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Daily Telegraph
Mr Eternity’s story continues to live50 years on | News Local FOR more than three decades Arthur Stace remained inc
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 minutes ago
50 years on | News Local FOR more than three decades Arthur Stace remained incognito as he chalked ‘Eternity’ across Sydney. Much of his one-word sermon was chalked in the dead of night or early morning to remain anonymous. The mystery man... Read more
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Western Advocate
Renewable energy slammed by MP Craig Kellynot high renewable energy prices, are responsible for the latest outsized incre
Western Advocate / Posted 9 minutes ago
not high renewable energy prices, are responsible for the latest outsized increase in electricity prices. From July 1, Sydney prices climbed 15 to 20 per cent, Adelaide prices 16 to 20 per cent, and Canberra prices 19 per cent. Melbourne prices... Read more
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Western Advocate
Seeing the value in Bathurst | GraphSullivan said the Domain data reflected the inquiry and results at his office,
Western Advocate / Posted 9 minutes ago
Sullivan said the Domain data reflected the inquiry and results at his office, where there has been greater interest from Sydney buyers. “There has been a noticeable shift, being a significant increase in buyer interest from Sydney and... Read more
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Western Advocate
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downpower prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People
Western Advocate / Posted 9 minutes ago
power prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People will die,” he said. Electricity prices in Sydney rose by 19.6 per cent, or an average of $320 a year, on July 1. Craig Kelly gives his views on electricity... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downpower prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People
Kiama Independent / Posted 11 minutes ago
power prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People will die,” he said. Electricity prices in Sydney rose by 19.6 per cent, or an average of $320 a year, on July 1. Craig Kelly gives his views on electricity... Read more
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Manning River Times
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downpower prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People
Manning River Times / Posted 12 minutes ago
power prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People will die,” he said. Electricity prices in Sydney rose by 19.6 per cent, or an average of $320 a year, on July 1. Craig Kelly gives his views on electricity... Read more
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Junkee
5 Indigenous Shows Breaking Ground On Australian TV Right NowVideo Junkee festival this month, a new annual event for lovers and creators of
Junkee / Posted 12 minutes ago
Video Junkee festival this month, a new annual event for lovers and creators of online video. Video Junkee is on July 28 & 29 at Carriageworks in Sydney, featuring keynotes, masterclasses, screenings, interviews and more. Tickets are on s... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downpower prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 14 minutes ago
power prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People will die,” he said. Electricity prices in Sydney rose by 19.6 per cent, or an average of $320 a year, on July 1. Craig Kelly gives his views on electricity... Read more
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The Age
New levy on 70,000 homes around Parramatta to pay for parks, schools, transportAnother 70,000 homes will be built across a stretch of central Sydney in the ne
The Age / Posted 18 minutes ago
Another 70,000 homes will be built across a stretch of central Sydney in the next 20 years from Westmead through Parramatta and Olympic Park to Strathfield, the NSW government announced on Tuesday morning. While much of the area has already been... Read more
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Philboxing
NEW STARS, STUNNING KO'S AND A TITLE CHALLENGE2016. In the heavyweight bout Randall Rayment scored a unanimous points victor
Philboxing / Posted 19 minutes ago
2016. In the heavyweight bout Randall Rayment scored a unanimous points victory over Toowoomba's Herman Ene-Purcell. The Sydney based visitor used his reach advantage and dictated the tempo of the six round contest. The card also unearthed two... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
New levy on 70,000 homes around Parramatta to pay for parks, schools, transportAnother 70,000 homes will be built across a stretch of central Sydney in the ne
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 minutes ago
Another 70,000 homes will be built across a stretch of central Sydney in the next 20 years from Westmead through Parramatta and Olympic Park to Strathfield, the NSW government announced on Tuesday morning. While much of the area has already been... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne Storm's Cooper Cronk wants better use of send-off rule after Billy Slater hiton. The Melbourne Storm halfback continues to show the form and skills to play
The Age / Posted 23 minutes ago
on. The Melbourne Storm halfback continues to show the form and skills to play on next season when he moves his life to Sydney. "The love of the game is still there but there is nothing to add to it, I haven't made a decision on my future yet,"... Read more
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Weekly Times
Time ripe for broader banking inquiry: ALPbehaviour would also look into the regulation architecture, Mr Bowen told the F
Weekly Times / Posted 24 minutes ago
behaviour would also look into the regulation architecture, Mr Bowen told the Financial Services Council leaders' summit in Sydney on Tuesday. "Given what has changed over the last couple of years and even in the last 12 months alone, the time is... Read more
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Herald Sun
Cronk won’t be rushed into decisionhe actually wants to “lace the boots on “ next year. The blockbuster possible
Herald Sun / Posted 24 minutes ago
he actually wants to “lace the boots on “ next year. The blockbuster possible free agent has been linked to several Sydney-based NRL clubs, most notably Storm rivals Cronulla. But Cronk, 33, said he must first decide whether he wants to... Read more
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Herald Sun
Granddaughter’s plea for ‘lonely’ Sydney nanA LONELY, elderly Sydney woman felt “depressed” after she was forced to buy her
Herald Sun / Posted 24 minutes ago
A LONELY, elderly Sydney woman felt “depressed” after she was forced to buy herself her own birthday cake with the little bit of money she had left in her purse. But what happened next was something she never expected. Barbara Vos’ granddaughter... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Cronk won’t be rushed into decisionhe actually wants to “lace the boots on “ next year. The blockbuster possible
The Courier Mail / Posted 24 minutes ago
he actually wants to “lace the boots on “ next year. The blockbuster possible free agent has been linked to several Sydney-based NRL clubs, most notably Storm rivals Cronulla. But Cronk, 33, said he must first decide whether he wants to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Granddaughter’s plea for ‘lonely’ Sydney nanA LONELY, elderly Sydney woman felt “depressed” after she was forced to buy her
The Courier Mail / Posted 24 minutes ago
A LONELY, elderly Sydney woman felt “depressed” after she was forced to buy herself her own birthday cake with the little bit of money she had left in her purse. But what happened next was something she never expected. Barbara Vos’ granddaughter... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Melbourne Storm's Cooper Cronk wants better use of send-off rule after Billy Slater hiton. The Melbourne Storm halfback continues to show the form and skills to play
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 minutes ago
on. The Melbourne Storm halfback continues to show the form and skills to play on next season when he moves his life to Sydney. "The love of the game is still there but there is nothing to add to it, I haven't made a decision on my future yet,"... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cure for gas crisis could be worse than the diseasestick a pipe into the ground, like those off the north-west coast. That's not
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 minutes ago
stick a pipe into the ground, like those off the north-west coast. That's not the case here: in the eastern states around Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, where most of the population lives and where gas prices have been surging, it's... Read more
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The North West Star
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downpower prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People
The North West Star / Posted 26 minutes ago
power prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People will die,” he said. Electricity prices in Sydney rose by 19.6 per cent, or an average of $320 a year, on July 1. Craig Kelly gives his views on electricity... Read more
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The Age
Cure for gas crisis could be worse than the diseasestick a pipe into the ground, like those off the north-west coast. That's not
The Age / Posted 28 minutes ago
stick a pipe into the ground, like those off the north-west coast. That's not the case here: in the eastern states around Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, where most of the population lives and where gas prices have been surging, it's... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Cure for gas crisis could be worse than the diseasestick a pipe into the ground, like those off the north-west coast. That's not
Brisbane Times / Posted 29 minutes ago
stick a pipe into the ground, like those off the north-west coast. That's not the case here: in the eastern states around Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, where most of the population lives and where gas prices have been surging, it's... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Renewable energy slammed by MP Craig Kellynot high renewable energy prices, are responsible for the latest outsized incre
Daily Liberal / Posted 31 minutes ago
not high renewable energy prices, are responsible for the latest outsized increase in electricity prices. From July 1, Sydney prices climbed 15 to 20 per cent, Adelaide prices 16 to 20 per cent, and Canberra prices 19 per cent. Melbourne prices... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downpower prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People
Daily Liberal / Posted 31 minutes ago
power prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People will die,” he said. Electricity prices in Sydney rose by 19.6 per cent, or an average of $320 a year, on July 1. Craig Kelly gives his views on electricity... Read more
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The Border Mail
Forgotten history uncovered under fire-damaged carpetAnd then he got a letter asking him to rejoin the RAAF. “He was offered a comm
The Border Mail / Posted 34 minutes ago
And then he got a letter asking him to rejoin the RAAF. “He was offered a commission. He travelled everywhere – Woomera, Sydney, Brisbane, and spent 12 months in Washington DC. He met (General, later President) Eisenhower. Mum wouldn’t shift. It... Read more
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The Border Mail
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downpower prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People
The Border Mail / Posted 34 minutes ago
power prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People will die,” he said. Electricity prices in Sydney rose by 19.6 per cent, or an average of $320 a year, on July 1. Craig Kelly gives his views on electricity... Read more
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News.com.au
Sydney preview: Canterbury 26/7/17Brenton Avdulla (pictured) is in battle with Hugh Bowman for the Sydney Jockeys
News.com.au / Posted 36 minutes ago
Brenton Avdulla (pictured) is in battle with Hugh Bowman for the Sydney Jockeys’ Premiership. PIcture: Simon Bullard NOTE: RACES are assessed for a Good 4. All horses are considered starters unless notified by Monday at 1 PM. (N/R) denotes no... Read more
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News.com.au
Cronk won’t be rushed into decisionhe actually wants to “lace the boots on “ next year. The blockbuster possible
News.com.au / Posted 36 minutes ago
he actually wants to “lace the boots on “ next year. The blockbuster possible free agent has been linked to several Sydney-based NRL clubs, most notably Storm rivals Cronulla. But Cronk, 33, said he must first decide whether he wants to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Council, MPs call for better dealat their operational limits?,” she said.media_cameraBankstown state Labor MP Ta
Daily Telegraph / Posted 37 minutes ago
at their operational limits?,” she said.media_cameraBankstown state Labor MP Tania Mihailuk. Picture: Phillip Rogers “The (Sydney) Metro can’t just be rammed through without any consideration to how it will support cohesive town centres and our... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Cronk won’t be rushed into decisionhe actually wants to “lace the boots on “ next year. The blockbuster possible
Daily Telegraph / Posted 37 minutes ago
he actually wants to “lace the boots on “ next year. The blockbuster possible free agent has been linked to several Sydney-based NRL clubs, most notably Storm rivals Cronulla. But Cronk, 33, said he must first decide whether he wants to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Granddaughter’s plea for ‘lonely’ Sydney nanGranddaughter’s plea for her ‘lonely’ Sydney nan who bought her own birthday ca
Daily Telegraph / Posted 37 minutes ago
Granddaughter’s plea for her ‘lonely’ Sydney nan who bought her own birthday cake with only the few dollars she had left | Daily Telegraph Granddaughter’s plea for her ‘lonely’ Sydney nan who bought her own birthday cake with only the few dollars... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downpower prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 38 minutes ago
power prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People will die,” he said. Electricity prices in Sydney rose by 19.6 per cent, or an average of $320 a year, on July 1. Craig Kelly gives his views on electricity... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Renewable energy slammed by MP Craig Kellynot high renewable energy prices, are responsible for the latest outsized incre
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 38 minutes ago
not high renewable energy prices, are responsible for the latest outsized increase in electricity prices. From July 1, Sydney prices climbed 15 to 20 per cent, Adelaide prices 16 to 20 per cent, and Canberra prices 19 per cent. Melbourne prices... Read more
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The Courier
Forgotten history uncovered under fire-damaged carpetAnd then he got a letter asking him to rejoin the RAAF. “He was offered a comm
The Courier / Posted 41 minutes ago
And then he got a letter asking him to rejoin the RAAF. “He was offered a commission. He travelled everywhere – Woomera, Sydney, Brisbane, and spent 12 months in Washington DC. He met (General, later President) Eisenhower. Mum wouldn’t shift. It... Read more
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The Courier
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downpower prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People
The Courier / Posted 41 minutes ago
power prices so much some people could not afford to heat their homes. “People will die,” he said. Electricity prices in Sydney rose by 19.6 per cent, or an average of $320 a year, on July 1. Craig Kelly gives his views on electricity... Read more
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The Age
Sydney Swans announce Tom Harley as chief executive in succession plan with Andrew IrelandTom Harley has been confirmed as Sydney's next chief executive on Tuesday with
The Age / Posted 43 minutes ago
Tom Harley has been confirmed as Sydney's next chief executive on Tuesday with the Swans unveiling another succession plan for their leadership. Harley – the club's current football operations manager – was announced as the successor to long-serving... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Swans announce Tom Harley as chief executive in succession plan with Andrew IrelandTom Harley has been confirmed as Sydney's next chief executive on Tuesday with
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 45 minutes ago
Tom Harley has been confirmed as Sydney's next chief executive on Tuesday with the Swans unveiling another succession plan for their leadership. Harley – the club's current football operations manager – was announced as the successor to long-serving... Read more
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Perth Now
Granddaughter’s plea for her ‘lonely’ Sydney nanA LONELY, elderly Sydney woman felt “depressed” after she was forced to buy her
Perth Now / Posted 48 minutes ago
A LONELY, elderly Sydney woman felt “depressed” after she was forced to buy herself her own birthday cake with the little bit of money she had left in her purse. But what happened next was something she never expected. Barbara Vos’ granddaughter... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Alleged stabber to appear in Sydney courtA 33-year-old Sydney man will face court charged with stabbing another man in t
Sky News Australia / Posted 48 minutes ago
A 33-year-old Sydney man will face court charged with stabbing another man in the back on the weekend. The victim, 31, was stabbed at Kellyville Ridge in the early hours of Sunday before being rushed to Westmead Hospital in a serious condition. His... Read more
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News.com.au
Granddaughter’s plea for her ‘lonely’ Sydney nanStacey McLachlan‎ with her grandmother Barbara. Picture: Facebook A LONELY, el
News.com.au / Posted 51 minutes ago
Stacey McLachlan‎ with her grandmother Barbara. Picture: Facebook A LONELY, elderly Sydney woman felt “depressed” after she was forced to buy herself her own birthday cake with the little bit of money she had left in her purse. But what happened... Read more
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Australian Senior Golfer
Peter Lonard makes senior golfing debut at 2017 Senior Open Championship this week2010, but may find a new lease of life when he tees it up at the Senior Open Ch
Australian Senior Golfer / Posted 53 minutes ago
2010, but may find a new lease of life when he tees it up at the Senior Open Championship at Royal Porthcawl in Wales. The Sydney born golfer turned 50 on July 17 and is hoping to join the many older pro golfers who have found the world’s senior... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Rare car with local connectionA rare car with local connections - can you help this Sydney man find out more?
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 58 minutes ago
A rare car with local connections - can you help this Sydney man find out more? Searching: Sydney man Paul Taffa with his pride and joy. He wants to find out more about its local connections. Photo: Supplied. Sydney man Paul Taffa is restoring a... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Bieber quit tour to set up his own church?further dates.” Tickets are being refunded at the point of purchase. Bieber r
Daily Telegraph / Posted an hour ago
further dates.” Tickets are being refunded at the point of purchase. Bieber recently attended the Hillsong conference in Sydney and this morning Channel Nine entertainment reporter, Richard Wilkins, said the singer might have cancelled his tour... Read more
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The Age
The tragedy of the Murray-Darling river system is man-madeplan will prevent us squandering the historical opportunity to deliver sustaina
The Age / Posted an hour ago
plan will prevent us squandering the historical opportunity to deliver sustainability for the Murray-Darling. Professor Richard Kingsford is Director of the Centre for Ecosystem Science and a member of the Global Water Institute at UNS... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The tragedy of the Murray-Darling river system is man-madeplan will prevent us squandering the historical opportunity to deliver sustaina
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
plan will prevent us squandering the historical opportunity to deliver sustainability for the Murray-Darling. Professor Richard Kingsford is Director of the Centre for Ecosystem Science and a member of the Global Water Institute at UNS... Read more
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BBC News
Takata scandal: Faulty airbags still used in refitsenvironment over time, these airbags will need to be replaced again." Last wee
BBC News / Posted an hour ago
environment over time, these airbags will need to be replaced again." Last week Australian police linked a road death in Sydney to a defective Takata airbag. They said a 58-year-old man was struck in the neck by a piece of shrapnel when his... Read more
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The Age
Lululemon pays $32,400 penalty for misleading representationsa third case, Lululemon was found to make misleading representations about a re
The Age / Posted an hour ago
a third case, Lululemon was found to make misleading representations about a refund or replacement, when it told a Sydney-based customer, "We do not offer refunds for quality affected garments," after she requested a refund for goods... Read more
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Herald Sun
Winter ‘heatwave’ on way for Melbourne15C with a 50 per cent chance of showers. Monday will hit 16C and will be most
Herald Sun / Posted an hour ago
15C with a 50 per cent chance of showers. Monday will hit 16C and will be mostly sunny. The warmer weather will extend along the east coast this weekend, with Sydney expected to reach 25C on Sunday and Brisbane 26C on both Saturday an... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Former premier tackles league jobleague in Australia. Beattie’s claims would be strong to become ARL chairman,
The Courier Mail / Posted an hour ago
league in Australia. Beattie’s claims would be strong to become ARL chairman, but he would have to overcome reticence from Sydney clubs to a second Queenslander becoming chairman, following on from Brisbane’s Grant. Beattie’s role as chairman of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Lululemon pays $32,400 penalty for misleading representationsa third case, Lululemon was found to make misleading representations about a re
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
a third case, Lululemon was found to make misleading representations about a refund or replacement, when it told a Sydney-based customer, "We do not offer refunds for quality affected garments," after she requested a refund for goods... Read more
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