75 points-per-game. “As crazy as it sounds, we were a few... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Trad 'would love' Qld Olympics but CommGames is costly lessonperspective, I know how costly it's been delivering on the infrastructure that'
Trad 'would love' Qld Olympics but CommGames is costly lesson
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
perspective, I know how costly it's been delivering on the infrastructure that's required to make sure that we put on the best Commonwealth Games that we can in 2018." Ms Trad said the experience of Rio brought those concerns to the... Read more
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Queensland Times
Ipswich people love heritagehearts of Ipswich people. That was proven once again when a free service that
Ipswich people love heritage
Queensland Times / Posted 7 days ago
hearts of Ipswich people. That was proven once again when a free service that supports and promotes heritage conservation across Ipswich was heavily endorsed in a recent customer survey. Ipswich City Council's heritage boss Cr Andrew Antoniolli... Read more
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The North West Star
New Management for Splashez Aquatic Centreto the Council and the community. “Council and the current contractor have agr
New Management for Splashez Aquatic Centre
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
to the Council and the community. “Council and the current contractor have agreed that a new management tender is in the best long term interest of the operations of the facility,” Cr McCulloch said. “We thank Mount Isa Aquatics for the years... Read more
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Daily News
Police celebrate 150 yearssportsmen and they are quite rightly celebrating it with sporting activities. T
Police celebrate 150 years
Daily News / Posted 8 days ago
sportsmen and they are quite rightly celebrating it with sporting activities. This is one department which has given the best for every sport and in connection with the celebrations there was a series of sporting events at every town. Kandy... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Two councillors resign from troubled Denmark shireforward a motion recommending councillor Rob Whooley take a leave of absence as
Two councillors resign from troubled Denmark shire
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
forward a motion recommending councillor Rob Whooley take a leave of absence as he pursued legal action against the shire. Cr Whooley is seeking up to $400,000 in damages after his employment was terminated by the shire last year. He served as the... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Prime Yeppoon retail spots open to businessesas council looks to secure fresh and exciting retail opportunities to complemen
Prime Yeppoon retail spots open to businesses
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 days ago
as council looks to secure fresh and exciting retail opportunities to complement the already vibrant Yeppoon CBD,” Cr Ludwig said. "The really exciting thing about these tenancies is that council has deliberately chosen not to prescribe... Read more
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CNET
Ridin' thrifty: Here are the cars favored by buyers making $250k+ per yearare the cars favored by buyers making $250k+ per year Edmunds used Polk vehicl
Ridin' thrifty: Here are the cars favored by buyers making $250k+ per year
CNET / Posted 9 days ago
are the cars favored by buyers making $250k+ per year Edmunds used Polk vehicle registration data to compile a list of the best-selling cars with US buyers making more than $250,000 a year. Not to sound like an Upworthy article or anything, but the... Read more
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