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WA Today
WA Aboriginal communities 'over-serviced'larger ones ... no one is going to be putting bulldozers into communities, peop
WA Aboriginal communities 'over-serviced'
WA Today / Posted 3 hours ago
larger ones ... no one is going to be putting bulldozers into communities, people can stay on their traditional land." The WA government has previously flagged the potential closure of small Aboriginal communities after the federal government... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
WA misses out on billions in federal infrastructure fundingfrom the fund.Opportunity missed: analyst John Nicolaou, Perth director of eco
WA misses out on billions in federal infrastructure funding
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 hours ago
from the fund.Opportunity missed: analyst John Nicolaou, Perth director of economic consultancy ACIL Allen, said the WA Government had missed an important opportunity to take advantage of the scheme to fund new infrastructure. "Imagine if... Read more
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News.com.au
WA Aboriginal communities 'over-serviced'larger ones ... no one is going to be putting bulldozers into communities, peop
WA Aboriginal communities 'over-serviced'
News.com.au / Posted 16 hours ago
larger ones ... no one is going to be putting bulldozers into communities, people can stay on their traditional land." The WA government has previously flagged the potential closure of small Aboriginal communities after the federal government... Read more
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16h
Perth Now
Premier still cautious about NDISlarger ones ... no one is going to be putting bulldozers into communities, peop
Premier still cautious about NDIS
Perth Now / Posted 16 hours ago
larger ones ... no one is going to be putting bulldozers into communities, people can stay on their traditional land.” The WA government has previously flagged the potential closure of small Aboriginal communities after the federal government... Read more
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16h
Perth Now
WA Aboriginal communities 'over-serviced'larger ones ... no one is going to be putting bulldozers into communities, peop
WA Aboriginal communities 'over-serviced'
Perth Now / Posted 16 hours ago
larger ones ... no one is going to be putting bulldozers into communities, people can stay on their traditional land." The WA government has previously flagged the potential closure of small Aboriginal communities after the federal government... Read more
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16h
Sky News Australia
WA Indigenous communities 'over-serviced'larger ones ... no one is going to be putting bulldozers into communities, peop
WA Indigenous communities 'over-serviced'
Sky News Australia / Posted 16 hours ago
larger ones ... no one is going to be putting bulldozers into communities, people can stay on their traditional land.' The WA government has previously flagged the potential closure of small Aboriginal communities after the federal government... Read more
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16h
WA Today
Extradited 'Postcard Bandit' arrives in WAas Abbott. 2008 - Abbott is refused a transfer back to WA to be closer to his
Extradited 'Postcard Bandit' arrives in WA
WA Today / Posted 16 hours ago
as Abbott. 2008 - Abbott is refused a transfer back to WA to be closer to his mother, one of four such refusals by the WA government. April 2016 - Abbott is immediately arrested in Brisbane upon his release on parole after 18 years in jail. He... Read more
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The Courier Mail
WA Aboriginal communities 'over-serviced'larger ones ... no one is going to be putting bulldozers into communities, peop
WA Aboriginal communities 'over-serviced'
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
larger ones ... no one is going to be putting bulldozers into communities, people can stay on their traditional land." The WA government has previously flagged the potential closure of small Aboriginal communities after the federal government... Read more
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WA Today
Fremantle's $220 million facelift of 'civic heart' delayed againasked council on Wednesday to extend its contract for another six months while
Fremantle's $220 million facelift of 'civic heart' delayed again
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
asked council on Wednesday to extend its contract for another six months while the government makes up its mind. The WA government announced more than three years ago it would move 1000 public servants to Fremantle as part of its program to... Read more
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WA Today
Armadale and Cockburn mayors want to build a bridge over Kwinana FreewayArmadale Road had been a major victory in addressing congestion. The Federal G
Armadale and Cockburn mayors want to build a bridge over Kwinana Freeway
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
Armadale Road had been a major victory in addressing congestion. The Federal Government committed $116 million and the WA government- $29 million, for the full duplication of Armadale Road. "However there will be little benefit from the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Moves to legalise Uber set to drag on beyond WA electionis unlikely to be completed before the 2017 election, the Transport Minister sa
Moves to legalise Uber set to drag on beyond WA election
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
is unlikely to be completed before the 2017 election, the Transport Minister says. Key points: While Dean Nalder said the WA Government was continuing to work towards plans to implement basic regulatory changes by July 1, he admitted the process... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Head of new Perth Children's Hospital resignscongratulate Tina Chinery on her new role which is a tremendous career opportun
Head of new Perth Children's Hospital resigns
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
congratulate Tina Chinery on her new role which is a tremendous career opportunity." Ms Chinery is the fourth senior WA Government bureaucrat to either retire or quit a critical role in the past few weeks. Department of Premier and Cabinet... Read more
8d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Friction builds between WA Government partnersRoyalties for Regions row causes more friction between WA Government partners
Friction builds between WA Government partners
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
Royalties for Regions row causes more friction between WA Government partners Tensions in the West Australian Government alliance have intensified after the Premier again signalled a tougher approach to Royalties for Regions funding, with Nationals... Read more
9d
Perth Now
Adult cyclists can now ride on footpathsAdult cyclists can now legally ride on footpaths after the WA Government change
Adult cyclists can now ride on footpaths
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
Adult cyclists can now legally ride on footpaths after the WA Government changed the laws. CAR-FEARING cyclists can now ride on footpaths, after law changes allowing cyclists of any age — not just children — on WA pedestrian paths. From Tuesday, WA... Read more
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9d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
WA transport chief vacancy in lead-up to election The WA Government needs to fill a critical transport role as it faces ongoing
WA transport chief vacancy in lead-up to election
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
The WA Government needs to fill a critical transport role as it faces ongoing scrutiny on the state's worsening congestion problem in the lead-up to the next state election. Key points: Reece... Read more
9d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
WA Main Roads managing director Steve Troughton resignssignificant community opposition to the development, particularly over concern
WA Main Roads managing director Steve Troughton resigns
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
significant community opposition to the development, particularly over concern it will damage the Beeliar Wetlands. The WA Government has already begun the search to fill Mr Waldock's position, but with Mr Troughton previously tipped as a... Read more
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WA Today
WA mental health court program to get $13 millionThe WA government has allocated $13.1 million over three years in the 2016/17 s
WA mental health court program to get $13 million
WA Today / Posted 10 days ago
The WA government has allocated $13.1 million over three years in the 2016/17 state budget for the Mental Health Court Diversion Program. Mental Health minister Andrea Mitchell said the program identified people whose criminal offending was... Read more
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Perth Now
Freight Link tunnel would ‘save lives’Matusik Property Insights, will be released by Transport Minister Dean Nalder t
Freight Link tunnel would ‘save lives’
Perth Now / Posted 11 days ago
Matusik Property Insights, will be released by Transport Minister Dean Nalder today as part of a pitch by the WA Government to convince the public the $1.9 billion Perth Freight Link is needed. The findings are backed by the Property... Read more
13d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Pastoral Lands Board chair quits over rangelands reformsChair of Pastoral Lands Board resigns over rangelands reforms in Western Austra
Pastoral Lands Board chair quits over rangelands reforms
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
Chair of Pastoral Lands Board resigns over rangelands reforms in Western Australia Photo: The WA Government says pastoralists will be able to diversify their activities more easily through a new rangelands lease. (Matt Brann) The head of the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
WA man charged over child sex assaulthappened through proper forensic processes. The events will have ramifications
WA man charged over child sex assault
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
happened through proper forensic processes. The events will have ramifications for the holiday care industry and the WA government is investigating. David Gribble, chief executive of Constable Care Child Safety Foundation, told AAP vacation... Read more
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News.com.au
WA man charged over child sex assaulthappened through proper forensic processes. The events will have ramifications
WA man charged over child sex assault
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
happened through proper forensic processes. The events will have ramifications for the holiday care industry and the WA government is investigating. David Gribble, chief executive of Constable Care Child Safety Foundation, told AAP vacation... Read more
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Perth Now
WA man charged over child sex assaulthappened through proper forensic processes. The events will have ramifications
WA man charged over child sex assault
Perth Now / Posted 13 days ago
happened through proper forensic processes. The events will have ramifications for the holiday care industry and the WA government is investigating. David Gribble, chief executive of Constable Care Child Safety Foundation, told AAP vacation... Read more
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Perth Now
Premier defends MP superannuation surgeit but there is a lot of work to be done before a decision can be made.” He sa
Premier defends MP superannuation surge
Perth Now / Posted 13 days ago
it but there is a lot of work to be done before a decision can be made.” He said any deal would only be sealed if the WA government was certain there would be no negative impact on consumers, adding privatisations on the east coast had pushed... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Timeline: Woodside's rough ride amid plunging oil priceoil prices. The move followed 320 job cuts the previous year.$1b Browse floatin
Timeline: Woodside's rough ride amid plunging oil price
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
oil prices. The move followed 320 job cuts the previous year.$1b Browse floating LNG agreement inkedJune 23, 2015 The WA Government signs a deal valued at $1 billion with Woodside to receive domestic gas supplies from the Browse floating LNG... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Topic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)a tarpaulin on a WA Fisheries boat has spread on social media, with people voic
Topic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 days ago
a tarpaulin on a WA Fisheries boat has spread on social media, with people voicing concern a dolphin has been hooked. The WA Government has set baited hooks off metropolitan and South West beaches after a spate of fatal attacks. Top... Read more
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Perth Now
Crime has worst impact in the bushStrange said the “lack of police throughout the Wheatbelt is a major issue”. A
Crime has worst impact in the bush
Perth Now / Posted 14 days ago
Strange said the “lack of police throughout the Wheatbelt is a major issue”. Acting Police Minister John Day said the WA Government would deliver 1050 extra police and auxiliary officers between 2008 and 2017, had boosted police numbers in the... Read more
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News.com.au
WA zoo offers haven to 'death row' koalasto see a koala, so would likely head to Queensland rather than visit the west.
WA zoo offers haven to 'death row' koalas
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
to see a koala, so would likely head to Queensland rather than visit the west. He believes his push is timely, with the WA government hoping tourism will overtake mining as the state's biggest employer. "It could just be tourism that becomes... Read more
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News.com.au
Speed cameras 'do not save lives'limit get pinged for speeding," Mr Tilbury told reporters. "The question we ar
Speed cameras 'do not save lives'
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
limit get pinged for speeding," Mr Tilbury told reporters. "The question we are asking the commissioner of police and WA government is why are they deploying cameras in locations that raise revenue, yes, but don't make a difference saving... Read more
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Perth Now
WA zoo offers haven to 'death row' koalasto see a koala, so would likely head to Queensland rather than visit the west.
WA zoo offers haven to 'death row' koalas
Perth Now / Posted 15 days ago
to see a koala, so would likely head to Queensland rather than visit the west. He believes his push is timely, with the WA government hoping tourism will overtake mining as the state's biggest employer. "It could just be tourism that becomes... Read more
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Perth Now
Speed cameras 'do not save lives'limit get pinged for speeding," Mr Tilbury told reporters. "The question we ar
Speed cameras 'do not save lives'
Perth Now / Posted 15 days ago
limit get pinged for speeding," Mr Tilbury told reporters. "The question we are asking the commissioner of police and WA government is why are they deploying cameras in locations that raise revenue, yes, but don't make a difference saving... Read more
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Perth Now
WA zoo offers haven to ‘death row’ koalasto see a koala, so would likely head to Queensland rather than visit the west.
WA zoo offers haven to ‘death row’ koalas
Perth Now / Posted 15 days ago
to see a koala, so would likely head to Queensland rather than visit the west. He believes his push is timely, with the WA government hoping tourism will overtake mining as the state’s biggest employer. “It could just be tourism that becomes... Read more
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The Courier Mail
WA zoo offers haven to 'death row' koalasto see a koala, so would likely head to Queensland rather than visit the west.
WA zoo offers haven to 'death row' koalas
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 days ago
to see a koala, so would likely head to Queensland rather than visit the west. He believes his push is timely, with the WA government hoping tourism will overtake mining as the state's biggest employer. "It could just be tourism that becomes... Read more
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Adelaide Now
WA zoo offers haven to 'death row' koalasto see a koala, so would likely head to Queensland rather than visit the west.
WA zoo offers haven to 'death row' koalas
Adelaide Now / Posted 15 days ago
to see a koala, so would likely head to Queensland rather than visit the west. He believes his push is timely, with the WA government hoping tourism will overtake mining as the state's biggest employer. "It could just be tourism that becomes... Read more
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Herald Sun
WA zoo offers haven to 'death row' koalasto see a koala, so would likely head to Queensland rather than visit the west.
WA zoo offers haven to 'death row' koalas
Herald Sun / Posted 15 days ago
to see a koala, so would likely head to Queensland rather than visit the west. He believes his push is timely, with the WA government hoping tourism will overtake mining as the state's biggest employer. "It could just be tourism that becomes... Read more
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Weekly Times
WA zoo offers haven to 'death row' koalasto see a koala, so would likely head to Queensland rather than visit the west.
WA zoo offers haven to 'death row' koalas
Weekly Times / Posted 15 days ago
to see a koala, so would likely head to Queensland rather than visit the west. He believes his push is timely, with the WA government hoping tourism will overtake mining as the state's biggest employer. "It could just be tourism that becomes... Read more
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Perth Now
WA Labor would move departments to regionsLabour leader Mark McGowan addresses the media this week. SOME WA government d
WA Labor would move departments to regions
Perth Now / Posted 16 days ago
Labour leader Mark McGowan addresses the media this week. SOME WA government departments could be moved to regional areas up to four hours’ drive from Perth if Labor wins the next state election. Spruiking Labor’s vision for the creation of... Read more
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Perth Now
Tourism boss slams $20m funding cutsTransport Forum chief executive Margy Osmond says tourism funding is being cut
Tourism boss slams $20m funding cuts
Perth Now / Posted 16 days ago
Transport Forum chief executive Margy Osmond says tourism funding is being cut at a time when it should be increased. THE WA government is making a mistake cutting tourism funding by more than $20 million at a time when it should be boosted to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
WA Government dismisses report prioritising Kwinana outer harbourPerth Freight Link: The WA Government has dismissed a report which suggests t
WA Government dismisses report prioritising Kwinana outer harbour
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 days ago
Perth Freight Link: The WA Government has dismissed a report which suggests the state's economy would be held back without the outer harbour being developed at Kwinana. Key... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
WA Government seeks candidates for Roe 8 rethinkGovernment should not sign contracts before the election, as to do so may pose
WA Government seeks candidates for Roe 8 rethink
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 18 days ago
Government should not sign contracts before the election, as to do so may pose a risk to taxpayers. She has called on the WA Government to instead start planning roads to a prospective second port. Mr Jacob said the reassessment could be done... Read more
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The Courier
The WA shark talepulled out of the water by two men. September 11, 2014: The Environmental Prot
The WA shark tale
The Courier / Posted 18 days ago
pulled out of the water by two men. September 11, 2014: The Environmental Protection Authority recommended against the WA government implementing its shark kill zones for the next three summers and Premier Colin Barnett ruled out using drum... Read more
19d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Taxi industry's pre-Christmas warning on Uberthe Minister's electorate office decorated with signs showing the mortgages eac
Taxi industry's pre-Christmas warning on Uber
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
the Minister's electorate office decorated with signs showing the mortgages each family owes to finance their cab. The WA Government plans to legalise ride-sharing services like Uber next year, a move cab drivers say will devastate their... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
Woman poisons rival over GHC 5her falsely and embarrassing her in public and true to her word, she carried ou
Woman poisons rival over GHC 5
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 19 days ago
her falsely and embarrassing her in public and true to her word, she carried out her threat. The victim was rushed to the Wa Government hospital after she complained of severe stomach ache where it was established that she had been... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Amnesty accuses Scullion of false claims over deaths in custody 'progress'peoples." The royal commission examined the deaths of 99 Indigenous people who
Amnesty accuses Scullion of false claims over deaths in custody 'progress'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 days ago
peoples." The royal commission examined the deaths of 99 Indigenous people who died in custody between 1980 and 1989.WA Government resists justice targets In Western Australia, where one third of the deaths investigated occurred, Aboriginal... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
WA swimmer crab fishery to get sustainable status in world firstor whether it be from a lifestyle perspective or both. We understand we need to
WA swimmer crab fishery to get sustainable status in world first
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 days ago
or whether it be from a lifestyle perspective or both. We understand we need to be in this together," he said. The WA Government is investing $14.5 million in pre-assessments for MSC certification for about 50 commercial fisheries. The... Read more
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Herald Sun
WA govt to watch John Holland like a hawkof the Perth Children's Hospital. Mr Nahan said the building giant had mismana
WA govt to watch John Holland like a hawk
Herald Sun / Posted 20 days ago
of the Perth Children's Hospital. Mr Nahan said the building giant had mismanaged the hospital project and that the WA government would be watching them "like a hawk" for the remainder of the build, as the auditor general finishes a report... Read more
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News.com.au
WA govt to watch John Holland like a hawkof the Perth Children's Hospital. Mr Nahan said the building giant had mismana
WA govt to watch John Holland like a hawk
News.com.au / Posted 20 days ago
of the Perth Children's Hospital. Mr Nahan said the building giant had mismanaged the hospital project and that the WA government would be watching them "like a hawk" for the remainder of the build, as the auditor general finishes a report... Read more
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Perth Now
WA govt to watch John Holland like a hawkof the Perth Children's Hospital. Mr Nahan said the building giant had mismana
WA govt to watch John Holland like a hawk
Perth Now / Posted 20 days ago
of the Perth Children's Hospital. Mr Nahan said the building giant had mismanaged the hospital project and that the WA government would be watching them "like a hawk" for the remainder of the build, as the auditor general finishes a report... Read more
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WA Today
WA government to watch John Holland 'like a hawk'of the Perth Children's Hospital. Mr Nahan said the building giant had mismana
WA government to watch John Holland 'like a hawk'
WA Today / Posted 20 days ago
of the Perth Children's Hospital. Mr Nahan said the building giant had mismanaged the hospital project and that the WA government would be watching them "like a hawk" for the remainder of the build, as the auditor general finishes a report... Read more
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20d
Adelaide Now
WA govt to watch John Holland like a hawkof the Perth Children's Hospital. Mr Nahan said the building giant had mismana
WA govt to watch John Holland like a hawk
Adelaide Now / Posted 20 days ago
of the Perth Children's Hospital. Mr Nahan said the building giant had mismanaged the hospital project and that the WA government would be watching them "like a hawk" for the remainder of the build, as the auditor general finishes a report... Read more
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The Courier Mail
WA govt to watch John Holland like a hawkof the Perth Children's Hospital. Mr Nahan said the building giant had mismana
WA govt to watch John Holland like a hawk
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 days ago
of the Perth Children's Hospital. Mr Nahan said the building giant had mismanaged the hospital project and that the WA government would be watching them "like a hawk" for the remainder of the build, as the auditor general finishes a report... Read more
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