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Canberra Times
Six Max Dupain photos of Sydney (and one of Tumut) you've probably never seen beforeto $2500 in most cases). It's obvious from the catalogue that Dupain found bea
Six Max Dupain photos of Sydney (and one of Tumut) you've probably never seen before
Canberra Times / Posted a minute ago
to $2500 in most cases). It's obvious from the catalogue that Dupain found beauty and drama in building and technology. A prime example is Lot 189, his depiction of the Pyrmont silos taken in the 1940s. This subject is fairly well known, with... Read more
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Canberra Times
Celebrate innovation that puts the customer in chargeIt's no secret that the word innovation is in vogue. It's not just that it's o
Celebrate innovation that puts the customer in charge
Canberra Times / Posted a minute ago
It's no secret that the word innovation is in vogue. It's not just that it's one of our prime minister's favourite words, it's a trend across the English-speaking world. Innovation isn't just about looking different, it's about delivering real... Read more
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Canberra Times
Innovation special for Money: full story listare gaining traction. Innovation is about creating value for customers. Best ap
Innovation special for Money: full story list
Canberra Times / Posted a minute ago
are gaining traction. Innovation is about creating value for customers. Best apps to manage your money Clancy Yeates | Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is fond of talking about jobs in the "new economy". But what are they and are they as good as... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movementtentacles.” The front line symbols of the current hydra of criminal justice —
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movement
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 2 minutes ago
tentacles.” The front line symbols of the current hydra of criminal justice — the police and their actions—have been a prime focus of Black Lives Matter and other new civil rights groups, just as law enforcement was targeted during the Black... Read more
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Rappler
Duterte calls China's Xi 'great president'experience, appeared unsure of Xi's title. "I was honored, receiving a congrat
Duterte calls China's Xi 'great president'
Rappler / Posted 2 minutes ago
experience, appeared unsure of Xi's title. "I was honored, receiving a congratulatory message from a great president, uh prime minister," Duterte said. The Chinese foreign ministry said Monday, May 30, that Xi wrote to Duterte after his victory,... Read more
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Western Advocate
'Political' APSC wants public servants silenced: uniondispute over pay and conditions. The government was hit with a backlash in 201
'Political' APSC wants public servants silenced: union
Western Advocate / Posted 3 minutes ago
dispute over pay and conditions. The government was hit with a backlash in 2014 from the military community with former Prime Minister Tony Abbott forced to back down on a pay offer in the face of a determined grassroots campaign, much of it... Read more
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Western Advocate
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festivalof treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festival
Western Advocate / Posted 3 minutes ago
of treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the height of the WikiLeaks controversy, former Prime Minister Julia Gillard refused to offer Australian ambassadorial support for Assange, calling his actions... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festivalof treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festival
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 minutes ago
of treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the height of the WikiLeaks controversy, former Prime Minister Julia Gillard refused to offer Australian ambassadorial support for Assange, calling his actions... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movementtentacles.” The front line symbols of the current hydra of criminal justice —
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movement
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 5 minutes ago
tentacles.” The front line symbols of the current hydra of criminal justice — the police and their actions—have been a prime focus of Black Lives Matter and other new civil rights groups, just as law enforcement was targeted during the Black... Read more
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KTVB Boise
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movementtentacles.” The front line symbols of the current hydra of criminal justice —
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movement
KTVB Boise / Posted 5 minutes ago
tentacles.” The front line symbols of the current hydra of criminal justice — the police and their actions—have been a prime focus of Black Lives Matter and other new civil rights groups, just as law enforcement was targeted during the Black... Read more
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CTV News
Fisheries Minister Hunter Tootoo resigns, seeks treatment for 'addiction issues'the Canadian Coast Guard Hunter Tootoo has resigned and will be leaving the Lib
Fisheries Minister Hunter Tootoo resigns, seeks treatment for 'addiction issues'
CTV News / Posted 5 minutes ago
the Canadian Coast Guard Hunter Tootoo has resigned and will be leaving the Liberal caucus, according to a statement from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. “Mr. Tootoo will be taking time to seek treatment for addiction issues,” Trudeau said in the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festivalof treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festival
Manning River Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
of treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the height of the WikiLeaks controversy, former Prime Minister Julia Gillard refused to offer Australian ambassadorial support for Assange, calling his actions... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festivalof treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festival
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 8 minutes ago
of treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the height of the WikiLeaks controversy, former Prime Minister Julia Gillard refused to offer Australian ambassadorial support for Assange, calling his actions... Read more
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Boston Globe
Mumbai police ask that video mocking celebrities be deletedcame to his defense, including Sanjay Jha, a spokesman for the Congress party w
Mumbai police ask that video mocking celebrities be deleted
Boston Globe / Posted 10 minutes ago
came to his defense, including Sanjay Jha, a spokesman for the Congress party who used the opportunity to take a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi of the Bharatiya Janata Party. “We endure Modi’s one-sided bad jokes repeatedly with great... Read more
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Boston Globe
Israeli Worker Wins Case Claiming Abusive Treatment by Sara Netanyahu— An Israeli labor court on Tuesday awarded compensation to a former maintenanc
Israeli Worker Wins Case Claiming Abusive Treatment by Sara Netanyahu
Boston Globe / Posted 10 minutes ago
— An Israeli labor court on Tuesday awarded compensation to a former maintenance man in the official residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, accepting the worker’s allegations of abusive terms of employment at the hands of... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movementtentacles.” The front line symbols of the current hydra of criminal justice —
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movement
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 10 minutes ago
tentacles.” The front line symbols of the current hydra of criminal justice — the police and their actions—have been a prime focus of Black Lives Matter and other new civil rights groups, just as law enforcement was targeted during the Black... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
China’s foreign minister to meet with Trudeau in OttawaChinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will hold high-level talks with Prime Minister
China’s foreign minister to meet with Trudeau in Ottawa
The Globe and Mail / Posted 11 minutes ago
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will hold high-level talks with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Parliament Hill on Wednesday as planning gets under way for Mr. Trudeau’s official visit to China in the fall. Mr. Wang is also meeting Foreign Affairs... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
How saliva determines our food-texture preferencesabout it, I can’t believe that I put that in my mouth.” Most people have a few
How saliva determines our food-texture preferences
The Globe and Mail / Posted 11 minutes ago
about it, I can’t believe that I put that in my mouth.” Most people have a few textures they don’t enjoy, and slimy is a prime culprit: In an informal survey of my friends and colleagues, the biggest offenders shared a mushy quality, including... Read more
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Northern Star
NBN rollout treated like ‘national security secret’: Saffinshould not be treated like a national security secret, says Labor candidate for
NBN rollout treated like ‘national security secret’: Saffin
Northern Star / Posted 11 minutes ago
should not be treated like a national security secret, says Labor candidate for Page Janelle Saffin. She said Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce and current Page MP Kevin Hogan "must come clean on the state of the NBN rollout and let people... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movementtentacles.” The front line symbols of the current hydra of criminal justice —
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movement
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 12 minutes ago
tentacles.” The front line symbols of the current hydra of criminal justice — the police and their actions—have been a prime focus of Black Lives Matter and other new civil rights groups, just as law enforcement was targeted during the Black... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘We need Australian-style system’: Boriscampaign trail last month. Picture: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Their sta
‘We need Australian-style system’: Boris
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 minutes ago
campaign trail last month. Picture: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Their statement — a clear sign of defiance against UK Prime Minister David Cameron, who wants the UK to stay in the EU — comes as two new opinion polls show the Brexit campaign is... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movementtentacles.” The front line symbols of the current hydra of criminal justice —
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movement
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 15 minutes ago
tentacles.” The front line symbols of the current hydra of criminal justice — the police and their actions—have been a prime focus of Black Lives Matter and other new civil rights groups, just as law enforcement was targeted during the Black... Read more
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Herald Sun
Brexit would raise food prices: Cameron British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned voters they would face higher
Brexit would raise food prices: Cameron
Herald Sun / Posted 17 minutes ago
British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned voters they would face higher grocery bills if the country decides to leave the European Union at a June 23 referendum. Cameron is leading the push to keep... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘We need Australian-style system’: Borisbe possible for politicians to keep their promises on immigration.” Their stat
‘We need Australian-style system’: Boris
Herald Sun / Posted 18 minutes ago
be possible for politicians to keep their promises on immigration.” Their statement — a clear sign of defiance against UK Prime Minister David Cameron, who wants the UK to stay in the EU — comes as two new opinion polls show the Brexit campaign is... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘We need Australian-style system’: Borisbe possible for politicians to keep their promises on immigration.” Their stat
‘We need Australian-style system’: Boris
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 minutes ago
be possible for politicians to keep their promises on immigration.” Their statement — a clear sign of defiance against UK Prime Minister David Cameron, who wants the UK to stay in the EU — comes as two new opinion polls show the Brexit campaign is... Read more
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Reuters
Asia stocks sag as oil slip dampens sentiment, dollar stallsbroadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.3 percent. Japan's
Asia stocks sag as oil slip dampens sentiment, dollar stalls
Reuters / Posted 19 minutes ago
broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.3 percent. Japan's Nikkei lost 0.8 percent as the yen firmed. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is expected to announce later on Wednesday that he will delay a scheduled sales tax hike by... Read more
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The North West Star
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festivalof treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festival
The North West Star / Posted 20 minutes ago
of treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the height of the WikiLeaks controversy, former Prime Minister Julia Gillard refused to offer Australian ambassadorial support for Assange, calling his actions... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Fishermen rejoice over West End fishing pier revitalizationarea, full of restaurants, camps, and boats marinas, etc." Organizers say once
Fishermen rejoice over West End fishing pier revitalization
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 22 minutes ago
area, full of restaurants, camps, and boats marinas, etc." Organizers say once the reef is installed it will serve as a prime habitat to some of Lake Pontchartrain's native fish-anglers will be able to easily drop lines from the pier to reel in... Read more
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Daily Liberal
'Political' APSC wants public servants silenced: uniondispute over pay and conditions. The government was hit with a backlash in 201
'Political' APSC wants public servants silenced: union
Daily Liberal / Posted 25 minutes ago
dispute over pay and conditions. The government was hit with a backlash in 2014 from the military community with former Prime Minister Tony Abbott forced to back down on a pay offer in the face of a determined grassroots campaign, much of it... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festivalof treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festival
Daily Liberal / Posted 25 minutes ago
of treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the height of the WikiLeaks controversy, former Prime Minister Julia Gillard refused to offer Australian ambassadorial support for Assange, calling his actions... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Pakistan relations strained following Taliban leader’s killingsees as an obstacle to securing peace in Afghanistan. The May 21 killing of Mu
Pakistan relations strained following Taliban leader’s killing
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 25 minutes ago
sees as an obstacle to securing peace in Afghanistan. The May 21 killing of Mullah Akhtar Mansour was an embarrassment to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's government because it highlighted how — five years after commandos killed Osama bin Laden near... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Tootoo leaving Cabinet, Liberal caucuscaucus. Dominic LeBlanc, the government’s House leader, will assume Tootoo’s c
Tootoo leaving Cabinet, Liberal caucus
Calgary Sun / Posted 26 minutes ago
caucus. Dominic LeBlanc, the government’s House leader, will assume Tootoo’s cabinet responsibilities. A statement from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office says Tootoo is “taking time to seek treatment for addiction issues.” Tootoo, the... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Conservatives slam Liberals as spendthrifts with tax dollarsto let them know what we are doing here," he said. Other records tabled in Par
Conservatives slam Liberals as spendthrifts with tax dollars
Calgary Sun / Posted 26 minutes ago
to let them know what we are doing here," he said. Other records tabled in Parliament this week also covered the cost of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's March trip to Washington. The Conservatives have decried the size of Trudeau's entourage,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festivalof treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festival
The Border Mail / Posted 27 minutes ago
of treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the height of the WikiLeaks controversy, former Prime Minister Julia Gillard refused to offer Australian ambassadorial support for Assange, calling his actions... Read more
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News.com.au
‘We need Australian-style system’: Borismonth. Picture: Christopher Furlong/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images Their stat
‘We need Australian-style system’: Boris
News.com.au / Posted 30 minutes ago
month. Picture: Christopher Furlong/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images Their statement — a clear sign of defiance against UK Prime Minister David Cameron, who wants the UK to stay in the EU — comes as two new opinion polls show the Brexit campaign is... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Prime Minister's dictatorial stance on housing a sad state of affairsKey and his deputy, Bill English, are about to invade the Queen City to rescue
Prime Minister's dictatorial stance on housing a sad state of affairs
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 31 minutes ago
Key and his deputy, Bill English, are about to invade the Queen City to rescue it from its evil council. On Friday, the Prime Minister was hinting darkly at appointing commissioners to seize power if the council didn't bow to his demand to open... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘We need Australian-style system’: Boriscampaign trail last month. Picture: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Their sta
‘We need Australian-style system’: Boris
Daily Telegraph / Posted 31 minutes ago
campaign trail last month. Picture: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Their statement — a clear sign of defiance against UK Prime Minister David Cameron, who wants the UK to stay in the EU — comes as two new opinion polls show the Brexit campaign is... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festivalof treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the
Assange to headline Bendigo Writers Festival
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 32 minutes ago
of treason. The US has not charged Assange with any offence. In 2010, at the height of the WikiLeaks controversy, former Prime Minister Julia Gillard refused to offer Australian ambassadorial support for Assange, calling his actions... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'Political' APSC wants public servants silenced: uniondispute over pay and conditions. The government was hit with a backlash in 201
'Political' APSC wants public servants silenced: union
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 32 minutes ago
dispute over pay and conditions. The government was hit with a backlash in 2014 from the military community with former Prime Minister Tony Abbott forced to back down on a pay offer in the face of a determined grassroots campaign, much of it... Read more
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ESPN
Top DFS golf picks, fades this weekTournament, where Nicklaus himself serves as the event's ubiquitous host. All
Top DFS golf picks, fades this week
ESPN / Posted 35 minutes ago
Tournament, where Nicklaus himself serves as the event's ubiquitous host. All of which got me thinking: Just how valuable would Nicklaus have been in DFS during his prime years? Become an insider and get access to all our articles... Read more
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The Courier
'Political' APSC wants public servants silenced: uniondispute over pay and conditions. The government was hit with a backlash in 201
'Political' APSC wants public servants silenced: union
The Courier / Posted 35 minutes ago
dispute over pay and conditions. The government was hit with a backlash in 2014 from the military community with former Prime Minister Tony Abbott forced to back down on a pay offer in the face of a determined grassroots campaign, much of it... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Person of Interest: Blue Jays reliever Jason Grilliwhich is sitting at about 80 mph -- 3 mph below his career average. Grilli's f
Person of Interest: Blue Jays reliever Jason Grilli
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 35 minutes ago
which is sitting at about 80 mph -- 3 mph below his career average. Grilli's fastball, which sat in the mid-90s during his prime years, has also dropped in velocity this year and clocks in around 92 mph. The change in velocity hasn't really... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Let's have a Cheaters Olympics (Chicago Tribunewith performance-altering drugs that could seriously damage their health. But
Let's have a Cheaters Olympics (Chicago Tribune
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 41 minutes ago
with performance-altering drugs that could seriously damage their health. But how about the Cheaters Olympics as a prime example for young athletes of What Not to Do? From a young age, children know they’re not supposed to cheat. And they... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Turnbull 'pumped up' for start-upsPrime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says he's 'pumped up' about how the election ca
Turnbull 'pumped up' for start-ups
Sky News Australia / Posted 41 minutes ago
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says he's 'pumped up' about how the election campaign is going. The PM spoke to Sky News at a start-up forum in Brisbane, where he announced $15 million in funding to support 'incubators' that help get companies off... Read more
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Op-Ed News
SF Examiner: 1,400 ballots incorrectly mailed to San Francisco voters right before electionballot snafu comes just a week before San Francisco voters hit the polls for th
SF Examiner: 1,400 ballots incorrectly mailed to San Francisco voters right before election
Op-Ed News / Posted 42 minutes ago
ballot snafu comes just a week before San Francisco voters hit the polls for the June primary election, and during the prime vote-by-mail period — critical for local races like the Democratic County Central Committee, the state Senate primary... Read more
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The Hindu
7 fishermen held by Sri Lakan Navycatch of prawns was about 100 to 110 kg per trawler. A few hours after the arr
7 fishermen held by Sri Lakan Navy
The Hindu / Posted 48 minutes ago
catch of prawns was about 100 to 110 kg per trawler. A few hours after the arrest, Chief Minister Jayalalithaa wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the issue and further urged him to secure the release of the seven fishermen. “The Sri... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Asia stocks sag as oil slip dampens sentiment, dollar stallsbroadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.3 percent. Japan's
Asia stocks sag as oil slip dampens sentiment, dollar stalls
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 50 minutes ago
broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.3 percent. Japan's Nikkei lost 0.8 percent as the yen firmed. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is expected to announce later on Wednesday that he will delay a scheduled sales tax hike by... Read more
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NBC 12 Richmond
20 years later, FBI still after Shenandoah Park murder suspectin Culpepper. Then, three months later, the headline-grabbing Shenandoah Park M
20 years later, FBI still after Shenandoah Park murder suspect
NBC 12 Richmond / Posted 51 minutes ago
in Culpepper. Then, three months later, the headline-grabbing Shenandoah Park Murders. In 2002, federal prosecutors had a prime suspect: Darrell David Rice. He was eventually charged, but those were charges were dropped in 2004 due to lack of... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
TAS honours celebrated architectplaque to Deakin Wing, an extension to White House which had been designed by h
TAS honours celebrated architect
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 52 minutes ago
plaque to Deakin Wing, an extension to White House which had been designed by his former partner Reg Magoffin and opened by Prime Minister Sir Robert Menzies in 1963. Among his work is an extension to Fisher Wing (which won an Armidale City Council... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
'Political' APSC wants public servants silenced: uniondispute over pay and conditions. The government was hit with a backlash in 201
'Political' APSC wants public servants silenced: union
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 52 minutes ago
dispute over pay and conditions. The government was hit with a backlash in 2014 from the military community with former Prime Minister Tony Abbott forced to back down on a pay offer in the face of a determined grassroots campaign, much of it... Read more
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