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Manning River Times
Rise and Shine | Tuesday, August 30, 2016for the upcoming Bellingen Shire Council elections and will launch their Local
Rise and Shine | Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Manning River Times / Posted 4 hours ago
for the upcoming Bellingen Shire Council elections and will launch their Local Government Campaign today at the Information Centre Urunga. Read on Jennie Fenton and Dominic King.Aboriginal mural comes to life Months of hard work are going into a... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Tuesday, August 30, 2016Holder. (Front row) Jodi Keast, Kathy Rice and Beth Woodstone. 7.52am: A Bega
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 hours ago
Holder. (Front row) Jodi Keast, Kathy Rice and Beth Woodstone. 7.52am: A Bega woman who pleaded guilty to a shopping centre stabbing that left a woman fighting for life has been sentenced to more than five years jail. More details. Gene... Read more
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Manning River Times
Rise and Shine | Tuesday, August 30, 2016is set to be one of the longest in the southern hemisphere. The Aboriginal mura
Rise and Shine | Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Manning River Times / Posted 5 hours ago
is set to be one of the longest in the southern hemisphere. The Aboriginal mural will line the wall between Taree Service Centre and Purfleet. Port Macquarie's newest centenarian is Jim Whitbourne On August 29, 1916 Jim Whitbourne entered the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Questions & Answers - 24 August 2016who was very, very supportive of the programme that was rolled out. Yes, there
Questions & Answers - 24 August 2016
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 5 days ago
who was very, very supportive of the programme that was rolled out. Yes, there have been some issues in relation to mining, but to argue that the Government is responsible for that, given the downturn in commodity prices, is a novel one. If... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The next phase of Australia's diminishing tax base? Losing billions in revenue to China and IndiaAustralia produces few goods and services that may be taxed and, at the same ti
The next phase of Australia's diminishing tax base? Losing billions in revenue to China and India
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
Australia produces few goods and services that may be taxed and, at the same time, loses out on billions of dollars of mining company revenue to China and India. And where governments, scrambling to fund new roads, schools and hospitals for... Read more
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WA Today
The next phase of Australia's diminishing tax base? Losing billions in revenue to China and IndiaAustralia produces few goods and services that may be taxed and, at the same ti
The next phase of Australia's diminishing tax base? Losing billions in revenue to China and India
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
Australia produces few goods and services that may be taxed and, at the same time, loses out on billions of dollars of mining company revenue to China and India. And where governments, scrambling to fund new roads, schools and hospitals for... Read more
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The Age
The next phase of Australia's diminishing tax base? Losing billions in revenue to China and IndiaAustralia produces few goods and services that may be taxed and, at the same ti
The next phase of Australia's diminishing tax base? Losing billions in revenue to China and India
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
Australia produces few goods and services that may be taxed and, at the same time, loses out on billions of dollars of mining company revenue to China and India. And where governments, scrambling to fund new roads, schools and hospitals for... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The next phase of Australia's diminishing tax base? Losing billions in revenue to China and IndiaAustralia produces few goods and services that may be taxed and, at the same ti
The next phase of Australia's diminishing tax base? Losing billions in revenue to China and India
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Australia produces few goods and services that may be taxed and, at the same time, loses out on billions of dollars of mining company revenue to China and India. And where governments, scrambling to fund new roads, schools and hospitals for... Read more
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Canberra Times
The next phase of Australia's diminishing tax base? Losing billions in revenue to China and IndiaAustralia produces few goods and services that may be taxed and, at the same ti
The next phase of Australia's diminishing tax base? Losing billions in revenue to China and India
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
Australia produces few goods and services that may be taxed and, at the same time, loses out on billions of dollars of mining company revenue to China and India. And where governments, scrambling to fund new roads, schools and hospitals for... Read more
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The Courier
The next phase of Australia's diminishing tax base? Losing billions in revenue to China and IndiaAustralia produces little goods and services that may be taxed, and at the same
The next phase of Australia's diminishing tax base? Losing billions in revenue to China and India
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
Australia produces little goods and services that may be taxed, and at the same time, loses out on billions of dollars of mining company revenue to China and India. Imagine a world where Australia produces few goods and services that may be taxed... Read more
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WA Today
Australia and China, a changing partnershipin western China's Sichuan province, an area more known for it's hiking and cul
Australia and China, a changing partnership
WA Today / Posted 10 days ago
in western China's Sichuan province, an area more known for it's hiking and culture, lies one of the worlds largest Bitcoin mining sites that is part owned by Melbourne based Bitcoin Group. Lisa Murray investigates. A major report, released this... Read more
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The Age
Australia and China, a changing partnershipin western China's Sichuan province, an area more known for it's hiking and cul
Australia and China, a changing partnership
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
in western China's Sichuan province, an area more known for it's hiking and culture, lies one of the worlds largest Bitcoin mining sites that is part owned by Melbourne based Bitcoin Group. Lisa Murray investigates. A major report, released this... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australia and China, a changing partnershipin western China's Sichuan province, an area more known for it's hiking and cul
Australia and China, a changing partnership
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
in western China's Sichuan province, an area more known for it's hiking and culture, lies one of the worlds largest Bitcoin mining sites that is part owned by Melbourne based Bitcoin Group. Lisa Murray investigates. A major report, released this... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australia and China, a changing partnershipin western China's Sichuan province, an area more known for it's hiking and cul
Australia and China, a changing partnership
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
in western China's Sichuan province, an area more known for it's hiking and culture, lies one of the worlds largest Bitcoin mining sites that is part owned by Melbourne based Bitcoin Group. Lisa Murray investigates. A major report, released this... Read more
4 related stories
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Brisbane Times
Australia and China, a changing partnershipin western China's Sichuan province, an area more known for it's hiking and cul
Australia and China, a changing partnership
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
in western China's Sichuan province, an area more known for it's hiking and culture, lies one of the worlds largest Bitcoin mining sites that is part owned by Melbourne based Bitcoin Group. Lisa Murray investigates. A major report, released this... Read more
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heraldscotland
Data project could save oil industry billionsof pounds. The joint project between NEL, Robert Gordon University (RGU) and T
Data project could save oil industry billions
heraldscotland / Posted 13 days ago
of pounds. The joint project between NEL, Robert Gordon University (RGU) and The Data Lab, a Scottish government funded innovation centre, will upgrade the institute's data acquisition infrastructure system, allowing data to be analysed across... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nigeria Needs to Train 7.7 M People in 5 Years to Operate InfrastructureDr Kabir Usman, Director-General, Centre for Management Development, says Niger
Nigeria Needs to Train 7.7 M People in 5 Years to Operate Infrastructure
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 days ago
Dr Kabir Usman, Director-General, Centre for Management Development, says Nigeria needs to train 7.7 million people in the next five years to operate required infrastructure in the country. Usman said this in a document " Human Capital: A... Read more
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The Space Review
Focus on space in Germany’s G20 agendawealth from space-based resources. Achieving this potential will create hundred
Focus on space in Germany’s G20 agenda
The Space Review / Posted 21 days ago
wealth from space-based resources. Achieving this potential will create hundreds of thousands of well-paid jobs and drive innovation and scientific discovery. Building the space economy will also create tools and capabilities to address global... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Factors Affecting Performance of Students Pursuing Online Courses DiscussedEbène Heights, in Ebène Cyber-city. The resource person was Dr Santally, Associ
Factors Affecting Performance of Students Pursuing Online Courses Discussed
AllAfrica.com / Posted 21 days ago
Ebène Heights, in Ebène Cyber-city. The resource person was Dr Santally, Associate Professor and Officer in Charge of the Centre for Innovative Lifelong Learning, University of Mauritius. Regularity of students and their engagement in the course;... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Wheeling, W. Va.: Oglebay a most unusual resort but it worksWest Virginia. There’s something for everyone — a cliche that comes true at Og
Wheeling, W. Va.: Oglebay a most unusual resort but it works
Calgary Sun / Posted 22 days ago
West Virginia. There’s something for everyone — a cliche that comes true at Ogelbay, golf destination, park, conference centre, summer recreation attraction, water park, 6.5-hectare gardens, spa, ski resort, and did I mention the zoo, the lake... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Going strong: ABS date finds almost 60,000 new jobs created in regional NSWhow well regional NSW was going and said it was more impressive considering the
Going strong: ABS date finds almost 60,000 new jobs created in regional NSW
Daily Liberal / Posted 25 days ago
how well regional NSW was going and said it was more impressive considering the impact the drought and the decline of the mining industry was having in some areas. "Those figures are reflective of the strong position Dubbo finds itself in. We... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
New options for investors to buy gold amid safe haven demandmetals. Operating solely as a website at the moment, SK Bullion will have a br
New options for investors to buy gold amid safe haven demand
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 25 days ago
metals. Operating solely as a website at the moment, SK Bullion will have a brick-and-mortar store ready at Clifford Centre this month. Meanwhile, the building of a separate storage vault is underway and could be operational in the near... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
South African elections on Wednesday could determine future of Zuma’s ruleeconomic malaise and corruption that have already led to rising protests and di
South African elections on Wednesday could determine future of Zuma’s rule
The Globe and Mail / Posted 28 days ago
economic malaise and corruption that have already led to rising protests and discontent. A recent poll commissioned by the Centre for International Governance Innovation, based in Waterloo, Ont., found that 66 per cent of urban South Africans feel... Read more
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The North West Star
EditorialCloncurry. Another week, another big conference in the north west. Last week
Editorial
The North West Star / Posted 1 months ago
Cloncurry. Another week, another big conference in the north west. Last week health professionals gathered at Mount Isa’s Centre for Rural and Remote Health for the “Are You Remotely Interested” conference now this week it’s Cloncurry’s turn with... Read more

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