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The Seattle Times
Finding fossils, on your own dig (or in a monument or museum)REPUBLIC, Ferry County — I’m on the hunt for prehistoric treasure. With my ham
Finding fossils, on your own dig (or in a monument or museum)
The Seattle Times / Posted 2 hours ago
REPUBLIC, Ferry County — I’m on the hunt for prehistoric treasure. With my hammer and chisel, I’m skirting an eroded hillside in Eastern Washington. The riches I’m after are the plants and animals that once lived here 50 million years ago. With a... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
What’s Happening on Shelter Islanda Works in Progress concert will be held at the PMP Performance Tent. Students
What’s Happening on Shelter Island
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 4 hours ago
a Works in Progress concert will be held at the PMP Performance Tent. Students of the Perlman Music Program Summer Music School will present varied programs of classical masterworks. The concert is free and open to the public.PMP is located at 73... Read more
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The Burton View
GOLF OUTINGS | June 30, 2016Sullivan family, whose son John was struck by lightning 31 years ago while play
GOLF OUTINGS | June 30, 2016
The Burton View / Posted 18 hours ago
Sullivan family, whose son John was struck by lightning 31 years ago while playing Forest Akers in a junior invitational high school event which left John paralyzed from the neck down. Cost is $400 per team, which includes golf, cart, lunch and... Read more
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Swartz Creek View
GOLF OUTINGS | June 30, 2016Sullivan family, whose son John was struck by lightning 31 years ago while play
GOLF OUTINGS | June 30, 2016
Swartz Creek View / Posted 18 hours ago
Sullivan family, whose son John was struck by lightning 31 years ago while playing Forest Akers in a junior invitational high school event which left John paralyzed from the neck down. Cost is $400 per team, which includes golf, cart, lunch and... Read more
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Flint Township View
GOLF OUTINGS | June 30, 2016Sullivan family, whose son John was struck by lightning 31 years ago while play
GOLF OUTINGS | June 30, 2016
Flint Township View / Posted 19 hours ago
Sullivan family, whose son John was struck by lightning 31 years ago while playing Forest Akers in a junior invitational high school event which left John paralyzed from the neck down. Cost is $400 per team, which includes golf, cart, lunch and... Read more
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Evening Standard
Salt Yard chef supports high school garden on display at Hampton CourtYou might not realise it, but Hampton Court, a Shepherd’s Bush high school and
Salt Yard chef supports high school garden on display at Hampton Court
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
You might not realise it, but Hampton Court, a Shepherd’s Bush high school and the Salt Yard group of restaurants all have something in common — veg. For 10 years, Salt Yard Group executive chef Ben Tish has been supporting Phoenix High School’s... Read more
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GoPSUsports.com
GOPSUSPORTS.com Men's Soccer Signs Six for 2016 Campaign :::: Men's Soccerfinishing off his senior campaign as a state champion, De La Camara garnered Mr
GOPSUSPORTS.com Men's Soccer Signs Six for 2016 Campaign :::: Men's Soccer
GoPSUsports.com / Posted yesterday
finishing off his senior campaign as a state champion, De La Camara garnered Mr. Soccer of Florida honors and ended his high school career as the second-highest scorer in Florida history with 100 goals. The Miami, Fla. native spent eight seasons... Read more
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WBGO-FM Newark
Conversations with Allan WolperCity. Lucero, executive director of Masa-MexEd, says the youngsters live with t
Conversations with Allan Wolper
WBGO-FM Newark / Posted 2 days ago
City. Lucero, executive director of Masa-MexEd, says the youngsters live with the constant fear they will be pulled out of school and deported back to Mexico with their parents. She encourages the Mexican community to make their voices heard in... Read more
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The Jewish Week
Jewish Culture’s Summer AddressFrom third graders just dipping their toes into away-from-home camping to high
Jewish Culture’s Summer Address
The Jewish Week / Posted 2 days ago
From third graders just dipping their toes into away-from-home camping to high school students and counselors fielding Color War, Ramah campers are among the youngest to participate in a storied tradition — a summer immersed in Jewish culture,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Former model who counts Prince Andrew as her friends claims she needs $350m divorce payout from Saudi billionaire to keep up with society lifestyleA former model who claims Prince Andrew and European and Middle Eastern royalty
Former model who counts Prince Andrew as her friends claims she needs $350m divorce payout from Saudi billionaire to keep up with society lifestyle
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
A former model who claims Prince Andrew and European and Middle Eastern royalty among her social circle has told a court she needs a £196 million ($352 million) divorce payout from her Saudi ex-husband to keep up her "ultra-wealthy"... Read more
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WA Today
Former model who counts Prince Andrew as her friends claims she needs $350m divorce payout from Saudi billionaire to keep up with society lifestyleA former model who claims Prince Andrew and European and Middle Eastern royalty
Former model who counts Prince Andrew as her friends claims she needs $350m divorce payout from Saudi billionaire to keep up with society lifestyle
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
A former model who claims Prince Andrew and European and Middle Eastern royalty among her social circle has told a court she needs a £196 million ($352 million) divorce payout from her Saudi ex-husband to keep up her "ultra-wealthy"... Read more
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The Age
Former model who counts Prince Andrew as her friends claims she needs $350m divorce payout from Saudi billionaire to keep up with society lifestyleHotel on April 24, 2012 in New York City. Photo: Getty A former model who clai
Former model who counts Prince Andrew as her friends claims she needs $350m divorce payout from Saudi billionaire to keep up with society lifestyle
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Hotel on April 24, 2012 in New York City. Photo: Getty A former model who claims Prince Andrew and European and Middle Eastern royalty among her social circle has told a court she needs a £196 million ($352 million) divorce payout from her... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Former model who counts Prince Andrew as her friends claims she needs $350m divorce payout from Saudi billionaire to keep up with society lifestyleHotel on April 24, 2012 in New York City. Photo: Getty A former model who clai
Former model who counts Prince Andrew as her friends claims she needs $350m divorce payout from Saudi billionaire to keep up with society lifestyle
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Hotel on April 24, 2012 in New York City. Photo: Getty A former model who claims Prince Andrew and European and Middle Eastern royalty among her social circle has told a court she needs a £196 million ($352 million) divorce payout from her... Read more
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Canberra Times
Former model who counts Prince Andrew as her friends claims she needs $350m divorce payout from Saudi billionaire to keep up with society lifestyleA former model who claims Prince Andrew and European and Middle Eastern royalty
Former model who counts Prince Andrew as her friends claims she needs $350m divorce payout from Saudi billionaire to keep up with society lifestyle
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
A former model who claims Prince Andrew and European and Middle Eastern royalty among her social circle has told a court she needs a £196 million ($352 million) divorce payout from her Saudi ex-husband to keep up her "ultra-wealthy"... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Haunting photos capture 'apartheid-like' struggle of stateless Rohingyaone of the camps for internally displaced persons. Rohingya feel an entire gene
Haunting photos capture 'apartheid-like' struggle of stateless Rohingya
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
one of the camps for internally displaced persons. Rohingya feel an entire generation of children will not have access to schools and an education.(Supplied: Greg Constantine) "Even a bird has rights. A bird can build a nest, give birth, bring... Read more
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KECI Missoula
June 25look at the presidency of George W. Bush, the War on Terror, and its coverage i
June 25
KECI Missoula / Posted 4 days ago
look at the presidency of George W. Bush, the War on Terror, and its coverage in the news media. The film became the highest grossing documentary of all time, grossing more than $222 million total worldwide. 1998: In Clinton v. City of New... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
In Waukesha diversion, who will ensure water returned is clean?if some, and how much, contaminated water is passing through? I’m sorry, Waukes
In Waukesha diversion, who will ensure water returned is clean?
Detroit Free Press / Posted 4 days ago
if some, and how much, contaminated water is passing through? I’m sorry, Waukesha, but we’ve seen too many glitches in high places (Flint, fair comparison or not), and I, for one, am not comfortable with these governors’ approval to... Read more
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The Davison Index
GOLF OUTINGS | June 23, 2016Sullivan family, whose son John was struck by lightning 31 years ago while play
GOLF OUTINGS | June 23, 2016
The Davison Index / Posted 7 days ago
Sullivan family, whose son John was struck by lightning 31 years ago while playing Forest Akers in a junior invitational high school event which left John paralyzed from the neck down. Cost is $400 per team, which includes golf, cart, lunch and... Read more
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Flint Township View
Golf Outings | June 23, 2016Sullivan family, whose son John was struck by lightning 31 years ago while play
Golf Outings | June 23, 2016
Flint Township View / Posted 7 days ago
Sullivan family, whose son John was struck by lightning 31 years ago while playing Forest Akers in a junior invitational high school event which left John paralyzed from the neck down. Cost is $400 per team, which includes golf, cart, lunch and... Read more
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Spencer Daily Reporter
'Everything I've experienced growing up in Spencer has lead me to this moment.'in Spencer to parents Mark and Brenda Olson, the family lived in Spencer until
'Everything I've experienced growing up in Spencer has lead me to this moment.'
Spencer Daily Reporter / Posted 7 days ago
in Spencer to parents Mark and Brenda Olson, the family lived in Spencer until she was 2 years old before moving to eastern Iowa for four years. The family would return to Spencer in 1999 as Olson was beginning first grade. She would remain... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Playing to win with max effort paid off for P.J. BrownSatiurday when he is inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in Natchit
Playing to win with max effort paid off for P.J. Brown
The Daily Comet / Posted 8 days ago
Satiurday when he is inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in Natchitoches. only 33 miles from his hometown. His high school (Winnfield) and college career (Louisiana Tech) was in north Louisiana. His professional and overall playing... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Playing to win with max effort paid off for P.J. BrownSatiurday when he is inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in Natchit
Playing to win with max effort paid off for P.J. Brown
The Houma Courier / Posted 8 days ago
Satiurday when he is inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in Natchitoches. only 33 miles from his hometown. His high school (Winnfield) and college career (Louisiana Tech) was in north Louisiana. His professional and overall playing... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Lost in France: the Britons facing Brexit limboEymet is not in south-west England but in south-west France, in the Dordogne, a
Lost in France: the Britons facing Brexit limbo
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 8 days ago
Eymet is not in south-west England but in south-west France, in the Dordogne, an area to which Francophile Brits – drawn by hills that feel like home, sunshine that doesn’t, and a rumour that with a following wind you might still be able to get... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Former McAdoo standout Fidishun will enter Halland raised during the Great Depression, 2016 Hazleton Area Sports Hall of Fame
Former McAdoo standout Fidishun will enter Hall
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 8 days ago
and raised during the Great Depression, 2016 Hazleton Area Sports Hall of Fame inductee John Fidishun attended school in McAdoo. During his freshman year at McAdoo High School, he began playing organized sports: football in the fall,... Read more
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The Jewish Week
Jewish Culture’s Summer AddressFrom third graders just dipping their toes into away-from-home camping to high
Jewish Culture’s Summer Address
The Jewish Week / Posted 9 days ago
From third graders just dipping their toes into away-from-home camping to high school students and counselors fielding Color War, Ramah campers are among the youngest to participate in a storied tradition — a summer immersed in Jewish culture,... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Celebrities' hidden talentsPaul McCartney, painting Before he became a Beatle, McCartney was known for his
Celebrities' hidden talents
KECI Missoula / Posted 9 days ago
Paul McCartney, painting Before he became a Beatle, McCartney was known for his visual work as an art school student in the 1950s. He ended up taking up painting as a side creative outlet in 1983, first exhibiting some of his work in Germany in 1999.... Read more
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Daily Liberal
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in public school enrolments, to build 1100 more classrooms over the... Read more
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The Border Mail
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in public school enrolments, to build 1100 more classrooms over the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in public school enrolments, to build 1100 more classrooms over the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in public school enrolments, to build 1100 more classrooms over the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in public school enrolments, to build 1100 more classrooms over the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. NSW budget 2016: Where will the money go? THE WINNERS Schools: A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in... Read more
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The Young Witness
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Young Witness / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in public school enrolments, to build 1100 more classrooms over the... Read more
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The Young Witness
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Young Witness / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. NSW budget 2016: Where will the money go? THE WINNERS Schools: A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in... Read more
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Western Advocate
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in public school enrolments, to build 1100 more classrooms over the... Read more
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Western Advocate
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. NSW budget 2016: Where will the money go? THE WINNERS Schools: A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in... Read more
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Kiama Independent
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Kiama Independent / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. NSW budget 2016: Where will the money go? THE WINNERS Schools: A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in... Read more
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Manning River Times
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Manning River Times / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. NSW budget 2016: Where will the money go? THE WINNERS Schools: A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. NSW budget 2016: Where will the money go? THE WINNERS Schools: A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in... Read more
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Boston Globe
The best of Cape Cod and Island restaurantswooden booths, the Bee-Hive Tavern looks as if it has offered roadside sustenan
The best of Cape Cod and Island restaurants
Boston Globe / Posted 9 days ago
wooden booths, the Bee-Hive Tavern looks as if it has offered roadside sustenance since Route 6A was officially the King’s Highway. Dinner specials include roast duck and a clever surf-and-turf of beef tenderloin and lobster pie. Frugal diners will... Read more
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The North West Star
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The North West Star / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. NSW budget 2016: Where will the money go? THE WINNERS Schools: A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in... Read more
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Daily Liberal
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. NSW budget 2016: Where will the money go? THE WINNERS Schools: A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in... Read more
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The Border Mail
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. NSW budget 2016: Where will the money go? THE WINNERS Schools: A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. NSW budget 2016: Where will the money go? THE WINNERS Schools: A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in... Read more
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The Courier
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreig
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are in the money, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. NSW budget 2016: Where will the money go? THE WINNERS Schools: A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
What did your region get in the Budget?jobs, better transport, improved There is also funding allocated to continue w
What did your region get in the Budget?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
jobs, better transport, improved There is also funding allocated to continue works on road upgrades, light rail projects, schools and hospitals. In health, the Government will spend a total of $1.6 billion to fund upgrades of hospital carparks at... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NSW Budget 2016: winners and losersSchools, trains and unicorns are winners, while public servants and foreign pro
NSW Budget 2016: winners and losers
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Schools, trains and unicorns are winners, while public servants and foreign property investors lose out. A billion dollars has been committed to catch up with the explosion in public school enrolments, to build 1100 more classrooms over the next... Read more
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The North West Star
The NSW Higher School Certificate turns 50HSC had no calculators. Can you answer the questions they faced? There were no
The NSW Higher School Certificate turns 50
The North West Star / Posted 10 days ago
HSC had no calculators. Can you answer the questions they faced? There were no calculators. Cigarettes were puffed on the school oval at lunchtime. One-third of students took French. And the most controversial musical you could study was West Side... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The NSW Higher School Certificate turns 50HSC had no calculators. Can you answer the questions they faced? There were no
The NSW Higher School Certificate turns 50
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 days ago
HSC had no calculators. Can you answer the questions they faced? There were no calculators. Cigarettes were puffed on the school oval at lunchtime. One-third of students took French. And the most controversial musical you could study was West Side... Read more
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The Border Mail
The NSW Higher School Certificate turns 50HSC had no calculators. Can you answer the questions they faced? There were no
The NSW Higher School Certificate turns 50
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
HSC had no calculators. Can you answer the questions they faced? There were no calculators. Cigarettes were puffed on the school oval at lunchtime. One-third of students took French. And the most controversial musical you could study was West Side... Read more
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