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Canberra Times
National Maritime Museum exhibit shows how shipping containers shaped the world Who doesn't love cheap beer? It was the chance to make money by selling beer to
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
Who doesn't love cheap beer? It was the chance to make money by selling beer to consumers at 6 per cent of the previous cost that partly motivated a millionaire North Carolina trucker called Malcolm McLean to pioneer the use of containerisation,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
National Maritime Museum exhibit shows how shipping containers shaped the world Who doesn't love cheap beer? It was the chance to make money by selling beer to
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
Who doesn't love cheap beer? It was the chance to make money by selling beer to consumers at 6 per cent of the previous cost that partly motivated a millionaire North Carolina trucker called Malcolm McLean to pioneer the use of containerisation,... Read more
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The Age
National Maritime Museum exhibit shows how shipping containers shaped the world Who doesn't love cheap beer? It was the chance to make money by selling beer to
The Age / Posted 15 hours ago
Who doesn't love cheap beer? It was the chance to make money by selling beer to consumers at 6 per cent of the previous cost that partly motivated a millionaire North Carolina trucker called Malcolm McLean to pioneer the use of containerisation,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Where is the sense in reducing speed limit?with reducing the speed limit for motor vehicles when cyclists will continue at
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
with reducing the speed limit for motor vehicles when cyclists will continue at their usual speed? It’s just a fact that Australia has a large native and introduced number of animals including kangaroos, sheep, cattle, goats, birdlife etc and... Read more
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News.com.au
Is this Adelaide’s most retro home?Notice anything interesting about the wallpaper? Source:Supplied SOUTH Austra
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
Notice anything interesting about the wallpaper? Source:Supplied SOUTH Australia has no shortage of character homes but this retro former farmhouse in Paralowie has a ‘70s interior that must be seen to be believed. Boasting a drab earth toned... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Burning effigy ushers in Diwalifind a match for that, please try again Breaking News Entertainmentnav_small_
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
find a match for that, please try again Breaking News Entertainmentnav_small_right Miranda Devine Piers Akerman Game of Moans Breaking News MoneySaver HQ Small Business Relationships Trades and Services Adult Services General... Read more
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Weekly Times
Topical plan for tropicsVISIT tropical Queensland and you will not find too many cattle feedlots. But
Weekly Times / Posted 5 days ago
VISIT tropical Queensland and you will not find too many cattle feedlots. But Stewart Borg — who has a 2400ha cropping and Brahman cattle property at ­Sarina, near Mackay — is about to change that situation. The 33-year-old has been awarded a 2018... Read more
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Manning River Times
Union wants Airservices Australia to release foam recordsFederal government agency Airservices Australia has rejected calls for the rele
Manning River Times / Posted 6 days ago
Federal government agency Airservices Australia has rejected calls for the release of foam records. Federal government agency Airservices Australia has rejected calls from a key firefighters union for the release of records related to the use of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Union wants Airservices Australia to release foam recordsMelbourne's Tullamarine airport in 1998, supplied by the United Firefighters Un
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 days ago
Melbourne's Tullamarine airport in 1998, supplied by the United Firefighters Union. Federal government agency Airservices Australia has rejected calls from a key firefighters union for the release of records related to the use of foams containing... Read more
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Canberra Times
Union wants Airservices Australia to release foam recordsFederal government agency Airservices Australia has rejected calls from a key f
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
Federal government agency Airservices Australia has rejected calls from a key firefighters union for the release of records related to the use of foams containing toxic chemicals. The aviation branch of the United Firefighters Union last week called... Read more
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The Border Mail
Union wants Airservices Australia to release foam recordsMelbourne's Tullamarine airport in 1998, supplied by the United Firefighters Un
The Border Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Melbourne's Tullamarine airport in 1998, supplied by the United Firefighters Union. Federal government agency Airservices Australia has rejected calls from a key firefighters union for the release of records related to the use of foams containing... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Union wants Airservices Australia to release foam recordsMelbourne's Tullamarine airport in 1998, supplied by the United Firefighters Un
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
Melbourne's Tullamarine airport in 1998, supplied by the United Firefighters Union. Federal government agency Airservices Australia has rejected calls from a key firefighters union for the release of records related to the use of foams containing... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Union wants Airservices Australia to release foam recordsMelbourne's Tullamarine airport in 1998, supplied by the United Firefighters Un
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
Melbourne's Tullamarine airport in 1998, supplied by the United Firefighters Union. Federal government agency Airservices Australia has rejected calls from a key firefighters union for the release of records related to the use of foams containing... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Union wants Airservices Australia to release foam recordsFederal government agency Airservices Australia has rejected calls from a key f
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Federal government agency Airservices Australia has rejected calls from a key firefighters union for the release of records related to the use of foams containing toxic chemicals. The aviation branch of the United Firefighters Union last week called... Read more
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The Age
Union wants Airservices Australia to release foam recordsFederal government agency Airservices Australia has rejected calls from a key f
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
Federal government agency Airservices Australia has rejected calls from a key firefighters union for the release of records related to the use of foams containing toxic chemicals. The aviation branch of the United Firefighters Union last week called... Read more
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The Border Mail
Weekender: How the One City saga unfolded on the BorderSigns of anger: Merger opponents, including past and future councillors Bill Bu
The Border Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Signs of anger: Merger opponents, including past and future councillors Bill Buckpitt and Ross Coyle, outside the Wodonga Civic Centre in June 2001. A PLAN to amalgamate Albury and Wodonga councils hit its strongest hurdle on the site where the two... Read more
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Weekly Times
Divided on need for new regulationsFARM biosecurity is the focus of new industry regulations for livestock produce
Weekly Times / Posted 10 days ago
FARM biosecurity is the focus of new industry regulations for livestock producers but some farmers describe the system as bureaucratic overkill. From October 1 cattle producers need to file a Farm Biosecurity Plan to maintain their Johne’s disease... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Charged up: abattoir giant to be slugged with higher water coststhan 650 people in the Tamworth region. ABATTOIR giant, Teys, is set to pay 20
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 days ago
than 650 people in the Tamworth region. ABATTOIR giant, Teys, is set to pay 20 per cent more for water in Tamworth after council voted to increase its charges. The move was endorsed by Tamworth Regional Councillors at this week’s meeting in a... Read more
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The North West Star
Labor pandering to One Nation could turn up the heat on energy crisisThe decision to jump on board the policy of banning further gas development in
The North West Star / Posted 11 days ago
The decision to jump on board the policy of banning further gas development in the Cooper Basin could hurt the regions ... and put lights out in Brisbane. While Annastacia Palaszczuk has publicly claimed that she won't do any deals with One Nation,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Labor pandering to One Nation could turn up the heat on energy crisisto them on policy to win preferences. A case in point is Labor's recent decisi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
to them on policy to win preferences. A case in point is Labor's recent decision to jump on board One Nation’s policy of banning further gas development in the Cooper Basin in south-west Queensland. Gas from the Cooper Basin provides the... Read more
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The Age
Labor pandering to One Nation could turn up the heat on energy crisisto them on policy to win preferences. A case in point is Labor's recent decisi
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
to them on policy to win preferences. A case in point is Labor's recent decision to jump on board One Nation’s policy of banning further gas development in the Cooper Basin in south-west Queensland. Gas from the Cooper Basin provides the... Read more
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WA Today
Australia softens Rohingya UN resolution to accusations of 'whitewashing'Bangkok: The Turnbull government has insisted on softening a United Nations res
WA Today / Posted 24 days ago
Bangkok: The Turnbull government has insisted on softening a United Nations resolution on atrocities against Rohingya Muslims despite mounting evidence that Human Rights Watch says amounts to crimes against humanity. In closed-door negotiations at... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australia insists on rewording Rohingya UN resolution to accusations of 'whitewashing'Bangkok: The Turnbull government has insisted on softening a United Nations res
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
Bangkok: The Turnbull government has insisted on softening a United Nations resolution on atrocities against Rohingya Muslims despite mounting evidence that Human Rights Watch says amounts to crimes against humanity. In closed-door negotiations at... Read more
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The Age
Australia insists on rewording Rohingya UN resolution to accusations of 'whitewashing'Bangkok: The Turnbull government has insisted on softening a United Nations res
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
Bangkok: The Turnbull government has insisted on softening a United Nations resolution on atrocities against Rohingya Muslims despite mounting evidence that Human Rights Watch says amounts to crimes against humanity. In closed-door negotiations at... Read more
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Weekly Times
No stranger to crisis plots course for ADFMAJOR industry crisis, rebel lobby groups and restructure — David Inall has liv
Weekly Times / Posted 26 days ago
MAJOR industry crisis, rebel lobby groups and restructure — David Inall has lived it all. As the former Cattle Council chief executive, Meat and Livestock Australia/Livecorp livestock export manager and US United Egg Producers senior vice president,... Read more
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The North West Star
Light horse charge recreatedin the first World War and last Thursday, Winton got a chance to watch history
The North West Star / Posted 27 days ago
in the first World War and last Thursday, Winton got a chance to watch history in action, when over 50 mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Horse charge that helped change the course of the war. Confronting: After a... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Light Horse charge recreatedDozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Hors
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
Dozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Horse charge in outback Queensland. Confronting: After a gallop across the plains, the re-enactment troop halted and drew their mock bayonets to salute onlookers at the... Read more
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The Young Witness
Light Horse charge recreatedDozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Hors
The Young Witness / Posted 27 days ago
Dozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Horse charge in outback Queensland. Confronting: After a gallop across the plains, the re-enactment troop halted and drew their mock bayonets to salute onlookers at the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Light Horse charge recreatedDozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Hors
Western Advocate / Posted 27 days ago
Dozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Horse charge in outback Queensland. Confronting: After a gallop across the plains, the re-enactment troop halted and drew their mock bayonets to salute onlookers at the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Light Horse charge recreatedDozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Hors
Kiama Independent / Posted 27 days ago
Dozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Horse charge in outback Queensland. Confronting: After a gallop across the plains, the re-enactment troop halted and drew their mock bayonets to salute onlookers at the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Light Horse charge recreatedDozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Hors
Manning River Times / Posted 27 days ago
Dozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Horse charge in outback Queensland. Confronting: After a gallop across the plains, the re-enactment troop halted and drew their mock bayonets to salute onlookers at the... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Light Horse charge recreatedDozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Hors
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 27 days ago
Dozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Horse charge in outback Queensland. Confronting: After a gallop across the plains, the re-enactment troop halted and drew their mock bayonets to salute onlookers at the... Read more
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The North West Star
Light Horse charge recreatedDozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Hors
The North West Star / Posted 27 days ago
Dozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Horse charge in outback Queensland. Confronting: After a gallop across the plains, the re-enactment troop halted and drew their mock bayonets to salute onlookers at the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Light Horse charge recreatedDozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Hors
Daily Liberal / Posted 27 days ago
Dozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Horse charge in outback Queensland. Confronting: After a gallop across the plains, the re-enactment troop halted and drew their mock bayonets to salute onlookers at the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Light Horse charge recreatedDozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Hors
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 27 days ago
Dozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Horse charge in outback Queensland. Confronting: After a gallop across the plains, the re-enactment troop halted and drew their mock bayonets to salute onlookers at the... Read more
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The Courier
Light Horse charge recreatedDozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Hors
The Courier / Posted 27 days ago
Dozens of mounted riders from Australia and New Zealand re-enacted a Light Horse charge in outback Queensland. Confronting: After a gallop across the plains, the re-enactment troop halted and drew their mock bayonets to salute onlookers at the... Read more
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