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The Courier
Weekend in sportDivision one bowls - Corey Fothergill (Ballarat). Division one bowls - Central
Weekend in sport
The Courier / Posted 45 minutes ago
Division one bowls - Corey Fothergill (Ballarat). Division one bowls - Central Wendouree. Division one bowls - Brian Mahony (Central Wendouree). Division one bowls - Brian Mahony (Central Wendouree). Division one bowls - Ian Forbes (Central... Read more
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Salon.com
“I love muscular black guys like you”: A former Forever 21 employee is suing for racial discriminationA Forever 21 store in Brooklyn is facing discrimination charges from a former e
“I love muscular black guys like you”: A former Forever 21 employee is suing for racial discrimination
Salon.com / Posted 11 hours ago
A Forever 21 store in Brooklyn is facing discrimination charges from a former employee. Mickael Louis is suing the clothing store for harassment. He says he got comments like “I love muscular black guys like you” while at work. This isn’t the first... Read more
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Times of Malta
Scottish Greens toast election campaign with craft beerThe Scottish Greens have unveiled a new election weapon - their own brand of cr
Scottish Greens toast election campaign with craft beer
Times of Malta / Posted 14 hours ago
The Scottish Greens have unveiled a new election weapon - their own brand of craft beer. Harvie's Hoptimistic is named in honour of co-convener Patrick, who said it reflects the party's positive attitude going into May's vote. Launching the beer at... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Scottish Greens unveil their own brand of craft beerThe Scottish Greens have unveiled a new election weapon - their own brand of cr
Scottish Greens unveil their own brand of craft beer
EveningTimes Online / Posted 17 hours ago
The Scottish Greens have unveiled a new election weapon - their own brand of craft beer. Harvie's Hoptimistic is named in honour of co-convener Patrick, who said it reflects the party's positive attitude going into May's vote. Launching the beer at... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scottish Greens toast election campaign with own brand of craft beerReal ale fan Mr Harvie, whose head and spectacles outline graces the bottle's g
Scottish Greens toast election campaign with own brand of craft beer
heraldscotland / Posted 17 hours ago
Real ale fan Mr Harvie, whose head and spectacles outline graces the bottle's green label, is hoping to be elected constituency MSP for Glasgow Kelvin at this year's Holyrood elections. He said: "It's great to know that our hard-working activists... Read more
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The Hindu
Neeraja, the label by Neeraja Raman Kutty feature designer office wear for womenNeeraja Raman Kutty launches her label, Neeraja, today Finding the right cloth
Neeraja, the label by Neeraja Raman Kutty feature designer office wear for women
The Hindu / Posted 18 hours ago
Neeraja Raman Kutty launches her label, Neeraja, today Finding the right clothes to wear to work is a tiring and time consuming task for most women. Young fashion designer Neeraja Raman Kutty is familiar with that dilemma that every working women... Read more
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Evening Standard
7 power buys for spring to update your wardrobeOversized buttons? Pah, that’s old news. Ribbons and bows are the way to fasten
7 power buys for spring to update your wardrobe
Evening Standard / Posted 20 hours ago
Oversized buttons? Pah, that’s old news. Ribbons and bows are the way to fasten your clothes now. Proenza Schouler and Kenzo wrapped up dresses like pretty parcels on the catwalk. Modern minimalists will enjoy this flourish of femininity. The quick... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Agony of IDPs in BauchiBauchi — Life will never be the same again for thirty-five year old Lydia Harun
Agony of IDPs in Bauchi
AllAfrica.com / Posted 23 hours ago
Bauchi — Life will never be the same again for thirty-five year old Lydia Haruna who lost three family members when an insurgent group launched an attack and burnt down their community in September 2014. Haruna, a mother of seven who hails from Musa... Read more
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Quartz
All you need to know about fashion is Kanye West - Quartz Sign of the times To kick off New York Fashion Week, Kanye West is
All you need to know about fashion is Kanye West
Quartz / Posted yesterday
- Quartz Sign of the times To kick off New York Fashion Week, Kanye West is launching a new fashion collection and dropping a new album today(Feb. 11).... Read more
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The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Zinda takes on new name, competitive spiritZinda recently competed at Dhamaal, a competition in Detroit that included eigh
Zinda takes on new name, competitive spirit
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter / Posted yesterday
Zinda recently competed at Dhamaal, a competition in Detroit that included eight different groups. This past weekend, the newly re-branded Bollywood dance team Zinda travelled to Detroit to attend their first competitive dance competition. Formerly... Read more
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Billboard
Zara Zooms With MNEK on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Chart"Never Forget You" hits the top 10. Plus, dance chart moves for Adele and David
Zara Zooms With MNEK on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Chart
Billboard / Posted yesterday
"Never Forget You" hits the top 10. Plus, dance chart moves for Adele and David Guetta. Zara Larsson and MNEK zip into the top 10 of Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Feb. 20) with "Never Forget You" (12-9). The first chart hit for... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Dubbo cyclists geared up for upcoming challengesDUBBO Cycle Club riders had their final competitive hit-out on Tuesday night, a
Dubbo cyclists geared up for upcoming challenges
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
DUBBO Cycle Club riders had their final competitive hit-out on Tuesday night, ahead of this weekend's NSW U9-13 State Championships and senior Dubbo Open track carnival to be held at Victoria Park's No. 1 Oval. DUBBO Cycle Club riders had their... Read more
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The Atlantic
Is This the End for Fashion Week?New York Fashion Week officially starts on Thursday, but the hottest show of th
Is This the End for Fashion Week?
The Atlantic / Posted yesterday
New York Fashion Week officially starts on Thursday, but the hottest show of the season happened the night before, when Hedi Slimane presented his fall menswear collection for Saint Laurent Paris at the Hollywood Palladium, 2,500 miles from... Read more
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metro
Channel 4 'board up' The Jump set in the wake of all the show's injuriesSeven contestants have been injured on The Jump this year (Picture: Channel 4)
Channel 4 'board up' The Jump set in the wake of all the show's injuries
metro / Posted yesterday
Seven contestants have been injured on The Jump this year (Picture: Channel 4) The set of Channel 4 show The Jump has been ‘boarded up’, and is undergoing changes, in a bid to prevent more of the celebrity contestants from being injured. It comes... Read more
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Slate
We Transcribed Every Single One of Kanye West’s “Rants” From the Yeezus Tour, for PosterityArts, entertainment, and more. The Gospel According to YeezusThe complete “ran
We Transcribed Every Single One of Kanye West’s “Rants” From the Yeezus Tour, for Posterity
Slate / Posted yesterday
Arts, entertainment, and more. The Gospel According to YeezusThe complete “rants” of Kanye West’s 2013 tour. In the year of our Lord 2013, Kanye West set out on a tour in support of his new album, Yeezus. Before he revealed the album, the famously... Read more
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Farming Life
Good entry as league series gets underwayA bumper crowd of competitors travelled to Ecclesville Centre at Fintona for we
Good entry as league series gets underway
Farming Life / Posted yesterday
A bumper crowd of competitors travelled to Ecclesville Centre at Fintona for week one of the first of the showjumping leagues planned for 2016. This Showjumping League, which is part of the new Super League, will continue for the next four Friday... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Plight of garment workers under scrutinyOutside a clothing factory in Calafat in southern Romanian early one morning, h
Plight of garment workers under scrutiny
Otago Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
Outside a clothing factory in Calafat in southern Romanian early one morning, hundreds of workers crowd around makeshift stalls to stock up on snacks and drinks for their shift. The Italian-owned knitwear factory, Maglierie Cristian Impex, is the... Read more
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Yahoo News
We went to Banana Republic to see why it has turned into Gap's worst nightmare (Business Insider/Mallory Schlossberg) Gap Inc. is floundering, and Banana R
We went to Banana Republic to see why it has turned into Gap's worst nightmare
Yahoo News / Posted 2 days ago
(Business Insider/Mallory Schlossberg) Gap Inc. is floundering, and Banana Republic is one of its biggest problems. Banana Republic's comparable sales, or sales at... Read more
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Herald Sun
Karise Eden on her bikini shootKARISE Eden has made her career more comfortable by downsizing to intimate venu
Karise Eden on her bikini shoot
Herald Sun / Posted 2 days ago
KARISE Eden has made her career more comfortable by downsizing to intimate venues. And that’s not the only thing she’s downsized. Here she talks about airbrushing, dreaming the name of her son Blayden and why she wanted to give up singing after... Read more
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Business Insider
We went to Banana Republic to see why it has turned into Gap's worst nightmareBanana Republic's comparable sales declined 17% for the month of January, versu
We went to Banana Republic to see why it has turned into Gap's worst nightmare
Business Insider / Posted 2 days ago
Banana Republic's comparable sales declined 17% for the month of January, versus a 2% increase this time last year. For the fourth quarter as a whole, Banana Republic's comparable sales dipped a staggering 14%, versus a 1% increase last year. Sales... Read more
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News.com.au
Karise Eden on her bikini shootKarise Eden, winner of The Voice, wows the crowd this morning at Whitford City
Karise Eden on her bikini shoot
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
Karise Eden, winner of The Voice, wows the crowd this morning at Whitford City shopping centre. Karise Eden on stage at Bluesfest 2013 in Byron Bay. Picture: Matt Roberts / Getty Images KARISE Eden has made her career more comfortable by downsizing... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Karise Eden on her bikini shootKarise Eden on Woman’s Day bikini shoot and her Australia tour | DailyTelegraph
Karise Eden on her bikini shoot
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Karise Eden on Woman’s Day bikini shoot and her Australia tour | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website KARISE Eden has made her career more comfortable by... Read more
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Marie Claire
Culottes: 32 Cool Styles To Try NowCulottes: The Marie Claire Edit Culottes are back, and there's nothing boring
Culottes: 32 Cool Styles To Try Now
Marie Claire / Posted 2 days ago
Culottes: The Marie Claire Edit Culottes are back, and there's nothing boring about this season's styles. From bold prints to sleek silk options and frayed denim - there's a style guaranteed to suit any sartorial preference and budget. As ever,... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Karise Eden on her bikini shootKARISE Eden has made her career more comfortable by downsizing to intimate venu
Karise Eden on her bikini shoot
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
KARISE Eden has made her career more comfortable by downsizing to intimate venues. And that’s not the only thing she’s downsized. Here she talks about airbrushing, dreaming the name of her son Blayden and why she wanted to give up singing after... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Karise Eden on her bikini shootKARISE Eden has made her career more comfortable by downsizing to intimate venu
Karise Eden on her bikini shoot
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
KARISE Eden has made her career more comfortable by downsizing to intimate venues. And that’s not the only thing she’s downsized. Here she talks about airbrushing, dreaming the name of her son Blayden and why she wanted to give up singing after... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Moth 'cloud' covers Winton streets in western Queensland Thousands of moths have invaded Winton in western Queensland, feasting on fre
Moth 'cloud' covers Winton streets in western Queensland
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
Thousands of moths have invaded Winton in western Queensland, feasting on fresh grass that sprouted from recent rainfall. Winton resident Frank Standfast was on his way to work early on... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Mum fined for taking kids out of school says holidays were MORE educationalA mum fined for twice taking her kids out of school has hit out - claiming the
Mum fined for taking kids out of school says holidays were MORE educational
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
A mum fined for twice taking her kids out of school has hit out - claiming the trips were MORE educational than a day in the classroom. Furious Zara Heal, 28, has been ordered to pay £120 after taking Cody, eight, and Miley, six, for two short stays... Read more
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Horse and Hound
6 top equestrian familiesThe daughter of Mary King, who’s competed in six Olympic games and won Burghley
6 top equestrian families
Horse and Hound / Posted 3 days ago
The daughter of Mary King, who’s competed in six Olympic games and won Burghley, Badminton and Kentucky, Emily had some pretty big (horse)shoes to fill when she decided to pursue an eventing career, but she’s doing pretty well so far. Now aged 20,... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
20 Questions: Dan Flynn09 February 2016 Offaly's Graham Guilfoyle and Dan Flynn of Kildare ©INPHO/Rya
20 Questions: Dan Flynn
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 3 days ago
09 February 2016 Offaly's Graham Guilfoyle and Dan Flynn of Kildare ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne John O’ Brien recently caught up with Kildare football star Dan Flynn and put him under the spotlight. Date of birth: 24 September... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Rescued Girl Longs for Boko Haram 'Husband'Almost a year after she was rescued from Boko Haram captivity by the Nigerian a
Rescued Girl Longs for Boko Haram 'Husband'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
Almost a year after she was rescued from Boko Haram captivity by the Nigerian army, Zara John, 16, is still in love with one of the fighters who abducted her. She was delighted to discover that she was pregnant with his child following a urine and... Read more
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The Courier
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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The Young Witness
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
The Young Witness / Posted 4 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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Western Advocate
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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Manning River Times
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
Manning River Times / Posted 4 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 4 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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The North West Star
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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The Border Mail
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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Canberra Times
Decimal currency is 50 this week but do you know how the Aussie dollar got its name?This 'artist's essay' shows how the one royal note might have looked. Photo: Ro
Decimal currency is 50 this week but do you know how the Aussie dollar got its name?
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
This 'artist's essay' shows how the one royal note might have looked. Photo: Robert Pearce This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency from the venerable colonial... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Burberry, Tom Ford align runway shows with retail availabilityLONDON/PARIS - Design houses Burberry and Tom Ford on Friday announced new stra
Burberry, Tom Ford align runway shows with retail availability
Calgary Sun / Posted 4 days ago
LONDON/PARIS - Design houses Burberry and Tom Ford on Friday announced new strategies that will allow them to close the gap between the runway and retail in order to get clothing and accessories more quickly to customers in different climates around... Read more
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The Local
Swedish PM shares New York stage with BeyoncéStefan Löfven, the Swedish prime minister, at the Global Citizen concert in Cen
Swedish PM shares New York stage with Beyoncé
The Local / Posted 5 days ago
Stefan Löfven, the Swedish prime minister, at the Global Citizen concert in Central Park last night. Photo: Tina Magnergård-Bjers / TT The Local · 27 Sep 2015, 10:33 Published: 27 Sep 2015 10:33... Read more
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The Courier
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
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The Young Witness
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
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Western Advocate
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
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Manning River Times
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
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