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The North West Star
Fremantle Dockers coach Ross Lyon says he'll extend contract if club wantsFremantle Dockers coach Ross Lyon says he will happily extend his contract with
Fremantle Dockers coach Ross Lyon says he'll extend contract if club wants
The North West Star / Posted 12 minutes ago
Fremantle Dockers coach Ross Lyon says he will happily extend his contract with the Dockers - if the club aks him to. Fremantle Dockers coach Ross Lyon says he will happily extend his contract with the Dockers - if the club aks him to. In an... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Display of speed at Dubbo DucksWhile most of the swimmers on show at the Western District AIF carnival on Sund
Display of speed at Dubbo Ducks
Daily Liberal / Posted 18 minutes ago
While most of the swimmers on show at the Western District AIF carnival on Sunday are past the peak in terms of swimming, it did not stop them from displaying some real speed in the pool. While most of the swimmers on show at the Western District... Read more
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Weekly Times
More Zika virus victims expected in Qld A child is one of two people who have tested positive for Zika virus in 24 ho
More Zika virus victims expected in Qld
Weekly Times / Posted 2 hours ago
A child is one of two people who have tested positive for Zika virus in 24 hours in southeast Queensland as experts warn more cases are likely. The child was diagnosed at a Brisbane hospital after returning... Read more
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News.com.au
More Zika virus victims expected in QldA CHILD is one of two people who have tested positive for Zika virus in 24 hour
More Zika virus victims expected in Qld
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
A CHILD is one of two people who have tested positive for Zika virus in 24 hours in southeast Queensland as experts warn more cases are likely. THE child was diagnosed at a Brisbane hospital after returning from a family trip to Samoa, while tests... Read more
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News.com.au
Green with a love of the deep bluePacha Light, 14, on the rocks at Burleigh Heads. She is taking the surfing worl
Green with a love of the deep blue
News.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
Pacha Light, 14, on the rocks at Burleigh Heads. She is taking the surfing world by storm but is also a committed conservationist. Pic: Luke Marsden SHE is the top young Gold Coast surfer who has seen the light when it comes to conserving the... Read more
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News.com.au
Famous cafe rolling into QueenslandThe stars of the original gross-out comedy reunited at Harry's Cafe de Wheels t
Famous cafe rolling into Queensland
News.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
The stars of the original gross-out comedy reunited at Harry's Cafe de Wheels today to promote their new movie. Actor Jason Biggs even found a new place to put his Harry's pie... Harry’s Cafe de Wheels owner Michael Hannah has expansion plans. ONE... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Report card: How your club fared on day oneAuckland Nines 2016: Report card day one, teams, clubs, rating | DailyTelegraph
Report card: How your club fared on day one
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
Auckland Nines 2016: Report card day one, teams, clubs, rating | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website AFTER a busy day at the Auckland Nines, it’s time to dissect... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Cheap light rail does not add up: Liberals The Canberra Liberals are accusing the Government of underestimating the cost
Cheap light rail does not add up: Liberals
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
The Canberra Liberals are accusing the Government of underestimating the cost of building light rail in the ACT. Opposition Leader Zed Seselja has held talks with Queensland's Assistant Minister for Public... Read more
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News.com.au
Monster US trucks have landedBetter buy a bigger boat ... the Ram pick-up can tow six tonnes. Photo: Supplie
Monster US trucks have landed
News.com.au / Posted 5 hours ago
Better buy a bigger boat ... the Ram pick-up can tow six tonnes. Photo: Supplied DEMAND for utes is now so strong Australians are queuing to buy monster truck-style US pick-ups — one of which is so huge, buyers must upgrade to a truck... Read more
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SportsFan
Eagles and Storm fly under Nines radarManly, Melbourne and Cronulla go into the final day of the NRL Auckland Nines a
Eagles and Storm fly under Nines radar
SportsFan / Posted 6 hours ago
Manly, Melbourne and Cronulla go into the final day of the NRL Auckland Nines as the teams to beat after racking up back-to-back victories on day one on Saturday. All three sides flew under the radar to be the only unbeaten sides going into Sunday's... Read more
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Sky News Australia
More Zika virus victims expected in QldA child is one of two people who have tested positive for Zika virus in 24 hour
More Zika virus victims expected in Qld
Sky News Australia / Posted 7 hours ago
A child is one of two people who have tested positive for Zika virus in 24 hours in southeast Queensland as experts warn more cases are likely. The child was diagnosed at a Brisbane hospital after returning from a family trip to Samoa, while tests... Read more
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News.com.au
Pet-friendly venues no longer limited to dogs and catsGrey nomads Greg and Judy Hay are finding more parks are welcoming feathered an
Pet-friendly venues no longer limited to dogs and cats
News.com.au / Posted 12 hours ago
Grey nomads Greg and Judy Hay are finding more parks are welcoming feathered and furry friends. Picture: Tim Marsden PET-FRIENDLY holiday accommodation is being taken very literally by adventurous Aussies who are toting more than their dog or cat... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Sydney 7s: Despite heartbreaking Kiwi comeback, Australia still in prime position to win home eventON the surface it looked like your standard trans-Tasman knife in the heart on
Sydney 7s: Despite heartbreaking Kiwi comeback, Australia still in prime position to win home event
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 13 hours ago
ON the surface it looked like your standard trans-Tasman knife in the heart on a rugby field. But a try after the siren to give New Zealand a draw against Australia last night at the Sydney Sevens may have opened up a genuine chance for the hosts to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Famous cafe rolling into QueenslandONE of Sydney’s most iconic eateries – patronised by celebrities including Elto
Famous cafe rolling into Queensland
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
ONE of Sydney’s most iconic eateries – patronised by celebrities including Elton John, Frank Sinatra and Kevin Costner – is set to “roll” into Queensland. Famed pie van operator Harry’s Café de Wheels looks headed for the Sunshine State, with moves... Read more
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The North West Star
Mitchell Pearce returns to holiday hotspot for rehabilitationIt's more renowned for recreation than rehabilitation, but Thailand is the secr
Mitchell Pearce returns to holiday hotspot for rehabilitation
The North West Star / Posted 13 hours ago
It's more renowned for recreation than rehabilitation, but Thailand is the secret location Mitchell Pearce has been whisked away to in the hope of getting his life back in order. It's more renowned for recreation than rehabilitation, but Thailand is... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Brisbane's best cafes with viewsPitstop on Mt Mee. Photo: Must Do Brisbane Cafes with a view are a rare commod
Brisbane's best cafes with views
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 hours ago
Pitstop on Mt Mee. Photo: Must Do Brisbane Cafes with a view are a rare commodity in and around Brisbane yet if you know where to go there are some stunning outlooks to be enjoyed from the dining table. With that in mind we've rounded up 11 cafes... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Aussies in prime spot to win Sydney 7sSydney 7s: Despite heartbreaking Kiwi comeback, Australia still in prime positi
Aussies in prime spot to win Sydney 7s
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
Sydney 7s: Despite heartbreaking Kiwi comeback, Australia still in prime position to win home event | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website ON the surface it looked... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Aussies in prime spot to win Sydney 7sON the surface it looked like your standard trans-Tasman knife in the heart on
Aussies in prime spot to win Sydney 7s
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 hours ago
ON the surface it looked like your standard trans-Tasman knife in the heart on a rugby field. But a try after the siren to give New Zealand a draw against Australia last night at the Sydney Sevens may have opened up a genuine chance for the hosts to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Aussies in prime spot to win Sydney 7sON the surface it looked like your standard trans-Tasman knife in the heart on
Aussies in prime spot to win Sydney 7s
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
ON the surface it looked like your standard trans-Tasman knife in the heart on a rugby field. But a try after the siren to give New Zealand a draw against Australia last night at the Sydney Sevens may have opened up a genuine chance for the hosts to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Monster US trucks have landedAustralians queuing to buy US the supersized pick-up Dodge Ram | DailyTelegraph
Monster US trucks have landed
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 hours ago
Australians queuing to buy US the supersized pick-up Dodge Ram | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website DEMAND for utes is now so strong Australians are queuing to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Easter escapes to book nowJapan, New Zealand, Queensland, Torquay: Best places to go for an Easter holida
Easter escapes to book now
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 hours ago
Japan, New Zealand, Queensland, Torquay: Best places to go for an Easter holiday | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Japan’s cherry trees burst into blossom... Read more
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Perth Now
Easter escapes to book nowJapan’s cherry trees burst into blossom just in time for Easter. Picture: iStoc
Easter escapes to book now
Perth Now / Posted 14 hours ago
Japan’s cherry trees burst into blossom just in time for Easter. Picture: iStock IF YOU haven’t booked your Easter getaway yet, it’s not too late. Even though Easter may be the busiest travel time on the calendar, Australian cities and popular... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Easter escapes to book nowJapan’s cherry trees burst into blossom just in time for Easter. Picture: iStoc
Easter escapes to book now
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 hours ago
Japan’s cherry trees burst into blossom just in time for Easter. Picture: iStock IF YOU haven’t booked your Easter getaway yet, it’s not too late. Even though Easter may be the busiest travel time on the calendar, Australian cities and popular... Read more
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SportsFan
Aussies, Kiwis draw at Sydney 7sHolland fires Aussies into 7s quarters Photo Source: Getty Images Australia m
Aussies, Kiwis draw at Sydney 7s
SportsFan / Posted 14 hours ago
Holland fires Aussies into 7s quarters Photo Source: Getty Images Australia missed the chance to take the big scalp they were after and put an exclamation mark on a successful first day of the inaugural Sydney 7s by drawing 17-all with arch-rivals... Read more
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Herald Sun
Bride spends wedding night on morphineTegan Maxwell and her husband are suing the resort where they married after the
Bride spends wedding night on morphine
Herald Sun / Posted 15 hours ago
Tegan Maxwell and her husband are suing the resort where they married after the bride fractured her kneecap. Source: Seven News ONE bride’s wedding was not the fairytale she hoped for, ending the day with a leg injury. Tegan Maxwell, 26, slipped in... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Who will be Australia's next National Sausage King?Sizzling sausage competition heats up as 26 butchers vie for Australia's best s
Who will be Australia's next National Sausage King?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 hours ago
Sizzling sausage competition heats up as 26 butchers vie for Australia's best snag Photo:The competition judges the best from the country's 3,200 independent butchers.(ABC News: Leonie Mellor) It is the best of the wurst — Australia's top butchers... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Need for a Quick change of planBrad Stewart rides Quick Ketch to victory at Doomben on Saturday. Picture: Gran
Need for a Quick change of plan
Adelaide Now / Posted 15 hours ago
Brad Stewart rides Quick Ketch to victory at Doomben on Saturday. Picture: Grant Peters SUMMER surprise packet Quick Ketch could be headed to better races after repeating the heroics of his first up win with an even more dominant display at Doomben... Read more
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Triathlete / Inside Triathlon
Ironman Acquires Lagardère Sports’ Endurance Division Athletes compete at the WTS Abu Dhabi race. Photo: Triathlon.org Ironman ann
Ironman Acquires Lagardère Sports’ Endurance Division
Triathlete / Inside Triathlon / Posted 15 hours ago
Athletes compete at the WTS Abu Dhabi race. Photo: Triathlon.org Ironman announced today that it has signed an agreement to acquire Lagardère Sports’ endurance division, which includes races in... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Need for a Quick change of planBrad Stewart rides Quick Ketch to victory at Doomben on Saturday. Picture: Gran
Need for a Quick change of plan
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
Brad Stewart rides Quick Ketch to victory at Doomben on Saturday. Picture: Grant Peters SUMMER surprise packet Quick Ketch could be headed to better races after repeating the heroics of his first up win with an even more dominant display at Doomben... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Need for a Quick change of planQuick Ketch keeps rising through the ranks | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords
Need for a Quick change of plan
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 hours ago
Quick Ketch keeps rising through the ranks | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Brad Stewart rides Quick Ketch to victory at Doomben on Saturday. Picture: Grant... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Cowboys, Warriors impress at Auckland NinesAuckland Nines: Cowboys, New Zealand Warriors impress as Manly Melbourne Storm
Cowboys, Warriors impress at Auckland Nines
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 hours ago
Auckland Nines: Cowboys, New Zealand Warriors impress as Manly Melbourne Storm and Cronulla Sharks win North Queensland and the Warriors turned in powerhouse performances on day one of the NRL Auckland Nines but a host of sides flying under the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Thinkhesaurus finds best to set up Newmarket tiltRACING: Thinkhesaurus ($2.50 fav) earned another tilt at this month's Dalby New
Thinkhesaurus finds best to set up Newmarket tilt
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 16 hours ago
RACING: Thinkhesaurus ($2.50 fav) earned another tilt at this month's Dalby Newmarket after regaining winning form with a slick performance at Bunya Park on Saturday. The lightly raced six-year-old broke a 10-month win drought with an all-the-way... Read more
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SportsFan
Eagles and Storm set pace at NinesAuckland Nines: Rabbitohs v Storm Highlights from game 10 of the Auckland Nine
Eagles and Storm set pace at Nines
SportsFan / Posted 17 hours ago
Auckland Nines: Rabbitohs v Storm Highlights from game 10 of the Auckland Nines between the Rabbitohs & Storm Manly, Melbourne and Cronulla are the surprise pace setters on day one of the NRL Auckland Nines but favourites North Queensland and the... Read more
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Gazette
JUDO: The dream is still on for the Olympics, says Dursley ace HayesTHE dream is alive and well for local judo player James Hayes as he looks towar
JUDO: The dream is still on for the Olympics, says Dursley ace Hayes
Gazette / Posted 18 hours ago
THE dream is alive and well for local judo player James Hayes as he looks towards winning a place at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Hayes, from Cam, was a first-year junior last year and finished a brilliant debut season with a haul of medals – and a... Read more
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The Age
Two cases of mosquito-borne Zika virus confirmed in Queensland in 24 hoursQueensland's chief health officer, Dr Jeanette Young, has urged pregnant Queens
Two cases of mosquito-borne Zika virus confirmed in Queensland in 24 hours
The Age / Posted 18 hours ago
Queensland's chief health officer, Dr Jeanette Young, has urged pregnant Queensland women not to travel to places where there have been Zika outbreaks. Photo: AP Queensland has now confirmed two cases of Zika virus, as officials in some infected... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Two cases of mosquito-borne Zika virus confirmed in Queensland in 24 hoursQueensland's chief health officer, Dr Jeanette Young, has urged pregnant Queens
Two cases of mosquito-borne Zika virus confirmed in Queensland in 24 hours
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
Queensland's chief health officer, Dr Jeanette Young, has urged pregnant Queensland women not to travel to places where there have been Zika outbreaks. Photo: AP Queensland has now confirmed two cases of Zika virus, as officials in some infected... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Previews: Mudgee and Sapphire CoastShayne O’Cass and Nic Ashman preview the NSW meetings at Sapphire Coast and Mud
Previews: Mudgee and Sapphire Coast
Daily Telegraph / Posted 18 hours ago
Shayne O’Cass and Nic Ashman preview the NSW meetings at Sapphire Coast and Mudgee on Sunday | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Trainer Nick Olive will... Read more
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Northern Star
Young cancer mum touched by community supportA LISMORE mother of two undergoing treatment for advanced melanoma cancer has s
Young cancer mum touched by community support
Northern Star / Posted 19 hours ago
A LISMORE mother of two undergoing treatment for advanced melanoma cancer has shared her "overwhelming" gratitude for the almost $60,000 in funds raised locally to support her family. Shanelle Bull, 33 - who is mother of Braxton, 4, and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Previews: Mudgee and Sapphire CoastTrainer Nick Olive will saddle-up veteran Nat King Cu in the Bega Cup. Picture:
Previews: Mudgee and Sapphire Coast
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
Trainer Nick Olive will saddle-up veteran Nat King Cu in the Bega Cup. Picture: Mark Evans BLACK beauty Nat King Cu is going to have to call on all of his ability and luck if he is to take out the Bega Cup (1600m). The Canberra visitor would likely... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Queensland announces $1.4 million program to fight ZikaHealth Minister Cameron Dick and chief health officer Dr Jeannette Young. Photo
Queensland announces $1.4 million program to fight Zika
Brisbane Times / Posted 19 hours ago
Health Minister Cameron Dick and chief health officer Dr Jeannette Young. Photo: Jorge Branco Queensland Health is boosting its Zika monitoring and management program by $1.4 million, including a $400,000 expansion of Townsville testing facilities... Read more
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Perth Now
Expert jailbreaker’s honest bid for freedomBrenden Abbott, also known as the Postcard Bandit, smiling with tourists while
Expert jailbreaker’s honest bid for freedom
Perth Now / Posted 19 hours ago
Brenden Abbott, also known as the Postcard Bandit, smiling with tourists while on the run in Western Australia. DONNING fake prison officer uniforms they’d handmade in jail, Brenden Abbott and an accomplice leapt from the high limestone walls of... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Previews: Mudgee and Sapphire CoastTrainer Nick Olive will saddle-up veteran Nat King Cu in the Bega Cup. Picture:
Previews: Mudgee and Sapphire Coast
Adelaide Now / Posted 19 hours ago
Trainer Nick Olive will saddle-up veteran Nat King Cu in the Bega Cup. Picture: Mark Evans BLACK beauty Nat King Cu is going to have to call on all of his ability and luck if he is to take out the Bega Cup (1600m). The Canberra visitor would likely... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Find your Kiama friends in social photos from 2008Romana Meta, Carmen Formosa, Suzane Kozarevski and Lidia Waine at Shellharbour
Find your Kiama friends in social photos from 2008
Kiama Independent / Posted 19 hours ago
Romana Meta, Carmen Formosa, Suzane Kozarevski and Lidia Waine at Shellharbour Workers Club for Melbourne Cup Day in 2008. Rod and Liz Mammatt and Mardi and Bronwyn Murphy in 2008. Robert Davies of Kirrawee, Alan Scott of St Clair and John... Read more
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Northern Star
Woman and child test positive for Zika in QueenslandA CHILD who first presented at hospital on Thursday night has been confirmed as
Woman and child test positive for Zika in Queensland
Northern Star / Posted 20 hours ago
A CHILD who first presented at hospital on Thursday night has been confirmed as the second case of the Zika virus in Queensland this year. The child recently returned to Australia from Samoa and is currently recovering at home. The confirmation of... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Woman and child test positive for Zika in QueenslandA CHILD who first presented at hospital on Thursday night has been confirmed as
Woman and child test positive for Zika in Queensland
The Daily Mercury / Posted 20 hours ago
A CHILD who first presented at hospital on Thursday night has been confirmed as the second case of the Zika virus in Queensland this year. The child recently returned to Australia from Samoa and is currently recovering at home. The confirmation of... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Woman and child test positive for Zika in QueenslandA WOMAN and a child have tested positive for Zika virus in Queensland, Health M
Woman and child test positive for Zika in Queensland
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 20 hours ago
A WOMAN and a child have tested positive for Zika virus in Queensland, Health Minister Cameron Dick says. Mr Dick said the woman, who travelled to El Salvador, and the child, who recently returned from Samoa, were both recovering well. The woman,... Read more
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The Age
Two cases of mosquito-borne Zika virus confirmed in Queensland in 24 hoursThe Aedes aegypti mosquito that can carry dengue and Zika virus. Queensland's c
Two cases of mosquito-borne Zika virus confirmed in Queensland in 24 hours
The Age / Posted 20 hours ago
The Aedes aegypti mosquito that can carry dengue and Zika virus. Queensland's chief health officer, Dr Jeanette Young, has urged pregnant Queensland women not to travel to places where there have been Zika outbreaks. Photo: AP Queensland has now... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Two cases of mosquito-borne Zika virus confirmed in Queensland in 24 hoursThe Aedes aegypti mosquito that can carry dengue and Zika virus. Queensland's c
Two cases of mosquito-borne Zika virus confirmed in Queensland in 24 hours
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
The Aedes aegypti mosquito that can carry dengue and Zika virus. Queensland's chief health officer, Dr Jeanette Young, has urged pregnant Queensland women not to travel to places where there have been Zika outbreaks. Photo: AP Queensland has now... Read more
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News.com.au
Top 15 iconic Gold Coast walksMark Roberts’ top 15 iconic Gold Coast walks | GoldCoastBulletin SearchUse key
Top 15 iconic Gold Coast walks
News.com.au / Posted 20 hours ago
Mark Roberts’ top 15 iconic Gold Coast walks | GoldCoastBulletin SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website 'Hidden Pocket' in Mt Tamborine National Park. THEY’RE Mark Roberts’ pick... Read more
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Queensland Times
Woman and child test positive for Zika in QueenslandA WOMAN and a child have tested positive for Zika virus in Queensland, Health M
Woman and child test positive for Zika in Queensland
Queensland Times / Posted 20 hours ago
A WOMAN and a child have tested positive for Zika virus in Queensland, Health Minister Cameron Dick says. Mr Dick said the woman, who travelled to El Salvador, and the child, who recently returned from Samoa, were both recovering well. The woman,... Read more
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