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That cinematic segment of Peck's, which came halfway through William Wyler's classic 1953 film Roman Holiday, sent worldwide sales of Italy's leading utilitarian mode of transport through the roof,...
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2014/04/16 17:03
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The Blinn College – Brenham campus chapter of the Mu Alpha Theta national math society inducted 79 new members during a ceremony Monday night in the College Student Center. Thirty-four current Blinn...
2014/04/16 15:18
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NO-ONE was to know it at the time but when the ocean liner Fairsea docked in Sydney in 1958, aboard were some passengers destined to become Australian musical legends. Fairsea passenger lists show...
2014/04/16 08:23
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Govt takes tough approach in dealing with workplace bullies Story Tools Related Items THE Federal Government has taken steps it hopes will go a long way towards stamping out bullying in Australian...
2014/04/16 07:18
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THE honourable actions of an honourable man? Or a justified fall from grace? Mr O’Farrell announced he was resigning after he was caught lying to the Independent Commission against Corruption about a...
2014/04/16 06:19
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Two Australian cyber security experts have called for the cultivation of cyber security talent as the government considers a reform of the 457 visa system. A 457 visa is a temporary business (long...
2014/04/16 06:19
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Australia’s cyber readiness has received high scores but more work is needed to improve cyber policy leadership by the Abbott government, according to a new report by the Australian Strategic Policy...
2014/04/16 05:11
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Downward pressure placed on future power costs: MP Story Tools RESIDENTS in Burnett and Bundaberg will experience cheaper electricity prices in the future after the Queensland Government announced...
2014/04/16 02:55
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Premier Barry O'Farrell has resigned after being caught out lying to a corruption inquiry over a $3000 bottle of wine. Picture: Jonathon Ng Premier Barry O'Farrell prior to appearing at an ICAC...
2014/04/16 02:20
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She broke out the green and gold back in 2008, but somehow we don't anticipate a repeat performance to mark Catherine's arrival on the Australian runway. There won't be a sequin or pair of hotpants...
2014/04/16 00:56
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Key decision-making in areas THAT WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE. Nil. It seems that Treasurer Hockey n Co; Nichols (Qld) are squirming and wriggling. Deferring pensions; deferring and joining students into...
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The Penticton Tennis Club aims to serve up more members this season. In 2013, the PTC increased its membership from 91 to 161 and club president Ken Naylor was overwhelmed. He now has a good feeling...
2014/04/15 21:55
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Anthony Albanese was insistent. ''What we actually need is the government to bite the bullet and get on with building a second airport for Sydney,'' the inner-city Labor MP declared. Anthony Albanese...
2014/04/15 18:56
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NEW England MP Barnaby Joyce has controversially flagged relaxing rules governing live animal exports in a bid to gain access to the lucrative Saudi Arabian market. NEW England MP Barnaby Joyce has...
2014/04/15 16:18
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THE age pension will remain untouched for three years after Prime Minister Tony Abbott moved to ease fears eligibility changes and a rise of the working age to 70 were imminent. The PM yesterday...
2014/04/15 12:53
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A controversy is swirling in Australia involving a former foreign minister and the country’s influential Zionist lobby. Bob Carr, who served as Australia’s foreign minister in the administration of...
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IT IS the airport that has been talked about for almost half a century. Badgerys Creek was first raised as a potential site for a second Sydney airport in 1969, at which point Prime Minister Tony...
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Australia’s senior citizens are an extraordinary bunch and that's not only because they have lived through some of the most tumultuous times in modern history. They are also outliers in most global...
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The Australian dollar is doing the job raising interest rates would do, says Michael Pascoe. Photo: Nic Walker There's a problem for those predicting a Reserve Bank interest rate rise sooner rather...
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Corowa Council is today expected to again confirm the grey route as its choice for Yarrawonga- Mulwala’s replacement bridge. Corowa Council is today expected to again confirm the grey route as its...
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