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Adelaide Now
Inquest into accused murderer’s death beginsRobin Michael is escorted out of the Devonport Magistrates Court. AN accused m
Inquest into accused murderer’s death begins
Adelaide Now / Posted 20 hours ago
Robin Michael is escorted out of the Devonport Magistrates Court. AN accused murderer showed no signs of being suicidal in the days before he was found dead in his prison cell, an inquest has heard. Each said he had asked them not to report any... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Unions protest over fears about Australia's free trade deal with ChinaUnions protest in Devonport over fears about Australia's free trade deal with C
Unions protest over fears about Australia's free trade deal with China
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 hours ago
Unions protest in Devonport over fears about Australia's free trade deal with China Tasmanian unions have rallied in Devonport outside a public hearing examining Australia's free trade agreement with China. Federal Parliament's joint standing... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Ward And Lynch Named in Team for Triathlon World ChampsThursday, 27 August 2015, 10:38 amPress Release: Triathlon New ZealandWith the
Ward And Lynch Named in Team for Triathlon World Champs
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
Thursday, 27 August 2015, 10:38 amPress Release: Triathlon New ZealandWith the 2015 ITU World Championships less than four weeks away in... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tasmanian workers to lobby Federal MPs on China free trade agreement Trade unionists will be trying to capture the attention of Federal MPs in Tas
Tasmanian workers to lobby Federal MPs on China free trade agreement
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Trade unionists will be trying to capture the attention of Federal MPs in Tasmania today, in a protest against Australia's free trade agreement with China. Federal Parliament's... Read more
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Kiama Independent
$31.5m to be spent refurbishing Spirit of Tasmania fleetA $31.5 million refurbishment of the Spirit of Tasmania ferries will be managed
$31.5m to be spent refurbishing Spirit of Tasmania fleet
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
A $31.5 million refurbishment of the Spirit of Tasmania ferries will be managed in Devonport A $31.5 million refurbishment of the Spirit of Tasmania ferries will be managed in Devonport, with much of the work to be done on the Coast. That will lead... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Prison death of alleged wife killer under scrutiny in triple deaths in custody inquiryPrison death of alleged wife killer under scrutiny in Tasmanian triple deaths i
Prison death of alleged wife killer under scrutiny in triple deaths in custody inquiry
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Prison death of alleged wife killer under scrutiny in Tasmanian triple deaths in custody inquiry Photo: Alleged murderer Robin Michael, 63, and his alleged victim, his 44-year-old wife Kerry, who was found dead on Mt Roland in north-west Tasmania in... Read more
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Queensland Times
Truckin in the Tropics: Shane ChuggFOR the past seven years, Tasmanian truckie Shane Chugg has worked for SeaRoad
Truckin in the Tropics: Shane Chugg
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
FOR the past seven years, Tasmanian truckie Shane Chugg has worked for SeaRoad Logistics. When Big Rigs saw the 47-year-old beside the Bass Hwy near Latrobe he was driving a Volvo 480. "I have been a truckie for 30 years and haul general freight... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Truckin in the Tropics: Shane ChuggFOR the past seven years, Tasmanian truckie Shane Chugg has worked for SeaRoad
Truckin in the Tropics: Shane Chugg
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
FOR the past seven years, Tasmanian truckie Shane Chugg has worked for SeaRoad Logistics. When Big Rigs saw the 47-year-old beside the Bass Hwy near Latrobe he was driving a Volvo 480. "I have been a truckie for 30 years and haul general freight... Read more
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News Mail
Truckin in the Tropics: Shane ChuggFOR the past seven years, Tasmanian truckie Shane Chugg has worked for SeaRoad
Truckin in the Tropics: Shane Chugg
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
FOR the past seven years, Tasmanian truckie Shane Chugg has worked for SeaRoad Logistics. When Big Rigs saw the 47-year-old beside the Bass Hwy near Latrobe he was driving a Volvo 480. "I have been a truckie for 30 years and haul general freight... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Truckin in the Tropics: Shane ChuggFOR the past seven years, Tasmanian truckie Shane Chugg has worked for SeaRoad
Truckin in the Tropics: Shane Chugg
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
FOR the past seven years, Tasmanian truckie Shane Chugg has worked for SeaRoad Logistics. When Big Rigs saw the 47-year-old beside the Bass Hwy near Latrobe he was driving a Volvo 480. "I have been a truckie for 30 years and haul general freight... Read more
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Northern Star
Truckin in the Tropics: Shane ChuggFOR the past seven years, Tasmanian truckie Shane Chugg has worked for SeaRoad
Truckin in the Tropics: Shane Chugg
Northern Star / Posted 2 days ago
FOR the past seven years, Tasmanian truckie Shane Chugg has worked for SeaRoad Logistics. When Big Rigs saw the 47-year-old beside the Bass Hwy near Latrobe he was driving a Volvo 480. "I have been a truckie for 30 years and haul general freight... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Truckin in the Tropics: Shane ChuggFOR the past seven years, Tasmanian truckie Shane Chugg has worked for SeaRoad
Truckin in the Tropics: Shane Chugg
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
FOR the past seven years, Tasmanian truckie Shane Chugg has worked for SeaRoad Logistics. When Big Rigs saw the 47-year-old beside the Bass Hwy near Latrobe he was driving a Volvo 480. "I have been a truckie for 30 years and haul general freight... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Auckland Transport Board handed petition in HazMat suitsWednesday, 26 August 2015, 8:06 amPress Release: Ban GlyphosateAuckland Transpo
Auckland Transport Board handed petition in HazMat suits
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 days ago
Wednesday, 26 August 2015, 8:06 amPress Release: Ban GlyphosateAuckland Transport Board handed petition in full Hazardous Materials SuitToday community group ‘Ban Glyphosate’ delivered a... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Monday Rewind: Winners and the losersDrought-breaker: Royal Descent and Hugh Bowman beat off Pornichet as the Chris
Monday Rewind: Winners and the losers
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Drought-breaker: Royal Descent and Hugh Bowman beat off Pornichet as the Chris Waller-trained mare breaks a 29-month run of outs to win the Group 2 Warwick Stakes at Randwick. Picture: Simon Bullard THREE hardworking and dedicated individuals in the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Nine new firefighters to protect Tasmania's north and north-westNine new firefighters secured to protect the Tasmania's north and north-west T
Nine new firefighters to protect Tasmania's north and north-west
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
Nine new firefighters secured to protect the Tasmania's north and north-west The Tasmanian Fire Service (TFS) has chosen nine new firefighters out of a field of 230 candidates for the state's north and north-west after a gruelling selection... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Larry Williams: Auckland's runaway house marketAuckland, North Shore - View over Devonport towards Auckland City. Photo / Bret
Larry Williams: Auckland's runaway house market
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Auckland, North Shore - View over Devonport towards Auckland City. Photo / Brett Phibbs The Reserve Bank is again highlighting Auckland's runaway house market. Auckland prices rose 24 per cent over the past year compared to 3 per cent for the rest... Read more
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Perth Now
Baby suffered crushing head injuryMULTIPLE skull fractures suffered by a three-week-old baby could have been caus
Baby suffered crushing head injury
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
MULTIPLE skull fractures suffered by a three-week-old baby could have been caused by someone standing on the infant's head, or being hit with a cricket bat, an inquest has been told. TASMANIAN boy Bjay Johnstone died from head trauma when he was... Read more
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Herald Sun
Monday Rewind: Winners and the losersDrought-breaker: Royal Descent and Hugh Bowman beat off Pornichet as the Chris
Monday Rewind: Winners and the losers
Herald Sun / Posted 4 days ago
Drought-breaker: Royal Descent and Hugh Bowman beat off Pornichet as the Chris Waller-trained mare breaks a 29-month run of outs to win the Group 2 Warwick Stakes at Randwick. Picture: Simon Bullard THREE hardworking and dedicated individuals in the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Inquest into prisoner's death beginsBradley Steven Twidle was found dead in his jail cell at Christchurch Men's Pri
Inquest into prisoner's death begins
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Bradley Steven Twidle was found dead in his jail cell at Christchurch Men's Prison in December 2013. Photo / Supplied A prisoner who died in jail had requested segregation from a man who had been convicted of sexually assaulted him, claiming that he... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Inquest into baby death moves to HobartA CORONIAL inquest into the death of a six-week-old Tasmanian boy will enter a
Inquest into baby death moves to Hobart
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 days ago
A CORONIAL inquest into the death of a six-week-old Tasmanian boy will enter a third week when it reconvenes in Hobart on Monday. CORONER Olivia McTaggart is trying to determine how Bjay Johnstone suffered a head injury in 2012 which led to his... Read more
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Herald Sun
Inquest into baby death moves to HobartA CORONIAL inquest into the death of a six-week-old Tasmanian boy will enter a
Inquest into baby death moves to Hobart
Herald Sun / Posted 4 days ago
A CORONIAL inquest into the death of a six-week-old Tasmanian boy will enter a third week when it reconvenes in Hobart on Monday. CORONER Olivia McTaggart is trying to determine how Bjay Johnstone suffered a head injury in 2012 which led to his... Read more
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News.com.au
Inquest into baby death moves to Hobartbreaking news A CORONIAL inquest into the death of a six-week-old Tasmanian
Inquest into baby death moves to Hobart
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
breaking news A CORONIAL inquest into the death of a six-week-old Tasmanian boy will enter a third week when it reconvenes in Hobart on Monday. CORONER Olivia McTaggart is trying to determine how Bjay... Read more
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Perth Now
Inquest into baby death moves to HobartA CORONIAL inquest into the death of a six-week-old Tasmanian boy will enter a
Inquest into baby death moves to Hobart
Perth Now / Posted 4 days ago
A CORONIAL inquest into the death of a six-week-old Tasmanian boy will enter a third week when it reconvenes in Hobart on Monday. CORONER Olivia McTaggart is trying to determine how Bjay Johnstone suffered a head injury in 2012 which led to his... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Inquest into baby death moves to HobartA CORONIAL inquest into the death of a six-week-old Tasmanian boy will enter a
Inquest into baby death moves to Hobart
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 days ago
A CORONIAL inquest into the death of a six-week-old Tasmanian boy will enter a third week when it reconvenes in Hobart on Monday. CORONER Olivia McTaggart is trying to determine how Bjay Johnstone suffered a head injury in 2012 which led to his... Read more
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The Border Mail
The week that was, in photosJulia Moloney with the koala at the Panmure swimming hole. Picture: Carl Molone
The week that was, in photos
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Julia Moloney with the koala at the Panmure swimming hole. Picture: Carl Moloney – Photo appeared in the Warrnambool Standard Photo:Darren Pateman - The Newcastle Herald. ORANGE: Central Western Daily sport journalist Matt Findlay shows off his... Read more
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MumBRELLA
Kyle and Jackie O and Jonesy and Amanda to go head to head as ACRAs finalists announced Jonesy and Amanda will again faceoff against sister station and rival breakfa
Kyle and Jackie O and Jonesy and Amanda to go head to head as ACRAs finalists announced
MumBRELLA / Posted 5 days ago
Jonesy and Amanda will again faceoff against sister station and rival breakfast show hosts Kyle and Jackie O in the 2015 ACRA awards, which have been... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
$20m likely for A-listers' mansionAgent says Remuera Rd house on an 8000sq m section is one of city's finest. Pa
$20m likely for A-listers' mansion
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Agent says Remuera Rd house on an 8000sq m section is one of city's finest. Paula and Simon Herbert have done a major renovation on their Remuera Rd house. Photo / Supplied A marina developer and a former Mrs New Zealand are poised to sell their... Read more
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birminghammail
King Edward VI schools help Birmingham to top spot for quality education combined with affordable homesA study by online estate agent eMoov.co.uk found that the second city has the b
King Edward VI schools help Birmingham to top spot for quality education combined with affordable homes
birminghammail / Posted 6 days ago
A study by online estate agent eMoov.co.uk found that the second city has the best balance of affordable homes with excellent state schools. And it is largely down to the presence of the King Edward VI schools. The study compared the average house... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Negotiator secured release of guard taken hostage in Risdon PrisonPrison Prison hostage situation: Negotiator secured release of guard held by tw
Negotiator secured release of guard taken hostage in Risdon Prison
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
Prison Prison hostage situation: Negotiator secured release of guard held by two armed inmates The head of Tasmania's Prison Service has revealed a negotiator secured the release of a guard held hostage at Hobart's Risdon Prison this morning. Brian... Read more
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Northern Star
Mr ‘fix it’ left a rich legacy behindIN HIS younger days he was known as "a kid who could fix anything" and from tho
Mr ‘fix it’ left a rich legacy behind
Northern Star / Posted 6 days ago
IN HIS younger days he was known as "a kid who could fix anything" and from those humble beginnings Alec Marsh built a landmark Lismore business over more than three decades. The much respected founder of Ongmac Trading will be remembered at a... Read more
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chroniclelive
GCSE Results 2015: County Durham schools share lists of pupils' successesPlease note that we will be updating the list as results come in and there may
GCSE Results 2015: County Durham schools share lists of pupils' successes
chroniclelive / Posted 7 days ago
Please note that we will be updating the list as results come in and there may be more even next week. This list includes Durham Johnston and lists passes at grade C and above only. DURHAM JOHNSTON Agar Nathan 3 Ahmed Zakariyya 10 Allen Keaton... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Calls for recreational gill netting ban in TasmaniaTasmanian environment and fishing groups call for ban on recreational gill nett
Calls for recreational gill netting ban in Tasmania
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
Tasmanian environment and fishing groups call for ban on recreational gill netting Tasmanian environment and fishing groups are calling on the State Government to ban the use of recreational gill nets across the state. Environment Tasmania,... Read more
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Mortgage Introducer
Birmingham has best schools vs. house pricesOther strong schools were in The Blue Coat School in Liverpool (£132,866), Devo
Birmingham has best schools vs. house prices
Mortgage Introducer / Posted 8 days ago
Other strong schools were in The Blue Coat School in Liverpool (£132,866), Devonport High School for Girls in Plymouth (£141,621), Lancaster Girls' Grammar School (£154,706), Lawrence Sheriff School in Rugby (£159,126), The Crossley Heath School in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Mapped: the price of living near the best schoolsKing Edward VI Handsworth School came out top of the table, with 99pc of pupils
Mapped: the price of living near the best schools
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
King Edward VI Handsworth School came out top of the table, with 99pc of pupils achieving A*-C grades at GCSE and an average house price of £107,305. At the grammar school for girls, each GCSE point has an average associated property price of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Mother 'threatened to kill hospital staff' over injured infant's removalMother of fatally injured baby threatened to kill Tasmanian hospital staff, inq
Mother 'threatened to kill hospital staff' over injured infant's removal
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
Mother of fatally injured baby threatened to kill Tasmanian hospital staff, inquest hears The mother of a Tasmanian baby threatened to kill a hospital staff if they removed him from her care, an inquest has been told. Bjay Adam Johnstone died at... Read more
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Independent
King Edward VI Handsworth School in Birmingham offers best 'property price per GCSE point' in the country, says studyThe girls’ grammar school offers the best “property price per GCSE point” in th
King Edward VI Handsworth School in Birmingham offers best 'property price per GCSE point' in the country, says study
Independent / Posted 9 days ago
The girls’ grammar school offers the best “property price per GCSE point” in the country, research by the estate agents emoov.co.uk claims. The average house price in the school’s catchment is just £107,305, with pupils securing an average of GCSE... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Golfers teed off at ball swallowing bogA bog which has formed at the Takapuna Driving Range on Auckland's North Shore
Golfers teed off at ball swallowing bog
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
A bog which has formed at the Takapuna Driving Range on Auckland's North Shore has been swallowing up golf balls. Photo / iStock / Getty Images About 30,000 yellow golf balls have been swallowed by a bog which has formed at the Takapuna Driving... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Fullers crew member falls overboardA Fullers ferry crew member fell overboard at the Devonport terminal this after
Fullers crew member falls overboard
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
A Fullers ferry crew member fell overboard at the Devonport terminal this afternoon. Photo of a Fullers ferry at Devonport / Nick Reed A Fullers ferry crew member fell overboard at the Devonport terminal this afternoon. The man has now been... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Food hygiene shock as nearly 120 outlets deemed in need of ‘urgent’ or ‘major’ improvementsALMOST 120 food outlets in East Lancashire’s have officially been deemed in nee
Food hygiene shock as nearly 120 outlets deemed in need of ‘urgent’ or ‘major’ improvements
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
ALMOST 120 food outlets in East Lancashire’s have officially been deemed in need of ‘urgent’ or ‘major’ hygiene improvements. The fact that so many restaurants, takeaways, cafes and shops come the lowest two of five ratings for a healthy environment... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Transport options across the cityAuckland consistently ranks highly in lists of the world's best cities but is n
Transport options across the city
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
Auckland consistently ranks highly in lists of the world's best cities but is never number one. So what would it take to turn Auckland into a first-class city? This week the Herald continues its 10-day series examining some of the biggest hurdles... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelte
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelter supervisor Claire Cooper and Pets Place assistant manager Lyn Zboril. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. BENDIGO: Cage fighter Richard Ivory is to compete for a professional cage... Read more
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The Courier
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelte
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015
The Courier / Posted 13 days ago
BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelter supervisor Claire Cooper and Pets Place assistant manager Lyn Zboril. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. BENDIGO: Cage fighter Richard Ivory is to compete for a professional cage... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelte
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 days ago
BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelter supervisor Claire Cooper and Pets Place assistant manager Lyn Zboril. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. BENDIGO: Cage fighter Richard Ivory is to compete for a professional cage... Read more
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The Young Witness
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelte
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015
The Young Witness / Posted 13 days ago
BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelter supervisor Claire Cooper and Pets Place assistant manager Lyn Zboril. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. BENDIGO: Cage fighter Richard Ivory is to compete for a professional cage... Read more
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Western Advocate
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelte
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015
Western Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelter supervisor Claire Cooper and Pets Place assistant manager Lyn Zboril. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. BENDIGO: Cage fighter Richard Ivory is to compete for a professional cage... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelte
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015
Kiama Independent / Posted 13 days ago
BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelter supervisor Claire Cooper and Pets Place assistant manager Lyn Zboril. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. BENDIGO: Cage fighter Richard Ivory is to compete for a professional cage... Read more
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Manning River Times
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelte
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015
Manning River Times / Posted 13 days ago
BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelter supervisor Claire Cooper and Pets Place assistant manager Lyn Zboril. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. BENDIGO: Cage fighter Richard Ivory is to compete for a professional cage... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelte
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 13 days ago
BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelter supervisor Claire Cooper and Pets Place assistant manager Lyn Zboril. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. BENDIGO: Cage fighter Richard Ivory is to compete for a professional cage... Read more
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The North West Star
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelte
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015
The North West Star / Posted 13 days ago
BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelter supervisor Claire Cooper and Pets Place assistant manager Lyn Zboril. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. BENDIGO: Cage fighter Richard Ivory is to compete for a professional cage... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelte
The week in pictures | August 15, 2015
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 days ago
BALLARAT: Blossom the staffy tastes a cupcake for RSPCA Cupcake Day with shelter supervisor Claire Cooper and Pets Place assistant manager Lyn Zboril. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. BENDIGO: Cage fighter Richard Ivory is to compete for a professional cage... Read more
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