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Canberra Times
ACT Labor and Greens lobby federal counterparts to allow vote on voluntary assisted dying Kevin Andrews introduced laws to overrule the Northern Territory's legalisation
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
Kevin Andrews introduced laws to overrule the Northern Territory's legalisation of euthanasia and to stop the ACT and Norfolk Island from passing similar legislation. Labor's Tara Cheyne and Greens' Caroline Le Couteur talk to media about... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
It's not all about the turkey: 9 things you probably didn't know about Thanksgivingsimilar to Thanksgiving include Germany's Erntedankfest and Japan's Niinamesai.
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 9 hours ago
similar to Thanksgiving include Germany's Erntedankfest and Japan's Niinamesai. Grenada, Liberia, the Netherlands and Norfolk Island also recognize their own Thanksgivings. Thank the holiday for TV dinners. Due to a 26-ton surplus of Swanson... Read more
9h
Herald Sun
‘Journalist of the people’ had front-row seat on historylater said. He could always feel the little boy bumping his legs. Hamilton was
Herald Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
later said. He could always feel the little boy bumping his legs. Hamilton was interviewing author Colleen McCullough on Norfolk Island when he got the order to fly to London — Princess Diana had died.media_cameraJohn Hamilton with Sophia... Read more
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12h
Geelong Advertiser
‘Journalist of the people’ had front-row seat on historylater said. He could always feel the little boy bumping his legs. Hamilton was
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 12 hours ago
later said. He could always feel the little boy bumping his legs. Hamilton was interviewing author Colleen McCullough on Norfolk Island when he got the order to fly to London — Princess Diana had died.media_cameraJohn Hamilton with Sophia... Read more
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12h
News.com.au
‘Journalist of the people’ had front-row seat on historylater said. He could always feel the little boy bumping his legs. Hamilton was
News.com.au / Posted 12 hours ago
later said. He could always feel the little boy bumping his legs. Hamilton was interviewing author Colleen McCullough on Norfolk Island when he got the order to fly to London — Princess Diana had died. John Hamilton with Sophia... Read more
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13h
Canberra Times
Norfolk Island ditching pilot returns fire on investigators 'without a backbone'Dominic James was initially hailed a hero for successfully ditching a Pel-Air j
Canberra Times / Posted 13 hours ago
Dominic James was initially hailed a hero for successfully ditching a Pel-Air jet in rough seas and pitch darkness off Norfolk Island without the loss of life, he quickly came under fire for his role in the incident. Almost eight years to the... Read more
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The Age
Norfolk Island ditching pilot returns fire on investigators 'without a backbone'Dominic James was initially hailed a hero for successfully ditching a Pel-Air j
The Age / Posted 19 hours ago
Dominic James was initially hailed a hero for successfully ditching a Pel-Air jet in rough seas and pitch darkness off Norfolk Island without the loss of life, he quickly came under fire for his role in the incident. Almost eight years to the... Read more
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19h
Sydney Morning Herald
Norfolk Island ditching pilot returns fire on investigators 'without a backbone'Dominic James was initially hailed a hero for successfully ditching a Pel-Air j
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 hours ago
Dominic James was initially hailed a hero for successfully ditching a Pel-Air jet in rough seas and pitch darkness off Norfolk Island without the loss of life, he quickly came under fire for his role in the incident. Almost eight years to the... Read more
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21h
Sydney Morning Herald
ACT Labor and Greens lobby federal counterparts to allow vote on voluntary assisted dying Kevin Andrews introduced laws to overrule the Northern Territory's legalisation
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 hours ago
Kevin Andrews introduced laws to overrule the Northern Territory's legalisation of euthanasia and to stop the ACT and Norfolk Island from passing similar legislation. Labor's Tara Cheyne and Greens' Caroline Le Couteur talk to media about... Read more
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21h
The Age
ACT Labor and Greens lobby federal counterparts to allow vote on voluntary assisted dying Kevin Andrews introduced laws to overrule the Northern Territory's legalisation
The Age / Posted 21 hours ago
Kevin Andrews introduced laws to overrule the Northern Territory's legalisation of euthanasia and to stop the ACT and Norfolk Island from passing similar legislation. Labor's Tara Cheyne and Greens' Caroline Le Couteur talk to media about... Read more
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22h
Herald Sun
Farewell to one of Melbourne’s great writersintelligent, engaging ... but so, so humble. “I recall sending him to London a
Herald Sun / Posted 22 hours ago
intelligent, engaging ... but so, so humble. “I recall sending him to London after Princess Diana’s death. He was on Norfolk Island at the time, on duty, further than any point on the planet from the tragic events. “But within a couple of... Read more
22h
Canberra Times
Pilot error and lack of safety oversight led to Norfolk Island ditchingThe ditching of a Pel-Air rescue flight in rough seas at night off Norfolk Isla
Canberra Times / Posted 22 hours ago
The ditching of a Pel-Air rescue flight in rough seas at night off Norfolk Island was the result of a series of errors by the pilots, insufficient risk-control by the airline and limits to this country's aviation regulations, air-crash investigators... Read more
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The Age
Pilot error and lack of safety oversight led to Norfolk Island ditchingThe ditching of a Pel-Air rescue flight in rough seas at night off Norfolk Isla
The Age / Posted 23 hours ago
The ditching of a Pel-Air rescue flight in rough seas at night off Norfolk Island was the result of a series of errors by the pilots, insufficient risk-control by the airline and limits to this country's aviation regulations, air-crash investigators... Read more
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23h
Sydney Morning Herald
Pilot error and lack of safety oversight led to Norfolk Island ditchingThe ditching of a Pel-Air rescue flight in rough seas at night off Norfolk Isla
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
The ditching of a Pel-Air rescue flight in rough seas at night off Norfolk Island was the result of a series of errors by the pilots, insufficient risk-control by the airline and limits to this country's aviation regulations, air-crash investigators... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Thanksgiving 2017: Thanksgiving unusual factssimilar to Thanksgiving include Germany's Erntedankfest and Japan's Niinamesai.
Dayton Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
similar to Thanksgiving include Germany's Erntedankfest and Japan's Niinamesai. Grenada, Liberia, the Netherlands and Norfolk Island also recognize their own Thanksgivings. Thank the holiday for TV dinners. Due to a 26-ton surplus of Swanson... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Distress beacons save lives - two yacht rescues completedafternoon, a Kiwi yachtsman was rescued from his life raft after his yacht, Wai
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
afternoon, a Kiwi yachtsman was rescued from his life raft after his yacht, Waimanu, sank 90 nautical miles east of Norfolk Island. He was rescued by the cargo ship, Norfolk Guardian, which was bound for Norfolk Island. Currently, Norfolk... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Second yacht rescue underwaytoday RCCNZ coordinated the rescue of a Kiwi yachtsman who had to abandon his y
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 5 days ago
today RCCNZ coordinated the rescue of a Kiwi yachtsman who had to abandon his yacht, Waimanu, 90 nautical miles east of Norfolk Island. In that earlier case, an NZDF C-130 Hercules circled over the location of the life-raft while a cargo ship,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Runnymede's garden a labour of love for those keeping history alivethe house, planting a number of trees which form the backbone of the garden tod
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
the house, planting a number of trees which form the backbone of the garden today. She chose exotic trees such as the Norfolk Island pine, New Zealand laurel, English walnut and Mexican hawthorn, as imported plants were popular at the... Read more
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NZCity
Rescue mission for another missing yachtbeen diverted to aid the Norwegian yachtsman and is due to meet the yacht at mi
NZCity / Posted 5 days ago
been diverted to aid the Norwegian yachtsman and is due to meet the yacht at midday Sunday. This is the second rescue operation of a yacht this weekend, with a Kiwi yachtsman rescued yesterday after he had to abandon his boat east of Norfolk Isl... Read more
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NZCity
Defence force finds yachtsman aliveA New Zealand yachtsman who raised a distress signal near Norfolk Island on Sat
NZCity / Posted 6 days ago
A New Zealand yachtsman who raised a distress signal near Norfolk Island on Saturday morning has been found alive, Maritime New Zealand says. The man was found in a life raft east of Norfolk Island by the Air Force at 11.50am and appears... Read more
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13d
Canberra Times
Letters to the Editor: No wonder Canberrans reject public transportto obtain proper approval under federal heritage legislation, including public
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
to obtain proper approval under federal heritage legislation, including public consultation. Brett Odgers, Swinger Hill Norfolk Islanders lack rights The claim by Stan Marks (Letters, November 7) that the residents of Norfolk Island "have the... Read more
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The Age
Letters to the Editor: No wonder Canberrans reject public transportto obtain proper approval under federal heritage legislation, including public
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
to obtain proper approval under federal heritage legislation, including public consultation. Brett Odgers, Swinger Hill Norfolk Islanders lack rights The claim by Stan Marks (Letters, November 7) that the residents of Norfolk Island "have the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Letters to the Editor: No wonder Canberrans reject public transportto obtain proper approval under federal heritage legislation, including public
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
to obtain proper approval under federal heritage legislation, including public consultation. Brett Odgers, Swinger Hill Norfolk Islanders lack rights The claim by Stan Marks (Letters, November 7) that the residents of Norfolk Island "have the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The lost art of stamp collectingfor the past 36 years. On the desk is an album he’s pulling together for a col
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
for the past 36 years. On the desk is an album he’s pulling together for a collector wanting examples of stamps from Norfolk Island up to 2016, a job that “will cost him $5000”. Glass partitions in the showroom are filled with page after... Read more
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News.com.au
The lost art of stamp collectingfor the past 36 years. On the desk is an album he’s pulling together for a col
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
for the past 36 years. On the desk is an album he’s pulling together for a collector wanting examples of stamps from Norfolk Island up to 2016, a job that “will cost him $5000”. Glass partitions in the showroom are filled with page after... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
The lost art of stamp collectingfor the past 36 years. On the desk is an album he’s pulling together for a col
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 13 days ago
for the past 36 years. On the desk is an album he’s pulling together for a collector wanting examples of stamps from Norfolk Island up to 2016, a job that “will cost him $5000”. Glass partitions in the showroom are filled with page after... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The lost art of stamp collectingfor the past 36 years. On the desk is an album he’s pulling together for a col
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 days ago
for the past 36 years. On the desk is an album he’s pulling together for a collector wanting examples of stamps from Norfolk Island up to 2016, a job that “will cost him $5000”. Glass partitions in the showroom are filled with page after... Read more
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15d
Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Pruning of our walletsmakes the curious statement (Letters, November 7) that the Federal Parliament a
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
makes the curious statement (Letters, November 7) that the Federal Parliament abolished "the right of the residents of Norfolk Island to any say in any law". They have the same right as anyone else. They have a local council and, federally,... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Pruning of our walletsmakes the curious statement (Letters, November 7) that the Federal Parliament a
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
makes the curious statement (Letters, November 7) that the Federal Parliament abolished "the right of the residents of Norfolk Island to any say in any law". They have the same right as anyone else. They have a local council and, federally,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Pruning of our walletsmakes the curious statement (Letters, November 7) that the Federal Parliament a
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
makes the curious statement (Letters, November 7) that the Federal Parliament abolished "the right of the residents of Norfolk Island to any say in any law". They have the same right as anyone else. They have a local council and, federally,... Read more
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17d
Canberra Times
Letters to the Editor: Jewish settler played vital role in Beersheba successterritories should be repealed. The Andrews bill did not apply to just the ACT
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
territories should be repealed. The Andrews bill did not apply to just the ACT and the Northern Territory it also covers Norfolk Island. It would be unconscionable or at best deeply hypocritical for any of us now calling for the Andrews bill to... Read more
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The Age
Letters to the Editor: Jewish settler played vital role in Beersheba successterritories should be repealed. The Andrews bill did not apply to just the ACT
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
territories should be repealed. The Andrews bill did not apply to just the ACT and the Northern Territory it also covers Norfolk Island. It would be unconscionable or at best deeply hypocritical for any of us now calling for the Andrews bill to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Letters to the Editor: Jewish settler played vital role in Beersheba successterritories should be repealed. The Andrews bill did not apply to just the ACT
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
territories should be repealed. The Andrews bill did not apply to just the ACT and the Northern Territory it also covers Norfolk Island. It would be unconscionable or at best deeply hypocritical for any of us now calling for the Andrews bill to... Read more
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News.com.au
South Australia’s best beachesbeach is a great all-rounder. It is great for budding surfers and paddle boarde
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
beach is a great all-rounder. It is great for budding surfers and paddle boarders. The foreshore is dominated by towering Norfolk Island pines, there’s easy parking and also a leash-free area at the northern end for the family pooch. There’s a... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Headlands resort applies to chop out Austinmer’s heritage pine treeof Austinmer’s Headlands Hotel, the owners of the serviced apartments have aske
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 22 days ago
of Austinmer’s Headlands Hotel, the owners of the serviced apartments have asked permission to chop down a heritage-listed Norfolk Island pine tree on site. In a request to Wollongong City Council, they say the tree “presents serious and immediate... Read more
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The Border Mail
Five highlights in your travel week | 30 Octprogram features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Terri
The Border Mail / Posted 25 days ago
program features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Territory, Tasmania, South Australia and Norfolk Island, with savings of up to $1350 per couple for bookings made before February 28. Save, for instance, up to $600... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Five highlights in your travel week | 30 Octprogram features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Terri
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 25 days ago
program features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Territory, Tasmania, South Australia and Norfolk Island, with savings of up to $1350 per couple for bookings made before February 28. Save, for instance, up to $600... Read more
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The Courier
Five highlights in your travel week | 30 Octprogram features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Terri
The Courier / Posted 25 days ago
program features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Territory, Tasmania, South Australia and Norfolk Island, with savings of up to $1350 per couple for bookings made before February 28. Save, for instance, up to $600... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Five highlights in your travel week | 30 Octprogram features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Terri
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 25 days ago
program features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Territory, Tasmania, South Australia and Norfolk Island, with savings of up to $1350 per couple for bookings made before February 28. Save, for instance, up to $600... Read more
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Western Advocate
Five highlights in your travel week | 30 Octprogram features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Terri
Western Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
program features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Territory, Tasmania, South Australia and Norfolk Island, with savings of up to $1350 per couple for bookings made before February 28. Save, for instance, up to $600... Read more
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Manning River Times
Five highlights in your travel week | 30 Octprogram features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Terri
Manning River Times / Posted 25 days ago
program features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Territory, Tasmania, South Australia and Norfolk Island, with savings of up to $1350 per couple for bookings made before February 28. Save, for instance, up to $600... Read more
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The North West Star
Five highlights in your travel week | 30 Octprogram features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Terri
The North West Star / Posted 25 days ago
program features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Territory, Tasmania, South Australia and Norfolk Island, with savings of up to $1350 per couple for bookings made before February 28. Save, for instance, up to $600... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Five highlights in your travel week | 30 Octprogram features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Terri
Daily Liberal / Posted 25 days ago
program features 14 itineraries across Western Australia and the Northern Territory, Tasmania, South Australia and Norfolk Island, with savings of up to $1350 per couple for bookings made before February 28. Save, for instance, up to $600... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
It’s not all about the turkey: 9 things you probably didn't know about Thanksgivingsimilar to Thanksgiving include Germany's Erntedankfest and Japan's Niinamesai.
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 28 days ago
similar to Thanksgiving include Germany's Erntedankfest and Japan's Niinamesai. Grenada, Liberia, the Netherlands and Norfolk Island also recognize their own Thanksgivings. Thank the holiday for TV dinners. Due to a 26-ton surplus of Swanson... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The NZ warriors, deserters and thieves sent to Australia as convictsironic given the Tasmanians' own near-genocidal war against Aboriginal people.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 30 days ago
ironic given the Tasmanians' own near-genocidal war against Aboriginal people. Grey had wanted the Māori warriors sent to Norfolk Island or Port Arthur and hoped they would write letters to their allies at home describing how harshly they were... Read more
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Junkee
Why Keep Sydney Open Should Stay Away From Parliamentthe parliament; in 2016, 66 pieces of detailed legislation were passed, includi
Junkee / Posted a month ago
the parliament; in 2016, 66 pieces of detailed legislation were passed, including the Adoption Amendment Bill and the Norfolk Island Administration Bill. That doesn’t include the bills that were considered and not made law. Are these the... Read more

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