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2015/03/01 00:20
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Former premier Denis Napthine spent a small fortune on spin, including ads for the doomed East West Link. Photo: Wayne Taylor The former Coalition government spent at least $354 million on...
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2015/02/27 10:47
2015/02/27 10:47
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Junkie motorists will dodge new narcotics breathalysers by taking substances the devices cannot detect, a motoring chief has warned. The head of the AA said determined druggies could swap to danger...
2015/02/27 05:34
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INLWho exactly is being enriched by the e-toll system, is the question being asked. File photo: Itumeleng English Johannesburg - Opposition parties have accused Premier David Makhura of having lost...
2015/02/26 13:21
2015/02/26 13:21
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Spanish authorities considering breathalysing PEDESTRIANS in a bid to stop drunk tourists staggering into the path of cars Proposals by Spain's Traffic Directorate are a bid to make the streets...
2015/02/26 12:43
2015/02/26 12:43
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A wheelchair user with a rare condition is campaigning to make a local train station more disabled-friendly. Emma Donaldson, of Hucknall, has been using the Robin Hood Line to get about independently...
2015/02/25 12:01
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Figures from the Department of Transport (DfT) have revealed the capital’s most dangerous junctions for cyclists. Insurance company Aviva analysed the figures over the last five years and came up...
2015/02/23 21:51
2015/02/23 21:51
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Kadiza Sultana 16 and Amira Abase 15 Mr Cameron urged airlines to introduce “proportionate arrangements” to prevent “at risk children” reaching destinations like Syria and Iraq. The Prime Minister...
2015/02/23 08:24
2015/02/23 08:24
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The scheme to lengthen the platform at St Georges and install a new crossover track at The Royal was started in September at a cost of £4.5m. But the project was derailed after mine workings the size...
2015/02/22 21:23
2015/02/22 21:23
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THE future of rail through the Lockyer Valley is still unknown, with both the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) and Transport and Main Roads (TMR) yet to make any formal decisions. Despite...
2015/02/22 10:21
2015/02/22 10:21
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Brown to ditch plans for £100m 'Blair Force One' jet Gordon Brown is set to scrap plans for a 70-seater Airbus for ministers and the Royal Family, it was revealed today. A study by the Department...
2015/02/20 19:51
2015/02/20 19:51
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Life in the country brings its own hazards, one of which is the regular sight of “Caution - Mud on Road” signs. But it’s no joke to anyone involved in one of the 1,510 accidents that took place on UK...
2015/02/20 14:13
2015/02/20 14:13
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THE proposed new site for the Ballarat saleyards has not been adequately researched, according to a regular council watcher. THE proposed new site for the Ballarat saleyards has not been adequately...
2015/02/19 19:54
2015/02/19 19:54
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From the early-'70s to the mid-'80s, I often used the A43/A34 from the A1 at Stamford to Winchester. Every so often a new road or dual carriageway section would be built and finally when the East...
2015/02/19 19:27
2015/02/19 19:27
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FOR the remainder of the month police will target drivers and passengers who aren't wearing seatbelts and using child restraints correctly. Hervey Bay Police Senior Constable Matt Loudon said the...
2015/02/19 17:18
2015/02/19 17:18
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IN RESPONSE to Peter Chapman's column yesterday, an explanation about how the toll fee system works: The $11.38 toll notice administration fee covers the costs associated with recovering unpaid...
2015/02/18 20:30
2015/02/18 20:30
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Business Home>Aviation From no roads to aviation hub in 40 years, says VPStaff Report, Wam / 19 February 2015 The UAE scored a success rate of 98.86 per cent in aviation safety, which is the highest...
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2015/02/18 19:41
2015/02/18 19:41
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Nineteen aircraft were refused use of Irish airspace or airports last year over concerns they were carrying indiscriminate military hardware like cluster bombs, it has been revealed. The mainly US...
2015/02/18 18:27
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Harrow Borough Council has paid out more than £13,000 in compensation to motorists whose cars were damaged by potholes in the last two years. A Freedom of Information request from the Harrow Times...
2015/02/18 16:35
2015/02/18 16:35
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President Jacob Zuma delivered the State Of the Nation Address on Thursday night, declaring that, while there were challenges, South Africa was on solid footing. He delivered the address during the...
2015/02/18 13:34
2015/02/18 13:34
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Durban - The bakkie accident in which seven primary school pupils died last month has claimed another victim. Eleven-year-old Grade 6 pupil Nonzuzo Zuma died at Edendale Hospital on Monday after...
2015/03/01 00:20
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