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Canberra Times
Cameron Smith calls Mitchell Pearce with Melbourne Storm pitchKenny Dowall, Connor Watson and Aidan Guerra. Speaking at the launch of the Fe
Canberra Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
Kenny Dowall, Connor Watson and Aidan Guerra. Speaking at the launch of the Festival of Indigenous Rugby League, former NSW coach Laurie Daley said Pearce would be looking to take his game to a new level at his next club. "I think with Mitch,... Read more
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Western Advocate
Life in the big smoke linked to smaller waistlinesgreatest increase in rates of overweight or obese adults, jumping from 58 per c
Western Advocate / Posted 5 minutes ago
greatest increase in rates of overweight or obese adults, jumping from 58 per cent to 66 per cent since 2011-2012. Western NSW recorded the biggest drop, with overweight and obesity rates declining from 78 per cent to 71 per cent. "There's been a... Read more
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Western Advocate
Senior lawyers warn NSW green slip reforms 'undermine injured motorists' rights'An overhaul of green slip insurance expected to cut premiums by $120 a year has
Western Advocate / Posted 5 minutes ago
An overhaul of green slip insurance expected to cut premiums by $120 a year has struck fresh opposition, with the NSW Bar Association warning key aspects "undermine the legal rights of people injured in motor accidents". The reform, embarked upon... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Life in the big smoke linked to smaller waistlinesgreatest increase in rates of overweight or obese adults, jumping from 58 per c
Daily Liberal / Posted 28 minutes ago
greatest increase in rates of overweight or obese adults, jumping from 58 per cent to 66 per cent since 2011-2012. Western NSW recorded the biggest drop, with overweight and obesity rates declining from 78 per cent to 71 per cent. "There's been a... Read more
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Daily Liberal
One NSW health practitioner at centre of 16 investigations in one yearThe number of complaints about NSW's health care providers has doubled in the p
Daily Liberal / Posted 28 minutes ago
The number of complaints about NSW's health care providers has doubled in the past 10 years to more than 6300 in 2016-17, in what the Opposition has described a "system at breaking point". The Health Care Complaints Commission's annual report shows... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Senior lawyers warn NSW green slip reforms 'undermine injured motorists' rights'An overhaul of green slip insurance expected to cut premiums by $120 a year has
Daily Liberal / Posted 28 minutes ago
An overhaul of green slip insurance expected to cut premiums by $120 a year has struck fresh opposition, with the NSW Bar Association warning key aspects "undermine the legal rights of people injured in motor accidents". The reform, embarked upon... Read more
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The Border Mail
Life in the big smoke linked to smaller waistlinesgreatest increase in rates of overweight or obese adults, jumping from 58 per c
The Border Mail / Posted 31 minutes ago
greatest increase in rates of overweight or obese adults, jumping from 58 per cent to 66 per cent since 2011-2012. Western NSW recorded the biggest drop, with overweight and obesity rates declining from 78 per cent to 71 per cent. "There's been a... Read more
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The Border Mail
One NSW health practitioner at centre of 16 investigations in one yearThe number of complaints about NSW's health care providers has doubled in the p
The Border Mail / Posted 31 minutes ago
The number of complaints about NSW's health care providers has doubled in the past 10 years to more than 6300 in 2016-17, in what the Opposition has described a "system at breaking point". The Health Care Complaints Commission's annual report shows... Read more
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The Border Mail
Senior lawyers warn NSW green slip reforms 'undermine injured motorists' rights'An overhaul of green slip insurance expected to cut premiums by $120 a year has
The Border Mail / Posted 31 minutes ago
An overhaul of green slip insurance expected to cut premiums by $120 a year has struck fresh opposition, with the NSW Bar Association warning key aspects "undermine the legal rights of people injured in motor accidents". The reform, embarked upon... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
One NSW health practitioner at centre of 16 investigations in one yearThe number of complaints about NSW's health care providers has doubled in the p
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 35 minutes ago
The number of complaints about NSW's health care providers has doubled in the past 10 years to more than 6300 in 2016-17, in what the Opposition has described a "system at breaking point". The Health Care Complaints Commission's annual report shows... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Senior lawyers warn NSW green slip reforms 'undermine injured motorists' rights'An overhaul of green slip insurance expected to cut premiums by $120 a year has
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 35 minutes ago
An overhaul of green slip insurance expected to cut premiums by $120 a year has struck fresh opposition, with the NSW Bar Association warning key aspects "undermine the legal rights of people injured in motor accidents". The reform, embarked upon... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Life in the big smoke linked to smaller waistlinesgreatest increase in rates of overweight or obese adults, jumping from 58 per c
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 35 minutes ago
greatest increase in rates of overweight or obese adults, jumping from 58 per cent to 66 per cent since 2011-2012. Western NSW recorded the biggest drop, with overweight and obesity rates declining from 78 per cent to 71 per cent. "There's been a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ACT has among the highest rates of obese or overweight adults of city areasfound. The report released today showed of all 15 metropolitan primary health
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 42 minutes ago
found. The report released today showed of all 15 metropolitan primary health networks, only the Nepean Blue Mountains (NSW), Eastern Melbourne (Victoria) and Western Sydney (NSW) had higher rates of overweight or obese adults. The ACT's rate... Read more
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The Age
ACT has among the highest rates of obese or overweight adults of city areasfound. The report released today showed of all 15 metropolitan primary health
The Age / Posted 45 minutes ago
found. The report released today showed of all 15 metropolitan primary health networks, only the Nepean Blue Mountains (NSW), Eastern Melbourne (Victoria) and Western Sydney (NSW) had higher rates of overweight or obese adults. The ACT's rate... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Life in the big smoke linked to smaller waistlinesgreatest increase in rates of overweight or obese adults, jumping from 58 per c
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 55 minutes ago
greatest increase in rates of overweight or obese adults, jumping from 58 per cent to 66 per cent since 2011-2012. Western NSW recorded the biggest drop, with overweight and obesity rates declining from 78 per cent to 71 per cent. "There's been a... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Senior lawyers warn NSW green slip reforms 'undermine injured motorists' rights'An overhaul of green slip insurance expected to cut premiums by $120 a year has
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 55 minutes ago
An overhaul of green slip insurance expected to cut premiums by $120 a year has struck fresh opposition, with the NSW Bar Association warning key aspects "undermine the legal rights of people injured in motor accidents". The reform, embarked upon... Read more
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The Age
Australia's waistline fifth-largest in OECD as obesity and overweight rates soar greatest increase in rates of overweight or obese adults, jumping from 58 per c
The Age / Posted 55 minutes ago
greatest increase in rates of overweight or obese adults, jumping from 58 per cent to 66 per cent since 2011-2012. Western NSW recorded the biggest drop, with overweight and obesity rates declining from 78 per cent to 71 per cent. "There's been a... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
One NSW health practitioner at centre of 16 investigations in one yearThe number of complaints about NSW's health care providers has doubled in the p
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 55 minutes ago
The number of complaints about NSW's health care providers has doubled in the past 10 years to more than 6300 in 2016-17, in what the Opposition has described a "system at breaking point". The Health Care Complaints Commission's annual report shows... Read more
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The Age
South Coast getaway wins best pet-friendly holiday property in Stayz awardsportfolio of 40,000 properties. The Stayz Best Pet Friendly Property - Blue Is
The Age / Posted 59 minutes ago
portfolio of 40,000 properties. The Stayz Best Pet Friendly Property - Blue Island at Culburra Beach on the South Coast of NSW. Photo: Supplied The four-bedroom house 100 metres from Culburra Beach is owned by Anne Normoyle, director of higher... Read more
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The Age
Domestic violence victims to be given national protection from Saturdayviolence orders - a kind of restraining order - at an earlier Council of Austra
The Age / Posted 59 minutes ago
violence orders - a kind of restraining order - at an earlier Council of Australian Governments meeting. Last April, NSW became the first state to create legislation enabling it to join the creation of a national database. With the passage... Read more
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The Age
Parliamentary sittings: PM's whim out of orderwhy the institute's John Daley and Brendan Coates have queried the ANU "housing
The Age / Posted 59 minutes ago
why the institute's John Daley and Brendan Coates have queried the ANU "housing supply" research findings ("Building an answer to city's housing crisis", November 22). According to the ANU's Phillips and Joseph, recent years have seen a degree of... Read more
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The Age
Letters to the Editor: Defence force needs to maintain skill levelsoverreach Doug Steley (Letters, November 18) asks which part of the Safe Schoo
The Age / Posted an hour ago
overreach Doug Steley (Letters, November 18) asks which part of the Safe Schools program is objectionable? The answer in regard to the 224 pages of classroom program, school guides and student written material for the Safe Schools... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Letters to the Editor: Defence force needs to maintain skill levelsoverreach Doug Steley (Letters, November 18) asks which part of the Safe Schoo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
overreach Doug Steley (Letters, November 18) asks which part of the Safe Schools program is objectionable? The answer in regard to the 224 pages of classroom program, school guides and student written material for the Safe Schools... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Domestic violence victims to be given national protection from Saturdayviolence orders - a kind of restraining order - at an earlier Council of Austra
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
violence orders - a kind of restraining order - at an earlier Council of Australian Governments meeting. Last April, NSW became the first state to create legislation enabling it to join the creation of a national database. With the passage... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Parliamentary sittings: PM's whim out of orderwhy the institute's John Daley and Brendan Coates have queried the ANU "housing
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
why the institute's John Daley and Brendan Coates have queried the ANU "housing supply" research findings ("Building an answer to city's housing crisis", November 22). According to the ANU's Phillips and Joseph, recent years have seen a degree of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
South Coast getaway wins best pet-friendly holiday property in Stayz awardsportfolio of 40,000 properties. The Stayz Best Pet Friendly Property - Blue Is
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
portfolio of 40,000 properties. The Stayz Best Pet Friendly Property - Blue Island at Culburra Beach on the South Coast of NSW. Photo: Supplied The four-bedroom house 100 metres from Culburra Beach is owned by Anne Normoyle, director of higher... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australia's waistline fifth-largest in OECD as obesity and overweight rates soar greatest increase in rates of overweight or obese adults, jumping from 58 per c
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
greatest increase in rates of overweight or obese adults, jumping from 58 per cent to 66 per cent since 2011-2012. Western NSW recorded the biggest drop, with overweight and obesity rates declining from 78 per cent to 71 per cent. "There's been a... Read more
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Western Advocate
One NSW health practitioner at centre of 16 investigations in one yearThe number of complaints about NSW's health care providers has doubled in the p
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
The number of complaints about NSW's health care providers has doubled in the past 10 years to more than 6300 in 2016-17, in what the Opposition has described a "system at breaking point". The Health Care Complaints Commission's annual report shows... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
NSW’s most popular suburbFIVE of the 10 most in demand suburbs — including number one — in NSW are on th
Geelong Advertiser / Posted an hour ago
FIVE of the 10 most in demand suburbs — including number one — in NSW are on the northern beaches, new property data reveals. The result hasn’t come as a huge surprise to agents, who are still seeing strong sales in these suburbs despite reports the... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Bargains on offer for shrewd negotiatorsvendors were selling their homes for an average of 13.5 per cent below their fi
Geelong Advertiser / Posted an hour ago
vendors were selling their homes for an average of 13.5 per cent below their first listed price. Real Estate Institute of NSW president John Cunningham said sellers of less desirable or “C-grade” homes would be the most inclined to offer bargains... Read more
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Weekly Times
Australian Organic changea merger of all existing organic bodies would be preferred. Working group chai
Weekly Times / Posted an hour ago
a merger of all existing organic bodies would be preferred. Working group chairman Greg McNamara — also chairman of NSW dairy co-operative Norco — said they would encourage industry to have more conversations about what form its peak body... Read more
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Weekly Times
Rice crops infested with new aphidaphid. The RWA was first detected in South Australia in May last year, and was
Weekly Times / Posted an hour ago
aphid. The RWA was first detected in South Australia in May last year, and was quickly discovered across Victoria and the NSW Riverina. “Every drill-sown rice crop I have visited in the last two weeks has had an infestation of RWA, varying from... Read more
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The Courier Mail
How Rebels landed nine Wallabieseach of the four remaining franchises. It is understood a fixed salary cap wil
The Courier Mail / Posted an hour ago
each of the four remaining franchises. It is understood a fixed salary cap will return in 2019, however. Queensland and NSW are privately miffed that the Rebels have been given such generous leeway to sign all the top Force stars, as well as a... Read more
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News.com.au
Worst drivers ranked by statethe arguments begin over who are Australia’s worst drivers and crash test dummi
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
the arguments begin over who are Australia’s worst drivers and crash test dummies. Motorists in NSW and Victoria have more nose-to-tail crashes than drivers in the rest of the country, representing one in five insurance... Read more
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News.com.au
Bargains on offer for shrewd negotiatorsvendors were selling their homes for an average of 13.5 per cent below their fi
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
vendors were selling their homes for an average of 13.5 per cent below their first listed price. Real Estate Institute of NSW president John Cunningham said sellers of less desirable or “C-grade” homes would be the most inclined to offer bargains... Read more
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News.com.au
NSW’s most popular suburbFIVE of the 10 most in demand suburbs — including number one — in NSW are on th
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
FIVE of the 10 most in demand suburbs — including number one — in NSW are on the northern beaches, new property data reveals. The result hasn’t come as a huge surprise to agents, who are still seeing strong sales in these suburbs despite reports the... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Ibrahim bodyguard 'not assisting' policeIbrahim family bodyguard Semi 'Tongan Sam' Ngata is not answering detectives' q
Sky News Australia / Posted an hour ago
Ibrahim family bodyguard Semi 'Tongan Sam' Ngata is not answering detectives' questions as they continue the hunt for the gunman who shot him at a western Sydney home last week. Ngata, 59, was shot in the back at a Merrylands home where the family... Read more
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The Border Mail
Angry public fight belief they are being pumped dry of waterfacing the angry public in the past, but attended the meeting to explain why hi
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
facing the angry public in the past, but attended the meeting to explain why his company would not be going away. He answered multiple questions, but despite calls for respectful debate, was told at one point to just “sit down” and... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Inquiry launched into NSW 'dirtiest jail'A NSW parliamentary inquiry has been launched into the state's 'dirtiest jail'
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 hours ago
A NSW parliamentary inquiry has been launched into the state's 'dirtiest jail' following widespread allegations of corruption and drug trafficking. An inquiry into Sydney's Parklea Correctional Centre, introduced by the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers... Read more
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Canberra Times
La Trobe Valley's Loy Yang B coal-fired power station sold to Chinese-owned companydrop in available coal-fired power has forced Victoria to import large amounts
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
drop in available coal-fired power has forced Victoria to import large amounts of energy from South Australia, Tasmania and NSW this week and to burn more gas, contributing to spikes in the wholesale energy price in the past week. The sale of Loy... Read more
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Canberra Times
Unbeaten ACT Meteors head west for WNCL double-header against top sidesBreakers and Western Fury are all unbeaten and meet in Perth this weekend. The
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
Breakers and Western Fury are all unbeaten and meet in Perth this weekend. The undefeated ACT Meteors face the unbeaten NSW Breakers and Western Fury in Perth. Photo: Dion Georgopoulos It marks the first hit-out for the ACT women since they... Read more
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Canberra Times
Matt Millar was tracking for an even first round at the Australian Open, until the 18thsleep will see his best golf return after a forgettable opening round at the Au
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
sleep will see his best golf return after a forgettable opening round at the Australian Open on Thursday. Photo: Golf NSW The Canberran was just one birdie away from entering the clubhouse with a par round, but found the water twice on the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canterbury Bulldogs to go back to Belmore during stadium rebuildto their spiritual home of Belmore while ANZ Stadium is being transformed into
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
to their spiritual home of Belmore while ANZ Stadium is being transformed into a state-of-the-art rectangular venue. The NSW government will officially announce on Friday that Sydney's two major venues, ANZ and Allianz stadium, will be knocked... Read more
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Canberra Times
Rebels bikie refused bail over murder of Johnny Salafiaafter the alleged victim had put his young daughters to bed. Johnny Salafia, 3
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
after the alleged victim had put his young daughters to bed. Johnny Salafia, 38, was shot in the head and chest after answering a knock at the door of his Kings Point residence in 2013. Detectives arrest Robert John Stewart McCloskey on... Read more
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Canberra Times
Norfolk Island ditching pilot returns fire on investigators 'without a backbone'about inadequacies with the country's aviation regulations and the risk-control
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
about inadequacies with the country's aviation regulations and the risk-control measures of Pel-Air, a subsidiary of NSW airline Regional Express which was operating the air-ambulance flight on November 18, 2009. The ATSB reopened the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Mining 'must compete with the allure of Facebook and Google', says gold mineronly eight students will graduate as mining engineers in 2018 and enrolment in
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
only eight students will graduate as mining engineers in 2018 and enrolment in mining engineering at the University of NSW in 2017 was also just eight – the lowest level in 40 years." Mr Klein said Australia's "vibrant and healthy mining... Read more
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Canberra Times
Logging halted in 34 areas as environmentalists challenge contentious forest dealhe said, adding that logging operations must comply with state environment laws
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
he said, adding that logging operations must comply with state environment laws. There are five RFAs in Victoria, three in NSW and one each in Tasmania and Western Australia. The Tasmanian agreement has already been extended until 2037, and the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Art Gallery of NSW draws in the crowds, as Powerhouse Museum hits bottomline The Art Gallery of NSW drew the biggest crowds in its recorded history in the l
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
The Art Gallery of NSW drew the biggest crowds in its recorded history in the last financial year, but some arts institutions suffered in terms of patronage and bottom line numbers in 2016-17. The gallery, which includes in its data the Brett... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brad Fittler tipped to pip Michael Maguire for NSW Blues Origin coach gigBrad Fittler remains the favourite to be officially named NSW coach, although M
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
Brad Fittler remains the favourite to be officially named NSW coach, although Michael Maguire will get one last pitch at the job before an announcement is made on Friday. The NSWRL board will convene early on Friday morning to interview Fittler and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Rugby league 'Immortal' Graeme Langlands charged with historical sex crimesof last resort at an interest rate of 96 per cent, court records show. Langlan
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
of last resort at an interest rate of 96 per cent, court records show. Langlands moved to live with his daughter on the NSW southern highlands before shifting to a nursing home at Sutherland in Sydney's south. An NRL spokesman declined to say... Read more
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