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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sporting clubs to wear white arm bands to honour Karen Belejnetball, soccer, basketball and hockey clubs from the Mildura region, as well a
Sporting clubs to wear white arm bands to honour Karen Belej
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 35 minutes ago
netball, soccer, basketball and hockey clubs from the Mildura region, as well as teams from across Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales and Northern Territory have already jumped on board to support the initiative. The Mildura... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Harry's trek across states attracts generositywith Harry for a lifetime. Inspired by his dream of travelling via horse and c
Harry's trek across states attracts generosity
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 35 minutes ago
with Harry for a lifetime. Inspired by his dream of travelling via horse and cart from his home town of Murray Bridge, South Australia, to see his friends in Lightning Ridge, Harry is aiming to raise $20,000 along his journey. Photo: Harry... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Mallee Emu-wren now only found in Victoriaof the smallest birds in Australia is now only found in Victoria's Mallee, afte
Mallee Emu-wren now only found in Victoria
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 36 minutes ago
of the smallest birds in Australia is now only found in Victoria's Mallee, after bushfires in 2014 wiped out the species in South Australia. Mallee Emu-wrens are one of six endangered bird species in the Mallee region. A group of researchers from... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Study shows how artist Arthur Boyd made changes to iconic SA paintingsupplied A STUDY that shows how artist Arthur Boyd wrestled with race, sex and
Study shows how artist Arthur Boyd made changes to iconic SA painting
Adelaide Now / Posted 58 minutes ago
supplied A STUDY that shows how artist Arthur Boyd wrestled with race, sex and violence for his iconic Art Gallery of South Australia work Persecuted Lovers will be auctioned for the first time in more than 30 years. Painted on board in... Read more
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The Age
Charter Hall pays $525m for Shelley St office towerIt was established in 2005 and owns a portfolio of eight office assets in NSW,
Charter Hall pays $525m for Shelley St office tower
The Age / Posted an hour ago
It was established in 2005 and owns a portfolio of eight office assets in NSW, Victoria, the Australian Capital Territory, South Australia and Queensland. The plan is to raise up to $155 million of equity from new and existing unit holders through... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Calls to protect animals from droneswhy the animals visually appear undisturbed," he added. "A bird might be incub
Calls to protect animals from drones
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
why the animals visually appear undisturbed," he added. "A bird might be incubating an egg so it will behave on its nest and behaviourally it looks like it hasn't changed but in fact it could be quite stressed." More stories from South Aus... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Man charged with $30,000 Adelaide jewellery theft as hunt for loot continuesa 47-year-old from Millswood in Adelaide's inner-south. Police said the stolen
Man charged with $30,000 Adelaide jewellery theft as hunt for loot continues
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
a 47-year-old from Millswood in Adelaide's inner-south. Police said the stolen jewellery had not yet been recovered. The man was charged with theft and is due to appear at Adelaide Magistrates Court later today. More stories from South Aust... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Accused murderer dies in custody, Adelaide court toldin Greenacres. Mr Tilbrook had methamphetamine and cannabis in his system at t
Accused murderer dies in custody, Adelaide court told
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
in Greenacres. Mr Tilbrook had methamphetamine and cannabis in his system at the time. Justice Tim Stanley has discharged the jury, after being informed by Lamzafame's lawyer that his client had died this morning. More stories from South Austra... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Building a brandtoday and Frank and Glenn have had inquiries from clients in the Northern Terri
Building a brand
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 hours ago
today and Frank and Glenn have had inquiries from clients in the Northern Territory, across Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia and Tasmania, as well as New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Thailand. In addition to selling the trademarked... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Meet the world’s future overlordsand flexible development,” says lead author Dr Zoë Doubleday.Giant Australian c
Meet the world’s future overlords
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
and flexible development,” says lead author Dr Zoë Doubleday.Giant Australian cuttlefish (Sepia apama) in Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Picture: David Wiltshire “These allow them to adapt to changing environmental conditions (such as... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Human error blamed for unsterilised needle use in children's surgeryevery single family, so it's 13 families in total, and provided them with assur
Human error blamed for unsterilised needle use in children's surgery
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 hours ago
every single family, so it's 13 families in total, and provided them with assurance that even though there was a lapse in infection control, the expert clinical advice is that the risk of harm is extremely low." More stories from South Au... Read more
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News.com.au
Meet the world’s future overlordsand flexible development,” says lead author Dr Zoë Doubleday. Giant Australian
Meet the world’s future overlords
News.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
and flexible development,” says lead author Dr Zoë Doubleday. Giant Australian cuttlefish (Sepia apama) in Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Picture: David WiltshireSource:Supplied “These allow them to adapt to changing environmental conditions... Read more
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TheBull
Aust construction 'to fold' without Arriumof not having steel - you'd have to find alternatives in the global market plac
Aust construction 'to fold' without Arrium
TheBull / Posted 3 hours ago
of not having steel - you'd have to find alternatives in the global market place." But peak industry body Master Builders South Australia said Mr Mentha's claim was overblown as the industry had access to other domestic steel providers including... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Still no apology for gay convictionsto scrap gay sex convictions, something Ms D'Ath admitted when she announced th
Still no apology for gay convictions
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 hours ago
to scrap gay sex convictions, something Ms D'Ath admitted when she announced the reform in January. Along with Tasmania, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and the ACT all provide the ability. Ms D'Ath said the changes were complex,... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Aust construction 'to fold' without Arriumin infrastructure and construction,' KordaMentha's Mark Mentha told AAP on Tues
Aust construction 'to fold' without Arrium
Sky News Australia / Posted 4 hours ago
in infrastructure and construction,' KordaMentha's Mark Mentha told AAP on Tuesday. But peak industry body Master Builders South Australia said Mr Mentha's claim was overblown as the industry had access to other domestic steel providers including... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the risethriving, their eight-limbed cousins, the octopus, are also having a baby boom.
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the rise
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 hours ago
thriving, their eight-limbed cousins, the octopus, are also having a baby boom. Giant Australian cuttlefish, Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Photo: Scott Portelli While most marine species have come under increased pressure, cephalopods - squid,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Pauline Hanson 'quietly confident' of Senate winwebsite lists lists 18 candidates running for the Senate and House of Represent
Pauline Hanson 'quietly confident' of Senate win
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 hours ago
website lists lists 18 candidates running for the Senate and House of Representatives, mostly in Queensland but also in South Australia, Victoria, Western Australia and Tasmania. The party's leader said voters were "fed up" with the major... Read more
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WA Today
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the risethriving, their eight-limbed cousins, the octopus, are also having a baby boom.
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the rise
WA Today / Posted 5 hours ago
thriving, their eight-limbed cousins, the octopus, are also having a baby boom. Giant Australian cuttlefish, Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Photo: Scott Portelli While most marine species have come under increased pressure, cephalopods - squid,... Read more
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The Age
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the riseGiant Australian cuttlefish, Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Photo: Scott Porte
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the rise
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
Giant Australian cuttlefish, Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Photo: Scott Portelli It's good news for calamari lovers but it may not be great for our oceans. Squid populations are on the rise. It's not just the 10-tentacled denizens of the deep... Read more
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Canberra Times
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the risethriving, their eight-limbed cousins, the octopus, are also having a baby boom.
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the rise
Canberra Times / Posted 6 hours ago
thriving, their eight-limbed cousins, the octopus, are also having a baby boom. Giant Australian cuttlefish, Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Photo: Scott Portelli While most marine species have come under increased pressure, cephalopods - squid,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Demolition looming for Adelaide city churchthat site." Uniting Communities said the plan for the current Maughan Church s
Demolition looming for Adelaide city church
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 hours ago
that site." Uniting Communities said the plan for the current Maughan Church site had attracted fairly strong support from local and state government and it hoped final development approval would be given swiftly. More stories from South Austr... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The game of chicken that devastated the dairy industryNestle, Danone and Lactalis with an annual gross revenue of $AU17.61 billion, a
The game of chicken that devastated the dairy industry
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 hours ago
Nestle, Danone and Lactalis with an annual gross revenue of $AU17.61 billion, and 1200 suppliers in Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia. By contrast Murray Goulburn has annual revenues of $AU2.87 billion, 9 per cent of the global trade market... Read more
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Literary Minded
Simulating the Senateto expect things will be different this time. The cast of minor parties is assu
Simulating the Senate
Literary Minded / Posted 8 hours ago
to expect things will be different this time. The cast of minor parties is assumed to be the same as last time, and only in South Australia has the Nick Xenophon Team been accommodated. Nonetheless, this is a useful starting point for exploring how... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Animals need protection from drones via code of practice: researcherit was the right time to encourage people to be responsible operators and also
Animals need protection from drones via code of practice: researcher
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
it was the right time to encourage people to be responsible operators and also to raise the awareness for pilots that animals, even though they might look undisturbed, could actually be quite stressed," he said. More stories from South Au... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Election candidates urged to address rising suicide ratereally the rural and regional areas that suffer the most," he said. "The big c
Election candidates urged to address rising suicide rate
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
really the rural and regional areas that suffer the most," he said. "The big central towns in Queensland, those areas in South Australia that are really changing, those areas of Western Australia where the mining downturn is hitting most... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the riseGiant Australian cuttlefish, Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Photo: Scott Porte
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the rise
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
Giant Australian cuttlefish, Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Photo: Scott Portelli It's good news for calamari lovers but it may not be great for our oceans. Squid populations are on the rise. It's not just the 10-tentacled denizens of the deep... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'Queensland is shut for business': Linc Energy founder slams Government's clean-up lawsclaims while company boss raised eyebrows, including his initial claims that Li
'Queensland is shut for business': Linc Energy founder slams Government's clean-up laws
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 hours ago
claims while company boss raised eyebrows, including his initial claims that Linc Energy's shale oil discovery in South Australia were potentially "Saudi Arabia numbers".Linc faces possible shareholder class action University of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Which senators will get a six year term and which will only get three?Australia and Victoria. He says the method would be certain to deliver the Nick
Which senators will get a six year term and which will only get three?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 hours ago
Australia and Victoria. He says the method would be certain to deliver the Nick Xenophon Team two long-term Senators in South Australia. A new start date As an interesting aside – this double dissolution will almost certainly bring to an end to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Octopus, squid, cuttlefish numbers boom in changing oceansat patterns in cephalopod population trends when searching for the cause of a d
Octopus, squid, cuttlefish numbers boom in changing oceans
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 hours ago
at patterns in cephalopod population trends when searching for the cause of a dramatic drop in giant cuttlefish numbers in South Australian waters in 2013. They collected information on changes in cephalopod numbers from fisheries and ocean... Read more
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Daily Mail
More squid-like creatures swarm the sea despite environmental changestemmed from an investigation of declining numbers of the iconic Giant Australi
More squid-like creatures swarm the sea despite environmental change
Daily Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
stemmed from an investigation of declining numbers of the iconic Giant Australian cuttlefish in the Spencer Gulf of South Australia. They wanted to find out if similar patterns were occuring elsewhere, said Doubleday. Dr Doubleday said:... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Scientists herald the 'time of the tentacled' following massive octopus increaseabundance can fluctuate wildly, both within and among species. Giant Australia
Scientists herald the 'time of the tentacled' following massive octopus increase
Daily Mirror / Posted 12 hours ago
abundance can fluctuate wildly, both within and among species. Giant Australian cuttlefish (Sepia apama) in Spencer Gulf, South Australia "The fact that we observed consistent, long-term increases in three diverse groups of cephalopods, which... Read more
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PhysOrg
In changing oceans, cephalopods are boomingA photograph of giant Australian cuttlefish (Sepia apama), Spencer Gulf, South
In changing oceans, cephalopods are booming
PhysOrg / Posted 13 hours ago
A photograph of giant Australian cuttlefish (Sepia apama), Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Credit: Scott Portelli, Wildlife Photographer, @scott.portelli Humans have changed the world's oceans in ways that have been devastating to many marine species.... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Home port advantage for those who love life at seaas scenic cruising through Fiordland National Park before heading back to Adela
Home port advantage for those who love life at sea
Adelaide Now / Posted 15 hours ago
as scenic cruising through Fiordland National Park before heading back to Adelaide. . AFTER welcoming two Queens this year South Australia is set to greet a Princess. The state’s cruise boom is stepping up a notch with Princess Cruises announcing... Read more
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The North West Star
Closure impact a grim possibilitySA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the W
Closure impact a grim possibility
The North West Star / Posted 20 hours ago
SA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks closes. South Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks is forced to close. If a new collection of staggering... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Unsterilised needles used on 13 children in latest SA Health bungleHealth said it changed practices as soon as it was identified the syringes were
Unsterilised needles used on 13 children in latest SA Health bungle
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 hours ago
Health said it changed practices as soon as it was identified the syringes were not sterile. It said the procedure of using antibiotics in cerebrospinal shunt surgery had reduced the infection rate by 50 per cent. More stories from South Austr... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Man expresses remorse for causing a fatal crash while highremorse for causing a fatal crash while high and later assaulting an elderly ma
Man expresses remorse for causing a fatal crash while high
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 hours ago
remorse for causing a fatal crash while high and later assaulting an elderly man A man who caused a fatal crash in South Australia's Riverland and assaulted an elderly resident less than a year later while under the influence of drugs has... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Meow Meow drug blamed for carjacking rampage in SAit has had on my mum, daughters and grandchildren. "I apologise to everyone th
Meow Meow drug blamed for carjacking rampage in SA
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 hours ago
it has had on my mum, daughters and grandchildren. "I apologise to everyone that witnessed me at my lowest and thank God nobody was seriously injured." Wilson is due back in court on Wednesday for sentencing. More stories from South A... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Closure impact a grim possibilitySA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the W
Closure impact a grim possibility
Daily Liberal / Posted 20 hours ago
SA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks closes. South Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks is forced to close. If a new collection of staggering... Read more
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The Border Mail
Closure impact a grim possibilitySA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the W
Closure impact a grim possibility
The Border Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
SA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks closes. South Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks is forced to close. If a new collection of staggering... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Closure impact a grim possibilitySA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the W
Closure impact a grim possibility
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 20 hours ago
SA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks closes. South Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks is forced to close. If a new collection of staggering... Read more
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The Courier
Closure impact a grim possibilitySA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the W
Closure impact a grim possibility
The Courier / Posted 20 hours ago
SA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks closes. South Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks is forced to close. If a new collection of staggering... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Walk the Yorke, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia: Australia's newest walking traileven by the 25,000 folk who live on Yorke Peninsula. And since Yorke Peninsula
Walk the Yorke, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia: Australia's newest walking trail
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 21 hours ago
even by the 25,000 folk who live on Yorke Peninsula. And since Yorke Peninsula itself barely registers with people outside South Australia, it's fair to call it a secret within a secret. Enthusiastic locals calling themselves Friends of Walk the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Closure impact a grim possibilitySA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the W
Closure impact a grim possibility
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 21 hours ago
SA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks closes. South Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks is forced to close. If a new collection of staggering... Read more
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The Young Witness
Walk the Yorke, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia: Australia's newest walking traileven by the 25,000 folk who live on Yorke Peninsula. And since Yorke Peninsula
Walk the Yorke, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia: Australia's newest walking trail
The Young Witness / Posted 21 hours ago
even by the 25,000 folk who live on Yorke Peninsula. And since Yorke Peninsula itself barely registers with people outside South Australia, it's fair to call it a secret within a secret. Enthusiastic locals calling themselves Friends of Walk the... Read more
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The Young Witness
Closure impact a grim possibilitySA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the W
Closure impact a grim possibility
The Young Witness / Posted 21 hours ago
SA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks closes. South Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks is forced to close. If a new collection of staggering... Read more
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Western Advocate
Walk the Yorke, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia: Australia's newest walking traileven by the 25,000 folk who live on Yorke Peninsula. And since Yorke Peninsula
Walk the Yorke, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia: Australia's newest walking trail
Western Advocate / Posted 21 hours ago
even by the 25,000 folk who live on Yorke Peninsula. And since Yorke Peninsula itself barely registers with people outside South Australia, it's fair to call it a secret within a secret. Enthusiastic locals calling themselves Friends of Walk the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Closure impact a grim possibilitySA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the W
Closure impact a grim possibility
Western Advocate / Posted 21 hours ago
SA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks closes. South Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks is forced to close. If a new collection of staggering... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Walk the Yorke, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia: Australia's newest walking traileven by the 25,000 folk who live on Yorke Peninsula. And since Yorke Peninsula
Walk the Yorke, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia: Australia's newest walking trail
Kiama Independent / Posted 21 hours ago
even by the 25,000 folk who live on Yorke Peninsula. And since Yorke Peninsula itself barely registers with people outside South Australia, it's fair to call it a secret within a secret. Enthusiastic locals calling themselves Friends of Walk the... Read more
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21h
Kiama Independent
Closure impact a grim possibilitySA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the W
Closure impact a grim possibility
Kiama Independent / Posted 21 hours ago
SA: The state Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks closes. South Australia will lose more than $750 million and 5000 jobs if the Whyalla steelworks is forced to close. If a new collection of staggering... Read more
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Manning River Times
Walk the Yorke, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia: Australia's newest walking traileven by the 25,000 folk who live on Yorke Peninsula. And since Yorke Peninsula
Walk the Yorke, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia: Australia's newest walking trail
Manning River Times / Posted 21 hours ago
even by the 25,000 folk who live on Yorke Peninsula. And since Yorke Peninsula itself barely registers with people outside South Australia, it's fair to call it a secret within a secret. Enthusiastic locals calling themselves Friends of Walk the... Read more
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