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The spring hunting referendum is a war and not just a battle according to hunters federation president Joe Perici Calascione, who said hunters were ready for the campaign fight. He was speaking to...
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2015/02/28 11:38
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Jaitley proposes gold bonds, monetisation schemes Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Saturday proposed steps to monetise the yellow metal by introducing a gold bond and a monetisation scheme besides...
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Defence budget rises by 7.7 per cent Defence Budget has been increased by only 7.74 per cent giving forces Rs 2,46,727 crore in r 2015-16 compared to Rs 2,29,000 crore in the last fiscal. "Defence...
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It is essential that we bring about a paradigm shift in the mindset, to better appreciate all the benefits of sustainable development. If we ignore the long term intangible benefits of sustainable...
2015/02/28 11:27
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NRL boss Dave Smith says he is prepared to open his war chest and make Greg Inglis the first beneficiary of his special fund to keep elite players in the game. NRL boss Dave Smith says he is prepared...
2015/02/28 10:49
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Paula Meehan: the poet at 60 The Hennessy Hall of Fame poet looks back on her childhood and the path that led her to ‘stand up for the word’ “I’m just delighted I survived. I still can’t believe it....
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Raymond Mangion, head of the Faculty of Law ’s Department of Legal History and Methodology, leafs through the capitula listed in Stanley Fiorini ’s latest work to trace salient events in Maltese...
2015/02/28 09:36
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NORTHERN NSW Local Health District has denied its Aboriginal health education officers are overworked, underpaid and desperate for dedicated Indigenous cancer care staff. When asked directly whether...
2015/02/28 08:05
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The Canadian government's steadfast refusal to launch a national inquiry into missing aboriginal women and girls has stirred controversy in election year, pitting Ottawa against Indigenous groups. A...
2015/02/28 08:03
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Johannesburg - Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa expressed shock on Friday at the death of radio presenter and traditional singer, Saba Mbixane. "This legend of the airwaves served the...
2015/02/28 06:43
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Bird's nest coffee is pictured for sale at an outlet at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2. Photo by Olivia Harris, Reuters KUALA LUMPUR - Prized in China for its alleged health benefits for...
2015/02/28 05:30
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Modi’s government faces a major test today that could wreck the leader's promises of ‘Acche Din’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi's stomach for free-market economics faces a major test on Saturday, in a...
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2015/02/28 05:20
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Marcia Neave, the Commissioner into family violence. Photo: Eddie Jim The head of Victoria's first royal commission into family violence is no stranger to delving into grim and untrodden...
2015/02/28 04:51
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Updated: 02/27/2015 9:37 PM | Created: 02/27/2015 9:32 PM By: Stephanie Claytor, KOB Eyewitness News 4 Indigenous designs being showcased at New York Fashion Week has many in the Navajo Nation...
2015/02/28 03:03
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West Coast coach Adam Simpson has every reason to be pleased with how the Eagles are shaping up with two AFL pre-season wins already, but all that could be undone if the worst is confirmed with star...
2015/02/28 02:57
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The ol’ Spoils, in his perpetual state of wanting to fall, had it right when he opened his prizewinning 1955 kaiso Picking Sense out of Nonsense: “Every day when you wake in la Trinity, bet your life...
2015/02/28 02:23
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IT'S hard to believe the tranquil Mexican surfing village of La Ticla has a dark history of violence that it's still finding difficult to shake. Every year this small beachside village relies on...
2015/02/28 01:39
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Aboriginal leaders are calling on the federal government to strengthen its plans for a missing-persons and unidentified-remains DNA data bank, saying families of vanished women need answers. Concerns...
2015/02/28 01:26
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Gillian Triggs: Brian Burdekin slams 'disgraceful' attacks by Tony Abbott and George Brandis on Human Rights Commissioner Australia's first federal human rights commissioner says both Tony Abbott and...
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DESPERATE celebrities are all over our televisions munching insects in a bizarre attempt to cement their fame. But some people are choosing a creepy-crawly diet because it’s healthy and...
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