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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The border farce wasn't a social media beat-up Photo:ABF commissioner Roman Quaedvlieg with Tony Abbott and Peter Dutton.
The border farce wasn't a social media beat
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
-up Photo:ABF commissioner Roman Quaedvlieg with Tony Abbott and Peter Dutton.(AAP: Lukas Coch) When the Border Force says it will do something outside the law, and the Minister responsible won't comment,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Victorian Government plans net fishing phase-out for Port Phillip BayVictorian Government plans commercial net fishing phase-out in Port Phillip Bay
Victorian Government plans net fishing phase-out for Port Phillip Bay
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
Victorian Government plans commercial net fishing phase-out in Port Phillip Bay, as fifth-generation fishermen contemplate their future "Being a single man, I'd normally just go out and catch a few fish and then come down, put the sign up at our... Read more
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The Age
Mornington's charms include a cracker gallery, beaches, great food and a breweryA splash of history enlivens the diverse attractions of the Mornington Peninsul
Mornington's charms include a cracker gallery, beaches, great food and a brewery
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
A splash of history enlivens the diverse attractions of the Mornington Peninsula. Photo: Richard Cornish 1. Storm in a Teacup This powerful and moving exhibition explores the themes of colonisation, civilisation, prestige and social hierarchy as... Read more
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The Age
Ship spotting an unusual hobby for hubbyGraham Flett captures another ocean-going giant as it passes through the Heads.
Ship spotting an unusual hobby for hubby
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
Graham Flett captures another ocean-going giant as it passes through the Heads. Photo: Joe Armao Bronwyn Flett reckons it's good for a husband to have a hobby. Hers just happens to have an unusual one. Graham Flett, of Point Lonsdale, is a ship... Read more
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The Age
Six reasons to visit Frankston3500 tonnes of sand were used to create the Under The Sea sand sculptures. Jaz
Six reasons to visit Frankston
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
3500 tonnes of sand were used to create the Under The Sea sand sculptures. Jazz at Cruden Farm Cruden Farm was a gift to the late Dame Elisabeth Murdoch. The newlywed 19-year-old received it in 1928 from her groom, newspaperman Keith Murdoch. She... Read more
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The Border Mail
Ship spotting a fine romance for Point Lonsdale snapperPoint Lonsdale retiree Graham Flett has an unusual hobby – ship spotting. His p
Ship spotting a fine romance for Point Lonsdale snapper
The Border Mail / Posted 18 days ago
Point Lonsdale retiree Graham Flett has an unusual hobby – ship spotting. His passion is tracking and photographing ships coming through Port Phillip Heads. Bronwyn Flett reckons it's good for a husband to have a hobby. Hers just happens to have an... Read more
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The Courier
Ship spotting a fine romance for Point Lonsdale snapperPoint Lonsdale retiree Graham Flett has an unusual hobby – ship spotting. His p
Ship spotting a fine romance for Point Lonsdale snapper
The Courier / Posted 18 days ago
Point Lonsdale retiree Graham Flett has an unusual hobby – ship spotting. His passion is tracking and photographing ships coming through Port Phillip Heads. Bronwyn Flett reckons it's good for a husband to have a hobby. Hers just happens to have an... Read more
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Queensland Country Life
Coalition's $1.1m to end fish fightCOMMERCIAL fishers and those who fish for fun have received more than half a mi
Coalition's $1.1m to end fish fight
Queensland Country Life / Posted 26 days ago
COMMERCIAL fishers and those who fish for fun have received more than half a million dollars each from the federal government in an attempt to find agreement. Agriculture parliamentary secretary Richard Colbeck has given funding of $550,000 each to... Read more
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Stock & Land
Coalition's $1.1m to end fish fightCOMMERCIAL fishers and those who fish for fun have received more than half a mi
Coalition's $1.1m to end fish fight
Stock & Land / Posted 26 days ago
COMMERCIAL fishers and those who fish for fun have received more than half a million dollars each from the federal government in an attempt to find agreement. Agriculture parliamentary secretary Richard Colbeck has given funding of $550,000 each to... Read more
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The Star
UEM Sunrise wraps up Melbourne 21-storey office tower purchaseKUALA LUMPUR: Property developer UEM Sunrise Bhd has completed the acquisition
UEM Sunrise wraps up Melbourne 21-storey office tower purchase
The Star / Posted 28 days ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Property developer UEM Sunrise Bhd has completed the acquisition of a 21-storey office tower in Melbourne, Australia, for A$58mil (RM161mil). In a statement issued yesterday, UEM said the 172,223-sq ft building located on the strategic... Read more
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The Age
Parliament headed for port showdownThe Victorian Government expects to reap more than the estimated $5-6 billion f
Parliament headed for port showdown
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
The Victorian Government expects to reap more than the estimated $5-6 billion for the sale of the Port of Melbourne. Photo: Jessica Shapiro The fate of the billions of dollars earmarked for Victorian infrastructure will become clearer this week,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Parliament headed for port showdownThe fate of the billions of dollars earmarked for Victorian infrastructure will
Parliament headed for port showdown
The Border Mail / Posted 29 days ago
The fate of the billions of dollars earmarked for Victorian infrastructure will become clearer this week, with parliament to scrutinise Labor's plan to lease the Port of Melbourne. The fate of the billions of dollars earmarked for Victorian... Read more
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The Courier
Parliament headed for port showdownThe fate of the billions of dollars earmarked for Victorian infrastructure will
Parliament headed for port showdown
The Courier / Posted 29 days ago
The fate of the billions of dollars earmarked for Victorian infrastructure will become clearer this week, with parliament to scrutinise Labor's plan to lease the Port of Melbourne. The fate of the billions of dollars earmarked for Victorian... Read more
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The Star
UEM Sunrise buys Melbourne office building for RM161mKUALA LUMPUR: UEM Sunrise Bhd has recently completed its third property acquisi
UEM Sunrise buys Melbourne office building for RM161m
The Star / Posted 29 days ago
KUALA LUMPUR: UEM Sunrise Bhd has recently completed its third property acquisition in Melbourne, for A$58mil (RM161mil), which it intends to develop into a luxury residential project. This comes after its purchase of two CBD sites on LaTrobe Street... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
150kg fur seal attracts crowd in Victorian coastal town of Portarlington A 150 kilogram fur seal, which ventured into the main street
150kg fur seal attracts crowd in Victorian coastal town
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted a month ago
of Portarlington A 150 kilogram fur seal, which ventured into the main street of a coastal community near Geelong on Friday, has been successfully guided back out to Port Phillip Bay. The... Read more

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