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Weekly Times
We are living longer but are less healthyAUSTRALIANS are living longer with the life expectancy of women reaching almost
We are living longer but are less healthy
Weekly Times / Posted an hour ago
AUSTRALIANS are living longer with the life expectancy of women reaching almost 84 and men almost 80. BUT we are also spending more time in ill-health - 13.36 years for women and 11.28 years for men. Globally people are living longer, even in some... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Sharing household chores and child-rearing can do wonders for your sex life: researchMen's participation in household chores and child-rearing improves their relati
Sharing household chores and child-rearing can do wonders for your sex life: research
Illawarra Mercury / Posted an hour ago
Men's participation in household chores and child-rearing improves their relationship with their partner and their sex life - but it's not happening in most families. The simple route to a sexier love life is rather mundane. We know that sharing... Read more
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The Courier
Strikers’ season decider delayedEureka Strikers might have to wait until Wednesday to learn if it wins the cham
Strikers’ season decider delayed
The Courier / Posted 5 hours ago
Eureka Strikers might have to wait until Wednesday to learn if it wins the championship. STRIKER: Lulu Al-Huneidi has scored 22 goals in 15 matches this year. BALLARAT Eureka Strikers could have to wait until next week to learn if they are... Read more
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Weekly Times
El Nino weather pattern not all doom for Australian farmersA STRONGER El Nino weather pattern doesn’t necessarily mean a failed spring for
El Nino weather pattern not all doom for Australian farmers
Weekly Times / Posted 8 hours ago
A STRONGER El Nino weather pattern doesn’t necessarily mean a failed spring for Australian farmers, according to climate experts. Forecasters across the globe say a strong El Nino — whereby warmer sea surface temperatures in parts of the Pacific... Read more
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Canberra Times
$15.5 million Rothschild Prayerbook just a snippet of Kerry Stokes' art collectionErica Persak with the Rothschild Prayerbook. Bought at auction for $15.5 millio
$15.5 million Rothschild Prayerbook just a snippet of Kerry Stokes' art collection
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
Erica Persak with the Rothschild Prayerbook. Bought at auction for $15.5 million by Kerry Stokes, it's now on display at the Ian Potter Museum. Photo: Joe Armao Businessman Kerry Stokes' $15 million phone call won him a rare and splendid art work... Read more
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Brisbane Times
$15.5 million Rothschild Prayerbook just a snippet of Kerry Stokes' art collectionErica Persak with the Rothschild Prayerbook. Bought at auction for $15.5 millio
$15.5 million Rothschild Prayerbook just a snippet of Kerry Stokes' art collection
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 hours ago
Erica Persak with the Rothschild Prayerbook. Bought at auction for $15.5 million by Kerry Stokes, it's now on display at the Ian Potter Museum. Photo: Joe Armao Businessman Kerry Stokes' $15 million phone call won him a rare and splendid art work... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
$15.5 million Rothschild Prayerbook just a snippet of Kerry Stokes' art collectionErica Persak with the Rothschild Prayerbook. Bought at auction for $15.5 millio
$15.5 million Rothschild Prayerbook just a snippet of Kerry Stokes' art collection
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
Erica Persak with the Rothschild Prayerbook. Bought at auction for $15.5 million by Kerry Stokes, it's now on display at the Ian Potter Museum. Photo: Joe Armao Businessman Kerry Stokes' $15 million phone call won him a rare and splendid art work... Read more
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WA Today
$15.5 million Rothschild Prayerbook just a snippet of Kerry Stokes' art collectionErica Persak with the Rothschild Prayerbook. Bought at auction for $15.5 millio
$15.5 million Rothschild Prayerbook just a snippet of Kerry Stokes' art collection
WA Today / Posted 15 hours ago
Erica Persak with the Rothschild Prayerbook. Bought at auction for $15.5 million by Kerry Stokes, it's now on display at the Ian Potter Museum. Photo: Joe Armao Businessman Kerry Stokes' $15 million phone call won him a rare and splendid art work... Read more
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The Age
$15.5 million Rothschild Prayerbook just a snippet of Kerry Stokes' art collectionErica Persak with the Rothschild Prayerbook. Bought at auction for $15.5 millio
$15.5 million Rothschild Prayerbook just a snippet of Kerry Stokes' art collection
The Age / Posted 15 hours ago
Erica Persak with the Rothschild Prayerbook. Bought at auction for $15.5 million by Kerry Stokes, it's now on display at the Ian Potter Museum. Photo: Joe Armao Businessman Kerry Stokes' $15 million phone call won him a rare and splendid art work... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Coming (and Going) of No MessiahA careful look at President Obama's visit to Ethiopia will reveal that plenty o
The Coming (and Going) of No Messiah
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 hours ago
A careful look at President Obama's visit to Ethiopia will reveal that plenty of unlikely circumstances will render his purpose to visit to a near irrelevance, except for one only The drizzly afternoon on June 26, 2015 saw Addis Abeba's Bole... Read more
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Independent
Hair loss explained: How and why men go baldThe hallmark of male pattern balding is that hair loss progresses in a distinct
Hair loss explained: How and why men go bald
Independent / Posted 20 hours ago
The hallmark of male pattern balding is that hair loss progresses in a distinctive and highly reproducible pattern. While this sounds straightforward, in fact there are three main areas of scalp that lose hair preferentially, and the relative loss in... Read more
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The Courier
Doing it for mumA BRAVE Bungaree teenager will raise her three younger siblings in a loving tri
Doing it for mum
The Courier / Posted 20 hours ago
A BRAVE Bungaree teenager will raise her three younger siblings in a loving tribute to their mum. Crystal Wallace, 18, has vowed to keep her sisters, Pearl, 15, Ruby, 13, and brother Bowie, eight, together as a family after their single mum Janis,... Read more
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The Courier
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Au
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?
The Courier / Posted 22 hours ago
Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Australia sees itself and have drastic consequences for the way government money is spent on welfare and education. Next year's census has a very subtle edit that may... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Au
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 22 hours ago
Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Australia sees itself and have drastic consequences for the way government money is spent on welfare and education. Next year's census has a very subtle edit that may... Read more
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The Young Witness
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Au
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?
The Young Witness / Posted 22 hours ago
Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Australia sees itself and have drastic consequences for the way government money is spent on welfare and education. Next year's census has a very subtle edit that may... Read more
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Western Advocate
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Au
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?
Western Advocate / Posted 22 hours ago
Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Australia sees itself and have drastic consequences for the way government money is spent on welfare and education. Next year's census has a very subtle edit that may... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Au
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?
Kiama Independent / Posted 22 hours ago
Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Australia sees itself and have drastic consequences for the way government money is spent on welfare and education. Next year's census has a very subtle edit that may... Read more
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Manning River Times
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Au
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?
Manning River Times / Posted 22 hours ago
Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Australia sees itself and have drastic consequences for the way government money is spent on welfare and education. Next year's census has a very subtle edit that may... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Au
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 22 hours ago
Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Australia sees itself and have drastic consequences for the way government money is spent on welfare and education. Next year's census has a very subtle edit that may... Read more
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The North West Star
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Au
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?
The North West Star / Posted 23 hours ago
Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Australia sees itself and have drastic consequences for the way government money is spent on welfare and education. Next year's census has a very subtle edit that may... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Au
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?
Daily Liberal / Posted 23 hours ago
Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Australia sees itself and have drastic consequences for the way government money is spent on welfare and education. Next year's census has a very subtle edit that may... Read more
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The Border Mail
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Au
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?
The Border Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Australia sees itself and have drastic consequences for the way government money is spent on welfare and education. Next year's census has a very subtle edit that may... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Au
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 23 hours ago
Next year's Census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Australia sees itself and have drastic consequences for the way government money is spent on welfare and education. Next year's census has a very subtle edit that may... Read more
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Malta Star
MaltaStar.comThe sixth principle of the United Nations Global Compact calls for “the elimina
MaltaStar.com
Malta Star / Posted 23 hours ago
The sixth principle of the United Nations Global Compact calls for “the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation”. The Paola Local Council, with its partners, have carried out a project that promotes the employability of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Five points to consider when choosing a university course#TalkAboutIt: Universities across Australia are holding open days for prospec
Five points to consider when choosing a university course
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
#TalkAboutIt: Universities across Australia are holding open days for prospective students wanting to learn more about their study options and on-campus experiences. But with a plethora of... Read more
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The Age
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?Bylong Catholic Church and cemetery, which is listed under the State Heritage R
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?
The Age / Posted yesterday
Bylong Catholic Church and cemetery, which is listed under the State Heritage Register and National Trust of Australia. Photo: brendan esposito Next year's census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Australia sees itself and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?Bylong Catholic Church and cemetery, which is listed under the State Heritage R
Census change: Is Australia losing its religion?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Bylong Catholic Church and cemetery, which is listed under the State Heritage Register and National Trust of Australia. Photo: brendan esposito Next year's census has a very subtle edit that may completely change the way Australia sees itself and... Read more
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NZCity
Double cochlear implants benefit Kiwi kidsDeaf Australian children are at a greater disadvantage than those in New Zealan
Double cochlear implants benefit Kiwi kids
NZCity / Posted yesterday
Deaf Australian children are at a greater disadvantage than those in New Zealand who can get public funding for double cochlear implants. Primary school children using the bilateral cochlear implants do much better in school exams than those with... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Call to fund double cochlear implantsDEAF Australian children are at a greater disadvantage than those in New Zealan
Call to fund double cochlear implants
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
DEAF Australian children are at a greater disadvantage than those in New Zealand who can get public funding for double cochlear implants. PRIMARY school children using the bilateral cochlear implants do much better in school exams than those with... Read more
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Herald Sun
Call to fund double cochlear implantsDEAF Australian children are at a greater disadvantage than those in New Zealan
Call to fund double cochlear implants
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
DEAF Australian children are at a greater disadvantage than those in New Zealand who can get public funding for double cochlear implants. PRIMARY school children using the bilateral cochlear implants do much better in school exams than those with... Read more
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Weekly Times
Call to fund double cochlear implantsDEAF Australian children are at a greater disadvantage than those in New Zealan
Call to fund double cochlear implants
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
DEAF Australian children are at a greater disadvantage than those in New Zealand who can get public funding for double cochlear implants. PRIMARY school children using the bilateral cochlear implants do much better in school exams than those with... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Call to fund double cochlear implantsDEAF Australian children are at a greater disadvantage than those in New Zealan
Call to fund double cochlear implants
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
DEAF Australian children are at a greater disadvantage than those in New Zealand who can get public funding for double cochlear implants. PRIMARY school children using the bilateral cochlear implants do much better in school exams than those with... Read more
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News.com.au
Call to fund double cochlear implantsbreaking news DEAF Australian children are at a greater disadvantage than th
Call to fund double cochlear implants
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
breaking news DEAF Australian children are at a greater disadvantage than those in New Zealand who can get public funding for double cochlear implants. PRIMARY school children using the bilateral cochlear... Read more
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MumBRELLA
McCann Melbourne appoints Matt Lawson as CD McCann Melbourne has appointed Matt Lawson as a creative director. The annou
McCann Melbourne appoints Matt Lawson as CD
MumBRELLA / Posted yesterday
McCann Melbourne has appointed Matt Lawson as a creative director. The announcement: On the back of continued new business AGL Energy, Australian Unity and the University of Melbourne, McCann Melbourne... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Australian of the Year in pictures1960: Sir Frank Macfarlane Burnet, the virologist and immunologist, won the Nob
Australian of the Year in pictures
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
1960: Sir Frank Macfarlane Burnet, the virologist and immunologist, won the Nobel Prize for medicine in 1960 as well as being named the Australian of the Year. Fairfax image 1961: Australian opera singer, Joan Sutherland, at a civic reception at... Read more
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The North West Star
Sharing household chores and child-rearing can do wonders for your sex life: researchMen's participation in household chores and child-rearing improves their relati
Sharing household chores and child-rearing can do wonders for your sex life: research
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
Men's participation in household chores and child-rearing improves their relationship with their partner and their sex life - but it's not happening in most families. The simple route to a sexier love life is rather mundane. We know that sharing... Read more
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Weekly Times
Herds swing to synchronisation as farm figures add upWHETHER it is for management on a large farm, or a way to ensure non-cycling co
Herds swing to synchronisation as farm figures add up
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
WHETHER it is for management on a large farm, or a way to ensure non-cycling cows get the best possible chance of becoming pregnant, there’s no denying the use of oestrus synchronisation in Australian dairy has increased. This comes at a time when... Read more
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Herald Sun
Eureka Prize winners announcedTHE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards
Eureka Prize winners announced
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
THE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards to 16 of Australia's leading scientists and science communicators at a gala dinner in Sydney. THE prizes, billed as "the most comprehensive national science awards," were... Read more
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Weekly Times
Eureka Prize winners announcedTHE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards
Eureka Prize winners announced
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
THE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards to 16 of Australia's leading scientists and science communicators at a gala dinner in Sydney. THE prizes, billed as "the most comprehensive national science awards," were... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Eureka Prize winners announcedTHE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards
Eureka Prize winners announced
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
THE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards to 16 of Australia's leading scientists and science communicators at a gala dinner in Sydney. THE prizes, billed as "the most comprehensive national science awards," were... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Liberal MP wants migrants, Indigenous people recognised in constitutionFederal Liberal MP calls for migrants and Indigenous people to be recognised in
Liberal MP wants migrants, Indigenous people recognised in constitution
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Federal Liberal MP calls for migrants and Indigenous people to be recognised in constitution Federal Liberal MP Ian Goodenough is calling for migrants and Indigenous people to be recognised in the constitution. The West Australian backbencher... Read more
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News.com.au
Eureka Prize winners announcedbreaking news THE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes nigh
Eureka Prize winners announced
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
breaking news THE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards to 16 of Australia's leading scientists and science communicators at a gala dinner in Sydney. THE prizes, billed as "the... Read more
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Perth Now
Eureka Prize winners announcedTHE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards
Eureka Prize winners announced
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
THE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards to 16 of Australia's leading scientists and science communicators at a gala dinner in Sydney. THE prizes, billed as "the most comprehensive national science awards," were... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Eureka Prize winners announcedTHE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards
Eureka Prize winners announced
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
THE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards to 16 of Australia's leading scientists and science communicators at a gala dinner in Sydney. THE prizes, billed as "the most comprehensive national science awards," were... Read more
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Herald Sun
Hey Gabe, did you hear the one about ...Seven-year-old Gabe Cameron, pictured with his brothers Noah and Seth, has bila
Hey Gabe, did you hear the one about ...
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
Seven-year-old Gabe Cameron, pictured with his brothers Noah and Seth, has bilateral cochlear implants. Picture: Eugene Hyland DEAF children who receive two cochlear implants are able to bridge the academic gap to those with normal hearing; however,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Good Universities Guide publishes 'flawed' ratings: Central Queensland UniversityGood Universities Guide publishes 'flawed' ratings, Central Queensland Universi
Good Universities Guide publishes 'flawed' ratings: Central Queensland University
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Good Universities Guide publishes 'flawed' ratings, Central Queensland University says Photo: Central Queensland University said it was already difficult attracting students to regional campuses and poor star ratings had not helped. (ABC TV - file... Read more
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Money Management
FOS appoints new Code Compliance Monitoring CEOThe Financial Ombudsman Service has appointed a new chief executive, Code Compl
FOS appoints new Code Compliance Monitoring CEO
Money Management / Posted yesterday
The Financial Ombudsman Service has appointed a new chief executive, Code Compliance Monitoring . The FOS Chief Ombudsman, Shane Tregillis, said Sally Davis had been appointed to the role effective from 1 September. He said the appointment was made... Read more
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Herald Sun
Gamer escapes jail for blackmailing loverBlackmailer Louise McLaughlin had been a relative loner before falling in love
Gamer escapes jail for blackmailing lover
Herald Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Blackmailer Louise McLaughlin had been a relative loner before falling in love while playing World of Warcraft (pictured), a court heard. A WORLD of Warcraft gamer who blackmailed her lover after he was jailed for despicable sex crimes has avoided... Read more
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Herald Sun
Gamer escapes jail for blackmailing loverBlackmailer Louise McLaughlin had been a relative loner before falling in love
Gamer escapes jail for blackmailing lover
Herald Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Blackmailer Louise McLaughlin had been a relative loner before falling in love while playing World of Warcraft (pictured), a court heard. A WORLD of Warcraft gamer who blackmailed her lover after he was jailed for despicable sex crimes has avoided... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NT gas royalties 'to be spent on education and training'Royalties from NT gas fracking projects to be spent on education and training,
NT gas royalties 'to be spent on education and training'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
Royalties from NT gas fracking projects to be spent on education and training, Chief Minister Adam Giles says Royalties from onshore shale gas fracking projects in the Northern Territory will be channelled into a fund for vocational training and... Read more
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