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Perth Now
MasterChef starts to sizzle in ratingsrevelled in the absence of The Voice, topping a million viewers to place second
MasterChef starts to sizzle in ratings
Perth Now / Posted 4 hours ago
revelled in the absence of The Voice, topping a million viewers to place second in the overnight TV ratings. The Network Ten cooking show attracted 1.058 million viewers to finish second to only Seven News (1.092 million). Also... Read more
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The Courier Mail
MasterChef starts to sizzle in ratingsrevelled in the absence of The Voice, topping a million viewers to place second
MasterChef starts to sizzle in ratings
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
revelled in the absence of The Voice, topping a million viewers to place second in the overnight TV ratings. The Network Ten cooking show attracted 1.058 million viewers to finish second to only Seven News (1.092 million). Also... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Future of news uncertain as WIN plans to stay on airnightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-
Future of news uncertain as WIN plans to stay on air
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 hours ago
nightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-based WIN is expected to switch over to Network Ten programs such as Masterchef, The Project and Family Feud following Nine Entertainment's surprise announcement on... Read more
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Perth Now
Perry: Women’s game can grow to match men’slast summer – nearly 13,000 fans were at the MCG to watch the Renegades take on
Perry: Women’s game can grow to match men’s
Perth Now / Posted 22 hours ago
last summer – nearly 13,000 fans were at the MCG to watch the Renegades take on the Stars – and was a ratings hit for Network Ten. The network had initially planned to broadcast eight games, but in the end it televised 10, picking up the two... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Perry: Women’s game can match men’slast summer – nearly 13,000 fans were at the MCG to watch the Renegades take on
Perry: Women’s game can match men’s
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
last summer – nearly 13,000 fans were at the MCG to watch the Renegades take on the Stars – and was a ratings hit for Network Ten. The network had initially planned to broadcast eight games, but in the end it televised 10, picking up the two... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Women’s cricket: Southern Stars’ Ellyse Perry on the Women’s Big Bash League, Kia Super League and Australian cricketlast summer – nearly 13,000 fans were at the MCG to watch the Renegades take on
Women’s cricket: Southern Stars’ Ellyse Perry on the Women’s Big Bash League, Kia Super League and Australian cricket
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted yesterday
last summer – nearly 13,000 fans were at the MCG to watch the Renegades take on the Stars – and was a ratings hit for Network Ten. The network had initially planned to broadcast eight games, but in the end it televised 10, picking up the two... Read more
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MumBRELLA
Mumbrella Awards 2016 shortlist revealedEnsemble and One Green Bean for LEGO – Make LEGO the star of Christmas PHD Aus
Mumbrella Awards 2016 shortlist revealed
MumBRELLA / Posted yesterday
Ensemble and One Green Bean for LEGO – Make LEGO the star of Christmas PHD Australia, The Hallway and Shine Australia, Network Ten for Google – OK Google, what’s a Yuzu? Ad campaign of the year Clemenger BBDO, Will O’Rourke/Revolver and... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Future of WIN news bulletins uncertain amid programming shake-upnightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-
Future of WIN news bulletins uncertain amid programming shake-up
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
nightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-based WIN is expected to switch over to Network Ten programs such as Masterchef, The Project and Family Feud following Nine Entertainment’s surprise announcement on... Read more
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Daily Liberal
It's Budget timenightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-
It's Budget time
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
nightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-based WIN is expected to switch over to Network Ten programs such as Masterchef, The Project and Family Feud following Nine Entertainment’s surprise announcement on... Read more
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Western Advocate
Future of WIN news bulletins uncertain amid programming shake-upnightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-
Future of WIN news bulletins uncertain amid programming shake-up
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
nightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-based WIN is expected to switch over to Network Ten programs such as Masterchef, The Project and Family Feud following Nine Entertainment’s surprise announcement on... Read more
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Western Advocate
It's Budget timenightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-
It's Budget time
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
nightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-based WIN is expected to switch over to Network Ten programs such as Masterchef, The Project and Family Feud following Nine Entertainment’s surprise announcement on... Read more
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The Age
Future unclear for WIN's nightly local news bulletinsthe future of WIN's nightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains u
Future unclear for WIN's nightly local news bulletins
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
the future of WIN's nightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. WIN is expected to switch over to Network Ten programs such as Masterchef, The Project and Family Feud following Nine Entertainment's surprise announcement on... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Future unclear for WIN's nightly local news bulletinsthe future of WIN's nightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains u
Future unclear for WIN's nightly local news bulletins
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
the future of WIN's nightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. WIN is expected to switch over to Network Ten programs such as Masterchef, The Project and Family Feud following Nine Entertainment's surprise announcement on... Read more
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Canberra Times
Future unclear for WIN's nightly local news bulletinsunclear. Uncertain future: WIN Canberra news readers Amy Duggan and Kerryn Joh
Future unclear for WIN's nightly local news bulletins
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
unclear. Uncertain future: WIN Canberra news readers Amy Duggan and Kerryn Johnston. WIN is expected to switch over to Network Ten programs such as Masterchef, The Project and Family Feud following Nine Entertainment's surprise announcement on... Read more
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Daily Liberal
New deal switches Nine with Tenand the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo cha
New deal switches Nine with Ten
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
and the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo channels, which will drop the programming of Network Ten and be re-branded as Nine. WIN, owned by Bermuda-based billionaire Bruce Gordon, is expected to pick up Ten's... Read more
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The Border Mail
WIN reassures staffnightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-
WIN reassures staff
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
nightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-based WIN is expected to switch over to Network Ten programs such as Masterchef and The Project following Nine Entertainment’s announcement on Friday of a five-year... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Future unclear for WIN’s nightly local news bulletinsnightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-
Future unclear for WIN’s nightly local news bulletins
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
nightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-based WIN is expected to switch over to Network Ten programs such as Masterchef, The Project and Family Feud following Nine Entertainment’s surprise announcement on... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
WIN reassures staffnightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-
WIN reassures staff
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
nightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-based WIN is expected to switch over to Network Ten programs such as Masterchef and The Project following Nine Entertainment’s announcement on Friday of a five-year... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Future unclear for WIN’s nightly local news bulletinsnightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-
Future unclear for WIN’s nightly local news bulletins
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
nightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-based WIN is expected to switch over to Network Ten programs such as Masterchef, The Project and Family Feud following Nine Entertainment’s surprise announcement on... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Future unclear for WIN’s nightly local news bulletinsnightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-
Future unclear for WIN’s nightly local news bulletins
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
nightly local news bulletins in 15 regional areas remains unclear. Wollongong-based WIN is expected to switch over to Network Ten programs such as Masterchef, The Project and Family Feud following Nine Entertainment’s surprise announcement on... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine dealand the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo cha
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine deal
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
and the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo channels, which will drop the programming of Network Ten and be re-branded as Nine. WIN, owned by Bermuda-based billionaire Bruce Gordon, is expected to pick up Ten's... Read more
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The Border Mail
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine dealand the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo cha
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine deal
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
and the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo channels, which will drop the programming of Network Ten and be re-branded as Nine. WIN, owned by Bermuda-based billionaire Bruce Gordon, is expected to pick up Ten's... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine dealand the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo cha
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine deal
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
and the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo channels, which will drop the programming of Network Ten and be re-branded as Nine. WIN, owned by Bermuda-based billionaire Bruce Gordon, is expected to pick up Ten's... Read more
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The Courier
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine dealand the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo cha
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine deal
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
and the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo channels, which will drop the programming of Network Ten and be re-branded as Nine. WIN, owned by Bermuda-based billionaire Bruce Gordon, is expected to pick up Ten's... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine dealand the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo cha
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine deal
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
and the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo channels, which will drop the programming of Network Ten and be re-branded as Nine. WIN, owned by Bermuda-based billionaire Bruce Gordon, is expected to pick up Ten's... Read more
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The Young Witness
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine dealand the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo cha
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine deal
The Young Witness / Posted 3 days ago
and the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo channels, which will drop the programming of Network Ten and be re-branded as Nine. WIN, owned by Bermuda-based billionaire Bruce Gordon, is expected to pick up Ten's... Read more
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Canberra Times
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine dealand the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo cha
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine deal
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
and the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo channels, which will drop the programming of Network Ten and be re-branded as Nine. Programs including The Voice will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo channels.... Read more
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Western Advocate
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine dealand the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo cha
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine deal
Western Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
and the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo channels, which will drop the programming of Network Ten and be re-branded as Nine. WIN, owned by Bermuda-based billionaire Bruce Gordon, is expected to pick up Ten's... Read more
31 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine dealand the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo cha
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine deal
Kiama Independent / Posted 3 days ago
and the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo channels, which will drop the programming of Network Ten and be re-branded as Nine. WIN, owned by Bermuda-based billionaire Bruce Gordon, is expected to pick up Ten's... Read more
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Manning River Times
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine dealand the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo cha
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine deal
Manning River Times / Posted 3 days ago
and the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo channels, which will drop the programming of Network Ten and be re-branded as Nine. WIN, owned by Bermuda-based billionaire Bruce Gordon, is expected to pick up Ten's... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine dealand the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo cha
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine deal
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 3 days ago
and the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo channels, which will drop the programming of Network Ten and be re-branded as Nine. WIN, owned by Bermuda-based billionaire Bruce Gordon, is expected to pick up Ten's... Read more
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The North West Star
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine dealand the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo cha
Southern Cross Austereo to increase local TV content following Nine deal
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
and the National Rugby League will move from WIN to Southern Cross Austereo channels, which will drop the programming of Network Ten and be re-branded as Nine. WIN, owned by Bermuda-based billionaire Bruce Gordon, is expected to pick up Ten's... Read more
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Canberra Times
Extra markets up for grabs in WIN-Ten negotiationsbroadcaster Nine breaking its long-standing partnership with Bruce Gordon's WIN
Extra markets up for grabs in WIN-Ten negotiations
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
broadcaster Nine breaking its long-standing partnership with Bruce Gordon's WIN, which must now strike a deal to broadcast Network Ten's signals to regional Australia. Bruce Gordon's WIN is negotiating with Network Ten. Photo: Ken Robertson As... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Extra markets up for grabs in WIN-Ten negotiationsbroadcaster Nine breaking its long-standing partnership with Bruce Gordon's WIN
Extra markets up for grabs in WIN-Ten negotiations
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
broadcaster Nine breaking its long-standing partnership with Bruce Gordon's WIN, which must now strike a deal to broadcast Network Ten's signals to regional Australia. Bruce Gordon's WIN is negotiating with Network Ten. Photo: Ken Robertson As... Read more
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The Age
Extra markets up for grabs in WIN-Ten negotiationsBruce Gordon's WIN is negotiating with Network Ten. Photo: Ken Robertson Up to
Extra markets up for grabs in WIN-Ten negotiations
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Bruce Gordon's WIN is negotiating with Network Ten. Photo: Ken Robertson Up to $13 million in affiliation fees that were paid to Nine Entertainment by WIN Corporation last year remain in the balance in markets where the metropolitan broadcaster's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Extra markets up for grabs in WIN-Ten negotiationsBruce Gordon's WIN is negotiating with Network Ten. Photo: Ken Robertson Up to
Extra markets up for grabs in WIN-Ten negotiations
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Bruce Gordon's WIN is negotiating with Network Ten. Photo: Ken Robertson Up to $13 million in affiliation fees that were paid to Nine Entertainment by WIN Corporation last year remain in the balance in markets where the metropolitan broadcaster's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
MasterChef Australia recap: contestants need their most heartbreaking backstories to compete with Ceciliarealise all is not lost as long as decent people are willing to stand up and ma
MasterChef Australia recap: contestants need their most heartbreaking backstories to compete with Cecilia
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
realise all is not lost as long as decent people are willing to stand up and make ambitious desserts on television. Photo: Network Ten Publicity Sometimes the world seems a bleak place. Sometimes it seems as though there is nothing good left in... Read more
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The Age
How Nine and Southern Cross tied the knotof affiliation talks that began in mid-March when an exclusivity period between
How Nine and Southern Cross tied the knot
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
of affiliation talks that began in mid-March when an exclusivity period between Southern Cross and its current affiliate Network Ten expired. (Exploratory merger talks between Nine and Southern Cross had stalled in November and gone no further... Read more
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The Age
MasterChef Australia recap: contestants need their most heartbreaking backstories to compete with Ceciliarealise all is not lost as long as decent people are willing to stand up and ma
MasterChef Australia recap: contestants need their most heartbreaking backstories to compete with Cecilia
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
realise all is not lost as long as decent people are willing to stand up and make ambitious desserts on television. Photo: Network Ten Publicity Sometimes the world seems a bleak place. Sometimes it seems as though there is nothing good left in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How Nine and Southern Cross tied the knotof affiliation talks that began in mid-March when an exclusivity period between
How Nine and Southern Cross tied the knot
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
of affiliation talks that began in mid-March when an exclusivity period between Southern Cross and its current affiliate Network Ten expired. (Exploratory merger talks between Nine and Southern Cross had stalled in November and gone no further... Read more
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Canberra Times
How Nine and Southern Cross tied the knotof affiliation talks that began in mid-March when an exclusivity period between
How Nine and Southern Cross tied the knot
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
of affiliation talks that began in mid-March when an exclusivity period between Southern Cross and its current affiliate Network Ten expired. (Exploratory merger talks between Nine and Southern Cross had stalled in November and gone no further... Read more
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Canberra Times
MasterChef Australia recap: contestants need their most heartbreaking backstories to compete with Ceciliarealise all is not lost as long as decent people are willing to stand up and ma
MasterChef Australia recap: contestants need their most heartbreaking backstories to compete with Cecilia
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
realise all is not lost as long as decent people are willing to stand up and make ambitious desserts on television. Photo: Network Ten Publicity Yes, MasterChef is back, and the season premiere demonstrated just how food binds us all together. For... Read more
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Brisbane Times
How Nine and Southern Cross tied the knotof affiliation talks that began in mid-March when an exclusivity period between
How Nine and Southern Cross tied the knot
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
of affiliation talks that began in mid-March when an exclusivity period between Southern Cross and its current affiliate Network Ten expired. (Exploratory merger talks between Nine and Southern Cross had stalled in November and gone no further... Read more
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WA Today
How Nine and Southern Cross tied the knotof affiliation talks that began in mid-March when an exclusivity period between
How Nine and Southern Cross tied the knot
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
of affiliation talks that began in mid-March when an exclusivity period between Southern Cross and its current affiliate Network Ten expired. (Exploratory merger talks between Nine and Southern Cross had stalled in November and gone no further... Read more
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News.com.au
Vampire show ‘like nothing you’ve seen’First look at the new show for Eleven, The Strain. Courtesy: Network Ten The S
Vampire show ‘like nothing you’ve seen’
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
First look at the new show for Eleven, The Strain. Courtesy: Network Ten The Strain, starring Mia Maestro, begins on Eleven this week. HAVING starred in a few vampire-themed projects, actress Mia Maestro sees big similarities between the... Read more
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International Business Times
MasterChef Australia season 8 live stream online: Nigella Lawson will be a guest judge on the show people who have done so many brilliant things in the industry. There's a real s
MasterChef Australia season 8 live stream online: Nigella Lawson will be a guest judge on the show
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
people who have done so many brilliant things in the industry. There's a real sense that you don't need to win the show to have a big success," Preston added. MasterChef Australia 2016 will premiere on 1 May at 7.30 pm in Australia on Networ... Read more
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The North West Star
Offspring's sixth season begins production in Melbourne with new faces and no tax rebateby a heart-breaking event, Nina's story and her unpredictable, messy and often
Offspring's sixth season begins production in Melbourne with new faces and no tax rebate
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
by a heart-breaking event, Nina's story and her unpredictable, messy and often hilarious life continues," according to a Network Ten press release. Production company Endemol Shine said the new series will return to the show's familiar themes:... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Offspring's sixth season begins production in Melbourne with new faces and no tax rebateby a heart-breaking event, Nina's story and her unpredictable, messy and often
Offspring's sixth season begins production in Melbourne with new faces and no tax rebate
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
by a heart-breaking event, Nina's story and her unpredictable, messy and often hilarious life continues," according to a Network Ten press release. Production company Endemol Shine said the new series will return to the show's familiar themes:... Read more
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The Border Mail
Offspring's sixth season begins production in Melbourne with new faces and no tax rebateby a heart-breaking event, Nina's story and her unpredictable, messy and often
Offspring's sixth season begins production in Melbourne with new faces and no tax rebate
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
by a heart-breaking event, Nina's story and her unpredictable, messy and often hilarious life continues," according to a Network Ten press release. Production company Endemol Shine said the new series will return to the show's familiar themes:... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Offspring's sixth season begins production in Melbourne with new faces and no tax rebateby a heart-breaking event, Nina's story and her unpredictable, messy and often
Offspring's sixth season begins production in Melbourne with new faces and no tax rebate
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
by a heart-breaking event, Nina's story and her unpredictable, messy and often hilarious life continues," according to a Network Ten press release. Production company Endemol Shine said the new series will return to the show's familiar themes:... Read more
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