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Canberra Times
Robbie Coleman confident he will be fit for start of Brumbies' Super Rugby seasonSelection mix: Robbie Coleman and Aidan Toua will compete for the Brumbies' ful
Robbie Coleman confident he will be fit for start of Brumbies' Super Rugby season
Canberra Times / Posted 6 hours ago
Selection mix: Robbie Coleman and Aidan Toua will compete for the Brumbies' full-back spot for round one. Photo: Rohan Thomson ACT Brumbies full-back Robbie Coleman will return to training this week hoping to claim the No.15 jersey for the Super... Read more
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Canberra Times
Lauren Jackson doesn't want injury to ruin hopes of playing one-on-one with her future childrenLauren Jackson accepts a farewell gift on Friday night. Photo: Jay Cronan Bask
Lauren Jackson doesn't want injury to ruin hopes of playing one-on-one with her future children
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Lauren Jackson accepts a farewell gift on Friday night. Photo: Jay Cronan Basketball champion Lauren Jackson has spoken of her desire to be able to play one-on-one with her future children as she walks the line to the Olympic Games while keeping one... Read more
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The North West Star
Brumbies prop Albert Anae not horsing around when he says Wallabies is his goalAlbert Anae isn't horsing around when he says he wants to use his first ACT Bru
Brumbies prop Albert Anae not horsing around when he says Wallabies is his goal
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
Albert Anae isn't horsing around when he says he wants to use his first ACT Brumbies season to help launch him back into Australian gold. Albert Anae got a taste of the Wallabies' 'drug' three years ago, and he's not horsing around when he says he... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brumbies prop Albert Anae not horsing around when he says Wallabies is his goalAlbert Anae, right, isn't horsing around when he says playing for the Wallabies
Brumbies prop Albert Anae not horsing around when he says Wallabies is his goal
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Albert Anae, right, isn't horsing around when he says playing for the Wallabies is one of his goals. Photo: Graham Tidy Albert Anae got a taste of the Wallabies' 'drug' three years ago, and he's not horsing around when he says he wants to use his... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra's lonely hearts lose more than half a million dollars in 2015Lonely heart scams snagged more than $500,000 from Canberrans in 2015. Photo:
Canberra's lonely hearts lose more than half a million dollars in 2015
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Lonely heart scams snagged more than $500,000 from Canberrans in 2015. Photo: Reuters It's a tale as old as online - it begins with a friend request but ends with being broke and brokenhearted. Now singles are being warned to watch out for... Read more
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Canberra Times
ACT Brumbies start mission to make David Pocock better than everThe Brumbies say David Pocock can get even better in 2016. Photo: Graham Tidy
ACT Brumbies start mission to make David Pocock better than ever
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
The Brumbies say David Pocock can get even better in 2016. Photo: Graham Tidy David Pocock's World Cup campaign was so good that Wallabies coaches agreed they needed him on the field to win games, but ACT Brumbies mentor Stephen Larkham says the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Henry Speight walks line of power and fitness in Brumbies and sevens juggling actHenry Speight will play for the Brumbies on Friday less than a week after his A
Henry Speight walks line of power and fitness in Brumbies and sevens juggling act
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Henry Speight will play for the Brumbies on Friday less than a week after his Australian sevens duties. Photo: Cameron Spencer Olympic Games hopeful Henry Speight will tread the fine line of carrying a lighter frame for his journey to Rio without... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatmentUniversity of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at pre
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatment
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the spread of cancer within the body with the launch of a new company. University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the... Read more
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The Young Witness
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatmentUniversity of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at pre
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatment
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the spread of cancer within the body with the launch of a new company. University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the... Read more
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Western Advocate
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatmentUniversity of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at pre
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatment
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the spread of cancer within the body with the launch of a new company. University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatmentUniversity of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at pre
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatment
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the spread of cancer within the body with the launch of a new company. University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the... Read more
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Manning River Times
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatmentUniversity of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at pre
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatment
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the spread of cancer within the body with the launch of a new company. University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatmentUniversity of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at pre
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatment
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the spread of cancer within the body with the launch of a new company. University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the... Read more
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The North West Star
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatmentUniversity of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at pre
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatment
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the spread of cancer within the body with the launch of a new company. University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatmentUniversity of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at pre
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatment
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the spread of cancer within the body with the launch of a new company. University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the... Read more
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The Border Mail
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatmentUniversity of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at pre
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatment
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the spread of cancer within the body with the launch of a new company. University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the... Read more
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The Courier
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatmentUniversity of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at pre
University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatment
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the spread of cancer within the body with the launch of a new company. University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Weekender: What's on in Canberra February 12-14Stalls, music and colour will fill Civic for the 2016 Multicultural festival.
Canberra Weekender: What's on in Canberra February 12-14
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Stalls, music and colour will fill Civic for the 2016 Multicultural festival. Photo: Rohan Thomson MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL A favourite of many Canberrans, the three day festival will again take over City Walk with multicultural stalls, performances,... Read more
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The Age
Zika virus won't stop Melissa Breen's Olympic dreamMelissa Breen is ramping up her Olympic preparation and won't be distracted by
Zika virus won't stop Melissa Breen's Olympic dream
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Melissa Breen is ramping up her Olympic preparation and won't be distracted by the Zika virus. Photo: Graham Tidy Canberra sprint queen Melissa Breen will put her trust in Australian Olympic Games medical staff as she avoids the hype surrounding the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Zika virus won't stop Melissa Breen's Olympic dreamMelissa Breen is ramping up her Olympic preparation and won't be distracted by
Zika virus won't stop Melissa Breen's Olympic dream
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Melissa Breen is ramping up her Olympic preparation and won't be distracted by the Zika virus. Photo: Graham Tidy Canberra sprint queen Melissa Breen will put her trust in Australian Olympic Games medical staff as she avoids the hype surrounding the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Zika virus won't stop Melissa Breen's Olympic dreamMelissa Breen is ramping up her Olympic preparation and won't be distracted by
Zika virus won't stop Melissa Breen's Olympic dream
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Melissa Breen is ramping up her Olympic preparation and won't be distracted by the Zika virus. Photo: Graham Tidy Canberra sprint queen Melissa Breen will put her trust in Australian Olympic Games medical staff as she avoids the hype surrounding the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Mick Gentleman to lead delegation to the US and Canada to look at light railPlanning Minister Mick Gentleman hopes to gather ideas to bring back to Canberr
Mick Gentleman to lead delegation to the US and Canada to look at light rail
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
Planning Minister Mick Gentleman hopes to gather ideas to bring back to Canberra. Photo: Elesa Kurtz ACT Planning Minister Mick Gentleman will lead a delegation of planners, architects, business leaders to the United States and Canada next week to... Read more
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The Border Mail
100,000 Victorians living with dementiaThere are almost and that number is expected to climb to almost 400,000 by 205
100,000 Victorians living with dementia
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
There are almost and that number is expected to climb to almost 400,000 by 2050. There are almost and that number is expected to climb to almost 400,000 by... Read more
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Canberra Times
ACT Brumbies call on sprint coach to boost Super Rugby bidNigel Ah Wong credits sprint training from John Pryor for his improved speed th
ACT Brumbies call on sprint coach to boost Super Rugby bid
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
Nigel Ah Wong credits sprint training from John Pryor for his improved speed this year. Photo: Rohan Thomson New England coach Eddie Jones has already snared ACT Brumbies legend George Smith to help the enemy and the former Wallabies mentor is... Read more
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The Age
Incidence of dementia is growingThe number of Victorians living with dementia is growing . Photo: Louise Kenner
Incidence of dementia is growing
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
The number of Victorians living with dementia is growing . Photo: Louise Kennerley There are almost 100,000 Victorians living with dementia and that number is expected to climb to almost 400,000 by 2050. Research commissioned by Alzheimer's... Read more
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The Courier
100,000 Victorians living with dementiaThere are almost and that number is expected to climb to almost 400,000 by 205
100,000 Victorians living with dementia
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
There are almost and that number is expected to climb to almost 400,000 by 2050. There are almost and that number is expected to climb to almost 400,000 by... Read more
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The Border Mail
100,000 Victorians living with dementiaThere are almost and that number is expected to climb to almost 400,000 by 205
100,000 Victorians living with dementia
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
There are almost and that number is expected to climb to almost 400,000 by 2050. There are almost and that number is expected to climb to almost 400,000 by... Read more
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The Courier
100,000 Victorians living with dementiaThere are almost and that number is expected to climb to almost 400,000 by 205
100,000 Victorians living with dementia
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
There are almost and that number is expected to climb to almost 400,000 by 2050. There are almost and that number is expected to climb to almost 400,000 by... Read more
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Canberra Times
Former AIS coach Phil Brown admits interest in 'having a discussion' with CapsPhil Brown in action during his coaching tenure at AIS. Photo: Belinda Pratten
Former AIS coach Phil Brown admits interest in 'having a discussion' with Caps
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
Phil Brown in action during his coaching tenure at AIS. Photo: Belinda Pratten Former WNBL coach of the year Phil Brown says he would be "interested in having a discussion" about the vacant Canberra Capitals head coaching role, but not until there... Read more
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Canberra Times
Sod turned on new University of Canberra public hospital siteMeegan Fitzharris, left, Stephen Parker, Chris Burke, Andrew Barr, and Simon Co
Sod turned on new University of Canberra public hospital site
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
Meegan Fitzharris, left, Stephen Parker, Chris Burke, Andrew Barr, and Simon Corbell at the sod-turning event at the University of Canberra public hospital site. Photo: Rohan Thomson It's not the government's most controversial project, but it's one... Read more
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Canberra Times
Poetry in Canberra thrives with the help of new venue University HousePoet Geoff Page at his home in Narrabundah. Photo: Jay Cronan When Geoff Page
Poetry in Canberra thrives with the help of new venue University House
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
Poet Geoff Page at his home in Narrabundah. Photo: Jay Cronan When Geoff Page noticed a new cafe named after his favourite poet in Manuka 22 years ago, he knew it was a sign. He walked straight in and proposed a series of poetry readings to be held... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Eurobodalla students get great startTen Eurobodalla students celebrated a dream start to their tertiary career at t
Eurobodalla students get great start
Kiama Independent / Posted 8 days ago
Ten Eurobodalla students celebrated a dream start to their tertiary career at the Batemans Bay Youth Foundation dinner on Thursday night. CLASS OF '16: Batemans Bay Youth Foundation grantees Joseph Tegart, Lizzie Jack, Daina Koote, Carly Hay, Eden... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: K
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 8 days ago
BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: Kate Healy TRENTHAM: Graham Walker wants to take over management of the cemetery where his great aunt is buried. Picture: Dylan Burns BALLARAT: Keely and Milla Geljon are... Read more
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The Young Witness
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: K
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016
The Young Witness / Posted 8 days ago
BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: Kate Healy TRENTHAM: Graham Walker wants to take over management of the cemetery where his great aunt is buried. Picture: Dylan Burns BALLARAT: Keely and Milla Geljon are... Read more
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Western Advocate
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: K
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016
Western Advocate / Posted 8 days ago
BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: Kate Healy TRENTHAM: Graham Walker wants to take over management of the cemetery where his great aunt is buried. Picture: Dylan Burns BALLARAT: Keely and Milla Geljon are... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: K
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016
Kiama Independent / Posted 8 days ago
BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: Kate Healy TRENTHAM: Graham Walker wants to take over management of the cemetery where his great aunt is buried. Picture: Dylan Burns BALLARAT: Keely and Milla Geljon are... Read more
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Manning River Times
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: K
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016
Manning River Times / Posted 8 days ago
BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: Kate Healy TRENTHAM: Graham Walker wants to take over management of the cemetery where his great aunt is buried. Picture: Dylan Burns BALLARAT: Keely and Milla Geljon are... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: K
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 8 days ago
BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: Kate Healy TRENTHAM: Graham Walker wants to take over management of the cemetery where his great aunt is buried. Picture: Dylan Burns BALLARAT: Keely and Milla Geljon are... Read more
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The North West Star
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: K
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016
The North West Star / Posted 8 days ago
BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: Kate Healy TRENTHAM: Graham Walker wants to take over management of the cemetery where his great aunt is buried. Picture: Dylan Burns BALLARAT: Keely and Milla Geljon are... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: K
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016
Daily Liberal / Posted 8 days ago
BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: Kate Healy TRENTHAM: Graham Walker wants to take over management of the cemetery where his great aunt is buried. Picture: Dylan Burns BALLARAT: Keely and Milla Geljon are... Read more
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The Border Mail
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: K
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016
The Border Mail / Posted 8 days ago
BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: Kate Healy TRENTHAM: Graham Walker wants to take over management of the cemetery where his great aunt is buried. Picture: Dylan Burns BALLARAT: Keely and Milla Geljon are... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: K
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: Kate Healy TRENTHAM: Graham Walker wants to take over management of the cemetery where his great aunt is buried. Picture: Dylan Burns BALLARAT: Keely and Milla Geljon are... Read more
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The Courier
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: K
The week in pictures: February 6, 2016
The Courier / Posted 8 days ago
BALLARAT: Luke Terrill with Harry for a preview to Pet Adoption Day. Picture: Kate Healy TRENTHAM: Graham Walker wants to take over management of the cemetery where his great aunt is buried. Picture: Dylan Burns BALLARAT: Keely and Milla Geljon are... Read more
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Queensland Times
SEQ should count their lucky starsIPSWICH'S Brad George remains hopeful the SEQ Stars won't be the next basketbal
SEQ should count their lucky stars
Queensland Times / Posted 8 days ago
IPSWICH'S Brad George remains hopeful the SEQ Stars won't be the next basketball team in the region to be thrown to the scrap head, despite being on the verge of financial collapse. The Stars were placed into liquidation on Wednesday, before a Logan... Read more
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FOX News
Tendon pain linked to Type 2 diabetesExercise is important to managing Type 2 diabetes, but the condition may also m
Tendon pain linked to Type 2 diabetes
FOX News / Posted 9 days ago
Exercise is important to managing Type 2 diabetes, but the condition may also make a person prone to tendon pain, which can interfere with exercise, researchers say. Based on an analysis of past studies, researchers found that people with Type 2... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
SEQ Stars saved but coach pushed out by sponsorWNBL: SEQ Stars saved but coach Shane Heal pushed out by sponsor The South Eas
SEQ Stars saved but coach pushed out by sponsor
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
WNBL: SEQ Stars saved but coach Shane Heal pushed out by sponsor The South East Queensland Stars WNBL team has been thrown a financial lifeline to finish the season, but its coach has been sacked as part of the deal. Key points: The team was... Read more
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Western Advocate
Eat, drink, artThe Tom Robert's Exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia becomes a day
Eat, drink, art
Western Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
The Tom Robert's Exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia becomes a day out with a high tea to remember. AS A senior lecturer in Political Science at the University of Canberra, Dr Michael De Percy is no stranger to the workings of the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Eat, drink, artThe Tom Robert's Exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia becomes a day
Eat, drink, art
Kiama Independent / Posted 10 days ago
The Tom Robert's Exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia becomes a day out with a high tea to remember. AS A senior lecturer in Political Science at the University of Canberra, Dr Michael De Percy is no stranger to the workings of the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Eat, drink, artThe Tom Robert's Exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia becomes a day
Eat, drink, art
Manning River Times / Posted 10 days ago
The Tom Robert's Exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia becomes a day out with a high tea to remember. AS A senior lecturer in Political Science at the University of Canberra, Dr Michael De Percy is no stranger to the workings of the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Eat, drink, artThe Tom Robert's Exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia becomes a day
Eat, drink, art
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
The Tom Robert's Exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia becomes a day out with a high tea to remember. AS A senior lecturer in Political Science at the University of Canberra, Dr Michael De Percy is no stranger to the workings of the... Read more
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