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Goondiwindi Argus
The week in pictures: June 27, 2015NOWRA: Norm Phillis from Nowra Men’s shed encourages the community to make use
The week in pictures: June 27, 2015
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
NOWRA: Norm Phillis from Nowra Men’s shed encourages the community to make use of the town’s Little Free Library. MANDURAH: Forensic police on the hunt for clues following the suspicious death of a Mandurah man on the weekend. Photo: Kate Hedley... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Devonport teenager makes modelling finalsBRIT Lunson is taking the modelling world by storm. AN ALL-ROUND AUSTRALIAN GI
Devonport teenager makes modelling finals
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
BRIT Lunson is taking the modelling world by storm. AN ALL-ROUND AUSTRALIAN GIRL: Fourteen-year-old Brit Lunson, of Devonport, is a finalist in the Australian Supermodel of the Year competition. BRIT Lunson is taking the modelling world by... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Devonport teenager makes modelling finalsBRIT Lunson is taking the modelling world by storm. AN ALL-ROUND AUSTRALIAN GI
Devonport teenager makes modelling finals
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
BRIT Lunson is taking the modelling world by storm. AN ALL-ROUND AUSTRALIAN GIRL: Fourteen-year-old Brit Lunson, of Devonport, is a finalist in the Australian Supermodel of the Year competition. BRIT Lunson is taking the modelling world by... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Devonport teenager makes modelling finalsBRIT Lunson is taking the modelling world by storm. AN ALL-ROUND AUSTRALIAN GI
Devonport teenager makes modelling finals
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
BRIT Lunson is taking the modelling world by storm. AN ALL-ROUND AUSTRALIAN GIRL: Fourteen-year-old Brit Lunson, of Devonport, is a finalist in the Australian Supermodel of the Year competition. BRIT Lunson is taking the modelling world by... Read more
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The Young Witness
Devonport teenager makes modelling finalsBRIT Lunson is taking the modelling world by storm. AN ALL-ROUND AUSTRALIAN GI
Devonport teenager makes modelling finals
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
BRIT Lunson is taking the modelling world by storm. AN ALL-ROUND AUSTRALIAN GIRL: Fourteen-year-old Brit Lunson, of Devonport, is a finalist in the Australian Supermodel of the Year competition. BRIT Lunson is taking the modelling world by... Read more
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Western Advocate
Devonport teenager makes modelling finalsBRIT Lunson is taking the modelling world by storm. AN ALL-ROUND AUSTRALIAN GI
Devonport teenager makes modelling finals
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
BRIT Lunson is taking the modelling world by storm. AN ALL-ROUND AUSTRALIAN GIRL: Fourteen-year-old Brit Lunson, of Devonport, is a finalist in the Australian Supermodel of the Year competition. BRIT Lunson is taking the modelling world by... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Teenager in hospital after falling off cliff in AucklandThe accident happened at Stanley Point in Devonport last night. Photo / File A
Teenager in hospital after falling off cliff in Auckland
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
The accident happened at Stanley Point in Devonport last night. Photo / File A teenager is in hospital with critical head injuries, after falling off a cliff on Auckland's North Shore. The accident happened at Stanley Point in Devonport last... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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The Young Witness
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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Western Advocate
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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Manning River Times
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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The North West Star
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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WA Today
Unlucky Tasmanian Derby result for Robert SmerdonDerby setback: Trainer Robert Smerdon's bid to have Spirited Character reinstat
Unlucky Tasmanian Derby result for Robert Smerdon
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
Derby setback: Trainer Robert Smerdon's bid to have Spirited Character reinstated in the Tasmanian Derby was rejected. Photo: Damian White Leading Caulfield trainer Robert Smerdon has had a last-minute request to have one of his team reinstated into... Read more
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The Register
App for homeless says walking on water is the way to reach servicesAn app for homeless people hailed by Australian prime minster Malcolm Turnbull
App for homeless says walking on water is the way to reach services
The Register / Posted 4 days ago
An app for homeless people hailed by Australian prime minster Malcolm Turnbull as an example of technology done right asks users to walk across several hundred kilometres of water to find services. Turnbull launched the "AskIzzy" app last week and... Read more
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The Age
Unlucky Tasmanian Derby result for Robert SmerdonDerby setback: Trainer Robert Smerdon's bid to have Spirited Character reinstat
Unlucky Tasmanian Derby result for Robert Smerdon
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
Derby setback: Trainer Robert Smerdon's bid to have Spirited Character reinstated in the Tasmanian Derby was rejected. Photo: Damian White Leading Caulfield trainer Robert Smerdon has had a last-minute request to have one of his team reinstated into... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Local hoteliers ranked top in the countryTheresa and Mick O'Mahoney, owners of the Mokoia Downs B&B, which came second i
Local hoteliers ranked top in the country
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Theresa and Mick O'Mahoney, owners of the Mokoia Downs B&B, which came second in the awards. Internet travel site TripAdvisor has awarded high rankings to Rotorua hospitality providers Mokoia Downs Estate bed and breakfast and apartment hotel Quest... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Navy formation entry into harbour part of celebrationsThursday, 4 February 2016, 11:00 amPress Release: Royal New Zealand NavyNavy fo
Navy formation entry into harbour part of celebrations
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
Thursday, 4 February 2016, 11:00 amPress Release: Royal New Zealand NavyNavy formation entry into harbour part of 75th Anniversary celebrationsAs part of the Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) 75th... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Writing record a labour of loveDISASTER: A shot of Napier City following the 1931 earthquake. PHOTO/File. For
Writing record a labour of love
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
DISASTER: A shot of Napier City following the 1931 earthquake. PHOTO/File. For the researchers who embarked on the major task of compiling a fully comprehensive list of all those who perished in the 1931 Hawke's Bay earthquake it was something that... Read more
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The Courier
Marr on Ballarat Gift back markKHAN Marr has the backmark for the weekend’s $12,500 Ballarat Gift. KHAN Marr
Marr on Ballarat Gift back mark
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
KHAN Marr has the backmark for the weekend’s $12,500 Ballarat Gift. KHAN Marr has the backmark for the weekend’s $12,500 Ballarat Gift. Marr will run from 3.25m in the 120-metre Gift at the Eastern Oval. TRIUMPHANT: Nathan Riali runs to victory in... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Vector Network NewsTuesday, 2 February 2016, 9:49 amPress Release: VectorVery hot and humid weathe
Vector Network News
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 6 days ago
Tuesday, 2 February 2016, 9:49 amPress Release: VectorVery hot and humid weather during the week meant heat pumps were turned to cooling mode all over the region driving up electricity demand.On Wednesday last... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Dare to Explore: Kids flock to summer readingAuckland Libraries help pupils keep up over big break. Krish Mani, 7, is almos
Dare to Explore: Kids flock to summer reading
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Auckland Libraries help pupils keep up over big break. Krish Mani, 7, is almost ready to move on to chapter books, his mother says. Photo / Brett Phibbs A summer reading programme run by Auckland Libraries has helped more than 12,000 children keep... Read more
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express
Royal Navy rescues 2,500 refugees from drowning during 'quiet months' of migrant crisis EXCLUSIVE: THE Royal Navy has saved thousands of migrants from drowning off t
Royal Navy rescues 2,500 refugees from drowning during 'quiet months' of migrant crisis
express / Posted 6 days ago
EXCLUSIVE: THE Royal Navy has saved thousands of migrants from drowning off the coast of Europe since September, it has been disclosed. HMS Enterprise has been... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
Caveman FootballWhat's being said in the forum now? That was a game of football but not as we
Caveman Football
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 8 days ago
What's being said in the forum now? That was a game of football but not as we know it! Wycombe's 1-0 win against Argyle at Home Park on Saturday showed just what is wrong with a 'win at all costs' style of football in the modern game. Led by their... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
The Opposition View - Plymouth ArgyleWhat's being said in the forum now? Following yesterday`s 1-0 win at high-flyi
The Opposition View - Plymouth Argyle
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 8 days ago
What's being said in the forum now? Following yesterday`s 1-0 win at high-flying Plymouth, here are some views on the game from Argyle manager Derek Adams and a selection of their fans."We lost a goal very early in the game, and when you do that,... Read more
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NZCity
Potter and rail buff Brickell diesBarry Brickell, a potter, artist, conservationist and railway enthusiast has di
Potter and rail buff Brickell dies
NZCity / Posted 9 days ago
Barry Brickell, a potter, artist, conservationist and railway enthusiast has died, aged 80. Writer Hamish Keith has tweeted Brickell died peacefully on Saturday among friends and family and will be buried on "the mountain he rescued from... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tauranga hotel named bestOwner of Devonport Towers, Paul Bowker. Photo/file What do you look for most w
Tauranga hotel named best
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Owner of Devonport Towers, Paul Bowker. Photo/file What do you look for most when booking accommodation? Hotel on Devonport has been named the top hotel in New Zealand for 2016. This is the first time a Tauranga hotel has won the hotel category of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Diana Clement: P2P websites help us all to earn our cut from the sharing economyAre you earning your share from the sharing economy? Thanks to websites such a
Diana Clement: P2P websites help us all to earn our cut from the sharing economy
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Are you earning your share from the sharing economy? Thanks to websites such as Uber, Airbnb, Tutorly and YourDrive.co.nz, many Kiwis are making relatively easy money from their biggest assets: their houses, cars, education and more. "What's that... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Restaurant and event business within Devonport landmarkMcHugh's of Cheltenham restaurant and function business has an idyllic waterfro
Restaurant and event business within Devonport landmark
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
McHugh's of Cheltenham restaurant and function business has an idyllic waterfront location at Devonport's Cheltenham Beach. A restaurant and function business that has been operating successfully for over thirty years within a leased historic... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Clergy member cultivated 'father-figure relationship' before abuseChild sex abuse royal commission: Convicted paedophiles to give evidence at chu
Clergy member cultivated 'father-figure relationship' before abuse
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
Child sex abuse royal commission: Convicted paedophiles to give evidence at church youth group hearings in Tasmania A Tasmanian sexual abuse survivor who started a victims advocacy group said a member of the clergy took a special interest in him and... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Nation prepares for chaotic weekend weatherSoutheastern Australia is in the grips of a major storm event with Tasmania and
Nation prepares for chaotic weekend weather
Sky News Australia / Posted 10 days ago
Southeastern Australia is in the grips of a major storm event with Tasmania and Victoria having already seen torrential rain overnight while storms, potentially even extremely dangerous supercell thunderstorms, are possible today in NSW and... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Flooding closes streetsUPDATE 7am: MORE thunderstorms could lead to more flash flooding, the bureau ha
Flooding closes streets
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 days ago
UPDATE 7am: MORE thunderstorms could lead to more flash flooding, the bureau has warned. UPDATE 7am: NORTHERN residents have awoken to flooding on Friday morning. The overnight downpour also saw a landslide on the Southern Outlet, South Launceston,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Flooding closes streetsUPDATE 7am: NORTHERN residents have awoken to flooding and road closures on Fri
Flooding closes streets
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 days ago
UPDATE 7am: NORTHERN residents have awoken to flooding and road closures on Friday morning. UPDATE 7am: NORTHERN residents have awoken to flooding and road closures on Friday morning. The overnight downpour also saw a landslide on the Southern... Read more
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The Young Witness
Flooding closes streetsUPDATE 7am: NORTHERN residents have awoken to flooding and road closures on Fri
Flooding closes streets
The Young Witness / Posted 10 days ago
UPDATE 7am: NORTHERN residents have awoken to flooding and road closures on Friday morning. UPDATE 7am: NORTHERN residents have awoken to flooding and road closures on Friday morning. The overnight downpour also saw a landslide on the Southern... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
SES responds to flash flooding in Tasmania's north-eastTasmania weather: Flash flooding prompts calls for help in north-east communiti
SES responds to flash flooding in Tasmania's north-east
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
Tasmania weather: Flash flooding prompts calls for help in north-east communities Photo: People wait out the flash flood at a supermarket in Ulverstone as the weather bureau forecasts more heavy rain over the next few days. (Facebook: NW Tas Storm... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Heavy rain closes roads in Tasmania, more forecast in flash flooding zonesMore rain expected in Tasmanian flash flooding zones, bureau says Photo: Flash
Heavy rain closes roads in Tasmania, more forecast in flash flooding zones
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
More rain expected in Tasmanian flash flooding zones, bureau says Photo: Flash flooding inundated a north-west car park on Thursday but the north-east is now expected take the brunt of heavy rain. (Facebook) Wild weather has battered parts of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Flooding closes streetsFLASH flooding forced the closure of a raft of roads, parts of highways and cit
Flooding closes streets
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
FLASH flooding forced the closure of a raft of roads, parts of highways and city streets in Northern Tasmania on Thursday evening, with severe thunderstorms then rolling south towards Hobart. FLASH flooding forced the closure of a raft of roads,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Boys' club a 'sitting duck' for paedophiles:priestBoys' club 'a sitting duck' for child sexual abuse, Anglican ex-priest and paed
Boys' club a 'sitting duck' for paedophiles:priest
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
Boys' club 'a sitting duck' for child sexual abuse, Anglican ex-priest and paedophile says A disgraced former Anglican priest has told a child sexual abuse inquiry in Hobart that a poorly managed boys' club is a "sitting duck" for paedophiles, and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Paedophile 'suspected' activities of other child sex abusersFormer Anglican priest and paedophile 'suspected' other child sex abusers, Hoba
Paedophile 'suspected' activities of other child sex abusers
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
Former Anglican priest and paedophile 'suspected' other child sex abusers, Hobart inquiry hears Tasmanian paedophile Louis Daniels, a former Anglican priest, has said he recognised the characteristics of people like himself and suspected the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Take your time this long weekendCamp Waipu Cove in Northland is a great place to take the kids this weekend. Ph
Take your time this long weekend
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
Camp Waipu Cove in Northland is a great place to take the kids this weekend. Photo / Supplied Now that we're all back at work, the Christmas holidays seem like a distant memory - but luckily for Aucklanders, there are two long weekends to look... Read more
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News.com.au
Australia’s next hot destination is...Wagga Wagga has snuck into the ranks of the top 10 trending Aussie destinations
Australia’s next hot destination is...
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
Wagga Wagga has snuck into the ranks of the top 10 trending Aussie destinations. Picture: Tourism NSW THE New South Wales regional city of Wagga Wagga features alongside ever-popular tourist destinations like Uluru and Hayman Island in a list of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
$6.8 million Lotto ticket remains unclaimedLast Saturday's winning ticket was sold at Take Note Ohakune. Photo / George No
$6.8 million Lotto ticket remains unclaimed
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
Last Saturday's winning ticket was sold at Take Note Ohakune. Photo / George Novak Two lucky Lotto tickets have scooped $500,000 each in tonight's draw but the Powerball jackpot has rolled over to the weekend. Two ticket holders -- from Auckland's... Read more
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Perth Now
Fremantle tops Aussie travel listFlight Centre puts the increasing popularity of Fremantle down to the rise of t
Fremantle tops Aussie travel list
Perth Now / Posted 12 days ago
Flight Centre puts the increasing popularity of Fremantle down to the rise of the cruise industry. Picture: File image FREMANTLE has topped a list of this year’s top trending Australian destinations for Aussie travellers. Flight Centre puts the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Queensland’s surprising tourism hot spotThe memorial statue on Bourbong Street, Bundaberg. Picture: News Limited BUNDA
Queensland’s surprising tourism hot spot
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
The memorial statue on Bourbong Street, Bundaberg. Picture: News Limited BUNDABERG has emerged as one of the nation’s biggest tourism drawcards, with a new traveller analysis finding more Aussie tourists are flocking there than ever before. The... Read more
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Perth Now
Australia’s next hot destination is...Wagga Wagga has snuck into the ranks of the top 10 trending Aussie destinations
Australia’s next hot destination is...
Perth Now / Posted 12 days ago
Wagga Wagga has snuck into the ranks of the top 10 trending Aussie destinations. Picture: Tourism NSW THE New South Wales regional city of Wagga Wagga features alongside ever-popular tourist destinations like Uluru and Hayman Island in a list of... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Australia’s next hot destination is...Wagga Wagga has snuck into the ranks of the top 10 trending Aussie destinations
Australia’s next hot destination is...
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 days ago
Wagga Wagga has snuck into the ranks of the top 10 trending Aussie destinations. Picture: Tourism NSW THE New South Wales regional city of Wagga Wagga features alongside ever-popular tourist destinations like Uluru and Hayman Island in a list of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Australia’s next hot destination is...Whitsundays, Uluru, Devonport and Wagga Wagga named among Australia’s top trend
Australia’s next hot destination is...
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
Whitsundays, Uluru, Devonport and Wagga Wagga named among Australia’s top trending destinations | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Wagga Wagga has snuck into... Read more
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