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PHILLIP ISLAND

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Sydney Morning Herald
Marco Melandri completes clean sweep at Philip Islandchampion Jonathan Rea by just 0.021 of a second to complete a sweep of the Supe
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 hours ago
champion Jonathan Rea by just 0.021 of a second to complete a sweep of the Superbike World Championship opening round at Phillip Island. The oldest rider in the field at 35, Melandri had already produced a masterclass on Saturday to take the... Read more
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Herald Sun
Watch: Star’s incredible 0.021sec Superbike winDucati star Marco Melandri won his second World Superbike race by a mere 0.021s
Herald Sun / Posted 15 hours ago
Ducati star Marco Melandri won his second World Superbike race by a mere 0.021sec from defending champion Jonathan Rea at Phillip Island. Melandri, 35, slipstreamed Rea’s Kawasaki on Gardner Straight in a sprint to the line, securing the double... Read more
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News.com.au
Watch: Star’s incredible 0.021sec Superbike winSuperbikes: Marco Melandri has shocked the Superbike Championship already with
News.com.au / Posted 17 hours ago
Superbikes: Marco Melandri has shocked the Superbike Championship already with a huge opening win at Phillip Island. Marco Melandri scored back-to-back wins at Phillip Island.Source:AAP ITALIAN Ducati star Marco Melandri won his second World... Read more
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21h
Geelong Advertiser
1950s beach shack seeking seven-figure sumholiday feel. It is surrounded by coastal gardens and has uninterrupted water
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 21 hours ago
holiday feel. It is surrounded by coastal gardens and has uninterrupted water views across towards Westernport and Phillip Island. The house is just metres from quiet beaches. While the property is well maintained and has been renovated... Read more
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Herald Sun
We’re for backing our major eventsmillion viewers a vista across Melbourne’s wonderful skyline, is a far cry from
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
million viewers a vista across Melbourne’s wonderful skyline, is a far cry from the first Australian Grand Prix, held at Phillip Island on a dirt track in 1928. We are known the world over as an international destination for thoroughbred racing.... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Wily Italian continues Phillip Island love affairveteran Marco Melandri has caused a boilover in the opening race of the 2018 Wo
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
veteran Marco Melandri has caused a boilover in the opening race of the 2018 World Superbike championship season at Phillip Island. The Ducati flyer chased down the Kawasaki Racing team stars Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes to win his 21st World... Read more
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Herald Sun
Brit gets big chance to break Phillip Island duckfor Saturday’s afternoon’s opening race of the World Superbike series, clocking
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
for Saturday’s afternoon’s opening race of the World Superbike series, clocking the fastest time late in qualifying at Phillip Island. The Kawasaki Racing rider recorded a last-lap time of 1min 30.099 sec, edging out Aprilia’s Eugene Laverty... Read more
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News.com.au
Brit gets big chance to break Phillip Island duckCan Tom Sykes take advantage of pole position at Phillip Island? Source:Getty
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Can Tom Sykes take advantage of pole position at Phillip Island? Source:Getty Images BRIT Tom Sykes pinched pole position for Saturday’s afternoon’s opening race of the World Superbike series, clocking the fastest time late in qualifying at Phillip... Read more
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Powys County Times
Davies endured testing time in AustraliaDavies insisted he would be ready for the World Superbike Championship (WSBK) s
Powys County Times / Posted 2 days ago
Davies insisted he would be ready for the World Superbike Championship (WSBK) season opener despite a poor final test at Phillip Island last week. The Presteigne star was only 11th fastest on the Australian track on his Aruba Ducati... Read more
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Manning River Times
Troy Bayliss makes a sensational return to road racingTroy Bayliss on track this week at Phillip Island. Photo Russell Colvin. IT’S
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
Troy Bayliss on track this week at Phillip Island. Photo Russell Colvin. IT’S like he has never left. He may be 48 years old, but three-time world superbike champion Troy Bayliss from Taree made a sensational return to the professional road racing... Read more
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Crash.net
Petrucci: We know we are competitiveso much that time.” The Italian has experienced the perils of risking it all u
Crash.net / Posted 4 days ago
so much that time.” The Italian has experienced the perils of risking it all unnecessarily before the season has begun. At Phillip Island in February, 2016, he badly broke his hand on the final day, an injury that forced him out of the first four... Read more
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Herald Sun
Defending champ flies in Island testingsignalled he would be the rider to beat at this weekend’s Australian round afte
Herald Sun / Posted 5 days ago
signalled he would be the rider to beat at this weekend’s Australian round after topping the timesheets during testing at Phillip Island. Rea recovered from a crash on Monday to edge out Kawasaki Racing teammate Tom Sykes and Ducati veteran Marco... Read more
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Powys County Times
Davies gears up for crack at WSBK titlePresteigne ace will spearhead Aruba.it Ducati’s championship bid having twice e
Powys County Times / Posted 6 days ago
Presteigne ace will spearhead Aruba.it Ducati’s championship bid having twice ended second in the past three years. The Phillip island course represents the season opener as Davies bids to hit the ground running and mount a sustained challenge... Read more
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Herald Sun
Miller makes mark with Ducati in testingopening round on March 18. The MotoGP pre-season analysis comes as World Super
Herald Sun / Posted 6 days ago
opening round on March 18. The MotoGP pre-season analysis comes as World Superbikes riders begin two days of testing at Phillip Island on Monday and Tuesday, ahead of the opening round at the coastal circuit this weekend. Triple world champion... Read more
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News.com.au
Miller makes mark with Ducati in testingopening round on March 18. The MotoGP pre-season analysis comes as World Super
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
opening round on March 18. The MotoGP pre-season analysis comes as World Superbikes riders begin two days of testing at Phillip Island on Monday and Tuesday, ahead of the opening round at the coastal circuit this weekend. Triple world champion... Read more
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Surfers Village
Culburra Boardriders win Australian Boardriders Battle FinalBRC 12 North Steyne BRC 13 Ulladulla Boardriders 14 Byron Bay BRC 15 Maroub
Surfers Village / Posted 7 days ago
BRC 12 North Steyne BRC 13 Ulladulla Boardriders 14 Byron Bay BRC 15 Maroubra United BRC 16 North Shore BRC 17 Point Lookout BRC 18 Phillip Island BRC 19 Frenchmans 20 Coffs Harbour BRC 21 Margaret River BRC 22 Bondi BRC 23 South Arm... Read more
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Canberra Times
'His smile came from deep down': journalist Michael Gordon rememberedon Friday. Gordon died two weeks ago after he suffered a heart attack while ta
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
on Friday. Gordon died two weeks ago after he suffered a heart attack while taking part in an ocean swim at Cowes, on Phillip Island. He was pulled from the water but emergency services could not revive him. Friends, family, politicians,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'His smile came from deep down': journalist Michael Gordon rememberedon Friday. Gordon died two weeks ago after he suffered a heart attack while ta
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
on Friday. Gordon died two weeks ago after he suffered a heart attack while taking part in an ocean swim at Cowes, on Phillip Island. He was pulled from the water, however, emergency services could not revive him. Friends, family,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Albury Crocs fall just short in Tennis Victoria Country Week grand finalHill. After a sluggish start to the series, the Graeme Barned-captained line-u
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Hill. After a sluggish start to the series, the Graeme Barned-captained line-up charged home before losing to Westernport Phillip Island by nine games in the B special 1 men’s final. The Crocs scraped into the semi-finals by only one game. “We... Read more
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World Surf League
CT Stars Set Their Sights on nudie Australian Boardriders Battle(NSW) COFFS HARBOUR BOARDRIDERS (NSW) MARGARET RIVER BOARDRIDERS CLUB (WA) S
World Surf League / Posted 9 days ago
(NSW) COFFS HARBOUR BOARDRIDERS (NSW) MARGARET RIVER BOARDRIDERS CLUB (WA) SOUTH COAST BOARDRIDERS (STH AUS) PHILLIP ISLAND BOARDRIDERS CLUB (VIC) SOUTH ARM BOARDRIDERS (TAS) CULBURRA BEACH BOARDRIDERS CLUB (NSW) ELOUERA... Read more
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News.com.au
Luxury Flinders house sets price recordwill use the property as a holiday home. The home of 18 months by the award-wi
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
will use the property as a holiday home. The home of 18 months by the award-winning architect enjoys ocean views across to Phillip Island and is a walk to the village shops, golf course and water’s edge. The home has views of Port Philip... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Luxury Flinders house sets price recordwill use the property as a holiday home. The home of 18 months by the award-wi
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 12 days ago
will use the property as a holiday home. The home of 18 months by the award-winning architect enjoys ocean views across to Phillip Island and is a walk to the village shops, golf course and water’s edge. The home has views of Port Philip... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tony Wright's column: Life is brief. Pluck the day and share it with friendsno time - and we were still talking about it on the phone the day before Michae
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
no time - and we were still talking about it on the phone the day before Michael went in an ocean swimming race at Phillip Island last weekend and took his final breath, leaving everyone who knew him and loved him in disbelief. "What if,"... Read more
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Canberra Times
'You're strong': Refugees remember the friendship and support of Michael Gordonup the phone any time and speak to him. We would meet for coffee, go for lunch
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
up the phone any time and speak to him. We would meet for coffee, go for lunch and dinner. He would take me on drives to Phillip Island. He took me to the footy and to the beaches where he went surfing. He discussed his designs for the holiday... Read more
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The Age
'You're strong': Refugees remember the friendship and support of Michael Gordonup the phone any time and speak to him. We would meet for coffee, go for lunch
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
up the phone any time and speak to him. We would meet for coffee, go for lunch and dinner. He would take me on drives to Phillip Island. He took me to the footy and to the beaches where he went surfing. He discussed his designs for the holiday... Read more
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The Age
Tony Wright's column: Life is brief. Pluck the day and share it with friendsno time - and we were still talking about it on the phone the day before Michae
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
no time - and we were still talking about it on the phone the day before Michael went in an ocean swimming race at Phillip Island last weekend and took his final breath, leaving everyone who knew him and loved him in disbelief. "What if,"... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'You're strong': Refugees remember the friendship and support of Michael Gordonup the phone any time and speak to him. We would meet for coffee, go for lunch
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
up the phone any time and speak to him. We would meet for coffee, go for lunch and dinner. He would take me on drives to Phillip Island. He took me to the footy and to the beaches where he went surfing. He discussed his designs for the holiday... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tony Wright's column: Life is brief. Pluck the day and share it with friendsno time - and we were still talking about it on the phone the day before Michae
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
no time - and we were still talking about it on the phone the day before Michael went in an ocean swimming race at Phillip Island last weekend and took his final breath, leaving everyone who knew him and loved him in disbelief. "What if,"... Read more
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News.com.au
Courtney’s new digits as team locks in major backerMobile Racing and extending its backing to Scott Pye’s No.2 car, after featurin
News.com.au / Posted 17 days ago
Mobile Racing and extending its backing to Scott Pye’s No.2 car, after featuring as primary sponsor of Courtney’s car since Phillip Island last year. “To announce Mobil 1™ and Boost Mobile as co-naming rights partners today is fantastic for the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra's James Koundouris feared for Ash Walsh's life in Bathurst 12 Hour crashjust four months after fracturing four ribs, suffering a contusion on his right
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
just four months after fracturing four ribs, suffering a contusion on his right lung and extensive bruising in a crash at Phillip Island. He has since left hospital and is in good spirits, while Koundouris has backed the formation of a committee... Read more
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The Age
Canberra's James Koundouris feared for Ash Walsh's life in Bathurst 12 Hour crashjust four months after fracturing four ribs, suffering a contusion on his right
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
just four months after fracturing four ribs, suffering a contusion on his right lung and extensive bruising in a crash at Phillip Island. He has since left hospital and is in good spirits, while Koundouris has backed the formation of a committee... Read more
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Crash.net
Herve Poncharal (Tech 3) - Interviewalready last year when he did Motegi - before he injured his hand - we asked hi
Crash.net / Posted 18 days ago
already last year when he did Motegi - before he injured his hand - we asked him, 'are you interested to also do Phillip Island?' And he said, 'no, Japan only'. He's not willing and Yamaha is not pushing. How has Yonny got on this week,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'Victoria's ringmaster': Mourners farewell major events maestro Ron Walkeraround the Formula 1 track and facilities and the same when inspecting the faci
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 18 days ago
around the Formula 1 track and facilities and the same when inspecting the facilities at the motorcycle Grand Prix at Phillip Island, how those attending, men and women, whom he had never met, called out to him by name and thanked him for... Read more
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Herald Sun
Melbourne cashes in on cruise ship boomhosted 111 cruise liners in the past financial year with 10 vessels stopping of
Herald Sun / Posted 20 days ago
hosted 111 cruise liners in the past financial year with 10 vessels stopping off at regional centres including Geelong, Phillip Island, Portland and Port Campbell. It was the Azamara Journey’s first trip to Melbourne since its extensive... Read more
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News.com.au
Holiday-makers cruise in to Melbournehosted 111 cruise liners in the past financial year with 10 vessels stopping of
News.com.au / Posted 20 days ago
hosted 111 cruise liners in the past financial year with 10 vessels stopping off at regional centres including Geelong, Phillip Island, Portland and Port Campbell. It was the Azamara Journey’s first trip to Melbourne since its extensive... Read more
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The Age
A flower for a fine man: Tributes flow in Parliament House for journalist Michael GordonTime. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Liberal MP Russell Broadbent recalled Micky tak
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
Time. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Liberal MP Russell Broadbent recalled Micky taking him to the San Remo Hotel, where Phillip Island meets the mainland, and pointing out the Channel Challenge honour board, whose inaugural race Gordon won in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
A flower for a fine man: Tributes flow in Parliament House for journalist Michael GordonTime. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Liberal MP Russell Broadbent recalled Micky tak
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 days ago
Time. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Liberal MP Russell Broadbent recalled Micky taking him to the San Remo Hotel, where Phillip Island meets the mainland, and pointing out the Channel Challenge honour board, whose inaugural race Gordon won in... Read more
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Surfers Village
Xavier Huxtable and Bella Wilson win Victorian Junior Titleshonours in the 2018 Woolworths Victorian Junior Surfing Titles in small 2-3 fee
Surfers Village / Posted 21 days ago
honours in the 2018 Woolworths Victorian Junior Surfing Titles in small 2-3 feet waves at Cape Woolamai on the wave rich Phillip Island. The 2017 Victorian U/16 Champion, Xavier Huxtable (Jan Juc, VIC) used his knowledge of rip bowl conditions... Read more
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Canberra Times
Teabags buried on Phillip Island hold clues to the secret life of soilWe’re on our hands and knees in a thicket of seagrass and mangroves on Phillip
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
We’re on our hands and knees in a thicket of seagrass and mangroves on Phillip Island’s east coast on a bright, sunny day, hunting for what at first glance looks like old rubbish. Dr Stacey Trevathan-Tackett, hair pulled back away from the mud, digs... Read more
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Canberra Times
Fair, thorough and thoroughly decent, Michael Gordon's trick was no trick at allmorning, Russell Broadbent spotted the beaming smile of Michael Gordon among co
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
morning, Russell Broadbent spotted the beaming smile of Michael Gordon among competitors limbering up for the annual Phillip Island Penguin Swim Classic. Gordon was "in his element", raring to go. Broadbent had things to do but knew he would... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Fair, thorough and thoroughly decent, Michael Gordon's trick was no trick at allmorning, Russell Broadbent spotted the beaming smile of Michael Gordon among co
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
morning, Russell Broadbent spotted the beaming smile of Michael Gordon among competitors limbering up for the annual Phillip Island Penguin Swim Classic. Gordon was "in his element", raring to go. Broadbent had things to do but knew he would... Read more
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The Age
Fair, thorough and thoroughly decent, Michael Gordon's trick was no trick at allmorning, Russell Broadbent spotted the beaming smile of Michael Gordon among co
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
morning, Russell Broadbent spotted the beaming smile of Michael Gordon among competitors limbering up for the annual Phillip Island Penguin Swim Classic. Gordon was "in his element", raring to go. Broadbent had things to do but knew he would... Read more
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The Age
Teabags buried on Phillip Island hold clues to the secret life of soilWe’re on our hands and knees in a thicket of seagrass and mangroves on Phillip
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
We’re on our hands and knees in a thicket of seagrass and mangroves on Phillip Island’s east coast on a bright, sunny day, hunting for what at first glance looks like old rubbish. Dr Stacey Trevathan-Tackett, hair pulled back away from the mud, digs... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Teabags buried on Phillip Island hold clues to the secret life of soilWe’re on our hands and knees in a thicket of seagrass and mangroves on Phillip
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
We’re on our hands and knees in a thicket of seagrass and mangroves on Phillip Island’s east coast on a bright, sunny day, hunting for what at first glance looks like old rubbish. Dr Stacey Trevathan-Tackett, hair pulled back away from the mud, digs... Read more
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Canberra Times
'The real deal': My friend Michael Gordon, serial hugger and outstanding journalistto report that the last scans were positive. Typical of Michael, he was there f
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
to report that the last scans were positive. Typical of Michael, he was there for others. Super fit, Michael loved Phillip Island and was delighted when he clocked a certain birthday so he could compete as a senior in some of the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'The real deal': My friend Michael Gordon, serial hugger and outstanding journalistto report that the last scans were positive. Typical of Michael, he was there f
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
to report that the last scans were positive. Typical of Michael, he was there for others. Super fit, Michael loved Phillip Island and was delighted when he clocked a certain birthday so he could compete as a senior in some of the... Read more
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The Age
'The real deal': My friend Michael Gordon, serial hugger and outstanding journalistto report that the last scans were positive. Typical of Michael, he was there f
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
to report that the last scans were positive. Typical of Michael, he was there for others. Super fit, Michael loved Phillip Island and was delighted when he clocked a certain birthday so he could compete as a senior in some of the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Celebrated and beloved Age journalist Michael Gordon dies aged 62has died at the age of 62. He is believed to have suffered a heart attack whil
Canberra Times / Posted 22 days ago
has died at the age of 62. He is believed to have suffered a heart attack while taking part in an ocean swim at Cowes, on Phillip Island, on Saturday morning. Michael Gordon on assignment in Uluru in 2017. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen He was pulled... Read more
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News.com.au
Journalist Michael Gordon dies during swimjournalist Michael Gordon has died after suffering a suspected heart attack dur
News.com.au / Posted 22 days ago
journalist Michael Gordon has died after suffering a suspected heart attack during an ocean swim on Victoria's Phillip Island. The 62-year-old Fairfax writer was pulled from the water and brought to shore at Cowes about 10.30am... Read more
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Herald Sun
Journo dies of heart attack while swimmingAWARD-winning Australian journalist Michael Gordon has died after suffering a h
Herald Sun / Posted 22 days ago
AWARD-winning Australian journalist Michael Gordon has died after suffering a heart attack while swimming at Victoria’s Phillip Island. The acclaimed political writer and author retired last June after 44 years in journalism, a career mostly spent... Read more
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