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Daily Mail
Courteney Cox looks ageless while leaving a salon in Los Angelesdaughter Impatient motorhome driver violently hits lorry at a roundabout Abs-
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
daughter Impatient motorhome driver violently hits lorry at a roundabout Abs-olutely fabulous! Ex-PM's daughter Frances Abbott... Push-up bra sales sag as big breasts fall out of fashion... Richmond stars to be questioned after police draw up... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Tennessee Locked In On Gamecocks2017 induction class for the Tennessee Athletics Hall of Fame back in August. T
The Chattanoogan / Posted 7 days ago
2017 induction class for the Tennessee Athletics Hall of Fame back in August. The star-studded class includes Monica Abbott (softball), the late Ray Bussard (coach; men's swimming), Phillip Fulmer (coach; football), Justin Gatlin (men's... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Maddinson belts ton as NSW crush Tigers5-117, with the Tigers eventually dismissed for 214 off 39.2 overs at the WACA.
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 days ago
5-117, with the Tigers eventually dismissed for 214 off 39.2 overs at the WACA. Rookie Mickey Edwards (4-31), paceman Sean Abbott (3-29) and off-spinner Nathan Lyon (3-58) shared the bowling honours for NSW. Only some rearguard action from... Read more
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Canberra Times
WestConnex ads a turn up the wrong roadme profusely. I did not know Playboy was banned in Australia at the time. Thank
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
me profusely. I did not know Playboy was banned in Australia at the time. Thanks, Hef. You did far more good than harm. Phillip Cohen Lake Munmorah Hefner said that same-sex marriage is "a fight for all our rights. Without it we will turn back... Read more
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The Age
WestConnex ads a turn up the wrong roadme profusely. I did not know Playboy was banned in Australia at the time. Thank
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
me profusely. I did not know Playboy was banned in Australia at the time. Thanks, Hef. You did far more good than harm. Phillip Cohen Lake Munmorah Hefner said that same-sex marriage is "a fight for all our rights. Without it we will turn back... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
WestConnex ads a turn up the wrong roadme profusely. I did not know Playboy was banned in Australia at the time. Thank
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
me profusely. I did not know Playboy was banned in Australia at the time. Thanks, Hef. You did far more good than harm. Phillip Cohen Lake Munmorah Hefner said that same-sex marriage is "a fight for all our rights. Without it we will turn back... Read more
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The Age
Gas supplies: Extraction of a resource is not ownership of itair. Ian Thomas, Armidale AdvertisementIt's all about profits, not security
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
air. Ian Thomas, Armidale AdvertisementIt's all about profits, not security After the crazy promotion of coal under Tony Abbott we now have a strategy to pressure state governments to reverse their opposition to fracking disguised as an energy... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
BANKRUPTCY WATCHGreene and Whitney McCrea Atwood-Greene (aka Whitney McCrea Atwood), 708 Maple
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
Greene and Whitney McCrea Atwood-Greene (aka Whitney McCrea Atwood), 708 Maple St., Sept. 19, 2017, Chapter 13. DELAPLAINE Phillip Raymond and Amy Nichole Rothe, 168 Hazel St., Sept. 20, 2017, Chapter 13. DERMOTT Edward D. Moore Sr., 308 W.... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
World Jousting Championships in Sydneyhistorically accurate armour weighing around 40kg. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty I
Daily Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
historically accurate armour weighing around 40kg. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images) SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 24: Phillip Leitch of Australia waits on his mounts as he prepares to compete in the World Jousting Championships against Michael... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Remembering Walter Griffin's visionwould like to say a heartfelt thank-you to those millions of Australians who ha
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
would like to say a heartfelt thank-you to those millions of Australians who have refrained from being violent to Tony Abbott. While we all welcome a variety of viewpoints, there is much about Abbott that elicits contempt, despair,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Remembering Walter Griffin's visionwould like to say a heartfelt thank-you to those millions of Australians who ha
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
would like to say a heartfelt thank-you to those millions of Australians who have refrained from being violent to Tony Abbott. While we all welcome a variety of viewpoints, there is much about Abbott that elicits contempt, despair,... Read more
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The North West Star
The week in pictures: September 18 to September 23after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNC
The North West Star / Posted 25 days ago
after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNCESTON: Cataract Gorge's First Basin. Picture Phillip Biggs. STRATHALBYN: Willunga league players run through the banner onto the ground for the Great Southern Football... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The week in pictures: September 18 to September 23after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNC
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 25 days ago
after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNCESTON: Cataract Gorge's First Basin. Picture Phillip Biggs. STRATHALBYN: Willunga league players run through the banner onto the ground for the Great Southern Football... Read more
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The Courier
The week in pictures: September 18 to September 23after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNC
The Courier / Posted 25 days ago
after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNCESTON: Cataract Gorge's First Basin. Picture Phillip Biggs. STRATHALBYN: Willunga league players run through the banner onto the ground for the Great Southern Football... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The week in pictures: September 18 to September 23after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNC
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 25 days ago
after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNCESTON: Cataract Gorge's First Basin. Picture Phillip Biggs. STRATHALBYN: Willunga league players run through the banner onto the ground for the Great Southern Football... Read more
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The Young Witness
The week in pictures: September 18 to September 23after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNC
The Young Witness / Posted 25 days ago
after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNCESTON: Cataract Gorge's First Basin. Picture Phillip Biggs. STRATHALBYN: Willunga league players run through the banner onto the ground for the Great Southern Football... Read more
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Western Advocate
The week in pictures: September 18 to September 23after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNC
Western Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNCESTON: Cataract Gorge's First Basin. Picture Phillip Biggs. STRATHALBYN: Willunga league players run through the banner onto the ground for the Great Southern Football... Read more
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Manning River Times
The week in pictures: September 18 to September 23after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNC
Manning River Times / Posted 25 days ago
after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNCESTON: Cataract Gorge's First Basin. Picture Phillip Biggs. STRATHALBYN: Willunga league players run through the banner onto the ground for the Great Southern Football... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The week in pictures: September 18 to September 23after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNC
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 25 days ago
after the Roosters had their VFL licence revoked. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric. LAUNCESTON: Cataract Gorge's First Basin. Picture Phillip Biggs. STRATHALBYN: Willunga league players run through the banner onto the ground for the Great Southern Football... Read more
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26d
The Age
Tony Abbott: the most reliable energy source there isIt seems no raw onion is safe from the jaws of Tony Abbott. He ate another one
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
It seems no raw onion is safe from the jaws of Tony Abbott. He ate another one this week, only a few days after he admitted that it had "probably" been a mistake to eat his first onion, an unsuspecting Tasmanian brown that fell into his clutches... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tony Abbott: the most reliable energy source there isIt seems no raw onion is safe from the jaws of Tony Abbott. He ate another one
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 26 days ago
It seems no raw onion is safe from the jaws of Tony Abbott. He ate another one this week, only a few days after he admitted that it had "probably" been a mistake to eat his first onion, an unsuspecting Tasmanian brown that fell into his clutches... Read more
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Canberra Times
Allen-key architecture of Canberra's new suburbs is destroying our cityA character assassination is under way in Canberra right now, and it's not Tony
Canberra Times / Posted 30 days ago
A character assassination is under way in Canberra right now, and it's not Tony Abbott leaking against Malcolm Turnbull. It's an architectural hit-and-run on a grand scale, happening right in front of us, yet no one seems to be stopping to... Read more
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The Age
Allen-key architecture of Canberra's new suburbs is destroying our cityA character assassination is under way in Canberra right now, and it's not Tony
The Age / Posted a month ago
A character assassination is under way in Canberra right now, and it's not Tony Abbott leaking against Malcolm Turnbull. It's an architectural hit-and-run on a grand scale, happening right in front of us, yet no one seems to be stopping to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Allen-key architecture of Canberra's new suburbs is destroying our cityA character assassination is under way in Canberra right now, and it's not Tony
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
A character assassination is under way in Canberra right now, and it's not Tony Abbott leaking against Malcolm Turnbull. It's an architectural hit-and-run on a grand scale, happening right in front of us, yet no one seems to be stopping to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Love Island's Amber Davies flaunts cleavage in lace bradeal to appear on the rebooted skating show of Dancing On Ice The new season w
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
deal to appear on the rebooted skating show of Dancing On Ice The new season will be broadcast in January on ITV, and sees Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby both back to front it six years after they last co-hosted it and three years since it... Read more
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Daily Mail
FEMAIL highlights the biggest spring 2018 fashion trendsClassic straw bags were given interesting updates in the form of new silhouette
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
Classic straw bags were given interesting updates in the form of new silhouettes, embellishments and details, at the 3.1 Phillip Lim, Brock Collection and Vivienne Tam shows. Upgraded bags: 3.1 Phillip Lim (left) Vivienne Tam (center) and Brock... Read more
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Daily Mail
Wayne Rooney girl says Coleen shouldn't forgive himhis wife Coleen should forgive him. Laura Simpson was put through a TV grillin
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
his wife Coleen should forgive him. Laura Simpson was put through a TV grilling by This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, who challenged her over why she got into a car with the married star. The 29-year-old office worker... Read more
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Daily Mail
6ft 9in model with the longest legs in the WORLDlegs in the world is set to break into Hollywood after she appeared on This Mor
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
legs in the world is set to break into Hollywood after she appeared on This Morning, where presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield used ladders to interview her. Ekaterina Lisina, 29, whose 52.4in legs are recognised by the Guinness... Read more

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