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2015/08/03 18:37
2015/08/03 18:37
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WHILE climate change is considered by some to be a serious threat to Australia's farming future, research suggests broadacre croppers who adopt best practice techniques will avoid significant...
2015/08/03 18:37
2015/08/03 18:37
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2015/08/03 14:46
2015/08/03 14:46
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Beef short ribs at Luis Tan, Bondi. THE obligatory table of Bondi hipsters is next to the door as we walk into Luis Tan. A group of man-boys in beanies and gnarlywear, they could be props left over...
2015/07/31 03:34
2015/07/31 03:34
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AN EARTHQUAKE struck near Port Lincoln this morning, but at a magnitude of just 2.1, it was unlikely to wake anyone up. The quake was detected at a depth of 10km in Spencer Gulf about 8.30am,...
2015/07/30 20:58
2015/07/30 20:58
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FOR more than a decade, Nicholas Wayne Lowe got away with the attempted murder of his girlfriend’s mother — but it was his “narcissistic” greed that ultimately brought his secret undone. Lowe, who is...
2015/07/30 08:26
2015/07/30 08:26
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Alinta closures: Regional Planning Group looms as Port Augusta Mayor seeks local voice on taskforce The South Australian Government says a Regional Planning Group will be formed to help the Port...
2015/07/29 21:55
2015/07/29 21:55
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The Sydney Morning Herald, New South Wales. The Murray Valley Standard, Murray Bridge, South Australia. The Border Mail, Albury, New South Wales. The Ridge News, Lightning Ridge, New South...
2015/07/29 02:41
2015/07/29 02:41
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Your breakfast report from around the nation and further beyond. Pic by @katrina_ngf in Port Macquarie. TAREE: Before Splendour in the Grass and Groovin’ the Moo - even way before the Big Day Out -...
2015/07/28 22:42
2015/07/28 22:42
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Good morning and happy hump day! Here's your morning news snapshot from around the South Coast, regional Australia and beyond... Good morning and happy hump day! Here's your morning news snapshot...
2015/07/28 22:22
2015/07/28 22:22
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A look at your local, regional and national headlines 8:20am: Joe Snare honoured at council meetin A minute’s silence was held at the July Ordinary Meeting of Dubbo City Council on Monday to honour...
2015/07/28 21:55
2015/07/28 21:55
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Your breakfast report from around the nation and further beyond. ►INVERELL: The new RSPCA chief inspector David O’Shannessy has responded to recent claims that the animal welfare organisation has...
2015/07/28 21:42
2015/07/28 21:42
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Good morning and happy hump day! Here's your morning news snapshot from around the South Coast, regional Australia and beyond... Good morning and happy hump day! Here's your morning news snapshot...
2015/07/27 21:26
2015/07/27 21:26
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Home detention, monitoring of low-risk offenders less likely to result in repeat criminals, expert says Low-risk offenders on home detention and monitoring are far less likely to become repeat...
2015/07/26 05:26
2015/07/26 05:26
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Banking on future demand for graphite and graphene, Australian companies search the globe for new deposits Australian companies are searching high and low for new graphite deposits, and their hunt is...
2015/07/24 00:46
2015/07/24 00:46
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A DRUNK woman has crashed into a bottle shop on her way to buy alcohol. THE 42-year-old woman crashed into the verandah of a Port Lincoln bottle shop on Thursday while she was attempting to park,...
2015/07/23 08:34
2015/07/23 08:34
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SHARK attack victim Chris Blowes has taken his first steps since losing a leg in the horrific attack. An emotional video shows how far Mr Blowes has come since the terrifying Anzac Day ordeal which...
2015/07/22 18:30
2015/07/22 18:30
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Photos: Tuna tossing. Yep, it's a sport As far as sports go this one's pretty fishy, but nevertheless in Port Lincoln, South Australia, tuna tossing is a very real contest. Every year the popular...
2015/07/21 04:26
2015/07/21 04:26
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A fifth fire brigade from the Eyre Peninsula Country Fire Service vows not to fight fires on government land in protest against levy increases in South Australia. Chris and Sally Deslandes home at...
2015/07/20 23:26
2015/07/20 23:26
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Whale watchers spot fewer animals this winter at head of Great Australian Bight Fewer whales are turning up this winter at the head of the Great Australian Bight than in recent years. Terry Hardy...
2015/07/20 15:46
2015/07/20 15:46
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The proliferation of sushi and sashimi bars in Shanghai and Beijing is proof of the long-term growth prospects of the premium tuna industry says Beston Global Food chairman Roger Sexton, whose company...
2015/07/20 10:44
2015/07/20 10:44
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The Advocate, Burnie, Tasmania The Border Mail, Albury, Victoria Central Western Daily, Orange, NSW The Examiner, Launceston, Tasmania The Maitland Mercury, NSW The North West Star, Mount Isa,...
2015/08/03 18:37
2015/08/03 18:37
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