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The Daily Mercury
Why future of horticulture may depend on bee keeperssocial butterflies of primary industry could easily be the bee keepers. A soci
Why future of horticulture may depend on bee keepers
The Daily Mercury / Posted 20 days ago
social butterflies of primary industry could easily be the bee keepers. A sociable nature is certainly a trait apiarist Paul Marsh finds useful, as he travels a 400km radius rotating 400 bee hives through eight different locations to ensure they... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Gillon McLachlan defends pay offer to women's AFL playersup, so we're investing millions of dollars next year in establishing a league."
Gillon McLachlan defends pay offer to women's AFL players
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 days ago
up, so we're investing millions of dollars next year in establishing a league." AFL Players Association chief executive Paul Marsh says there was work to be done. "We are still negotiating the standard playing contract with the AFL and at this... Read more
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Junkee
Saturday Night’s AFL Women’s Match Was A Ratings Smashnegotiating the standard playing contract with the AFL and at this point we are
Saturday Night’s AFL Women’s Match Was A Ratings Smash
Junkee / Posted 22 days ago
negotiating the standard playing contract with the AFL and at this point we are some distance apart,” association chief Paul Marsh told the Herald Sun. “These athletes have worked incredibly hard to get to this level and we strongly believe they... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
All-Star game draws plaudits but Carlton unhappy with NWL leakwomen's league The AFL and AFL Players' Association are still negotiating the
All-Star game draws plaudits but Carlton unhappy with NWL leak
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 days ago
women's league The AFL and AFL Players' Association are still negotiating the standard playing contract, with AFLPA chief Paul Marsh recently saying "we are some distance apart". Many pundits have criticised the league for forcing female players... Read more
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SportsFan
Carlton unhappy with NWL leakeight weeks. The AFL and AFL Players' Association are still negotiating the st
Carlton unhappy with NWL leak
SportsFan / Posted 22 days ago
eight weeks. The AFL and AFL Players' Association are still negotiating the standard playing contract, with AFLPA chief Paul Marsh recently saying "we are some distance apart". Many pundits have criticised the league for forcing female players... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
GCSEs 2016: Norfolk and Suffolk buck national trend with results going upvalue highly.” • Smithdon High School Percent of GCSE students with A*-C in E
GCSEs 2016: Norfolk and Suffolk buck national trend with results going up
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 1 months ago
value highly.” • Smithdon High School Percent of GCSE students with A*-C in English and Maths: 55pc (51pc) Headteacher, Paul Marsh, said, “Our GCSE results this year were broadly in line with prediction, and we’re pleased to see many students... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
GCSEs 2016: Norfolk and Suffolk buck national trend with results going upvalue highly.” • Smithdon High School Percent of GCSE students with A*-C in E
GCSEs 2016: Norfolk and Suffolk buck national trend with results going up
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 1 months ago
value highly.” • Smithdon High School Percent of GCSE students with A*-C in English and Maths: 55pc (51pc) Headteacher, Paul Marsh, said, “Our GCSE results this year were broadly in line with prediction, and we’re pleased to see many students... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
GCSEs 2016: Latest results across Norfolk, Suffolk and Fenlandvalue highly.” • Smithdon High School Percent of GCSE students with A*-C in E
GCSEs 2016: Latest results across Norfolk, Suffolk and Fenland
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 1 months ago
value highly.” • Smithdon High School Percent of GCSE students with A*-C in English and Maths: 69pc (51pc) Headteacher, Paul Marsh, said, “Our GCSE results this year were broadly in line with prediction, and we’re pleased to see many students... Read more
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