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Oakland Tribune
Camron-Stanford House exhibit looks at Lake Merritt's evolutionold-fashioned photo album. It uses archival photos, newspaper clippings and map
Camron-Stanford House exhibit looks at Lake Merritt's evolution
Oakland Tribune / Posted yesterday
old-fashioned photo album. It uses archival photos, newspaper clippings and maps to recall people and events from the mid-Victorian era to the early 20th century." The exhibit details Lake Merritt's transition from tidal slough (pronounced... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Walker Art Gallery's Pre-Raphaelites show revealedyoung artists.” It shows, through more than 120 artworks drawn together from p
Walker Art Gallery's Pre-Raphaelites show revealed
Liverpool Echo / Posted 8 days ago
young artists.” It shows, through more than 120 artworks drawn together from public and private collections, just what a powerhouse the city was and how the northern art scene rivalled London during the Victorian era. Christopher first suggested... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
Journey to a million: the BBL success storypulling crowds to domestic sport, the Australian Football League leads the way.
Journey to a million: the BBL success story
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 12 days ago
pulling crowds to domestic sport, the Australian Football League leads the way. The tribal nature of the AFL stems from its Victorian history. Inner-city Melbourne clubs have built up rivalries over more than a century. It is absolutely ingrained... Read more
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The North West Star
Two AFL club bosses knock back NRL approach to apply for chief executive's positionexecutive in the AFL, starting his career as the boss of the West Coast Eagles
Two AFL club bosses knock back NRL approach to apply for chief executive's position
The North West Star / Posted 15 days ago
executive in the AFL, starting his career as the boss of the West Coast Eagles in 1990. Cook transformed the club into a powerhouse, quadrupling membership and helping the Eagles become the first non-Victorian club to win the AFL premiership in... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Time to step up, declares Siddonsin the finals we need to win this game,” said Siddons, with SA two points behin
Time to step up, declares Siddons
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
in the finals we need to win this game,” said Siddons, with SA two points behind Victoria on 10. “This is a full-strength Victorian team, so they will be tough to beat.” Callum Ferguson has watched a plethora of rivals preferred for Australian... Read more
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Herald Sun
Avanti to defend homeland against giantsAvanti IsoWhey Sports team throw up wheelies at the recent Mitchelton Bay Cycli
Avanti to defend homeland against giants
Herald Sun / Posted 18 days ago
Avanti IsoWhey Sports team throw up wheelies at the recent Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic. Picture: Con Chronis DOMESTIC powerhouse Avanti IsoWhey Sports will again lock horns with some of the world’s biggest cycling teams in Australia’s oldest... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Avanti to defend homeland against giantsAvanti IsoWhey Sports team throw up wheelies at the recent Mitchelton Bay Cycli
Avanti to defend homeland against giants
Daily Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
Avanti IsoWhey Sports team throw up wheelies at the recent Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic. Picture: Con Chronis DOMESTIC powerhouse Avanti IsoWhey Sports will again lock horns with some of the world’s biggest cycling teams in Australia’s oldest... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Avanti to defend homeland against giantsAvanti IsoWhey Sports team throw up wheelies at the recent Mitchelton Bay Cycli
Avanti to defend homeland against giants
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 days ago
Avanti IsoWhey Sports team throw up wheelies at the recent Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic. Picture: Con Chronis DOMESTIC powerhouse Avanti IsoWhey Sports will again lock horns with some of the world’s biggest cycling teams in Australia’s oldest... Read more
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The Courier
Mackay rides her luck to emerge with titlein the MARS Cycling Road National Championships. The might of Orica-AIS was ex
Mackay rides her luck to emerge with title
The Courier / Posted 30 days ago
in the MARS Cycling Road National Championships. The might of Orica-AIS was expected to dominate the 33km event. And the powerhouse did just that until when it mattered most – on the line. Victorian Lizzie Williams was left to fly the Orica-AIS... Read more
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Ipswich Star
East of England sees ‘Brian Cox effect’ as science jobs soarmove — and with the biggest road improvement programme since the 1970s and the
East of England sees ‘Brian Cox effect’ as science jobs soar
Ipswich Star / Posted a month ago
move — and with the biggest road improvement programme since the 1970s and the largest programme of rail investment since Victorian times, it means the number of jobs available has in the industry is also dramatically increasing. A whopping 55,000... Read more
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Sussex Express
Construction industry on the up in south eastmove — and with the biggest road improvement programme since the 1970s and the
Construction industry on the up in south east
Sussex Express / Posted 1 months ago
move — and with the biggest road improvement programme since the 1970s and the largest programme of rail investment since Victorian times, it means the number of jobs available has in the industry is also dramatically increasing. Around 55,000... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Construction industry on the up in south eastmove — and with the biggest road improvement programme since the 1970s and the
Construction industry on the up in south east
Chichester Observer / Posted 1 months ago
move — and with the biggest road improvement programme since the 1970s and the largest programme of rail investment since Victorian times, it means the number of jobs available has in the industry is also dramatically increasing. Around 55,000... Read more
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The Courier
In-form Keast to step up in Daylesford Gifta big step for the 15-year-old, he takes winning form into the Daylesford Gift
In-form Keast to step up in Daylesford Gift
The Courier / Posted 1 months ago
a big step for the 15-year-old, he takes winning form into the Daylesford Gift heats. Keast had his biggest moment on the Victorian Athletic League circuit at Maryborough on Friday, taking out the restricted 120 metres. His only previous victory... Read more
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The Irish Times
Great Irish Pubs: your top ten Barfly reviews in 2015until 4pm. Continue reading 3. The Long Hall, Georges St, Dublin There are fe
Great Irish Pubs: your top ten Barfly reviews in 2015
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
until 4pm. Continue reading 3. The Long Hall, Georges St, Dublin There are few pubs in Dublin that can match this great Victorian relic When Phil Lynott lifted his sad brown eyes to the camera to sing “I’ve been spending my money in the old... Read more

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