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The Age
Documentary on Australia's elite SAS regiment goes beyond the stereotypesAustralian SAS soldiers on patrol near Bagram, Afghanistan. Photo: Simon O'Dwye
Documentary on Australia's elite SAS regiment goes beyond the stereotypes
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Australian SAS soldiers on patrol near Bagram, Afghanistan. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Humour and intellect are not the traits typically associated with soldiers in Australia's elite Special Air Service regiment. But those are the characteristics that... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Documentary on Australia's elite SAS regiment goes beyond the stereotypesAustralian SAS soldiers on patrol near Bagram, Afghanistan. Photo: Simon O'Dwye
Documentary on Australia's elite SAS regiment goes beyond the stereotypes
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Australian SAS soldiers on patrol near Bagram, Afghanistan. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Humour and intellect are not the traits typically associated with soldiers in Australia's elite Special Air Service regiment. But those are the characteristics that... Read more
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Western Advocate
Homicide Squad investigating baby’s death | AudioUPDATE 11.25am: Listen to the full Victoria Police press conference here: UPDA
Homicide Squad investigating baby’s death | Audio
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
UPDATE 11.25am: Listen to the full Victoria Police press conference here: UPDATE 11.05am: Police are not questioning anyone else in relation to the baby’s death. UPDATE 11.04am: Victoria Police say there were no physical signs of injuries when... Read more
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The Young Witness
Homicide Squad investigating baby’s death | AudioUPDATE 11.25am: Listen to the full Victoria Police press conference here: UPDA
Homicide Squad investigating baby’s death | Audio
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
UPDATE 11.25am: Listen to the full Victoria Police press conference here: UPDATE 11.05am: Police are not questioning anyone else in relation to the baby’s death. UPDATE 11.04am: Victoria Police say there were no physical signs of injuries when... Read more
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The Age
Goodbye winter, never come backMelbourne recently. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer We did it. Winter 2015 is officially
Goodbye winter, never come back
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Melbourne recently. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer We did it. Winter 2015 is officially gone. Many Melburnians would have woken up with a smile on their faces to today's date – the day we buried the nastiest winter since 1989. While it's still too early to... Read more
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The Age
My coffee with killer and rapist Sean Christian PriceSean Price is is taken away by detectives from the Sunshine Police Station. Pho
My coffee with killer and rapist Sean Christian Price
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
Sean Price is is taken away by detectives from the Sunshine Police Station. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer The veins stood out on his hands and his eyes were wide. He might just have been an intense young man, aggrieved at his treatment by prison authorities,... Read more
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The Age
Red flags littered Price's path to murderSean Price greets media as he is taken away by detectives from the Sunshine Pol
Red flags littered Price's path to murder
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
Sean Price greets media as he is taken away by detectives from the Sunshine Police Station in March. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer As Sean Christian Price served out a long sentence in the Thomas Embling forensic hospital for stalking, rape and threats to... Read more
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The Age
The war on myki: Julian Burnside QC leads legal team to help Melbourne commuters fight fines in courtThe enforcement of myki fines has been thrown into doubt. A team of lawyers, l
The war on myki: Julian Burnside QC leads legal team to help Melbourne commuters fight fines in court
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
The enforcement of myki fines has been thrown into doubt. A team of lawyers, led by eminent barrister Julian Burnside, QC, are about to descend on Melbourne's courts to help commuters facing fare-evasion charges. Mr Burnside and his team are... Read more
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The North West Star
Rising Star award 2015: who's still to come?Jesse Hogan v Patrick Cripps was the subplot to Sunday's Melbourne-Carlton game
Rising Star award 2015: who's still to come?
The North West Star / Posted 12 days ago
Jesse Hogan v Patrick Cripps was the subplot to Sunday's Melbourne-Carlton game, and the Carlton midfielder had the better day of the Rising Star favourites. Jesse Hogan v Patrick Cripps was the subplot to Sunday's Melbourne-Carlton game, and the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Street artist Phoenix rises from the ashes after fire destroyed decades of work"John", aka "Phoenix", is a psychotherapist by day and street artist by night.
Street artist Phoenix rises from the ashes after fire destroyed decades of work
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
"John", aka "Phoenix", is a psychotherapist by day and street artist by night. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer This is John* the psychotherapist. We can't show you his face. By day, John sees patients in a medical clinic in Melbourne's south-east. By night... Read more
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The Age
Calls for ban after horse pulling carriage of six bolts in CBDHorse-drawn carriages in Melbourne. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer A spooked horse pulli
Calls for ban after horse pulling carriage of six bolts in CBD
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
Horse-drawn carriages in Melbourne. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer A spooked horse pulling a carriage has bolted across tram tracks on St Kilda Road, throwing its driver from his seat. The chaotic scene has inflamed calls to ban the sight-seeing carriages... Read more
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The Age
Now you can have your medieval sword made by a sheilaPhotograph Simon O'Dwyer. The Age Newspaper.180815. Photograph Shows. For five
Now you can have your medieval sword made by a sheila
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
Photograph Simon O'Dwyer. The Age Newspaper.180815. Photograph Shows. For five years, Mary Hackett (left) has run Blacksmith Doris, a monthly blacksmith training sessionb only for women. One of her students Alice Garrett, loved it so much she is now... Read more
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The Age
The rite of passage on its way out for Australian teensAssumption College, Kilmore, students Chloe Taylor, Patrick Killeen, Rauiri Cah
The rite of passage on its way out for Australian teens
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
Assumption College, Kilmore, students Chloe Taylor, Patrick Killeen, Rauiri Cahir and Anthony Francis say smoking is so uncool. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer It used to be a rite of passage. In the 1980s, one in four teenagers smoked cigarettes weekly and... Read more
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WA Today
When is a $2.5 billion deal not really a $2.5 billion deal?Did Murdoch, Seven pay too much for AFL rights? When is a $2.5 billion deal no
When is a $2.5 billion deal not really a $2.5 billion deal?
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
Did Murdoch, Seven pay too much for AFL rights? When is a $2.5 billion deal not quite a $2.5 billion deal? When it consists of payments that are staggered over time, like the AFL's broadcasting deal with the Seven Network, News Corp's wholly owned... Read more
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The Age
When is a $2.5 billion deal not really a $2.5 billion deal?Did Murdoch, Seven pay too much for AFL rights? When is a $2.5 billion deal no
When is a $2.5 billion deal not really a $2.5 billion deal?
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
Did Murdoch, Seven pay too much for AFL rights? When is a $2.5 billion deal not quite a $2.5 billion deal? When it consists of payments that are staggered over time, like the AFL's broadcasting deal with the Seven Network, News Corp's wholly owned... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
When is a $2.5 billion deal not really a $2.5 billion deal?Did Murdoch, Seven pay too much for AFL rights? When is a $2.5 billion deal no
When is a $2.5 billion deal not really a $2.5 billion deal?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
Did Murdoch, Seven pay too much for AFL rights? When is a $2.5 billion deal not quite a $2.5 billion deal? When it consists of payments that are staggered over time, like the AFL's broadcasting deal with the Seven Network, News Corp's wholly owned... Read more
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Canberra Times
When is a $2.5 billion deal not really a $2.5 billion deal?Did Murdoch, Seven pay too much for AFL rights? When is a $2.5 billion deal no
When is a $2.5 billion deal not really a $2.5 billion deal?
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
Did Murdoch, Seven pay too much for AFL rights? When is a $2.5 billion deal not quite a $2.5 billion deal? When it consists of payments that are staggered over time, like the AFL's broadcasting deal with the Seven Network, News Corp's wholly owned... Read more
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Brisbane Times
When is a $2.5 billion deal not really a $2.5 billion deal?Did Murdoch, Seven pay too much for AFL rights? When is a $2.5 billion deal no
When is a $2.5 billion deal not really a $2.5 billion deal?
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
Did Murdoch, Seven pay too much for AFL rights? When is a $2.5 billion deal not quite a $2.5 billion deal? When it consists of payments that are staggered over time, like the AFL's broadcasting deal with the Seven Network, News Corp's wholly owned... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Footy fans stuck with Foxtel until 2022It's all smiles as the new AFL broadcast rights deal retains many of the same-o
Footy fans stuck with Foxtel until 2022
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 days ago
It's all smiles as the new AFL broadcast rights deal retains many of the same-old restrictions for footy fans wanting to watch their team every week. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Telstra won't stream live AFL matches to its 'Telstra TV' Roku box, only to... Read more
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WA Today
Foxtel and Telstra still have footy fans by the ballsIt's all smiles as the new AFL broadcast rights deal retains many of the same-o
Foxtel and Telstra still have footy fans by the balls
WA Today / Posted 17 days ago
It's all smiles as the new AFL broadcast rights deal retains many of the same-old restrictions for footy fans wanting to watch their team every week. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Telstra won't stream live AFL matches to its 'Telstra TV' Roku box, only to... Read more
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The Age
Foxtel and Telstra still have footy fans by the ballsIt's all smiles as the new AFL broadcast rights deal retains many of the same-o
Foxtel and Telstra still have footy fans by the balls
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
It's all smiles as the new AFL broadcast rights deal retains many of the same-old restrictions for footy fans wanting to watch their team every week. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Telstra won't stream live AFL matches to its 'Telstra TV' Roku box, only to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Foxtel and Telstra still have footy fans by the ballsIt's all smiles as the new AFL broadcast rights deal retains many of the same-o
Foxtel and Telstra still have footy fans by the balls
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
It's all smiles as the new AFL broadcast rights deal retains many of the same-old restrictions for footy fans wanting to watch their team every week. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Telstra won't stream live AFL matches to its 'Telstra TV' Roku box, only to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Foxtel and Telstra still have footy fans by the ballsIt's all smiles as the new AFL broadcast rights deal retains many of the same-o
Foxtel and Telstra still have footy fans by the balls
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
It's all smiles as the new AFL broadcast rights deal retains many of the same-old restrictions for footy fans wanting to watch their team every week. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Telstra won't stream live AFL matches to its 'Telstra TV' Roku box, only to... Read more
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The Age
Children stuck in middle as separated parents fight over schoolsTwelve-year-old Josie is stuck in limbo because her separated parents disagree
Children stuck in middle as separated parents fight over schools
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
Twelve-year-old Josie is stuck in limbo because her separated parents disagree about which high school she should be enrolled in. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer It's an issue that crops up all too often: separated parents fighting over where to send their... Read more
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The Age
Sean Price was a mental health time bombMasa's killer pleads guilty to murder Sean Christian Price told the psychiatri
Sean Price was a mental health time bomb
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
Masa's killer pleads guilty to murder Sean Christian Price told the psychiatrists who were trying to diagnose and treat his complex mental health issues that when he was still a boy at primary school, his father mistreated him. Sometimes, according... Read more
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The Age
When your dream home becomes a nightmareAlison and Mark Attard outside their fenced off Clifton Hill home in Melbourne.
When your dream home becomes a nightmare
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
Alison and Mark Attard outside their fenced off Clifton Hill home in Melbourne. Photo: Chris Hopkins When Mark and Alison signed on with builders to start work on their new house, she was pregnant with their third child so they decided to stretch... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Watchdog moves on land bankingIllustration: Simon Bosch They'd sell ice to an Eskimo," says David Johnson* a
Watchdog moves on land banking
Brisbane Times / Posted 21 days ago
Illustration: Simon Bosch They'd sell ice to an Eskimo," says David Johnson* as he ponders the whereabouts of almost $180,000 he tipped into land banking schemes linked to notorious get-rich spruikers Jamie McIntyre and Henry Kaye. For the young... Read more
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WA Today
Watchdog moves on land bankingIllustration: Simon Bosch They'd sell ice to an Eskimo," says David Johnson* a
Watchdog moves on land banking
WA Today / Posted 21 days ago
Illustration: Simon Bosch They'd sell ice to an Eskimo," says David Johnson* as he ponders the whereabouts of almost $180,000 he tipped into land banking schemes linked to notorious get-rich spruikers Jamie McIntyre and Henry Kaye. For the young... Read more
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The Age
Watchdog moves on land bankingIllustration: Simon Bosch They'd sell ice to an Eskimo," says David Johnson* a
Watchdog moves on land banking
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
Illustration: Simon Bosch They'd sell ice to an Eskimo," says David Johnson* as he ponders the whereabouts of almost $180,000 he tipped into land banking schemes linked to notorious get-rich spruikers Jamie McIntyre and Henry Kaye. For the young... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Watchdog moves on land bankingIllustration: Simon Bosch They'd sell ice to an Eskimo," says David Johnson* a
Watchdog moves on land banking
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
Illustration: Simon Bosch They'd sell ice to an Eskimo," says David Johnson* as he ponders the whereabouts of almost $180,000 he tipped into land banking schemes linked to notorious get-rich spruikers Jamie McIntyre and Henry Kaye. For the young... Read more
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Canberra Times
Watchdog moves on land bankingIllustration: Simon Bosch They'd sell ice to an Eskimo," says David Johnson* a
Watchdog moves on land banking
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
Illustration: Simon Bosch They'd sell ice to an Eskimo," says David Johnson* as he ponders the whereabouts of almost $180,000 he tipped into land banking schemes linked to notorious get-rich spruikers Jamie McIntyre and Henry Kaye. For the young... Read more
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The Age
Scrap developers for cheaper, better apartments, say researchersThe R50 communal building in Berlin is a shining example of a self-build "delib
Scrap developers for cheaper, better apartments, say researchers
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
The R50 communal building in Berlin is a shining example of a self-build "deliberative development". Cheaper apartments with vastly improved designs may seem impossible in Melbourne's skyrocketing property market. But scrapping developers from the... Read more
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The Courier
Sunday August 9Melbourne Express: It is safe to put your umbrella away - but just for today.
Sunday August 9
The Courier / Posted 27 days ago
Melbourne Express: It is safe to put your umbrella away - but just for today. There is a very good chance of needing to pull your brolly out every day this week ... but on this fine Sunday, weather forecasters predict clouds but... Read more
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The Border Mail
Sunday August 9Melbourne Express: It is safe to put your umbrella away - but just for today.
Sunday August 9
The Border Mail / Posted 27 days ago
Melbourne Express: It is safe to put your umbrella away - but just for today. There is a very good chance of needing to pull your brolly out every day this week ... but on this fine Sunday, weather forecasters predict clouds but... Read more
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The Courier
Sunday August 9It is safe to put your umbrella away - but just for today. There is a very good
Sunday August 9
The Courier / Posted 27 days ago
It is safe to put your umbrella away - but just for today. There is a very good chance of needing to pull your brolly out every day this week ... but on this fine Sunday, weather forecasters predict clouds but little to no chance of rain. We've woken... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Sunday, August 9, 2015Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Isra
Sunday, August 9, 2015
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Israel Folau of the Wallabies poses with the Rugby Championship Trophy after winning the Rugby Championship match between the Australia Wallabies and the New Zealand All... Read more
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The Young Witness
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Isra
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015
The Young Witness / Posted 27 days ago
Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Israel Folau of the Wallabies poses with the Rugby Championship Trophy after winning the Rugby Championship match between the Australia Wallabies and the New Zealand All... Read more
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The Age
They are called elderly mothers. But they're doing better than you might think.First time parents Justin Ward and Rhondalynn Korolak with baby Eden. Photo: Si
They are called elderly mothers. But they're doing better than you might think.
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
First time parents Justin Ward and Rhondalynn Korolak with baby Eden. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer They are called elderly primiparae. Women who fall pregnant for the first time over the age of 35. Or in Rhondalynn Korolak's​ case, an extremely elderly... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne Express Sunday: News you need to start your weekendClouds ... but little chance of rain. Photo: Penny Stephens It is safe to put
Melbourne Express Sunday: News you need to start your weekend
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
Clouds ... but little chance of rain. Photo: Penny Stephens It is safe to put your umbrella away - but just for today. There is a very good chance of needing to pull your brolly out every day this week ... but on this fine Sunday, weather... Read more
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Western Advocate
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Isra
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015
Western Advocate / Posted 27 days ago
Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Israel Folau of the Wallabies poses with the Rugby Championship Trophy after winning the Rugby Championship match between the Australia Wallabies and the New Zealand All... Read more
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Kiama Independent
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Isra
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015
Kiama Independent / Posted 27 days ago
Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Israel Folau of the Wallabies poses with the Rugby Championship Trophy after winning the Rugby Championship match between the Australia Wallabies and the New Zealand All... Read more
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Manning River Times
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Isra
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015
Manning River Times / Posted 27 days ago
Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Israel Folau of the Wallabies poses with the Rugby Championship Trophy after winning the Rugby Championship match between the Australia Wallabies and the New Zealand All... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Isra
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 27 days ago
Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Israel Folau of the Wallabies poses with the Rugby Championship Trophy after winning the Rugby Championship match between the Australia Wallabies and the New Zealand All... Read more
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The North West Star
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Isra
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015
The North West Star / Posted 27 days ago
Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Israel Folau of the Wallabies poses with the Rugby Championship Trophy after winning the Rugby Championship match between the Australia Wallabies and the New Zealand All... Read more
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Daily Liberal
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Isra
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015
Daily Liberal / Posted 27 days ago
Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Israel Folau of the Wallabies poses with the Rugby Championship Trophy after winning the Rugby Championship match between the Australia Wallabies and the New Zealand All... Read more
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The Border Mail
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Isra
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015
The Border Mail / Posted 27 days ago
Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Israel Folau of the Wallabies poses with the Rugby Championship Trophy after winning the Rugby Championship match between the Australia Wallabies and the New Zealand All... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Isra
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 27 days ago
Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Israel Folau of the Wallabies poses with the Rugby Championship Trophy after winning the Rugby Championship match between the Australia Wallabies and the New Zealand All... Read more
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The Courier
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Isra
State of the Nation | Sunday, August 9, 2015
The Courier / Posted 27 days ago
Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Israel Folau of the Wallabies poses with the Rugby Championship Trophy after winning the Rugby Championship match between the Australia Wallabies and the New Zealand All... Read more
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The Courier
Saturday August 8Melbourne Express: Good morning, Melburnians. We've woken up to a nine degree
Saturday August 8
The Courier / Posted 28 days ago
Melbourne Express: Good morning, Melburnians. We've woken up to a nine degree morning and today is mercifully not going to be too bitterly cold, but you still might need your brolly. The weather bureau says we're heading for a top... Read more
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The Border Mail
Saturday August 8Melbourne Express: Good morning, Melburnians. We've woken up to a nine degree
Saturday August 8
The Border Mail / Posted 28 days ago
Melbourne Express: Good morning, Melburnians. We've woken up to a nine degree morning and today is mercifully not going to be too bitterly cold, but you still might need your brolly. The weather bureau says we're heading for a top... Read more
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