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Daily Examiner
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 minutes ago
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
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Northern Star
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
Northern Star / Posted 23 minutes ago
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
The Daily Mercury / Posted 25 minutes ago
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 36 minutes ago
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
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Queensland Times
Football: Take two for Snakes, Force in semi-finalsFOOTBALL: Sunshine Coast heavyweights Woombye and Kawana will collide in the pr
Football: Take two for Snakes, Force in semi-finals
Queensland Times / Posted 42 minutes ago
FOOTBALL: Sunshine Coast heavyweights Woombye and Kawana will collide in the premier men's major semi-final at Maroochydore tonight after getting a close look at one another on Saturday. The regular season premier Snakes and the second-placed Force... Read more
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Queensland Times
Soccer: Lions’ emotional rollercoasterSOCCER: A turbulent 24 hours culminated when Noosa Lions played out a miraculou
Soccer: Lions’ emotional rollercoaster
Queensland Times / Posted 42 minutes ago
SOCCER: A turbulent 24 hours culminated when Noosa Lions played out a miraculous come-from-behind 5-4 victory against the barnstorming Maroochydore Swans in torrential downpour on Saturday night. There was much drama surrounding the sudden-death... Read more
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Queensland Times
Ipswich Jets proves a riddle few can solveTHE Jets showed both why they are being written off as genuine title threats in
Ipswich Jets proves a riddle few can solve
Queensland Times / Posted 42 minutes ago
THE Jets showed both why they are being written off as genuine title threats in some quarters while remaining a team no-one wants to face during finals. It seems the Jets can't even decide how good they are. Jets winger Brandon McGrady and prop... Read more
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Queensland Times
Ipswich swimmer gaining experience for Olympic bidAFTER five weeks flying around the world, Olympic prospect Leah Neale is happy
Ipswich swimmer gaining experience for Olympic bid
Queensland Times / Posted 42 minutes ago
AFTER five weeks flying around the world, Olympic prospect Leah Neale is happy just catching up on TV shows. "I'm going to chill out,'' she said, relaxing at her family's Newtown home. However, a two-week break will be the Ipswich swimmer's last... Read more
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Queensland Times
Best of Fiji’s young surfers on the Coast for trainingA GROUP of young Fijian surfers have flown into the Sunshine Coast to experienc
Best of Fiji’s young surfers on the Coast for training
Queensland Times / Posted 42 minutes ago
A GROUP of young Fijian surfers have flown into the Sunshine Coast to experience a week of high performance coaching. The seven, aged from nine to 15, have been selected on the basis of a series of surfing competitions held at various Fijian... Read more
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Queensland Times
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
Queensland Times / Posted 42 minutes ago
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 46 minutes ago
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
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News Mail
Variety of food and music captivate patrons at festivalTHE Bundaberg Multicultural Festival more than lived up to its name with a vari
Variety of food and music captivate patrons at festival
News Mail / Posted 48 minutes ago
THE Bundaberg Multicultural Festival more than lived up to its name with a variety of music and food to tickle the ear drums and tantalise the tastebuds. In its 23rd year, and showing no signs of slowing down, the festival attracted a decent crowd... Read more
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News Mail
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
News Mail / Posted 48 minutes ago
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
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Queensland Times
Jets sew up third spotTHE Ipswich Jets have sealed third spot on the Queensland Cup ladder with a 34-
Jets sew up third spot
Queensland Times / Posted 11 hours ago
THE Ipswich Jets have sealed third spot on the Queensland Cup ladder with a 34-16 win over Sunshine Coast. The Jets needed to record a comprehensive win at North Ipswich on Saturday to ensure they finished ahead of fourth placed Wynnum Manly. It... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Record falls at fourth annual Sunshine Coast MarathonETHIOPIAN newcomer Samuel Woldeamanuel has shaved two minutes off the former co
Record falls at fourth annual Sunshine Coast Marathon
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 12 hours ago
ETHIOPIAN newcomer Samuel Woldeamanuel has shaved two minutes off the former course record with blistering time of 2.18. Last year's winner and former record holder Kenyan runner Andrew Kimanthi finished 12 minutes back in third while Victorian Dion... Read more
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Queensland Times
Record falls at fourth annual Sunshine Coast MarathonETHIOPIAN newcomer Samuel Woldeamanuel has shaved two minutes off the former co
Record falls at fourth annual Sunshine Coast Marathon
Queensland Times / Posted 12 hours ago
ETHIOPIAN newcomer Samuel Woldeamanuel has shaved two minutes off the former course record with blistering time of 2.18. Last year's winner and former record holder Kenyan runner Andrew Kimanthi finished 12 minutes back in third while Victorian Dion... Read more
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Queensland Times
Records fall at fourth annual Sunshine Coast MarathonETHIOPIAN newcomer Samuel Woldeamanuel has shaved two minutes off the former co
Records fall at fourth annual Sunshine Coast Marathon
Queensland Times / Posted 17 hours ago
ETHIOPIAN newcomer Samuel Woldeamanuel has shaved two minutes off the former course record with blistering time of 2.18. Last year's winner and former record holder Kenyan runner Andrew Kimanthi finished 12 minutes back in third while Victorian Dion... Read more
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Queensland Times
CareFlight flies back-to-back rescue missions on SaturdayTHE Sunshine Coast RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter has flown back-to-back res
CareFlight flies back-to-back rescue missions on Saturday
Queensland Times / Posted 18 hours ago
THE Sunshine Coast RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter has flown back-to-back rescue missions on Saturday, including a dramatic winch rescue near Gympie. At 10.30am Saturday morning, the Maroochydore-based rescue helicopter was dispatched to the aid... Read more
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News Mail
CareFlight flies back-to-back rescue missions on SaturdayTHE Sunshine Coast RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter has flown back-to-back res
CareFlight flies back-to-back rescue missions on Saturday
News Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
THE Sunshine Coast RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter has flown back-to-back rescue missions on Saturday, including a dramatic winch rescue near Gympie. At 10.30am Saturday morning, the Maroochydore-based rescue helicopter was dispatched to the aid... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Windstorm causes hundreds of thousands of power outages in southwest B.C.A powerful windstorm has knocked out power to more than 200,000 customers in so
Windstorm causes hundreds of thousands of power outages in southwest B.C.
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
A powerful windstorm has knocked out power to more than 200,000 customers in southwestern British Columbia and forced the closure of Vancouver’s Stanley Park. Most of the affected homes were in the Lower Mainland, including in Surrey, Richmond,... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Numbers at Coast airport taking offBUDERIM woman Ella Marriott's Sydney sojourns have added to the increasing numb
Numbers at Coast airport taking off
The Daily Mercury / Posted 22 hours ago
BUDERIM woman Ella Marriott's Sydney sojourns have added to the increasing number of travellers flying in and out of Sunshine Coast Airport. In July, the airport had its best monthly figures for 10 months with an average of 2680 people flying in or... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Numbers at Coast airport taking offBUDERIM woman Ella Marriott's Sydney sojourns have added to the increasing numb
Numbers at Coast airport taking off
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 22 hours ago
BUDERIM woman Ella Marriott's Sydney sojourns have added to the increasing number of travellers flying in and out of Sunshine Coast Airport. In July, the airport had its best monthly figures for 10 months with an average of 2680 people flying in or... Read more
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Queensland Times
Swans turn lights out on Outlaws to secure GF spotNOT even a power outage was enough to stop Maroochydore Swans storming its way
Swans turn lights out on Outlaws to secure GF spot
Queensland Times / Posted 22 hours ago
NOT even a power outage was enough to stop Maroochydore Swans storming its way to its second consecutive grand final after the game was called off at 44-4. As the Swans went into halftime 34-0 up on a depleted Northern Outlaws side, the heavens... Read more
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Queensland Times
Why a $15m boost is heading straight for the Sunshine CoastWITH a $15 million events bonanza boosting the region for the start of spring,
Why a $15m boost is heading straight for the Sunshine Coast
Queensland Times / Posted 22 hours ago
WITH a $15 million events bonanza boosting the region for the start of spring, the weather is not the only thing heating up on the Coast. This weekend's Sunshine Coast Marathon, Australian Motocross Championships and Maleny Music Festival are... Read more
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Queensland Times
Roll up to rocker themed night for foster kidsGOOD morning, Pyjama Angels. Your next mission is to provide much-needed suppor
Roll up to rocker themed night for foster kids
Queensland Times / Posted 22 hours ago
GOOD morning, Pyjama Angels. Your next mission is to provide much-needed support to the lives of foster children through the power of reading. Mooloolaba Rotary Club's Charmaine Wheatley has put together a unique fund raiser for Pyjama Angels - an... Read more
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Queensland Times
Stallholders, visitors see red over car parking finesA GROUP of Eumundi stallholders and businesspeople have accused Sunshine Coast
Stallholders, visitors see red over car parking fines
Queensland Times / Posted 22 hours ago
A GROUP of Eumundi stallholders and businesspeople have accused Sunshine Coast Council of taking advantage of an "ambiguous" parking situation to fine unsuspecting visitors. On one side of Napier Rd, parking signs designate a two-hour zone to only... Read more
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Queensland Times
Numbers at Coast airport taking offBUDERIM woman Ella Marriott's Sydney sojourns have added to the increasing numb
Numbers at Coast airport taking off
Queensland Times / Posted 22 hours ago
BUDERIM woman Ella Marriott's Sydney sojourns have added to the increasing number of travellers flying in and out of Sunshine Coast Airport. In July, the airport had its best monthly figures for 10 months with an average of 2680 people flying in or... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Images: Teen accuses Clive and driver of illegal parkingA HINTERLAND learner driver is annoyed that Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer and
Images: Teen accuses Clive and driver of illegal parking
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 22 hours ago
A HINTERLAND learner driver is annoyed that Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer and his driver appear to be flouting rules concerning illegal parking zones. The eagle-eyed 17-year-old was at the Nambour Together festival at Quota Park with three of her... Read more
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News Mail
Numbers at Coast airport taking offBUDERIM woman Ella Marriott's Sydney sojourns have added to the increasing numb
Numbers at Coast airport taking off
News Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
BUDERIM woman Ella Marriott's Sydney sojourns have added to the increasing number of travellers flying in and out of Sunshine Coast Airport. In July, the airport had its best monthly figures for 10 months with an average of 2680 people flying in or... Read more
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News Mail
Images: Teen accuses Clive and driver of illegal parkingA HINTERLAND learner driver is annoyed that Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer and
Images: Teen accuses Clive and driver of illegal parking
News Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
A HINTERLAND learner driver is annoyed that Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer and his driver appear to be flouting rules concerning illegal parking zones. The eagle-eyed 17-year-old was at the Nambour Together festival at Quota Park with three of her... Read more
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SportsFan
Bellamy slams Storm NRL schedulingMelbourne coach Craig Bellamy has slammed the NRL scheduling that sees the Stor
Bellamy slams Storm NRL scheduling
SportsFan / Posted 22 hours ago
Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy has slammed the NRL scheduling that sees the Storm tackle successive five-day turnarounds heading into the finals as a "joke". The Storm played Newcastle at AAMI Park on Monday night, and then had to back up with a... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Images: Teen accuses Clive and driver of illegal parkingA HINTERLAND learner driver is annoyed that Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer and
Images: Teen accuses Clive and driver of illegal parking
Daily Examiner / Posted 23 hours ago
A HINTERLAND learner driver is annoyed that Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer and his driver appear to be flouting rules concerning illegal parking zones. The eagle-eyed 17-year-old was at the Nambour Together festival at Quota Park with three of her... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Numbers at Coast airport taking offBUDERIM woman Ella Marriott's Sydney sojourns have added to the increasing numb
Numbers at Coast airport taking off
Daily Examiner / Posted 23 hours ago
BUDERIM woman Ella Marriott's Sydney sojourns have added to the increasing number of travellers flying in and out of Sunshine Coast Airport. In July, the airport had its best monthly figures for 10 months with an average of 2680 people flying in or... Read more
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Northern Star
Images: Teen accuses Clive and driver of illegal parkingA HINTERLAND learner driver is annoyed that Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer and
Images: Teen accuses Clive and driver of illegal parking
Northern Star / Posted 23 hours ago
A HINTERLAND learner driver is annoyed that Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer and his driver appear to be flouting rules concerning illegal parking zones. The eagle-eyed 17-year-old was at the Nambour Together festival at Quota Park with three of her... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Images: Teen accuses Clive and driver of illegal parkingA HINTERLAND learner driver is annoyed that Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer and
Images: Teen accuses Clive and driver of illegal parking
The Daily Mercury / Posted 23 hours ago
A HINTERLAND learner driver is annoyed that Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer and his driver appear to be flouting rules concerning illegal parking zones. The eagle-eyed 17-year-old was at the Nambour Together festival at Quota Park with three of her... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Images: Teen accuses Clive and driver of illegal parkingA HINTERLAND learner driver is annoyed that Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer and
Images: Teen accuses Clive and driver of illegal parking
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
A HINTERLAND learner driver is annoyed that Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer and his driver appear to be flouting rules concerning illegal parking zones. The eagle-eyed 17-year-old was at the Nambour Together festival at Quota Park with three of her... Read more
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Queensland Times
Images: Teen accuses Clive and driver of illegal parkingA HINTERLAND learner driver is annoyed that Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer and
Images: Teen accuses Clive and driver of illegal parking
Queensland Times / Posted 23 hours ago
A HINTERLAND learner driver is annoyed that Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer and his driver appear to be flouting rules concerning illegal parking zones. The eagle-eyed 17-year-old was at the Nambour Together festival at Quota Park with three of her... Read more
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Triathlete / Inside Triathlon
2015 Ironman 70.3 Zell am See-KaprunPhotos: Photos: Paul Phillips/Competitive Image/@Compimagephoto Ahead of Sun
2015 Ironman 70.3 Zell am See-Kaprun
Triathlete / Inside Triathlon / Posted yesterday
Photos: Photos: Paul Phillips/Competitive Image/@Compimagephoto Ahead of Sunday’s Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Zell am See, a more traditional 70.3 took place on the same course with athletes vying for... Read more
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SportsFan
Jockey Tim Bell unharmed in Doomben fallSingapore-bound jockey Tim Bell escaped injury when he fell at Doomben on Satur
Jockey Tim Bell unharmed in Doomben fall
SportsFan / Posted yesterday
Singapore-bound jockey Tim Bell escaped injury when he fell at Doomben on Saturday. Bell was aboard Dysfunction ($16) which dislodged him as the field raced to the 200m. He was able to get straight back to his feet and walk back to the saddling... Read more
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SportsFan
Hot Saga decision pays off with metrop winThe decision to concentrate on city staying races rather than country cups with
Hot Saga decision pays off with metrop win
SportsFan / Posted yesterday
The decision to concentrate on city staying races rather than country cups with Hot Saga reaped another dividend when the gelding scored at Doomben on Saturday. After Hot Saga won at the Sunshine Coast, trainer Jack Duncan had considered taking the... Read more
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Queensland Times
Deputy mayor lays down the law on Coast parkingTOURISTS would be forced to pay for parking but locals would be given a free pa
Deputy mayor lays down the law on Coast parking
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
TOURISTS would be forced to pay for parking but locals would be given a free pass under a councillor's vision to solve the Sunshine Coast's parking problem. Deputy Mayor Chris Thompson has announced he will only support paid parking if a permit... Read more
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Queensland Times
Rock climber slips, falls eight metres in national parkA 32-YEAR-OLD man has fallen eight metres while rock climbing in a national par
Rock climber slips, falls eight metres in national park
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
A 32-YEAR-OLD man has fallen eight metres while rock climbing in a national park west of Gympie. The RACQ CareFlight helicopter was called to assist with his recovery after paramedics arrived at the Bells Bridge scene in the Brooyar National... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Promising signs for capital gains in detached dwellingsTHE pace of annual capital gains in Australia's property market has bounced bac
Promising signs for capital gains in detached dwellings
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
THE pace of annual capital gains in Australia's property market has bounced back to the highest level since April 2014. At the same time it is clawing back the ground to be near the highs of July 2007 and 2009 yet still short of the heady days of... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Promising signs for capital gains in detached dwellingsTHE pace of annual capital gains in Australia's property market has bounced bac
Promising signs for capital gains in detached dwellings
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
THE pace of annual capital gains in Australia's property market has bounced back to the highest level since April 2014. At the same time it is clawing back the ground to be near the highs of July 2007 and 2009 yet still short of the heady days of... Read more
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Queensland Times
Promising signs for capital gains in detached dwellingsTHE pace of annual capital gains in Australia's property market has bounced bac
Promising signs for capital gains in detached dwellings
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
THE pace of annual capital gains in Australia's property market has bounced back to the highest level since April 2014. At the same time it is clawing back the ground to be near the highs of July 2007 and 2009 yet still short of the heady days of... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Promising signs for capital gains in detached dwellingsTHE pace of annual capital gains in Australia's property market has bounced bac
Promising signs for capital gains in detached dwellings
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
THE pace of annual capital gains in Australia's property market has bounced back to the highest level since April 2014. At the same time it is clawing back the ground to be near the highs of July 2007 and 2009 yet still short of the heady days of... Read more
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News Mail
Promising signs for capital gains in detached dwellingsTHE pace of annual capital gains in Australia's property market has bounced bac
Promising signs for capital gains in detached dwellings
News Mail / Posted yesterday
THE pace of annual capital gains in Australia's property market has bounced back to the highest level since April 2014. At the same time it is clawing back the ground to be near the highs of July 2007 and 2009 yet still short of the heady days of... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Australia’s first certified sustainable tuna coming soonSaturday, 29 August 2015, 10:28 amPress Release: MSC A family-run fishing busin
Australia’s first certified sustainable tuna coming soon
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
Saturday, 29 August 2015, 10:28 amPress Release: MSC A family-run fishing business on the Sunshine Coast has become the first Australian... Read more
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Surfers Village
Rip Curl Cup placed on standby as swell enters window... latePadang Padang, Bali 25 - 31 July 2015 Rip Curl Cup Extends Waiting Period, La
Rip Curl Cup placed on standby as swell enters window... late
Surfers Village / Posted yesterday
Padang Padang, Bali 25 - 31 July 2015 Rip Curl Cup Extends Waiting Period, Large Swell Looming Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 28 August, 2015 - With conditions looking promising for a Padang Padang swell to strike Bali at the end of the month... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Man who killed mate and put body in barrel appealsA CONVICTED murderer has argued a trial judge erred in directions to a jury abo
Man who killed mate and put body in barrel appeals
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
A CONVICTED murderer has argued a trial judge erred in directions to a jury about what evidence they could use to prove he intended to kill his mate before concreting him into a 44-gallon barrel at Esk. Anthony Charles Oliver has always maintained... Read more
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