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Weekly Times
Murray the place to pull in 1.2m codTHE Murray River is the hot spot for Murray cod, while King George whiting are
Murray the place to pull in 1.2m cod
Weekly Times / Posted 2 days ago
THE Murray River is the hot spot for Murray cod, while King George whiting are on the bite in our bays and yellowtail kingfish dominate offshore reports. Jim Credlin at Swan Hill says the Murray River is producing Murray cod to 1.2m and yellowbelly... Read more
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The Age
Swimmer seriously injured after being hit by jet-skiA man has been hit by a jet-ski in Port Melbourne. A swimmer has been seriousl
Swimmer seriously injured after being hit by jet-ski
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
A man has been hit by a jet-ski in Port Melbourne. A swimmer has been seriously injured after being hit by a jet-ski at Sandridge Beach at Port Melbourne. Ambulance Victoria spokesman John Mullen said they were called to help the man just after... Read more
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Weekly Times
Yellowtails, Murray cod rule catchesYELLOWTAIL kingfish remain the hot bite in the saltwater but King George whitin
Yellowtails, Murray cod rule catches
Weekly Times / Posted 9 days ago
YELLOWTAIL kingfish remain the hot bite in the saltwater but King George whiting are improving. In the freshwater, Murray cod continue to dominate the scene. Along the Murray River, Murray cod captures are widespread, Jim Credlin reports. The... Read more
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WA Today
Meet Mr MolluscCitizen scientist Bob Burn's fascination with marine mollusc has seen him scour
Meet Mr Mollusc
WA Today / Posted 10 days ago
Citizen scientist Bob Burn's fascination with marine mollusc has seen him scour the Victorian coastline. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer If you think tiny marine molluscs are a bit of a yawn, then you haven't encountered Robert Burn. While the soft-bodied sea... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Meet Mr MolluscCitizen scientist Bob Burn's fascination with marine mollusc has seen him scour
Meet Mr Mollusc
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
Citizen scientist Bob Burn's fascination with marine mollusc has seen him scour the Victorian coastline. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer If you think tiny marine molluscs are a bit of a yawn, then you haven't encountered Robert Burn. While the soft-bodied sea... Read more
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Canberra Times
Meet Mr MolluscCitizen scientist Bob Burn's fascination with marine mollusc has seen him scour
Meet Mr Mollusc
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
Citizen scientist Bob Burn's fascination with marine mollusc has seen him scour the Victorian coastline. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer If you think tiny marine molluscs are a bit of a yawn, then you haven't encountered Robert Burn. While the soft-bodied sea... Read more
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The Age
Play it again, and again, and again ...Tension: David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are back as agent Scully and Mulde
Play it again, and again, and again ...
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
Tension: David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are back as agent Scully and Mulder for The X-Files remake. Over the past year or so, franchises such as Star Wars and Rocky have solidified what many pundits already believed, and that is that people... Read more
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The Age
Meet Mr MolluscCitizen scientist Bob Burn's fascination with marine mollusc has seen him scour
Meet Mr Mollusc
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
Citizen scientist Bob Burn's fascination with marine mollusc has seen him scour the Victorian coastline. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer If you think tiny marine molluscs are a bit of a yawn, then you haven't encountered Robert Burn. While the soft-bodied sea... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Meet Mr MolluscCitizen scientist Bob Burn's fascination with marine mollusc has seen him scour
Meet Mr Mollusc
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
Citizen scientist Bob Burn's fascination with marine mollusc has seen him scour the Victorian coastline. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer If you think tiny marine molluscs are a bit of a yawn, then you haven't encountered Robert Burn. While the soft-bodied sea... Read more
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Herald Sun
Lifeguard’s heartbreaking decisionVictorian lifeguard Simon Lewis was confronted with a frightening situation on
Lifeguard’s heartbreaking decision
Herald Sun / Posted 12 days ago
Victorian lifeguard Simon Lewis was confronted with a frightening situation on the Aegean Sea. LIFEGUARD Simon Lewis was a world away from the trendy Melbourne beach side suburb of St Kilda when he made a decision at sea he will never... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Lifeguard’s heartbreaking decisionVictorian lifeguard Simon Lewis was confronted with a frightening situation on
Lifeguard’s heartbreaking decision
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Victorian lifeguard Simon Lewis was confronted with a frightening situation on the Aegean Sea. LIFEGUARD Simon Lewis was a world away from the trendy Melbourne beach side suburb of St Kilda when he made a decision at sea he will never... Read more
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The Age
Shellfish reefs to be restored in Port Phillip BayShellfish reefs will be re-created on the bottom of Port Phillip Bay in a histo
Shellfish reefs to be restored in Port Phillip Bay
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
Shellfish reefs will be re-created on the bottom of Port Phillip Bay in a historic project that aims to improve marine habitats in Victoria’s largest bay. Researchers say that if the reefs can be successfully established as expected, they would... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Warnie’s ex Simone looks smokin’Simone Callahan bikini photos show Shane Warne what he’s missing | DailyTelegra
Warnie’s ex Simone looks smokin’
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Simone Callahan bikini photos show Shane Warne what he’s missing | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Shane Warne’s ex Simone Callahan looks smoking in a bikini.... Read more
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News.com.au
Warnie’s ex Simone looks smoking in a bikiniShane Warne’s ex Simone Callahan looks smoking in a bikini. WHEN you split up
Warnie’s ex Simone looks smoking in a bikini
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
Shane Warne’s ex Simone Callahan looks smoking in a bikini. WHEN you split up with a long-term partner, there’s always competition between you and your ex. Even after several years. Maybe Simone Callahan is aware of this. That’s why she never fails... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Warnie’s ex Simone looks smoking in a bikiniShane Warne’s ex Simone Callahan looks smoking in a bikini. WHEN you split up
Warnie’s ex Simone looks smoking in a bikini
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 days ago
Shane Warne’s ex Simone Callahan looks smoking in a bikini. WHEN you split up with a long-term partner, there’s always competition between you and your ex. Even after several years. Maybe Simone Callahan is aware of this. That’s why she never fails... Read more
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Herald Sun
Warnie’s ex Simone looks smoking in a bikiniShane Warne’s ex Simone Callahan looks smoking in a bikini. WHEN you split up
Warnie’s ex Simone looks smoking in a bikini
Herald Sun / Posted 14 days ago
Shane Warne’s ex Simone Callahan looks smoking in a bikini. WHEN you split up with a long-term partner, there’s always competition between you and your ex. Even after several years. Maybe Simone Callahan is aware of this. That’s why she never fails... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Warnie’s ex Simone looks smoking in a bikiniShane Warne’s ex Simone Callahan looks smoking in a bikini. WHEN you split up
Warnie’s ex Simone looks smoking in a bikini
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Shane Warne’s ex Simone Callahan looks smoking in a bikini. WHEN you split up with a long-term partner, there’s always competition between you and your ex. Even after several years. Maybe Simone Callahan is aware of this. That’s why she never fails... Read more
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The Age
EPA says mudflats, mouldy seaweed caused Melbourne's big stinkPeople in Melbourne's west and beyond had to put up with a mystery stink for a
EPA says mudflats, mouldy seaweed caused Melbourne's big stink
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
People in Melbourne's west and beyond had to put up with a mystery stink for a few days this month. Photo: Andrew De La Rue ADL The source of the mysterious pong that stunk out Melbourne's west earlier this month may have been found. It was... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bayA group of 17 kayakers was rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly win
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bay
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
A group of 17 kayakers was rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wind change created rough waters on Port Phillip Bay. A group of 17 kayakers, some as young as five, was rescued on Australia Day in Frankston by lifesavers on a... Read more
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The North West Star
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bayA group of 17 kayakers was rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly win
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bay
The North West Star / Posted 15 days ago
A group of 17 kayakers was rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wind change created rough waters on Port Phillip Bay. A group of 17 kayakers, some as young as five, was rescued on Australia Day in Frankston by lifesavers on a... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bayA group of 17 kayakers was rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly win
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bay
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
A group of 17 kayakers was rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wind change created rough waters on Port Phillip Bay. A group of 17 kayakers, some as young as five, was rescued on Australia Day in Frankston by lifesavers on a... Read more
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The Courier
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bayA group of 17 kayakers was rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly win
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bay
The Courier / Posted 15 days ago
A group of 17 kayakers was rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wind change created rough waters on Port Phillip Bay. A group of 17 kayakers, some as young as five, was rescued on Australia Day in Frankston by lifesavers on a... Read more
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The Young Witness
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bayA group of 17 kayakers were rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wi
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bay
The Young Witness / Posted 15 days ago
A group of 17 kayakers were rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wind change created rough waters on Port Phillip Bay. A group of 17 kayakers, some as young as five, were rescued on Australia Day in Frankston by lifesavers on a... Read more
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Western Advocate
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bayA group of 17 kayakers were rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wi
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bay
Western Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
A group of 17 kayakers were rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wind change created rough waters on Port Phillip Bay. A group of 17 kayakers, some as young as five, were rescued on Australia Day in Frankston by lifesavers on a... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bayA group of 17 kayakers were rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wi
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bay
Kiama Independent / Posted 15 days ago
A group of 17 kayakers were rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wind change created rough waters on Port Phillip Bay. A group of 17 kayakers, some as young as five, were rescued on Australia Day in Frankston by lifesavers on a... Read more
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Manning River Times
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bayA group of 17 kayakers were rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wi
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bay
Manning River Times / Posted 15 days ago
A group of 17 kayakers were rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wind change created rough waters on Port Phillip Bay. A group of 17 kayakers, some as young as five, were rescued on Australia Day in Frankston by lifesavers on a... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bayA group of 17 kayakers were rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wi
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bay
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 15 days ago
A group of 17 kayakers were rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wind change created rough waters on Port Phillip Bay. A group of 17 kayakers, some as young as five, were rescued on Australia Day in Frankston by lifesavers on a... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bayA group of 17 kayakers were rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wi
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bay
Daily Liberal / Posted 15 days ago
A group of 17 kayakers were rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wind change created rough waters on Port Phillip Bay. A group of 17 kayakers, some as young as five, were rescued on Australia Day in Frankston by lifesavers on a... Read more
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The Border Mail
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bayA group of 17 kayakers were rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wi
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bay
The Border Mail / Posted 15 days ago
A group of 17 kayakers were rescued on Australia Day after a strong easterly wind change created rough waters on Port Phillip Bay. A group of 17 kayakers, some as young as five, were rescued on Australia Day in Frankston by lifesavers on a... Read more
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The Age
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bayVolunteer lifesavers helped with the rescue once the exhausted kayakers were sa
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bay
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
Volunteer lifesavers helped with the rescue once the exhausted kayakers were safely on the beach. A group of 17 kayakers, some as young as five, were rescued on Australia Day in Frankston by lifesavers on a jet-ski. Two lifesavers patrolling just... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bayVolunteer lifesavers helped with the rescue once the exhausted kayakers were sa
Mass rescue of kayakers in the bay
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Volunteer lifesavers helped with the rescue once the exhausted kayakers were safely on the beach. A group of 17 kayakers, some as young as five, were rescued on Australia Day in Frankston by lifesavers on a jet-ski. Two lifesavers patrolling just... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Wednesday, January 27, 2016Your Australia Day news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Go
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Kiama Independent / Posted 15 days ago
Your Australia Day news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Good morning, here's your Australia Day news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. 8.36am: That's a wrap for this morning. Remember to check in on your local... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Get lost in the quirky, arty alleys of MelbourneIf you have a party of five, you’re going to wait a lot longer than 30 minutes
Get lost in the quirky, arty alleys of Melbourne
Houston Chronicle / Posted 20 days ago
If you have a party of five, you’re going to wait a lot longer than 30 minutes for a table at Local Birds. First, there’s just one table. And only four chairs. Local Birds, a tiny divot of a cafe in the Causeway alley in the heart of Melbourne’s... Read more
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Weekly Times
Green giants gift for anglersTHE jolly green giants, also known as yellowtail kingfish and Murray cod, have
Green giants gift for anglers
Weekly Times / Posted 21 days ago
THE jolly green giants, also known as yellowtail kingfish and Murray cod, have come out to play. Kingfish are running off Portland, Port Phillip Heads and Walkerville, while the Murray cod fishery in Lake Eildon and the Murray River are offering up... Read more
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Weekly Times
Keeping railways on trackTracking along: Walhalla Goldfields Railway president Micheal Leaney in a locom
Keeping railways on track
Weekly Times / Posted 21 days ago
Tracking along: Walhalla Goldfields Railway president Micheal Leaney in a locomotive on the 116-year-old line. Picture: Andy Rogers. FOR train lovers, a locomotive is a thing of beauty. Whether it’s the romance of travel, the lulling effect of the... Read more
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Weekly Times
Hordes of volunteers are keeping historic railways on trackFOR train lovers, a locomotive is a thing of beauty. Whether it’s the romance
Hordes of volunteers are keeping historic railways on track
Weekly Times / Posted 22 days ago
FOR train lovers, a locomotive is a thing of beauty. Whether it’s the romance of travel, the lulling effect of the clunk and grind, or childhood memories of a tooting horn, heritage trains in particular have a considerable following. According to... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Lone seal makes rare visit to Victoria They're blond, friendly and although they don't hang around Victoria too much
Lone seal makes rare visit to Victoria
Adelaide Now / Posted 23 days ago
They're blond, friendly and although they don't hang around Victoria too much, one is back for the first time in 17 years with the Victorian government's seal of approval. A lone crab-eater seal, which... Read more
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Weekly Times
Lone seal makes rare visit to VictoriaTHEY'RE blond, friendly and although they don't hang around Victoria too much,
Lone seal makes rare visit to Victoria
Weekly Times / Posted 23 days ago
THEY'RE blond, friendly and although they don't hang around Victoria too much, one is back for the first time in 17 years with the Victorian government's seal of approval. A LONE crab-eater seal, which normally lives on pack ice in Antarctica, has... Read more
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Herald Sun
Lone seal makes rare visit to Victoria They're blond, friendly and although they don't hang around Victoria too much
Lone seal makes rare visit to Victoria
Herald Sun / Posted 23 days ago
They're blond, friendly and although they don't hang around Victoria too much, one is back for the first time in 17 years with the Victorian government's seal of approval. A lone crab-eater seal, which... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Lone seal makes rare visit to Victoria They're blond, friendly and although they don't hang around Victoria too much
Lone seal makes rare visit to Victoria
The Courier Mail / Posted 23 days ago
They're blond, friendly and although they don't hang around Victoria too much, one is back for the first time in 17 years with the Victorian government's seal of approval. A lone crab-eater seal, which... Read more
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News.com.au
Lone seal makes rare visit to Victoria They're blond, friendly and although they don't hang around Victoria too much
Lone seal makes rare visit to Victoria
News.com.au / Posted 23 days ago
They're blond, friendly and although they don't hang around Victoria too much, one is back for the first time in 17 years with the Victorian government's seal of approval. A lone crab-eater seal, which... Read more
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Perth Now
Lone seal makes rare visit to Victoria They're blond, friendly and although they don't hang around Victoria too much
Lone seal makes rare visit to Victoria
Perth Now / Posted 23 days ago
They're blond, friendly and although they don't hang around Victoria too much, one is back for the first time in 17 years with the Victorian government's seal of approval. A lone crab-eater seal, which... Read more
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The Border Mail
Melbourne in the midst of a mini-heatwave but it'll cool down by bedtimeThe city is sweltering through a boiling summer's day - and the worst is yet to
Melbourne in the midst of a mini-heatwave but it'll cool down by bedtime
The Border Mail / Posted 24 days ago
The city is sweltering through a boiling summer's day - and the worst is yet to come, with a cool change days away. Melbourne is sweltering through a boiling summer's day - and the worst is yet to come, with a cool change days away. A top of 36 has... Read more
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The Courier
Melbourne in the midst of a mini-heatwave but it'll cool down by bedtimeThe city is sweltering through a boiling summer's day - and the worst is yet to
Melbourne in the midst of a mini-heatwave but it'll cool down by bedtime
The Courier / Posted 24 days ago
The city is sweltering through a boiling summer's day - and the worst is yet to come, with a cool change days away. Melbourne is sweltering through a boiling summer's day - and the worst is yet to come, with a cool change days away. A top of 36 has... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne in the midst of a mini-heatwave but it'll cool down by bedtimeA paddle boarder and his dog on Port Phillip Bay. Photo: Leigh Henningham Melb
Melbourne in the midst of a mini-heatwave but it'll cool down by bedtime
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
A paddle boarder and his dog on Port Phillip Bay. Photo: Leigh Henningham Melbourne is sweltering through a boiling summer's day - and the worst is yet to come, with a cool change days away. A top of 36 has been forecast for Melbourne on Monday,... Read more
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Herald Sun
Ironman starts wave of support for sisterCallum Smith with sister Jacinta, who was diagnosed with a tumour in her spine.
Ironman starts wave of support for sister
Herald Sun / Posted 25 days ago
Callum Smith with sister Jacinta, who was diagnosed with a tumour in her spine. Picture: ALEX COPPEL AFTER Jacinta Smith battled a tumour that threatened to make her a quadriplegic, her younger brother has taken on his own challenge to raise money... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Top 10 swimming with animals experiencesThere is something magical - and a bit terrifying - about swimming alongside an
Top 10 swimming with animals experiences
Daily Liberal / Posted 26 days ago
There is something magical - and a bit terrifying - about swimming alongside an animal in its own environment. GREAT WHITE SHARKS The Neptune Islands off South Australia's Eyre Peninsula are the only place in Australia where shark cage diving is... Read more
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News.com.au
Stranded passengers ditch the SpiritThe Spirit of Tasmania has been damaged after wild winds caused the vessel to s
Stranded passengers ditch the Spirit
News.com.au / Posted 28 days ago
The Spirit of Tasmania has been damaged after wild winds caused the vessel to smash into a gantry. Courtesy: 7 News Melbourne Swimmers get a close-up look at the ship. Picture: Jay Town UPDATE: THE damaged Spirit of Tasmania’s sister ship is coming... Read more
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The Courier
MFB warns residents to close doors and windows as thick smoke from industrial fire blankets BroadmeadowsFirefighters are battling to control a tyre fire at an industrial premises in B
MFB warns residents to close doors and windows as thick smoke from industrial fire blankets Broadmeadows
The Courier / Posted a month ago
Firefighters are battling to control a tyre fire at an industrial premises in Broadmeadows in Melbourne's north on Monday morning. Dozens of firefighters assisted by water-bombing helicopters are battling to control a massive tyre fire at an... Read more
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The Courier
Ditch the ferry and swim the rip from Point Nepean to to Point LonsdaleWho would pay $470 to swim across the deadly Port Phillip Heads? Plenty of peop
Ditch the ferry and swim the rip from Point Nepean to to Point Lonsdale
The Courier / Posted 1 months ago
Who would pay $470 to swim across the deadly Port Phillip Heads? Plenty of people, with regular group swims running from Point Nepean to Point Lonsdale. For thrillseekers bored with boat cruises and dolphin swims, there's now this: $470-a-head group... Read more
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