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Sydney Morning Herald
Farewell to the fatherolder. Then come two middle sisters, Gina and Camilla. We lived in a beautiful
Farewell to the father
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
older. Then come two middle sisters, Gina and Camilla. We lived in a beautiful big house in Mosman, overlooking the bay on Sydney Harbour, that Mum and Dad bought for £11,000 in 1965. The house was old and mysterious. It had black shingles and... Read more
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examiner.com
True confessions of eight cruise ship captainsare just a few: Put me in the Down Under anytime says Captain Dino Sagani, Gol
True confessions of eight cruise ship captains
examiner.com / Posted 15 hours ago
are just a few: Put me in the Down Under anytime says Captain Dino Sagani, Golden Princess. "The way from the sea into Sydney Harbour is second to none – the white surf breaking onto the rocky Heads that mark the entrance, a natural welcome to... Read more
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Hospitality Net
Four Seasons Announces New Private Jet Experiences and Global Culinary Journeyguests can explore a range of experiences in different locales: scuba diving am
Four Seasons Announces New Private Jet Experiences and Global Culinary Journey
Hospitality Net / Posted yesterday
guests can explore a range of experiences in different locales: scuba diving among spinner dolphins in Lanai, circling the Sydney harbour by sea plane, and exploring the sandstone mountains and limestone caves of Langkawi. Guests can ride... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Wooden yacht Waitangi sails back to SydneyHarbour before arriving in Sydney on the evening of April 21. The Waitangi is n
Wooden yacht Waitangi sails back to Sydney
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
Harbour before arriving in Sydney on the evening of April 21. The Waitangi is now moored at Snails Bay, East Balmain, not far from where she was built and where she will stay while Rick continues to work as a shipwright around Syd... Read more
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SameSame
Marriage Equality campaign invites you to the 'Equality Cruise'crew hope plenty of supporters will be on board as they set sail with their new
Marriage Equality campaign invites you to the 'Equality Cruise'
SameSame / Posted yesterday
crew hope plenty of supporters will be on board as they set sail with their new fundraiser – the Equality Cruise on Sydney Harbour on Thursday 26 May. The fabulous, spacious and luxurious Starship Sydney cruiser offers spectacular views of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
$40k harbourfront catwalk for fashion showManning Cartell planning to use Sydney Harbour as the spectacular backdrop for
$40k harbourfront catwalk for fashion show
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Manning Cartell planning to use Sydney Harbour as the spectacular backdrop for its 2016 Australian Fashion Week show | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Bali 9: Time to death penalty-proof our AFPWe stop sharing info with other countries, they do the same and don't bother to
Bali 9: Time to death penalty-proof our AFP
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
We stop sharing info with other countries, they do the same and don't bother to tell us about a plan to blow up Sydney Harbour bridge. This article is further proof that we are not and probably will never again be the clever country. 30... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Abe's plan for Japan defense exports fizzles with sub lossSoon after a Japanese Soryu submarine sailed out of Sydney Harbour on Tuesday,
Abe's plan for Japan defense exports fizzles with sub loss
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
Soon after a Japanese Soryu submarine sailed out of Sydney Harbour on Tuesday, the Australian government rejected Japan's bid for a $39-billion contract to renew its aging sub fleet. The decision dealt a blow to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's effort to... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Game fishos see plenty of action offshorehave advised the Crowdy Head FAD has been replaced, however the recently replac
Game fishos see plenty of action offshore
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
have advised the Crowdy Head FAD has been replaced, however the recently replaced Shellharbour FAD and the Sydney Harbour FAD are now missing. Please check the DPI website on your local FAD location and status. Mark from Kiama GFC... Read more
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InDesign
Sydney's New Design HotelsSet on the high cliffside of The Rocks, the hotel served as a lodge for enginee
Sydney's New Design Hotels
InDesign / Posted 2 days ago
Set on the high cliffside of The Rocks, the hotel served as a lodge for engineers involved with the construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and as a preferred watering hole for ANZAC soldiers en route to the battle field, as well as port... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘Bullies spat on me, but Instagram makes me happy’last year on July 4. “It’s not at all what people imagine it to be it’s very w
‘Bullies spat on me, but Instagram makes me happy’
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
last year on July 4. “It’s not at all what people imagine it to be it’s very wholesome,” she said.Mads Rafferty poses on Sydney Harbour for a fashion brand contest. Picture: Supplied. Mads added: “Honestly, the Playboy Mansion was fun, yes, but... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Social crowdfunding app Tilt lets Aussies pass around the digital hatinclude funding a 120-person pub crawl and a $5000 bucks night as well as 40 fr
Social crowdfunding app Tilt lets Aussies pass around the digital hat
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
include funding a 120-person pub crawl and a $5000 bucks night as well as 40 friends hiring a yacht for a party on Sydney Harbour. To date Tilt's Australian growth has come via its ambassador program partnering with universities. While... Read more
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WA Today
Social crowdfunding app Tilt lets Aussies pass around the digital hatinclude funding a 120-person pub crawl and a $5000 bucks night as well as 40 fr
Social crowdfunding app Tilt lets Aussies pass around the digital hat
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
include funding a 120-person pub crawl and a $5000 bucks night as well as 40 friends hiring a yacht for a party on Sydney Harbour. To date Tilt's Australian growth has come via its ambassador program partnering with universities. While... Read more
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The Age
Social crowdfunding app Tilt lets Aussies pass around the digital hatinclude funding a 120-person pub crawl and a $5000 bucks night as well as 40 fr
Social crowdfunding app Tilt lets Aussies pass around the digital hat
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
include funding a 120-person pub crawl and a $5000 bucks night as well as 40 friends hiring a yacht for a party on Sydney Harbour. To date Tilt's Australian growth has come via its ambassador program partnering with universities. While... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Social crowdfunding app Tilt lets Aussies pass around the digital hatinclude funding a 120-person pub crawl and a $5000 bucks night as well as 40 fr
Social crowdfunding app Tilt lets Aussies pass around the digital hat
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
include funding a 120-person pub crawl and a $5000 bucks night as well as 40 friends hiring a yacht for a party on Sydney Harbour. To date Tilt's Australian growth has come via its ambassador program partnering with universities. While... Read more
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Canberra Times
Social crowdfunding app Tilt lets Aussies pass around the digital hatinclude funding a 120-person pub crawl and a $5000 bucks night as well as 40 fr
Social crowdfunding app Tilt lets Aussies pass around the digital hat
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
include funding a 120-person pub crawl and a $5000 bucks night as well as 40 friends hiring a yacht for a party on Sydney Harbour. To date Tilt's Australian growth has come via its ambassador program partnering with universities. While... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Should you be climbing Uluru?Territory’s chief minister Adam Giles said this month tourists should be allowe
Should you be climbing Uluru?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Territory’s chief minister Adam Giles said this month tourists should be allowed to climb Uluru just as they climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Picture: Bridgeclimb During the guided tour he talks about the environmental damage caused by... Read more
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Perth Now
Should you be climbing Uluru?Territory’s chief minister Adam Giles said this month tourists should be allowe
Should you be climbing Uluru?
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
Territory’s chief minister Adam Giles said this month tourists should be allowed to climb Uluru just as they climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Picture: Bridgeclimb During the guided tour he talks about the environmental damage caused by... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Should you be climbing Uluru?Territory’s chief minister Adam Giles said this month tourists should be allowe
Should you be climbing Uluru?
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 days ago
Territory’s chief minister Adam Giles said this month tourists should be allowed to climb Uluru just as they climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Picture: Bridgeclimb During the guided tour he talks about the environmental damage caused by... Read more
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The North West Star
Cruising options in Australia: Our island homeMelbourne Cup cruises, and North Star's cruises timed for the Sydney Hobart Yac
Cruising options in Australia: Our island home
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
Melbourne Cup cruises, and North Star's cruises timed for the Sydney Hobart Yacht Race and New Year spectacles on Sydney Harbour. Kunmunya Wilderness Walk in the Kimberleys with Aurora Expeditions. Photo: Aurora Expeditions "The general... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Check-in Desk: 5 things to see and do at this year's Vivid Sydneyafter all - but it's not just seeing the glowing projections on the Sydney Oper
Check-in Desk: 5 things to see and do at this year's Vivid Sydney
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
after all - but it's not just seeing the glowing projections on the Sydney Opera House or driving across a colourfully lit Sydney Harbour bridge that make Vivid worth checking out. The lights and art are everywhere - overwhelmingly so. Scattered... Read more
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News.com.au
The great Aussie debateTerritory’s chief minister Adam Giles said this month tourists should be allowe
The great Aussie debate
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
Territory’s chief minister Adam Giles said this month tourists should be allowed to climb Uluru just as they climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Picture: BridgeclimbSource:Supplied During the guided tour he talks about the environmental damage... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Food and wine speaks for itself when it comes to promoting region: Brand Orangeincluding wine masterclasses and the annual Taste Orange Food and Wine Festival
Food and wine speaks for itself when it comes to promoting region: Brand Orange
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
including wine masterclasses and the annual Taste Orange Food and Wine Festival on May 22 at Robertson Park, overlooking Sydney Harbour. Orange councillors praised Brand Orange last week for being a better advocate for prospective residents than... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Thousands worth of coins stolen in break-inincluding wine masterclasses and the annual Taste Orange Food and Wine Festival
Thousands worth of coins stolen in break-in
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
including wine masterclasses and the annual Taste Orange Food and Wine Festival on May 22 at Robertson Park, overlooking Sydney Harbour. Orange councillors praised Brand Orange last week for being a better advocate for prospective residents than... Read more
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Western Advocate
Food and wine speaks for itself when it comes to promoting region: Brand Orangeincluding wine masterclasses and the annual Taste Orange Food and Wine Festival
Food and wine speaks for itself when it comes to promoting region: Brand Orange
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
including wine masterclasses and the annual Taste Orange Food and Wine Festival on May 22 at Robertson Park, overlooking Sydney Harbour. Orange councillors praised Brand Orange last week for being a better advocate for prospective residents than... Read more
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Western Advocate
Thousands worth of coins stolen in break-inincluding wine masterclasses and the annual Taste Orange Food and Wine Festival
Thousands worth of coins stolen in break-in
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
including wine masterclasses and the annual Taste Orange Food and Wine Festival on May 22 at Robertson Park, overlooking Sydney Harbour. Orange councillors praised Brand Orange last week for being a better advocate for prospective residents than... Read more
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Western Advocate
Crikey: It's Bathurst's very own Steve Irwin50 competitors who contested either a 20 or 10 kilometre swim course on Lake Ar
Crikey: It's Bathurst's very own Steve Irwin
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
50 competitors who contested either a 20 or 10 kilometre swim course on Lake Argyle, an impoundment 18-20 times larger than Sydney Harbour and containing a freshwater and saltwater crocodile population estimated at 22,000. Was Mr McCartney... Read more
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News.com.au
Why should we save these eyesores?You cannot be Sirius. The brutalist Sirius Building, next to the Sydney Harbour
Why should we save these eyesores?
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
You cannot be Sirius. The brutalist Sirius Building, next to the Sydney Harbour Bridge, is almost empty and under threat of demolition. But fans say it’s a unique design and the structure should stay. TO SOME they’re eyesores, to others a sight for... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Travel the world of ‘food’ in Manlyto search content on this website Sydney Eat Street visits the Northern Beache
Travel the world of ‘food’ in Manly
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
to search content on this website Sydney Eat Street visits the Northern Beaches WHEN it comes to variety, cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge or jump on a ferry to tuck into some traditional Viking treats, Belgium waffles, Mexican, French,... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Travel the world of ‘food’ in ManlySydney Eat Street visits the Northern Beaches WHEN it comes to variety, cross
Travel the world of ‘food’ in Manly
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 days ago
Sydney Eat Street visits the Northern Beaches WHEN it comes to variety, cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge or jump on a ferry to tuck into some traditional Viking treats, Belgium waffles, Mexican, French, American and local dishes in Manly. Tour the... Read more
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Perth Now
Hundreds to Step Up to beat MStimes as many steps as the leaning tower of Pisa, nearly double the steps up th
Hundreds to Step Up to beat MS
Perth Now / Posted 7 days ago
times as many steps as the leaning tower of Pisa, nearly double the steps up the Eiffel Tower and just shy of the number up Sydney Harbour Bridge. And next Sunday hundreds of West Australians will be making the trek to help those living with... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Rio Olympics 2016: Mum's advice to sprinter Morgan Mitchell - 'Don't think you're the next LeBron James'the women's 400 metres national title and securing her place at the Rio Olympic
Rio Olympics 2016: Mum's advice to sprinter Morgan Mitchell - 'Don't think you're the next LeBron James'
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
the women's 400 metres national title and securing her place at the Rio Olympics. On Tuesday morning in the shadows of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, at the launch of the Australian Olympic team's adidas uniforms, the photographers gravitated to the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Japanese sub leaving ahead of $50bn dealsubmarine Hakuryu seen docked in Sydney's Naval base. AFP PHOTO / PETER PARKS
Japanese sub leaving ahead of $50bn deal
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
submarine Hakuryu seen docked in Sydney's Naval base. AFP PHOTO / PETER PARKS A JAPANESE submarine is expected to leave Sydney Harbour on Tuesday, clearing the way for the hotly awaited awarding of the $50 billion deal to build 12 Australian... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Rio Olympics 2016: Mum's advice to sprinter Morgan Mitchell - 'Don't think you're the next LeBron James'the women's 400 metres national title and securing her place at the Rio Olympic
Rio Olympics 2016: Mum's advice to sprinter Morgan Mitchell - 'Don't think you're the next LeBron James'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
the women's 400 metres national title and securing her place at the Rio Olympics. On Tuesday morning in the shadows of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, at the launch of the Australian Olympic team's adidas uniforms, the photographers gravitated to the... Read more
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University of Queensland
Corals dying as bleaching spreadsthe tip of Cape York to the Whitsundays, the Great Barrier Reef in the east to
Corals dying as bleaching spreads
University of Queensland / Posted 8 days ago
the tip of Cape York to the Whitsundays, the Great Barrier Reef in the east to the Kimberley’s in the west and Sydney Harbour in the south, Australia’s corals are bleaching like never before,” Professor Hoegh-Guldberg said. “This is... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The playground of the super wealthywebsite Where the millions matter: Some of the hotspots in the West of Sydney.
The playground of the super wealthy
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
website Where the millions matter: Some of the hotspots in the West of Sydney. THE streets might not have the much-prized Sydney Harbour aspect, but millionaire rows in the west are definitely on the rise. These pockets of wealth amid new and old... Read more
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Manning River Times
Charlie remembers: Memories of a World War II veteranII was a significant chapter in Charlie's life, it is far from the only one. H
Charlie remembers: Memories of a World War II veteran
Manning River Times / Posted 8 days ago
II was a significant chapter in Charlie's life, it is far from the only one. He remembers well the official opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge on March 19, 1932. As a member of the Second St Johns Boys Scouts from Cardiff in Newcastle, Charlie... Read more
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Market Watch
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef threatened by coral bleachingsurveys. The report was published just days after researchers found coral bleac
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef threatened by coral bleaching
Market Watch / Posted 8 days ago
surveys. The report was published just days after researchers found coral bleaching far south of the Great Barrier Reef in Sydney Harbour. “We’ve never seen anything like this scale of bleaching before,” said Professor Terry Hughes, Director of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Take a look back at the Queen's most memorable moments in Australiavisit to Australia in 1954. The Queen, who turns 90 today, arrived with Prince
Take a look back at the Queen's most memorable moments in Australia
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
visit to Australia in 1954. The Queen, who turns 90 today, arrived with Prince Philip on the SS Gothic which steamed into Sydney Harbour after almost six weeks at sea. The Royal couple travelled across the country for 58 days visiting the... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
Laser-focused Burton hopes for smooth sailing in RioOlympic team sailor Tom Burton sails his laser yacht during a training session
Laser-focused Burton hopes for smooth sailing in Rio
Reuters Sports News / Posted 9 days ago
Olympic team sailor Tom Burton sails his laser yacht during a training session in front of the Sydney Opera House in Sydney Harbour, Australia April 13, 2016. Australian Olympic team sailor Tom Burton sits in his apartment before a training... Read more
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The North West Star
Julia Creek’s Dirt N Dust takes on the Big Apple in booty stoushAustralia's behinds are nothing to get excited (about).” Complete with stock s
Julia Creek’s Dirt N Dust takes on the Big Apple in booty stoush
The North West Star / Posted 9 days ago
Australia's behinds are nothing to get excited (about).” Complete with stock standard images of koalas and the Sydney Harbour Bridge the video claimed Australia loved to “show off its booty” before launching into footage that the Dirt N... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Northern Terrority leader talks up climbing of UluruFile Tourists should be allowed to climb Uluru, says the Northern Territory's
Northern Terrority leader talks up climbing of Uluru
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
File Tourists should be allowed to climb Uluru, says the Northern Territory's chief minister, likening the practice to the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb, and saying increased regulation could have major economic benefits. Adam Giles supports... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Northern Terrority leader talks up climbing of Ulurushould be allowed to climb Uluru, says the Northern Territory's chief minister,
Northern Terrority leader talks up climbing of Uluru
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
should be allowed to climb Uluru, says the Northern Territory's chief minister, likening the practice to the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb, and saying increased regulation could have major economic benefits. Adam Giles supports... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
“This is the worst coral bleaching episode in Australia’s history”“From the tip of Cape York to the Whitsundays, the Great Barrier Reef in the ea
“This is the worst coral bleaching episode in Australia’s history”
ScienceBlogs / Posted 9 days ago
“From the tip of Cape York to the Whitsundays, the Great Barrier Reef in the east to the Kimberley’s in the west and Sydney Harbour in the south, Australia’s corals are bleaching like never before. This is the worst coral bleaching episode in... Read more
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SKY News
Great Barrier Reef: 93% Hit By Coral Bleaching100% of corals were severely bleached on 316 reefs, nearly all in the northern
Great Barrier Reef: 93% Hit By Coral Bleaching
SKY News / Posted 9 days ago
100% of corals were severely bleached on 316 reefs, nearly all in the northern half of the Reef. They also found reefs in Sydney Harbour affected by minor bleaching for the first time. "We've never seen anything like this scale of bleaching... Read more
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DW
Great Barrier Reef "dead or dying" ? |reefs surveyed, only 68 (or seven percent) had escaped the massive bleaching ev
Great Barrier Reef "dead or dying" ? |
DW / Posted 9 days ago
reefs surveyed, only 68 (or seven percent) had escaped the massive bleaching event which has also spread south to Sydney Harbour for the first time and across to the west. Corals can recover if the water temperature drops and the algae... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Sydney then and nowNorth Shore - 1951 and 2016. In December 1951 there was a transport strike back
Sydney then and now
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
North Shore - 1951 and 2016. In December 1951 there was a transport strike backing traffic all the way to the Sydney Harbour Bridge Railway square - 1935 and 2016. In the 1920s it boasted one of the world's largest tram fleets.... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Sydney then and nowNorth Shore - 1951 and 2016. In December 1951 there was a transport strike back
Sydney then and now
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 days ago
North Shore - 1951 and 2016. In December 1951 there was a transport strike backing traffic all the way to the Sydney Harbour Bridge Railway square - 1935 and 2016. In the 1920s it boasted one of the world's largest tram fleets.... Read more
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The Young Witness
Sydney then and nowNorth Shore - 1951 and 2016. In December 1951 there was a transport strike back
Sydney then and now
The Young Witness / Posted 10 days ago
North Shore - 1951 and 2016. In December 1951 there was a transport strike backing traffic all the way to the Sydney Harbour Bridge Railway square - 1935 and 2016. In the 1920s it boasted one of the world's largest tram fleets.... Read more
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Western Advocate
Sydney then and nowNorth Shore - 1951 and 2016. In December 1951 there was a transport strike back
Sydney then and now
Western Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
North Shore - 1951 and 2016. In December 1951 there was a transport strike backing traffic all the way to the Sydney Harbour Bridge Railway square - 1935 and 2016. In the 1920s it boasted one of the world's largest tram fleets.... Read more
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