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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'We need to stay positive': Wife of rescued fisherman hopeful missing men will be foundMr Leahy was on watch when the trawler capsized. According to his social media
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 minutes ago
Mr Leahy was on watch when the trawler capsized. According to his social media accounts, Mr Leahy studied at the Australian Maritime College and attended Nudgee College in Brisbane's north between 1986 and 1990. Lifeflight chief... Read more
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EuroNews
Silent Partners - The bankrollers behind the rush of Australia shareholder lawsuitsBy Byron Kaye SYDNEY (Reuters) – After Australian internet company Vocus Teleco
EuroNews / Posted 3 minutes ago
By Byron Kaye SYDNEY (Reuters) – After Australian internet company Vocus Telecommunications Ltd gave its second profit warning in seven months, fund manager David Pace received an email from a law firm asking him to join a shareholder class... Read more
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The Irish Times
Working abroad and getting an Irish State pensionagreements on social insurance, stamps paid in the United States, Canada (and ,
The Irish Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
agreements on social insurance, stamps paid in the United States, Canada (and , separately, the province of Quebec), Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea and the Channel Islands and Isle of Man can also be used to maximise your... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Tributes for Oct. 18John and Frieda have traveled the world extensively. The trips they took includ
Greeley Tribune / Posted 4 minutes ago
John and Frieda have traveled the world extensively. The trips they took included visits to China, Hawaii, Greece, Australia and their favorite destination, Africa. In addition to traveling, John enjoyed hunting, fishing and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sheeran cancels tour dates after breaking armsEd Sheeran Australian tour 2018 going ahead despite broken arms | Daily Telegra
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 minutes ago
Ed Sheeran Australian tour 2018 going ahead despite broken arms | Daily Telegraph Invalid postcode. Sorry we couldn't find a match for that, please try again Breaking News Entertainmentnav_small_right Miranda Devine Piers Akerman Game of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
P!nk adds more concert datesup like never before to our very own Kathy McCabe. Before her fans scream ‘Wha
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 minutes ago
up like never before to our very own Kathy McCabe. Before her fans scream ‘What about us?” P!nk adds more concerts to her Australian tour in 2018 Kathy McCabe, National Music Writer, News Corp Australia Network RAISE Your Glass to good news from... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Poms test no sweat for Handscombfor England test PETER Handscomb left 5kg on the Chittagong pitch but the weig
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 minutes ago
for England test PETER Handscomb left 5kg on the Chittagong pitch but the weight he gained in ­mental toughness means Australia’s middle-order linchpin is undaunted by anything ­England can offer. In arguably the toughest batting performance... Read more
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Goal.com
A-League: Top five Sydney derby matches of all timenight and it's sure to be an amazing occasion as always. This contest has quic
Goal.com / Posted 8 minutes ago
night and it's sure to be an amazing occasion as always. This contest has quickly grabbed the attention of Sydney and Australia and arguably more than any other game has shown what the A-League can achieve at its best. Sydney FC have been the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Turnbull's plan guarantees emergence of a carbon pricerequires electricity retailers to ensure improved reliability levels while also
Manning River Times / Posted 12 minutes ago
requires electricity retailers to ensure improved reliability levels while also reducing carbon emissions in line with Australia's Paris Agreement commitments. However, the mechanism to be bolted on to the National Electricity Market in two... Read more
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Manning River Times
Search for new Bishop’s Award recipientsde Paul group and assists in preparing hampers for Christmas as well as partici
Manning River Times / Posted 12 minutes ago
de Paul group and assists in preparing hampers for Christmas as well as participating in fundraising events for Caritas Australia.” The Bishop's Award seeks to recognise the efforts of students and young people within the diocese who have... Read more
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Manning River Times
Weekend shower could rain up to 30 meteors an houreasy to find stars and star clusters. It’s also a good week ahead for watching
Manning River Times / Posted 12 minutes ago
easy to find stars and star clusters. It’s also a good week ahead for watching the Orionids meteor shower visible across Australia, with the peak of the shower occurring on the morning of Saturday (October 21). “Generally, this is a good shower... Read more
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The Age
ASX extends winning streak to nine sessionsThe Australian share market finished marginally higher on Wednesday but managed
The Age / Posted 13 minutes ago
The Australian share market finished marginally higher on Wednesday but managed to extend a nine-session rally as the index approaches six-month highs. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index climbed 1 point to end the day at 5890. The All Ordinaries index... Read more
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New Kerala
Kumble fans slam BCCI over birthday tweet - newkerala news #281357his extension. Kumble was appointed as coach in June 2016 for a one-year term
New Kerala / Posted 15 minutes ago
his extension. Kumble was appointed as coach in June 2016 for a one-year term by the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) and was instantly successful. Under him, India won Test series against West Indies, New Zealand, England, Bangladesh and Austra... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX extends winning streak to nine sessionsThe Australian share market finished marginally higher on Wednesday but managed
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 minutes ago
The Australian share market finished marginally higher on Wednesday but managed to extend a nine-session rally as the index approaches six-month highs. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index climbed 1 point to end the day at 5890. The All Ordinaries index... Read more
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News.com.au
Poms test no sweat for HandscombCricket: Peter Handscomb sneaks a shot an English Australian Test batsman Pete
News.com.au / Posted 16 minutes ago
Cricket: Peter Handscomb sneaks a shot an English Australian Test batsman Peter Handscomb says Bangladesh battles have him ready for Ashes.Source:The Daily Telegraph PETER Handscomb left 5kg on the Chittagong pitch but the weight he gained in... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
McGowan criticises national energy planfirst consulting the states. The plan, to be put to the states in November, di
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 17 minutes ago
first consulting the states. The plan, to be put to the states in November, ditches the clean energy target proposed by Australia's chief scientist Alan Finkel. Instead energy retailers would enter into guarantees on emissions and reliability... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Mortgages soaking up more incomeDual income households are putting a bigger slice of their monthly wages into m
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 17 minutes ago
Dual income households are putting a bigger slice of their monthly wages into mortgage repayments. Australian households with two income earners needed 28.7 per cent of their monthly salary to meet monthly mortgage repayments in September, up from... Read more
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Newsmax
Isnilon Hapilon: Philippines ISIS Leader Killed in Marawiin Southeast Asia by influencing and providing funds to local militants as it s
Newsmax / Posted 18 minutes ago
in Southeast Asia by influencing and providing funds to local militants as it suffers battle defeats in Syria and Iraq. The United States and Australia have deployed surveillance aircraft to help Filipino troops battling the Marawi... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Mortgages soaking up more incomeDual income households are putting a bigger slice of their monthly wages into m
Adelaide Now / Posted 19 minutes ago
Dual income households are putting a bigger slice of their monthly wages into mortgage repayments. Australian households with two income earners needed 28.7 per cent of their monthly salary to meet monthly mortgage repayments in September, up from... Read more
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The World Game
Postecoglou critics want clarity on futurewith Honduras. A report last week that the Asian Cup winning coach was going t
The World Game / Posted 23 minutes ago
with Honduras. A report last week that the Asian Cup winning coach was going to quit the national team - even if he guides Australia to the 2018 tournament - has sparked anxiety ahead of the playoff. High-profile critic and former Socceroo winger... Read more
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Herald Sun
Kmart proves it should only do one thingsuccess has predominantly stemmed from its obsessive fans, who congregate in on
Herald Sun / Posted 23 minutes ago
success has predominantly stemmed from its obsessive fans, who congregate in online groups (such as Kmart Mums Australia) to discuss bargain home deco and customised product “hacks”. Boosting its earnings by 16.3 per cent to $371... Read more
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Weekly Times
McGowan criticises national energy planfirst consulting the states. The plan, to be put to the states in November, di
Weekly Times / Posted 23 minutes ago
first consulting the states. The plan, to be put to the states in November, ditches the clean energy target proposed by Australia's chief scientist Alan Finkel. Instead energy retailers would enter into guarantees on emissions and reliability... Read more
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Herald Sun
Model begs: ‘Stop posting free nudes’AN AUSTRALIAN glamour model claims women posting naked photos of themselves onl
Herald Sun / Posted 24 minutes ago
AN AUSTRALIAN glamour model claims women posting naked photos of themselves online are ruining the nude magazine industry and taking money from paid models. Jasmin Shojai makes her living as a “top glamour model” and believes other women who post... Read more
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Australian Food News
New Zealand Cadbury factory set to closeproducts including Pineapple Lumps, Jaffas and Pinky Bars will now be made in C
Australian Food News / Posted 24 minutes ago
products including Pineapple Lumps, Jaffas and Pinky Bars will now be made in Cadbury’s Hobart factory in Tasmania, Australia. “The Kiwi products require particular technologies, production processes and skills,” Kane said. Dunedin factory... Read more
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Australian Food News
CCA acquires Feral Brewing CompanyCoca Cola Amatil has acquired Western Australian independent brewer Feral Brewi
Australian Food News / Posted 24 minutes ago
Coca Cola Amatil has acquired Western Australian independent brewer Feral Brewing Company. The acquisition price is unknown. Located in the Swan Valley, Feral Brewing was established in 2002 by Alistair Carragher and Brendan Varis. Feral Brew beer... Read more
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Australian Food News
Marketing claims under scrutiny at upcoming Colmar Brunton eventFisher and National FMCG Director, Dr Denise Hamblin. Charles will discussing
Australian Food News / Posted 24 minutes ago
Fisher and National FMCG Director, Dr Denise Hamblin. Charles will discussing how to substantiate marketing claims in Australia from a legal perspective. He will be sharing with us the risks and how to avoid consumer misinterpretation as well... Read more
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Australian Food News
Australian online grocery growing seven times faster than total market With the arrival of American online retail giant Amazon into the Australian g
Australian Food News / Posted 24 minutes ago
With the arrival of American online retail giant Amazon into the Australian grocery market imminent, discount platform CupoNation has compiled a new study analysing the giants of... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Locals crowned as DFC’s first MMA championsfor Diamondback Fighting Championship too, with the promotion’s first-ever titl
The Courier Mail / Posted 24 minutes ago
for Diamondback Fighting Championship too, with the promotion’s first-ever title belts now staying put on South Australian soil. On a brilliant night hosted in the William Magarey Room at Adelaide Oval, DFC’s fourth show rocked the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Call for rethink on commercial surrogacyIt's time for Australia to revisit the ban on commercial surrogacy and egg and
The Courier Mail / Posted 24 minutes ago
It's time for Australia to revisit the ban on commercial surrogacy and egg and sperm donation as increasing numbers of couples struggle with infertility, says IVF pioneer Professor Gab Kovacs. Without change couples and donors will continue to be at... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
On the long road back to Test cricket, Karn Sharma makes best of the chancesKane Williamson, a breakthrough that any side would want to have. It hasn’t be
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 24 minutes ago
Kane Williamson, a breakthrough that any side would want to have. It hasn’t been easy for Karn since the Test against Australia. But like always, he has managed to come back from the fringes. After being overlooked for the India A side that... Read more
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The North West Star
Letters to the editorday with the paper. Read his farewell story on this page. Photo: Jemloco Images
The North West Star / Posted 25 minutes ago
day with the paper. Read his farewell story on this page. Photo: Jemloco Images Increased drug education is needed The Australian Bureau of Statistics has just released their 2016 Causes of Death report. The alarming point for me is the 1,808... Read more
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The North West Star
Turnbull's plan guarantees emergence of a carbon pricerequires electricity retailers to ensure improved reliability levels while also
The North West Star / Posted 25 minutes ago
requires electricity retailers to ensure improved reliability levels while also reducing carbon emissions in line with Australia's Paris Agreement commitments. However, the mechanism to be bolted on to the National Electricity Market in two... Read more
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The North West Star
ASIO warns of overwhelming foreign spying threatsable to keep up with the growling level of "harmful espionage and foreign inter
The North West Star / Posted 25 minutes ago
able to keep up with the growling level of "harmful espionage and foreign interference" operations being carried out in Australia. Domestic intelligence agency ASIO says it has not been able to keep up with the growing level of "harmful... Read more
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The North West Star
Defence Department could have first female boss, giving women clean sweep in defence and foreign affairsAustralia could soon have its first female Defence Department boss, meaning wom
The North West Star / Posted 25 minutes ago
Australia could soon have its first female Defence Department boss, meaning women would dominate the senior reaches of the defence and foreign affairs portfolios as never before. Australia could soon have its first female Defence Department boss,... Read more
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Reuters
Silent Partners: The bankrollers behind the rush of Australia shareholder lawsuitsSYDNEY (Reuters) - After Australian internet company Vocus Telecommunications L
Reuters / Posted 25 minutes ago
SYDNEY (Reuters) - After Australian internet company Vocus Telecommunications Ltd (VOC.AX) gave its second profit warning in seven months, fund manager David Pace received an email from a law firm asking him to join a shareholder class action. The... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Crash of 87: What have we learnt and could it happen again?events of October 1987. "The next stock market downturn will have ETFs at its
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 27 minutes ago
events of October 1987. "The next stock market downturn will have ETFs at its core," Mr Murphy who now hangs his single in Australia with private wealth advisors, Escala Partners.. ETF's are often described as a passive, agnostic tradeable fund... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Turnbull's plan guarantees emergence of a carbon pricerequires electricity retailers to ensure improved reliability levels while also
Daily Liberal / Posted 31 minutes ago
requires electricity retailers to ensure improved reliability levels while also reducing carbon emissions in line with Australia's Paris Agreement commitments. However, the mechanism to be bolted on to the National Electricity Market in two... Read more
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Daily Liberal
MP hospitalised after shirtfront from colleagueleading into the Rugby League 2017 World Cup events - for men and women - that
Daily Liberal / Posted 31 minutes ago
leading into the Rugby League 2017 World Cup events - for men and women - that are due to start at the end of this month in Australia and NZ. But as he sized an opportunity to head for glory and score a decisive try, and to run past one of the... Read more
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The Age
The Herald's Ross Gittins elected to the Academy of the Social Sciences in AustraliaMorning Herald'seconomics editor, Ross Gittins, has been inducted as a fellow o
The Age / Posted 33 minutes ago
Morning Herald'seconomics editor, Ross Gittins, has been inducted as a fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (FASSA). He was among 46 people, mostly academics, elected to the academy in 2017 in recognition of their... Read more
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The Border Mail
MP hospitalised after shirtfront from colleagueleading into the Rugby League 2017 World Cup events - for men and women - that
The Border Mail / Posted 34 minutes ago
leading into the Rugby League 2017 World Cup events - for men and women - that are due to start at the end of this month in Australia and NZ. But as he sized an opportunity to head for glory and score a decisive try, and to run past one of the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Turnbull's plan guarantees emergence of a carbon pricerequires electricity retailers to ensure improved reliability levels while also
The Border Mail / Posted 34 minutes ago
requires electricity retailers to ensure improved reliability levels while also reducing carbon emissions in line with Australia's Paris Agreement commitments. However, the mechanism to be bolted on to the National Electricity Market in two... Read more
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The Border Mail
Building a better earth focus of inaugural conferencebest sustainable builders and architects will descend on Albury for next week’s
The Border Mail / Posted 34 minutes ago
best sustainable builders and architects will descend on Albury for next week’s inaugural Earth-Building Association of Australia’s international conference. Vice president and veteran builder Peter Hickson said earth-building techniques,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The Herald's Ross Gittins elected to the Academy of the Social Sciences in AustraliaMorning Herald'seconomics editor, Ross Gittins, has been inducted as a fellow o
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 35 minutes ago
Morning Herald'seconomics editor, Ross Gittins, has been inducted as a fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (FASSA). He was among 46 people, mostly academics, elected to the academy in 2017 in recognition of their... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Burning effigy ushers in DiwaliMarketing Sell your stuff 0A0871E9-1636-49F4-9041-2E36E2BB5333 Entertainment
Daily Telegraph / Posted 36 minutes ago
Marketing Sell your stuff 0A0871E9-1636-49F4-9041-2E36E2BB5333 Entertainment nav_large_close The Hindu Council of Australia celebrated Diwali with a bang at Parramatta Park, setting fire to their 40ft Ravana effigy. CREDIT: Amit... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
On-demand buses are on the wayManager John Langford-Ely said the program, which will be trialled for six mont
Daily Telegraph / Posted 37 minutes ago
Manager John Langford-Ely said the program, which will be trialled for six months, will reduce travel times and running costs. Sydney is the first capital city in Australia to access the Boston-built technology, with plans to roll it out nationa... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Tragic past of ‘cheeky’ teen who died at poolWairua Aperahama was hit by a car while riding his bike a year ago. “I also ha
Daily Telegraph / Posted 37 minutes ago
Wairua Aperahama was hit by a car while riding his bike a year ago. “I also had to fly from New Zealand to Australia when he had his accident. “My king was the love of my life and my everything. He made me the person I am... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Australian casino denies lawmaker's criminal allegationsCANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A lawmaker on Wednesday accused a major Australian c
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 37 minutes ago
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A lawmaker on Wednesday accused a major Australian casino company of rigging slot machines and concealing potential money laundering at its largest casino with the state regulator covering up criminal behavior. Andrew... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Best Fest on soonthe event, planning is in full swing and the program is now out. From fun danc
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 37 minutes ago
the event, planning is in full swing and the program is now out. From fun dance workshops to some of the best bands in Australia and even a dedicated Youth Tent, there is something for everyone at this wonderful event. Featured artists include... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Things to see, hear and do around the Illawarra this weekNorthcliffe Drive at Kembla Grange. Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival From fun da
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 38 minutes ago
Northcliffe Drive at Kembla Grange. Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival From fun dance workshops to some of the best bands in Australia and even a dedicated Youth Tent, there is something for everyone at the Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival. Featured... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Nation’s best to face off on courttournament for the year and the biggest tournament in the country. This year we
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 38 minutes ago
tournament for the year and the biggest tournament in the country. This year we’ve got 14 teams coming from all across Australia, we’ve got a Victorian team, three Queensland teams and junior teams as well.” Jessica McMahon from Wheelchair... Read more
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