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News.com.au
Aussie teens and ‘bedroom culture’just five countries: the Netherlands, the United States, Canada, France and the
News.com.au / Posted 2 minutes ago
just five countries: the Netherlands, the United States, Canada, France and the Russian Federation. But Lucy Thomas, from Melbourne-based organisation Project Rockit, told news.com.au you can’t protect young people by shielding them from... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Brent finds peace on the bikeit all, he has found solace in generating awareness about mental health through
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 minutes ago
it all, he has found solace in generating awareness about mental health through exercise. He and Daniel Gillies, of Melbourne, have just completed a 1200km, eight-day cycle around Tasmania to raise funds for the charity. Their goal is to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Melbourne United big guns fire in thumping win over Sydney KingsMelbourne United's big guns fired to mercilessly take down the Sydney Kings las
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 minutes ago
Melbourne United's big guns fired to mercilessly take down the Sydney Kings last night. Last Saturday night Melbourne's offence looked inept in an away loss to Cairns but in the friendly confines of Hisense Arena they came out with intent and the... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne United big guns fire in thumping win over Sydney KingsMelbourne United's big guns fired to mercilessly take down the Sydney Kings las
The Age / Posted 18 minutes ago
Melbourne United's big guns fired to mercilessly take down the Sydney Kings last night. Last Saturday night Melbourne's offence looked inept in an away loss to Cairns but in the friendly confines of Hisense Arena they came out with intent and the... Read more
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KECI Missoula
When kids get their first cell phones around the worldthe study, published in the journal Environmental Health in June, data were col
KECI Missoula / Posted 23 minutes ago
the study, published in the journal Environmental Health in June, data were collected on 412 children from 36 schools in Melbourne and Wollongong between 2010 and 2013. "Parents were asked at what age their child first owned or used a mobile... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Brent finds peace on the bikeit all, he has found solace in generating awareness about mental health through
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 27 minutes ago
it all, he has found solace in generating awareness about mental health through exercise. He and Daniel Gillies, of Melbourne, have just completed a 1200km, eight-day cycle around Tasmania to raise funds for the charity. Their goal is to... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
When kids get their first cell phones around the worldthe study, published in the journal Environmental Health in June, data were col
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 30 minutes ago
the study, published in the journal Environmental Health in June, data were collected on 412 children from 36 schools in Melbourne and Wollongong between 2010 and 2013. "Parents were asked at what age their child first owned or used a mobile... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
When kids get their first cell phones around the worldthe study, published in the journal Environmental Health in June, data were col
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 35 minutes ago
the study, published in the journal Environmental Health in June, data were collected on 412 children from 36 schools in Melbourne and Wollongong between 2010 and 2013. "Parents were asked at what age their child first owned or used a mobile... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
When kids get their first cell phones around the worldthe study, published in the journal Environmental Health in June, data were col
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 36 minutes ago
the study, published in the journal Environmental Health in June, data were collected on 412 children from 36 schools in Melbourne and Wollongong between 2010 and 2013. "Parents were asked at what age their child first owned or used a mobile... Read more
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News.com.au
Brent finds peace on the bikeBrent Simpson, of the Gold Coast, left, and Daniel Gillies, of Melbourne, have
News.com.au / Posted 36 minutes ago
Brent Simpson, of the Gold Coast, left, and Daniel Gillies, of Melbourne, have just completed a 1200km eight-day ride around Tasmania to raise awareness of mental health through charity Heavy Hiterz. Picture: NIKKI DAVIS-JONES Source:News... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
When kids get their first cell phones around the worldthe study, published in the journal Environmental Health in June, data were col
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 39 minutes ago
the study, published in the journal Environmental Health in June, data were collected on 412 children from 36 schools in Melbourne and Wollongong between 2010 and 2013. "Parents were asked at what age their child first owned or used a mobile... Read more
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Football365
Mails on dropping 'abysmal' Lukaku and blaming JoseUnited did too badly, all things considered. I thought we were right in it…wel
Football365 / Posted 44 minutes ago
United did too badly, all things considered. I thought we were right in it…well, right in it until the kick-off. Jonesey, Melbourne On Lukaku, Jose and reality First things first, I don’t think if United had ‘gone for it’ against City, it would... Read more
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The Border Mail
KP’s special praise for our region ahead of Border Bash | Photos PHOTOS: Melbourne Stars and Sydney Thunder cricket clinic at Kelly P
The Border Mail / Posted 45 minutes ago
| Photos PHOTOS: Melbourne Stars and Sydney Thunder cricket clinic at Kelly Park in Wodonga Cricketing superstar Kevin Pietersen has travelled to all corners of the globe playing the sport he... Read more
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The Courier
Missing hiker’s body found at Werribee Gorge State parkinjured or something like that.” It was a relatively mild night overnight, wit
The Courier / Posted 52 minutes ago
injured or something like that.” It was a relatively mild night overnight, with the mercury not dropping below 10 degrees in Ballarat. In Melbourne, the coolest it got was 13.9 degrees. Police do not currently expect any foul play. ... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Liberty One Steel secure Inland Rail contract15,000 tonnes of steel for track,' Mr. Fullerton told Sky Business. 'We've got
Sky News Australia / Posted 59 minutes ago
15,000 tonnes of steel for track,' Mr. Fullerton told Sky Business. 'We've got about 140 people working in the company and have commenced the design and environmental approval process.' The project will eventually connect Melbourne to B... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
When kids get their first cell phones around the worldthe study, published in the journal Environmental Health in June, data were col
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted an hour ago
the study, published in the journal Environmental Health in June, data were collected on 412 children from 36 schools in Melbourne and Wollongong between 2010 and 2013. "Parents were asked at what age their child first owned or used a mobile... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ashes 2017: England curfew back on as Mitchell Johnson compares shambolic tour to 2013/14 whitewashtipped a beer over a teammate's head. It's unknown for how long this ban will
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
tipped a beer over a teammate's head. It's unknown for how long this ban will last as players are due for more time off in Melbourne next week for Christmas heading into the Boxing Day Test. It may sound harsh to treat adults in such a manner but... Read more
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The Age
Ashes 2017: England curfew back on as Mitchell Johnson compares shambolic tour to 2013/14 whitewashtipped a beer over a teammate's head. It's unknown for how long this ban will
The Age / Posted an hour ago
tipped a beer over a teammate's head. It's unknown for how long this ban will last as players are due for more time off in Melbourne next week for Christmas heading into the Boxing Day Test. It may sound harsh to treat adults in such a manner but... Read more
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The North West Star
Relaxed Bai starts Australian Open singles wildcard bidwill play against No. 8 seed Olivia Tjandramulia in the first round of the Aust
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
will play against No. 8 seed Olivia Tjandramulia in the first round of the Australian Open wildcard play-off at Melbourne Park on Tuesday. The 27-year-old has already secured a doubles berth alongside Zoe Hives and knows she will be... Read more
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The Border Mail
Fentanyl is here, and it's killing peopleA string of deaths in Melbourne are believed connected to the extremely dangero
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
A string of deaths in Melbourne are believed connected to the extremely dangerous "drop dead" drug fuelling the worst opioid crisis in United States history. The 10 overdoses, involving a suspected mix of heroin and fentanyl, are thought to be the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Wodonga hockey players score a new $500,000 surface for fieldsbe installed at Wodonga’s hockey fields for next season. Wodonga Council on Mo
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
be installed at Wodonga’s hockey fields for next season. Wodonga Council on Monday night agreed to a $516,885 tender from Melbourne company Tiger Turf Australia. It will be the first new surface since the pitches were formed in 1996. Wodonga... Read more
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The Border Mail
Kevin Pietersen set to thrill Border and North East cricket fansKING OF THE KIDS: Melbourne Stars' batsman Kevin Pietersen was the target for m
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
KING OF THE KIDS: Melbourne Stars' batsman Kevin Pietersen was the target for many of the youngsters at Monday's family day. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE The Border will host one of its biggest world superstars in the past 25 years with Kevin Pietersen... Read more
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The Border Mail
Thunder looks to rebound against Melbourne Stars after lossat Wodonga's Kelly Park. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE Sydney Thunder will look to
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
at Wodonga's Kelly Park. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE Sydney Thunder will look to bounce back in Tuesday’s WBBL clash against Melbourne Stars. The Thunder posted a then-record score of 6-200 in Saturday’s season-opener against Melbourne Renegades,... Read more
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The Courier
Aerial fire fleet ready with local helis on standby as summer heats upfirefighting helicopter at Bacchus Marsh will cover the region south to Geelong
The Courier / Posted an hour ago
firefighting helicopter at Bacchus Marsh will cover the region south to Geelong, grasslands to the west and north of Melbourne, the Wombat Forest and the southern edge of Macedon. This will free up the Ballarat-based firefighting helicopter... Read more
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The Age
Union leaders accused of conspiracy in waterfront blockadeharm inflicted has been "immeasurable". Victoria International Container Termi
The Age / Posted an hour ago
harm inflicted has been "immeasurable". Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT), which runs a major terminal at Melbourne's Webb Dock, launched fresh legal action on Monday alleging high-profile union leaders were part of a "conspiracy"... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Union leaders accused of conspiracy in waterfront blockadeharm inflicted has been "immeasurable". Victoria International Container Termi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
harm inflicted has been "immeasurable". Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT), which runs a major terminal at Melbourne's Webb Dock, launched fresh legal action on Monday alleging high-profile union leaders were part of a "conspiracy"... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Islamic State remains a threat to Australia, counter-terrorism experts sayState (IS) group remains resilient and will be desperate to prove itself, an in
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
State (IS) group remains resilient and will be desperate to prove itself, an international counter-terrorism conference in Melbourne has heard. The warning comes from terrorism experts who believe the extremist threat has not diminished despite IS... Read more
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Omineca Express
BC company sends planes to fight California wildfiresin Arizona; we pulled it out of maintenance and got it going,” Coulson said. Th
Omineca Express / Posted 2 hours ago
in Arizona; we pulled it out of maintenance and got it going,” Coulson said. The second tanker was being loaded to head to Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, but Coulson instead diverted it to Santa Maria, California. “The Australian fire... Read more
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ABC News
Australian city of Melbourne to test terrorism alarm systemAustralia?Add Australia as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Austral
ABC News / Posted 2 hours ago
Australia?Add Australia as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Australia news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Melbourne will test a terrorism alarm system this month after police thwarted two alleged plots targeting Christmas-New Year... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
A dozen injured in huge smashAT LEAST a dozen people have been injured and a man is fighting for life after
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 hours ago
AT LEAST a dozen people have been injured and a man is fighting for life after a serious multi-car crash in Melbourne, leaving evening commuters stuck in traffic. Ambulance officers are currently on the Sydney Road and Ring Road scene, where it’s... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘Pathetic event’: Xbox slammedAustralia’s efforts, with many complaining about the location of the drops and
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 hours ago
Australia’s efforts, with many complaining about the location of the drops and how fast everything disappeared. Gamers in Melbourne were disappointed that the drop occurred on an inner-city beach, with those arriving complaining nothing was left... Read more
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Herald Sun
Marathon woman runs 1657km for charity— and a stunning world record. Cherise Bell on Monday finished an epic 1657km
Herald Sun / Posted 2 hours ago
— and a stunning world record. Cherise Bell on Monday finished an epic 1657km ultra marathon challenge from Brisbane to Melbourne. “It’s a little bit surreal,’’ she admitted. “I suspect it will probably sink in with the days to come.’’ The... Read more
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The North West Star
Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'the ERF," he said. "It's like bastard child whose existence no one wants to ack
The North West Star / Posted 2 hours ago
the ERF," he said. "It's like bastard child whose existence no one wants to acknowledge." Tim Baxter, a researcher at Melbourne University's Australian-German Climate and Energy College, described the report as "a light touch" that failed to... Read more
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The Border Mail
Sexual abuse in mental wards is bad and getting worseinpatient units, delivered through 18 designated hospital services, from Easter
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
inpatient units, delivered through 18 designated hospital services, from Eastern Health and Monash Health in metropolitan Melbourne, to Albury Wodonga Health or the New Mildura Base Hospital in regional Victoria. The trouble is, beds and staff... Read more
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The Age
Woman admits to killing partner with car after he left with suitcasewas on foot in a car park near a Sunbury kindergarten early in the morning of J
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
was on foot in a car park near a Sunbury kindergarten early in the morning of January 8, according to documents released by Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday. A witness told police Donker tried to "run him [Mr Powell] down" several times before... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Woman admits to killing partner with car after he left with suitcasewas on foot in a car park near a Sunbury kindergarten early in the morning of J
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
was on foot in a car park near a Sunbury kindergarten early in the morning of January 8, according to documents released by Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday. A witness told police Donker tried to "run him [Mr Powell] down" several times before... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
Australian city of Melbourne to test terrorism alarm systemMELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Melbourne will test a terrorism alarm system this m
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted 2 hours ago
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Melbourne will test a terrorism alarm system this month after police thwarted two alleged plots targeting Christmas-New Year crowds and a lone driver killed six pedestrians in the last year in Australia's second-largest... Read more
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The Courier
Sexual abuse in mental wards is bad and getting worseinpatient units, delivered through 18 designated hospital services, from Easter
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
inpatient units, delivered through 18 designated hospital services, from Eastern Health and Monash Health in metropolitan Melbourne, to Albury Wodonga Health or the New Mildura Base Hospital in regional Victoria. The trouble is, beds and staff... Read more
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The Courier
Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'the ERF," he said. "It's like bastard child whose existence no one wants to ack
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
the ERF," he said. "It's like bastard child whose existence no one wants to acknowledge." Tim Baxter, a researcher at Melbourne University's Australian-German Climate and Energy College, described the report as "a light touch" that failed to... Read more
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News.com.au
A dozen injured in huge smash7 AT LEAST a dozen people have been injured and a man is fighting for life aft
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
7 AT LEAST a dozen people have been injured and a man is fighting for life after a serious multi-car crash in Melbourne, leaving evening commuters stuck in traffic. Ambulance officers are currently on the Sydney Road and Ring Road... Read more
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The Courier
Ballarat East woman scammed of nearly $10,000about the incident. Another scam circulating is an email for a “parking ticket
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
about the incident. Another scam circulating is an email for a “parking ticket notice” claiming to be from the City of Melbourne. The email appears convincing at first glance but contains grammatical errors which can be a trait of letter... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Abe Saffron and the 'purple circle' of detectives linked to Shirley Finn murderoffered to provide the information in return for the downgrading of charges aga
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
offered to provide the information in return for the downgrading of charges against a friend. Giving evidence today from Melbourne via a phone link, Mr Parker laughed when the counsel assisting the coroner, Toby Bishop, put it to him that he had... Read more
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WA Today
'Bastard child': Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'the ERF," he said. "It's like bastard child whose existence no one wants to ack
WA Today / Posted 2 hours ago
the ERF," he said. "It's like bastard child whose existence no one wants to acknowledge." Tim Baxter, a researcher at Melbourne University's Australian-German Climate and Energy College, described the report as "a light touch" that failed to... Read more
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News.com.au
Marathon woman runs 1657km for charityCherise Bell (left) finishes her run from Brisbane to Melbourne, raising funds
News.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
Cherise Bell (left) finishes her run from Brisbane to Melbourne, raising funds for the Murdoch Children's Research Institute. Picture: Jay Town Source:News Corp Australia WHAT started with a trek to work to beat the public transport crush has ended... Read more
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News.com.au
Vasil entries banned until trainer talksriding Every Faith crossed the finish line to win the $100,000 race 1, Janet Br
News.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
riding Every Faith crossed the finish line to win the $100,000 race 1, Janet Brady Handicap, at Caulfield racecourse in Melbourne, Saturday, July 29, 2017.(AAP Image/Joe Castro) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLYSource:AAP THE probe into a... Read more
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The Age
Social housing devalues private units nearby, developer saysthe reality." The Victorian government has embarked on a series of public hous
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
the reality." The Victorian government has embarked on a series of public housing upgrades on ageing estates in some of Melbourne's most attractive locations. It intends to offset the development cost by selling public land to private... Read more
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The Age
Sexual abuse in Victoria's mental wards is bad and getting worseinpatient units, delivered through 18 designated hospital services, from Easter
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
inpatient units, delivered through 18 designated hospital services, from Eastern Health and Monash Health in metropolitan Melbourne, to Albury Wodonga Health or the New Mildura Base Hospital in regional Victoria. The trouble is, beds and staff... Read more
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The Age
Lizelle Lee out to continue hot start for Melbourne Stars in WBBLcome as a surprise to see Lizelle Lee bludgeon early Sydney Sixers' bowling and
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
come as a surprise to see Lizelle Lee bludgeon early Sydney Sixers' bowling and briefly give rise to hopes of an unlikely Melbourne Stars win on Saturday night at North Sydney Oval. Ranked No. 8 in the ICC's one-day batting rankings, the South... Read more
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Western Advocate
The real Lucky Country sees Mudgee in the moneytalent was part of a win, part of a loss and also part of the weekend’s biggest
Western Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
talent was part of a win, part of a loss and also part of the weekend’s biggest controversy – a disputed catch against the Melbourne Renegades. One thing Lisa was not, though, was alone. Parade hears more than 100 Bathurst locals made the trip to... Read more
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CTV News
Melbourne to test terrorism alarm systemMELBOURNE, Australia - Melbourne will test a terrorism alarm system this month
CTV News / Posted 3 hours ago
MELBOURNE, Australia - Melbourne will test a terrorism alarm system this month after police thwarted two alleged plots targeting Christmas-New Year crowds and a lone driver killed six pedestrians in the last year in Australia's second-largest... Read more
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