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Daily Mail
Thousands hit with terrifying email warning of new Australian spiderthem of a new spider worse than a huntsman. The email warns people of the new
Daily Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
them of a new spider worse than a huntsman. The email warns people of the new dangerous spider found across eastern Australia which claims to be bigger than a white-tail. 'Watch out for this spider - looks like a daddy long legs only much... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Protecting regional airports like oursThe Australian Airports Association, with support from the Australian Logistics
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 17 hours ago
The Australian Airports Association, with support from the Australian Logistics Council, Regional Aviation Association of Australia and the Royal Flying Doctor Service, on Wednesday launched the ‘Protect Regional Airports’ campaign designed to... Read more
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The Border Mail
One wake-up call that left a very bad impression on this visitormorning before I needed to drive my family back another eight hours to Newcastl
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
morning before I needed to drive my family back another eight hours to Newcastle. Last Monday (October 9), thousands of Australians across the country generously threw their support behind headspace day, kicking off National Mental Health... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Rain rallies cattle markets and brings hope to producerssurveys showed that with an increase of 72,000 plus in this quarter the figure
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
surveys showed that with an increase of 72,000 plus in this quarter the figure now stood at 1.1 million head. Western Australia was the only state to show a decline in numbers. Queensland dominated feedlot activities lifting by 12%. There,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Rain brings market reliefsurveys showed that with an increase of 72,000 plus in this quarter the figure
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
surveys showed that with an increase of 72,000 plus in this quarter the figure now stood at 1.1 million head. Western Australia was the only state to show a decline in numbers. Queensland dominated feedlot activities lifting by 12%. There,... Read more
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Daily Mail
The five foods that aren't as healthy as we think, revealedIs coconut oil REALLY good for you? Experts reveal the five foods that aren't a
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Is coconut oil REALLY good for you? Experts reveal the five foods that aren't as healthy as you might think With 'health' a buzz word in marketing, researchers have cleared some things up LiveLighter interviewed 1,097 Victorian adults and 134... Read more
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The Hindu
Backward to basics in ban-happy countryand Japanese firms. Abroad, they will suck up to the worst conservative cow-mun
The Hindu / Posted 3 days ago
and Japanese firms. Abroad, they will suck up to the worst conservative cow-munching politicians in America, Britain and Australia, breathing nary a word about how mass animal husbandry and meat-dependency is destroying our planet. Even as their... Read more
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Western Advocate
Curator Peter Emmett's top picks of Australian Museum's treasuresHow do you choose 100 treasures from the Australian Museum's $1 billion-plus, 1
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
How do you choose 100 treasures from the Australian Museum's $1 billion-plus, 190-year-old collection of 18 million objects? How do you choose 100 treasures from the Australian Museum's $1 billion-plus, 190-year-old collection of 18 million... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Curator Peter Emmett's top picks of Australian Museum's treasuresHow do you choose 100 treasures from the Australian Museum's $1 billion-plus, 1
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
How do you choose 100 treasures from the Australian Museum's $1 billion-plus, 190-year-old collection of 18 million objects? How do you choose 100 treasures from the Australian Museum's $1 billion-plus, 190-year-old collection of 18 million... Read more
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The Border Mail
Curator Peter Emmett's top picks of Australian Museum's treasures200 Treasures of the Australian Museum Exhibition preview to open in October 20
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
200 Treasures of the Australian Museum Exhibition preview to open in October 2017. Included is a cape gifted to Captain James Cook. Photographed Thursday 29th August 2017. Photograph by James Brickwood. SMH NEWS 170829 How do you choose 100... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Curator Peter Emmett's top picks of Australian Museum's treasuresHow do you choose 100 treasures from the Australian Museum's $1 billion-plus, 1
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
How do you choose 100 treasures from the Australian Museum's $1 billion-plus, 190-year-old collection of 18 million objects? How do you choose 100 treasures from the Australian Museum's $1 billion-plus, 190-year-old collection of 18 million... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Curator Peter Emmett's top picks of Australian Museum's treasuresHow do you choose 100 treasures from the Australian Museum's $1 billion-plus, 1
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
How do you choose 100 treasures from the Australian Museum's $1 billion-plus, 190-year-old collection of 18 million objects? How do you choose 100 treasures from the Australian Museum's $1 billion-plus, 190-year-old collection of 18 million... Read more
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Daily Mail
Bizarre ways FALL affects our health - from nightmares to joint painHair loss, nightmares, asthma attacks and joint pain… the bizarre ways FALL can
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Hair loss, nightmares, asthma attacks and joint pain… the bizarre ways FALL can affect our health – and the expert tips to battle through Studies have shown hair loss is more common in fall - perhaps due to evolution Low mood and dry skin are also... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Cages cause more bone fractures in layer hens, report findsThree people killed in a skydiving accident south of Cairns Cage fight ensues
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
Three people killed in a skydiving accident south of Cairns Cage fight ensues over new report on animal welfare for layer hens as industry disputes findings The report lends weight to cage-free systems, but the industry says it ignores Australian... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Odd stories in the newsoutcome." WILLING WORKERS A culture of office "presenteeism" is leading to em
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 5 days ago
outcome." WILLING WORKERS A culture of office "presenteeism" is leading to employees turning up to work regardless of ill health, experts have said. People spend an average 13 days a year at work while feeling unwell, according to research by... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Odd stories in the newsoutcome." WILLING WORKERS A culture of office "presenteeism" is leading to em
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 5 days ago
outcome." WILLING WORKERS A culture of office "presenteeism" is leading to employees turning up to work regardless of ill health, experts have said. People spend an average 13 days a year at work while feeling unwell, according to research by... Read more
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The News and Star
Odd stories in the newsoutcome." WILLING WORKERS A culture of office "presenteeism" is leading to em
The News and Star / Posted 5 days ago
outcome." WILLING WORKERS A culture of office "presenteeism" is leading to employees turning up to work regardless of ill health, experts have said. People spend an average 13 days a year at work while feeling unwell, according to research by... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Odd stories in the newsoutcome." WILLING WORKERS A culture of office "presenteeism" is leading to em
Whitehaven News / Posted 5 days ago
outcome." WILLING WORKERS A culture of office "presenteeism" is leading to employees turning up to work regardless of ill health, experts have said. People spend an average 13 days a year at work while feeling unwell, according to research by... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Why Ben Oakley is smiling about cannabis research world-first cannabis research centre to help address an array of legal and acce
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
world-first cannabis research centre to help address an array of legal and access issues around medicinal cannabis. The Australian Centre for Cannabinoid Clinical and Research Excellence (ACRE) has received a $2.5 million grant from the Federal... Read more
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Daily Mail
Swansong in suburbia: The extraordinary story of Dudley Mooretime. ‘He pulled it off,’ she says. ‘He was determined.’ The concert led to l
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
time. ‘He pulled it off,’ she says. ‘He was determined.’ The concert led to lots more bookings. They toured the U.S. and Australia together. Around this time, he started experiencing a strange stiffness in one of his fingers. He was also... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Fourteen things to do around the Illawarra this weekenda pizza loving pop punk band hailing from Wollongong. Picture: Facebook Music
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
a pizza loving pop punk band hailing from Wollongong. Picture: Facebook Music For The Mind Music For The Mind is a mental health awareness concert aiming to break down the stigma. Through music they aim to do this and let all know that is OK to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Julie Bishop's article on North Korea smacks of a script from her US 'masters'Not sure on what planet Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop lives, but it
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
Not sure on what planet Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop lives, but it's not on the one on which I live ("Bishop warns of nuclear Pacific", October 11). Considerate majority opinion on my planet agrees that North Korea's nuclear ambitions... Read more
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The Age
Julie Bishop's article on North Korea smacks of a script from her US 'masters'Not sure on what planet Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop lives, but it
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
Not sure on what planet Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop lives, but it's not on the one on which I live ("Bishop warns of nuclear Pacific", October 11). Considerate majority opinion on my planet agrees that North Korea's nuclear ambitions... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Julie Bishop's article on North Korea smacks of a script from her US 'masters'Not sure on what planet Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop lives, but it
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
Not sure on what planet Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop lives, but it's not on the one on which I live ("Bishop warns of nuclear Pacific", October 11). Considerate majority opinion on my planet agrees that North Korea's nuclear ambitions... Read more
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metro
Ridiculously cute baby animals star in the Australian Firefighters calendar 2018emotionally-scarring jobs in the world but they prove time and time again that
metro / Posted 7 days ago
emotionally-scarring jobs in the world but they prove time and time again that they’re just big old softies. Proof: The Australian Firefighters calendar, whose 2018 edition has just surfaced. The calendar began 25 years ago, and has raised over... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The revolution in livestock salessaid, innovative and always looking for ways to improve. Colin Say & Co do mor
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
said, innovative and always looking for ways to improve. Colin Say & Co do more business through the site than any other Australian company. In the last year, they have been involved in the sale of 9,000 head of cattle. For generations,... Read more
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CBC.ca
Seal meat on the menu at Toronto restaurant sparks duelling petitions, online debatelittle bit of ignorance about stereotypes on the regular." "I find it really h
CBC.ca / Posted 7 days ago
little bit of ignorance about stereotypes on the regular." "I find it really heart-breaking that a very strong network of animal rights activists are targeting one single, small, startup, independent, Indigenous restaurant. That's a really heavy... Read more
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The Age
Power politics: Who to believe, Abbott or the scientists?of 50 degrees in the near future unless the world cuts carbon emissions fast.
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
of 50 degrees in the near future unless the world cuts carbon emissions fast. Our leaders are refusing to acknowledge that Australia has no future in a boiling world and that business will refuse to invest in new power plants without a bipartisan... Read more
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News.com.au
US scientists just made corn more like meatdiscovery could benefit millions of people in the developing world who depend o
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
discovery could benefit millions of people in the developing world who depend on corn as a diet staple.Source:News Corp Australia US SCIENTISTS have found a way to genetically engineer corn to produce an amino acid contained in meat, boosting... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Science writer to deliver presentation on global diseasein recent years, and the writer said he is "grimly confident" we will see anoth
KECI Missoula / Posted 8 days ago
in recent years, and the writer said he is "grimly confident" we will see another one. He has traveled to the Congo, Australia, Bangladesh, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Hong Kong. Quammen said we will likely see another pandemic caused by a... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Science writer to deliver presentation on global diseasein recent years and the writer said he is "grimly confident" we will see anothe
KECI Missoula / Posted 8 days ago
in recent years and the writer said he is "grimly confident" we will see another one. He has traveled to the Congo, Australia, Bangladesh, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Hong Kong. Quammen said we will likely see another pandemic caused by a... Read more
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The Courier
The people surviving off small-scale farminginto my produce. This requires more time and skilled labour.” Liz’s berries ha
The Courier / Posted 8 days ago
into my produce. This requires more time and skilled labour.” Liz’s berries have been praised for their taste, winning an Australian Delicious Produce Award for her “brigitte” blueberries in August. But she is having a hard time making a living... Read more
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Computerworld (NZ)
Beef and lamb farmers to create smart farmand profitability. B+LNZ says Future Farm, which will be a hill country sheep
Computerworld (NZ) / Posted 8 days ago
and profitability. B+LNZ says Future Farm, which will be a hill country sheep and beef property with around 6,000 animals, will operate as a fully commercial livestock farming enterprise and feature state of the art monitoring, measuring... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Fact check: Predicting heart attack riskcalcium is a better indicator of heart attack risk than checks for blood pressu
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
calcium is a better indicator of heart attack risk than checks for blood pressure and cholesterol. (Penguin Random House Australia) Sydney cardiologist Dr Ross Walker says that a scan for coronary calcium is a better indicator of heart attack... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Community Billboard21. To register email jptrainingillawarra@nswja.org.au Let All Men Sing, WEC,
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
21. To register email jptrainingillawarra@nswja.org.au Let All Men Sing, WEC, Oct 15th, 2pm. 350 male choristers from 14 Australian choirs + NSW Police Band + the String Family. A one off special. Tickets from Ticketmaster. Literary Lunch with... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Lost generation: The cost of living on gold in Lombokare the clattering soundtrack to life in Sekotong, an impoverished pocket of Lo
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 days ago
are the clattering soundtrack to life in Sekotong, an impoverished pocket of Lombok. The island of Lombok is best known to Australians as a tourist mecca. It's less developed than Bali but has beautiful beaches and mountains and is a gateway to the... Read more
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The Courier
LETTERS TO THE EDITORthe roads and transport infrastructure to better connect our cities and towns a
The Courier / Posted 10 days ago
the roads and transport infrastructure to better connect our cities and towns as well as providing better schools and local health care. Under Labor, country roads have been left to crumble, and skyrocketing energy costs and other cost of living... Read more
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Daily Mail
Outcry over fatal Utah police shooting captured on camerapolice pull stowaways from coach compartment Cam Newton apologizes for remarks
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
police pull stowaways from coach compartment Cam Newton apologizes for remarks made to female reporter A second chance? Australia in line to take over 2022... Immigration judge who got case after case wrong is STILL... End the broadband lies!... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Crowd hears about latest, greatest in MSA circlesin Tamworth. 051017GGC003 ABOUT 110 producers and processors heard about the l
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 days ago
in Tamworth. 051017GGC003 ABOUT 110 producers and processors heard about the latest and greatest in the Meat Standards Australia (MSA) world, at a forum in Tamworth recently. At the last in a series of MSA Eating Quality forums across... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times letters: Guns, the American wayand you have what you have. Here, libertarians like David Leyonhjelm are at th
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
and you have what you have. Here, libertarians like David Leyonhjelm are at the forefront of the movement to dismantle Australia's gun controls. The money factor relates to the massive donations to politicians by the National Rifle... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times letters: Guns, the American wayand you have what you have. Here, libertarians like David Leyonhjelm are at th
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
and you have what you have. Here, libertarians like David Leyonhjelm are at the forefront of the movement to dismantle Australia's gun controls. The money factor relates to the massive donations to politicians by the National Rifle... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times letters: Guns, the American wayand you have what you have. Here, libertarians like David Leyonhjelm are at th
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
and you have what you have. Here, libertarians like David Leyonhjelm are at the forefront of the movement to dismantle Australia's gun controls. The money factor relates to the massive donations to politicians by the National Rifle... Read more
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The Courier
Small farmers looking to a sustainable futureinto my produce. This requires more time and skilled labour.” Liz’s berries ha
The Courier / Posted 13 days ago
into my produce. This requires more time and skilled labour.” Liz’s berries have been praised for their taste, winning an Australian Delicious Produce Award for her “brigitte” blueberries in August. But she is having a hard time making a living... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Alarm Bells Ring Over GE Potato DecisionRegulatory Body GE-Free Northland is appalled but not surprised by the latest
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 14 days ago
Regulatory Body GE-Free Northland is appalled but not surprised by the latest deeply flawed decision by Food Standards Australia NZ, in which the agency approved an American application for six lines of genetically modified potatoes to be sold... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Spring SkinAround this time of year many pets will start suffering from seasonal allergy c
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 14 days ago
Around this time of year many pets will start suffering from seasonal allergy conditions. Pet Insurance Australia has some top tips on how to help during this sneezy time of year.“Like us two-legged variety, many of our dogs will also... Read more
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Gazette News
We could soon be paid for recycling plastic bottlesoceans are our planet's greatest natural resource and this government is determ
Gazette News / Posted 15 days ago
oceans are our planet's greatest natural resource and this government is determined to ensure we restore them to health for the next generation." Up to 80% of the dumped plastic in the ocean is thought to have been lost or discarded on... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New Zealand Farming at a Crossroads as the World’s Pak'nSaveTuesday, 3 October 2017, 2:51 pmPress Release: Public Health Association The f
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 15 days ago
Tuesday, 3 October 2017, 2:51 pmPress Release: Public Health Association The first session for the afternoon at the Public Health... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Gove reveals bottle return recycling plan The Tories will also extend the maximum sentence for animal cruelty offences
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
The Tories will also extend the maximum sentence for animal cruelty offences from six months to five years. Environment secretary Michael Gove has unveiled plans for a deposit return scheme for drinks... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Gove reveals bottle return recycling planoceans are our planet’s greatest natural resource and this government is determ
Oxford Mail / Posted 16 days ago
oceans are our planet’s greatest natural resource and this government is determined to ensure we restore them to health for the next generation.” Up to 80% of the dumped plastic in the ocean is thought to have been lost or discarded on... Read more
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Bury Times
Gove reveals bottle return recycling planoceans are our planet’s greatest natural resource and this government is determ
Bury Times / Posted 16 days ago
oceans are our planet’s greatest natural resource and this government is determined to ensure we restore them to health for the next generation.” Up to 80% of the dumped plastic in the ocean is thought to have been lost or discarded on... Read more
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