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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Woman injured in shark attack at Sydney beachattended the scene and transported the woman to St George Hospital, where she r
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
attended the scene and transported the woman to St George Hospital, where she remains in a stable condition. A NSW Ambulance spokesperson said authorities were still trying to determine the species of shark believed to be involved in... Read more
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The Age
Art gallery director job advertisedThe NSW government is advertising the job of director of the Art Gallery of NSW
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
The NSW government is advertising the job of director of the Art Gallery of NSW, but the incumbent Michael Brand will seek to have his contract extended for the high-profile job that will include the long-awaited doubling of exhibition space called... Read more
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The Age
Why do restaurants look down their noses at requests for low-alcohol wine?which are often sour? And are there more preservatives and other artificial che
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
which are often sour? And are there more preservatives and other artificial chemicals in low-alcohol wine? J.L., BULLI, NSW A: Some years ago, when alcohol-reduced wines were a novelty, one winery marketer sent a sample of its new... Read more
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The Age
Danny Katz: Should I have warned people a bird was sitting above them at a cafe?cappuccinos. They were blissfully unaware. Should I have told them to move or l
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
cappuccinos. They were blissfully unaware. Should I have told them to move or let nature take its course? P.T., CLOVELLY, NSW A: Obviously you would always warn a fellow cafe-goer if there was a serious threat of danger: say a cyclone was heading... Read more
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The Age
The quirk giving Woolworths a $30m tax break on poker machine takingssure what we are doing is best practice in this area." Over the past financial
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
sure what we are doing is best practice in this area." Over the past financial year, total poker machine net profits in NSW were $6.192 billion, split between about 70,000 machines in clubs and about 23,000 in pubs. Despite this sum - and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tradies Dickson land swap a 'prime candidate' for anti-corruption commissionthat is not the role of the audit office, a point both Mr Coe and Mr Rattenbury
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
that is not the role of the audit office, a point both Mr Coe and Mr Rattenbury made on Friday. Mr Coe also cited former NSW Auditor-General Tony Harris' on ABC Radio on Friday saying that the issues exposed by Dr Cooper's report were the sort of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The quirk giving Woolworths a $30m tax break on poker machine takingsinto the largest gambling business in the country, benefits to the tune of an e
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
into the largest gambling business in the country, benefits to the tune of an estimated $30 million a year in tax breaks in NSW due to a quirk of the state tax regime, analysis of new government figures shows. The revelation comes as poker machine... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: It can be a deadly decision to avoid prostate cancer screeningtheir food security from reducing by half the volume of water available for foo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
their food security from reducing by half the volume of water available for food and fibre production. Neil Eagle, Barham, NSWGender madness I was astonished to read that ex-army WA Liberal senator Linda Reynolds proposes that we should have mixed... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
New rail links to Badgerys Creek airport to be signature projectsestimated cost, funding and timeline for construction of the rail projects when
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
estimated cost, funding and timeline for construction of the rail projects when federal Cities Minister Paul Fletcher and NSW Minister for Western Sydney Stuart Ayres release the "city deal" as early as next month. "Everybody is wanting to see... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Rebecca White: The politician who wants to remove every pokie in her state with the biggest opponent she could have found in the state - the gaming indust
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
with the biggest opponent she could have found in the state - the gaming industry. Photo: Janie Barrett As though to answer that question, in December, White picked a fight with the biggest opponent she could have found in Tasmania – the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why do restaurants look down their noses at requests for low-alcohol wine?which are often sour? And are there more preservatives and other artificial che
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
which are often sour? And are there more preservatives and other artificial chemicals in low-alcohol wine? J.L., BULLI, NSW A: Some years ago, when alcohol-reduced wines were a novelty, one winery marketer sent a sample of its new... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Art gallery director job advertisedThe NSW government is advertising the job of director of the Art Gallery of NSW
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
The NSW government is advertising the job of director of the Art Gallery of NSW, but the incumbent Michael Brand will seek to have his contract extended for the high-profile job that will include the long-awaited doubling of exhibition space called... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Danny Katz: Should I have warned people a bird was sitting above them at a cafe?cappuccinos. They were blissfully unaware. Should I have told them to move or l
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
cappuccinos. They were blissfully unaware. Should I have told them to move or let nature take its course? P.T., CLOVELLY, NSW A: Obviously you would always warn a fellow cafe-goer if there was a serious threat of danger: say a cyclone was heading... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Barnaby Joyce quits and Michael McCormack firms as favourite to replace himannounced he would back Mr McCormack and current deputy leader Bridget McKenzie
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
announced he would back Mr McCormack and current deputy leader Bridget McKenzie "in the interests of a smooth transition. NSW MP David Gillespie confirmed on Friday to Radio 2GB he will also be a candidate for leader, while Queensland MP David... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The lie that is sucking the life out of Sydney(defined as public assets minus public debts). In Sydney, this is happening in
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
(defined as public assets minus public debts). In Sydney, this is happening in front of our eyes. Over six years, the NSW government will have sold more than $9 billion of assets, including Land Titles building, Millers Point housing, 4000... Read more
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The Age
The 2018 Begonia and Frangipani Weekend a chance to find some gemsbut be sure to call before you turn up. Find more gems, and growing tips, at th
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
but be sure to call before you turn up. Find more gems, and growing tips, at the monthly meetings of the Begonia Society of NSW and the Tropical Garden Society. Ross Boswell will also have a Bloomin' Greenery stall again this year at the Collector's... Read more
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The Age
Litbits February 24 2018after the event. Bookings at anu.edu.au/events or 6125 4144. March 5: That Poe
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
after the event. Bookings at anu.edu.au/events or 6125 4144. March 5: That Poetry Thing: Ellie Malbon and Tricia Dearborn (NSW). Includes open mic. $5 on the door. Smith's Alternative, 76 Alinga St, Civic, 7pm to 9pm. March 12: That Poetry Thing :... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Wessels: Crushing win is one to savourFebruary 23, 2018. NSW Waratahs five-eighth Bernard Foley speaks to the media i
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 3 hours ago
February 23, 2018. NSW Waratahs five-eighth Bernard Foley speaks to the media in Sydney on Friday. Foley told reporters he is determined to help put some pride back in the jersey plus improve their home record ahead of a new Super Rugby season. The... Read more
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The Age
Savvy cash is heading to Sydney's northto purchase secondary grade stock for alternative use, redevelopment purposes.
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
to purchase secondary grade stock for alternative use, redevelopment purposes. Looking ahead, the announcement by the NSW Government regarding the proposed additional railway station at North Sydney (Victoria Cross) is considered a positive... Read more
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The Age
Without ReserveCentre, in an initiative to match job seekers with local employment opportuniti
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
Centre, in an initiative to match job seekers with local employment opportunities. Multiplex regional managing director NSW David Ghannoum was joined by City of Parramatta Lord Mayor Andrew Wilson in a ceremony to officially open the centre. Mr... Read more
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News.com.au
Wessels: Crushing win is one to savourFebruary 23, 2018. NSW Waratahs five-eighth Bernard Foley speaks to the media i
News.com.au / Posted 4 hours ago
February 23, 2018. NSW Waratahs five-eighth Bernard Foley speaks to the media in Sydney on Friday. Foley told reporters he is determined to help put some pride back in the jersey plus improve their home record ahead of a new Super Rugby season. The... Read more
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The Age
Rewind - University lifeVice-chancellor of the University of NSW, Professor Rupert Myers, comes off sec
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
Vice-chancellor of the University of NSW, Professor Rupert Myers, comes off second best during preparations for the Foundation Day procession in Sydney in 1971.Photo: Staff Leader of the Opposition, Andrew Peacock, lends a hand at the Young... Read more
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Canberra Times
How two years on the road will help define Sydney FC's identityof the past five finals and is the only A-League youth side competing in the to
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
of the past five finals and is the only A-League youth side competing in the top division of the National Premier League NSW. The most significant step, however, is tapping into the grassroots with a tangible program. Beginning this year, Sydney... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra product Mac Wright in the frame to make Sheffield Shield debutis one of two spinners called into Tasmania's 13-man squad alongside 17-year-ol
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
is one of two spinners called into Tasmania's 13-man squad alongside 17-year-old revelation Jarrod Freeman to face NSW at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday. The uncapped leg-spinner is in the frame to face a NSW outfit reeling in the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Waratahs must make Allianz Stadium their fortress again: Bernard FoleyWaratahs playmaker Bernard Foley says NSW need to make Allianz Stadium their fo
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
Waratahs playmaker Bernard Foley says NSW need to make Allianz Stadium their fortress once again and improve on a dismal 40 per cent winning record at home over the past two seasons. On the eve of the Waratahs’ first round clash with the Stormers on... Read more
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Canberra Times
Waratahs CEO Andrew Hore opens up on the future of Daryl Gibson and Super Rugby still reeling from its most tumultuous period in recent memory. But the man in
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
still reeling from its most tumultuous period in recent memory. But the man in charge of resurrecting rugby's fortunes in NSW says the fix starts with a little bit of love. "At the moment, the big problem we've got is people don't feel that... Read more
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Canberra Times
Three hurt after bus window smashed on Anzac Bridge in Sydneyreports rocks had been thrown at the bus about 4.15pm. The bus on Anzac Bridge
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
reports rocks had been thrown at the bus about 4.15pm. The bus on Anzac Bridge on Friday afternoon. Photo: Live Traffic NSW Two males were seen fleeing the area. Paramedics treated three people, including a woman in her 40s and a teenage boy,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra has its own World Peace Bell - and you can ring it this weekendthird Tuesday in September each year but you can expect to hear its sound long
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
third Tuesday in September each year but you can expect to hear its sound long into the weekend. Members of the public are invited to ring the bell between 11am and 2pm on Saturday and Sunday. Australia's only other peace bell lives in Cowra,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Battered Barnaby Joyce all too belatedly bails outmeetings about 100 years ago and remained loyal to his death, even if he occasi
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
meetings about 100 years ago and remained loyal to his death, even if he occasionally bewailed its having become (in NSW) a party for rural toffs of the Protestant persuasion, rather than the alliance of townsfolk, rural workers and cockies... Read more
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Canberra Times
Alex Blackwell admits she has 'more left in the tank' despite retirementcricketer and the world’s No.5 batter on the current ICC rankings, explained wh
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
cricketer and the world’s No.5 batter on the current ICC rankings, explained why she’ll retire from the Australian and NSW teams after Saturday’s Women’s National Cricket League final - despite the admission she still has “more left in the... Read more
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Canberra Times
NSW senior constable accused of historical child sex abuseA NSW police officer has been charged over numerous alleged historical child se
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
A NSW police officer has been charged over numerous alleged historical child sex abuse offences. It's alleged the man was 15 when he indecently and sexually assaulted a girl in the 1990s. He was arrested at his home on Friday morning following... Read more
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Canberra Times
Shark attack suspected after woman bitten at La Perouselacerations to one of her legs after they were called to Congwong Beach in Bota
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
lacerations to one of her legs after they were called to Congwong Beach in Botany Bay National Park about 7pm. A NSW Ambulance spokesman said the woman's injury was being treated as a suspected shark bite. She was taken to St George... Read more
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News.com.au
Killer dad’s bold lie to childrenCorp Australia STEVE Fesus not only murdered his teenage wife in 1997 when her
News.com.au / Posted 5 hours ago
Corp Australia STEVE Fesus not only murdered his teenage wife in 1997 when her two toddlers were also in their NSW family home, but he’s managed to convince them, to this day, that he’s innocent. “Although they may have difficulty... Read more
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News.com.au
Rebels’ new era off to red hot startFebruary 23, 2018. NSW Waratahs five-eighth Bernard Foley speaks to the media i
News.com.au / Posted 5 hours ago
February 23, 2018. NSW Waratahs five-eighth Bernard Foley speaks to the media in Sydney on Friday. Foley told reporters he is determined to help put some pride back in the jersey plus improve their home record ahead of a new Super Rugby season. The... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Woman injured in suspected shark attack at Sydney beachattended the scene and transported the woman to St George Hospital, where she r
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
attended the scene and transported the woman to St George Hospital, where she remains in a stable condition. A NSW Ambulance spokesperson said authorities were still trying to determine the species of shark believed to be involved in... Read more
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Manning River Times
Funding for Hannam Vale, Coopernook and Harrington communitieson Friday, February 23 to announce $190,624 in funding to breathe life into loc
Manning River Times / Posted 5 hours ago
on Friday, February 23 to announce $190,624 in funding to breathe life into local community projects as part of the NSW Government’s $200 million Stronger Country Communities fund. The NSW Government’s significant investment in Hannam Vale,... Read more
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The Age
Shark attack suspected after woman bitten at La Perouseaged in her 50s, for significant lacerations to one of her legs after they were
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
aged in her 50s, for significant lacerations to one of her legs after they were called to Congwong Beach about 7pm. A NSW Ambulance spokesman said the woman's injury was being treated as a suspected shark bite. She was taken to St George... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Shark attack suspected after woman bitten at La Perouseaged in her 50s, for significant lacerations to one of her legs after they were
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
aged in her 50s, for significant lacerations to one of her legs after they were called to Congwong Beach about 7pm. A NSW Ambulance spokesman said the woman's injury was being treated as a suspected shark bite. She was taken to St George... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NSW senior constable accused of historical child sex abuseA NSW police officer has been charged over numerous alleged historical child se
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
A NSW police officer has been charged over numerous alleged historical child sex abuse offences. It's alleged the man was 15 when he indecently and sexually assaulted a girl in the 1990s. He was arrested at his home on Friday morning following... Read more
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The Age
NSW senior constable accused of historical child sex abuseA NSW police officer has been charged over numerous alleged historical child se
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
A NSW police officer has been charged over numerous alleged historical child sex abuse offences. It's alleged the man was 15 when he indecently and sexually assaulted a girl in the 1990s. He was arrested at his home on Friday morning following... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Barnaby Joyce: The story of an unlikely rise and a self-inflicted fallis moving in behind Mr McCormack because there is no real alternative, and in a
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 hours ago
is moving in behind Mr McCormack because there is no real alternative, and in an effort to show it is regrouping. Another NSW National, David Gillespie, has also put up his hand — despite still waiting on a High Court decision about his... Read more
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The Age
NSW Waratahs look at Leichhardt Oval, Parramatta Stadium during Allianz Stadium rebuild"Hopefully we can create something NSW can be proud of. I think that strategy o
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
"Hopefully we can create something NSW can be proud of. I think that strategy of having a smaller, medium and larger size stadium has merit in it for a state the size of NSW." Hore rubbished reports the Waratahs were in line for $17 million in... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Friendship paused in quest for WNCL gloryIF anyone knows how to win a WNCL title, it’s the NSW Breakers. This season, th
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
IF anyone knows how to win a WNCL title, it’s the NSW Breakers. This season, though, there’s a bit more in play for them. Breakers captain Alex Blackwell this week announced her retirement from state and international cricket, meaning today’s final... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Alex Blackwell pulls up stumps on rep cricketyour mind well in advance of the actual moment. I’ve been very conscious of wan
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
your mind well in advance of the actual moment. I’ve been very conscious of wanting to transition the next leaders in the NSW Breakers and the Australian team and having conversations around that over the last few years,” Blackwell said. “I guess... Read more
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News.com.au
Suspicious death in southern NSWThe body of a man has been found in a home on the NSW south coast and police ar
News.com.au / Posted 6 hours ago
The body of a man has been found in a home on the NSW south coast and police are treating his death as suspicious. The 63-year-old was found dead on Friday at a home on St Anns Street in Nowra. Police are calling for public information into his... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
We’re for bringing you closer to the starsSecret Angel. We love what we do, but we do it for you. We’re for Bev Hallam,
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 6 hours ago
Secret Angel. We love what we do, but we do it for you. We’re for Bev Hallam, 77, a retired single mother of six from the NSW south coast. We’re for Sharon Blackmore, her 56-year-old daughter, a writer from Waterloo in Sydney.media_cameraDami Im... Read more
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News.com.au
We’re for bringing you closer to the starsSecret Angel. We love what we do, but we do it for you. We’re for Bev Hallam,
News.com.au / Posted 7 hours ago
Secret Angel. We love what we do, but we do it for you. We’re for Bev Hallam, 77, a retired single mother of six from the NSW south coast. We’re for Sharon Blackmore, her 56-year-old daughter, a writer from Waterloo in Sydney. Dami Im nearly... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Waratahs CEO Andrew Hore opens up on the future of Daryl Gibson and Super Rugby still reeling from its most tumultuous period in recent memory. But the man in
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 hours ago
still reeling from its most tumultuous period in recent memory. But the man in charge of resurrecting rugby's fortunes in NSW says the fix starts with a little bit of love. "At the moment, the big problem we've got is people don't feel that... Read more
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The Age
Waratahs CEO Andrew Hore opens up on the future of Daryl Gibson and Super Rugby thought-out reason for doing that. Particularly for a man who is in his last ye
The Age / Posted 7 hours ago
thought-out reason for doing that. Particularly for a man who is in his last year. It could do extreme damage to rugby in NSW, not just the team, around elements like trust." A decade ago Hore was on the panel charged with reviewing the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Paramedics take government to task over fee ‘akin to a pay cut’Asking paramedics to pay for their own Working With Children Check is just a “c
The Border Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
Asking paramedics to pay for their own Working With Children Check is just a “cynical cash grab” by the NSW government, says one Albury paramedic. Albury-based Australian Paramedic Association delegate James Kydd said paramedics would not be paying... Read more
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