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The Courier
On this day in Ballarat | October 11Ballarat RSL member Kevin Doherty. 2003 - Mine shaft collapses in Sebastopol C
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
Ballarat RSL member Kevin Doherty. 2003 - Mine shaft collapses in Sebastopol College grounds, pictured is business manager Norm Darwin. 2003 - Victorian Olympic Council presenting Pierre de Coubertin awards to local school students. Presentation... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Mayoral candidate columns - Week 2grow ever more consequential. Using new technologies and examining creative sol
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 14 days ago
grow ever more consequential. Using new technologies and examining creative solutions in other jurisdictions should be the norm at City Hall. The City of Fort Saskatchewan has an operational budget of roughly $75 Million. In 2015, I put forward a... Read more
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Canberra Times
AFL grand final 2017: The standout changes that took Richmond Tigers to victorysay the 11th premiership of the Richmond Football Club was won first by the boa
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
say the 11th premiership of the Richmond Football Club was won first by the board and the administration, in CEO Brendon Gale and president Peggy O'Neal, who commissioned a review of the football department (for the football department), early... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tigers count their blessingsIn 2010, Richmond president Gary March and then new chief executive Brendon Gal
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
In 2010, Richmond president Gary March and then new chief executive Brendon Gale drew up a plan called Winning Together. The shorthand for its objectives was 3-0-75: three finals series, zero debt and 75,000 members within five years, and in the... Read more
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The Age
Tigers count their blessingsIn 2010, Richmond president Gary March and then new chief executive Brendon Gal
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
In 2010, Richmond president Gary March and then new chief executive Brendon Gale drew up a plan called Winning Together. The shorthand for its objectives was 3-0-75: three finals series, zero debt and 75,000 members within five years, and in the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tigers count their blessingsIn 2010, Richmond president Gary March and then new chief executive Brendon Gal
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
In 2010, Richmond president Gary March and then new chief executive Brendon Gale drew up a plan called Winning Together. The shorthand for its objectives was 3-0-75: three finals series, zero debt and 75,000 members within five years, and in the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
AFL grand final 2017: The standout changes that took Richmond Tigers to victorysay the 11th premiership of the Richmond Football Club was won first by the boa
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
say the 11th premiership of the Richmond Football Club was won first by the board and the administration, in CEO Brendon Gale and president Peggy O'Neal, who commissioned a review of the football department (for the football department), early... Read more
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The Age
AFL grand final 2017: The standout changes that took Richmond Tigers to victorysay the 11th premiership of the Richmond Football Club was won first by the boa
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
say the 11th premiership of the Richmond Football Club was won first by the board and the administration, in CEO Brendon Gale and president Peggy O'Neal, who commissioned a review of the football department (for the football department), early... Read more
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Canberra Times
AFL grand final 2017: Tears of the Tigers faithful as their heroes triumphthe Tigers winning their 11th premiership by 48 points against the top-placed a
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
the Tigers winning their 11th premiership by 48 points against the top-placed and more highly-favoured Adelaide. Normally reserved with the media, Richmond Tigers players let it all out after winning the AFL grand final. It was only when... Read more
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Canberra Times
Richmond premiership 'surreal' but no guarantee for next year, says Damien Hardwickpremiership before a crowd of 100,021. "It does feel surreal. It will sink in
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
premiership before a crowd of 100,021. "It does feel surreal. It will sink in more as the night goes on. It's been an enormous month for our football club," Hardwick said. "The contest itself was wonderful to be a part of."Hardwick had... Read more
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The North West Star
Hardwick: Flag 'surreal' but no guarantee for next yearpremiership before a crowd of 100,021. "It does feel surreal. It will sink in
The North West Star / Posted 17 days ago
premiership before a crowd of 100,021. "It does feel surreal. It will sink in more as the night goes on. It's been an enormous month for our football club," Hardwick said. "The contest itself was wonderful to be a part of."Hardwick had... Read more
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The North West Star
Tears of the faithful as heroes triumphpresident Peggy O'Neal started to cry and only when Dustin Martin kicked his se
The North West Star / Posted 17 days ago
president Peggy O'Neal started to cry and only when Dustin Martin kicked his second three minutes later that CEO Brendon Gale followed suit. On the boundary line the man who punctuated the dark years with his own unique and individual brilliance... Read more
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The Age
Richmond premiership 'surreal' but no guarantee for next year, says Damien Hardwickpremiership before a crowd of 100,021. "It does feel surreal. It will sink in
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
premiership before a crowd of 100,021. "It does feel surreal. It will sink in more as the night goes on. It's been an enormous month for our football club," Hardwick said. "The contest itself was wonderful to be a part of."Hardwick had... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Richmond premiership 'surreal' but no guarantee for next year, says Damien Hardwickpremiership before a crowd of 100,021. "It does feel surreal. It will sink in
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
premiership before a crowd of 100,021. "It does feel surreal. It will sink in more as the night goes on. It's been an enormous month for our football club," Hardwick said. "The contest itself was wonderful to be a part of."Hardwick had... Read more
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The Age
Tears of the Tigers faithful as their heroes triumphpresident Peggy O'Neal started to cry and only when Dustin Martin kicked his se
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
president Peggy O'Neal started to cry and only when Dustin Martin kicked his second three minutes later that CEO Brendon Gale followed suit. On the boundary line the man who punctuated the dark years with his own unique and individual brilliance... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tears of the Tigers faithful as their heroes triumphpresident Peggy O'Neal started to cry and only when Dustin Martin kicked his se
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
president Peggy O'Neal started to cry and only when Dustin Martin kicked his second three minutes later that CEO Brendon Gale followed suit. On the boundary line the man who punctuated the dark years with his own unique and individual brilliance... Read more
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