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2015/04/19 11:53
2015/04/19 11:53
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A GLOBE-TROTTING grandad who set sail from his native Birmingham some 45 years ago for a life of adventure Down Under is hoping to return to his home city to fulfill an Olympic dream. John Hughes...
2015/04/19 11:53
2015/04/19 11:53
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2015/04/19 11:26
2015/04/19 11:26
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Trent Parke: The Black Rose follows the Adelaide-based photographer as he prepares for an exhibition at the Art Gallery of South Australia. The culmination of seven years work, it is the most personal...
2015/04/19 07:17
2015/04/19 07:17
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THE Augusta Highway will be closed for a number of hours following a serious collision at Lochiel. South Australia Police say three vehicles collided on Augusta Highway, about 10km north of Lochiel,...
2015/04/19 06:26
2015/04/19 06:26
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Two people with life-threatening injuries after major crash in South Australia Two people have sustained life-threatening injuries and three others are seriously injured after a three-vehicle crash...
2015/04/19 05:26
2015/04/19 05:26
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Restaurant photographer faces a changing world as digital selfies take over Like any dedicated photographer, Julius Krantz has a favourite subject. In his case, it is humans having a fun night...
2015/04/19 02:26
2015/04/19 02:26
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SA proposes compulsory microchipping for puppies and kittens in effort to stamp out 'puppy farming' All dogs and cats will have to be microchipped before they are three months old under proposed...
2015/04/19 01:05
2015/04/19 01:05
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Ruby red hot: Nicholas Hall rides Fontein Ruby to victory at Caulfield on Saturday. Photo: Getty Images It really does pay to read the small print – it can win you hundreds of thousands of...
2015/04/18 16:55
2015/04/18 16:55
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Some of Australia's favourite chefs and food writers share their favourite edible escapes. When those in the know – whether it be a chef or a renowned gourmand – plan a short break, it stands to...
2015/04/18 12:46
2015/04/18 12:46
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A couple wed in an intimate ceremony at Gold Creek Chapel. Photo: www.fusionphotography.biz A picture-perfect bluestone chapel has captured Canberra lovers' hearts, as the city's most popular wedding...
2015/04/18 12:21
2015/04/18 12:21
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Slick and sharp! Sam Worthington transforms into a very dapper-looking gentleman in upcoming TV mini-series based on WW1 campaign Deadline Gallipoli After having welcomed his first son Rocket with...
2015/04/18 05:19
2015/04/18 05:19
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Got a few million to spare for a luxurious regional retreat? Have a look at some of Domain's finest offerings. Fairfax Regional Media has taken a look at of the most exquisite properties on sale in...
2015/04/18 00:45
2015/04/18 00:45
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Catch up with what's making news around regional Australia. State of the Nation SO it's Saturday and we thought we'd show you the new Star Wars teaser again. Seriously - this is going to be...
2015/04/18 00:26
2015/04/18 00:26
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Gas to flow again in regional South Australia after a week of cold showers Thousands of residents and businesses in Port Pirie and Whyalla are expected to be reconnected to their gas supplies by the...
2015/04/18 00:19
2015/04/18 00:19
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Ron Clarkson will be three weeks short of his 97th birthday when he takes part in Albury’s Anzac Day commemorations marking the 100th anniversary of Anzac. Here he tells DI THOMAS the incredible story...
2015/04/17 23:26
2015/04/17 23:26
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Gallipoli 2015: Anzac Day SANFL grand final rematch a reminder of Norwood wartime sacrifice Anzac Day's grand final rematch between SANFL clubs Norwood and Port Adelaide has an added significance...
2015/04/17 22:05
2015/04/17 22:05
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The hate letters, from "J Church," have been mailed to unlisted home addresses Australia-wide. A police investigation into an anti-Muslim campaigner has been quietly dropped, leaving dozens across...
2015/04/17 20:26
2015/04/17 20:26
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MICHAEL BRISSENDEN: The West Australian Premier Colin Barnett heads into today's COAG (Council of Australian Governments) meeting an isolated man. His call for a freeze on the GST distribution to...
2015/04/17 20:26
2015/04/17 20:26
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COAG: State and territory leaders welcome Tony Abbott's move to resolve funding stand-off State and territory leaders have welcomed Prime Minister Tony Abbott's move to resolve the stand-off over...
2015/04/17 18:22
2015/04/17 18:22
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AN increasing problem with hard-to-kill grasses and weeds meant Dubbo brothers Chris and Steve Taylor were looking into the future and seeing their farming system hitting the wall. Dave Strahorn,...
2015/04/17 14:39
2015/04/17 14:39
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But now, thanks to advancements in microelectronics and miniaturisation, tiny satellites called nanosats or cubesats – some the size of a 10cm cube – are being built at far less expense and launched...
2015/04/19 11:53
2015/04/19 11:53
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