February 2, 2018 - It is with a mixture of emotion that we must inform you that Interceder will cease its service over the coming weeks. For nearly a decade we have been helping you find relevant information across thousands of news and social sources, to keep you abreast of the latest news. We’re a small team of two who have run Interceder outside of our regular day jobs and are intensely proud of what we managed to accomplish over the years. Through a lack of time to maintain the site and growing costs associated with acquiring, indexing, analysing and hosting content we will be shutting down Interceder for good. All things reach a natural end, but we could not be more grateful for the way you made us part of your day, so instead of saying goodbye we would just like to say thank you!

John Epping

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Sydney Morning Herald
Freewheeling political club rolls on regardless of societywere attacking the passenger filming the incident, and why they were taking tur
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
were attacking the passenger filming the incident, and why they were taking turns kicking a passenger prone on the floor.John Mizon, Collaroy Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. As someone who has been in and out of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Counting the cost of Catholic Church's vast fortunePrime Minister's support for Joyce should just about be the final nail in the c
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Prime Minister's support for Joyce should just about be the final nail in the coffin for this government. Brian Johnstone, Leura Why would anyone want to be a politician? You become a kind of pressured FIFO person, and just like all... Read more
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Canberra Times
Draft list opening the door to quackerythe parents are complaining? No doubt the teachers are already, too busy, too h
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
the parents are complaining? No doubt the teachers are already, too busy, too hot and too tired to do so. Judith Williams, Epping I am a Russell Lea parent and was gobsmacked when I learnt our new building would not have airconditioning,... Read more
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The Age
Draft list opening the door to quackerythe parents are complaining? No doubt the teachers are already, too busy, too h
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
the parents are complaining? No doubt the teachers are already, too busy, too hot and too tired to do so. Judith Williams, Epping I am a Russell Lea parent and was gobsmacked when I learnt our new building would not have airconditioning,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Draft list opening the door to quackerythe parents are complaining? No doubt the teachers are already, too busy, too h
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
the parents are complaining? No doubt the teachers are already, too busy, too hot and too tired to do so. Judith Williams, Epping I am a Russell Lea parent and was gobsmacked when I learnt our new building would not have airconditioning,... Read more
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14d
Canberra Times
Column 8"Will Barnaby Joyce's new baby have New Zealand citizenship?" writes Coral Butt
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
"Will Barnaby Joyce's new baby have New Zealand citizenship?" writes Coral Button of North Epping. "If so, he/she should fix it up ASAP to save a mountain of strife later in life." Duncan Harman of Bundamba not only advocates Aussie English by John... Read more
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guardian-series
Children to take month long course in LGBT rightstaking a month long course in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transexual (LGBT) righ
guardian-series / Posted 14 days ago
taking a month long course in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transexual (LGBT) rights. For the whole of February students at Epping St John will take part in a series of activities under the tagline Pride in Our Family for LGBT History... Read more
14d
The Age
Column 8"Will Barnaby Joyce's new baby have New Zealand citizenship?" writes Coral Butt
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
"Will Barnaby Joyce's new baby have New Zealand citizenship?" writes Coral Button of North Epping. "If so, he/she should fix it up ASAP to save a mountain of strife later in life." Duncan Harman of Bundamba not only advocates Aussie English by John... Read more
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14d
Sydney Morning Herald
Column 8"Will Barnaby Joyce's new baby have New Zealand citizenship?" writes Coral Butt
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
"Will Barnaby Joyce's new baby have New Zealand citizenship?" writes Coral Button of North Epping. "If so, he/she should fix it up ASAP to save a mountain of strife later in life." Duncan Harman of Bundamba not only advocates Aussie English by John... Read more
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14d
Canberra Times
Zero-tax companies demonstrate myth of trickle-down benefitspay zero tax regularly hiring more workers and giving all their employees decen
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
pay zero tax regularly hiring more workers and giving all their employees decent wage increases? Rob Phillips, North Epping Scott Morrison's strategy is obvious to most, hence the poor polling. He'll say anything to get the company tax cuts... Read more
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The Age
Zero-tax companies demonstrate myth of trickle-down benefitspay zero tax regularly hiring more workers and giving all their employees decen
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
pay zero tax regularly hiring more workers and giving all their employees decent wage increases? Rob Phillips, North Epping Scott Morrison's strategy is obvious to most, hence the poor polling. He'll say anything to get the company tax cuts... Read more
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15d
Sydney Morning Herald
Zero-tax companies demonstrate myth of trickle-down benefitspay zero tax regularly hiring more workers and giving all their employees decen
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
pay zero tax regularly hiring more workers and giving all their employees decent wage increases? Rob Phillips, North Epping Scott Morrison's strategy is obvious to most, hence the poor polling. He'll say anything to get the company tax cuts... Read more
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15d
Sydney Morning Herald
Column 8Coral Button of North Epping "recently watched a documentary featuring an inter
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Coral Button of North Epping "recently watched a documentary featuring an interview with the Queen and I saw something I have never seen before: her majesty had her legs crossed. Saucy." While Jeanette Jones thinks David Feeney's lost paperwork (C8)... Read more
15d
The Age
Column 8Coral Button of North Epping "recently watched a documentary featuring an inter
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
Coral Button of North Epping "recently watched a documentary featuring an interview with the Queen and I saw something I have never seen before: her majesty had her legs crossed. Saucy." While Jeanette Jones thinks David Feeney's lost paperwork (C8)... Read more
19d
Canberra Times
Gaming the political system or consultations for judicial appointment are only likely to undermine the syst
Canberra Times / Posted 19 days ago
or consultations for judicial appointment are only likely to undermine the system rather than improve it. Greg McCarry, Epping Oh heavens, yes, do let's have the public choose the judges. Look at the impeccable choices the public, Australian... Read more
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19d
The Age
Gaming the political system or consultations for judicial appointment are only likely to undermine the syst
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
or consultations for judicial appointment are only likely to undermine the system rather than improve it. Greg McCarry, Epping Oh heavens, yes, do let's have the public choose the judges. Look at the impeccable choices the public, Australian... Read more
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19d
Sydney Morning Herald
Gaming the political system or consultations for judicial appointment are only likely to undermine the syst
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
or consultations for judicial appointment are only likely to undermine the system rather than improve it. Greg McCarry, Epping Oh heavens, yes, do let's have the public choose the judges. Look at the impeccable choices the public, Australian... Read more
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22d
Canberra Times
What do Australian defence forces use – water pistols?having rejected all respect for antiquity, it offers no redress for the present
Canberra Times / Posted 22 days ago
having rejected all respect for antiquity, it offers no redress for the present, and makes no preparation for the future." John Grinter, Katoomba People need to calm down. Our weapons exports will only be used to shoot bad people. David Ziegler,... Read more
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The Age
What do Australian defence forces use – water pistols?having rejected all respect for antiquity, it offers no redress for the present
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
having rejected all respect for antiquity, it offers no redress for the present, and makes no preparation for the future." John Grinter, Katoomba People need to calm down. Our weapons exports will only be used to shoot bad people. David Ziegler,... Read more
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22d
Sydney Morning Herald
What do Australian defence forces use – water pistols?having rejected all respect for antiquity, it offers no redress for the present
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 days ago
having rejected all respect for antiquity, it offers no redress for the present, and makes no preparation for the future." John Grinter, Katoomba People need to calm down. Our weapons exports will only be used to shoot bad people. David Ziegler,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australia's arms exporter plan the height of moral depravityworst, US and Russia, cannot even produce equity for their citizens, but are th
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
worst, US and Russia, cannot even produce equity for their citizens, but are the first to start or join a war. Anne Eagar, Epping Hi Malcolm, please go and chat with John Howard about how to get rid of guns. You cannot be serious about Australia... Read more
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The Age
Australia's arms exporter plan the height of moral depravityworst, US and Russia, cannot even produce equity for their citizens, but are th
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
worst, US and Russia, cannot even produce equity for their citizens, but are the first to start or join a war. Anne Eagar, Epping Hi Malcolm, please go and chat with John Howard about how to get rid of guns. You cannot be serious about Australia... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australia's arms exporter plan the height of moral depravityworst, US and Russia, cannot even produce equity for their citizens, but are th
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
worst, US and Russia, cannot even produce equity for their citizens, but are the first to start or join a war. Anne Eagar, Epping Hi Malcolm, please go and chat with John Howard about how to get rid of guns. You cannot be serious about Australia... Read more
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The Age
Australia Day: As a mere mortal, I am in awe of all the nomineesMaybe Mr Guy should think about the threat to him if Peter Dutton chased the sa
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
Maybe Mr Guy should think about the threat to him if Peter Dutton chased the same power over state governments. John Gwyther, ​CoongullaA life-saving program We thank you for your editorial highlighting the need for a nationwide... Read more
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Canberra Times
But wait, there's more dates we could try for Australia Daysexual change in Australia, but spare some understanding for those who are not
Canberra Times / Posted 29 days ago
sexual change in Australia, but spare some understanding for those who are not as articulate or brave as you. Lyn Maciver, Epping Greer could do well to study the well-documented reactions of men and women who have been sexually harassed or... Read more
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The Age
But wait, there's more dates we could try for Australia Daysexual change in Australia, but spare some understanding for those who are not
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
sexual change in Australia, but spare some understanding for those who are not as articulate or brave as you. Lyn Maciver, Epping Greer could do well to study the well-documented reactions of men and women who have been sexually harassed or... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
But wait, there's more dates we could try for Australia Daysexual change in Australia, but spare some understanding for those who are not
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 29 days ago
sexual change in Australia, but spare some understanding for those who are not as articulate or brave as you. Lyn Maciver, Epping Greer could do well to study the well-documented reactions of men and women who have been sexually harassed or... Read more
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Canberra Times
Germaine Greer v #MeToo: women are strong, and not to be infantilisedthe policy is null and void. The government can also legislate excessive fines
Canberra Times / Posted 30 days ago
the policy is null and void. The government can also legislate excessive fines if a vehicle is found to be unroadworthy. John Bracey, Forestville Besides the vacancies for heavy duty inspectors, the state of our roads must be critically... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
'Suspended' think tank paying Iowa governor hopeful $185Kto be confused on what hat I was wearing." Corbett, 57, is one of three board
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted 30 days ago
to be confused on what hat I was wearing." Corbett, 57, is one of three board members of the group. The others are Gordon Epping, who is its treasurer, and John Smith, the influential owner of Cedar Rapids trucking company CRST International,... Read more
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KTTC Rochester
‘Suspended’ think tank paying Iowa governor hopeful $185Kto be confused on what hat I was wearing.” Corbett, 57, is one of three board
KTTC Rochester / Posted 30 days ago
to be confused on what hat I was wearing.” Corbett, 57, is one of three board members of the group. The others are Gordon Epping, who is its treasurer, and John Smith, the influential owner of Cedar Rapids trucking company CRST International,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
'Suspended' think tank pays Iowa candidate $185Kto be confused on what hat I was wearing." Corbett, 57, is one of three board
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 30 days ago
to be confused on what hat I was wearing." Corbett, 57, is one of three board members of the group. The others are Gordon Epping, who is its treasurer, and John Smith, the influential owner of Cedar Rapids trucking company CRST International,... Read more
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The Age
Germaine Greer v #MeToo: women are strong, and not to be infantilisedthe policy is null and void. The government can also legislate excessive fines
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
the policy is null and void. The government can also legislate excessive fines if a vehicle is found to be unroadworthy. John Bracey, Forestville Besides the vacancies for heavy duty inspectors, the state of our roads must be critically... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Germaine Greer v #MeToo: women are strong, and not to be infantilisedthe policy is null and void. The government can also legislate excessive fines
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
the policy is null and void. The government can also legislate excessive fines if a vehicle is found to be unroadworthy. John Bracey, Forestville Besides the vacancies for heavy duty inspectors, the state of our roads must be critically... Read more
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Canberra Times
Ideology puts the brakes on train servicesdrivers now. Why? Because of a metro system that does not need them. How to im
Canberra Times / Posted 1 months ago
drivers now. Why? Because of a metro system that does not need them. How to implement this? Shut down the Chatswood to Epping line for nine months while it is converted to metro. Won't that require fewer trains? What about when the metro is... Read more
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The Age
Ideology puts the brakes on train servicesdrivers now. Why? Because of a metro system that does not need them. How to im
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
drivers now. Why? Because of a metro system that does not need them. How to implement this? Shut down the Chatswood to Epping line for nine months while it is converted to metro. Won't that require fewer trains? What about when the metro is... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ideology puts the brakes on train servicesdrivers now. Why? Because of a metro system that does not need them. How to im
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 1 months ago
drivers now. Why? Because of a metro system that does not need them. How to implement this? Shut down the Chatswood to Epping line for nine months while it is converted to metro. Won't that require fewer trains? What about when the metro is... Read more
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