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The North West Star
Melbourne restaurant Attica named Australia's bestinclude founding editors Claude Forell in Melbourne and Leo Schofield in Sydney
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
include founding editors Claude Forell in Melbourne and Leo Schofield in Sydney, along with Terry Durack, Jill Dupleix and Matthew Evans, who have charted the growth of the restaurant industry in Australia, and helped to shape it, commissioning... Read more
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cmt.com
How George Strait Made Chris Stapleton's 2017 The Best Year EverHow George Strait Made Chris Stapleton’s 2017 The Best Year Ever Editor’s note
cmt.com / Posted 2 days ago
How George Strait Made Chris Stapleton’s 2017 The Best Year Ever Editor’s note: Chris Stapleton is among the honorees at the 2017 CMT Artists of the Yearspecial premiering Wednesday (Oct. 18) at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Chris Stapleton‘s history with the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Melbourne restaurant Attica named Australia's bestinclude founding editors Claude Forell in Melbourne and Leo Schofield in Sydney
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
include founding editors Claude Forell in Melbourne and Leo Schofield in Sydney, along with Terry Durack, Jill Dupleix and Matthew Evans, who have charted the growth of the restaurant industry in Australia, and helped to shape it, commissioning... Read more
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Manning River Times
Melbourne restaurant Attica named Australia's bestinclude founding editors Claude Forell in Melbourne and Leo Schofield in Sydney
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
include founding editors Claude Forell in Melbourne and Leo Schofield in Sydney, along with Terry Durack, Jill Dupleix and Matthew Evans, who have charted the growth of the restaurant industry in Australia, and helped to shape it, commissioning... Read more
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The North West Star
Melbourne restaurant Attica named Australia's bestinclude founding editors Claude Forell in Melbourne and Leo Schofield in Sydney
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
include founding editors Claude Forell in Melbourne and Leo Schofield in Sydney, along with Terry Durack, Jill Dupleix and Matthew Evans, who have charted the growth of the restaurant industry in Australia, and helped to shape it, commissioning... Read more
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The Courier
Melbourne restaurant Attica named Australia's bestinclude founding editors Claude Forell in Melbourne and Leo Schofield in Sydney
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
include founding editors Claude Forell in Melbourne and Leo Schofield in Sydney, along with Terry Durack, Jill Dupleix and Matthew Evans, who have charted the growth of the restaurant industry in Australia, and helped to shape it, commissioning... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
How drug companies triumphed over the DEA in 2016 and kept opioids...The Post and "60 Minutes" under the Freedom of Information Act for public recor
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 3 days ago
The Post and "60 Minutes" under the Freedom of Information Act for public records that might shed additional light on the matter. Some of those requests have been pending for nearly 18 months. The Post is now suing the Justice Department in... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
After bombing, Somalia fears renewed al-Shabab onslaughtcertainly serve a purpose, but al-Shabab will not be defeated this way. They re
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
certainly serve a purpose, but al-Shabab will not be defeated this way. They replenish leadership very quickly," said Matt Bryden, a security consultant on the Horn of Africa who once served as a United Nations expert. Although al-Shabab has... Read more
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The Middletown Press
After bombing, Somalia fears renewed al-Shabab onslaughtcertainly serve a purpose, but al-Shabab will not be defeated this way. They re
The Middletown Press / Posted 3 days ago
certainly serve a purpose, but al-Shabab will not be defeated this way. They replenish leadership very quickly," said Matt Bryden, a security consultant on the Horn of Africa who once served as a United Nations expert. Although al-Shabab has... Read more
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The Mercury News
How the drug industry got the best of the DEAThe Post and “60 Minutes” under the Freedom of Information Act for public recor
The Mercury News / Posted 3 days ago
The Post and “60 Minutes” under the Freedom of Information Act for public records that might shed additional light on the matter. Some of those requests have been pending for nearly 18 months. The Post is now suing the Justice Department in... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
The drug industry's triumph over the DEAThe Post and "60 Minutes" under the Freedom of Information Act for public recor
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
The Post and "60 Minutes" under the Freedom of Information Act for public records that might shed additional light on the matter. Some of those requests have been pending for nearly 18 months. The Post is now suing the Justice Department in... Read more
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The Mercury News
Somalia bombing deaths exceed 300; al-Shabab onslaught fearedcertainly serve a purpose, but al-Shabab will not be defeated this way. They re
The Mercury News / Posted 3 days ago
certainly serve a purpose, but al-Shabab will not be defeated this way. They replenish leadership very quickly,” said Matt Bryden, a security consultant on the Horn of Africa who once served as a United Nations expert. Although al-Shabab has... Read more
1191 related articles
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Philly.com
How the drug industry derailed the DEA's war on painkillersby the Post and 60 Minutes under the Freedom of Information Act for public reco
Philly.com / Posted 3 days ago
by the Post and 60 Minutes under the Freedom of Information Act for public records that might shed additional light on the matter. Some of those requests have been pending for nearly 18 months. The Post is now suing the Justice Department in... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
After bombing Somalia fears renewed al Shabab onslaughtcertainly serve a purpose, but al-Shabab will not be defeated this way. They re
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 3 days ago
certainly serve a purpose, but al-Shabab will not be defeated this way. They replenish leadership very quickly," said Matt Bryden, a security consultant on the Horn of Africa who once served as a United Nations expert. Although al-Shabab has... Read more
1191 related articles
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The Tampa Tribune
The drug industry's triumph over the DEAby the Post and 60 Minutes under the Freedom of Information Act for public reco
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
by the Post and 60 Minutes under the Freedom of Information Act for public records that might shed additional light on the matter. Some of those requests have been pending for nearly 18 months. The Post is now suing the Justice Department in... Read more
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The Register Citizen
The drug industry's triumph over the DEAThe Post and "60 Minutes" under the Freedom of Information Act for public recor
The Register Citizen / Posted 4 days ago
The Post and "60 Minutes" under the Freedom of Information Act for public records that might shed additional light on the matter. Some of those requests have been pending for nearly 18 months. The Post is now suing the Justice Department in... Read more
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Golf Magazine
The 11 newcomers to GOLF's top 100 courses listnine. Most memorable is the trio of stunning closing holes, beginning with the
Golf Magazine / Posted 6 days ago
nine. Most memorable is the trio of stunning closing holes, beginning with the 176-yard, par-3 16th (above), a beauty that Matt Kuchar compared to Cypress Point. Pebble? Cypress? With namechecks like that, it's no surprise that Cabot Cliffs debuts... Read more
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Offshore Magazine
Offshore Melbourne FSRU depends on local gas developments65 km (40.4 mi) south of Melbourne, importing LNG to ease gas shortage issues i
Offshore Magazine / Posted 8 days ago
65 km (40.4 mi) south of Melbourne, importing LNG to ease gas shortage issues in southeast Australia. Senior analyst Matt Howell said the proposal had attracted mixed reviews in light of domestic supply options already under development,... Read more
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TSN
VGK claim Subban from BruinsSchlemko (hand) Tuesday's Practice Lines Perreault-Scheifele-Wheeler Ehlers-
TSN / Posted 16 days ago
Schlemko (hand) Tuesday's Practice Lines Perreault-Scheifele-Wheeler Ehlers-Little-Laine Tanev-Lowry-Armia Dano-Matthias-Petan Also on ice: Connor, Copp Injured Reserve:... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Family and community at the heart of the Koori Knockoutrugby league carnival a festival of family and community A couple of weeks ago
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 days ago
rugby league carnival a festival of family and community A couple of weeks ago Will Smith helped carry the hopes of Parramatta Eels fans across the country as they competed in their first NRL finals series since 2009. This weekend he will be... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times letters: Reading, not understandinggas supplies. BHP Petroleum chief Mike Yeager told journalists in 2014 that th
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
gas supplies. BHP Petroleum chief Mike Yeager told journalists in 2014 that there was plenty of gas available in the Bass Strait, and it could supply people in Victoria and NSW, and possibly even Queensland, "indefinitely". The reason we are... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times letters: Reading, not understandinggas supplies. BHP Petroleum chief Mike Yeager told journalists in 2014 that th
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
gas supplies. BHP Petroleum chief Mike Yeager told journalists in 2014 that there was plenty of gas available in the Bass Strait, and it could supply people in Victoria and NSW, and possibly even Queensland, "indefinitely". The reason we are... Read more
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Mashable
Cities are getting thirsty for that new Amazon headquartersthe airport. But the Star swears, "we're working on it!" Less likely but no le
Mashable / Posted 30 days ago
the airport. But the Star swears, "we're working on it!" Less likely but no less enthused is New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer in Delaware who thinks the Wilimington area has a shot, too, despite it not meeting some of Amazon's criteria and,... Read more
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The Suburbanite
Do you share a birthday with somebody famous?Lincoln, Charles Darwin; 13 – Bess Truman, Peter Gabriel; 17 – Jim Brown, Micha
The Suburbanite / Posted 1 months ago
Lincoln, Charles Darwin; 13 – Bess Truman, Peter Gabriel; 17 – Jim Brown, Michael Jordan, Paris Hilton; 18 – John Travolta, Matt Dillon; 19 – Smoky Robinson, Seal, Nicolaus Copernicus; 24 – Steve Jobs, Billy Zane, Joe Lieberman; 25 – George... Read more
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SportingNews
Inside the 2017-18 Jets: Playoff hopefuls staying the courseU.S. on NBC's broadcasts at any point during the regular season. Steve Mason (
SportingNews / Posted 1 months ago
U.S. on NBC's broadcasts at any point during the regular season. Steve Mason (free agent), Dmitry Kulikov (free agent), Matt Hendricks (free agent)Jets' key offseason departures Ondrej Pavelec (free agent), Anthony Peluso (expansion draft),... Read more

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