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2014/09/01 02:46
2014/09/01 02:46
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AL McGlashan will die with a fishing rod in his hands. If he does not, then he will die from boredom. Either way, the beloved writer of The Daily Telegraph’s ‘Gone Fishing’ column and television...
2014/09/01 02:46
2014/09/01 02:46
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2014/08/29 02:17
2014/08/29 02:17
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A month after the great Aussie megablizzard, the megamelt kicks in. But don’t worry, there’s still heaps of skiable snow Blue skies and beautifully groomed runs made skiers happy at Thredbo this...
2014/08/29 01:46
2014/08/29 01:46
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Although Arthur Boyd is an exceptionally well-known, household name in Australian art, the exhibition about to open at the National Gallery of Australia, Arthur Boyd: Agony and Ecstasy, promises to...
2014/08/27 21:29
2014/08/27 21:29
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UDPATE: A THICK fog in Melbourne is expected to last until midmorning. The fog caused visibility to plunge to as low as 100 metres in some parts of the metropolitan area last night, according to the...
2014/08/27 20:50
2014/08/27 20:50
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Dr Vicki Karalis, President of the Sandringham Foreshore Association. Photo: Penny Stephens Conservation groups are concerned that a planned expansion of a yachting marina in Beaumaris could badly...
2014/08/27 20:20
2014/08/27 20:20
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... Heavy fog descended on Melbourne yesterday evening and could hang around for days, the weather bureau reports. Senior forecaster Richard Carlyon said perfect conditions of high humidity and...
2014/08/27 14:51
2014/08/27 14:51
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Frustrated locals have criticised the council for not doing enough. Photo: Luis Enrique Ascui A council has begun negotiating with trucking tycoon Lindsay Fox about controversial bollards installed...
2014/08/27 14:29
2014/08/27 14:29
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A THICK fog that has enveloped Melbourne is causing flight delays at Tullamarine Airport. The fog is expected to hang around until the weekend and caused visibility to plunge to as low as 100 metres...
2014/08/27 01:19
2014/08/27 01:19
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Freight costs would almost double, potentially pushing up the cost of goods in Victoria, if Melbourne's port operations were shifted to Hastings, new analysis has found. Freight costs would almost...
2014/08/21 21:34
2014/08/21 21:34
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A Chinese-built, $40 million floating drydock called the Vigorous will arrive at the Columbia River this weekend, carrying components that will be assembled and put to work on Swan Island this fall by...
2014/08/19 15:19
2014/08/19 15:19
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The orange-bellied parrot, one of Australia’s rarest birds, could again up-end plans for a major project in Victoria, after a study found it likes to feed at a Port Phillip Bay site Labor is eyeing...
2014/08/19 07:17
2014/08/19 07:17
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Melbourne named world’s most liveable city for fourth straight year Find out what happened when the world explored Melbourne with our Remote Control Tourists which visit over 300 locations, including...
2014/08/19 06:12
2014/08/19 06:12
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Like some grandchild of the aimless war veteran in Cold Chisel’s Khe Sanh, Augie March’s One Crowded Hour speaks no less definitively of Australian themes than that musical monolith did in 1978. You...
2014/08/18 00:26
2014/08/18 00:26
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NUSHIP Canberra makes waves in Port Phillip Bay NUSHIP Canberra has been making waves, wowing Melburnians during sea trials in Port Phillip Bay. The ship, the largest ever built for the Royal...
2014/08/15 07:21
2014/08/15 07:21
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Inside tennis champion Lleyton Hewitt's $10 million Melbourne penthouse ... that's on the market for $5 million LESS than it was just two years ago Lleyton Hewitt is taking another shot at selling...
2014/08/10 20:24
2014/08/10 20:24
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William McInnes and Sigrid Thornton will act together in an upcoming play at the Melbourne Theatre Company. Photo: Simon Schluter The coffee with William McInnes had gone well, exceptionally well....
2014/08/10 20:23
2014/08/10 20:23
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THERE'S a curiosity to retired Hervey Bay fisherman Joe Macdougall, it's there in his story. It's whispered in the long winding thread that links 200 people on a remote Papua New Guinean island to...
2014/08/09 02:20
2014/08/09 02:20
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The Dreamtime story of the Great Moorool, as related by Healesville historian Mick Woiwod, tells of a great body of water that once filled the Yarra Valley. Were it to exist today, says Woiwod, places...
2014/08/05 12:21
2014/08/05 12:21
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The first shot is sent across the bows of the German steamer Pfalz in 1914. It was a shot across the bows that went down in history. On Tuesday, a century later to the minute, the first shot fired by...
2014/08/05 03:32
2014/08/05 03:32
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Searching for the first Allied shot fired in WWI A group of local wreck hunters has turned their attention to finding the very first shot fired by British Empire forces in WWI, thought to be at the...
2014/09/01 02:46
2014/09/01 02:46
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