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The Daily Mercury
German tourists invade the Capricorn CoastSINCE Vicky O'Connor moved from Ireland to the Capricorn Coast, she's fallen in
German tourists invade the Capricorn Coast
The Daily Mercury / Posted 4 hours ago
SINCE Vicky O'Connor moved from Ireland to the Capricorn Coast, she's fallen in love with the "beautiful area" - and it seems many others have too. Data from the International Visitor Survey to the year ending June this year shows an 11% increase in... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
German tourists invade the Capricorn CoastSINCE Vicky O'Connor moved from Ireland to the Capricorn Coast, she's fallen in
German tourists invade the Capricorn Coast
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 4 hours ago
SINCE Vicky O'Connor moved from Ireland to the Capricorn Coast, she's fallen in love with the "beautiful area" - and it seems many others have too. Data from the International Visitor Survey to the year ending June this year shows an 11% increase in... Read more
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News Mail
German tourists invade the Capricorn CoastSINCE Vicky O'Connor moved from Ireland to the Capricorn Coast, she's fallen in
German tourists invade the Capricorn Coast
News Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
SINCE Vicky O'Connor moved from Ireland to the Capricorn Coast, she's fallen in love with the "beautiful area" - and it seems many others have too. Data from the International Visitor Survey to the year ending June this year shows an 11% increase in... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Guilty plea planned in fatal crashSeveral weeks ago, Jennifer Joyce Sloan, 34, of Cresson, through her attorney,
Guilty plea planned in fatal crash
Altoona Mirror / Posted 18 hours ago
Several weeks ago, Jennifer Joyce Sloan, 34, of Cresson, through her attorney, Thomas M. Dickey, filed a petition asking that she be allowed visitation with her son. "I haven't seen my son in a year," Sloan told Judge Elizabeth A. Doyle Tuesday, as... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Guilty plea planned in fatal Dysart crashSeveral weeks ago, Jennifer Joyce Sloan, 34, of Cresson, through her attorney,
Guilty plea planned in fatal Dysart crash
Altoona Mirror / Posted 19 hours ago
Several weeks ago, Jennifer Joyce Sloan, 34, of Cresson, through her attorney, Thomas M. Dickey, filed a petition asking that she be allowed visitation with her son. "I haven't seen my son in a year," Sloan told Judge Elizabeth A. Doyle Tuesday, as... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'No regional Queensland town is safe' if BMA cuts mine jobsBlackwater Mine: More Queensland towns will suffer if BHP Billiton Mitsubishi A
'No regional Queensland town is safe' if BMA cuts mine jobs
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 21 hours ago
Blackwater Mine: More Queensland towns will suffer if BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance cuts jobs, protesters warn Any move by BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) to follow through on planned cut jobs at its Blackwater Mine in central Queensland... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Mirani MP Jim Pearce - mining companies had “lost the plot”HUNDREDS of passionate locals were quick to fill the seats at the Blackwater Ci
Mirani MP Jim Pearce - mining companies had “lost the plot”
The Daily Mercury / Posted 23 hours ago
HUNDREDS of passionate locals were quick to fill the seats at the Blackwater Civic Centre for a CFMEU-convened community meeting last night. With the future of the township at the forefront, residents were vocal about the recent BMA decision to... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Mirani MP Jim Pearce - mining companies had “lost the plot”HUNDREDS of passionate locals were quick to fill the seats at the Blackwater Ci
Mirani MP Jim Pearce - mining companies had “lost the plot”
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 23 hours ago
HUNDREDS of passionate locals were quick to fill the seats at the Blackwater Civic Centre for a CFMEU-convened community meeting last night. With the future of the township at the forefront, residents were vocal about the recent BMA decision to... Read more
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News Mail
Mirani MP Jim Pearce - mining companies had “lost the plot”HUNDREDS of passionate locals were quick to fill the seats at the Blackwater Ci
Mirani MP Jim Pearce - mining companies had “lost the plot”
News Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
HUNDREDS of passionate locals were quick to fill the seats at the Blackwater Civic Centre for a CFMEU-convened community meeting last night. With the future of the township at the forefront, residents were vocal about the recent BMA decision to... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Hundreds of juniors showcase fancy footwork in MoranbahFOOTBALL: Moranbah Hawks Soccer Club played host to more than 280 junior footba
Hundreds of juniors showcase fancy footwork in Moranbah
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
FOOTBALL: Moranbah Hawks Soccer Club played host to more than 280 junior football players from the surrounding district at part of its annual fun day last month. The next generation of footballers showcased some fancy footwork as they took on nine... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Hundreds of juniors showcase fancy footwork in MoranbahFOOTBALL: Moranbah Hawks Soccer Club played host to more than 280 junior footba
Hundreds of juniors showcase fancy footwork in Moranbah
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
FOOTBALL: Moranbah Hawks Soccer Club played host to more than 280 junior football players from the surrounding district at part of its annual fun day last month. The next generation of footballers showcased some fancy footwork as they took on nine... Read more
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CBS Denver
Broncos Notebook: Aug. 31Broncos defensive linemen Antonio Smith and Malik Jackson show why it’s a good
Broncos Notebook: Aug. 31
CBS Denver / Posted 2 days ago
Broncos defensive linemen Antonio Smith and Malik Jackson show why it’s a good idea to keep you helmet on at football practice. While showing Jackson a pass rush move, Smith smacks Jackson in the face. Jackson was okay and the two had a good laugh... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Chopper patrols to check Central QLD electricity networkHELICOPTER patrols will be used in Central Queensland to help Powerlink Queensl
Chopper patrols to check Central QLD electricity network
The Daily Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
HELICOPTER patrols will be used in Central Queensland to help Powerlink Queensland maintain its high-voltage electricity network. Powerlink chief executive Merryn York said patrols in the region took place during April and would resume. "The first... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Chopper patrols to check Central QLD electricity networkHELICOPTER patrols will be used in Central Queensland to help Powerlink Queensl
Chopper patrols to check Central QLD electricity network
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 3 days ago
HELICOPTER patrols will be used in Central Queensland to help Powerlink Queensland maintain its high-voltage electricity network. Powerlink chief executive Merryn York said patrols in the region took place during April and would resume. "The first... Read more
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News Mail
Chopper patrols to check Central QLD electricity networkHELICOPTER patrols will be used in Central Queensland to help Powerlink Queensl
Chopper patrols to check Central QLD electricity network
News Mail / Posted 3 days ago
HELICOPTER patrols will be used in Central Queensland to help Powerlink Queensland maintain its high-voltage electricity network. Powerlink chief executive Merryn York said patrols in the region took place during April and would resume. "The first... Read more
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News Mail
Powerlink Queensland to continue helicopter patrols in CQHelicopter patrols will continue in Central Queensland over coming weeks to hel
Powerlink Queensland to continue helicopter patrols in CQ
News Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Helicopter patrols will continue in Central Queensland over coming weeks to help Powerlink Queensland maintain the reliability and safety of its high voltage electricity network. Powerlink Chief Executive Merryn York said initial patrols in the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Powerlink Queensland to continue helicopter patrols in CQHelicopter patrols will continue in Central Queensland over coming weeks to hel
Powerlink Queensland to continue helicopter patrols in CQ
The Daily Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
Helicopter patrols will continue in Central Queensland over coming weeks to help Powerlink Queensland maintain the reliability and safety of its high voltage electricity network. Powerlink Chief Executive Merryn York said initial patrols in the... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Powerlink Queensland to continue helicopter patrols in CQHelicopter patrols will continue in Central Queensland over coming weeks to hel
Powerlink Queensland to continue helicopter patrols in CQ
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 4 days ago
Helicopter patrols will continue in Central Queensland over coming weeks to help Powerlink Queensland maintain the reliability and safety of its high voltage electricity network. Powerlink Chief Executive Merryn York said initial patrols in the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Man accused of Tim Pullen’s murder denied bailA GROUP of three or four people went to Timothy Pullen's house in mid-2012 with
Man accused of Tim Pullen’s murder denied bail
The Daily Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
A GROUP of three or four people went to Timothy Pullen's house in mid-2012 with the intention of abducting him and handing him over to someone he owed money to. A court has been told details of what allegedly occurred the night Mr Pullen went... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Man accused of Tim Pullen’s murder denied bailA GROUP of three or four people went to Timothy Pullen's house in mid-2012 with
Man accused of Tim Pullen’s murder denied bail
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
A GROUP of three or four people went to Timothy Pullen's house in mid-2012 with the intention of abducting him and handing him over to someone he owed money to. A court has been told details of what allegedly occurred the night Mr Pullen went... Read more
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Queensland Times
Man accused of Tim Pullen’s murder denied bailA GROUP of three or four people went to Timothy Pullen's house in mid-2012 with
Man accused of Tim Pullen’s murder denied bail
Queensland Times / Posted 5 days ago
A GROUP of three or four people went to Timothy Pullen's house in mid-2012 with the intention of abducting him and handing him over to someone he owed money to. A court has been told details of what allegedly occurred the night Mr Pullen went... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Man accused of Tim Pullen’s murder denied bailA GROUP of three or four people went to Timothy Pullen's house in mid-2012 with
Man accused of Tim Pullen’s murder denied bail
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 5 days ago
A GROUP of three or four people went to Timothy Pullen's house in mid-2012 with the intention of abducting him and handing him over to someone he owed money to. A court has been told details of what allegedly occurred the night Mr Pullen went... Read more
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News Mail
Man accused of Tim Pullen’s murder denied bailA GROUP of three or four people went to Timothy Pullen's house in mid-2012 with
Man accused of Tim Pullen’s murder denied bail
News Mail / Posted 5 days ago
A GROUP of three or four people went to Timothy Pullen's house in mid-2012 with the intention of abducting him and handing him over to someone he owed money to. A court has been told details of what allegedly occurred the night Mr Pullen went... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Couple planning to move to Dysart due to cheaper housesTEGAN Bull and Liam Majeski are planning a move to Dysart. It's not that they
Couple planning to move to Dysart due to cheaper houses
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 6 days ago
TEGAN Bull and Liam Majeski are planning a move to Dysart. It's not that they don't like Mackay, they just see more on offer for them out west. Ms Bull lives in her parents' home in Mackay, while the rest of her family and partner are based in... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Dysart offering a real chance to build a lifeHAVE you ever thought of living in Dysart? It could be even more appealing tha
Dysart offering a real chance to build a life
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 6 days ago
HAVE you ever thought of living in Dysart? It could be even more appealing than you ever thought. According to realestate.com.au, house prices in Dysart have dropped a mammoth 82.6% since 2012. Prices peaked in 2012 for Dysart, with the average... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Couple planning to move to Dysart due to cheaper housesTEGAN Bull and Liam Majeski are planning a move to Dysart. It's not that they
Couple planning to move to Dysart due to cheaper houses
The Daily Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
TEGAN Bull and Liam Majeski are planning a move to Dysart. It's not that they don't like Mackay, they just see more on offer for them out west. Ms Bull lives in her parents' home in Mackay, while the rest of her family and partner are based in... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Dysart offering a real chance to build a lifeHAVE you ever thought of living in Dysart? It could be even more appealing tha
Dysart offering a real chance to build a life
The Daily Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
HAVE you ever thought of living in Dysart? It could be even more appealing than you ever thought. According to realestate.com.au, house prices in Dysart have dropped a mammoth 82.6% since 2012. Prices peaked in 2012 for Dysart, with the average... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Mass drug arrests in central QldMORE than 50 people have been arrested on 113 drug charges following a month-lo
Mass drug arrests in central Qld
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
MORE than 50 people have been arrested on 113 drug charges following a month-long operation in central Queensland. POLICE say the charges relate to ice, amphetamines and cannabis and are part of an August operation in the wider Mackay... Read more
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News.com.au
Mass drug arrests in central Qldbreaking news MORE than 50 people have been arrested on 113 drug charges fol
Mass drug arrests in central Qld
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
breaking news MORE than 50 people have been arrested on 113 drug charges following a month-long operation in central Queensland. POLICE say the charges relate to ice, amphetamines and cannabis and are part of an... Read more
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The Fairfield Ledger
Helen Miller Van Tasell, 96, died Friday, Aug. 21, 2015, at her residence at The Cottages in Pella. A
Helen Miller Van Tasell
The Fairfield Ledger / Posted 7 days ago
, 96, died Friday, Aug. 21, 2015, at her residence at The Cottages in Pella. A memorial service will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at United Methodist Church in Dysart. Inurnment will be in Dysart Cemetery. Visitation will be... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
54 people arrested after drug bust Operation TennesseeMACKAY district detectives have arrested 54 people on 113 charges many of which
54 people arrested after drug bust Operation Tennessee
The Daily Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
MACKAY district detectives have arrested 54 people on 113 charges many of which were drug related. Detective Inspector Nikki Colfs said the arrests were the result of 33 warrants being executed across Mackay, Sarina, The Whitsundays, Bowen,... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
54 people arrested after drug bust Operation TennesseeMACKAY district detectives have arrested 54 people on 113 charges many of which
54 people arrested after drug bust Operation Tennessee
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
MACKAY district detectives have arrested 54 people on 113 charges many of which were drug related. Detective Inspector Nikki Colfs said the arrests were the result of 33 warrants being executed across Mackay, Sarina, The Whitsundays, Bowen,... Read more
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Queensland Times
54 people arrested after drug bust Operation TennesseeMACKAY district detectives have arrested 54 people on 113 charges many of which
54 people arrested after drug bust Operation Tennessee
Queensland Times / Posted 7 days ago
MACKAY district detectives have arrested 54 people on 113 charges many of which were drug related. Detective Inspector Nikki Colfs said the arrests were the result of 33 warrants being executed across Mackay, Sarina, The Whitsundays, Bowen,... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
54 people arrested after drug bust Operation TennesseeMACKAY district detectives have arrested 54 people on 113 charges many of which
54 people arrested after drug bust Operation Tennessee
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 7 days ago
MACKAY district detectives have arrested 54 people on 113 charges many of which were drug related. Detective Inspector Nikki Colfs said the arrests were the result of 33 warrants being executed across Mackay, Sarina, The Whitsundays, Bowen,... Read more
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News Mail
54 people arrested after drug bust Operation TennesseeMACKAY district detectives have arrested 54 people on 113 charges many of which
54 people arrested after drug bust Operation Tennessee
News Mail / Posted 7 days ago
MACKAY district detectives have arrested 54 people on 113 charges many of which were drug related. Detective Inspector Nikki Colfs said the arrests were the result of 33 warrants being executed across Mackay, Sarina, The Whitsundays, Bowen,... Read more
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KTEN North Texas & Southeastern Oklahoma
Arizona teacher arrested on suspicion of trafficking drugsEL RENO, Okla. (AP) - Oklahoma deputies have an Arizona teacher in custody on s
Arizona teacher arrested on suspicion of trafficking drugs
KTEN North Texas & Southeastern Oklahoma / Posted 8 days ago
EL RENO, Okla. (AP) - Oklahoma deputies have an Arizona teacher in custody on suspicion of trafficking heroin and cocaine as a summer job. KTVK-TV and KNXV-TV in Phoenix report Canadian County Sheriff's deputies and a drug sniffing dog named Pickles... Read more
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KFDA-TV Amarillo
Arizona teacher arrested on suspicion of trafficking drugsEL RENO, Okla. (AP) - Oklahoma deputies have an Arizona teacher in custody on s
Arizona teacher arrested on suspicion of trafficking drugs
KFDA-TV Amarillo / Posted 8 days ago
EL RENO, Okla. (AP) - Oklahoma deputies have an Arizona teacher in custody on suspicion of trafficking heroin and cocaine as a summer job. KTVK-TV and KNXV-TV in Phoenix report Canadian County Sheriff's deputies and a drug sniffing dog named Pickles... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
Arizona teacher arrested on suspicion of trafficking drugsEL RENO, Okla. (AP) - Oklahoma deputies have an Arizona teacher in custody on s
Arizona teacher arrested on suspicion of trafficking drugs
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted 8 days ago
EL RENO, Okla. (AP) - Oklahoma deputies have an Arizona teacher in custody on suspicion of trafficking heroin and cocaine as a summer job. KTVK-TV and KNXV-TV in Phoenix report Canadian County Sheriff's deputies and a drug sniffing dog named Pickles... Read more
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FOX 11 Tucson
Arizona teacher arrested on suspicion of trafficking drugsEL RENO, Okla. (AP) - Oklahoma deputies have an Arizona teacher in custody on s
Arizona teacher arrested on suspicion of trafficking drugs
FOX 11 Tucson / Posted 8 days ago
EL RENO, Okla. (AP) - Oklahoma deputies have an Arizona teacher in custody on suspicion of trafficking heroin and cocaine as a summer job. KTVK-TV and KNXV-TV in Phoenix report Canadian County Sheriff's deputies and a drug sniffing dog named Pickles... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Valley school teacher accused of trafficking cocaine, heroinEl Reno, OK -- A Valley school teacher was arrested on Saturday in Oklahoma aft
Valley school teacher accused of trafficking cocaine, heroin
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 8 days ago
El Reno, OK -- A Valley school teacher was arrested on Saturday in Oklahoma after 15 pounds of cocaine and 1.2 pounds of black-tar heroin was found in the trunk of the 2000 Mercedes Benz he was driving, according to Chris West with the Canadian... Read more
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CBS 5 Phoenix
Valley school teacher accused of trafficking cocaine, heroinEL RENO, OKLAHOMA (KPHO/KTVK) - A Valley school teacher was arrested on Saturda
Valley school teacher accused of trafficking cocaine, heroin
CBS 5 Phoenix / Posted 8 days ago
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA (KPHO/KTVK) - A Valley school teacher was arrested on Saturday in Oklahoma after 15 pounds of cocaine and 1.2 pounds of black-tar heroin was found in the trunk of the 2000 Mercedes Benz he was driving, according to Chris West with... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Feds: Palo Verde Nuclear Plant Running SafelyFederal inspectors will host an open house Tuesday in Avondale to discuss the P
Feds: Palo Verde Nuclear Plant Running Safely
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 9 days ago
Federal inspectors will host an open house Tuesday in Avondale to discuss the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station’s annual safety review. Nuclear safety officials said the facility, operated by the Arizona Public Service Company, is running safely... Read more
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Marshalltown Times-Republican
Speedway ReportFriday's Results Rumours Sports Bar & Grill IMCA Late Models Feature: 1. 19G
Speedway Report
Marshalltown Times-Republican / Posted 10 days ago
Friday's Results Rumours Sports Bar & Grill IMCA Late Models Feature: 1. 19G Richie Gustin Jr (Gilman); 2. 30 Todd Cooney (Des Moines); 3. 99D Darrel DeFrance (Marshalltown); 4. 76 Jason Hahne (Webster City); 5. 32X Chris Snyder (Raymond); 6. CZ8... Read more
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Perth Now
The making of a ghost townOF ALL the miseries that residents in the Northern Territory town of Nhulunbuy
The making of a ghost town
Perth Now / Posted 11 days ago
OF ALL the miseries that residents in the Northern Territory town of Nhulunbuy have dealt with since the mining downturn, floods during the dry season is not one they expected. The remote mining town in East Arnhem Land saw its population plummet... Read more
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Herald Sun
The making of a ghost townOF ALL the miseries that residents in the Northern Territory town of Nhulunbuy
The making of a ghost town
Herald Sun / Posted 11 days ago
OF ALL the miseries that residents in the Northern Territory town of Nhulunbuy have dealt with since the mining downturn, floods during the dry season is not one they expected. The remote mining town in East Arnhem Land saw its population plummet... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The making of a ghost townOF ALL the miseries that residents in the Northern Territory town of Nhulunbuy
The making of a ghost town
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 days ago
OF ALL the miseries that residents in the Northern Territory town of Nhulunbuy have dealt with since the mining downturn, floods during the dry season is not one they expected. The remote mining town in East Arnhem Land saw its population plummet... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Man to appear in court on stealing chargeA 37-YEAR-OLD man is expect to appear at Mackay Magistrates Court after an inci
Man to appear in court on stealing charge
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 12 days ago
A 37-YEAR-OLD man is expect to appear at Mackay Magistrates Court after an incident at Dysart venue. About 3.30pm on yesterday Dysart police were contacted by staff at a licensed venue. It's alleged that the site manager disturbed a male at an... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Man to appear in court on stealing chargeA 37-YEAR-OLD man is expect to appear at Mackay Magistrates Court after inciden
Man to appear in court on stealing charge
The Daily Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
A 37-YEAR-OLD man is expect to appear at Mackay Magistrates Court after incident at Dysart venue. About 3.30pm on yesterday Dysart police were contacted by staff at a licensed venue. It's alleged that the site manager disturbed a male at an... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Rocky to suffer under Australia Post reforms, says unionCONCERNS have been raised over new federal government plans for Australia Post,
Rocky to suffer under Australia Post reforms, says union
The Daily Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
CONCERNS have been raised over new federal government plans for Australia Post, with claims Rockhampton residents will face skyrocketing stamp prices and a postage service that takes up to a week to deliver a letter to its destination. The Federal... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Rocky to suffer under Australia Post reforms, says unionCONCERNS have been raised over new federal government plans for Australia Post,
Rocky to suffer under Australia Post reforms, says union
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 13 days ago
CONCERNS have been raised over new federal government plans for Australia Post, with claims Rockhampton residents will face skyrocketing stamp prices and a postage service that takes up to a week to deliver a letter to its destination. The Federal... Read more
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