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The Age
What lurks beneath? Victoria's toxic challengein Cranbourne shortly before it was recommended that residents evacuate the are
What lurks beneath? Victoria's toxic challenge
The Age / Posted yesterday
in Cranbourne shortly before it was recommended that residents evacuate the area due to high levels of methane gas. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The Richmond tarpit saga highlights the risks of our collective ignorance about Victoria's vast - and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
What lurks beneath? Victoria's toxic challengein Cranbourne shortly before it was recommended that residents evacuate the are
What lurks beneath? Victoria's toxic challenge
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
in Cranbourne shortly before it was recommended that residents evacuate the area due to high levels of methane gas. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The Richmond tarpit saga highlights the risks of our collective ignorance about Victoria's vast - and... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Get 10c back for each recycled can from 2018Miles. Starting in 2018, Queenslanders will be able to get 10 cents for each d
Get 10c back for each recycled can from 2018
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
Miles. Starting in 2018, Queenslanders will be able to get 10 cents for each drink can they take in for recycling. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The money from recycling plastic, cans and cardboard containers could raise $25 million for community... Read more
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The Age
Patricia Piccinini creation Skywhale delights Melbourne viewerswith her Skywhale hovering above the ACCA forecourt, marking one of the art-bea
Patricia Piccinini creation Skywhale delights Melbourne viewers
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
with her Skywhale hovering above the ACCA forecourt, marking one of the art-beast's rare public appearances. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones "She has quite a big family and they come to see her when she comes out," Piccinini said on... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra jail may get supervised injecting room under prison syringe schemeis to reduce the spread of serious blood-borne viruses among detainees" – Corre
Canberra jail may get supervised injecting room under prison syringe scheme
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
is to reduce the spread of serious blood-borne viruses among detainees" – Corrections Minister Shane Rattenbury. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The working group's decision comes after a year of consideration and signals a PNSP may now finally be... Read more
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The Age
Banksy stencils 'destroyed' in AC/DC Lane construction worksprofit from the 'cool'". Street art expert Andrew McDonald next to an original
Banksy stencils 'destroyed' in AC/DC Lane construction works
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
profit from the 'cool'". Street art expert Andrew McDonald next to an original Banksy in one of Melbourne's lanes. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Over the years Melbourne City Council has strived to protect Banksy's works, including installing a... Read more
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The Courier
30 Ballarat jobs to come in tram worksat least. Driver's seat: the cockpit of the new E-class trams. Electrical part
30 Ballarat jobs to come in tram works
The Courier / Posted 17 days ago
at least. Driver's seat: the cockpit of the new E-class trams. Electrical parts of them will be made in Ballarat. PICTURE: Michael Clayton-Jones New trams will be back in Ballarat. Well, part of them at least. A Delacombe company will put on 30... Read more
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The Age
Material world: why we're wired to consumeexperts across the globe. Artwork by Zest at Southern Cross station aims at 'n
Material world: why we're wired to consume
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
experts across the globe. Artwork by Zest at Southern Cross station aims at 'nudging' people to take the stairs. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The United Nations Environment Program estimates it will take three Earths to service our current... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Material world: why we're wired to consumeexperts across the globe. Artwork by Zest at Southern Cross station aims at 'n
Material world: why we're wired to consume
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
experts across the globe. Artwork by Zest at Southern Cross station aims at 'nudging' people to take the stairs. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The United Nations Environment Program estimates it will take three Earths to service our current... Read more
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WA Today
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economiststax. Monash University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company t
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
WA Today / Posted 30 days ago
tax. Monash University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company tax, don't do it for miners or banks. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones MCJ Supporters of Labor's plan to wind back negative gearing and capital gains tax concessions... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economiststax. Monash University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company t
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
Brisbane Times / Posted 30 days ago
tax. Monash University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company tax, don't do it for miners or banks. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones MCJ Supporters of Labor's plan to wind back negative gearing and capital gains tax concessions... Read more
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The Age
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economistsUniversity professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company tax, don't do
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company tax, don't do it for miners or banks. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones MCJ Industry Super chief economist Stephen Anthony said much of the money should be found by paring... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economistsUniversity professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company tax, don't do
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company tax, don't do it for miners or banks. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones MCJ Industry Super chief economist Stephen Anthony said much of the money should be found by paring... Read more
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Canberra Times
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economiststax. Monash University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company t
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
Canberra Times / Posted 30 days ago
tax. Monash University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company tax, don't do it for miners or banks. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones MCJ Supporters of Labor's plan to wind back negative gearing and capital gains tax concessions... Read more
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