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2015/08/01 00:26
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... fur seal attracts crowd in Victorian coastal town of Portarlington A 150 kilogram fur seal, which ventured into the main street of a coastal community near Geelong on Friday, has been...
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2015/07/26 14:50
2015/07/26 14:50
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Illustration: John Shakespeare He has been at war with mining behemoths BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto all year. So it would seem appropriate that ABC's prestigious Four Corners program would call...
2015/07/22 16:21
2015/07/22 16:21
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Were Aborigines the first AMERICANS? Native tribes in the Amazon found to be most closely related to indigenous Australians Genetic study finds three native Amazonian tribes share more DNA with...
2015/07/21 19:26
2015/07/21 19:26
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The icy addiction of winter swimming Why some people can't start their day without a frosty dip.Introduction It's 5 degrees Celsius at 5:30am. While most Melburnians are still wrapped up under a...
2015/07/21 08:05
2015/07/21 08:05
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A SEARCH for a kitesurfer in Melbourne's Port Phillip Bay has been abandoned after police concluded the apparently missing person had swum ashore. THE kitesurfer was feared missing after a witness...
2015/07/21 05:12
2015/07/21 05:12
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The search for a missing kite surfer in Melbourne's bayside area has been called off. The search for a missing kite surfer in Melbourne's bayside area has been called off. A police search was...
2015/07/20 17:16
2015/07/20 17:16
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Australia's Prime Minister TonyAbbott turned mummy's boy and put the 72-year-old Bronwyn Bishop on "probation". Photo / AP Tony Abbott once described himself as the ideological love child of prime...
2015/07/18 15:15
2015/07/18 15:15
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On board that tax-payer funded flight of fancy as imagined by Tim Barlass. "Welcome aboard this all-too-brief Air Melbourne charter flight to Geelong. This is your pilot speaking. "Our flight time...
2015/07/13 07:20
2015/07/13 07:20
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Warm welcome: during Science Week, Echuca will host Neural Knitworks which explores brain functioning through knitted dendrites, axons and ganglia. Photo: Supplied Think of neuroscience and neither...
2015/07/13 04:13
2015/07/13 04:13
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POPULAR children's author Andy Griffiths is in Gladstone this week to celebrate books, reading, drawing and rocket-powered carrot launchers. Hundreds of school students will enjoy workshops with the...
2015/07/12 13:50
2015/07/12 13:50
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Campbell Brown after his aborted swim. Photo: Samantha Lane Dover: AFL premiership player Campbell Brown had to be pulled out of the English Channel, an extreme turn in weather conditions causing his...
2015/07/12 00:29
2015/07/12 00:29
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EX-AFL hardman Campbell Brown had to be pulled out of the sea in his attempt to swim the English Channel and raise more than $100,000 for The Shane Warne Foundation. A sudden change in weather led to...
2015/07/11 02:19
2015/07/11 02:19
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FROM tuna at Port Lincoln to oysters at Port Phillip Bay and broadacre cropping at Walbundrie — it’s all in a day’s work for Andrew Taylor. FROM tuna at Port Lincoln to oysters at Port Phillip Bay...
2015/07/10 15:51
2015/07/10 15:51
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Mussel farmer Michael "Harry" Harris is concerned what the consequences might be of mussels he has not grown being passed off as his. Photo: Richard Cornish Victorian boutique food producers have...
2015/07/10 11:20
2015/07/10 11:20
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The mass of closely spaced contour lines on the map indicates that we're not far from a place called World's End, and immersed in some of our country's most remote mountain country. It's easy to see...
2015/07/10 04:27
2015/07/10 04:27
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Increasingly impatient, a retired AFL premiership player sits in a humble, though magnificently located, caravan park on the cliff tops of Dover, England, steadily demolishing bags of...
2015/07/08 13:22
2015/07/08 13:22
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The first Australians WERE Aborigines: DNA analysis quashes claims that unknown race preceded indigenous people that live there today Genetic analysis and archaeological evidence has shown Aborigines...
2015/07/07 07:19
2015/07/07 07:19
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On a frigid Melbourne day, models strip to bikinis for a chance at stardom. Photo: Lucas Dawson photography It's mid-winter. On the beach at St Kilda, a chilled breeze slinks in over the frigid...
2015/07/03 06:27
2015/07/03 06:27
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Close encounters in the underwater dark Dive into the alien-like world beneath Port Phillip Bay. Related Stories Science fiction buffs have come up with many strange depictions of alien life, but...
2015/08/01 00:26
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