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The Age
Get a sneak preview of the new Collingwood Arts Precinctproject is his biggest yet. ''A lot of work to be done'': The old Collingwood T
Get a sneak preview of the new Collingwood Arts Precinct
The Age / Posted an hour ago
project is his biggest yet. ''A lot of work to be done'': The old Collingwood Technical School, before works began. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Melbourne architectural firm Fieldwork has been enlisted to oversee design of the precinct, which will host... Read more
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Canberra Times
Is your super at risk from climate change?option. Up in smoke: Carbon-intensive assets making good returns today could p
Is your super at risk from climate change?
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
option. Up in smoke: Carbon-intensive assets making good returns today could plunge in value in the future. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer So, how might climate change affect investment returns? And what can members do about it? It is now being... Read more
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The North West Star
The life of Bryce CourtenayAustralian animal inside to build. Photo: Nick Moir Bryce Courtenay embraces a
The life of Bryce Courtenay
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
Australian animal inside to build. Photo: Nick Moir Bryce Courtenay embraces a friend at one of his book launches. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Bryce Courtenay embraces a friend at one of his book launches. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Bryce Courtenay talks... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Life's finally a beach for people with disabilities12, Henrietta Graham, 11, and Jimmy Jones, 8, from the Starfish Nippers program
Life's finally a beach for people with disabilities
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 days ago
12, Henrietta Graham, 11, and Jimmy Jones, 8, from the Starfish Nippers program at the Anglesea Life Saving Club. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer What are the quintessential elements of summer? Sand, sea breezes and a dip in the ocean, perhaps. But what... Read more
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The Young Witness
Life's finally a beach for people with disabilities12, Henrietta Graham, 11, and Jimmy Jones, 8, from the Starfish Nippers program
Life's finally a beach for people with disabilities
The Young Witness / Posted 10 days ago
12, Henrietta Graham, 11, and Jimmy Jones, 8, from the Starfish Nippers program at the Anglesea Life Saving Club. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer What are the quintessential elements of summer? Sand, sea breezes and a dip in the ocean, perhaps. But what... Read more
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Western Advocate
Life's finally a beach for people with disabilities12, Henrietta Graham, 11, and Jimmy Jones, 8, from the Starfish Nippers program
Life's finally a beach for people with disabilities
Western Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
12, Henrietta Graham, 11, and Jimmy Jones, 8, from the Starfish Nippers program at the Anglesea Life Saving Club. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer What are the quintessential elements of summer? Sand, sea breezes and a dip in the ocean, perhaps. But what... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Life's finally a beach for people with disabilities12, Henrietta Graham, 11, and Jimmy Jones, 8, from the Starfish Nippers program
Life's finally a beach for people with disabilities
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 days ago
12, Henrietta Graham, 11, and Jimmy Jones, 8, from the Starfish Nippers program at the Anglesea Life Saving Club. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer What are the quintessential elements of summer? Sand, sea breezes and a dip in the ocean, perhaps. But what... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Life's finally a beach for people with disabilities12, Henrietta Graham, 11, and Jimmy Jones, 8, from the Starfish Nippers program
Life's finally a beach for people with disabilities
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
12, Henrietta Graham, 11, and Jimmy Jones, 8, from the Starfish Nippers program at the Anglesea Life Saving Club. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer What are the quintessential elements of summer? Sand, sea breezes and a dip in the ocean, perhaps. But what... Read more
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The Age
Lendlease makes payments to exploited Chinese plastererssite. Some of the Chinese workers and their families outside Lendlease's Melbo
Lendlease makes payments to exploited Chinese plasterers
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
site. Some of the Chinese workers and their families outside Lendlease's Melbourne offices in Docklands last month. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer The underpayments occurred in the months before the subcontractor – East Malvern-based Asset Interiors –... Read more
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The Age
Creative Victoria's $113 million Organisations Investment Program fund targets vulnerable small to medium arts groupsat Eureka is among recipients of funding via Creative Victoria's $113 million O
Creative Victoria's $113 million Organisations Investment Program fund targets vulnerable small to medium arts groups
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
at Eureka is among recipients of funding via Creative Victoria's $113 million Organisations Investment Program. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Shepparton's Aboriginal art organisation Gallery Kaiela​, Indigenous opera company Short Black Opera, Newport... Read more
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The Age
Water surges towards Lakes Entrance after two-day delugerecord downpours. The State Emergency Service says the focus is now shifting to
Water surges towards Lakes Entrance after two-day deluge
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
record downpours. The State Emergency Service says the focus is now shifting to towns including Tinamba and Newry. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer A community meeting will be held at 4pm in the Mechanics Hall, on the corner of Mechanics and Church streets,... Read more
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The Age
"I don't dream anymore": families tell of pain following fatal crashPolice investigators at the crash site. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer The mother of a m
"I don't dream anymore": families tell of pain following fatal crash
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
Police investigators at the crash site. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer The mother of a man killed in a fiery crash on the Mornington Peninsula Freeway has broken down in court as she recounted the effect her son's death has had on her and her family. Adam... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne weather: As cold, cold front brings wind, rain and hail, official advice is 'rug up'is set to arrive from South Australia just before Thursday's evening peak hour.
Melbourne weather: As cold, cold front brings wind, rain and hail, official advice is 'rug up'
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
is set to arrive from South Australia just before Thursday's evening peak hour. It's going to be a cold one today. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer After three days of blue skies, the cold front is expected to bite hard, bringing bone-chilling winds, rain... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Trad hasn't ruled out Cross River Rail levy altogethersays Cross River Rail would tackle congestion but it still hasn't decided how m
Trad hasn't ruled out Cross River Rail levy altogether
Brisbane Times / Posted 28 days ago
says Cross River Rail would tackle congestion but it still hasn't decided how much the populace will pay for it. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Ms Trad said Cross River Rail's new "delivery authority" would have representatives from local councils in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Comedian John Clarke on his friend film-maker Paul Coxthan I am. But I want you to know Johnny, my liver is younger than Rosie's." D
Comedian John Clarke on his friend film-maker Paul Cox
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 28 days ago
than I am. But I want you to know Johnny, my liver is younger than Rosie's." David Wenham (left) with Paul Cox . Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Half a lifetime ago Paul and I wrote some films together and we've always stayed in touch. I'd never written a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The disgusting truth about germs on public transportIt's not just people aboard Melbourne's trains. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Humans a
The disgusting truth about germs on public transport
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 29 days ago
It's not just people aboard Melbourne's trains. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Humans aren't the only creatures moving on the public transport network. Bacteria are also riding the city's roads and rails. Which raises the question: what bacterial passenger... Read more
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The Age
Comedian John Clarke on his friend film-maker Paul Coxthan I am. But I want you to know Johnny, my liver is younger than Rosie's." D
Comedian John Clarke on his friend film-maker Paul Cox
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
than I am. But I want you to know Johnny, my liver is younger than Rosie's." David Wenham (left) with Paul Cox . Photo: Simon O'Dwyer Half a lifetime ago Paul and I wrote some films together and we've always stayed in touch. I'd never written a... Read more
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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 1 months ago
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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