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2015/04/24 00:22
2015/04/24 00:22
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BATHURST: Organisers of this year’s Royal Bathurst Show were lucky that, despite predictions of a wet weekend, no events had to be cancelled. Photo ZENIO LAPKA 041715zshow ORANGE: Plenty of fine food...
2015/04/24 00:22
2015/04/24 00:22
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2015/04/23 14:33
2015/04/23 14:33
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A Japanese magnetic levitation or “maglev” train has broken its own world record for speed—surpassing 590 km/hour on Apr. 21 at a speed of 603 km/hour (374 mph). Central Japan Railway plans to...
2015/04/22 23:22
2015/04/22 23:22
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LIVE UPDATES of all your local, regional and national news from 7am to 9am. 8.51: We've put together a Faces' Of Anzac wall to commemorate 100 years since the landing at Gallipoli. You can see over...
2015/04/22 18:44
2015/04/22 18:44
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The harsh reality of just how tough it is to make a living off the land was never more evident than at last weekend’s Royal Bathurst Show. NOSTALGIA: Wool producer Brian Seaman with the silver...
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2015/04/19 00:49
2015/04/19 00:49
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Lafite diners recall the good old days. WHEN it opened in 1985, the Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur drew a coterie of diners to its restaurants. Lafite, Shang Palace, Nadaman, Gourmet Corner and the...
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2015/04/07 16:20
2015/04/07 16:20
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British Prime Minister David Cameron has become the subject of online ridicule after he was caught eating a hot dog with a knife and fork while attempting to connect with ordinary voters at a...
2015/04/07 12:38
2015/04/07 12:38
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Journalists and photographers attending the event expected to report on Cameron’s talk about tax and pensions with the Docherty family, but instead a picture of his eating a hot dog with a knife and...
2015/04/07 08:37
2015/04/07 08:37
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The intimate occasion, attended by a number of political journalists and press agency photographers, revealed one strange thing about the Prime Minister’s eating habits, however. Mr Cameron was...
2015/04/07 05:17
2015/04/07 05:17
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Knutson, 91, was born July 6, 1924, in Tolley and entered the U.S. Navy in 1943. He served in the Pacific in World War II aboard the USS Samuel L. Miles. He was one of five Knutson brothers to serve...
2015/04/02 12:58
2015/04/02 12:58
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THE great nephew of Thomas Whitham, who was awarded the VC during the First World War, is trying to trace a particular memento of his heroism. The Burnley soldier received several civic honours to...
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2015/04/01 11:16
2015/04/01 11:16
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When I speak to TV star Rustie Lee she is still recovering from an extremely early appearance on Good Morning Britain the day before. However, the 4.30am start was a welcome blast-from-the-past for...
2015/03/31 14:57
2015/03/31 14:57
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BACOLOD City – The new officer-in-charge of Bacolod City PNP was not among those recommended by the Police Regional Office-6. However, he was recommended by no other than Mayor Monico Puentevella...
2015/03/31 02:52
2015/03/31 02:52
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NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. (WKYT) - “This picture is a picture of an 81 mm mortar,” Paris, Ky Resident Hubert “HD” Jasper said while pointing to a picture of himself and two other men during World War II,...
2015/03/29 11:17
2015/03/29 11:17
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In this week’s episode of Real Housewives, the ladies head north to Sydney and the situation between Gamble and Janet turns explosive as Gamble’s hot-headed sister enters the fray. Before all that,...
2015/03/28 09:52
2015/03/28 09:52
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Silver Service for Newham boys Langdon Academy won silver for Newham at the London Youth Games sportshall athletics event Langdon Academy shine at athletics event Newham youngsters were in...
2015/03/27 16:43
2015/03/27 16:43
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TIM COOK, WHOM I HAVE NEVER MET, seems to be a very decent man. He does a lot for charity, he talks a lot of honest sense, and he does a lot for the shareholders of a company called Apple. The news...
2015/03/25 17:53
2015/03/25 17:53
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A man conned thousands of pounds out of Beyoncé fans and other concert goers hoping to attend the Isle of Wight’s Bestival to fund his cocaine habit. Jay Carmen was jailed for two years after...
2015/03/23 07:24
2015/03/23 07:24
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The Terrace Restaurant in Brownhills had been closed for eight months when a van was spotted at the rear of the premises, Wolverhampton Crown Court was told. Police were alerted and discovered a...
2015/03/20 15:38
2015/03/20 15:38
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Bingo: What would you do with $1,000? The Wasaga Beach Lions Club has a $1,000 jackpot up for grabs every Friday night at their Bingo at the Recplex event. There are also up to $4,600 in prizes and...
2015/04/24 00:22
2015/04/24 00:22
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