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Canberra Times
Comedian John Clarke on his friend film-maker Paul Coxthere wasn't much interest in men who fixed cars and called each other 'mate'.
Comedian John Clarke on his friend film-maker Paul Cox
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
there wasn't much interest in men who fixed cars and called each other 'mate'. David Wenham (left) with Paul Cox . Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Paul's films looked like Dutch interiors with dappled light playing through the window and they were full of... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price warto $3.79/kilo. Toorak butcher Peter Bouchier claims meat discounting at the ma
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price war
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
to $3.79/kilo. Toorak butcher Peter Bouchier claims meat discounting at the major supermarket chains is disgusting. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Woolworths meat company director Pat McEntee said the discounts on lamb were developed to meet shopper demand... Read more
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WA Today
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price warto $3.79/kilo. Toorak butcher Peter Bouchier claims meat discounting at the ma
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price war
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
to $3.79/kilo. Toorak butcher Peter Bouchier claims meat discounting at the major supermarket chains is disgusting. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Woolworths meat company director Pat McEntee said the discounts on lamb were developed to meet shopper demand... Read more
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The Age
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price warlast week. Toorak butcher Peter Bouchier claims meat discounting at the major
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price war
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
last week. Toorak butcher Peter Bouchier claims meat discounting at the major supermarket chains is disgusting. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Aldi's latest meat price reductions have cut the cost of a leg of lamb to $9.49/kilo and whole chickens to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price warlast week. Toorak butcher Peter Bouchier claims meat discounting at the major
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price war
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
last week. Toorak butcher Peter Bouchier claims meat discounting at the major supermarket chains is disgusting. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Aldi's latest meat price reductions have cut the cost of a leg of lamb to $9.49/kilo and whole chickens to... Read more
7 related stories
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Canberra Times
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price warto $3.79/kilo. Toorak butcher Peter Bouchier claims meat discounting at the ma
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price war
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
to $3.79/kilo. Toorak butcher Peter Bouchier claims meat discounting at the major supermarket chains is disgusting. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Woolworths meat company director Pat McEntee said the discounts on lamb were developed to meet shopper demand... Read more
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Canberra Times
Paul Cox dead: That's a wrap, but man of flowers was defiant to the endtypically, had other ideas. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outside
Paul Cox dead: That's a wrap, but man of flowers was defiant to the end
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
typically, had other ideas. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outside his Albert Park office last year. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer He roused himself from his deathbed and announced in September that he intended to make another film, Inferno,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Paul Cox dead: That's a wrap, but man of flowers was defiant to the endthis stubborn giant of a man. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outsi
Paul Cox dead: That's a wrap, but man of flowers was defiant to the end
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
this stubborn giant of a man. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outside his Albert Park office last year. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer But Cox, typically, had other ideas. He roused himself from his deathbed and announced in September that he... Read more
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The Age
Paul Cox dead: That's a wrap, but man of flowers was defiant to the endthis stubborn giant of a man. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outsi
Paul Cox dead: That's a wrap, but man of flowers was defiant to the end
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
this stubborn giant of a man. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outside his Albert Park office last year. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer But Cox, typically, had other ideas. He roused himself from his deathbed and announced in September that he... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Paul Cox dead: That's a wrap, but man of flowers was defiant to the endtypically, had other ideas. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outside
Paul Cox dead: That's a wrap, but man of flowers was defiant to the end
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
typically, had other ideas. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outside his Albert Park office last year. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer He roused himself from his deathbed and announced in September that he intended to make another film, Inferno,... Read more
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WA Today
Paul Cox, man of flowers, finally calls cuttypically, had other ideas. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outside
Paul Cox, man of flowers, finally calls cut
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
typically, had other ideas. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outside his Albert Park office last year. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer He roused himself from his deathbed and announced in September that he intended to make another film, Inferno,... Read more
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The Age
Paul Cox, man of flowers, finally calls cutthis stubborn giant of a man. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outsi
Paul Cox, man of flowers, finally calls cut
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
this stubborn giant of a man. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outside his Albert Park office last year. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer But Cox, typically, had other ideas. He roused himself from his deathbed and announced in September that he... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Paul Cox, man of flowers, finally calls cutthis stubborn giant of a man. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outsi
Paul Cox, man of flowers, finally calls cut
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
this stubborn giant of a man. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outside his Albert Park office last year. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer But Cox, typically, had other ideas. He roused himself from his deathbed and announced in September that he... Read more
38 related stories
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Canberra Times
Paul Cox, man of flowers, finally calls cuttypically, had other ideas. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outside
Paul Cox, man of flowers, finally calls cut
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
typically, had other ideas. Paul Cox (right), with actor David Wenham, outside his Albert Park office last year. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer He roused himself from his deathbed and announced in September that he intended to make another film, Inferno,... Read more
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The Age
Australian film director Paul Cox dead at 76RIP: Paul Cox. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Paul Cox, who is widely regarded as the fa
Australian film director Paul Cox dead at 76
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
RIP: Paul Cox. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Paul Cox, who is widely regarded as the father of Australian arthouse cinema, has reportedly died aged 76. The Australian Directors Guild announced the Dutch-born filmmaker's death on Twitter in Sunday. Cox's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian film director Paul Cox dead at 76RIP: Paul Cox. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Paul Cox, who is widely regarded as the fa
Australian film director Paul Cox dead at 76
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
RIP: Paul Cox. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Paul Cox, who is widely regarded as the father of Australian arthouse cinema, has reportedly died aged 76. The Australian Directors Guild announced the Dutch-born filmmaker's death on Twitter in Sunday. Cox's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
$1 fee on all taxi and Uber trips in pipeline to compensate drivers, despite industry surgefor Uber. They say there is a ''never-ending'' demand from people who want to l
$1 fee on all taxi and Uber trips in pipeline to compensate drivers, despite industry surge
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
for Uber. They say there is a ''never-ending'' demand from people who want to lease a car for up to six months. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer While the value of taxi plates has nearly halved, research by Deloitte Australia and the Independent Pricing... Read more
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The Age
Three guilty over murder of man whose limbs they dumped in the Maribyrnongput him into a "sleeper hold" until he lost consciousness. A police diver in t
Three guilty over murder of man whose limbs they dumped in the Maribyrnong
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
put him into a "sleeper hold" until he lost consciousness. A police diver in the Maribynong River in February. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Brennan's lawyer, Colin Mandy, told the court that the entire case against the three men rested on the... Read more
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The Age
Assisted dying 'Catch-22' for dementia suffererslower immunity to other diseases. Dr William Silvester with a patient in Inten
Assisted dying 'Catch-22' for dementia sufferers
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
lower immunity to other diseases. Dr William Silvester with a patient in Intensive Care at The Austin Hospital. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer "Clearly for people who are developing dementia this new suggested assisted-dying framework is not going to... Read more
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The Age
Ute driver guilty over double tragedy was tailgating at more than 150km/hPolice investigators at the crash site. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer A man has been fo
Ute driver guilty over double tragedy was tailgating at more than 150km/h
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
Police investigators at the crash site. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer A man has been found guilty of criminal charges over the deaths of two young men killed in a high-speed road crash. Nicholas George, 50, was on Thursday found guilty of two charges of... Read more
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The Age
CFA crisis: Embattled Minister holds firm, political chaos continuesenters its 1159th day on Tuesday. Leaning in: Premier Daniel Andrews and Emerg
CFA crisis: Embattled Minister holds firm, political chaos continues
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
enters its 1159th day on Tuesday. Leaning in: Premier Daniel Andrews and Emergency Services Minister Jane Garrett. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Up until Mr Andrews met with the union boss Peter Marshall the Premier had backed his minister -- it remains... Read more
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The Courier
Victorian firefighters dispute: The burning questionsWhy did Premier Andrews get involved? Premier Daniel Andrews and Emergency Ser
Victorian firefighters dispute: The burning questions
The Courier / Posted 19 days ago
Why did Premier Andrews get involved? Premier Daniel Andrews and Emergency Services Minister Jane Garrett. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Politically, this is the $1 million question. With the impasse more than a thousand days old, Premier Andrews... Read more
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The Border Mail
Victorian firefighters dispute: The burning questionsWhy did Premier Andrews get involved? Premier Daniel Andrews and Emergency Ser
Victorian firefighters dispute: The burning questions
The Border Mail / Posted 19 days ago
Why did Premier Andrews get involved? Premier Daniel Andrews and Emergency Services Minister Jane Garrett. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Politically, this is the $1 million question. With the impasse more than a thousand days old, Premier Andrews... Read more
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The Age
Victorian firefighters dispute: The burning questionsdid Premier Andrews get involved? Premier Daniel Andrews and Emergency Service
Victorian firefighters dispute: The burning questions
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
did Premier Andrews get involved? Premier Daniel Andrews and Emergency Services Minister Jane Garrett. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Politically, this is the $1 million question. With the impasse more than a thousand days old, Premier Andrews... Read more
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The Age
Country Fire Authority board won't sign 'unlawful' pay dealthe enterprise bargaining agreement (EBA). Premier Daniel Andrews and Emergenc
Country Fire Authority board won't sign 'unlawful' pay deal
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
the enterprise bargaining agreement (EBA). Premier Daniel Andrews and Emergency Services Minister Jane Garrett. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer The spokesman said it is now seeking advice from senior counsel about how to act. "We have serious concerns... Read more
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The Age
Emergency Services Minister considers quitting as firefighters stoush deepensLeaning in: Premier Daniel Andrews and Emergency Services Minister Jane Garrett
Emergency Services Minister considers quitting as firefighters stoush deepens
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
Leaning in: Premier Daniel Andrews and Emergency Services Minister Jane Garrett. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Victoria's first-term government has been rocked by the prospect of losing its second minister in a year - this time over Premier Daniel Andrews'... Read more
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The Age
Premier's can-do approach raises uncomfortable questionsconcerns about union clout. Leaning in: Premier Daniel Andrews and Emergency S
Premier's can-do approach raises uncomfortable questions
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
concerns about union clout. Leaning in: Premier Daniel Andrews and Emergency Services Minister Jane Garrett. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer But there is also a less obvious, although no less damaging trade-off he must now also confront. Andrews has... Read more
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The Age
Firefighters' union close to victory on CFA pay dealbalanced". Acting Premier James Merlino says controversial Country Fire Author
Firefighters' union close to victory on CFA pay deal
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
balanced". Acting Premier James Merlino says controversial Country Fire Authority pay deal is 'fair and balanced'. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer He denied the government was in crisis over the drawn-out industrial dispute. The government will now consider... Read more
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The Age
Premier Daniel Andrews faces revolt over firefighters' dealPremier Daniel Andrews and Emergency Services Minister Jane Garrett. Photo: Si
Premier Daniel Andrews faces revolt over firefighters' deal
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
Premier Daniel Andrews and Emergency Services Minister Jane Garrett. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Premier Daniel Andrews faces a revolt from tens of thousands of CFA volunteers, and a cabinet fight, after the industrial umpire ruled in favour of the... Read more
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The Age
Gerald Ridsdale's name blacked out on old school's honour boardstudent Peter Blenkiron at St Patrick's College in Ballarat with ribbons which
Gerald Ridsdale's name blacked out on old school's honour board
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
student Peter Blenkiron at St Patrick's College in Ballarat with ribbons which have been attached to the front gate. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer "We didn't want to erase history but by putting a black line through his name we are showing we are not proud... Read more
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The Age
Murder charge over underworld standover man George Templeton's disappearanceRobyn Lindholm with George Teazis. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer A woman has been charg
Murder charge over underworld standover man George Templeton's disappearance
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
Robyn Lindholm with George Teazis. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer A woman has been charged with murder over the decade-old mystery of vanished underworld standover man George Templeton. Templeton, also known as George Teazis, disappeared from his Reservoir... Read more
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The Age
'Betrayed' incest survivors call for second child sex abuse royal commissionGeelong was sexually abused by her grandfather. She says more needs to be done
'Betrayed' incest survivors call for second child sex abuse royal commission
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
Geelong was sexually abused by her grandfather. She says more needs to be done for victims of family sexual abuse. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Like many small children, Kathy Mabon was scared of the dark. But unlike others, her fear was not... Read more
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The Courier
Parkinson’s disease cluster has pulses racingshows a spike in people developing Parkinson's disease in particular agricultur
Parkinson’s disease cluster has pulses racing
The Courier / Posted 30 days ago
shows a spike in people developing Parkinson's disease in particular agricultural areas in regional Victoria. Picture: SIMON O'DWYER A cluster of Parkinson's disease has been discovered in a key Victorian barley, chick pea and lentil farming... Read more

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