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Daily Liberal
State’s most promising players to test the waters at DubboCronulla's Samantha Henderson in action at last year's under Girls Championship
Daily Liberal / Posted 15 minutes ago
Cronulla's Samantha Henderson in action at last year's under Girls Championships, which were held at Bathurst. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK This marks the second year in a row Dubbo has played host to an elite junior event,... Read more
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Philly.com
Flyers center Sean Couturier's Canada roots formed a balance in hockey and lifeBATHURST, New Brunswick — In this remote mining city pressed between pine fores
Philly.com / Posted 45 minutes ago
BATHURST, New Brunswick — In this remote mining city pressed between pine forests and a bay, in a far corner of a province flanked by Quebec and Maine, in a nation bifurcated by culture and language, Sean Couturier absorbed a sense of balance. It’s... Read more
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Western Advocate
St Pat’s head to the break as the competition leadersfor St Pat’s Old Boys, the Saints can now boast another milestone as they head
Western Advocate / Posted 53 minutes ago
for St Pat’s Old Boys, the Saints can now boast another milestone as they head into the Christmas/new year break as the Bathurst District Cricket Association as competition leaders. GOT HIM: While Rugby's Ryan Peacock scrambles to make his... Read more
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Western Advocate
Staff keen to harvest local produce at new Bathurst eateryRingrose says they have focused on local produce. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 121117c
Western Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
Ringrose says they have focused on local produce. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 121117charvest1 A FOCUS on local produce has seen Bathurst’s newest eatery open with jobs for 12 new staff. Harvest Cafe & Store opened on Kendall Avenue recently and it is... Read more
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Western Advocate
Do you have a favourite Christmas carol?free to share the festive video with your friends and family. Video #1 – Dear
Western Advocate / Posted 16 hours ago
free to share the festive video with your friends and family. Video #1 – Dear Santa, could I please have … THE Western Advocate’s first Christmas video involved asking what kindergarten students from schools across Bathurst would like from... Read more
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Canberra Times
Interdominion to stay in traditional format for next nine yearswith the horses. "We have 3500 acres and more than 1000 head of cattle on the
Canberra Times / Posted 17 hours ago
with the horses. "We have 3500 acres and more than 1000 head of cattle on the farm, too." Davis had his biggest win in the Soldiers Saddle Final at Bathurst this month and has three drives at Parkes on Sunday, the best of which is Studleigh str... Read more
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Daily Dispatch
Successful use of DNA unmasked predatorand was quickly arrested. A DNA swab linked him not only to cases in Willowvale
Daily Dispatch / Posted 18 hours ago
and was quickly arrested. A DNA swab linked him not only to cases in Willowvale and Dutywa but also to others in Alice and Bathurst and two out of province. A quick perusal of the victims’ statements from the rape in Stellenbosch in the Western... Read more
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Western Advocate
Turf time at St Pat’s fields | Photos, videosMORE than 10,000 square metres of turf have been laid, and that is for just one
Western Advocate / Posted 18 hours ago
MORE than 10,000 square metres of turf have been laid, and that is for just one of Bathurst’s new rugby league fields. Construction of the two rugby league fields along Hereford Street begun in mid 2016, and now specially-grown turf is being laid on... Read more
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Western Advocate
Hoons’ circle work badly damages surface of St Pat’s new footy fieldShocking damage to the main field at the new St Patrick's Rugby League home gro
Western Advocate / Posted 18 hours ago
Shocking damage to the main field at the new St Patrick's Rugby League home ground on Hereford Street. Photo: PHIL BLATCH BATHURST St Patrick’s Rugby League has suffered a setback in its plans to move to a new ground on Hereford Street after hoons... Read more
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The Age
Interdominion to stay in traditional format for next nine yearswith the horses. "We have 3500 acres and more than 1000 head of cattle on the
The Age / Posted 23 hours ago
with the horses. "We have 3500 acres and more than 1000 head of cattle on the farm, too." Davis had his biggest win in the Soldiers Saddle Final at Bathurst this month and has three drives at Parkes on Sunday, the best of which is Studleigh str... Read more
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Canberra Times
Trainers looking for different options after Ted Ryder Cup switchin a Highway Handicap following her Kempsey Cup win. Dawson is also confident
Canberra Times / Posted 23 hours ago
in a Highway Handicap following her Kempsey Cup win. Dawson is also confident Clunes Rocket can return to the winner's circle earlier in the day.Race diary Monday: Narromine, Taree. Tuesday: Armidale. Friday: Lismore, Wagga. Saturday: B... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Interdominion to stay in traditional format for next nine yearswith the horses. "We have 3500 acres and more than 1000 head of cattle on the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
with the horses. "We have 3500 acres and more than 1000 head of cattle on the farm, too." Davis had his biggest win in the Soldiers Saddle Final at Bathurst this month and has three drives at Parkes on Sunday, the best of which is Studleigh str... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Trainers looking for different options after Ted Ryder Cup switchin a Highway Handicap following her Kempsey Cup win. Dawson is also confident
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
in a Highway Handicap following her Kempsey Cup win. Dawson is also confident Clunes Rocket can return to the winner's circle earlier in the day.Race diary Monday: Narromine, Taree. Tuesday: Armidale. Friday: Lismore, Wagga. Saturday: B... Read more
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The Age
Trainers looking for different options after Ted Ryder Cup switchin a Highway Handicap following her Kempsey Cup win. Dawson is also confident
The Age / Posted yesterday
in a Highway Handicap following her Kempsey Cup win. Dawson is also confident Clunes Rocket can return to the winner's circle earlier in the day.Race diary Monday: Narromine, Taree. Tuesday: Armidale. Friday: Lismore, Wagga. Saturday: B... Read more
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Western Advocate
St Pat’s Old Boys have chance to stay on top over season breakST Pat’s Old Boys have completed their mission of a last-to-first turnaround in
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
ST Pat’s Old Boys have completed their mission of a last-to-first turnaround in the one-day portion of the Bathurst District Cricket Association first grade competition, now they get the chance to hold the lead over the Christmas break. CONTROL:... Read more
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Daily Mail
A psychologist breaks down your emotional ties to homewhat everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
what everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold Pilling lived among the the Tiwi People of Bathurst Island off the coast of Northern Australia during the 1920s. They noted that the Tiwi thought their island was the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Substitutions can help City Colts against Centennials BullsTHE goal for first innings points looks like a tough aim for City Colts to achi
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
THE goal for first innings points looks like a tough aim for City Colts to achieve going into the second day of their Bathurst District Cricket Association first grade game against Centennials Bulls but they’ve received a vital boost for that... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Heritage: Havering people featured in Australia’s early newspapersWadeson, of Romford, in the county of Essex”, and learned his colonial law in a
Romford Recorder / Posted yesterday
Wadeson, of Romford, in the county of Essex”, and learned his colonial law in an attorney’s office in the inland town of Bathurst. Samuel Wadeson had taken articles with his father, a South Street lawyer, back in 1834, when he was seventeen. As... Read more
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Western Advocate
ORC’s seeking early wickets to build pressure on Bathurst CityORC struck four times before stumps last week, but the Tigers will be looking f
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
ORC struck four times before stumps last week, but the Tigers will be looking for more Bathurst City victims in the opening overs on Saturday to turn up the pressure on their Bathurst District Cricket Association rivals. RUNS ON THE BOARD: Brad... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Tampa Bay Times’ all-Tampa Bay girls swim teamsClass 4A state meet in 23.16 100 fly: Katie Vasiloff, Sr., Durant: Fifth at C
The Tampa Tribune / Posted yesterday
Class 4A state meet in 23.16 100 fly: Katie Vasiloff, Sr., Durant: Fifth at Class 4A state meet in 55.26 100 free: Ella Bathurst, Fr., Plant: Fourth at Class 4A state meet in 51.02 100 back: Celi Guzman, Sr., Strawberry Crest: Second at Class... Read more
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Western Advocate
Would you try a Vegemite icy pole? Kurt Fearnley says noputting the internet into meltdown. Opinions on social media have been divided
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
putting the internet into meltdown. Opinions on social media have been divided but Paralympics champion, former Bathurst uni student and all-round voice of reason Kurt Fearnley has no doubts. ”No. Please no,” Fearnley posted on his... Read more
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WCNC Charlotte
Why there's no place like home for the holidayswhat everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold
WCNC Charlotte / Posted yesterday
what everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold Pilling lived among the the Tiwi People of Bathurst Island off the coast of Northern Australia during the 1920s. They noted that the Tiwi thought their island was the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Jess Jennings calls last drinks on free alcohol after meetingsFREE alcohol following Bathurst Regional Council meetings will be a thing of th
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
FREE alcohol following Bathurst Regional Council meetings will be a thing of the past if Councillor Jess Jennings gets his way. Currently councillors and council staff are given free rein of the drinks cabinet after full council meetings and policy... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bathurst councillor Jess Jennings fails in bid to end free grogBATHURST councillors and council staff will still have access to unlimited free
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
BATHURST councillors and council staff will still have access to unlimited free alcohol following meetings after a proposal to cut off supply was labelled “unAustralian” and “populist”. Councillor Jess Jennings had called for an end to the free... Read more
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Daily Dispatch
‘I raped 39 times over five years’threatened, assaulted and raped, sometimes in broad daylight. He admitted to ra
Daily Dispatch / Posted yesterday
threatened, assaulted and raped, sometimes in broad daylight. He admitted to raping two women in two different incidents in Bathurst on the same day. Senior State Advocate Nickie Turner has indicated that the state will seek the mandatory minimum... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Why there's no place like home for the holidayswhat everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted yesterday
what everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold Pilling lived among the the Tiwi People of Bathurst Island off the coast of Northern Australia during the 1920s. They noted that the Tiwi thought their island was the... Read more
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Western Advocate
HSC is not the end, it’s just the beginningTHE results of the 2017 Higher School Certificate, released on Thursday, again
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
THE results of the 2017 Higher School Certificate, released on Thursday, again prove that Bathurst is very well served for schools. All local high schools were pleased with their results, and rightly so. All schools had students who were pleasantly... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Bathurst 12 Hour set for record grid in 2018ORGANISERS of the Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour have revealed the provisional ent
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
ORGANISERS of the Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour have revealed the provisional entry list for the 2018 event with hopes high of a record grid. 60 cars are on the provisional list, five above the record starting grid of 55 in 2016, with entries open... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Former Iran student now ‘giving voice to Wollongong’s voiceless’the University of Wollongong where Mrs Nikidehaghani met her husband. The coup
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
the University of Wollongong where Mrs Nikidehaghani met her husband. The couple now have a 18-month-old son and live in Bathurst but Wollongong still holds fond memories for the pair. ‘’Wollongong is where it all began for me,’’ she... Read more
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Western Advocate
Come in for a cool screening to beat the Bathurst heatMoffatt and Gary Hillberg, installation view at Artspace, Sydney, 2016. Photo:
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
Moffatt and Gary Hillberg, installation view at Artspace, Sydney, 2016. Photo: ZAN WIMBERLEY ARE you looking to escape the Bathurst heat as summer starts to take hold? Bathurst Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) is screening Montages: The Full Cut,... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
Why there's no place like home for the holidayswhat everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
what everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold Pilling lived among the the Tiwi People of Bathurst Island off the coast of Northern Australia during the 1920s. They noted that the Tiwi thought their island was the... Read more
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News.com.au
Bathurst-winning duo sticks together for 2018Luke Youlden (L) will stick with David Reynolds for the 2018 Bathurst 1000. So
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Luke Youlden (L) will stick with David Reynolds for the 2018 Bathurst 1000. Source:Getty Images THIS time last year, Luke Youlden was without a Supercars co-drive and facing the prospect of sitting out his first Bathurst 1000 in 18 years. Then the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Blokes will get a chance to talk at Boy’s Day Out in Februarysuicide rate, which is about 3000 deaths a year, you see about 78 per cent are
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
suicide rate, which is about 3000 deaths a year, you see about 78 per cent are male and about 22 per cent are female.” Bathurst-based Mr Ferguson said Dubbo was an ideal place to hold the Boys’ Day Out Race Day. “The further you go west in NSW... Read more
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News.com.au
Bathurst 12 Hour set for record grid in 2018Provisional entry list for the 2018 Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour. Source:Suppli
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Provisional entry list for the 2018 Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour. Source:Supplied ORGANISERS of the Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour have revealed the provisional entry list for the 2018 event with hopes high of a record grid. 60 cars are on the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Dual Olympian Cronk set to teach Bathurst goalkeepersof the nation’s best. DENIED: Toni Cronk makes a save during her time as Hocke
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
of the nation’s best. DENIED: Toni Cronk makes a save during her time as Hockeyroos goalkeeper. She will run clinics in Bathurst this weekend. This weekend the talented shot-blocker who played 135 internationals for the Hockeyroos will be in... Read more
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Western Advocate
Kelso bus bay boost opensfrom the NSW Government, through Roads and Maritime Services, the design, plann
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
from the NSW Government, through Roads and Maritime Services, the design, planning and application for funding came from Bathurst Regional Council, the application was supported by schools and P and F groups throughout the city and the local bus... Read more
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Western Advocate
This Christmas, share the joy of giving lessfor landfill. But if you really need to buy a stocking filler, Curing Affluenz
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
for landfill. But if you really need to buy a stocking filler, Curing Affluenza might be just the thing for a relative or friend this Christmas! Tracy Sorensen is president of Bathurst Community Climate Action Network. Visit www.bcc... Read more
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Western Advocate
Griffith hopes to strike for Thunder on a familiar wicketHOWELL Oval – it is a ground that Lisa Griffith knows well and where the Bathur
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
HOWELL Oval – it is a ground that Lisa Griffith knows well and where the Bathurst all-rounder will be looking to claim her maiden Women’s Big Bash League wicket this Saturday. ON THE HUNT: Lisa Griffith (right) is looking for a WBBL wicket. Over... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bugg moves to Cowra after big year for the Bathurst PanthersJoey Bugg’s services for 2018. The 2017 Group 10 reserve grade player of the y
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
Joey Bugg’s services for 2018. The 2017 Group 10 reserve grade player of the year has linked with his junior club from Bathurst Panthers, the chance to play alongside his cousins Warren Williams and Desi Doolan also a contributing factor to him... Read more
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Western Advocate
Queanbeyan-Palerang is seeking Bathurst advice on NRL hostingCOME next May, rugby league fans in Bathurst will be treated to an NRL clash be
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
COME next May, rugby league fans in Bathurst will be treated to an NRL clash between the Penrith Panthers and North Queensland Cowboys at Carrington Park. NRL ACTION: Bathurst is lucky to host an annual NRL match. That fixture will continue... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Why there's no place like home for the holidayswhat everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 2 days ago
what everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold Pilling lived among the the Tiwi People of Bathurst Island off the coast of Northern Australia during the 1920s. They noted that the Tiwi thought their island was the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Tiger snake slithers on inside for a chillIT’S not just humans who are trying to escape the heat in Bathurst this week.
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
IT’S not just humans who are trying to escape the heat in Bathurst this week. Recently, a 1.2 metre tiger snake was caught after it took up residence in a horse stable at Tyers Park Racecourse. These reptiles have a fearsome reputation and their... Read more
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Western Advocate
Robinson’s hat-trick is the students’ rugby sevens highlightof the day, we started to gel well together,” he said. “The standard of play w
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
of the day, we started to gel well together,” he said. “The standard of play was quite high. The teams were from Orange, Bathurst, the Mountains and Sydney. Every team wanted to win and played competitively, however, each team showed great... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
The Next Ones Podcast: Selecting Canada's WJC teamRumble, joins Jeff and Sam to preview the CHL Saturday Showcase on Sportsnet th
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 2 days ago
Rumble, joins Jeff and Sam to preview the CHL Saturday Showcase on Sportsnet this week between the Wildcats and Acadie-Bathurst Titans. • Carter Hart completes the CHL goalie of the week hat-trick by earning the honours for a third consecutive... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Why there's no place like home for the holidayswhat everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 2 days ago
what everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold Pilling lived among the the Tiwi People of Bathurst Island off the coast of Northern Australia during the 1920s. They noted that the Tiwi thought their island was the... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
Why there's no place like home for the holidayswhat everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 2 days ago
what everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold Pilling lived among the the Tiwi People of Bathurst Island off the coast of Northern Australia during the 1920s. They noted that the Tiwi thought their island was the... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
Why there's no place like home for the holidayswhat everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 2 days ago
what everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold Pilling lived among the the Tiwi People of Bathurst Island off the coast of Northern Australia during the 1920s. They noted that the Tiwi thought their island was the... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Why there's no place like home for the holidayswhat everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 2 days ago
what everything else revolves around. Anthropologists Charles Hart and Arnold Pilling lived among the the Tiwi People of Bathurst Island off the coast of Northern Australia during the 1920s. They noted that the Tiwi thought their island was the... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
City lifestyle hot demandWATERmarque homes are priced from $500,000-plus up to the high $700,000s. And
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 days ago
WATERmarque homes are priced from $500,000-plus up to the high $700,000s. And finally, in the heart of the city, Bathurst Street’s The Commons Hobart is another example of the public’s excitement for city development. Designed by Hobart... Read more
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News.com.au
City lifestyle hot demandWATERmarque homes are priced from $500,000-plus up to the high $700,000s. And
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
WATERmarque homes are priced from $500,000-plus up to the high $700,000s. And finally, in the heart of the city, Bathurst Street’s The Commons Hobart is another example of the public’s excitement for city development. Designed by Hobart... Read more
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