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The Age
Bruce Brown, moviemaker whose Endless Summer transformed surfingBut surfers weren't happy with how we looked in Beach Blanket Bingo or how we s
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
But surfers weren't happy with how we looked in Beach Blanket Bingo or how we sounded in the dopier surf songs." Bruce Alan Brown was born in San Francisco on December 1, 1937, and moved with his family to Long Beach, in Southern California,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bruce Brown, moviemaker whose Endless Summer transformed surfingBut surfers weren't happy with how we looked in Beach Blanket Bingo or how we s
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
But surfers weren't happy with how we looked in Beach Blanket Bingo or how we sounded in the dopier surf songs." Bruce Alan Brown was born in San Francisco on December 1, 1937, and moved with his family to Long Beach, in Southern California,... Read more
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The North West Star
Agriculture named nation's second deadliest industrysuggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answe
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
suggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answer. NSW Farmers Wagga branch president Alan Brown said the figures are “dreadful” and a broad shift in attitude needs to take place. “Statistics are one thing, but... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Agriculture named nation's second deadliest industrysuggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answe
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
suggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answer. NSW Farmers Wagga branch president Alan Brown said the figures are “dreadful” and a broad shift in attitude needs to take place. “Statistics are one thing, but... Read more
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The Border Mail
Agriculture named nation's second deadliest industrysuggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answe
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
suggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answer. NSW Farmers Wagga branch president Alan Brown said the figures are “dreadful” and a broad shift in attitude needs to take place. “Statistics are one thing, but... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Agriculture named nation's second deadliest industrysuggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answe
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
suggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answer. NSW Farmers Wagga branch president Alan Brown said the figures are “dreadful” and a broad shift in attitude needs to take place. “Statistics are one thing, but... Read more
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The Courier
Agriculture named nation's second deadliest industrysuggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answe
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
suggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answer. NSW Farmers Wagga branch president Alan Brown said the figures are “dreadful” and a broad shift in attitude needs to take place. “Statistics are one thing, but... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Agriculture named nation's second deadliest industrysuggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answe
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
suggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answer. NSW Farmers Wagga branch president Alan Brown said the figures are “dreadful” and a broad shift in attitude needs to take place. “Statistics are one thing, but... Read more
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Western Advocate
Agriculture named nation's second deadliest industrysuggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answe
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
suggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answer. NSW Farmers Wagga branch president Alan Brown said the figures are “dreadful” and a broad shift in attitude needs to take place. “Statistics are one thing, but... Read more
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Manning River Times
Agriculture named nation's second deadliest industrysuggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answe
Manning River Times / Posted 7 days ago
suggest a huge problem, local stakeholders say more regulation is not the answer. NSW Farmers Wagga branch president Alan Brown said the figures are “dreadful” and a broad shift in attitude needs to take place. “Statistics are one thing, but... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
National quad bike safety ratings to be introducedlike NSW Farmers and the Country Women’s Association, which have been pushing f
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
like NSW Farmers and the Country Women’s Association, which have been pushing for improvements to quad bike safety. Alan Brown of Wagga’s NSW Farmers group said legislation which provided clear, concise guidelines and ratings on safety was... Read more
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Western Advocate
National quad bike safety ratings to be introducedlike NSW Farmers and the Country Women’s Association, which have been pushing f
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
like NSW Farmers and the Country Women’s Association, which have been pushing for improvements to quad bike safety. Alan Brown of Wagga’s NSW Farmers group said legislation which provided clear, concise guidelines and ratings on safety was... Read more
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Daily Liberal
National quad bike safety ratings to be introducedlike NSW Farmers and the Country Women’s Association, which have been pushing f
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
like NSW Farmers and the Country Women’s Association, which have been pushing for improvements to quad bike safety. Alan Brown of Wagga’s NSW Farmers group said legislation which provided clear, concise guidelines and ratings on safety was... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
National quad bike safety ratings to be introducedlike NSW Farmers and the Country Women’s Association, which have been pushing f
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
like NSW Farmers and the Country Women’s Association, which have been pushing for improvements to quad bike safety. Alan Brown of Wagga’s NSW Farmers group said legislation which provided clear, concise guidelines and ratings on safety was... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
Audio: Shippo considers latest setback contemplates another weekend setback while returning for a 31st edition of the
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 11 days ago
contemplates another weekend setback while returning for a 31st edition of the popular show.Hosts Simon Pattinson and Alan Brown reflect on the latest dreadful performance as the Minstermen collapsed to a shocking 2-1 defeat at... Read more
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Western Advocate
Chief commissioner takes a tour of new office spacehouse 64 full-time staff and a up to 30 part-time staff. Mayor Graeme Hanger a
Western Advocate / Posted 26 days ago
house 64 full-time staff and a up to 30 part-time staff. Mayor Graeme Hanger and council staff joined chief commissioner Alan Brown and project manager Stacey Bennett for the tour. Mr Brown said Bathurst was the ideal location for the commission... Read more
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Western Advocate
Backflip with a double pike for greyhoundsin the greyhound racing industry and its establishment here is nothing short of
Western Advocate / Posted 29 days ago
in the greyhound racing industry and its establishment here is nothing short of a coup for Bathurst. Chief commissioner Alan Brown said a lot of work has been going on behind the scenes and the announcement of the Bathurst headquarters would... Read more

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