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Manning River Times
Shooters, Fishers and Farmers set their sights on Lyne if byelection triggeredCourt deliberates over whether to proceed with a challenge related to his owner
Manning River Times / Posted 21 minutes ago
Court deliberates over whether to proceed with a challenge related to his ownership of a post office in Port Macquarie. Fairfax Media revealed last year that Dr Gillespie owns a strip of shops in the coastal city, with one being leased to a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Pushing the boundariesan economic apocalypse or as a significant modification requiring adaptation. C
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 29 minutes ago
an economic apocalypse or as a significant modification requiring adaptation. C2 is there for those who wish to consider it through a more optimistic lens. Fairfax Media is a presenting partner of C2 Melbourne on October 17-19. Visit C2Melbourne... Read more
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WA Today
Oil Search profit, dividend surge on higher oil, gas pricesit a bumper result. "You can see what happens when costs, prices, and profits
WA Today / Posted 57 minutes ago
it a bumper result. "You can see what happens when costs, prices, and profits go in the right direction," Mr Lennox told Fairfax Media. "Probably the best results we've seen broadly. If you wanted to take someone over you would be interested in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Oil Search profit, dividend surge on higher oil, gas pricesto your inbox. "You can see what happens when costs, prices, and profits go in
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
to your inbox. "You can see what happens when costs, prices, and profits go in the right direction," Mr Lennox told Fairfax Media. "Probably the best results we've seen broadly. If you wanted to take someone over you would be interested in... Read more
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News.com.au
Defiant Barnaby’s fighting words on futuretimes in your favour, you're tempered by the times of adversity. That's how pol
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
times in your favour, you're tempered by the times of adversity. That's how politics works - you rise to deal with it" - Fairfax Media, Feb 20. * "I am humbled by the support in my electorate and in the community. People are starting to see this... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Uni students participate in hazing, drinking off genitals, in ‘appalling’ videocontained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House c
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
contained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House campus living quarters. Ms Funnell told Fairfax Media that the Newcastle case study was the first of several from universities around Australia, a result of the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Uni students participate in hazing, drinking off genitals, in ‘appalling’ videocontained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House c
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
contained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House campus living quarters. Ms Funnell told Fairfax Media that the Newcastle case study was the first of several from universities around Australia, a result of the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Uni students participate in hazing, drinking off genitals, in ‘appalling’ videocontained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House c
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
contained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House campus living quarters. Ms Funnell told Fairfax Media that the Newcastle case study was the first of several from universities around Australia, a result of the... Read more
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The North West Star
Uni students participate in hazing, drinking off genitals, in ‘appalling’ videocontained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House c
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
contained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House campus living quarters. Ms Funnell told Fairfax Media that the Newcastle case study was the first of several from universities around Australia, a result of the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Uni students participate in hazing, drinking off genitals, in ‘appalling’ videocontained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House c
Daily Liberal / Posted an hour ago
contained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House campus living quarters. Ms Funnell told Fairfax Media that the Newcastle case study was the first of several from universities around Australia, a result of the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Uni students participate in hazing, drinking off genitals, in ‘appalling’ videocontained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House c
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
contained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House campus living quarters. Ms Funnell told Fairfax Media that the Newcastle case study was the first of several from universities around Australia, a result of the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Uni students participate in hazing, drinking off genitals, in ‘appalling’ videocontained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House c
Illawarra Mercury / Posted an hour ago
contained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House campus living quarters. Ms Funnell told Fairfax Media that the Newcastle case study was the first of several from universities around Australia, a result of the... Read more
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The Courier
Uni students participate in hazing, drinking off genitals, in ‘appalling’ videocontained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House c
The Courier / Posted an hour ago
contained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House campus living quarters. Ms Funnell told Fairfax Media that the Newcastle case study was the first of several from universities around Australia, a result of the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Police search rural property for body of gangster Raphael JosephPolAir, and local Hawkesbury police are assisting investigators with the search
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
PolAir, and local Hawkesbury police are assisting investigators with the search. In 2015 Mr Joseph's brother Rafael told Fairfax Media the whole family had "collapsed because of this". "It is a situation that is unbelievable and we don't know... Read more
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WA Today
Aussie rocket brothers ink NASA deal as local space agency wait continuesawaiting an expert panel report on what exactly the nation's recently announced
WA Today / Posted 3 hours ago
awaiting an expert panel report on what exactly the nation's recently announced space agency will do. Adam Gilmour told Fairfax Media he visited NASA in 2016, when the agency first became interested in what he and his colleagues were doing back... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Aussie rocket brothers ink NASA deal as local space agency wait continuesawaiting an expert panel report on what exactly the nation's recently announced
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
awaiting an expert panel report on what exactly the nation's recently announced space agency will do. Adam Gilmour told Fairfax Media he visited NASA in 2016, when the agency first became interested in what he and his colleagues were doing back... Read more
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Canberra Times
What HCF and HBF's plan to merge means for health insurance customerswith a combination of ensuring that we can keep our premiums as low as possible
Canberra Times / Posted 4 hours ago
with a combination of ensuring that we can keep our premiums as low as possible," HCF chief executive Sheena Jack told Fairfax Media. "Yes, premium costs are driven ultimately by healthcare costs, by rising prices as well as volume, but having... Read more
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Canberra Times
The well of charity has run dry for Karmichael Hunt after latest drugs trangressionremains clean. It's likely he will need it to continue his rugby career, in the
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
remains clean. It's likely he will need it to continue his rugby career, in the short-term at least. As reported in Fairfax Media on Sunday, Hunt has already been shopped around to European clubs and, in that part of the world, informed... Read more
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Canberra Times
NRL: Matt Lodge backers say Brisbane Broncos prop can't afford to pay victimswith the Broncos after the American lawyer representing the four victims of the
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
with the Broncos after the American lawyer representing the four victims of the 2015 incident, Renan Varghese, told Fairfax Media that his clients were still seeking all of the damages a judge last March ordered that the 22-year-old pay... Read more
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Canberra Times
Forget Barnaby, the real error of judgment was Turnbull'sMinister characterised his impending arrival and the union of his loving parent
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
Minister characterised his impending arrival and the union of his loving parents as “a shocking error of judgment". I hope the boy understands the real error of judgment was Turnbull’s, and it’s shocking. Julie Szego is a Fairfax Media colu... Read more
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Canberra Times
'First hint' of a puzzling change in Southern Ocean revealed by CSIROsince the 1970s, [bottom water's] been becoming lighter and fresher," Steve Rin
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
since the 1970s, [bottom water's] been becoming lighter and fresher," Steve Rintoul, the voyage chief scientist, told Fairfax Media on Monday as the ship took its final ocean profile. "We’ve got the first hint now that maybe things are... Read more
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Canberra Times
De Goey admits problem, bans himself indefinitelyto undertake employment away from the club for four weeks and during that time
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
to undertake employment away from the club for four weeks and during that time will train at night with the VFL squad. Fairfax Media understands that De Goey will work as a tradesman on a building site for the month, where he'll work full-time... Read more
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Canberra Times
Cyclists say next Brisbane bridge will be a big mistaketo deliver improved cycling routes and accessibility to CBD destinations and ma
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
to deliver improved cycling routes and accessibility to CBD destinations and may include an elevated cycleway," he said. Fairfax Media has been told by two sources that the Queensland government was now looking at alternatives including a second... Read more
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Canberra Times
The graph that shows exactly when Uber wounded Brisbane's taxislicences dropped 76 per cent to $16,529, on average. The plunge in the value o
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
licences dropped 76 per cent to $16,529, on average. The plunge in the value of taxi licences can be revealed following Fairfax Media analysis of Queensland government open data. While 58 standard cab licences were sold in Brisbane in 2014,... Read more
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Canberra Times
The US needs leadership but Trump can't delivercall to provide moral leadership. Donald Trump does not. And so while he spend
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
call to provide moral leadership. Donald Trump does not. And so while he spends his days on Twitter defending the legitimacy of his electoral victory, he leaves the office itself vacant. Nicole Hemmer is a Fairfax Media columnist based in t... Read more
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Canberra Times
'I'm not going anywhere': Barnaby Joyce blasts witch huntjournalists to leak against and destabilise the Deputy Prime Minister to force
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
journalists to leak against and destabilise the Deputy Prime Minister to force him out. In an exclusive interview with Fairfax Media, Mr Joyce - on the first day of a week of personal leave - played down the significance of a phone hook-up of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Fishy business: Barnaby Joyce won't budgeeat fish again. They always say no. "But within a month or so you're sitting d
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
eat fish again. They always say no. "But within a month or so you're sitting down having barramundi with them," he tells Fairfax Media. Joyce thinks that the tide on the matter has already turned. Faced with a Newspoll on Monday showing that 65... Read more
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Canberra Times
University of Newcastle students drink off genitals in hazing ritualcontained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House c
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
contained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House campus living quarters. Ms Funnell told Fairfax Media that the Newcastle case study was the first of several from universities around Australia, a result of the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
University of Newcastle students drink off genitals in hazing ritualcontained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House c
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
contained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House campus living quarters. Ms Funnell told Fairfax Media that the Newcastle case study was the first of several from universities around Australia, a result of the... Read more
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The Age
University of Newcastle students drink off genitals in hazing ritualcontained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House c
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
contained students from the Evatt House, Edwards Hall and International House campus living quarters. Ms Funnell told Fairfax Media that the Newcastle case study was the first of several from universities around Australia, a result of the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cyclists say next Brisbane bridge will be a big mistaketo deliver improved cycling routes and accessibility to CBD destinations and ma
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
to deliver improved cycling routes and accessibility to CBD destinations and may include an elevated cycleway," he said. Fairfax Media has been told by two sources that the Queensland government was now looking at alternatives including a second... Read more
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News.com.au
Defiant Joyce: ‘I’m not going anywhere’Nationals officials on Monday afternoon. "I am humbled by the support in my el
News.com.au / Posted 6 hours ago
Nationals officials on Monday afternoon. "I am humbled by the support in my electorate and in the community," he told Fairfax Media on Tuesday. "People are starting to see this as a witch hunt. I'm not going anywhere, I never would." Mr... Read more
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The Age
'I'm not going anywhere': Barnaby Joyce blasts witch huntAnderson again publicly urged the Deputy Prime Minister to think carefully abou
The Age / Posted 12 hours ago
Anderson again publicly urged the Deputy Prime Minister to think carefully about his personal situation. Mr Joyce spoke to Fairfax Media after his chief rival for the leadership, NSW MP Michael McCormack, participated in an excruciating interview... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Fishy business: Barnaby Joyce won't budgeeat fish again. They always say no. "But within a month or so you're sitting d
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
eat fish again. They always say no. "But within a month or so you're sitting down having barramundi with them," he tells Fairfax Media. Joyce thinks that the tide on the matter has already turned. Faced with a Newspoll on Monday showing that 65... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'I'm not going anywhere': Barnaby Joyce blasts witch huntPrime Minister Malcolm Turnbull during question time last week. Photo: Alex Ell
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull during question time last week. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen In an exclusive interview with Fairfax Media, Mr Joyce - on the first day of a week of personal leave - played down the significance of a phone hook-up of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The US needs leadership but Trump can't delivercall to provide moral leadership. Donald Trump does not. And so while he spend
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
call to provide moral leadership. Donald Trump does not. And so while he spends his days on Twitter defending the legitimacy of his electoral victory, he leaves the office itself vacant. Nicole Hemmer is a Fairfax Media columnist based in t... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The graph that shows exactly when Uber wounded Brisbane's taxislicences dropped 76 per cent to $16,529, on average. The plunge in the value o
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
licences dropped 76 per cent to $16,529, on average. The plunge in the value of taxi licences can be revealed following Fairfax Media analysis of Queensland government open data. While 58 standard cab licences were sold in Brisbane in 2014,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Forget Barnaby, the real error of judgment was Turnbull'sMinister characterised his impending arrival and the union of his loving parent
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
Minister characterised his impending arrival and the union of his loving parents as “a shocking error of judgment". I hope the boy understands the real error of judgment was Turnbull’s, and it’s shocking. Julie Szego is a Fairfax Media colu... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cyclists say newest Brisbane bridge will be a big mistaketo deliver improved cycling routes and accessibility to CBD destinations and ma
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
to deliver improved cycling routes and accessibility to CBD destinations and may include an elevated cycleway," he said. Fairfax Media has been told by two sources that the Queensland government was now looking at alternatives including a second... Read more
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The Age
Cyclists say newest Brisbane bridge will be a big mistaketo deliver improved cycling routes and accessibility to CBD destinations and ma
The Age / Posted 15 hours ago
to deliver improved cycling routes and accessibility to CBD destinations and may include an elevated cycleway," he said. Fairfax Media has been told by two sources that the Queensland government was now looking at alternatives including a second... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The well of charity has run dry for Karmichael Hunt after latest drugs trangressionremains clean. It's likely he will need it to continue his rugby career, in the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
remains clean. It's likely he will need it to continue his rugby career, in the short-term at least. As reported in Fairfax Media on Sunday, Hunt has already been shopped around to European clubs and, in that part of the world, informed... Read more
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WA Today
Australia success a roadmap for international push, says Seek chiefin [the first half of the year] has been largely driven by prior year’s reinves
WA Today / Posted 16 hours ago
in [the first half of the year] has been largely driven by prior year’s reinvestment in product and technology," he told Fairfax Media. "A strong growth agenda remains paramount as we operate in a highly competitive industry," he said. The... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NRL: Matt Lodge backers say Brisbane Broncos prop can't afford to pay victimswith the Broncos after the American lawyer representing the four victims of the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
with the Broncos after the American lawyer representing the four victims of the 2015 incident, Renan Varghese, told Fairfax Media that his clients were still seeking all of the damages a judge last March ordered that the 22-year-old pay... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Garbage king proposes giant Queensland dump amid interstate stinkthis was lawful, and that transporting the waste would “necessitate multiple tr
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
this was lawful, and that transporting the waste would “necessitate multiple truck movements per day”. The company told Fairfax Media that a B-double truck carrying interstate waste that rolled at a roundabout in Acacia Ridge earlier this month... Read more
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WA Today
'First hint' of a puzzling change in Southern Ocean revealed by CSIROsince the 1970s, [bottom water's] been becoming lighter and fresher," Steve Rin
WA Today / Posted 17 hours ago
since the 1970s, [bottom water's] been becoming lighter and fresher," Steve Rintoul, the voyage chief scientist, told Fairfax Media on Monday as the ship took its final ocean profile. "We’ve got the first hint now that maybe things are... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'First hint' of a puzzling change in Southern Ocean revealed by CSIROsince the 1970s, [bottom water's] been becoming lighter and fresher," Steve Rin
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
since the 1970s, [bottom water's] been becoming lighter and fresher," Steve Rintoul, the voyage chief scientist, told Fairfax Media on Monday as the ship took its final ocean profile. "We’ve got the first hint now that maybe things are... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
What HCF and HBF's plan to merge means for health insurance customerswith a combination of ensuring that we can keep our premiums as low as possible
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
with a combination of ensuring that we can keep our premiums as low as possible," HCF chief executive Sheena Jack told Fairfax Media. "Yes, premium costs are driven ultimately by healthcare costs, by rising prices as well as volume, but having... Read more
18h
Sydney Morning Herald
Chinese Australians hear 'eerie echoes of community scapegoating'and Taiwan, is a former stockbroker, and co-founded a law firm with former NSW
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
and Taiwan, is a former stockbroker, and co-founded a law firm with former NSW attorney general Jeff Shaw. Mr Liu told Fairfax Media he was pleased the timetable for the review of the bill had been extended. "I am hoping the government will be... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Domain shares jump as chief executive search continuesbusiness Domain have rallied despite the company reporting a half-year loss. I
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 hours ago
business Domain have rallied despite the company reporting a half-year loss. In its first result since spinning off from Fairfax Media, Domain posted a statutory net loss of $3.4 million in the first half of the financial year, as restructuring... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Gunfire at the Gold Coast as soldiers take over shopping centresthe Australian Defence Force are planning to fire blanks during a training exer
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 hours ago
the Australian Defence Force are planning to fire blanks during a training exercise on the Gold Coast. Photo: Ben Rushton - Fairfax Media Authorities also said residents nearby might hear gunshots if blanks were fired during the training... Read more
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