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Toowoomba Chronicle
These gardens just get better year after yearROSS McKinnon can barely believe the changes that have taken place since he fir
These gardens just get better year after year
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 hours ago
ROSS McKinnon can barely believe the changes that have taken place since he first judged The Chronicle Garden Competition 40 years ago. Mr McKinnon has been busy touring the finest gardens in the Toowoomba area in his 13th effort as judge of the... Read more
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Queensland Times
These gardens just get better year after yearROSS McKinnon can barely believe the changes that have taken place since he fir
These gardens just get better year after year
Queensland Times / Posted 9 hours ago
ROSS McKinnon can barely believe the changes that have taken place since he first judged The Chronicle Garden Competition 40 years ago. Mr McKinnon has been busy touring the finest gardens in the Toowoomba area in his 13th effort as judge of the... Read more
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Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Far-away hurricanes continue to bring storm, surf threatsHot, humid weather with the chance of heavy showers continues Friday and could
Far-away hurricanes continue to bring storm, surf threats
Honolulu Star-Advertiser / Posted 12 hours ago
Hot, humid weather with the chance of heavy showers continues Friday and could extend into next week as Hurricane Jimena continues on a path to pass north of the main Hawaiian islands and Hurricane Ignacio moves away. A flash flood watch remains in... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
Coyote attacks dog, stalks hiker in HopkintonHOPKINTON, R.I. (AP) - A coyote attacked a leashed dog and then stalked the dog
Coyote attacks dog, stalks hiker in Hopkinton
ABC 6 Providence / Posted 13 hours ago
HOPKINTON, R.I. (AP) - A coyote attacked a leashed dog and then stalked the dog's owner in Hopkinton. The Westerly Sun reports (http://bit.ly/1NeU68P ) that Joellen Ruisi of Westerly was with her dog, Mama Grace, when she heard a rustling and saw... Read more
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NBC 10 Providence
Coyote attacks dog, stalks hiker in HopkintonA coyote attacked a leashed dog and then stalked the dog's owner in Hopkinton.
Coyote attacks dog, stalks hiker in Hopkinton
NBC 10 Providence / Posted 15 hours ago
A coyote attacked a leashed dog and then stalked the dog's owner in Hopkinton. The Westerly Sun reported that Joellen Ruisi of Westerly was with her dog, Mama Grace, when she heard a rustling and saw the coyote. Ruisi said she was worried it had... Read more
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iol.co.za
Spring gives Gauteng a missJohannesburg - Spring has sprung out the window, and Gauteng residents are prep
Spring gives Gauteng a miss
iol.co.za / Posted 16 hours ago
Johannesburg - Spring has sprung out the window, and Gauteng residents are preparing themselves for a cold weekend. Bad weather has moved into the province, bringing with it rain. According to the South African Weather Service, the cold snap is... Read more
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norwichadvertiser24
Beccles ASC make light work of conditionsAn aerial view of racing at Beccles. Photo: KAREN LANGSTON Friday, September 4
Beccles ASC make light work of conditions
norwichadvertiser24 / Posted 17 hours ago
An aerial view of racing at Beccles. Photo: KAREN LANGSTON Friday, September 4, 2015 With the recent rain, the light south westerly breeze favoured the faster handicap boats beating against a heavy ebbing... Read more
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SUR in English
Hottest August on record. Surinenglish.comThermometers registered high temperatures throughout August. :: SUR The first
Hottest August on record. Surinenglish.com
SUR in English / Posted 17 hours ago
Thermometers registered high temperatures throughout August. :: SUR The first 13 days of August were formidable as far as the weather was concerned. Although the second half of the month saw temperatures go down considerably, thanks to a terral... Read more
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Times of Malta
Maltese cyclist raises €7000 of €10,000 targetFifty year old Hilary Galea Lauri is currently in the UK attempting to cover a
Maltese cyclist raises €7000 of €10,000 target
Times of Malta / Posted 18 hours ago
Fifty year old Hilary Galea Lauri is currently in the UK attempting to cover a 1,600km bike ride in aid of Inspire. Mr Galea embarked on his challenge on from Land’s End in the farthest south-westerly point of Great Britain and is now in Wales. The... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Country set for wintry blast this weekendKiwis can expect a weekend of cold temperatures, strong winds and rain, as a fr
Country set for wintry blast this weekend
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
Kiwis can expect a weekend of cold temperatures, strong winds and rain, as a front makes its way slowly up the country. MetService meteorologist Karl Loots said the whole country was going to be hit by a wintry blast this weekend. "For the weekend... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
NIWA Outlook: September-November 2015Friday, 4 September 2015, 3:59 pmPress Release: NIWA Overview Strong El Niño c
NIWA Outlook: September-November 2015
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
Friday, 4 September 2015, 3:59 pmPress Release: NIWA Overview Strong El Niño conditions are present in the tropical Pacific ocean. Sea surface temperature anomalies in the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Big winds don’t stop anglers heading over the barFREEDOM FISHING SUPPLIES THE days have certainly been cooler but with a north-
Big winds don’t stop anglers heading over the bar
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
FREEDOM FISHING SUPPLIES THE days have certainly been cooler but with a north-westerly change coming through they'll heat up, as will the water temperature. The Wide Bay Bar was popular over the weekend even with the threat of big winds. Die hard... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
FISHING TAILS: Barra starting to appear in better numbersHOW good was the Yeppoon Coast Guard's Tight Lines comp? The only downside was
FISHING TAILS: Barra starting to appear in better numbers
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
HOW good was the Yeppoon Coast Guard's Tight Lines comp? The only downside was a lack of numbers. I don't understand why, when we all rely on their services, one way or another. We did a bit of everything and scored some great fish without having... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Fiery car crash shows drivers aren't getting the messagePOLICE are concerned that some drivers in the Toowoomba region aren't getting t
Fiery car crash shows drivers aren't getting the message
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
POLICE are concerned that some drivers in the Toowoomba region aren't getting the message when it comes to road safety. The issue was raised after a major accident south of Toowoomba when a man nearly died. Not long after 9.30pm on Wednesday police... Read more
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Queensland Times
Fiery car crash shows drivers aren't getting the messagePOLICE are concerned that some drivers in the Toowoomba region aren't getting t
Fiery car crash shows drivers aren't getting the message
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
POLICE are concerned that some drivers in the Toowoomba region aren't getting the message when it comes to road safety. The issue was raised after a major accident south of Toowoomba when a man nearly died. Not long after 9.30pm on Wednesday police... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
FISHING TAILS: Barra starting to appear in better numbersHOW good was the Yeppoon Coast Guard's Tight Lines comp? The only downside was
FISHING TAILS: Barra starting to appear in better numbers
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
HOW good was the Yeppoon Coast Guard's Tight Lines comp? The only downside was a lack of numbers. I don't understand why, when we all rely on their services, one way or another. We did a bit of everything and scored some great fish without having... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
FISHING TAILS: Barra starting to appear in better numbersHOW good was the Yeppoon Coast Guard's Tight Lines comp? The only downside was
FISHING TAILS: Barra starting to appear in better numbers
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
HOW good was the Yeppoon Coast Guard's Tight Lines comp? The only downside was a lack of numbers. I don't understand why, when we all rely on their services, one way or another. We did a bit of everything and scored some great fish without having... Read more
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News Mail
FISHING TAILS: Barra starting to appear in better numbersHOW good was the Yeppoon Coast Guard's Tight Lines comp? The only downside was
FISHING TAILS: Barra starting to appear in better numbers
News Mail / Posted yesterday
HOW good was the Yeppoon Coast Guard's Tight Lines comp? The only downside was a lack of numbers. I don't understand why, when we all rely on their services, one way or another. We did a bit of everything and scored some great fish without having... Read more
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PhysOrg
NASA shows upper-level westerly winds affecting Tropical Storm FredNASA's Aqua satellite captured this infrared look at Fred on Sept.2 at 1505 UTC
NASA shows upper-level westerly winds affecting Tropical Storm Fred
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
NASA's Aqua satellite captured this infrared look at Fred on Sept.2 at 1505 UTC (11:05 a.m. EDT). Westerly wind shear was pushing the thunderstorms to the east-southeast of the low-level center. Credit: NASA JPL, Ed Olsen Upper-level westerly winds... Read more
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News Mail
Big winds don’t stop anglers heading over the barFREEDOM FISHING SUPPLIES THE days have certainly been cooler but with a north-
Big winds don’t stop anglers heading over the bar
News Mail / Posted yesterday
FREEDOM FISHING SUPPLIES THE days have certainly been cooler but with a north-westerly change coming through they'll heat up, as will the water temperature. The Wide Bay Bar was popular over the weekend even with the threat of big winds. Die hard... Read more
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News Mail
Wind whips across the regionTHE wind gods turned it up a notch over the past few days with the Bundaberg re
Wind whips across the region
News Mail / Posted yesterday
THE wind gods turned it up a notch over the past few days with the Bundaberg region experiencing gusty weather that would send Dorothy flying all the way back to Kansas. Weatherzone meteorologist Tristan Meyers said blowy conditions were caused by a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra mornings: your daily news, sport, weather and traffic snapshotOwen Flats resident Laurel Dakin feeds the magpies outside her public housing f
Canberra mornings: your daily news, sport, weather and traffic snapshot
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Owen Flats resident Laurel Dakin feeds the magpies outside her public housing flat. Photo: Rohan Thomson Demolition of sections of the Northbourne Avenue public housing precinct could begin before the end of the year, after the ACT government backed... Read more
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walesonline
Finally some sunshine! Autumn weather looks brighter than summer this yearAutumn could be the new summer as weather experts predict a dry and settled wee
Finally some sunshine! Autumn weather looks brighter than summer this year
walesonline / Posted yesterday
Autumn could be the new summer as weather experts predict a dry and settled week next week with temperatures reaching up to 20 degrees. After particularly wet summer months, September got off to a wet start with persistent rain and heavy showers in... Read more
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Queensland Times
Why did thousands of fish wash up on beach at Buddina?THE mystery surrounding the "thousands" of small fish that beached themselves a
Why did thousands of fish wash up on beach at Buddina?
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
THE mystery surrounding the "thousands" of small fish that beached themselves at Buddina remains just that. They were gone in less than 24 hours. The Environment and Heritage Department, the Queensland Museum and an astronomer who knows about tides... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Why did thousands of fish wash up on beach at Buddina?THE mystery surrounding the "thousands" of small fish that beached themselves a
Why did thousands of fish wash up on beach at Buddina?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
THE mystery surrounding the "thousands" of small fish that beached themselves at Buddina remains just that. They were gone in less than 24 hours. The Environment and Heritage Department, the Queensland Museum and an astronomer who knows about tides... Read more
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News Mail
Why did thousands of fish wash up on beach at Buddina?THE mystery surrounding the "thousands" of small fish that beached themselves a
Why did thousands of fish wash up on beach at Buddina?
News Mail / Posted yesterday
THE mystery surrounding the "thousands" of small fish that beached themselves at Buddina remains just that. They were gone in less than 24 hours. The Environment and Heritage Department, the Queensland Museum and an astronomer who knows about tides... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Why did thousands of fish wash up on beach at Buddina?THE mystery surrounding the "thousands" of small fish that beached themselves a
Why did thousands of fish wash up on beach at Buddina?
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
THE mystery surrounding the "thousands" of small fish that beached themselves at Buddina remains just that. They were gone in less than 24 hours. The Environment and Heritage Department, the Queensland Museum and an astronomer who knows about tides... Read more
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Northern Star
Why did thousands of fish wash up on beach at Buddina?THE mystery surrounding the "thousands" of small fish that beached themselves a
Why did thousands of fish wash up on beach at Buddina?
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
THE mystery surrounding the "thousands" of small fish that beached themselves at Buddina remains just that. They were gone in less than 24 hours. The Environment and Heritage Department, the Queensland Museum and an astronomer who knows about tides... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Why did thousands of fish wash up on beach at Buddina?THE mystery surrounding the "thousands" of small fish that beached themselves a
Why did thousands of fish wash up on beach at Buddina?
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
THE mystery surrounding the "thousands" of small fish that beached themselves at Buddina remains just that. They were gone in less than 24 hours. The Environment and Heritage Department, the Queensland Museum and an astronomer who knows about tides... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Why did thousands of fish wash up on beach at Buddina?THE mystery surrounding the "thousands" of small fish that beached themselves a
Why did thousands of fish wash up on beach at Buddina?
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
THE mystery surrounding the "thousands" of small fish that beached themselves at Buddina remains just that. They were gone in less than 24 hours. The Environment and Heritage Department, the Queensland Museum and an astronomer who knows about tides... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
The foul smell of N.J. industry besets us againRest easy, Staten Islanders. Government has deployed its crack investigators to
The foul smell of N.J. industry besets us again
Staten Island Advance / Posted yesterday
Rest easy, Staten Islanders. Government has deployed its crack investigators to look into the mysterious noxious odor that wafted over the northern half of the borough Friday morning and they've come to their determination. They can't say what it... Read more
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PhysOrg
Ocean upwelling and increasing windsAs the southern westerly winds drive the Antarctic circumpolar current around A
Ocean upwelling and increasing winds
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
As the southern westerly winds drive the Antarctic circumpolar current around Antarctica, deep waters are forced up to the surface south of the polar front. Changes in the intensity with which this relatively warm, nutrient and CO2-enriched... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Heavy Rains Seen As El Nino Looms LargeThe Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) has warned of possible heavy rains in
Heavy Rains Seen As El Nino Looms Large
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
The Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) has warned of possible heavy rains in the coming months in many parts of the country due to the anticipated El Nino phenomenon effect. There is increasing warming over the Equatorial Pacific Ocean, which is... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Winter's last blast? Thursday, 3 September 2015, 2:29 pmPress Release: MetService - Thursday, 3 Se
Winter's last blast?
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 days ago
Thursday, 3 September 2015, 2:29 pmPress Release: MetService - Thursday, 3 September 2015 2:09 p.m.Thursday, 03 Sep 2015 This weekend New Zealand will get what may be one last taste of... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Fire warning issued as a high of of 32 degrees expectedRURAL Fire Service Queensland (RFSQ) is urging residents in the Central Highlan
Fire warning issued as a high of of 32 degrees expected
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
RURAL Fire Service Queensland (RFSQ) is urging residents in the Central Highlands and Coalfields areas to be vigilant with heightened fire conditions predicted today. RFSQ Operations Gary McCormack acting director said firefighters were prepared for... Read more
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Queensland Times
Fire warning issued as a high of of 32 degrees expectedRURAL Fire Service Queensland (RFSQ) is urging residents in the Central Highlan
Fire warning issued as a high of of 32 degrees expected
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
RURAL Fire Service Queensland (RFSQ) is urging residents in the Central Highlands and Coalfields areas to be vigilant with heightened fire conditions predicted today. RFSQ Operations Gary McCormack acting director said firefighters were prepared for... Read more
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News Mail
Fire warning issued as a high of of 32 degrees expectedRURAL Fire Service Queensland (RFSQ) is urging residents in the Central Highlan
Fire warning issued as a high of of 32 degrees expected
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
RURAL Fire Service Queensland (RFSQ) is urging residents in the Central Highlands and Coalfields areas to be vigilant with heightened fire conditions predicted today. RFSQ Operations Gary McCormack acting director said firefighters were prepared for... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Fire warning issued as a high of of 32 degrees expectedRURAL Fire Service Queensland (RFSQ) is urging residents in the Central Highlan
Fire warning issued as a high of of 32 degrees expected
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
RURAL Fire Service Queensland (RFSQ) is urging residents in the Central Highlands and Coalfields areas to be vigilant with heightened fire conditions predicted today. RFSQ Operations Gary McCormack acting director said firefighters were prepared for... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Fire warning issued as a high of of 32 degrees expectedRURAL Fire Service Queensland (RFSQ) is urging residents in the Central Highlan
Fire warning issued as a high of of 32 degrees expected
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
RURAL Fire Service Queensland (RFSQ) is urging residents in the Central Highlands and Coalfields areas to be vigilant with heightened fire conditions predicted today. RFSQ Operations Gary McCormack acting director said firefighters were prepared for... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Public sculpture unveiledFor almost 30 years, Grant Berg has been living a double life. For a number of
Public sculpture unveiled
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
For almost 30 years, Grant Berg has been living a double life. For a number of years the general manger of a local radio station has been moonlighting in Grande Prairie's art world. While Berg's art sits in the homes of many art collectors and... Read more
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Northern Star
Tweed fireys face a busy start to fire seasonWEDNESDAY night's rainfall wasn't enough to extinguish a bushfire between Chill
Tweed fireys face a busy start to fire season
Northern Star / Posted 2 days ago
WEDNESDAY night's rainfall wasn't enough to extinguish a bushfire between Chillingham and Eungella, according to the Rural Fire Service. Tweed RFS Superintendent David Cook said volunteers had been fighting the blaze since Monday. Supt Cook said... Read more
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Providence Business News
Two R.I.ers make it to Barron’s top adviser listPROVIDENCE – Two Rhode Island independent financial advisers are among the top
Two R.I.ers make it to Barron’s top adviser list
Providence Business News / Posted 2 days ago
PROVIDENCE – Two Rhode Island independent financial advisers are among the top 100 in the nation, according to a yearly ranking put out by Barron’s. The weekly newspaper, owned by Dow Jones & Co., named Malcolm A. Makin of Westerly-based... Read more
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Weekly Times
Long, hot bushfire season ahead in Victoria, authorities warnEXPECT a long, hot, dry summer. That was the message from the Victorian Govern
Long, hot bushfire season ahead in Victoria, authorities warn
Weekly Times / Posted 2 days ago
EXPECT a long, hot, dry summer. That was the message from the Victorian Government following the latest forecast. Emergency Management Commissioner Craig Lapsley said an above normal fire season had been forecast for Victoria. “The term above... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
polar plume means icy conditions this weekendFigures for last month show south-east and central south England had almost dou
polar plume means icy conditions this weekend
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Figures for last month show south-east and central south England had almost double the normal amount of rain in August, with 113.9mm recorded, according to the Met Office. South West England and Wales had around 70 per cent more rain than average,... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Mesmerizing: Pelagic Red Crabs at San MiguelMany a Californian regularly heads out to Channel Islands National Park to enjo
Mesmerizing: Pelagic Red Crabs at San Miguel
NBC Bay Area / Posted 2 days ago
Many a Californian regularly heads out to Channel Islands National Park to enjoy some fine weather, savor a quiet beach, watch the sea birds, and admire a nearly unchanged landscape of soft hills and chaparral and sand and oak. Sometimes, though,... Read more
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Northern Star
Weather: It's a lousy time to be a sheep at TenterfieldIT'S not that it's snowing on the Northern Tablelands anymore, but, still, life
Weather: It's a lousy time to be a sheep at Tenterfield
Northern Star / Posted 2 days ago
IT'S not that it's snowing on the Northern Tablelands anymore, but, still, life's pretty rough this week if you happen to be a sheep. The Bureau of Meteorology has this morning issued a weather warning to graziers on the tablelands, saying a... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Weather: It's a lousy time to be a sheep at TenterfieldIT'S not that it's snowing on the Northern Tablelands anymore, but, still, life
Weather: It's a lousy time to be a sheep at Tenterfield
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
IT'S not that it's snowing on the Northern Tablelands anymore, but, still, life's pretty rough this week if you happen to be a sheep. The Bureau of Meteorology has this morning issued a weather warning to graziers on the tablelands, saying a... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Weather: It's a lousy time to be a sheep at TenterfieldIT'S not that it's snowing on the Northern Tablelands anymore, but, still, life
Weather: It's a lousy time to be a sheep at Tenterfield
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
IT'S not that it's snowing on the Northern Tablelands anymore, but, still, life's pretty rough this week if you happen to be a sheep. The Bureau of Meteorology has this morning issued a weather warning to graziers on the tablelands, saying a... Read more
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Queensland Times
Weather: It's a lousy time to be a sheep at TenterfieldIT'S not that it's snowing on the Northern Tablelands anymore, but, still, life
Weather: It's a lousy time to be a sheep at Tenterfield
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
IT'S not that it's snowing on the Northern Tablelands anymore, but, still, life's pretty rough this week if you happen to be a sheep. The Bureau of Meteorology has this morning issued a weather warning to graziers on the tablelands, saying a... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Weather: It's a lousy time to be a sheep at TenterfieldIT'S not that it's snowing on the Northern Tablelands anymore, but, still, life
Weather: It's a lousy time to be a sheep at Tenterfield
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
IT'S not that it's snowing on the Northern Tablelands anymore, but, still, life's pretty rough this week if you happen to be a sheep. The Bureau of Meteorology has this morning issued a weather warning to graziers on the tablelands, saying a... Read more
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