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Daily Examiner
Missing posts put cyclists at riskTHE cycling community is concerned over an emerging hazard causing accidents al
Missing posts put cyclists at risk
Daily Examiner / Posted 9 hours ago
THE cycling community is concerned over an emerging hazard causing accidents along the cycleway around the northern beaches. In recent times, guide posts separating the service road and the cycleway along Solitary Islands Way and other areas of the... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Clubhouse upgrade given the thumbs upSAWTELL Surf Life Saving Club's alterations and additions have been approved by
Clubhouse upgrade given the thumbs up
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
SAWTELL Surf Life Saving Club's alterations and additions have been approved by Coffs Harbour City councillors with no comment on an objection that the design was a repeat of the 1950s clubhouse. Cr Garry Innes asked for clarification on the... Read more
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SportsFan
Swans defender surprised to hit 250 gamesSydney defender Ted Richards says he's proud to notch his 250th AFL match this
Swans defender surprised to hit 250 games
SportsFan / Posted yesterday
Sydney defender Ted Richards says he's proud to notch his 250th AFL match this Sunday against St Kilda, but he's more excited about what lies ahead. Richards made an inauspicious start to his career at Essendon, making just 33 appearances in five... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Langham Sydney $30 million makeover perfect blueprint for grand hotelsOpened by the Prince of Wales, who would become King Edward VII in 1902, The La
Langham Sydney $30 million makeover perfect blueprint for grand hotels
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
Opened by the Prince of Wales, who would become King Edward VII in 1902, The Langham London was the first purpose-built hotel in Europe. It set the blueprint for the grand hotels for the travelling elite which would pop up all over Europe in its... Read more
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The Young Witness
Langham Sydney $30 million makeover perfect blueprint for grand hotelsOpened by the Prince of Wales, who would become King Edward VII in 1902, The La
Langham Sydney $30 million makeover perfect blueprint for grand hotels
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
Opened by the Prince of Wales, who would become King Edward VII in 1902, The Langham London was the first purpose-built hotel in Europe. It set the blueprint for the grand hotels for the travelling elite which would pop up all over Europe in its... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Plans for four 26-storey tower blocks in MediaCity to go before Salford planning chiefsPlans for four huge 26-storey tower blocks containing more than 1,000 apartment
Plans for four 26-storey tower blocks in MediaCity to go before Salford planning chiefs
Manchester Evening News / Posted yesterday
Plans for four huge 26-storey tower blocks containing more than 1,000 apartments at the heart of MediaCityUK will go before planning chiefs next week. Bosses say the area is one of the ‘key growth areas in the country’ and that the £200m X1 Media... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Island's natural beauty hooked Nanaimo doctorNew Nanaimo doctor Stuart Ockelford was hooked on Vancouver Island at first sig
Island's natural beauty hooked Nanaimo doctor
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted yesterday
New Nanaimo doctor Stuart Ockelford was hooked on Vancouver Island at first sight. He was supposed to set up a practice in Abbotsford. He was in the midst of being recruited from England, he enjoyed the people he had met there and he felt the need... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold says marquee man Filip Holosko will kick a goalDown Under: Sydney FC's international marquee Filip Holosko at Taronga Zoo. Pho
Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold says marquee man Filip Holosko will kick a goal
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Down Under: Sydney FC's international marquee Filip Holosko at Taronga Zoo. Photo: Brendan Esposito While introducing Sydney FC's marquee recruit Filip Holosko to the media, coach Graham Arnold said it was time for other A-League clubs to foot the... Read more
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The World Game
The A-League: 10 years, 10 magic moments - part 2This is part two of The World Game's trip down memory lane, as we look at the p
The A-League: 10 years, 10 magic moments - part 2
The World Game / Posted yesterday
This is part two of The World Game's trip down memory lane, as we look at the pivotal moments in seasons 6 to 10 of our national competition. There are some big, big names here, which are a stark indication of just how far football has come. Here's... Read more
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Business Spectator
Melbourne start-ups risk being left behind in fintech boomMelbourne risks being left behind in Australia’s new wave of innovation in fina
Melbourne start-ups risk being left behind in fintech boom
Business Spectator / Posted 2 days ago
Melbourne risks being left behind in Australia’s new wave of innovation in financial services unless its entrepreneurs stand up and be counted. With the mining boom in decline, attention has turned to the rise of fintech start-ups which are... Read more
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Daily Examiner
RSPCA packed to the raftersDOZENS of dogs surrendered to Coffs Harbour RSPCA are in urgent need of new hom
RSPCA packed to the rafters
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
DOZENS of dogs surrendered to Coffs Harbour RSPCA are in urgent need of new homes as the shelter reaches maximum capacity. Only a handful of pens are currently unoccupied at the RSPCA's adoption centre, but spaces are filling fast as new arrivals... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Jetty a sign of the timesNEW signage to showcase our region's rich maritime history has been granted for
Jetty a sign of the times
Daily Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
NEW signage to showcase our region's rich maritime history has been granted for Coffs Harbour's Jetty Foreshores redevelopment. Federal Member for Cowper Luke Hartsuyker this week announced a $10,000 grant for interpretive signage that will be... Read more
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Daily Examiner
#keepcoffsbeautiful campaign asks us to pick up our actA COFFS Harbour local has launched a social media campaign to create a movement
#keepcoffsbeautiful campaign asks us to pick up our act
Daily Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
A COFFS Harbour local has launched a social media campaign to create a movement to help clean up the city and its surrounds. After seeing the build-up of rubbish within the city, Darren McCarthy said the idea for the Keep Coffs Beautiful campaign... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Surf club redevelopment up for discussionTHE Sawtell Surf Life Saving Club is one step away from receiving a multi-milli
Surf club redevelopment up for discussion
Daily Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
THE Sawtell Surf Life Saving Club is one step away from receiving a multi-million-dollar makeover. A development application to restore and expand the club will be considered at tomorrow's Coffs Harbour City Council meeting. Built by the community... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Hunter Expressway openingLOCALS anxiously awaiting the grand opening of the Hunter Expressway will be pu
Hunter Expressway opening
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
LOCALS anxiously awaiting the grand opening of the Hunter Expressway will be put out of their misery on March 22. The opening date for the highly anticipated project Located between the M1 Pacific Motorway near Seahampton and the New England... Read more
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Daily Examiner
New home on the cards for Woopi rescue crewsCOFFS Harbour City Council will ask the State Government's Crown Lands division
New home on the cards for Woopi rescue crews
Daily Examiner / Posted 4 days ago
COFFS Harbour City Council will ask the State Government's Crown Lands division to appoint it as the corporate manager of the disputed Arrawarra Headland Research Station Trust so it can become the base of Woolgoolga Marine Rescue. The council, as... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Two decades as ToadieRyan Moloney on 20 years with Neighbours | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords t
Two decades as Toadie
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Ryan Moloney on 20 years with Neighbours | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website Actor Ryan Moloney will be straight back to work from today. Picture:... Read more
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The Standard
TUMI unveils new concept at Harbour CityThis was created by award-winning international designer and architect, Dror Be
TUMI unveils new concept at Harbour City
The Standard / Posted 4 days ago
This was created by award-winning international designer and architect, Dror Benshetrit, in 2013 for the brand’s flagship store at 610 Madison Avenue, New York City. The new store concept highlights TUMI’s product through the use of clean lines,... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Greater Manchester traffic and travel: Metrolink problems following points failure at BroadwayMetrolink passengers faced travel problems due a points failure this morning.
Greater Manchester traffic and travel: Metrolink problems following points failure at Broadway
Manchester Evening News / Posted 4 days ago
Metrolink passengers faced travel problems due a points failure this morning. Following the failure at Broadway in Salford Quays, services to Deansgate Castlefield in Manchester city centre were not calling at MediaCityUK. Passengers heading to... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Cultural burn a first for councilCOFFS Harbour City Council has joined forces with specially trained Aboriginal
Cultural burn a first for council
Daily Examiner / Posted 5 days ago
COFFS Harbour City Council has joined forces with specially trained Aboriginal firefighters to conduct a cultural burn to improve habitat around the Regional Airport. A team of female Aboriginal fire-fighters from Coffs Harbour and the Minyumai... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Merit award for proud workerFIVE years of dedication to her job as a water meter reader at Coffs Harbour Ci
Merit award for proud worker
Daily Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
FIVE years of dedication to her job as a water meter reader at Coffs Harbour City Council has earned local resident Dallas Gittins a special honour. Ms Gittins has been named the recipient of the 2015 Local Government Aboriginal Network Conference's... Read more
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Daily Examiner
RMS responds to road rubbishCOMPLAINTS about accumulating litter on the Pacific Hwy between Sapphire and Wo
RMS responds to road rubbish
Daily Examiner / Posted 7 days ago
COMPLAINTS about accumulating litter on the Pacific Hwy between Sapphire and Woolgoolga have been addressed this week by the Roads and Maritime Service. After an article in Wednesday's Advocate, an RMS spokesperson said the clean-up is scheduled for... Read more
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SportsFan
GWS happy to bear finals pressure: KellyGWS midfielder Josh Kelly says his desperate side are embracing the weight of f
GWS happy to bear finals pressure: Kelly
SportsFan / Posted 8 days ago
GWS midfielder Josh Kelly says his desperate side are embracing the weight of finals pressure in Saturday's Battle of the Bridge, the most significant Sydney AFL derby yet. A ground record crowd is expected for the eighth Harbour City battle at... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film FestivalA bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for th
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film Festival
Kiama Independent / Posted 8 days ago
A bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for the big screen and local films get a distribution boost, in our wrap up of local and international film news. More Australian action in Toronto Toronto will be a hotbed of... Read more
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Perth Now
Swan Shaw to hang up bootsRhyce Shaw hopes to bow out on a high in 2015. Picture: Daniel Wilkins SYDNEY
Swan Shaw to hang up boots
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
Rhyce Shaw hopes to bow out on a high in 2015. Picture: Daniel Wilkins SYDNEY defender Rhyce Shaw will retire at season’s end after a career at the Swans and Collingwood that included the 2012 premiership. Shaw, 33, told his fellow Swans of his... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Kathy Jackson ruling: This is why we need the Royal Commission The need for the Royal Commission into trade unions became blurred over the p
Kathy Jackson ruling: This is why we need the Royal Commission
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
The need for the Royal Commission into trade unions became blurred over the past week, but Justice Richard Tracey's ruling on the Kathy Jackson case has given it renewed credibility,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Swan Shaw to hang up bootsRhyce Shaw to retire at end of 2015 season | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords
Swan Shaw to hang up boots
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
Rhyce Shaw to retire at end of 2015 season | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website Rhyce Shaw hopes to bow out on a high in 2015. Picture: Daniel... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Swan Shaw to hang up bootsRhyce Shaw hopes to bow out on a high in 2015. Picture: Daniel Wilkins SYDNEY
Swan Shaw to hang up boots
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
Rhyce Shaw hopes to bow out on a high in 2015. Picture: Daniel Wilkins SYDNEY defender Rhyce Shaw will retire at season’s end after a career at the Swans and Collingwood that included the 2012 premiership. Shaw, 33, told his fellow Swans of his... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Rhyce Shaw to retire at end of 2015 seasonSYDNEY defender Rhyce Shaw will retire at season’s end after a career at the Sw
Rhyce Shaw to retire at end of 2015 season
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
SYDNEY defender Rhyce Shaw will retire at season’s end after a career at the Swans and Collingwood that included the 2012 premiership. Shaw, 33, told his fellow Swans of his decision this week, with coach John Longmire full of praise for a player he... Read more
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Herald Sun
Rhyce Shaw to retire at end of 2015 seasonSYDNEY defender Rhyce Shaw will retire at season’s end after a career at the Sw
Rhyce Shaw to retire at end of 2015 season
Herald Sun / Posted 9 days ago
SYDNEY defender Rhyce Shaw will retire at season’s end after a career at the Swans and Collingwood that included the 2012 premiership. Shaw, 33, told his fellow Swans of his decision this week, with coach John Longmire full of praise for a player he... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Swan Shaw to hang up bootsRhyce Shaw hopes to bow out on a high in 2015. Picture: Daniel Wilkins SYDNEY
Swan Shaw to hang up boots
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Rhyce Shaw hopes to bow out on a high in 2015. Picture: Daniel Wilkins SYDNEY defender Rhyce Shaw will retire at season’s end after a career at the Swans and Collingwood that included the 2012 premiership. Shaw, 33, told his fellow Swans of his... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Cemetery tour offeredResidents of the Harbour City will have an opportunity to learn about one of Na
Cemetery tour offered
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 9 days ago
Residents of the Harbour City will have an opportunity to learn about one of Nanaimo’s oldest cemeteries. On Thursday (Aug. 20) the Nanaimo Museum will be giving a guided tour of the Wellington Cemetery. The cemetery, located on Ledgerwood Road in... Read more
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BC Local News
Cemetery tour offeredResidents of the Harbour City will have an opportunity to learn about one of Na
Cemetery tour offered
BC Local News / Posted 9 days ago
Residents of the Harbour City will have an opportunity to learn about one of Nanaimo’s oldest cemeteries. On Thursday (Aug. 20) the Nanaimo Museum will be giving a guided tour of the Wellington Cemetery. The cemetery, located on Ledgerwood Road in... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Premiership race filled with feel-good storiesEVERYONE loves a finals fairytale. In a season rocked by tragedy, controversy
Premiership race filled with feel-good stories
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
EVERYONE loves a finals fairytale. In a season rocked by tragedy, controversy and complaints about the way the game is being played, the prospect of Bob Murphy or Tex Walker holding the cup aloft is enough to bring a smile to the faces of even the... Read more
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The Courier
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film FestivalA bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for th
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film Festival
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
A bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for the big screen and local films get a distribution boost, in our wrap up of local and international film news. Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more... Read more
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Perth Now
Who’s ready for a finals fairytale?EVERYONE loves a finals fairytale. In a season rocked by tragedy, controversy
Who’s ready for a finals fairytale?
Perth Now / Posted 10 days ago
EVERYONE loves a finals fairytale. In a season rocked by tragedy, controversy and complaints about the way the game is being played, the prospect of Bob Murphy or Tex Walker holding the cup aloft is enough to bring a smile to the faces of even the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film FestivalA bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for th
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film Festival
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 days ago
A bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for the big screen and local films get a distribution boost, in our wrap up of local and international film news. Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more... Read more
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The Young Witness
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film FestivalA bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for th
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film Festival
The Young Witness / Posted 10 days ago
A bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for the big screen and local films get a distribution boost, in our wrap up of local and international film news. Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more... Read more
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Western Advocate
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film FestivalA bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for th
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film Festival
Western Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
A bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for the big screen and local films get a distribution boost, in our wrap up of local and international film news. Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film FestivalA bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for th
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film Festival
Kiama Independent / Posted 10 days ago
A bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for the big screen and local films get a distribution boost, in our wrap up of local and international film news. Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more... Read more
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Manning River Times
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film FestivalA bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for th
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film Festival
Manning River Times / Posted 10 days ago
A bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for the big screen and local films get a distribution boost, in our wrap up of local and international film news. Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film FestivalA bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for th
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film Festival
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 10 days ago
A bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for the big screen and local films get a distribution boost, in our wrap up of local and international film news. Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more... Read more
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The North West Star
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film FestivalA bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for th
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film Festival
The North West Star / Posted 10 days ago
A bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for the big screen and local films get a distribution boost, in our wrap up of local and international film news. Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film FestivalA bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for th
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film Festival
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 days ago
A bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for the big screen and local films get a distribution boost, in our wrap up of local and international film news. Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more... Read more
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The Border Mail
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film FestivalA bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for th
Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more Australian interest to the Toronto International Film Festival
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
A bumper line-up of Australian films head to Toronto, a ute muster heads for the big screen and local films get a distribution boost, in our wrap up of local and international film news. Short Cuts: Anthony LaPaglia's A Month Of Sundays adds more... Read more
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Perth Now
Flag fairy tales, feel-good finals awaitIT might be Hawthorn’s to lose but there’s no shortage of finals fairytales in
Flag fairy tales, feel-good finals await
Perth Now / Posted 10 days ago
IT might be Hawthorn’s to lose but there’s no shortage of finals fairytales in this year’s premiership race. In a season rocked by tragedy, controversy and complaints about the way the game is being played, the prospect of the Western Bulldogs or... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Clean-up drive to keep highway spick and spanMANY locals have complained about the increasing amount of rubbish lining the S
Clean-up drive to keep highway spick and span
Daily Examiner / Posted 10 days ago
MANY locals have complained about the increasing amount of rubbish lining the Sapphire to Woolgoolga stretch of the Pacific Highway. The Coffs Coast Advocate are acting on your concerns and starting a campaign to clean up the mess. This week, we've... Read more
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Herald Sun
Premiership race filled with feel-good storiesIT might be Hawthorn’s to lose but there’s no shortage of finals fairytales in
Premiership race filled with feel-good stories
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
IT might be Hawthorn’s to lose but there’s no shortage of finals fairytales in this year’s premiership race. In a season rocked by tragedy, controversy and complaints about the way the game is being played, the prospect of the Western Bulldogs or... Read more
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Adelaide Now
SeaLink Travel group delivered a record profit result with all of its travel businesses firingSEALINK Travel Group delivered record sales across all of its business units, r
SeaLink Travel group delivered a record profit result with all of its travel businesses firing
Adelaide Now / Posted 10 days ago
SEALINK Travel Group delivered record sales across all of its business units, resulting in underlying net profit jumping 21 per cent. The Adelaide-based travel group posted an underlying net profit of $9.6 million or revenue growth of 7 per cent to... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Terry Antonis PAOK FC transfer: Sydney FC midfielder seals move to Greek Super League clubSYDNEY FC midfielder Terry Antonis has officially signed for Greek Super League
Terry Antonis PAOK FC transfer: Sydney FC midfielder seals move to Greek Super League club
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
SYDNEY FC midfielder Terry Antonis has officially signed for Greek Super League club PAOK FC after putting pen to paper on a three year deal with the Greek giants. The 21 year old Socceroo completed his medical in Europe this week and thanked the... Read more
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