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Sky News Australia
Shorten shuts down talk of energy dealto let the government off. They have cooked up a bunch of headlines and thought
Sky News Australia / Posted 38 minutes ago
to let the government off. They have cooked up a bunch of headlines and thought bubbles,' Mr Shorten told reporters in Canberra on Thursday. 'This is a plan with no detail. It's a headline without a story.' The opposition leader says Labor is... Read more
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The Age
WorkSafe drop Gungahlin Drive Extension bridge collapse prosecutionThe scene of a bridge which collapsed on the Gungahlin Drive Extension, over Ba
The Age / Posted 53 minutes ago
The scene of a bridge which collapsed on the Gungahlin Drive Extension, over Barton Highway in North Canberra. 14th August 2010. Photo by Lannon Harley. Photo: Lannon Harley Canberra's safety watchdog will not launch a prosecution over a bridge... Read more
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The Age
eBikes feature among diverse exhibitors at Canberra Home and Leisure ShowCanberrans are more likely to cycle than any other Australians, and they're als
The Age / Posted 53 minutes ago
Canberrans are more likely to cycle than any other Australians, and they're also getting behind the latest eBike trend. According to Simone Annis from Switched on Cycles, eBikes have taken off in popularity in Canberra over recent years. Switched... Read more
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The Age
Christopher Oates exhibition Infrastructure at M16 Artspace in CanberraThe Bowen Place Crossing in Canberra has been lauded with all kinds of architec
The Age / Posted 53 minutes ago
The Bowen Place Crossing in Canberra has been lauded with all kinds of architectural awards but we're pretty sure this is the first time the stunning landmark has been immortalised in paint. Christopher Oates' rendering of the funky crossing on the... Read more
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The Age
Julie Bishop reveals 'unprecedented' letter from North Korea, says pressure is working diplomatic relations with North Korea, but has not had an embassy in Pyongyang
The Age / Posted 53 minutes ago
diplomatic relations with North Korea, but has not had an embassy in Pyongyang since 1974, while North Korea closed its embassy in Canberra in 2008. The last two applications to send Australian diplomats from Seoul have been refused, Dr Graham s... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
WorkSafe drop Gungahlin Drive Extension bridge collapse prosecutionThe scene of a bridge which collapsed on the Gungahlin Drive Extension, over Ba
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 55 minutes ago
The scene of a bridge which collapsed on the Gungahlin Drive Extension, over Barton Highway in North Canberra. 14th August 2010. Photo by Lannon Harley. Photo: Lannon Harley Canberra's safety watchdog will not launch a prosecution over a bridge... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Christopher Oates exhibition Infrastructure at M16 Artspace in CanberraThe Bowen Place Crossing in Canberra has been lauded with all kinds of architec
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 55 minutes ago
The Bowen Place Crossing in Canberra has been lauded with all kinds of architectural awards but we're pretty sure this is the first time the stunning landmark has been immortalised in paint. Christopher Oates' rendering of the funky crossing on the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
eBikes feature among diverse exhibitors at Canberra Home and Leisure ShowCanberrans are more likely to cycle than any other Australians, and they're als
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 55 minutes ago
Canberrans are more likely to cycle than any other Australians, and they're also getting behind the latest eBike trend. According to Simone Annis from Switched on Cycles, eBikes have taken off in popularity in Canberra over recent years. Switched... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Julie Bishop reveals 'unprecedented' letter from North Korea, says pressure is working diplomatic relations with North Korea, but has not had an embassy in Pyongyang
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 55 minutes ago
diplomatic relations with North Korea, but has not had an embassy in Pyongyang since 1974, while North Korea closed its embassy in Canberra in 2008. The last two applications to send Australian diplomats from Seoul have been refused, Dr Graham s... Read more
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Manning River Times
Julie Bishop reveals 'unprecedented' letter from North Koreadiplomatic relations with North Korea, but has not had an embassy in Pyongyang
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
diplomatic relations with North Korea, but has not had an embassy in Pyongyang since 1974, while North Korea closed its embassy in Canberra in 2008. The last two applications to send Australian diplomats from Seoul have been refused, Dr Graham s... Read more
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The North West Star
Julie Bishop reveals 'unprecedented' letter from North Koreadiplomatic relations with North Korea, but has not had an embassy in Pyongyang
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
diplomatic relations with North Korea, but has not had an embassy in Pyongyang since 1974, while North Korea closed its embassy in Canberra in 2008. The last two applications to send Australian diplomats from Seoul have been refused, Dr Graham s... Read more
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The Border Mail
Julie Bishop reveals 'unprecedented' letter from North Koreadiplomatic relations with North Korea, but has not had an embassy in Pyongyang
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
diplomatic relations with North Korea, but has not had an embassy in Pyongyang since 1974, while North Korea closed its embassy in Canberra in 2008. The last two applications to send Australian diplomats from Seoul have been refused, Dr Graham s... Read more
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The Border Mail
Fairfax Media picks up slew of Walkley Award nominationsnominations in the cartoon category. The Age's Matt Golding was recognised for
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
nominations in the cartoon category. The Age's Matt Golding was recognised for "The Sensible Centre", David Pope from The Canberra Times got a nod for "Murray-Darling Nation" and The Sydney Morning Herald's Cathy Wilcox for "Low-cost housing,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Unsupported trench on light rail project a safety hazard: WorkSafecollapsed onto a worker's legs after heavy rain in May. WorkSafe attended that
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
collapsed onto a worker's legs after heavy rain in May. WorkSafe attended that incident and took no further action as Canberra Metro had installed shoring to prevent further collapse. It will be the second safety infringement issued by... Read more
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The Age
Unsupported trench on light rail project a safety hazard: WorkSafecollapsed onto a worker's legs after heavy rain in May. WorkSafe attended that
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
collapsed onto a worker's legs after heavy rain in May. WorkSafe attended that incident and took no further action as Canberra Metro had installed shoring to prevent further collapse. It will be the second safety infringement issued by... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ANU research says women who see themselves as wealthy more likely to have boysof male births. Erandi Kulasekera with her two sons, Mathuka Mohottala, 3, and
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
of male births. Erandi Kulasekera with her two sons, Mathuka Mohottala, 3, and her two-day-old unnamed newborn at the Canberra Hospital. Photo: Rohan Thomson Researchers examined a data sample of 5000 Australian births over 12 years. They... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Former child soldier now a UOW young alumniin Australia which supports such non-profit organisations as OzHarvest, Ronald
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 hours ago
in Australia which supports such non-profit organisations as OzHarvest, Ronald McDonald House, and the Kiln Incubator in Canberra. The Alumni Award for Research and Innovation went to Dr John Best, best known internationally for helping... Read more
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The Age
ANU research says women who see themselves as wealthy more likely to have boysof male births. Erandi Kulasekera with her two sons, Mathuka Mohottala, 3, and
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
of male births. Erandi Kulasekera with her two sons, Mathuka Mohottala, 3, and her two-day-old unnamed newborn at the Canberra Hospital. Photo: Rohan Thomson Researchers examined a data sample of 5000 Australian births over 12 years. They... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Landlady films 'ghost of girl killed by car outside haunted pub speaking to her'chilling moment (Image: Caters News Agency)Read More The historic Bodalla Arms
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 hours ago
chilling moment (Image: Caters News Agency)Read More The historic Bodalla Arms has stood in Bodalla, nearly 124 miles from Canberra, since 1875 but Michelle and her husband Nick took over the pub in 2014. Since she shared the footage on social... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Australian car making to end soon with GM plant closingCANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The Australian auto manufacturing era is about to en
Greenwich Time / Posted 3 hours ago
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The Australian auto manufacturing era is about to end after more than 90 years when General Motors Co.'s last Holden sedan rolls off the production line in the industrial city of Adelaide on Friday. The nation has already... Read more
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Manning River Times
Fairfax Media picks up slew of Walkley Award nominationsnominations in the cartoon category. The Age's Matt Golding was recognised for
Manning River Times / Posted 3 hours ago
nominations in the cartoon category. The Age's Matt Golding was recognised for "The Sensible Centre", David Pope from The Canberra Times got a nod for "Murray-Darling Nation" and The Sydney Morning Herald's Cathy Wilcox for "Low-cost housing,... Read more
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The News-Times
Australian car making to end soon with GM plant closingCANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The Australian auto manufacturing era is about to en
The News-Times / Posted 3 hours ago
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The Australian auto manufacturing era is about to end after more than 90 years when General Motors Co.'s last Holden sedan rolls off the production line in the industrial city of Adelaide on Friday. The nation has already... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Australian car making to end soon with GM plant closingCANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The Australian auto manufacturing era is about to en
The Middletown Press / Posted 3 hours ago
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The Australian auto manufacturing era is about to end after more than 90 years when General Motors Co.'s last Holden sedan rolls off the production line in the industrial city of Adelaide on Friday. The nation has already... Read more
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Sussex Express
Record-breaking Howl-O-Ween event for Sussex dogsrecord for most dogs in bandanas, which means they’ll have to beat the current
Sussex Express / Posted 3 hours ago
record for most dogs in bandanas, which means they’ll have to beat the current record of 764, achieved by RSPCA ACT, in Canberra, Australia, on May 17 2015. The Hove Park festival will include music, food stalls and face painting at the... Read more
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The North West Star
Fairfax Media picks up slew of Walkley Award nominationsnominations in the cartoon category. The Age's Matt Golding was recognised for
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
nominations in the cartoon category. The Age's Matt Golding was recognised for "The Sensible Centre", David Pope from The Canberra Times got a nod for "Murray-Darling Nation" and The Sydney Morning Herald's Cathy Wilcox for "Low-cost housing,... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Australian car making to end soon with GM plant closingCANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The Australian auto manufacturing era is about to en
Stamford Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The Australian auto manufacturing era is about to end after more than 90 years when General Motors Co.'s last Holden sedan rolls off the production line in the industrial city of Adelaide on Friday. The nation has already... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Record-breaking Howl-O-Ween event for Sussex dogsrecord for most dogs in bandanas, which means they’ll have to beat the current
Chichester Observer / Posted 3 hours ago
record for most dogs in bandanas, which means they’ll have to beat the current record of 764, achieved by RSPCA ACT, in Canberra, Australia, on May 17 2015. The Hove Park festival will include music, food stalls and face painting at the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Australian car making to end soon with GM plant closingCANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The Australian auto manufacturing era is about to en
Connecticut Post / Posted 3 hours ago
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The Australian auto manufacturing era is about to end after more than 90 years when General Motors Co.'s last Holden sedan rolls off the production line in the industrial city of Adelaide on Friday. The nation has already... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Fairfax Media picks up slew of Walkley Award nominationsnominations in the cartoon category. The Age's Matt Golding was recognised for
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
nominations in the cartoon category. The Age's Matt Golding was recognised for "The Sensible Centre", David Pope from The Canberra Times got a nod for "Murray-Darling Nation" and The Sydney Morning Herald's Cathy Wilcox for "Low-cost housing,... Read more
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The Age
Fairfax Media picks up slew of Walkley Award nominationsnominations in the cartoon category. The Age's Matt Golding was recognised for
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
nominations in the cartoon category. The Age's Matt Golding was recognised for "The Sensible Centre", David Pope from The Canberra Times got a nod for "Murray-Darling Nation" and The Sydney Morning Herald's Cathy Wilcox for "Low-cost housing,... Read more
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The Age
Former ACT Brumbies prop Dan Palmer finds balance in life for Wallabies scrum jobof joining the Wallabies on an interim basis and juggle his end of university e
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
of joining the Wallabies on an interim basis and juggle his end of university exams for a science and psychology degree in Canberra. Palmer is considering furthering his studies next year and Wallabies details are still being ironed out, but it's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Former ACT Brumbies prop Dan Palmer finds balance in life for Wallabies scrum jobof joining the Wallabies on an interim basis and juggle his end of university e
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
of joining the Wallabies on an interim basis and juggle his end of university exams for a science and psychology degree in Canberra. Palmer is considering furthering his studies next year and Wallabies details are still being ironed out, but it's... Read more
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Western Advocate
At 21, film festival moves forward by looking backOmar Sharif starred in the 1965 movie version of Doctor Zhivago The Canberra I
Western Advocate / Posted 4 hours ago
Omar Sharif starred in the 1965 movie version of Doctor Zhivago The Canberra International Film Festival 2017. Arc Cinema, National Film and Sound Archive. October 26-November 5. ciff.com.au. The Canberra International Film Festival turns 21 this... Read more
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Manning River Times
World War II movie has Australian premiere at CIFFage of 72. His film Star Sand, which he also adapted from his novel, will have
Manning River Times / Posted 5 hours ago
age of 72. His film Star Sand, which he also adapted from his novel, will have its Australian premiere this month at the Canberra International Film Festival. Star Sand takes place during the Battle of Okinawa in April 1945 when a young Japanese... Read more
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Manning River Times
At 21, film festival moves forward by looking backThis year's Canberra International Film Festival will include a major retrospec
Manning River Times / Posted 5 hours ago
This year's Canberra International Film Festival will include a major retrospective component. The Canberra International Film Festival 2017. Arc Cinema, National Film and Sound Archive. October 26-November 5. ciff.com.au. The Canberra... Read more
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Gulf News
Australian govt pushes easier language test for new citizensGovernment was prepared to reduce its proposed English-language skill threshold
Gulf News / Posted 5 hours ago
Government was prepared to reduce its proposed English-language skill threshold from “competent” to “modest” CANBERRA, Australia: The Australian government said Thursday it was prepared to relax its proposed English language test for new citizens as... Read more
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The North West Star
World War II movie has Australian premiere at CIFFage of 72. His film Star Sand, which he also adapted from his novel, will have
The North West Star / Posted 5 hours ago
age of 72. His film Star Sand, which he also adapted from his novel, will have its Australian premiere this month at the Canberra International Film Festival. Star Sand takes place during the Battle of Okinawa in April 1945 when a young Japanese... Read more
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The North West Star
At 21, film festival moves forward by looking backThis year's Canberra International Film Festival will include a major retrospec
The North West Star / Posted 5 hours ago
This year's Canberra International Film Festival will include a major retrospective component. The Canberra International Film Festival 2017. Arc Cinema, National Film and Sound Archive. October 26-November 5. ciff.com.au. The Canberra... Read more
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Daily Liberal
At 21, film festival moves forward by looking backOmar Sharif starred in the 1965 movie version of Doctor Zhivago The Canberra I
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 hours ago
Omar Sharif starred in the 1965 movie version of Doctor Zhivago The Canberra International Film Festival 2017. Arc Cinema, National Film and Sound Archive. October 26-November 5. ciff.com.au. The Canberra International Film Festival turns 21 this... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Year of #CensusFail: $24m blow-out, bad media and hundreds of injuriesmissed targets and people hit by moving objects Photo:ABS chief statistician D
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
missed targets and people hit by moving objects Photo:ABS chief statistician David Kalisch during a press conference in Canberra, August 3, 2016(ABC: Marco Catalano) Staff at the Australian Bureau of Statistics endured hundreds of mental and... Read more
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The Border Mail
At 21, film festival moves forward by looking backOmar Sharif starred in the 1965 movie version of Doctor Zhivago The Canberra I
The Border Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
Omar Sharif starred in the 1965 movie version of Doctor Zhivago The Canberra International Film Festival 2017. Arc Cinema, National Film and Sound Archive. October 26-November 5. ciff.com.au. The Canberra International Film Festival turns 21 this... Read more
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The Courier
At 21, film festival moves forward by looking backOmar Sharif starred in the 1965 movie version of Doctor Zhivago The Canberra I
The Courier / Posted 5 hours ago
Omar Sharif starred in the 1965 movie version of Doctor Zhivago The Canberra International Film Festival 2017. Arc Cinema, National Film and Sound Archive. October 26-November 5. ciff.com.au. The Canberra International Film Festival turns 21 this... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The Canberra International Film Festival at the National Film and Sound ArchiveThe Canberra International Film Festival 2017. Arc Cinema, National Film and So
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
The Canberra International Film Festival 2017. Arc Cinema, National Film and Sound Archive. October 26-November 5. ciff.com.au. The Canberra International Film Festival turns 21 this year. Festival director Andrew Pike says, "We've come of... Read more
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The Age
The Canberra International Film Festival at the National Film and Sound ArchiveThe Canberra International Film Festival 2017. Arc Cinema, National Film and So
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
The Canberra International Film Festival 2017. Arc Cinema, National Film and Sound Archive. October 26-November 5. ciff.com.au. The Canberra International Film Festival turns 21 this year. Festival director Andrew Pike says, "We've come of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Roger Pulvers' Star Sand premieres at Canberra International Film Festivalage of 72. His film Star Sand, which he also adapted from his novel, will have
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
age of 72. His film Star Sand, which he also adapted from his novel, will have its Australian premiere this month at the Canberra International Film Festival. Star Sand: Shinnosuke Mitsushima and Brandon McClelland. Photo: Supplied Star Sand... Read more
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The Age
Roger Pulvers' Star Sand premieres at Canberra International Film Festivalage of 72. His film Star Sand, which he also adapted from his novel, will have
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
age of 72. His film Star Sand, which he also adapted from his novel, will have its Australian premiere this month at the Canberra International Film Festival. Star Sand: Shinnosuke Mitsushima and Brandon McClelland. Photo: Supplied Star Sand... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
First look: Patisserie and cafe Passiontree Velvet at Canberra CentreCanberra Centre's new-ish beauty precinct was already stocked to the brim with
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
Canberra Centre's new-ish beauty precinct was already stocked to the brim with colourful rows of treats of the makeup kind, and now it also has them in the edible kind with the opening of patisserie and cafe Passiontree Velvet. If you've walked... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Kevin Rudd live on stage in Canberra talking about his autobiographyprime minister Kevin Rudd will be in conversation with journalist Stan Grant at
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
prime minister Kevin Rudd will be in conversation with journalist Stan Grant at the Australian National University in Canberra later this month. The focus at the free October 27 event at Llewellyn Hall will be Rudd's autobiography, Not for... Read more
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The Age
First look: Patisserie and cafe Passiontree Velvet at Canberra CentreCanberra Centre's new-ish beauty precinct was already stocked to the brim with
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
Canberra Centre's new-ish beauty precinct was already stocked to the brim with colourful rows of treats of the makeup kind, and now it also has them in the edible kind with the opening of patisserie and cafe Passiontree Velvet. If you've walked... Read more
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The Age
Kevin Rudd live on stage in Canberra talking about his autobiographyprime minister Kevin Rudd will be in conversation with journalist Stan Grant at
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
prime minister Kevin Rudd will be in conversation with journalist Stan Grant at the Australian National University in Canberra later this month. The focus at the free October 27 event at Llewellyn Hall will be Rudd's autobiography, Not for... Read more
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