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Sydney Morning Herald
Aboriginal MP receives vile threats over Australia Day flag callall "black" people should be killed. Greens MP Lidia Thorpe has been threatene
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
all "black" people should be killed. Greens MP Lidia Thorpe has been threatened over her Australia Day remarks. Photo: Chris Hopkins An office staff member watched the man walk south along High Street after he left the note. Ms Thorpe, who is... Read more
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The Age
Aboriginal MP receives vile threats over Australia Day flag callall "black" people should be killed. Greens MP Lidia Thorpe has been threatene
The Age / Posted 10 hours ago
all "black" people should be killed. Greens MP Lidia Thorpe has been threatened over her Australia Day remarks. Photo: Chris Hopkins An office staff member watched the man walk south along High Street after he left the note. Ms Thorpe, who is... Read more
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Canberra Times
Memorial service to mark Bourke Street anniversaryto victims of Bourke St have been mulched and spread across three victims of cr
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
to victims of Bourke St have been mulched and spread across three victims of crime memorial sites in Melbourne. Photo: Chris Hopkins It will also be an opportunity for those people to come together with first responders. The memorial will be... Read more
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The Age
Memorial service to mark Bourke Street anniversaryto victims of Bourke St have been mulched and spread across three victims of cr
The Age / Posted 13 hours ago
to victims of Bourke St have been mulched and spread across three victims of crime memorial sites in Melbourne. Photo: Chris Hopkins It will also be an opportunity for those people to come together with first responders. The memorial will be... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Memorial service to mark Bourke Street anniversaryto victims of Bourke St have been mulched and spread across three victims of cr
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
to victims of Bourke St have been mulched and spread across three victims of crime memorial sites in Melbourne. Photo: Chris Hopkins It will also be an opportunity for those people to come together with first responders. The memorial will be... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The Slap director latest to struggle with NBN connectionhome was ready to connect to the NBN. Robert Connolly started the process to g
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
home was ready to connect to the NBN. Robert Connolly started the process to get onto the NBN in late-2017. Photo: Chris Hopkins Four months later, after months of slow internet and fruitless phonecalls, he is back on his old broadband... Read more
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The Age
The Slap director latest to struggle with NBN connectionhome was ready to connect to the NBN. Robert Connolly started the process to g
The Age / Posted 18 hours ago
home was ready to connect to the NBN. Robert Connolly started the process to get onto the NBN in late-2017. Photo: Chris Hopkins Four months later, after months of slow internet and fruitless phonecalls, he is back on his old broadband... Read more
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WA Today
The Slap director latest to struggle with NBN connectionhome was ready to connect to the NBN. Robert Connolly started the process to g
WA Today / Posted yesterday
home was ready to connect to the NBN. Robert Connolly started the process to get onto the NBN in late-2017. Photo: Chris Hopkins Four months later, after months of slow internet and fruitless phonecalls, he is back on his old broadband... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Less than 40% of Australians know what actually happened on January 26 to make it our national dayChris Hopkins/Getty Images With a bitter political debate currently underway o
Business Insider Australia / Posted yesterday
Chris Hopkins/Getty Images With a bitter political debate currently underway over changing the date of Australia Day, a new national survey has revealed that nearly two-thirds of the country’s citizens may not know the historical reason why January... Read more
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Canberra Times
Hugh Bowman is the best jockey in the world – but the end is in sightand what does he see? The end, actually. Hugh Bowman after leading Winx to he
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
and what does he see? The end, actually. Hugh Bowman after leading Winx to her third Cox Plate at Moonee Valley. Photo: Chris Hopkins "When I'm 45, I'd like to be in a position financially where I can make a decision to move on and go into the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Hugh Bowman is the best jockey in the world – but the end is in sightand what does he see? The end, actually. Hugh Bowman after leading Winx to he
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
and what does he see? The end, actually. Hugh Bowman after leading Winx to her third Cox Plate at Moonee Valley. Photo: Chris Hopkins "When I'm 45, I'd like to be in a position financially where I can make a decision to move on and go into the... Read more
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The Age
Hugh Bowman is the best jockey in the world – but the end is in sightand what does he see? The end, actually. Hugh Bowman after leading Winx to he
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
and what does he see? The end, actually. Hugh Bowman after leading Winx to her third Cox Plate at Moonee Valley. Photo: Chris Hopkins "When I'm 45, I'd like to be in a position financially where I can make a decision to move on and go into the... Read more
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Canberra Times
'How long since you've been out for dinner?': Police chief rubbishes 'gang crisis'Commisioner Graham Ashton listens to African community leader Kot Monoah at a p
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
Commisioner Graham Ashton listens to African community leader Kot Monoah at a press conference on Wednesday. Photo: Chris Hopkins But Mr Ashton appealed for perspective regarding the issue, while emphasising that he did not want to enter... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'How long since you've been out for dinner?': Police chief rubbishes 'gang crisis'Commisioner Graham Ashton listens to African community leader Kot Monoah at a p
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Commisioner Graham Ashton listens to African community leader Kot Monoah at a press conference on Wednesday. Photo: Chris Hopkins But Mr Ashton appealed for perspective regarding the issue, while emphasising that he did not want to enter... Read more
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The Age
'How long since you've been out for dinner?': Police chief rubbishes 'gang crisis'Commisioner Graham Ashton listens to African community leader Kot Monoah at a p
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
Commisioner Graham Ashton listens to African community leader Kot Monoah at a press conference on Wednesday. Photo: Chris Hopkins But Mr Ashton appealed for perspective regarding the issue, while emphasising that he did not want to enter... Read more
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Canberra Times
Andrews government vows to 'throw the book' at violent youthsfollowed home by gangs. Acting premier James Merlino said Victoria is "not goi
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
followed home by gangs. Acting premier James Merlino said Victoria is "not going to cop" street gang activity. Photo: Chris Hopkins "There was some polling released in Victoria only in the last couple of days which clearly indicated that and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian Open 2018: Bernard Tomic happy to take on qualifying head onwhat I've achieved in my career," Tomic said. Bernard Tomic lost the exhibitio
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
what I've achieved in my career," Tomic said. Bernard Tomic lost the exhibition match at Kooyong on Tuesday. Photo: Chris Hopkins "For me it's not a big problem." Tomic featured in an exhibition match at Kooyong on Tuesday, losing 3-6, 3-6... Read more
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WA Today
'I never needed the help of Tennis Australia': Tomic set for qualifyingwhat I've achieved in my career," Tomic said. Bernard Tomic lost the exhibitio
WA Today / Posted 9 days ago
what I've achieved in my career," Tomic said. Bernard Tomic lost the exhibition match at Kooyong on Tuesday. Photo: Chris Hopkins "For me it's not a big problem." Tomic featured in an exhibition match at Kooyong on Tuesday, losing 3-6, 3-6... Read more
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The Border Mail
Victoria Police's bid to recycle 20 tonnes of breathalyser strawsis on a mission to help Victoria Police recycle the four million breathalyser s
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
is on a mission to help Victoria Police recycle the four million breathalyser straws they use each year. Photograph by Chris Hopkins Victoria Police breath test device. 010711AS46 Picture: AARON SAWALL In April 2016, Elana Rubenstein was... Read more
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The Courier
Victoria Police's bid to recycle 20 tonnes of breathalyser strawsis on a mission to help Victoria Police recycle the four million breathalyser s
The Courier / Posted 10 days ago
is on a mission to help Victoria Police recycle the four million breathalyser straws they use each year. Photograph by Chris Hopkins Victoria Police breath test device. 010711AS46 Picture: AARON SAWALL In April 2016, Elana Rubenstein was... Read more
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The Age
Australian Open 2018: Bernard Tomic happy to take on qualifying head onwhat I've achieved in my career," Tomic said. Bernard Tomic lost the exhibitio
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
what I've achieved in my career," Tomic said. Bernard Tomic lost the exhibition match at Kooyong on Tuesday. Photo: Chris Hopkins "For me it's not a big problem." Tomic featured in an exhibition match at Kooyong on Tuesday, losing 3-6, 3-6... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian Open 2018: Bernard Tomic happy to take on qualifying head onwhat I've achieved in my career," Tomic said. Bernard Tomic lost the exhibitio
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
what I've achieved in my career," Tomic said. Bernard Tomic lost the exhibition match at Kooyong on Tuesday. Photo: Chris Hopkins "For me it's not a big problem." Tomic featured in an exhibition match at Kooyong on Tuesday, losing 3-6, 3-6... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Andrews government vows to 'throw the book' at violent youthsfollowed home by gangs. Acting premier James Merlino said Victoria is "not goi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
followed home by gangs. Acting premier James Merlino said Victoria is "not going to cop" street gang activity. Photo: Chris Hopkins "There was some polling released in Victoria only in the last couple of days which clearly indicated that and... Read more
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The Age
Andrews government vows to 'throw the book' at violent youthsfollowed home by gangs. Acting premier James Merlino said Victoria is "not goi
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
followed home by gangs. Acting premier James Merlino said Victoria is "not going to cop" street gang activity. Photo: Chris Hopkins "There was some polling released in Victoria only in the last couple of days which clearly indicated that and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Victoria Police's bid to recycle 20 tonnes of breathalyser strawsRubenstein is on a mission to help Victoria Police recycle the four million bre
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
Rubenstein is on a mission to help Victoria Police recycle the four million breathalyser straws they use each year. Photo: Chris Hopkins “After I did the breath test I asked the policewoman what happens to the straws, do they go into recycling?"... Read more
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The Age
Victoria Police's bid to recycle 20 tonnes of breathalyser strawsRubenstein is on a mission to help Victoria Police recycle the four million bre
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
Rubenstein is on a mission to help Victoria Police recycle the four million breathalyser straws they use each year. Photo: Chris Hopkins “After I did the breath test I asked the policewoman what happens to the straws, do they go into recycling?"... Read more
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Canberra Times
Poll shows African youth crime a key issue, and Andrews better to deal with ityear. Acting Chief Commissioner Shane Patton speaks to the media about the per
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
year. Acting Chief Commissioner Shane Patton speaks to the media about the perceived threat of African youth crime. Photo: Chris Hopkins The poll also indicated softening support for Labor in Tarneit: it would still hold the seat if an election... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Poll shows African youth crime a key issue, and Andrews better to deal with itGuy. Acting Chief Commissioner Shane Patton speaks to the media about the perc
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
Guy. Acting Chief Commissioner Shane Patton speaks to the media about the perceived threat of African youth crime. Photo: Chris Hopkins The ReachTEL phone poll was conducted for The Age on Friday – the day after a midnight rampage in Melbourne's... Read more
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WA Today
Changing the face of energysees industry-wide disruption. AEMO boss Audrey Zibleman says a consumer-lead
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
sees industry-wide disruption. AEMO boss Audrey Zibleman says a consumer-lead energy revolution was on its way. Photo: Chris Hopkins Unlike many industries in Australia, energy has a strong representation of women at the top levels. Kerry... Read more
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The Age
Poll shows African youth crime a key issue, and Andrews better to deal with itGuy. Acting Chief Commissioner Shane Patton speaks to the media about the perc
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
Guy. Acting Chief Commissioner Shane Patton speaks to the media about the perceived threat of African youth crime. Photo: Chris Hopkins The ReachTEL phone poll was conducted for The Age on Friday – the day after a midnight rampage in Melbourne's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Changing the face of energysees industry-wide disruption. AEMO boss Audrey Zibleman says a consumer-lead
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
sees industry-wide disruption. AEMO boss Audrey Zibleman says a consumer-lead energy revolution was on its way. Photo: Chris Hopkins Unlike many industries in Australia, energy has a strong representation of women at the top levels. Kerry... Read more
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The Age
Changing the face of energysees industry-wide disruption. AEMO boss Audrey Zibleman says a consumer-lead
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
sees industry-wide disruption. AEMO boss Audrey Zibleman says a consumer-lead energy revolution was on its way. Photo: Chris Hopkins Unlike many industries in Australia, energy has a strong representation of women at the top levels. Kerry... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
15-old girl charged with intentionally causing bushfirequickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire thre
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 days ago
quickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire threatening homes in Valley Road Skye. Photo: Chris Hopkins At the height of the fire there was more than 300 firefighters battling the blaze, along with 50 appliances... Read more
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Western Advocate
15-old girl charged with intentionally causing bushfirequickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire thre
Western Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
quickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire threatening homes in Valley Road Skye. Photo: Chris Hopkins At the height of the fire there was more than 300 firefighters battling the blaze, along with 50 appliances... Read more
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Manning River Times
15-year-old girl charged with intentionally causing bushfirequickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire thre
Manning River Times / Posted 12 days ago
quickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire threatening homes in Valley Road Skye. Photo: Chris Hopkins At the height of the fire there was more than 300 firefighters battling the blaze, along with 50 appliances... Read more
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The North West Star
15-year-old girl charged with intentionally causing bushfirequickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire thre
The North West Star / Posted 12 days ago
quickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire threatening homes in Valley Road Skye. Photo: Chris Hopkins At the height of the fire there was more than 300 firefighters battling the blaze, along with 50 appliances... Read more
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Daily Liberal
15-old girl charged with intentionally causing bushfirequickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire thre
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 days ago
quickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire threatening homes in Valley Road Skye. Photo: Chris Hopkins At the height of the fire there was more than 300 firefighters battling the blaze, along with 50 appliances... Read more
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The Border Mail
15-old girl charged with intentionally causing bushfirequickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire thre
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
quickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire threatening homes in Valley Road Skye. Photo: Chris Hopkins At the height of the fire there was more than 300 firefighters battling the blaze, along with 50 appliances... Read more
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Canberra Times
Michael Danby spent $4574 of taxpayer funds on ads attacking ABC journalistJewish News as well as graphic design costing $1274. Michael Danby at a Melbou
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
Jewish News as well as graphic design costing $1274. Michael Danby at a Melbourne rally in support of Israel. Photo: Chris Hopkins The MP for Melbourne Ports, an electorate with a large Jewish population, has long been outspoken in his... Read more
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Canberra Times
Teenager charged following fire in Carrum Downsthreatened by fire but by 7pm they were allowed to return. CFA fight a fire th
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
threatened by fire but by 7pm they were allowed to return. CFA fight a fire threatening homes in Valley Road Skye. Photo: Chris Hopkins The cool change did not intensify the Carrum Downs fire as feared and the blaze was brought under control... Read more
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Canberra Times
Melbourne weather: Saturday's scorcher puts the heat on firefightersCFA assistant chief officer Trevor Owen said. CFA members fight a fire threate
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
CFA assistant chief officer Trevor Owen said. CFA members fight a fire threatening homes in Valley Road Skye. Photo: Chris Hopkins "We've had one property which has sustained some fairly significant damage where some embers have come through... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
15-old girl charged with intentionally causing bushfirequickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire thre
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
quickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire threatening homes in Valley Road Skye. Photo: Chris Hopkins At the height of the fire there was more than 300 firefighters battling the blaze, along with 50 appliances... Read more
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The Courier
15-old girl charged with intentionally causing bushfirequickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire thre
The Courier / Posted 12 days ago
quickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire threatening homes in Valley Road Skye. Photo: Chris Hopkins At the height of the fire there was more than 300 firefighters battling the blaze, along with 50 appliances... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Melbourne weather: Teenager charged following fire in Carrum Downsquickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire thre
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
quickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire threatening homes in Valley Road Skye. Photo: Chris Hopkins At the height of the fire there was more than 300 firefighters battling the blaze, along with 50 appliances... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne weather: Teenager charged following fire in Carrum Downsquickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire thre
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
quickly, powered by the northerly gusts of up to 40km/h. CFA fight a fire threatening homes in Valley Road Skye. Photo: Chris Hopkins At the height of the fire there was more than 300 firefighters battling the blaze, along with 50 appliances... Read more
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The Age
Michael Danby spent $4574 of taxpayer funds on ads attacking ABC journalistJewish News as well as graphic design costing $1274. Michael Danby at a Melbou
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
Jewish News as well as graphic design costing $1274. Michael Danby at a Melbourne rally in support of Israel. Photo: Chris Hopkins The MP for Melbourne Ports, an electorate with a large Jewish population, has long been outspoken in his... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Michael Danby spent $4574 of taxpayer funds on ads attacking ABC journalistJewish News as well as graphic design costing $1274. Michael Danby at a Melbou
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
Jewish News as well as graphic design costing $1274. Michael Danby at a Melbourne rally in support of Israel. Photo: Chris Hopkins The MP for Melbourne Ports, an electorate with a large Jewish population, has long been outspoken in his... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne weather: Saturday's scorcher puts the heat on firefightersCFA assistant chief officer Trevor Owen said. CFA members fight a fire threate
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
CFA assistant chief officer Trevor Owen said. CFA members fight a fire threatening homes in Valley Road Skye. Photo: Chris Hopkins "We've had one property which has sustained some fairly significant damage where some embers have come through... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Melbourne weather: Saturday's scorcher puts the heat on firefightersCFA assistant chief officer Trevor Owen said. CFA members fight a fire threate
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
CFA assistant chief officer Trevor Owen said. CFA members fight a fire threatening homes in Valley Road Skye. Photo: Chris Hopkins "We've had one property which has sustained some fairly significant damage where some embers have come through... Read more
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Canberra Times
Melbourne weather: How to beat the heatin Fitzroy, Windsor and Richmond. And now (joy!) home delivery. Crowds at the
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
in Fitzroy, Windsor and Richmond. And now (joy!) home delivery. Crowds at the Melbourne original on Smith Street. Photo: Chris Hopkins The counterintuitive solution It sounds wrong, but chilli is your friend on hot days. A spicy meal actually... Read more
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