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Daily Liberal
A year after Bourke Street, the city can still hear the echoesThe Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, re
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 hours ago
The Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, reports shots fired in Bourke Street Mall. Photo by Justin McManus?? For a Friday evening on Bourke Street it was quiet, except for the haunting sound of defibrillators... Read more
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The Border Mail
A year after Bourke Street, the city can still hear the echoesThe Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, re
The Border Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
The Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, reports shots fired in Bourke Street Mall. Photo by Justin McManus?? For a Friday evening on Bourke Street it was quiet, except for the haunting sound of defibrillators... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
A year after Bourke Street, the city can still hear the echoesThe Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, re
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 hours ago
The Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, reports shots fired in Bourke Street Mall. Photo by Justin McManus?? For a Friday evening on Bourke Street it was quiet, except for the haunting sound of defibrillators... Read more
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The Courier
A year after Bourke Street, the city can still hear the echoesThe Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, re
The Courier / Posted 3 hours ago
The Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, reports shots fired in Bourke Street Mall. Photo by Justin McManus?? For a Friday evening on Bourke Street it was quiet, except for the haunting sound of defibrillators... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
A year after Bourke Street, the city can still hear the echoesThe Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, re
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 hours ago
The Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, reports shots fired in Bourke Street Mall. Photo by Justin McManus?? For a Friday evening on Bourke Street it was quiet, except for the haunting sound of defibrillators... Read more
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The Age
Rail nightmare: Secret reports reveal fire dangers on Sydney's train networka spokesman said. "The safety of our customers and staff is always our highest
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
a spokesman said. "The safety of our customers and staff is always our highest priority." Like other stations in the CBD, Town Hall is under pressure from rapidly increasing demand. Already, more than 1 million people travel on the city's... Read more
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The Age
Racing's Inglis family on coping with the loss of their daughter OliviaInglis & Son's 150 years, and its 112 years here in this sprawling horse-hub on
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
Inglis & Son's 150 years, and its 112 years here in this sprawling horse-hub only 10 minutes' drive east of Sydney's CBD. The strong winds and rain in no way dampen the enthusiasm of the revellers, who are already aware that this isn't just... Read more
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The Age
Secret reports reveal fire risks on Sydney’s underground rail network, old trainsbureaucrats in a confidential document just over a year ago that fire safety co
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
bureaucrats in a confidential document just over a year ago that fire safety concerns at Town Hall station in the city's CBD needed to be solved "before an incident occurs". A Herald investigation can reveal Town Hall was rated in 2016 the most... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Secret reports reveal fire risks on Sydney’s underground rail network, old trainsbureaucrats in a confidential document just over a year ago that fire safety co
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
bureaucrats in a confidential document just over a year ago that fire safety concerns at Town Hall station in the city's CBD needed to be solved "before an incident occurs". A Herald investigation can reveal Town Hall was rated in 2016 the most... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Rail nightmare: Secret reports reveal fire dangers on Sydney's train networka spokesman said. "The safety of our customers and staff is always our highest
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
a spokesman said. "The safety of our customers and staff is always our highest priority." Like other stations in the CBD, Town Hall is under pressure from rapidly increasing demand. Already, more than 1 million people travel on the city's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Racing's Inglis family on coping with the loss of their daughter OliviaInglis & Son's 150 years, and its 112 years here in this sprawling horse-hub on
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
Inglis & Son's 150 years, and its 112 years here in this sprawling horse-hub only 10 minutes' drive east of Sydney's CBD. The strong winds and rain in no way dampen the enthusiasm of the revellers, who are already aware that this isn't just... Read more
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Western Advocate
A year after Bourke Street, the city can still hear the echoesThe Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, re
Western Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
The Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, reports shots fired in Bourke Street Mall. Photo by Justin McManus?? For a Friday evening on Bourke Street it was quiet, except for the haunting sound of defibrillators... Read more
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Manning River Times
A year after Bourke Street, the city can still hear the echoesThe Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, re
Manning River Times / Posted 3 hours ago
The Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, reports shots fired in Bourke Street Mall. Photo by Justin McManus?? For a Friday evening on Bourke Street it was quiet, except for the haunting sound of defibrillators... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Hot new hotels opening in Qld this yearretreat are among the new accomodation sectors opening in Queensland this year.
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
retreat are among the new accomodation sectors opening in Queensland this year. The first luxury hotel to open in the CBD in 20 years, the W Brisbane, will fling open its doors at 300 George Street (the former site of the supreme courts) on... Read more
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The North West Star
A year after Bourke Street, the city can still hear the echoesThe Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, re
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
The Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, reports shots fired in Bourke Street Mall. Photo by Justin McManus?? For a Friday evening on Bourke Street it was quiet, except for the haunting sound of defibrillators... Read more
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Herald Sun
It’s about to get ‘stinking hot’to the week, with temperatures in the mid 20s (30C in the west), will crank up
Herald Sun / Posted 5 hours ago
to the week, with temperatures in the mid 20s (30C in the west), will crank up as the weekend nears. A high of 30C in the CBD on Thursday will increase to 33C on the weekend. In Penrith and Richmond, in the city’s western suburbs, it’ll be hotter... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘Horrible:’ Family speaks after Open tourists bashedwas on bail, have been charged following the incident and another separate robb
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
was on bail, have been charged following the incident and another separate robbery of three German tourists in Melbourne’s CBD on Wednesday night. Charge sheets allege one intended to cause serious injury and that the victim was “incapacitated”... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Horrible:’ Family speaks after Open tourists bashedwas on bail, have been charged following the incident and another separate robb
News.com.au / Posted 6 hours ago
was on bail, have been charged following the incident and another separate robbery of three German tourists in Melbourne’s CBD on Wednesday night. Charge sheets allege one intended to cause serious injury and that the victim was “incapacitated”... Read more
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The Courier
Ballarat’s top police reveal survey results for the first timethat affect them, with most listing drugs and young criminals as major worries
The Courier / Posted 7 hours ago
that affect them, with most listing drugs and young criminals as major worries and calling for increased patrols across the CBD and suburbs. Inspector Dan Davison, who has been in charge of Ballarat’s frontline police since starting the job in... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
North v South: Which side of Brisbane is best?was in the hills. “When Brisbane was settled residential development was confi
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 7 hours ago
was in the hills. “When Brisbane was settled residential development was confined to the north bank of the river … so the CBD is the first point of settlement and then settlement stretched out along the river,” he said. “The wealthy Brisbanites... Read more
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The Courier Mail
North v South: Which side of Brisbane is best?was in the hills. “When Brisbane was settled residential development was confi
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
was in the hills. “When Brisbane was settled residential development was confined to the north bank of the river … so the CBD is the first point of settlement and then settlement stretched out along the river,” he said. “The wealthy Brisbanites... Read more
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News.com.au
North v South: Which side of Brisbane is best?the streets to asks the people of Brisbane if they prefer the north or south si
News.com.au / Posted 8 hours ago
the streets to asks the people of Brisbane if they prefer the north or south side of the river. An aerial view of Brisbane CBD from the south side suburb of Woolloongabba. Picture: Stadiums QueenslandSource:Supplied IT’S THE perennial question... Read more
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The Border Mail
Apartment owners face $60,000 cladding blowunsafe cladding. Construction firm LU Simon took the Victorian Building Author
The Border Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
unsafe cladding. Construction firm LU Simon took the Victorian Building Authority to court after being ordered to fix six CBD towers it built with cladding believed to be non-compliant. Last month the builder won, with the Supreme Court of... Read more
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Herald Sun
Barefoot blonde caught on CCTV stealing toysA BAREFOOT blonde is wanted over a heartless theft in Melbourne’s CBD. The wom
Herald Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
A BAREFOOT blonde is wanted over a heartless theft in Melbourne’s CBD. The woman, believed to be aged in her 30s, has been captured on CCTV pinching valuable from a St Kilda Rd apartment building carpark about 5.45pm on January 5. A police... Read more
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The Border Mail
Several die as extreme heat sweeps across statethe heat so check on the elderly, and those with existing health problems." Th
The Border Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
the heat so check on the elderly, and those with existing health problems." The mercury topped 40.3 degrees in Melbourne CBD at 2.27pm on Friday, and dropped to 35.8 degrees as the cool change arrived not long after 3pm. Avalon Airport reached a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Apartment owners face $60,000 cladding blow after court ruling protects buildersunsafe cladding. Construction firm LU Simon took the Victorian Building Author
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
unsafe cladding. Construction firm LU Simon took the Victorian Building Authority to court after being ordered to fix six CBD towers it built with cladding believed to be non-compliant. Last month the builder won, with the Supreme Court of... Read more
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The Courier
Mair, Armstrong streets blocked after crash causes 4WD to rollTraffic in Ballarat’s CBD has been thrown into chaos this evening after a crash
The Courier / Posted 9 hours ago
Traffic in Ballarat’s CBD has been thrown into chaos this evening after a crash on the corner of Armstrong and Mair streets, causing a 4WD to roll onto its side. Emergency services were called the smash after 6pm when a BMW sedan collided with a... Read more
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The Age
Apartment owners face $60,000 cladding blow after court ruling protects buildersunsafe cladding. Construction firm LU Simon took the Victorian Building Author
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
unsafe cladding. Construction firm LU Simon took the Victorian Building Authority to court after being ordered to fix six CBD towers it built with cladding believed to be non-compliant. Last month the builder won, with the Supreme Court of... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Blackouts as energy grid teeters amid more weather warningsto hospital for further treatment and observation. Temperatures in Adelaide pe
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 hours ago
to hospital for further treatment and observation. Temperatures in Adelaide peaked at 43.7C on the outskirts of the CBD just before 1pm, higher than the initial estimates of 41C. Temperatures in the north of the state crept above the 45C... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Blackouts as energy grid teeters amid more weather warningsto hospital for further treatment and observation. Temperatures in Adelaide pe
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
to hospital for further treatment and observation. Temperatures in Adelaide peaked at 43.7C on the outskirts of the CBD just before 1pm, higher than the initial estimates of 41C. Temperatures in the north of the state crept above the 45C... Read more
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News.com.au
Blackouts as energy grid teeters amid more weather warningsto hospital for further treatment and observation. Temperatures in Adelaide pe
News.com.au / Posted 9 hours ago
to hospital for further treatment and observation. Temperatures in Adelaide peaked at 43.7C on the outskirts of the CBD just before 1pm, higher than the initial estimates of 41C. Temperatures in the north of the state crept above the 45C... Read more
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News.com.au
Barefoot blonde caught on CCTV stealing toysthey believe can assist with their inquiries after toys, a motorcycle jacket, g
News.com.au / Posted 9 hours ago
they believe can assist with their inquiries after toys, a motorcycle jacket, gloves and other valuables were stolen from a CBD apartment block. Picture: Victoria Police Source:Supplied A BAREFOOT blonde is wanted over a heartless theft in... Read more
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News.com.au
Room to move at half the priceon the market for offers over $550,000. Source:Supplied A HOME with broadband
News.com.au / Posted 9 hours ago
on the market for offers over $550,000. Source:Supplied A HOME with broadband connected on a large 893sq m 10km from the CBD might fetch seven digits in southern capitals, but in Brisbane it can be secured for just over $550,000. The three... Read more
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The Border Mail
Teenagers accused of bashing and robbing Australian Open tourists face courtleaving one US man seriously injured. Five teenagers have been charged followi
The Border Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
leaving one US man seriously injured. Five teenagers have been charged following two separate robberies in Melbourne's CBD on Wednesday night. Police allege in one incident a 52-year-old man and 17-year-old boy, both from the United States,... Read more
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News.com.au
Stepping off a Bourke St tram into chaosbystanders dispersed and the final ambulance victim departed, Melbourne didn't
News.com.au / Posted 11 hours ago
bystanders dispersed and the final ambulance victim departed, Melbourne didn't return to normal. With many workplaces closing early and much of the CBD segmented by police tape, the city centre was mute at 5pm. The chaos had turned to eerie silen... Read more
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News.com.au
Bourke St workers remember deadly rampagestopped him." Alleged driver Dimitrious Gargasoulas is accused of killing six
News.com.au / Posted 11 hours ago
stopped him." Alleged driver Dimitrious Gargasoulas is accused of killing six people and injuring dozens more along the CBD shopping strip on January 20 last year. Sam Harun, at a nearby street kiosk, saw the car turn down Bourke Street, and he... Read more
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Canberra Times
Your guide to Optus Stadium Open Dayticket-holders are reminded to use public transport, with a shuttle bus from El
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
ticket-holders are reminded to use public transport, with a shuttle bus from Elizabeth Quay running all day. A CBD shuttle (Route 661) will run between Elizabeth Quay bus station via Adelaide Terrace and St Georges Terrace. Buses will... Read more
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Canberra Times
Many victims yet to return to work a year after Bourke Street tragedyPhoto: Arsineh Houspian A year ago on Saturday, a car mowed down dozens of ped
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
Photo: Arsineh Houspian A year ago on Saturday, a car mowed down dozens of pedestrians in the heart of Melbourne's CBD, killing six people and leaving many more injured physically and psychologically. Since then, $4.88 million has been... Read more
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The Age
Victims yet to return to work a year after Bourke Street tragedyPhoto: Arsineh Houspian A year ago on Saturday, a car mowed down dozens of ped
The Age / Posted 12 hours ago
Photo: Arsineh Houspian A year ago on Saturday, a car mowed down dozens of pedestrians in the heart of Melbourne's CBD, killing six people and leaving many more injured physically and psychologically. Since then, $4.88 million has been... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Victims yet to return to work a year after Bourke Street tragedyPhoto: Arsineh Houspian A year ago on Saturday, a car mowed down dozens of ped
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
Photo: Arsineh Houspian A year ago on Saturday, a car mowed down dozens of pedestrians in the heart of Melbourne's CBD, killing six people and leaving many more injured physically and psychologically. Since then, $4.88 million has been... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Problems with your phone? Here’s whyissue that’s affecting Brisbane’s mobile phone services. Optus has a number ‘s
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
issue that’s affecting Brisbane’s mobile phone services. Optus has a number ‘spot fires’ across Brisbane including Bowen Hills, Fortitude Valley and the CBD where “planned work” may be affecting services. Optus has also been contacted for com... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Teenagers accused of bashing and robbing Australian Open tourists face courtleaving one US man seriously injured. Five teenagers have been charged followi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
leaving one US man seriously injured. Five teenagers have been charged following two separate robberies in Melbourne's CBD on Wednesday night. A group of teenage boys have faced court accused of bashing and robbing tourists visiting Melbourne... Read more
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The Age
Teenagers accused of bashing and robbing Australian Open tourists face courtleaving one US man seriously injured. Five teenagers have been charged followi
The Age / Posted 13 hours ago
leaving one US man seriously injured. Five teenagers have been charged following two separate robberies in Melbourne's CBD on Wednesday night. A group of teenage boys have faced court accused of bashing and robbing tourists visiting Melbourne... Read more
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The Border Mail
Supercars star David Reynolds flies the flag for a Border racesaid. “There’s obviously a lot of talks about the economic influence it has as
The Border Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
said. “There’s obviously a lot of talks about the economic influence it has as well. “The closer you have it to the CBD, the better the shops do as well and all the hotels. “It’s never a bad thing I don’t think, but there’s a lot of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Your guide to Optus Stadium Open Dayticket-holders are reminded to use public transport, with a shuttle bus from El
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
ticket-holders are reminded to use public transport, with a shuttle bus from Elizabeth Quay running all day. A CBD shuttle (Route 661) will run between Elizabeth Quay bus station via Adelaide Terrace and St Georges Terrace. Buses will... Read more
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WA Today
Heading to Optus Stadium Open Day? Leave the car at hometicket-holders are reminded to use public transport, with a shuttle bus from El
WA Today / Posted 15 hours ago
ticket-holders are reminded to use public transport, with a shuttle bus from Elizabeth Quay running all day. A CBD shuttle (Route 661) will run between Elizabeth Quay bus station via Adelaide Terrace and St Georges Terrace. Buses will... Read more
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The Age
Your guide to Optus Stadium Open Dayticket-holders are reminded to use public transport, with a shuttle bus from El
The Age / Posted 15 hours ago
ticket-holders are reminded to use public transport, with a shuttle bus from Elizabeth Quay running all day. A CBD shuttle (Route 661) will run between Elizabeth Quay bus station via Adelaide Terrace and St Georges Terrace. Buses will... Read more
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The Border Mail
'What if?' How the Bourke Street tragedy forever changed the way we look at our streetsThe Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, re
The Border Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
The Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, reports shots fired in Bourke Street Mall. Red car believed to be car police were chasing.?? Photo by Justin McManus?? Crowds still gather at the floral tribute memorial... Read more
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The Courier
'What if?' How the Bourke Street tragedy forever changed the way we look at our streetsThe Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, re
The Courier / Posted 16 hours ago
The Age 20/1/2017?? Police chase driver in Melbourne's CBD, pedestrians hit, reports shots fired in Bourke Street Mall. Red car believed to be car police were chasing.?? Photo by Justin McManus?? Crowds still gather at the floral tribute memorial... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
New Orleans Locals, Visitors Dealing With Boil Order, Low Water Pressurerestaurants closing down and now no water. It's been interesting," Morgan said.
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 16 hours ago
restaurants closing down and now no water. It's been interesting," Morgan said. "That's for sure." The NOPSI Hotel in the CBD is also having problems. Thursday morning, there was no water coming out of the tap at the bar in the hotel lobby. GM... Read more
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