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2014/07/31 23:50
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Life in the VIP: corner couches are a costly contemplation. It’s rising 1am on a Saturday morning. Out there, a hyped-up queue of would-be patrons stretches around the corner and out of...
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2014/07/31 21:17
2014/07/31 21:17
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DINERS at any decent restaurant within cooee of Nambour or Caloundra this weekend could see Paul Hogan perusing the menu. Hoges, who went from Sydney Harbour Bridge painter to national television...
2014/07/31 08:51
2014/07/31 08:51
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Retired grandmother Joyce Hughes describes her life as “lovely and stress-free” – but is more than happy doing something out of the ordinary from time to time. Joyce has just completed a jump from an...
2014/07/31 06:34
2014/07/31 06:34
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From The Capricorn Coast Mirror A NEW start time, strong interest in the northern east coast sailing circuit and amazing entertainment at the finish line combined to prompt a record 35 boat owners to...
2014/07/31 01:29
2014/07/31 01:29
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FOR almost a decade after its inception in 1966, the Comanchero Motorcycle Club kept to itself, shielding the public from boozy, violent behaviour within. Comancheros - the basics Mottos: “Always...
2014/07/30 22:46
2014/07/30 22:46
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HE is the invisible Waratah. The guy who shares the locker-room with Israel Folau every day, yet has a fingernail of the profile and recognition. The guy who has toiled and sweated at the club for...
2014/07/30 21:23
2014/07/30 21:23
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Model Robyn Lawley posted this image on Instagram to protest coal mining near the Great Barrier Reef. AN Australian model has stripped naked to protest against a huge coal mine planned for Queensland...
2014/07/30 20:51
2014/07/30 20:51
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Pentagon Liaisons to Hollywood Have Some Great Stories Transformers robot Bumblebee tours Sydney Harbour by barge to launch the DVD of “Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen” at Mrs Macquaries Chair in...
2014/07/30 15:19
2014/07/30 15:19
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Even the dugongs will do their bit to draw more visitors to Darling Harbour during its $2.5 billion redevelopment. Even the dugongs will do their bit to draw more visitors to Darling Harbour during...
2014/07/30 11:29
2014/07/30 11:29
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PREMIER Mike Baird has been spruiking NSW to big business and will look to Europe for future infrastructure investment. ADDRESSING an Australian British Chamber of Commerce lunch in Sydney, Mr Baird...
2014/07/30 01:15
2014/07/30 01:15
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It's the three-storey penthouse tipped to become Australia's most expensive property. High life: an artist's impression of the top of the Crown Resorts tower. A three-storey penthouse at the top of...
2014/07/29 21:18
2014/07/29 21:18
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Building the stage for the lakeside production of Aida in Bregenz, Austria, in 2011. Photo: Leinnart Preiss/AFP EXCLUSIVE The Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge may have to play second fiddle to...
2014/07/29 20:23
2014/07/29 20:23
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Her cousin was the youngest person to sail solo non-stop around the world four years ago, and now Terri Taylor wants to blaze her own trail, on dry land and on four wheels. The 14-year-old is the...
2014/07/29 08:08
2014/07/29 08:08
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Image: City of Sydney / Hany Armanious SYDNEY — Most know the Australian city for the Sydney Harbour Bridge or the Sydney Opera House. Now it may be known as the place of the giant Cloud Arch or the...
2014/07/29 03:42
2014/07/29 03:42
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So Sydney is to have an arch. It's probably about time. Arches are some of the oldest, most basic, most viscerally appealing structures we have. Even bowerbirds know the virtues of a good arch, making...
2014/07/29 01:08
2014/07/29 01:08
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SYDNEY — Aussies love their sunrise photos, sunset snaps and beach shots — anything that says: My world is better than your world. But overnight, things stepped up a level. From Monday evening to...
2014/07/28 23:48
2014/07/28 23:48
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In a bind: Inequality in Australia is rising, with the dole continuing to fall well below the poverty line. Photo: Getty Images The room was already full at Trades Hall in Carlton on a cold July...
2014/07/28 22:24
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... of doing business': Lawyer says high-profile businesses have paid up to $3.5 million to quietly settle ­sexual harassment and indirect discrimination complaints. Photo: ABC When it comes to...
2014/07/28 21:46
2014/07/28 21:46
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Illustration: John Shakespeare Australia's grain industry could elevate the country to the strength of the Roman Empire, as food producers look to cash in on a fast growing middle-class in...
2014/07/28 18:55
2014/07/28 18:55
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PAUL Hogan wants to create an atmosphere of intimate family storytelling during his Tamworth show tonight, but he didn’t expect to be sharing memories with a local flesh-and-blood relative. LONG...
2014/07/31 23:50
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