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Herald Sun
Saints focus on developing tall prospectsST KILDA wants to establish a “talls academy” as part of its women’s football p
Saints focus on developing tall prospects
Herald Sun / Posted 3 hours ago
ST KILDA wants to establish a “talls academy” as part of its women’s football push. The strategy would maximise football’s appeal to athletes who otherwise might play basketball, netball or volleyball. “What our research suggested is there’s not a... Read more
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The North West Star
Up to seven out as teams play safe on head injuriesruled both Christian Salem and Angus Brayshaw out of the trip to the Gold Coast
Up to seven out as teams play safe on head injuries
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
ruled both Christian Salem and Angus Brayshaw out of the trip to the Gold Coast. Salem sat out much of last week's loss to St Kilda after a head knock, while Brayshaw was concussed after being hit in the back of the head with the ball in a VFL game... Read more
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The North West Star
Brent Harvey was a longshot for games record, says Kangaroos premiership coach Denis Paganweek's win over the Western Bulldogs has set North up for an exciting month, wi
Brent Harvey was a longshot for games record, says Kangaroos premiership coach Denis Pagan
The North West Star / Posted 4 hours ago
week's win over the Western Bulldogs has set North up for an exciting month, with this week's match on Sunday against St Kilda followed by a match on Harvey's 38th birthday against a weakened Essendon on May 14. Then follows another winnable... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Saints focus on developing tall prospectsSt Kilda wants to establish a “talls academy” as part of its women’s football p
Saints focus on developing tall prospects
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 hours ago
St Kilda wants to establish a “talls academy” as part of its women’s football push | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website ST KILDA wants to establish a “talls... Read more
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The Courier
Brothel on St Kilda tourist strip linked to accused drug dealerthe illicit sex trade. One of the brothels owned by accused drug trafficker Ch
Brothel on St Kilda tourist strip linked to accused drug dealer
The Courier / Posted 4 hours ago
the illicit sex trade. One of the brothels owned by accused drug trafficker Chris Lytras, 47, is based on Acland Street in St Kilda - one of Melbourne's busiest retail and tourism precincts. Fairfax Media understands the venues, which are now the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Brothel on St Kilda tourist strip linked to accused drug dealerthe illicit sex trade. One of the brothels owned by accused drug trafficker Ch
Brothel on St Kilda tourist strip linked to accused drug dealer
The Border Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
the illicit sex trade. One of the brothels owned by accused drug trafficker Chris Lytras, 47, is based on Acland Street in St Kilda - one of Melbourne's busiest retail and tourism precincts. Fairfax Media understands the venues, which are now the... Read more
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The Border Mail
New rules at 'pay as you feel' restaurant: No drugs. Wear shoes. Go home.time in or near the convent," according to a statement released by the restaura
New rules at 'pay as you feel' restaurant: No drugs. Wear shoes. Go home.
The Border Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
time in or near the convent," according to a statement released by the restaurant on Tuesday. Lentil as Anything began in St Kilda in 2000 and now boasts six locations across Melbourne and Sydney. It's not-for-profit model feeds mainly poor and... Read more
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The Courier
New rules at 'pay as you feel' restaurant: No drugs. Wear shoes. Go home.time in or near the convent," according to a statement released by the restaura
New rules at 'pay as you feel' restaurant: No drugs. Wear shoes. Go home.
The Courier / Posted 5 hours ago
time in or near the convent," according to a statement released by the restaurant on Tuesday. Lentil as Anything began in St Kilda in 2000 and now boasts six locations across Melbourne and Sydney. It's not-for-profit model feeds mainly poor and... Read more
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Perth Now
AFL ink: The stories behind some of footy’s best-known tattoosThrough Loyalty tattooed across his chest which was the motto of his junior foo
AFL ink: The stories behind some of footy’s best-known tattoos
Perth Now / Posted 5 hours ago
Through Loyalty tattooed across his chest which was the motto of his junior football team. It’s also the club motto at St Kilda. He has another tattoo on one thigh. Tattoos it seems are a bit of passion with the Beams family, as Dayne’s... Read more
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The Age
New rules at 'pay as you feel' restaurant: No drugs. Wear shoes. Go home.time in or near the convent," according to a statement released by the restaura
New rules at 'pay as you feel' restaurant: No drugs. Wear shoes. Go home.
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
time in or near the convent," according to a statement released by the restaurant on Tuesday. Lentil as Anything began in St Kilda in 2000 and now boasts six locations across Melbourne and Sydney. It's not-for-profit model feeds mainly poor and... Read more
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Herald Sun
AFL ink: The stories behind some of footy’s best-known tattoosThrough Loyalty tattooed across his chest which was the motto of his junior foo
AFL ink: The stories behind some of footy’s best-known tattoos
Herald Sun / Posted 7 hours ago
Through Loyalty tattooed across his chest which was the motto of his junior football team. It’s also the club motto at St Kilda. He has another tattoo on one thigh. Tattoos it seems are a bit of passion with the Beams family, as Dayne’s... Read more
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Herald Sun
Punters get swept up by Giantsthumping of premiers Hawthorn. But they’ve gone cold on Melbourne after last w
Punters get swept up by Giants
Herald Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
thumping of premiers Hawthorn. But they’ve gone cold on Melbourne after last week’s disappointing performance against St Kilda, even though this week’s opponents Gold Coast was just deplorable against Geelong. The Cats, meanwhile, are all the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Punters get swept up by Giantsthumping of premiers Hawthorn. But they’ve gone cold on Melbourne after last w
Punters get swept up by Giants
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
thumping of premiers Hawthorn. But they’ve gone cold on Melbourne after last week’s disappointing performance against St Kilda, even though this week’s opponents Gold Coast was just deplorable against Geelong. The Cats, meanwhile, are all the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Punters get swept up by Giantsthumping of premiers Hawthorn. But they’ve gone cold on Melbourne after last w
Punters get swept up by Giants
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 hours ago
thumping of premiers Hawthorn. But they’ve gone cold on Melbourne after last week’s disappointing performance against St Kilda, even though this week’s opponents Gold Coast was just deplorable against Geelong. The Cats, meanwhile, are all the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Ageing in reverse: AFL’s Benjamin Buttonsranked first at the club this season for disposals, tackles, uncontested posses
Ageing in reverse: AFL’s Benjamin Buttons
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 hours ago
ranked first at the club this season for disposals, tackles, uncontested possessions and clearances. 4. Nick Riewoldt (St Kilda, 33) An inspirational skipper with timeless talent, Riewoldt is averaging career-high disposals and is ranked No. 1... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Demons: Tell us when you’re ready, Jackit’s a credit to him the way he’s been playing.” The Demons play Gold Coast on
Demons: Tell us when you’re ready, Jack
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 11 hours ago
it’s a credit to him the way he’s been playing.” The Demons play Gold Coast on Saturday night following a 35-point loss to St Kilda, with Roos saying there has been a focus on covering the ground better this week. “We didn’t get to enough... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
AFL 2016 season, Benjamin Buttons, Jarrad Waite, Brent Harvey, Sam Mitchell, Scott Thompson, Nick Riewoldt, Matt Priddis, Kade Simpson, Leigh Montagna, James Kelly, Steve Johnson, Bob Murphyranked first at the club this season for disposals, tackles, uncontested posses
AFL 2016 season, Benjamin Buttons, Jarrad Waite, Brent Harvey, Sam Mitchell, Scott Thompson, Nick Riewoldt, Matt Priddis, Kade Simpson, Leigh Montagna, James Kelly, Steve Johnson, Bob Murphy
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 11 hours ago
ranked first at the club this season for disposals, tackles, uncontested possessions and clearances. 4. Nick Riewoldt (St Kilda, 33) An inspirational skipper with timeless talent, Riewoldt is averaging career-high disposals and is ranked No. 1... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Statement from South Dunedin Action Grouprebuild trust, says the South Dunedin Action Group.11 months after the floods t
Statement from South Dunedin Action Group
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 11 hours ago
rebuild trust, says the South Dunedin Action Group.11 months after the floods that badly affected South Dunedin, St Clair, St Kilda, Tainui and parts of Musselburgh and Caversham a meeting was held yesterday with the Mayor, senior Council staff at... Read more
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SportsFan
Trengove edges closer to Demons returnMetricon Stadium on Saturday night. Roos is demanding a more balanced approach
Trengove edges closer to Demons return
SportsFan / Posted 11 hours ago
Metricon Stadium on Saturday night. Roos is demanding a more balanced approach from his side after they lost a shootout to St Kilda last weekend. "Having opened up our scoring sometimes it opens up our defence," he said. "I think we've spoken... Read more
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Herald Sun
Demons: Tell us when you’re ready, Jackwith Casey Scorpions. Picture: Michael Klein The Demons play Gold Coast on Sat
Demons: Tell us when you’re ready, Jack
Herald Sun / Posted 12 hours ago
with Casey Scorpions. Picture: Michael Klein The Demons play Gold Coast on Saturday night following a 35-point loss to St Kilda, with Roos saying there has been a focus on covering the ground better this week. “We didn’t get to enough... Read more
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The North West Star
Paul Roos: Give thought to changing the Northern academies systemto get better quicker. "What I'm hearing is the recruiters are saying enough's
Paul Roos: Give thought to changing the Northern academies system
The North West Star / Posted 12 hours ago
to get better quicker. "What I'm hearing is the recruiters are saying enough's enough." After last Saturday's loss to St Kilda Roos said his team had not played the style of game for which they had been training, something they hoped to... Read more
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Perth Now
Demons: Tell us when you’re ready, Jackwith Casey Scorpions. Picture: Michael Klein The Demons play Gold Coast on Sat
Demons: Tell us when you’re ready, Jack
Perth Now / Posted 12 hours ago
with Casey Scorpions. Picture: Michael Klein The Demons play Gold Coast on Saturday night following a 35-point loss to St Kilda, with Roos saying there has been a focus on covering the ground better this week. “We didn’t get to enough... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Demons: Tell us when you’re ready, Jackwith Casey Scorpions. Picture: Michael Klein The Demons play Gold Coast on Sat
Demons: Tell us when you’re ready, Jack
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 hours ago
with Casey Scorpions. Picture: Michael Klein The Demons play Gold Coast on Saturday night following a 35-point loss to St Kilda, with Roos saying there has been a focus on covering the ground better this week. “We didn’t get to enough... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Demons: Tell us when you’re ready, Jackwith Casey Scorpions. Picture: Michael Klein The Demons play Gold Coast on Sat
Demons: Tell us when you’re ready, Jack
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
with Casey Scorpions. Picture: Michael Klein The Demons play Gold Coast on Saturday night following a 35-point loss to St Kilda, with Roos saying there has been a focus on covering the ground better this week. “We didn’t get to enough... Read more
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SportsFan
Roos demands more balance from DemonsSource: AAP Melbourne coach Paul Roos has demanded a more balanced approach fr
Roos demands more balance from Demons
SportsFan / Posted 13 hours ago
Source: AAP Melbourne coach Paul Roos has demanded a more balanced approach from the Demons after losing a shootout to St Kilda last week. Melbourne will make a rare trip to Metricon Stadium to take on Gold Coast on Saturday night where they... Read more
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Scotsman
Hi-tech survey to assess ship risk to whales and dolphinsharbour porpoises and bottlenose dolphins. The areas to be covered range from
Hi-tech survey to assess ship risk to whales and dolphins
Scotsman / Posted 14 hours ago
harbour porpoises and bottlenose dolphins. The areas to be covered range from the Mull of Kintyre to Cape Wrath and St Kilda, but will depend on weather conditions. “This innovative approach provides us with an opportunity to enhance our... Read more
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Perth Now
Big 10: Gillon flags AFL women’s expansionthe Bulldogs, if they got it, would be smaller clubs,” McLachlan argued potenti
Big 10: Gillon flags AFL women’s expansion
Perth Now / Posted 14 hours ago
the Bulldogs, if they got it, would be smaller clubs,” McLachlan argued potentially referencing Collingwood or Richmond. “St Kilda has made a very strong case that the fastest growing rate of female participation is in the southern corridor. “All... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria batteredgust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbo
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria battered
Daily Liberal / Posted 15 hours ago
gust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbourne area gusts of 91 kph were recorded at St Kilda foreshore, Point Wilson and Fawkner Beacon. At Scoresby, in Melbourne's east, a woman managed to walk away from her... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria batteredgust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbo
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria battered
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 hours ago
gust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbourne area gusts of 91 kph were recorded at St Kilda foreshore, Point Wilson and Fawkner Beacon. At Scoresby, in Melbourne's east, a woman managed to walk away from her... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria batteredgust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbo
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria battered
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 hours ago
gust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbourne area gusts of 91 kph were recorded at St Kilda foreshore, Point Wilson and Fawkner Beacon. At Scoresby, in Melbourne's east, a woman managed to walk away from her... Read more
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The Young Witness
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria batteredgust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbo
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria battered
The Young Witness / Posted 15 hours ago
gust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbourne area gusts of 91 kph were recorded at St Kilda foreshore, Point Wilson and Fawkner Beacon. At Scoresby, in Melbourne's east, a woman managed to walk away from her... Read more
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Western Advocate
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria batteredgust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbo
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria battered
Western Advocate / Posted 16 hours ago
gust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbourne area gusts of 91 kph were recorded at St Kilda foreshore, Point Wilson and Fawkner Beacon. At Scoresby, in Melbourne's east, a woman managed to walk away from her... Read more
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The North West Star
Best places in Australia for a weekend away: Eight places for a two day breakbottle of wine or local boutique beer and a cheese platter. See hockeysaccommod
Best places in Australia for a weekend away: Eight places for a two day break
The North West Star / Posted 21 hours ago
bottle of wine or local boutique beer and a cheese platter. See hockeysaccommodation.com.au. 4.THE PLACE Adina, St Kilda, VIC GOOD FOR … Urban escape, food and wine, outdoors WHY WE LOVE IT In the heart of happening St Kilda, the... Read more
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Weekly Times
Ex-Shark snaps at fans to cool itTroy Schwarze urges restraint from spectators FORMER St Kilda player Troy Schw
Ex-Shark snaps at fans to cool it
Weekly Times / Posted 23 hours ago
Troy Schwarze urges restraint from spectators FORMER St Kilda player Troy Schwarze has urged vocal spectators to keep in mind those around them at the ­football. The former Sorrento coach, who took the Sharks to seven consecutive grand finals and... Read more
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Herald Sun
Perfect 10 in musical prepit, you’ll get a really refreshing perspective on the show and the themes it ex
Perfect 10 in musical prep
Herald Sun / Posted 23 hours ago
it, you’ll get a really refreshing perspective on the show and the themes it explores.” Wicked is at the National Theatre, St Kilda, from May 6-21. CLOC will be putting on 12 performances, including a Sunday matinee on May 8 for Mother’s... Read more
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The North West Star
AFL considers 10 women's teams for 2017other teams have run aggressive public campaigns for the right to a inaugural t
AFL considers 10 women's teams for 2017
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
other teams have run aggressive public campaigns for the right to a inaugural team. Fairfax Media last week reported that St Kilda chief executive Matt Finnis was encouraging the AFL to allow more than eight women's teams to form if submissions... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Women’s league could start at 10 teams: Gilthe Bulldogs, if they got it, would be smaller clubs,” McLachlan argued potenti
Women’s league could start at 10 teams: Gil
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
the Bulldogs, if they got it, would be smaller clubs,” McLachlan argued potentially referencing Collingwood or Richmond. “St Kilda has made a very strong case that the fastest growing rate of female participation is in the southern corridor. “All... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Flag drives Petrie to play onon from Brent Harvey (415), Glenn Archer (311), Wayne Schimmelbusch (306) and A
Flag drives Petrie to play on
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
on from Brent Harvey (415), Glenn Archer (311), Wayne Schimmelbusch (306) and Adam Simpson (306) — when the club takes on St Kilda at Etihad Stadium on Sunday. “I would like to be still playing footy at 34, but I have got to make sure I hold up... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Women’s league could start at 10 teams: Gilthe Bulldogs, if they got it, would be smaller clubs,” McLachlan argued potenti
Women’s league could start at 10 teams: Gil
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
the Bulldogs, if they got it, would be smaller clubs,” McLachlan argued potentially referencing Collingwood or Richmond. “St Kilda has made a very strong case that the fastest growing rate of female participation is in the southern corridor. “All... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
AFL Trade and Contract News: GWS Giants to get influx of academy picks, Travis Cloke, Nick Riewoldt latestCloke has been sent to the VFL recently. Picture: Mark Dadswell.Source: News Co
AFL Trade and Contract News: GWS Giants to get influx of academy picks, Travis Cloke, Nick Riewoldt latest
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted yesterday
Cloke has been sent to the VFL recently. Picture: Mark Dadswell.Source: News Corp Australia SAINT TO GO AROUND AGAIN ST KILDA is expecting Nick Riewoldt to play on into a 17th AFL season. As foxfooty.com.au reported on Monday, it’s... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
AFL National Women’s League could start with 10 teams due to overwhelming demand from clubsthe Bulldogs, if they got it, would be smaller clubs,” McLachlan argued potenti
AFL National Women’s League could start with 10 teams due to overwhelming demand from clubs
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted yesterday
the Bulldogs, if they got it, would be smaller clubs,” McLachlan argued potentially referencing Collingwood or Richmond. “St Kilda has made a very strong case that the fastest growing rate of female participation is in the southern corridor. “All... Read more
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Herald Sun
Women’s league could start at 10 teams: Gilthe Bulldogs, if they got it, would be smaller clubs,” McLachlan argued potenti
Women’s league could start at 10 teams: Gil
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
the Bulldogs, if they got it, would be smaller clubs,” McLachlan argued potentially referencing Collingwood or Richmond. “St Kilda has made a very strong case that the fastest growing rate of female participation is in the southern corridor. “All... Read more
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The North West Star
Geelong proving ruthless all the way to the final sirenpercentage of 130 and Essendon's 1922 team finished on 169 per cent, but next b
Geelong proving ruthless all the way to the final siren
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
percentage of 130 and Essendon's 1922 team finished on 169 per cent, but next best after Fitzroy was a mid-1960s St Kilda side. You may recall some of the names: Baldock, Breen, Neale, Smith and Stewart. That team finished the 1966... Read more
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The Border Mail
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria batteredgust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbo
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria battered
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
gust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbourne area gusts of 91 kph were recorded at St Kilda foreshore, Point Wilson and Fawkner Beacon. At Scoresby, in Melbourne's east, a woman managed to walk away from her... Read more
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The Courier
Access problems at super stops prompt trial of wheelchair ramps on new tramsby Yarra Trams, manual ramps will be deployed by tram drivers at platform stops
Access problems at super stops prompt trial of wheelchair ramps on new trams
The Courier / Posted yesterday
by Yarra Trams, manual ramps will be deployed by tram drivers at platform stops along route 96 between East Brunswick and St Kilda Beach, one of Melbourne's busiest tram routes. Route 96 was the first to get E-Class trams, as part of an $807... Read more
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The Courier
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria batteredgust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbo
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria battered
The Courier / Posted yesterday
gust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbourne area gusts of 91 kph were recorded at St Kilda foreshore, Point Wilson and Fawkner Beacon. At Scoresby, in Melbourne's east, a woman managed to walk away from her... Read more
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SportsFan
Giant Smith joins Griffen on AFL sidelinesleast two months. After missing their round-four win over Port Adelaide, he re
Giant Smith joins Griffen on AFL sidelines
SportsFan / Posted yesterday
least two months. After missing their round-four win over Port Adelaide, he returned for the successful away match against St Kilda and was again out of the side for the Hawthorn match. Giants official David Joyce said they sought advice from a... Read more
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The Age
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria batteredgust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbo
Wild winds leave thousands without power, houses damaged and Victoria battered
The Age / Posted yesterday
gust, 122 kilometres per hour, was recorded at Wilsons Promontory. In the Melbourne area gusts of 91 kph were recorded at St Kilda foreshore, Point Wilson and Fawkner Beacon. At Scoresby, in Melbourne's east, a woman managed to walk away from her... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Through poor form or need for a change, here are some players who could be looking for a new clubhas only kicked 8 goals. Total. To give that a little more, yet unnecessary con
Through poor form or need for a change, here are some players who could be looking for a new club
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted yesterday
has only kicked 8 goals. Total. To give that a little more, yet unnecessary context, Jesse Hogan kicked 7 goals against St Kilda on the weekend. After a signing a lucrative 5-year deal with the Pies in 2012, Cloke’s contract will expire at the... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Why it’s time one-eyed AFL supporters stop abusing umpires and show them the respect they’ve earnedand earn a victory. Infamously, umpire Andrew Stephens called Sean Dempster’s
Why it’s time one-eyed AFL supporters stop abusing umpires and show them the respect they’ve earned
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted yesterday
and earn a victory. Infamously, umpire Andrew Stephens called Sean Dempster’s kick to Shane Savage not 15 metres in St Kilda’s round 4 clash with the Hawks, which resulted in a Puopolo tackle and Lewis goal.North Melbourne’s Jarrad Waite... Read more
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