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Manila Standard Today
Tugade’s troublesvehicular accidents, and 19th in frequency of terror attacks. The safest citie
Manila Standard Today / Posted an hour ago
vehicular accidents, and 19th in frequency of terror attacks. The safest cities are Tokyo, Singapore, Osaka, Toronto and Melbourne. Completing the Top Ten are Amsterdam, Sydney, Stockholm, Hong Kong and Zurich. I still have to see where the... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Best bars and restaurants on Coastsummer heat arrives. Spring is also one of the busiest times of the year on the
Geelong Advertiser / Posted an hour ago
summer heat arrives. Spring is also one of the busiest times of the year on the event calendar ... gala balls, GC600 and Melbourne Cup as we head toward the festive season. Which eatery has the friendliest staff? That is a tough one as there... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Idyllic infinity wedding in IndonesiaBay in 2010 and have been together ever since,” Alana says. “Angus surprised me
Geelong Advertiser / Posted an hour ago
Bay in 2010 and have been together ever since,” Alana says. “Angus surprised me and planned an Easter long weekend away in Melbourne and after a beautiful dinner, proposed in a stunning suite in Crown Casino with rose petals and Dom Perignon. It... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Storm season prompts allergy warningmould and grass spores,” Prof Smith warned. “While our pollen is not likely to
Geelong Advertiser / Posted an hour ago
mould and grass spores,” Prof Smith warned. “While our pollen is not likely to reach the same high levels as it does in Melbourne, we can also have very high grass pollen levels on the Gold Coast.” He said it was imperative for allergy... Read more
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The Border Mail
Burn notice: At war with the fireys' unionDaniel Andrews arrives at the Parliament in Melbourne. 19th October 2017. Photo
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
Daniel Andrews arrives at the Parliament in Melbourne. 19th October 2017. Photo by Jason South The Age, News. Prof' Caroline Taylor for story by Nick McKenzie .Pic Simon Schluter 16 October 2017. In late October 2001, Steve Bracks' Labor government... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Should the Wallabies wear the Indigenous jersey more than once a year? is also a big fan of the jersey. "The wallabies should wear the ABORIGINAL jer
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
is also a big fan of the jersey. "The wallabies should wear the ABORIGINAL jersey always," Mundine tweeted, while Melbourne Rebels player Mick Snowden also added: "Any chance of the #Wallabies playing in that Indigenous jersey every week?... Read more
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The Age
Should the Wallabies wear the Indigenous jersey more than once a year? is also a big fan of the jersey. "The wallabies should wear the ABORIGINAL jer
The Age / Posted an hour ago
is also a big fan of the jersey. "The wallabies should wear the ABORIGINAL jersey always," Mundine tweeted, while Melbourne Rebels player Mick Snowden also added: "Any chance of the #Wallabies playing in that Indigenous jersey every week?... Read more
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The Courier
Burn notice: At war with the fireys' unionDaniel Andrews arrives at the Parliament in Melbourne. 19th October 2017. Photo
The Courier / Posted an hour ago
Daniel Andrews arrives at the Parliament in Melbourne. 19th October 2017. Photo by Jason South The Age, News. Prof' Caroline Taylor for story by Nick McKenzie .Pic Simon Schluter 16 October 2017. In late October 2001, Steve Bracks' Labor government... Read more
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The Age
Long history of the United Firefighters Union being an 'embuggerance'to deal with the different groups of people they would encounter on jobs. The
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
to deal with the different groups of people they would encounter on jobs. The union's lawyer, now the Greens member for Melbourne in federal parliament, Adam Bandt, never really explained just why the diversity workshops posed a problem. What he... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Long history of the United Firefighters Union being an 'embuggerance'to deal with the different groups of people they would encounter on jobs. The
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
to deal with the different groups of people they would encounter on jobs. The union's lawyer, now the Greens member for Melbourne in federal parliament, Adam Bandt, never really explained just why the diversity workshops posed a problem. What he... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Iconic inner-ring pubs up for salecorner of Blyth St has been listed through RPM Real Estate, with tenders closin
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 hours ago
corner of Blyth St has been listed through RPM Real Estate, with tenders closing Thursday, November 23 at 4pm. In South Melbourne, the Water Rat Hotel — where Painters and Dockers Union secretary Pat Shannon was murdered in 1973 — is up for... Read more
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The Border Mail
'Family man' and father of four dies after pub brawl in Eildonmourning after a father of four was killed following a brawl outside a pub in E
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
mourning after a father of four was killed following a brawl outside a pub in Eildon, about 140 kilometres north-east of Melbourne. Three men were arrested on Saturday after the fight on Friday night in whichFrankston fencer Greg Mitchem... Read more
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News.com.au
The best food destinations outside Sydneymenu which follows a similar Asian-tilted Australian bent as his brother Andrew
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
menu which follows a similar Asian-tilted Australian bent as his brother Andrew, of Supernormal, Cumulus Inc, Cutler & Co Melbourne fame. Standout dishes; the Moreton Bay bugs with miso butter and the famous yabby jaffle with horseradish and creme... Read more
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soccernews
League Review: Brillante completes comeback in thrilling Sydney derbywide in injury time, but they could not find the third goal that would have kep
soccernews / Posted 2 hours ago
wide in injury time, but they could not find the third goal that would have kept up their winning start to the campaign. Melbourne City remain top of the table, two points above Sydney and four clear of the Wanderers, after they kept up their 100... Read more
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The Age
Privacy / security: What's next, microchip implants for humans?does Turnbull need to show that he's in charge and his party's policies are mor
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
does Turnbull need to show that he's in charge and his party's policies are more than a cobbled compromise? Bill Allan, MelbourneDeath of a parrot Sobering to read ('End of the line for orange-bellied parrot?', The Sunday Age, 15/10) that the... Read more
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Soccer Way
A-League Review: Brillante completes comeback in thrilling Sydney derby wide in injury time, but they could not find the third goal that would have kep
Soccer Way / Posted 3 hours ago
wide in injury time, but they could not find the third goal that would have kept up their winning start to the campaign. Melbourne City remain top of the table, two points above Sydney and four clear of the Wanderers, after they kept up their 100... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Tim Rogers songs star in musicalas part of the three-piece band each night. “It’s worked in our favour,” he sa
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 3 hours ago
as part of the three-piece band each night. “It’s worked in our favour,” he said of the break between the musical’s 2015 Melbourne Theatre Company premiere and now. “The two actors and their experiences over the past two-and-a-half-years have... Read more
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asianage
Police offers exorbitant bounty of 1 mil. AUS $ for mystery serial killerpolice offered a record $4.75 million in rewards Saturday to catch the serial k
asianage / Posted 3 hours ago
police offered a record $4.75 million in rewards Saturday to catch the serial killer or killers behind the murders of six Melbourne women in the 1980s. The women, ranging in age from 14 to 73, disappeared in separate incidents as they travelled on... Read more
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Herald Sun
Dreamtime! Wallabies bury Bledisloe hoodoolosses to the world champions was over. “An overwhelming sense of satisfaction
Herald Sun / Posted 3 hours ago
losses to the world champions was over. “An overwhelming sense of satisfaction,” skipper Michael Hooper said. In the Melbourne wet last year, hisses were directed at Hooper when he elected to kick to touch for a lineout drive rather than... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Tim Rogers songs star in musicalas part of the three-piece band each night. “It’s worked in our favour,” he sa
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
as part of the three-piece band each night. “It’s worked in our favour,” he said of the break between the musical’s 2015 Melbourne Theatre Company premiere and now. “The two actors and their experiences over the past two-and-a-half-years have... Read more
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The North West Star
Witness in Exclusive Brethren case paid for his silencelast June, they warned me I was in danger of breaching the Racial and Religious
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
last June, they warned me I was in danger of breaching the Racial and Religious Tolerance Act and the defamation law. A Melbourne-based church functionary, Lloyd Grimshaw, wrote to Fairfax Media chairman Nick Falloon seeking "management... Read more
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Canberra Times
Gai Waterhouse wants Pinot to fill Oaks void in her resumeWaterhouse and Adrian Bott sat down at the beginning of the spring and made pla
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Waterhouse and Adrian Bott sat down at the beginning of the spring and made plans for a couple of nice fillies to head to Melbourne and Our Crown Mistress and Pinot made a success of it at Caulfield on Saturday, with the promise of more to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Melbourne United finally return home to Hisense Arena after NBA, NBL road marathonThis month Melbourne United has played on the big stage in the NBA and two of t
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
This month Melbourne United has played on the big stage in the NBA and two of the NBL's most parochial venues in Adelaide and Perth. But on Sunday Melbourne finally taste the atmosphere of Hisense Arena when they host New Zealand Breakers at... Read more
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Canberra Times
Oval atmosphere flat as Victory battle back for point against the RedsBesart Berisha of Victory at Adelaide Oval. Photo: AAP When Adelaide United fi
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Besart Berisha of Victory at Adelaide Oval. Photo: AAP When Adelaide United first decided to showcase their games against Melbourne Victory at the city's newly revamped Oval, it would have seemed like a great idea. After all, this was the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Ben Simmons continues to impress early in NBA rookie seasonpoint in the first half after racking up ten rebounds, nine points and a pair o
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
point in the first half after racking up ten rebounds, nine points and a pair of assists before the halfway mark. Big Ben: Melbourne-born Simmons could become Australia's first genuine NBA superstar. Photo: AP Meanwhile Boston's 102-92 win marked... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why female Australian jumping spiders only mate oncethose sons will also find mates." Or, the male might be drugging her. Professo
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
those sons will also find mates." Or, the male might be drugging her. Professor Mark Elgar, from the University of Melbourne, speculates the male spider might include chemicals in his own semen that turn her off sex for life. That would... Read more
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Canberra Times
Boom Time takes out Caulfield Cup to give David Hayes his greatest momentdecision to roll the dice and have a shot at the Caulfield Cup with Boom Time e
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
decision to roll the dice and have a shot at the Caulfield Cup with Boom Time earlier in the week meant he stayed in Melbourne. "It is five years today that I arrived in Seymour from New Zealand and I'm still there," Parish said. "I can't... Read more
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Canberra Times
David Hayes trained Boom Time wins Caulfield Cup in a boiloverrunner up by becoming the first female jockey to win the Caulfield Cup. Payne r
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
runner up by becoming the first female jockey to win the Caulfield Cup. Payne rode into history in 2015 when she won the Melbourne Cup on 100-1 shot Prince of Penzance. Johannes Vermeer was trying to give his Irish trainer O'Brien what would... Read more
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Canberra Times
Gungahlin Jets wing Maddie Shevlin joins Melbourne Demons for AFLW seasonfor a smoother transition when she completes a remarkable rise just 18 months a
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
for a smoother transition when she completes a remarkable rise just 18 months after her first game. Shevlin has joined the Melbourne Demons for the AFLW season after the 20-year-old was picked up in the rookie draft on Friday. It will be a massive... Read more
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Canberra Times
WNBL: Canberra Capitals young gun Eziyoda Magbegor forging her own legacyproud of, having been born in New Zealand to Nigerian parents Patience and Appo
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
proud of, having been born in New Zealand to Nigerian parents Patience and Appolus.​ The family moved to Craigieburn in Melbourne's north when Magbegor was six years old with Patience and Appolus keen to find a better environment to raise their... Read more
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Canberra Times
Families plead for help as police offer $6m reward in hunt for serial killeraged 14 to 73 – were grabbed seemingly at random and found dumped in scrubland
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
aged 14 to 73 – were grabbed seemingly at random and found dumped in scrubland in Frankston and Tynong North, south-east of Melbourne. Police on Saturday announced a record $6 million in rewards are on offer, $1 million each, for help in solving... Read more
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Canberra Times
Nick Petroulias caught up in Supreme Court case over $12m land saleHe was brash and brilliant. A young lawyer from Melbourne who became a rising s
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
He was brash and brilliant. A young lawyer from Melbourne who became a rising star of the public service, hand-picked to serve as assistant tax commissioner by the age of 30. That was until a spectacular fall from grace left Nick Petroulias jailed... Read more
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Canberra Times
Caulfield Cup runneth over with stars as hat debate the toque of the trackmake a real statement. "Racing is about the headwear ... go big or go home," s
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
make a real statement. "Racing is about the headwear ... go big or go home," she said. Firmly in the hatted brigade was Melbourne Racing Club style ambassador Nadia Bartel, whose custom ombre wide-brimmed hat perfectly matched her cobalt blue... Read more
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Canberra Times
Potential witness in Exclusive Brethren sex abuse case paid to remain silentlast June, they warned me I was in danger of breaching the Racial and Religious
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
last June, they warned me I was in danger of breaching the Racial and Religious Tolerance Act and the defamation law. A Melbourne-based church functionary, Lloyd Grimshaw, wrote to Fairfax Media chairman Nick Falloon seeking "management... Read more
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Canberra Times
Roosters want Cooper Cronk to turn Mitchell Pearce into best half in the gameto land Cronk, who earlier this year was tipped to retire when he walked away f
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
to land Cronk, who earlier this year was tipped to retire when he walked away from the final year of his contract with the Melbourne Storm to live in Sydney with fiancee and Fox Sports football reporter Tara Rushton. Other clubs are circling and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Mitchell Pearce not feeling the love at Sydney Roosters while club woos Cooper Cronkof Cooper Cronk. Photo: NRL imagery Cronk is known to be upset that Pearce has
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
of Cooper Cronk. Photo: NRL imagery Cronk is known to be upset that Pearce has been wearing it. After the Roosters played Melbourne in round 23, Pearce and Cronk had a long chat, in which Pearce told the Storm half of his admiration for him. The... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Radical honesty': Marvel's Rachael Taylor on #metoo effect after Weinstein scandalrespects it's an incredible time for this moment of radical honesty," Taylor to
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
respects it's an incredible time for this moment of radical honesty," Taylor told Fairfax Media at the Caulfield Cup in Melbourne on Saturday. Rachael Taylor, at the Caulfield Cup on Saturday, said she was "empowered" by women speaking out... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Almost a religious experience': Taylor Mac opus leaves audience weeping for moreMELBOURNE FESTIVAL ​A 24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC ★★★★★ Taylor Mac, Fo
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
MELBOURNE FESTIVAL ​A 24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC ★★★★★ Taylor Mac, Forum Theatre, October 11-20 Australia has never seen anything like it, and to have Taylor Mac's A 24-Decade History of Popular Music at the fulcrum of this year's... Read more
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Canberra Times
Karl Stefanovic a no-show at Caulfield Cup amid Today rumours his hosting gig on Today. Stefanovic had been due to join his girlfriend, shoe
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
his hosting gig on Today. Stefanovic had been due to join his girlfriend, shoe designer Jasmine Yarbrough, at the races in Melbourne but in the wake of the sudden defection of co-host Lisa Wilkinson to Channel Ten during the week clearly had a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Iilish Ross' rocky road to Collingwood's AFLW teamPies. Then it was back to Murray High School for HSC exams, including one the d
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Pies. Then it was back to Murray High School for HSC exams, including one the day after the draft, before Ross returns to Melbourne for pre-season in November. Things have worked out. "I couldn't have asked for anything better than to be playing... Read more
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Canberra Times
Beaufort woman, 87, dies in hospital nearly a week after Avoca bus crashswerving on the Sunraysia Highway near Avoca. Photo: 9 News Another three wome
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
swerving on the Sunraysia Highway near Avoca. Photo: 9 News Another three women were airlifted to the Alfred and Royal Melbourne hospitals in critical condition following the crash while 13 were taken to Bendigo and Ballarat hospitals with... Read more
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Canberra Times
Snitty Kitty steps out of the shadows and into the Caulfield spotlightduring the week and the shower that arrived just before the race helped him.TOU
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
during the week and the shower that arrived just before the race helped him.TOUGH FELLA Goodfella has earned a trip to Melbourne as well as a return to the Magic Millions after the colt underlined his class at Randwick. The promising Bjorn... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra horse Single Gaze finishes second in Caulfield Cup, set for Melbourne CupShe carried the field to the line in the Caulfield Cup, now Single Gaze will ca
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
She carried the field to the line in the Caulfield Cup, now Single Gaze will carry Canberra's hopes in the Melbourne Cup. The gutsy mare will cap her return from a horrific fall that almost ended her career and seriously injured jockey Kathy O'Hara... Read more
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Canberra Times
The last supper that sealed Second Gaze's Canberra and Caulfield Cup fateof joy are falling again, with Olive set to take both jockey and horse to the r
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
of joy are falling again, with Olive set to take both jockey and horse to the race that stops a nation - the $6 million Melbourne Cup. But it was a rollercoaster that almost never happened. The diminutive mare almost didn't make her way to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Marmelo the new Melbourne Cup favourite after flying finish in Caulfield CupEnglish stayer Marmelo is the new Melbourne Cup favourite but Hugh Bowman is ye
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
English stayer Marmelo is the new Melbourne Cup favourite but Hugh Bowman is yet to commit to riding the five-year-old at Flemington after he roared home behind Boom Time in the Caulfield Cup on Saturday. Packed race: The field gallops into the... Read more
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Canberra Times
A-League: Melbourne City see off Phoenix to maintain perfect recordA quality free kick from Melbourne City's on loan Scottish international strike
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
A quality free kick from Melbourne City's on loan Scottish international striker was enough to give Warren Joyce's team a 1-0 win over a gallant Wellington Phoenix at AAMI Park, continuing the hosts 100 per cent record this season. After three... Read more
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Daily Mail
James Packer opens up about his sister Gretel and father's willcoverage of shock NZ PM Cyclist comes up with novel way to fend off pesky magp
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
coverage of shock NZ PM Cyclist comes up with novel way to fend off pesky magpies Witnesses describe horrific scenes at Melbourne double shooting James Uhr found dead after brutal road rage attack on his mother Australian teacher shot dead in... Read more
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The Border Mail
Witness in Exclusive Brethren case paid for his silencelast June, they warned me I was in danger of breaching the Racial and Religious
The Border Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
last June, they warned me I was in danger of breaching the Racial and Religious Tolerance Act and the defamation law. A Melbourne-based church functionary, Lloyd Grimshaw, wrote to Fairfax Media chairman Nick Falloon seeking "management... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sports Thought: Time to breathe, please, after Richmond's moment in the suncelebrated by his peers for winning the AFL Players Association MVP award – alo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
celebrated by his peers for winning the AFL Players Association MVP award – along with a string of other awards – former Melbourne captain Jack Trengove was delisted by the Demons. Eight years ago Trengove was the No.2 pick overall and snapped up... Read more
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News.com.au
Tim Rogers songs star in musicalas part of the three-piece band each night. “It’s worked in our favour,” he sa
News.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
as part of the three-piece band each night. “It’s worked in our favour,” he said of the break between the musical’s 2015 Melbourne Theatre Company premiere and now. “The two actors and their experiences over the past two-and-a-half-years have... Read more
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