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Faster Louder
Read Robert Forster's touching tribute to The Go-Betweens' Grant McLennanBrisbane, The Go-Betweens were a Brisbane band, and today I shall be out in the
Read Robert Forster's touching tribute to The Go-Betweens' Grant McLennan
Faster Louder / Posted 3 minutes ago
Brisbane, The Go-Betweens were a Brisbane band, and today I shall be out in the city and tonight will sleep in it.” Like the Australian Lennon and McCartney, Forster and McLennan often worked separately but are jointly credited for many... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Taxpayers billed for government mistake over Save the Children workers on Nauruand others "who are encouraging some of these people to behave in a certain way
Taxpayers billed for government mistake over Save the Children workers on Nauru
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 3 minutes ago
and others "who are encouraging some of these people to behave in a certain way, believing that that pressure exerted on the Australian government will see a change in our policy in relation to our border protection measures". "These behaviours... Read more
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New Kerala
'Starving' cancer cells key to new tumour treatments - newkerala.com #59644be the key to prevent the growth of tumours, paving the way for the development
'Starving' cancer cells key to new tumour treatments - newkerala.com #59644
New Kerala / Posted 4 minutes ago
be the key to prevent the growth of tumours, paving the way for the development of new cancer-beating drugs. Scientists at the Australian National University (ANU) on Friday said they found and blocked a vital "supply route" that cancer cells use... Read more
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Northern Star
ANALYSIS: Behind the 60 Minutes child abduction fiascoAbsolutely yes. Should she have agreed to the botched 60 Minutes Child Recover
ANALYSIS: Behind the 60 Minutes child abduction fiasco
Northern Star / Posted 6 minutes ago
Absolutely yes. Should she have agreed to the botched 60 Minutes Child Recovery 'Plan'? Undeniably no. So what made the Australian mother so desperate to bypass the law? The 60 Minutes Child Abduction Investigation has no doubt left many... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Aussie cops join global dance-offThe AFP answer the call out from New Zealand Police to take part in an internat
Aussie cops join global dance-off
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 minutes ago
The AFP answer the call out from New Zealand Police to take part in an international dance-off. Picture: Supplied THE Australian Federal Police have answered the call to take part in an international dance-off that’s got police officers all over the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Vic crackdown on rogue baby chiropractorsanti-vaccination myths outside their scope of practice. A spokeswoman for the
Vic crackdown on rogue baby chiropractors
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 minutes ago
anti-vaccination myths outside their scope of practice. A spokeswoman for the Chiropractic Board of Australia said it and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency had several investigations under way in relation to Ms Hennessy's... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
ANALYSIS: Behind the 60 Minutes child abduction fiascoAbsolutely yes. Should she have agreed to the botched 60 Minutes Child Recover
ANALYSIS: Behind the 60 Minutes child abduction fiasco
The Daily Mercury / Posted 8 minutes ago
Absolutely yes. Should she have agreed to the botched 60 Minutes Child Recovery 'Plan'? Undeniably no. So what made the Australian mother so desperate to bypass the law? The 60 Minutes Child Abduction Investigation has no doubt left many... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Angry Anderson wants a Senate seatSenate singer ... Angry Anderson will contest the Federal election for the Aust
Angry Anderson wants a Senate seat
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 minutes ago
Senate singer ... Angry Anderson will contest the Federal election for the Australian Liberty Alliance. Picture: Annika Enderborg ROSE Tattoo rocker Angry Anderson has joined an anti-Islam party to contest a Senate seat at the Federal election. The... Read more
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Herald Sun
Aussie cops join global dance-offThe AFP answer the call out from New Zealand Police to take part in an internat
Aussie cops join global dance-off
Herald Sun / Posted 12 minutes ago
The AFP answer the call out from New Zealand Police to take part in an international dance-off. Picture: Supplied THE Australian Federal Police have answered the call to take part in an international dance-off that’s got police officers all over the... Read more
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Herald Sun
Macquarie profit up 29% to $2.06bkey drivers for the results were improved trading opportunities from increased
Macquarie profit up 29% to $2.06b
Herald Sun / Posted 13 minutes ago
key drivers for the results were improved trading opportunities from increased market volatility in China, depreciation of the Australian dollar, improved interest income in corporate and asset finance lending, strong volume growth in Australian... Read more
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Herald Sun
Angry Anderson wants a Senate seatSenate singer ... Angry Anderson will contest the Federal election for the Aust
Angry Anderson wants a Senate seat
Herald Sun / Posted 13 minutes ago
Senate singer ... Angry Anderson will contest the Federal election for the Australian Liberty Alliance. Picture: Annika Enderborg ROSE Tattoo rocker Angry Anderson has joined an anti-Islam party to contest a Senate seat at the Federal election. The... Read more
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Herald Sun
Fairfax flags weekend-only paperssaid the masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generated
Fairfax flags weekend-only papers
Herald Sun / Posted 13 minutes ago
said the masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generated the majority of advertising revenue, while the Australian Financial Review could go opposite and drop its weekend edition. Fairfax flagged the potential new publishing... Read more
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Weekly Times
Vic crackdown on rogue baby chiropractorsanti-vaccination myths outside their scope of practice. A spokeswoman for the
Vic crackdown on rogue baby chiropractors
Weekly Times / Posted 13 minutes ago
anti-vaccination myths outside their scope of practice. A spokeswoman for the Chiropractic Board of Australia said it and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency had several investigations under way in relation to Ms Hennessy's... Read more
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Weekly Times
Macquarie profit up 29% to $2.06bkey drivers for the results were improved trading opportunities from increased
Macquarie profit up 29% to $2.06b
Weekly Times / Posted 13 minutes ago
key drivers for the results were improved trading opportunities from increased market volatility in China, depreciation of the Australian dollar, improved interest income in corporate and asset finance lending, strong volume growth in Australian... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Angry Anderson wants a Senate seatSenate singer ... Angry Anderson will contest the Federal election for the Aust
Angry Anderson wants a Senate seat
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 minutes ago
Senate singer ... Angry Anderson will contest the Federal election for the Australian Liberty Alliance. Picture: Annika Enderborg ROSE Tattoo rocker Angry Anderson has joined an anti-Islam party to contest a Senate seat at the Federal election. The... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Fairfax flags weekend-only newspapersthe masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generate the m
Fairfax flags weekend-only newspapers
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 minutes ago
the masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generate the majority of their advertising revenue, while the Australian Financial Review could go the opposite way and drop its weekend edition. Fairfax has come up with the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Vic crackdown on rogue baby chiropractorsanti-vaccination myths outside their scope of practice. A spokeswoman for the
Vic crackdown on rogue baby chiropractors
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 minutes ago
anti-vaccination myths outside their scope of practice. A spokeswoman for the Chiropractic Board of Australia said it and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency had several investigations under way in relation to Ms Hennessy's... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Turns out Labor is all for internshipsat all,” Dr Leigh said in 2014. He’s not the only fan. Labor Leader Bill Short
Turns out Labor is all for internships
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 minutes ago
at all,” Dr Leigh said in 2014. He’s not the only fan. Labor Leader Bill Shorten has used them in his MP’s office. The Australian National Internships Program, for ANU students, noted on its 21st birthday in March last year: “One of this... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Fairfax flags weekend-only paperssaid the masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generated
Fairfax flags weekend-only papers
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 minutes ago
said the masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generated the majority of advertising revenue, while the Australian Financial Review could go opposite and drop its weekend edition. Fairfax flagged the potential new publishing... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Sharebroker rejects claim NZX committed $100m to grain exchangewas the first witness to give evidence, in which he denied Ralec's claim in its
Sharebroker rejects claim NZX committed $100m to grain exchange
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 14 minutes ago
was the first witness to give evidence, in which he denied Ralec's claim in its opening submissions that NZX had starved the Australian grain trading platform of development funds, despite making a $100 million commitment to it at purchase. Tim... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Macquarie profit up 29% to $2.06bkey drivers for the results were improved trading opportunities from increased
Macquarie profit up 29% to $2.06b
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 minutes ago
key drivers for the results were improved trading opportunities from increased market volatility in China, depreciation of the Australian dollar, improved interest income in corporate and asset finance lending, strong volume growth in Australian... Read more
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The North West Star
Taxpayers billed for government mistake over Save the Children workers on Nauruand others "who are encouraging some of these people to behave in a certain way
Taxpayers billed for government mistake over Save the Children workers on Nauru
The North West Star / Posted 15 minutes ago
and others "who are encouraging some of these people to behave in a certain way, believing that that pressure exerted on the Australian government will see a change in our policy in relation to our border protection measures". "These behaviours... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
ANALYSIS: Behind the 60 Minutes child abduction fiascoAbsolutely yes. Should she have agreed to the botched 60 Minutes Child Recover
ANALYSIS: Behind the 60 Minutes child abduction fiasco
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 19 minutes ago
Absolutely yes. Should she have agreed to the botched 60 Minutes Child Recovery 'Plan'? Undeniably no. So what made the Australian mother so desperate to bypass the law? The 60 Minutes Child Abduction Investigation has no doubt left many... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
10 things to do this weekend in Toowoombawith a variety of events including the opening of a solo exhibition, the unveil
10 things to do this weekend in Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 19 minutes ago
with a variety of events including the opening of a solo exhibition, the unveiling of the Nelson Pianola and a zine on the Australian Cultural Library. 10. Blacksmithing workshop WHEN: Saturday and Sunday, 9am to 4pm Learn the basics of... Read more
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MumBRELLA
AFL stars Scott Pendlebury and Gary Ablett star in new Gatorade Fierce campaignbodies. Senior director beverages for PepsiCo Australia & New Zealand, Brad Va
AFL stars Scott Pendlebury and Gary Ablett star in new Gatorade Fierce campaign
MumBRELLA / Posted 19 minutes ago
bodies. Senior director beverages for PepsiCo Australia & New Zealand, Brad Van Dijk, says that the attempt to launch into the Australian market comes on the tail of the brand’s recognised success in the US. Ritchie Taaffe, senior account director... Read more
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Daily Mail
Jennifer Hawkins rehearsing scripts ahead of season ten ANTMthe other. She added to her leggy look with a pair of beige high heels that fe
Jennifer Hawkins rehearsing scripts ahead of season ten ANTM
Daily Mail / Posted 21 minutes ago
the other. She added to her leggy look with a pair of beige high heels that featured cut out detailing across her foot. The Australian model swept her luscious locks across her face and gazed off to the side in the candid shot. Favourite:... Read more
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Daily Mail
Elle Macpherson posts flashback photograph with Naomi Campbellheyday alongside fellow icons Naomi Campbell and Claudia Schiffer. Wearing a s
Elle Macpherson posts flashback photograph with Naomi Campbell
Daily Mail / Posted 21 minutes ago
heyday alongside fellow icons Naomi Campbell and Claudia Schiffer. Wearing a sequinned miniskirt with a daring split, the Australian model flaunted her endless pins in the snap which was taken at the opening of The Fashion Cafe in New York in... Read more
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The Age
Military icebreaker arrives to defend Japanese whalersJapan has sent a giant military icebreaker to bolster its whaling fleet in the
Military icebreaker arrives to defend Japanese whalers
The Age / Posted 22 minutes ago
Japan has sent a giant military icebreaker to bolster its whaling fleet in the conflict with Sea Shepherd off the Australian Antarctic Territory, anti-whaling activists say. The 12,500 tonne Shirase, operated by the Japan Maritime Self-Defence... Read more
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The Border Mail
Fresh blood in AWH top jobimplementation of strategic international defence policy. He was based at Band
Fresh blood in AWH top job
The Border Mail / Posted 23 minutes ago
implementation of strategic international defence policy. He was based at Bandiana, but has held advisory appointments at the Australian embassy in Washington and Baghdad. Mr McJames also has farming interests in the Mitta Valley. Dr Stuart... Read more
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News.com.au
Aust spin master Crosby becomes knightof the dark political arts" in his role as one of the most successful right-win
Aust spin master Crosby becomes knight
News.com.au / Posted 25 minutes ago
of the dark political arts" in his role as one of the most successful right-wing political consultants in recent years. The Australian, who was David Cameron's general election campaign director, was widely regarded as the mastermind behind the... Read more
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Business Wire
GE Capital Australia Funding Pty. Ltd. Announces Final Results and Pricing for the Any and All Cash Tender Offer for Certain AUD-denominated Securitiesinformation agent (the “Information Agent”) for the Tender Offer and BTA Instit
GE Capital Australia Funding Pty. Ltd. Announces Final Results and Pricing for the Any and All Cash Tender Offer for Certain AUD-denominated Securities
Business Wire / Posted 25 minutes ago
information agent (the “Information Agent”) for the Tender Offer and BTA Institutional Services Australia Limited served as the Australian tender agent (the “Australian Tender Agent”). This communication does not constitute an offer to purchase or... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The job everyone secretly wantsKillick Perhaps more surprisingly, the Department of Immigration & Border Prot
The job everyone secretly wants
Daily Telegraph / Posted 26 minutes ago
Killick Perhaps more surprisingly, the Department of Immigration & Border Protection — which last year changed its name to the Australian Border Force — ranked as the eighth most popular employer. It ranked behind arms manufacturer BAE Systems,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Turns out Labor is all for internshipsat all,” Dr Leigh said in 2014. He’s not the only fan. Labor Leader Bill Short
Turns out Labor is all for internships
Daily Telegraph / Posted 26 minutes ago
at all,” Dr Leigh said in 2014. He’s not the only fan. Labor Leader Bill Shorten has used them in his MP’s office. The Australian National Internships Program, for ANU students, noted on its 21st birthday in March last year: “One of this... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The Interchange Podcast Fri May 6Kiwis forward Jason Taumalolo takes on the Australian defence. Photo / Getty Im
The Interchange Podcast Fri May 6
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 26 minutes ago
Kiwis forward Jason Taumalolo takes on the Australian defence. Photo / Getty Images On this week's Interchange podcast Dale Budge speaks to NZ Herald writer David Skipwith about the crazy week of rugby league including the Warriors' dramas, the Eels... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Fairfax flags weekend-only paperssaid the masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generated
Fairfax flags weekend-only papers
Daily Telegraph / Posted 26 minutes ago
said the masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generated the majority of advertising revenue, while the Australian Financial Review could go opposite and drop its weekend edition. Fairfax flagged the potential new publishing... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Running Man: NSW cops go for synchronised baton danceRunning Man challenge this week after New Zealand cops posted a viral video of
Running Man: NSW cops go for synchronised baton dance
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 26 minutes ago
Running Man challenge this week after New Zealand cops posted a viral video of officers doing the dance move. Officers in the Australian Capital and Northern territories looked likely be the first across the ditch to respond, with both forces... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Belle Gibson faces $1m fines over cancer scamlegal proceedings in the Federal Court that pave the way for a prosecution agai
Belle Gibson faces $1m fines over cancer scam
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 27 minutes ago
legal proceedings in the Federal Court that pave the way for a prosecution against Ms Gibson's company. Belle Gibson in the Australian Women's Weekly. Photo: AWW The action is in response to Gibson's false claims of beating terminal brain... Read more
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The Courier
Boost for wine makers in regionwinemakers were given a $50 million boost to assist them with growth in export
Boost for wine makers in region
The Courier / Posted 30 minutes ago
winemakers were given a $50 million boost to assist them with growth in export markets. The money will be handed to the Australian Grape and Wine Authority for a export and regional wine support package. It aims to promote Australian... Read more
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TheBull
CommSec Daily Report Fridayvolatile in seven years. The Reserve Bank’s Statement on Monetary Policy at 11
CommSec Daily Report Friday
TheBull / Posted 31 minutes ago
volatile in seven years. The Reserve Bank’s Statement on Monetary Policy at 11.30am AEST has helped push shares higher and the Australian dollar lower. The central bank has updated its forecasts for the local economy, targeting a lower 1-2 per cent... Read more
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Perth Now
Zoo magazine runs contest with boob job prizeits kind in the world. "The winner will receive the plastic surgery valued at
Zoo magazine runs contest with boob job prize
Perth Now / Posted 36 minutes ago
its kind in the world. "The winner will receive the plastic surgery valued at $10,000." Dr Howard Webster, president of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons, said the organisation strongly disapproved of the stunt. "It's medically... Read more
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Perth Now
Fairfax flags weekend-only paperssaid the masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generated
Fairfax flags weekend-only papers
Perth Now / Posted 37 minutes ago
said the masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generated the majority of advertising revenue, while the Australian Financial Review could go opposite and drop its weekend edition. Fairfax flagged the potential new publishing... Read more
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Perth Now
Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange: BHP - BHP BILLITON - up 24 cents, or 1.3 pe
Stocks to watch
Perth Now / Posted 37 minutes ago
on the Australian stock exchange: BHP - BHP BILLITON - up 24 cents, or 1.3 per cent, at $18.67 BHP Billiton shares have stemmed their slide after Brazil's federal court ratified a settlement reached with the country's authorities... Read more
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Perth Now
Belle Gibson is in big troublePty Ltd, “had willingly co-operated with a concurrent investigation that examin
Belle Gibson is in big trouble
Perth Now / Posted 37 minutes ago
Pty Ltd, “had willingly co-operated with a concurrent investigation that examined whether the company had also violated” the Australian Consumer Law. Mr Cohen said Penguin had admitted that it had not “required Ms Gibson to substantiate her... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Fairfax flags weekend-only newspapersthe masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generate the m
Fairfax flags weekend-only newspapers
Sky News Australia / Posted 37 minutes ago
the masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generate the majority of their advertising revenue, while the Australian Financial Review could go the opposite way and drop its weekend edition. Fairfax has come up with the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Belle Gibson is in big troublePty Ltd, “had willingly co-operated with a concurrent investigation that examin
Belle Gibson is in big trouble
Adelaide Now / Posted 38 minutes ago
Pty Ltd, “had willingly co-operated with a concurrent investigation that examined whether the company had also violated” the Australian Consumer Law. Mr Cohen said Penguin had admitted that it had not “required Ms Gibson to substantiate her... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Fairfax flags weekend-only paperssaid the masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generated
Fairfax flags weekend-only papers
Adelaide Now / Posted 38 minutes ago
said the masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generated the majority of advertising revenue, while the Australian Financial Review could go opposite and drop its weekend edition. Fairfax flagged the potential new publishing... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange: BHP - BHP BILLITON - up 24 cents, or 1.3 pe
Stocks to watch
Adelaide Now / Posted 38 minutes ago
on the Australian stock exchange: BHP - BHP BILLITON - up 24 cents, or 1.3 per cent, at $18.67 BHP Billiton shares have stemmed their slide after Brazil's federal court ratified a settlement reached with the country's authorities... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Strange reason for Brisbane emergency landingaware of an airspeed discrepancy during take-off, which had continued once airb
Strange reason for Brisbane emergency landing
The Courier Mail / Posted 44 minutes ago
aware of an airspeed discrepancy during take-off, which had continued once airborne and forced the emergency landing. The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) launched an immediate investigation into the incident after the overweight... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Aust spin master Crosby becomes knightof the dark political arts" in his role as one of the most successful right-win
Aust spin master Crosby becomes knight
The Courier Mail / Posted 44 minutes ago
of the dark political arts" in his role as one of the most successful right-wing political consultants in recent years. The Australian, who was David Cameron's general election campaign director, was widely regarded as the mastermind behind the... Read more
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The Age
'Ideas boom' missing from budget: economiststhan growing the economy as a whole. "There is not sufficient evidence to say
'Ideas boom' missing from budget: economists
The Age / Posted 52 minutes ago
than growing the economy as a whole. "There is not sufficient evidence to say start-ups are going to give a big lift to the Australian economy," she said. "Everyone looks to Israel as a start-up nation. But if you go to Israel, the economists... Read more
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