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Brisbane Times
$300,000 spent on learner driver app that already existsand made available by the private sector. The government's e-log book app had
$300,000 spent on learner driver app that already exists
Brisbane Times / Posted 29 minutes ago
and made available by the private sector. The government's e-log book app had already been developed by the RACQ. Photo: Glenn Hunt Roads Minister Mark Bailey was queried over the learner driver e-log book app, which allows learner drivers to... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Trad considers calling in West End developmentwas formerly home to the Absoe Furniture factory. Queensland Deputy Premier and
Trad considers calling in West End development
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
was formerly home to the Absoe Furniture factory. Queensland Deputy Premier and Planning Minister Jackie Trad. Photo: Glenn Hunt The development includes three 15-storey apartment towers among the seven buildings proposed for the 2.6 hectare... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Trad puts contentious West End development on holdwas formerly home to the Absoe Furniture factory. Queensland Deputy Premier and
Trad puts contentious West End development on hold
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
was formerly home to the Absoe Furniture factory. Queensland Deputy Premier and Planning Minister Jackie Trad. Photo: Glenn Hunt The development includes three 15-storey apartment towers among the seven buildings proposed for the 2.6 hectare... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Queensland Health staff 'being overpaid $700k a fortnight'debt collectors to recoup overpayments. John-Paul Langbroek says Queensland He
Queensland Health staff 'being overpaid $700k a fortnight'
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
debt collectors to recoup overpayments. John-Paul Langbroek says Queensland Health staff are still being overpaid. Photo: Glenn Hunt The Queensland Health payroll debacle was estimated to have cost taxpayers $1.2 billion and was described as... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Privatisation has damaged the economy, says ACCC chiefselling poles and wires in Queensland and NSW, meanwhile, had seen power prices
Privatisation has damaged the economy, says ACCC chief
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
selling poles and wires in Queensland and NSW, meanwhile, had seen power prices almost double there over five years. Photo: Glenn Hunt Mr Sims said privatising ports, including Port Botany and Port Kembla in NSW, which were privatised together, and... Read more
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WA Today
Privatisation has damaged the economy, says ACCC chiefselling poles and wires in Queensland and NSW, meanwhile, had seen power prices
Privatisation has damaged the economy, says ACCC chief
WA Today / Posted yesterday
selling poles and wires in Queensland and NSW, meanwhile, had seen power prices almost double there over five years. Photo: Glenn Hunt Mr Sims said privatising ports, including Port Botany and Port Kembla in NSW, which were privatised together, and... Read more
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The Age
Privatisation has damaged the economy, says ACCC chiefselling poles and wires in Queensland and NSW, meanwhile, had seen power prices
Privatisation has damaged the economy, says ACCC chief
The Age / Posted yesterday
selling poles and wires in Queensland and NSW, meanwhile, had seen power prices almost double there over five years. Photo: Glenn Hunt Mr Sims said privatising ports, including Port Botany and Port Kembla in NSW, which were privatised together, and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Privatisation has damaged the economy, says ACCC chiefselling poles and wires in Queensland and NSW, meanwhile, had seen power prices
Privatisation has damaged the economy, says ACCC chief
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
selling poles and wires in Queensland and NSW, meanwhile, had seen power prices almost double there over five years. Photo: Glenn Hunt Mr Sims said privatising ports, including Port Botany and Port Kembla in NSW, which were privatised together, and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Privatisation has damaged the economy, says ACCC chiefselling poles and wires in Queensland and NSW, meanwhile, had seen power prices
Privatisation has damaged the economy, says ACCC chief
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
selling poles and wires in Queensland and NSW, meanwhile, had seen power prices almost double there over five years. Photo: Glenn Hunt Mr Sims said privatising ports, including Port Botany and Port Kembla in NSW, which were privatised together, and... Read more
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Brisbane Times
281 koala deaths around Moreton Bay Rail projectkoalas have died in Brisbane's northern suburbs during the project to build a r
281 koala deaths around Moreton Bay Rail project
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
koalas have died in Brisbane's northern suburbs during the project to build a rail line from Petrie to Kippa Ring. Photo: Glenn Hunt The new rail line will eventually run from Petrie to Kippa Ring – through one of the most significant koala... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Knife attacker to be sentenced in Augustfor an attack on a Big W shopper with a knife in April. The knife attack occur
Knife attacker to be sentenced in August
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
for an attack on a Big W shopper with a knife in April. The knife attack occured inside Bega's Big W store. Picture: Glenn Hunt A 27-year-old Bega woman will be sentenced for an attack on a Big W shopper with a knife in April. Samantha... Read more
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WA Today
Consumer watchdog launches inquiry into broadband speed claimsnetwork congestion and high video volumes. Australia's residential DSL broadba
Consumer watchdog launches inquiry into broadband speed claims
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
network congestion and high video volumes. Australia's residential DSL broadband speeds is proving to be pot luck. Photo: Glenn Hunt "Consumers are entitled to expect clear and accurate information about the performance characteristics of a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Consumer watchdog launches inquiry into broadband speed claimsnetwork congestion and high video volumes. Australia's residential DSL broadba
Consumer watchdog launches inquiry into broadband speed claims
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
network congestion and high video volumes. Australia's residential DSL broadband speeds is proving to be pot luck. Photo: Glenn Hunt "Consumers are entitled to expect clear and accurate information about the performance characteristics of a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Consumer watchdog launches inquiry into broadband speed claimsnetwork congestion and high video volumes. Australia's residential DSL broadba
Consumer watchdog launches inquiry into broadband speed claims
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
network congestion and high video volumes. Australia's residential DSL broadband speeds is proving to be pot luck. Photo: Glenn Hunt "Consumers are entitled to expect clear and accurate information about the performance characteristics of a... Read more
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The Age
Consumer watchdog launches inquiry into broadband speed claimsnetwork congestion and high video volumes. Australia's residential DSL broadba
Consumer watchdog launches inquiry into broadband speed claims
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
network congestion and high video volumes. Australia's residential DSL broadband speeds is proving to be pot luck. Photo: Glenn Hunt "Consumers are entitled to expect clear and accurate information about the performance characteristics of a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Consumer watchdog launches inquiry into broadband speed claimsnetwork congestion and high video volumes. Australia's residential DSL broadba
Consumer watchdog launches inquiry into broadband speed claims
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
network congestion and high video volumes. Australia's residential DSL broadband speeds is proving to be pot luck. Photo: Glenn Hunt "Consumers are entitled to expect clear and accurate information about the performance characteristics of a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
LNP did not buy Redlands land to protect koalas: Laborkoala habitat in the Redland's Koala Coast area in its $22.5 million land purch
LNP did not buy Redlands land to protect koalas: Labor
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
koala habitat in the Redland's Koala Coast area in its $22.5 million land purchase plan between 2012-15, Labor says. Photo: Glenn Hunt The Koala Coast includes the Redlands council region, plus smaller eastern sections of Logan and Brisbane council... Read more
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WA Today
Man charged after leaving phone in Perth court filled with child pornon June 22. A man has been charged by police after child porn was found on a p
Man charged after leaving phone in Perth court filled with child porn
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
on June 22. A man has been charged by police after child porn was found on a phone he left in a Perth court. Photo: Glenn Hunt The Joint Anti Child Exploitation team then searched a 47-year-old Maylands man's home and seized documents and... Read more
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The Age
Suhanya Raffel leaves Sydney to run multi-billion-dollar Hong Kong art park M+Asia needs". Suhanya Raffel at the Queensland Art Gallery|Gallery of Modern Ar
Suhanya Raffel leaves Sydney to run multi-billion-dollar Hong Kong art park M+
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
Asia needs". Suhanya Raffel at the Queensland Art Gallery|Gallery of Modern Art's 2012 Asia-Pacific Triennial. Photo: Glenn Hunt West Kowloon Cultural District Authority announced Raffel as its new executive director on Wednesday, after... Read more
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Brisbane Times
No rest for Wicked as Queensland ban move is applaudedMs McCormack said. "Now, they will not be able to ignore those requests." Quee
No rest for Wicked as Queensland ban move is applauded
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
Ms McCormack said. "Now, they will not be able to ignore those requests." Queensland Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath. Photo: Glenn Hunt But Ms McCormack said the proposed legislation did not go far enough. "While it may deal with WC, it allows... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Brisbane airport passenger traffic on risedomestic terminals combined. More than 22.4 million travellers used Brisbane A
Brisbane airport passenger traffic on rise
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
domestic terminals combined. More than 22.4 million travellers used Brisbane Airport in the past financial year. Photo: Glenn Hunt In total, more than 22.4 million travellers, a two per cent increase on the previous financial year, made trips... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Aussie dollar could rally to US80c unless RBA cuts rate, AMP sayscope with the blow to export revenue. The Aussie could extend its rally if the
Aussie dollar could rally to US80c unless RBA cuts rate, AMP says
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
cope with the blow to export revenue. The Aussie could extend its rally if the RBA proves traders wrong, AMP says. Photo: Glenn Hunt Traders are pricing in a RBA rate cut and if it is "not delivered, the market will reassess and that will lead to... Read more
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WA Today
Aussie dollar could rally to US80c unless RBA cuts rate, AMP sayscope with the blow to export revenue. The Aussie could extend its rally if the
Aussie dollar could rally to US80c unless RBA cuts rate, AMP says
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
cope with the blow to export revenue. The Aussie could extend its rally if the RBA proves traders wrong, AMP says. Photo: Glenn Hunt Traders are pricing in a RBA rate cut and if it is "not delivered, the market will reassess and that will lead to... Read more
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The Age
Aussie dollar could rally to US80c unless RBA cuts rate, AMP sayscope with the blow to export revenue. The Aussie could extend its rally if the
Aussie dollar could rally to US80c unless RBA cuts rate, AMP says
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
cope with the blow to export revenue. The Aussie could extend its rally if the RBA proves traders wrong, AMP says. Photo: Glenn Hunt Traders are pricing in a RBA rate cut and if it is "not delivered, the market will reassess and that will lead to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Aussie dollar could rally to US80c unless RBA cuts rate, AMP sayscope with the blow to export revenue. The Aussie could extend its rally if the
Aussie dollar could rally to US80c unless RBA cuts rate, AMP says
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
cope with the blow to export revenue. The Aussie could extend its rally if the RBA proves traders wrong, AMP says. Photo: Glenn Hunt Traders are pricing in a RBA rate cut and if it is "not delivered, the market will reassess and that will lead to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Aussie dollar could rally to US80c unless RBA cuts rate, AMP sayscope with the blow to export revenue. The Aussie could extend its rally if the
Aussie dollar could rally to US80c unless RBA cuts rate, AMP says
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
cope with the blow to export revenue. The Aussie could extend its rally if the RBA proves traders wrong, AMP says. Photo: Glenn Hunt Traders are pricing in a RBA rate cut and if it is "not delivered, the market will reassess and that will lead to... Read more
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WA Today
BHP falls short in iron but beats in petroleum, copperthe slight miss in iron ore was widely predicted by the market. BHP Billiton h
BHP falls short in iron but beats in petroleum, copper
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
the slight miss in iron ore was widely predicted by the market. BHP Billiton has published its production results Photo: Glenn Hunt BHP's share of its iron ore exports was 227 million tonnes, below the revised guidance of 229 million... Read more
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Canberra Times
BHP falls short in iron but beats in petroleum, copperthe slight miss in iron ore was widely predicted by the market. BHP Billiton h
BHP falls short in iron but beats in petroleum, copper
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
the slight miss in iron ore was widely predicted by the market. BHP Billiton has published its production results Photo: Glenn Hunt BHP's share of its iron ore exports was 227 million tonnes, below the revised guidance of 229 million... Read more
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Brisbane Times
BHP falls short in iron but beats in petroleum, copperthe slight miss in iron ore was widely predicted by the market. BHP Billiton h
BHP falls short in iron but beats in petroleum, copper
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
the slight miss in iron ore was widely predicted by the market. BHP Billiton has published its production results Photo: Glenn Hunt BHP's share of its iron ore exports was 227 million tonnes, below the revised guidance of 229 million... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Brisbane schools sign up to active transport schemeAdrian Schrinner says 35 per cent of school trips had changed from car to activ
Brisbane schools sign up to active transport scheme
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
Adrian Schrinner says 35 per cent of school trips had changed from car to active transport in participating schools. Photo: Glenn Hunt "The program will not only help kids improve their road safety skills, but it also includes great incentives to... Read more
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The Age
BHP falls short in iron but beats in petroleum, copperthe slight miss in iron ore was widely predicted by the market. BHP Billiton h
BHP falls short in iron but beats in petroleum, copper
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
the slight miss in iron ore was widely predicted by the market. BHP Billiton has published its production results Photo: Glenn Hunt BHP's share of its iron ore exports was 227 million tonnes, below the revised guidance of 229 million... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
BHP falls short in iron but beats in petroleum, copperthe slight miss in iron ore was widely predicted by the market. BHP Billiton h
BHP falls short in iron but beats in petroleum, copper
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
the slight miss in iron ore was widely predicted by the market. BHP Billiton has published its production results Photo: Glenn Hunt BHP's share of its iron ore exports was 227 million tonnes, below the revised guidance of 229 million... Read more
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Canberra Times
Don't be fooled by the private health insurance industry's pitch to 30-oldsand then start rising rapidly. The main reason young people go to hospital is b
Don't be fooled by the private health insurance industry's pitch to 30-olds
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
and then start rising rapidly. The main reason young people go to hospital is because they've been in an accident. Photo: Glenn Hunt Women use it more than men until their mid 40s, because of pregnancy and childbirth. Even so, a 70-year-old woman... Read more
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Canberra Times
Muir family may take big stake in Good Guys listingis what's left for the next investors?" JB Hi-Fi is believed to have submitted
Muir family may take big stake in Good Guys listing
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
is what's left for the next investors?" JB Hi-Fi is believed to have submitted a $850 million bid for The Good Guys. Photo: Glenn Hunt The Good Guys are currently running a dual-track process to weigh the comparative merits of a trade sale versus a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Muir family may take big stake in Good Guys listingis what's left for the next investors?" JB Hi-Fi is believed to have submitted
Muir family may take big stake in Good Guys listing
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
is what's left for the next investors?" JB Hi-Fi is believed to have submitted a $850 million bid for The Good Guys. Photo: Glenn Hunt The Good Guys are currently running a dual-track process to weigh the comparative merits of a trade sale versus a... Read more
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The Age
Muir family may take big stake in Good Guys listingis what's left for the next investors?" JB Hi-Fi is believed to have submitted
Muir family may take big stake in Good Guys listing
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
is what's left for the next investors?" JB Hi-Fi is believed to have submitted a $850 million bid for The Good Guys. Photo: Glenn Hunt The Good Guys are currently running a dual-track process to weigh the comparative merits of a trade sale versus a... Read more
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WA Today
Muir family may take big stake in Good Guys listingis what's left for the next investors?" JB Hi-Fi is believed to have submitted
Muir family may take big stake in Good Guys listing
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
is what's left for the next investors?" JB Hi-Fi is believed to have submitted a $850 million bid for The Good Guys. Photo: Glenn Hunt The Good Guys are currently running a dual-track process to weigh the comparative merits of a trade sale versus a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Muir family may take big stake in Good Guys listingis what's left for the next investors?" JB Hi-Fi is believed to have submitted
Muir family may take big stake in Good Guys listing
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
is what's left for the next investors?" JB Hi-Fi is believed to have submitted a $850 million bid for The Good Guys. Photo: Glenn Hunt The Good Guys are currently running a dual-track process to weigh the comparative merits of a trade sale versus a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Former mayor concedes Toowoomba South to LNPmayor conceding defeat. Former Toowoomba mayor Di Thorley has conceded defeat
Former mayor concedes Toowoomba South to LNP
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
mayor conceding defeat. Former Toowoomba mayor Di Thorley has conceded defeat for the seat of Toowoomba South. Photo: Glenn Hunt Independent candidate Di Thorley conceded she had lost her battle on Tuesday afternoon, a day after the LNP's... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Nice tragedy prompts Games security 'tweak'of Nice. The Nice terror attacks have prompted discussion over security at the
Nice tragedy prompts Games security 'tweak'
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
of Nice. The Nice terror attacks have prompted discussion over security at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Photo: Glenn Hunt GTH Queensland's Gold Coast, parts of Brisbane and Townsville will host the Commonwealth Games in April... Read more
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Brisbane Times
LNP likely to secure Toowoomba south seat as counting continueshas been in either LNP hands or its parent party the Nationals since 1974. Form
LNP likely to secure Toowoomba south seat as counting continues
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 days ago
has been in either LNP hands or its parent party the Nationals since 1974. Former Toowoomba mayor Dianne Thorley. Photo: Glenn Hunt Griffith University political lecturer Dr Paul Williams said while it was "almost impossible" for former... Read more
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Canberra Times
Coca-Cola to start producing coffee and milksector," Hagen said in a telephone interview. The final frontier: Coca Cola is
Coca-Cola to start producing coffee and milk
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
sector," Hagen said in a telephone interview. The final frontier: Coca Cola is moving into the coffee business. Photo: Glenn Hunt Coca-Cola will focus on high-end coffee drinkers as it plans to offer blends made exclusively from arabica, the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Coca-Cola to start producing coffee and milksector," Hagen said in a telephone interview. The final frontier: Coca Cola is
Coca-Cola to start producing coffee and milk
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
sector," Hagen said in a telephone interview. The final frontier: Coca Cola is moving into the coffee business. Photo: Glenn Hunt Coca-Cola will focus on high-end coffee drinkers as it plans to offer blends made exclusively from arabica, the... Read more
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WA Today
Coca-Cola to start producing coffee and milksector," Hagen said in a telephone interview. The final frontier: Coca Cola is
Coca-Cola to start producing coffee and milk
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
sector," Hagen said in a telephone interview. The final frontier: Coca Cola is moving into the coffee business. Photo: Glenn Hunt Coca-Cola will focus on high-end coffee drinkers as it plans to offer blends made exclusively from arabica, the... Read more
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The Age
Coca-Cola to start producing coffee and milksector," Hagen said in a telephone interview. The final frontier: Coca Cola is
Coca-Cola to start producing coffee and milk
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
sector," Hagen said in a telephone interview. The final frontier: Coca Cola is moving into the coffee business. Photo: Glenn Hunt Coca-Cola will focus on high-end coffee drinkers as it plans to offer blends made exclusively from arabica, the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Coca-Cola to start producing coffee and milksector," Hagen said in a telephone interview. The final frontier: Coca Cola is
Coca-Cola to start producing coffee and milk
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
sector," Hagen said in a telephone interview. The final frontier: Coca Cola is moving into the coffee business. Photo: Glenn Hunt Coca-Cola will focus on high-end coffee drinkers as it plans to offer blends made exclusively from arabica, the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
By-election candidate 'won't be bothered' if she losesseat of Toowoomba South in a by-election on Saturday. Dianne Thorley when she
By-election candidate 'won't be bothered' if she loses
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
seat of Toowoomba South in a by-election on Saturday. Dianne Thorley when she was mayor of Toowoomba in 2007. Photo: Glenn Hunt The seat was vacated by Liberal National Party MP John McVeigh, who went on to win the federal seat of Groom at... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Must Do Brisbane: Top 10 things to do this weekendMysteries Costume Exhibition Costumes at Old Government House from the TV show
Must Do Brisbane: Top 10 things to do this weekend
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
Mysteries Costume Exhibition Costumes at Old Government House from the TV show Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries. Photo: Glenn Hunt Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries Costume Exhibition - Fans of the beloved ABC series set in the 1920s will want to... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Brisbane to light up for France as lord mayor laments deathsmayor Graham Quirk says Brisbane's symbolic gestures following horrific events
Brisbane to light up for France as lord mayor laments deaths
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 days ago
mayor Graham Quirk says Brisbane's symbolic gestures following horrific events overseas were becoming too common. Photo: Glenn Hunt In the past 12 months, the Story Bridge has been lit in the colours of France following the November Paris... Read more
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Brisbane Times
See Miss Fisher's clothing up close in Brisbanewith mannequins adorned with costumes. Marion Boyce at her exhibition of costu
See Miss Fisher's clothing up close in Brisbane
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 days ago
with mannequins adorned with costumes. Marion Boyce at her exhibition of costumes at Old Government House. Photo: Glenn Hunt The TV program, based on the popular book series by Kerry Greenwood, follows heiress Miss Phryne Fisher through... Read more
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