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News.com.au
Spiegeltent set to wow HobartLIMBO performers Evelyne Allard and Danik Abishev with musician Eamon McNelis.
Spiegeltent set to wow Hobart
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
LIMBO performers Evelyne Allard and Danik Abishev with musician Eamon McNelis. Picture: Jason Sammon AFTER wowing Hobart audiences in the past two years, the spectacular Spiegeltent returns next month with a huge line-up of shows and awe-inspiring... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europerecently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
recently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays caused from the accident to the Spirit and wharf in Melbourne due to strong winds. Though our trip time was nearly doubled everyone knew the staff were doing their... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europerecently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
recently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays caused from the accident to the Spirit and wharf in Melbourne due to strong winds. Though our trip time was nearly doubled everyone knew the staff were doing their... Read more
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The Young Witness
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europerecently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
The Young Witness / Posted 4 days ago
recently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays caused from the accident to the Spirit and wharf in Melbourne due to strong winds. Though our trip time was nearly doubled everyone knew the staff were doing their... Read more
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Western Advocate
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europerecently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
recently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays caused from the accident to the Spirit and wharf in Melbourne due to strong winds. Though our trip time was nearly doubled everyone knew the staff were doing their... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europerecently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 days ago
recently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays caused from the accident to the Spirit and wharf in Melbourne due to strong winds. Though our trip time was nearly doubled everyone knew the staff were doing their... Read more
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Manning River Times
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europerecently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Manning River Times / Posted 4 days ago
recently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays caused from the accident to the Spirit and wharf in Melbourne due to strong winds. Though our trip time was nearly doubled everyone knew the staff were doing their... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europerecently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 4 days ago
recently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays caused from the accident to the Spirit and wharf in Melbourne due to strong winds. Though our trip time was nearly doubled everyone knew the staff were doing their... Read more
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The North West Star
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europerecently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
recently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays caused from the accident to the Spirit and wharf in Melbourne due to strong winds. Though our trip time was nearly doubled everyone knew the staff were doing their... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europerecently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
recently travelled on their ship from Devonport and got caught up in the delays caused from the accident to the Spirit and wharf in Melbourne due to strong winds. Though our trip time was nearly doubled everyone knew the staff were doing their... Read more
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Brisbane Times
New Brisbane water taxis demand CBD accessA former Hobart water taxi (pictured awaiting a new paint scheme) will soon ope
New Brisbane water taxis demand CBD access
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
A former Hobart water taxi (pictured awaiting a new paint scheme) will soon operate in Brisbane. Photo: Supplied Brisbane's first water taxi in decades could be about to start operation along the city's eponymous river, but the CBD will remain off... Read more
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News.com.au
Dark Mofo returns to heat Hobartat PW1. Last day of Dark Mofo 2015. Picture: RICHARD JUPE MONA’s winter solsti
Dark Mofo returns to heat Hobart
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
at PW1. Last day of Dark Mofo 2015. Picture: RICHARD JUPE MONA’s winter solstice festival Dark Mofo will return to heat up Hobart this June, after organisers secured new funding agreements with the State Government and Hobart City Council. A... Read more
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News.com.au
14 reasons to visit this NSW gemcamping trip. Bournda National Park has 66 unpowered sites with easy access by
14 reasons to visit this NSW gem
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
camping trip. Bournda National Park has 66 unpowered sites with easy access by car (and caravans), showers and barbecues at Hobart Beach. If you prefer your camping a bit wilder, trek in to Nadgee Nature Reserve with plenty of food and water and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
14 reasons to visit this NSW gemcamping trip. Bournda National Park has 66 unpowered sites with easy access by
14 reasons to visit this NSW gem
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
camping trip. Bournda National Park has 66 unpowered sites with easy access by car (and caravans), showers and barbecues at Hobart Beach. If you prefer your camping a bit wilder, trek in to Nadgee Nature Reserve with plenty of food and water and... Read more
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Perth Now
14 reasons to visit this NSW gemcamping trip. Bournda National Park has 66 unpowered sites with easy access by
14 reasons to visit this NSW gem
Perth Now / Posted 14 days ago
camping trip. Bournda National Park has 66 unpowered sites with easy access by car (and caravans), showers and barbecues at Hobart Beach. If you prefer your camping a bit wilder, trek in to Nadgee Nature Reserve with plenty of food and water and... Read more
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Adelaide Now
14 reasons to visit this NSW gemcamping trip. Bournda National Park has 66 unpowered sites with easy access by
14 reasons to visit this NSW gem
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 days ago
camping trip. Bournda National Park has 66 unpowered sites with easy access by car (and caravans), showers and barbecues at Hobart Beach. If you prefer your camping a bit wilder, trek in to Nadgee Nature Reserve with plenty of food and water and... Read more
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Daily Examiner
AUSTRALIA DAY HONOURS: The full honours listhealth and industry innovation, and cultural organisations. The Honourable Mic
AUSTRALIA DAY HONOURS: The full honours list
Daily Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
health and industry innovation, and cultural organisations. The Honourable Michael Anthony AIRD 19 Pitt Street, North Hobart Tas 7000 For significant service to the Parliament and community of Tasmania, particularly to infrastructure... Read more
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Northern Star
AUSTRALIA DAY HONOURS: The full honours listhealth and industry innovation, and cultural organisations. The Honourable Mic
AUSTRALIA DAY HONOURS: The full honours list
Northern Star / Posted 15 days ago
health and industry innovation, and cultural organisations. The Honourable Michael Anthony AIRD 19 Pitt Street, North Hobart Tas 7000 For significant service to the Parliament and community of Tasmania, particularly to infrastructure... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
AUSTRALIA DAY HONOURS: The full honours listhealth and industry innovation, and cultural organisations. The Honourable Mic
AUSTRALIA DAY HONOURS: The full honours list
The Daily Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
health and industry innovation, and cultural organisations. The Honourable Michael Anthony AIRD 19 Pitt Street, North Hobart Tas 7000 For significant service to the Parliament and community of Tasmania, particularly to infrastructure... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
AUSTRALIA DAY HONOURS: The full honours listhealth and industry innovation, and cultural organisations. The Honourable Mic
AUSTRALIA DAY HONOURS: The full honours list
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
health and industry innovation, and cultural organisations. The Honourable Michael Anthony AIRD 19 Pitt Street, North Hobart Tas 7000 For significant service to the Parliament and community of Tasmania, particularly to infrastructure... Read more
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Queensland Times
AUSTRALIA DAY HONOURS: The full honours listhealth and industry innovation, and cultural organisations. The Honourable Mic
AUSTRALIA DAY HONOURS: The full honours list
Queensland Times / Posted 15 days ago
health and industry innovation, and cultural organisations. The Honourable Michael Anthony AIRD 19 Pitt Street, North Hobart Tas 7000 For significant service to the Parliament and community of Tasmania, particularly to infrastructure... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
AUSTRALIA DAY HONOURS: The full honours listhealth and industry innovation, and cultural organisations. The Honourable Mic
AUSTRALIA DAY HONOURS: The full honours list
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 15 days ago
health and industry innovation, and cultural organisations. The Honourable Michael Anthony AIRD 19 Pitt Street, North Hobart Tas 7000 For significant service to the Parliament and community of Tasmania, particularly to infrastructure... Read more
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News Mail
AUSTRALIA DAY HONOURS: The full honours listhealth and industry innovation, and cultural organisations. The Honourable Mic
AUSTRALIA DAY HONOURS: The full honours list
News Mail / Posted 15 days ago
health and industry innovation, and cultural organisations. The Honourable Michael Anthony AIRD 19 Pitt Street, North Hobart Tas 7000 For significant service to the Parliament and community of Tasmania, particularly to infrastructure... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old blockBookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferr
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old block
Daily Liberal / Posted 17 days ago
Bookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferry service between Triabunna​ (88km north of Hobart) and Darlington in summer, less frequent crossings in winter. mariaislandferry.com.au. GO THERE FOR... A GOURMET... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old blockBookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferr
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old block
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 17 days ago
Bookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferry service between Triabunna​ (88km north of Hobart) and Darlington in summer, less frequent crossings in winter. mariaislandferry.com.au. GO THERE FOR... A GOURMET... Read more
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The Courier
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old blockBookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferr
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old block
The Courier / Posted 17 days ago
Bookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferry service between Triabunna​ (88km north of Hobart) and Darlington in summer, less frequent crossings in winter. mariaislandferry.com.au. GO THERE FOR... A GOURMET... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old blockBookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferr
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old block
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 17 days ago
Bookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferry service between Triabunna​ (88km north of Hobart) and Darlington in summer, less frequent crossings in winter. mariaislandferry.com.au. GO THERE FOR... A GOURMET... Read more
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The Young Witness
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old blockBookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferr
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old block
The Young Witness / Posted 17 days ago
Bookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferry service between Triabunna​ (88km north of Hobart) and Darlington in summer, less frequent crossings in winter. mariaislandferry.com.au. GO THERE FOR... A GOURMET... Read more
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Western Advocate
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old blockBookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferr
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old block
Western Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
Bookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferry service between Triabunna​ (88km north of Hobart) and Darlington in summer, less frequent crossings in winter. mariaislandferry.com.au. GO THERE FOR... A GOURMET... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old blockBookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferr
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old block
Kiama Independent / Posted 17 days ago
Bookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferry service between Triabunna​ (88km north of Hobart) and Darlington in summer, less frequent crossings in winter. mariaislandferry.com.au. GO THERE FOR... A GOURMET... Read more
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Manning River Times
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old blockBookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferr
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old block
Manning River Times / Posted 17 days ago
Bookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferry service between Triabunna​ (88km north of Hobart) and Darlington in summer, less frequent crossings in winter. mariaislandferry.com.au. GO THERE FOR... A GOURMET... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old blockBookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferr
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old block
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 17 days ago
Bookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferry service between Triabunna​ (88km north of Hobart) and Darlington in summer, less frequent crossings in winter. mariaislandferry.com.au. GO THERE FOR... A GOURMET... Read more
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The North West Star
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old blockBookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferr
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old block
The North West Star / Posted 17 days ago
Bookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferry service between Triabunna​ (88km north of Hobart) and Darlington in summer, less frequent crossings in winter. mariaislandferry.com.au. GO THERE FOR... A GOURMET... Read more
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The Border Mail
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old blockBookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferr
Tasmania's islands: Chips off the old block
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
Bookings essential. Tel: (03) 6256-4772. There is a twice daily 30-minute ferry service between Triabunna​ (88km north of Hobart) and Darlington in summer, less frequent crossings in winter. mariaislandferry.com.au. GO THERE FOR... A GOURMET... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Lost tribe of Louis Nowra's Golden Age make timely returntongue, nowt goldy sow [sperm], nowt 'istory." The only way to preserve it, she
Lost tribe of Louis Nowra's Golden Age make timely return
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
tongue, nowt goldy sow [sperm], nowt 'istory." The only way to preserve it, she reasons, is to follow the bushwalkers to Hobart. It proves a fateful decision. Rather than being assimilated into society, concerns are raised that the group's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The Golden Age review: A brilliant and complex interrogation of Australian cultureZindzi Okenyo in Sydney Theatre Company's The Golden Age. Photo: Lisa Tomasetti
The Golden Age review: A brilliant and complex interrogation of Australian culture
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
Zindzi Okenyo in Sydney Theatre Company's The Golden Age. Photo: Lisa Tomasetti Reviewer rating: Sydney Theatre Company Wharf 1, January 19. Until February 20 Alongside Griffin's production of Reg Cribb's Thomas Murray and the Upside Down... Read more
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News.com.au
Fireworks to light up Hobart harbour tonightBoutique cruise ship Azamara Quest at Portside Wharf in Brisbane. Picture: TIM
Fireworks to light up Hobart harbour tonight
News.com.au / Posted 21 days ago
Boutique cruise ship Azamara Quest at Portside Wharf in Brisbane. Picture: TIM MARSDEN A FIREWORKS display will greet the 680 passengers and 400 crew on board cruise ship the Azamara Quest when it makes its maiden call to Hobart tonight. The... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
The Royal Navy’s HMS Protector in Christchurchof the Antarctic Treaty System and to protect the Southern Ocean from illegal f
The Royal Navy’s HMS Protector in Christchurch
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 21 days ago
of the Antarctic Treaty System and to protect the Southern Ocean from illegal fishing activities.HMS PROTECTOR sailed from Hobart in mid December with a team of New Zealand and Australian Officers embarked. With their invaluable support, PROTECTOR... Read more
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The Age
Mofo review: Incendiary set from Kate Tempest caps laidback weekend at Walshy'sCoyne of the Flaming Lips performs at Mofo 2016. Photo: MONA/Remi Chauvin Muse
Mofo review: Incendiary set from Kate Tempest caps laidback weekend at Walshy's
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
Coyne of the Flaming Lips performs at Mofo 2016. Photo: MONA/Remi Chauvin Museum of Old and New Art + various venues, Hobart The website says the event formerly known as MONA FOMA is eight years old, which is technically correct but seems... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The South Coast Regional Wrap | Tuesday, January 12, 2016came within metres of the animal while on holiday last Wednesday at the scenic
The South Coast Regional Wrap | Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Kiama Independent / Posted 29 days ago
came within metres of the animal while on holiday last Wednesday at the scenic coastal town ahead of this weekend’s Tathra Wharf 2 Waves. Read all about it. 8.04am: Sick of mobile black spots? Here’s your chance to help fix them. The deadline for... Read more
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The Age
Australian scientists embark on wildlife missionwill decline as water temperatures rise. Chief investigator Andrew Constable w
Australian scientists embark on wildlife mission
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
will decline as water temperatures rise. Chief investigator Andrew Constable will lead an international fleet that departs Hobart on Monday to study krill populations in the Kerguelen Axis, southwest of Australia. As global temperatures rise, Dr... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian scientists embark on wildlife missionwill decline as water temperatures rise. Chief investigator Andrew Constable w
Australian scientists embark on wildlife mission
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
will decline as water temperatures rise. Chief investigator Andrew Constable will lead an international fleet that departs Hobart on Monday to study krill populations in the Kerguelen Axis, southwest of Australia. As global temperatures rise, Dr... Read more
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Herald Sun
Aust scientists embark on wildlife missionwill decline as water temperatures rise. Chief investigator Andrew Constable w
Aust scientists embark on wildlife mission
Herald Sun / Posted a month ago
will decline as water temperatures rise. Chief investigator Andrew Constable will lead an international fleet that departs Hobart on Monday to study krill populations in the Kerguelen Axis, southwest of Australia. As global temperatures rise, Dr... Read more
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News.com.au
Aust scientists embark on wildlife missionwill decline as water temperatures rise. Chief investigator Andrew Constable w
Aust scientists embark on wildlife mission
News.com.au / Posted a month ago
will decline as water temperatures rise. Chief investigator Andrew Constable will lead an international fleet that departs Hobart on Monday to study krill populations in the Kerguelen Axis, southwest of Australia. As global temperatures rise, Dr... Read more
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Perth Now
Aust scientists embark on wildlife missionwill decline as water temperatures rise. Chief investigator Andrew Constable w
Aust scientists embark on wildlife mission
Perth Now / Posted a month ago
will decline as water temperatures rise. Chief investigator Andrew Constable will lead an international fleet that departs Hobart on Monday to study krill populations in the Kerguelen Axis, southwest of Australia. As global temperatures rise, Dr... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Aust scientists embark on wildlife missionwill decline as water temperatures rise. Chief investigator Andrew Constable w
Aust scientists embark on wildlife mission
Adelaide Now / Posted a month ago
will decline as water temperatures rise. Chief investigator Andrew Constable will lead an international fleet that departs Hobart on Monday to study krill populations in the Kerguelen Axis, southwest of Australia. As global temperatures rise, Dr... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Aust scientists embark on wildlife missionwill decline as water temperatures rise. Chief investigator Andrew Constable w
Aust scientists embark on wildlife mission
The Courier Mail / Posted a month ago
will decline as water temperatures rise. Chief investigator Andrew Constable will lead an international fleet that departs Hobart on Monday to study krill populations in the Kerguelen Axis, southwest of Australia. As global temperatures rise, Dr... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The man who scares the sharksare having a bad day, the occasional dumb one and the rare serial killer.” Mr
The man who scares the sharks
The Courier Mail / Posted 1 months ago
are having a bad day, the occasional dumb one and the rare serial killer.” Mr Poole — who is based at the Rushcutters Bay wharf in Sydney’s eastern suburbs — spends roughly 40 hours per week underwater and says bull sharks are so rife this side of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The man who scares the sharksare having a bad day, the occasional dumb one and the rare serial killer.” Mr
The man who scares the sharks
Daily Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
are having a bad day, the occasional dumb one and the rare serial killer.” Mr Poole — who is based at the Rushcutters Bay wharf in Sydney’s eastern suburbs — spends roughly 40 hours per week underwater and says bull sharks are so rife this side of... Read more

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