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Perth Now
The program that can 'save lives'first-aid kit on hand. International project manager Sarah Waries was funded b
Perth Now / Posted 2 minutes ago
first-aid kit on hand. International project manager Sarah Waries was funded by Sea Shepherd to tour the WA, NSW and Queensland coasts in March last year. Mr Henley said fatal shark attacks at Bunkers Bay, Stratham and around Gracetown had... Read more
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The North West Star
Drivers taking less care at rail crossings and New Zealand could have the answer: QUT studywere "complacent" when approaching rail crossings, with motorists preparing to
The North West Star / Posted 40 minutes ago
were "complacent" when approaching rail crossings, with motorists preparing to stop only 30 metres before the tracks. Queensland drivers are taking much less care when approaching rail crossings than in normal traffic and New Zealand could... Read more
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The Age
Drivers taking less care at rail crossings and New Zealand could have the answer: QUT studyQueensland drivers are taking much less care when approaching rail crossings th
The Age / Posted an hour ago
Queensland drivers are taking much less care when approaching rail crossings than in normal traffic and New Zealand could hold the answer to getting motorists' attention, a Queensland University of Technology study has found. Dr Gregoire Larue,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Drivers taking less care at rail crossings and New Zealand could have the answer: QUT studyQueensland drivers are taking much less care when approaching rail crossings th
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
Queensland drivers are taking much less care when approaching rail crossings than in normal traffic and New Zealand could hold the answer to getting motorists' attention, a Queensland University of Technology study has found. Dr Gregoire Larue,... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Gut feeling could help fight hayfeverwhy people respond differently to allergy treatments,” researcher Dr Nic West,
Geelong Advertiser / Posted an hour ago
why people respond differently to allergy treatments,” researcher Dr Nic West, of Griffith’s Menzies Health Institute Queensland, said. “We know that individuals don’t respond equally to common treatment strategies and it’s important to... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Storm season prompts allergy warningdata showing there are only three practitioners on the Gold Coast. Allergist a
Geelong Advertiser / Posted an hour ago
data showing there are only three practitioners on the Gold Coast. Allergist and immunologist Professor Peter Smith, of Queensland Allergy Services at Southport, has a six to eight-month waiting list for new patients but gives priority to those... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Do Kirra warning signs face wrong wayof Currumbin about the signs being erected and said it had been a council initi
Geelong Advertiser / Posted an hour ago
of Currumbin about the signs being erected and said it had been a council initiative and there had been no directive from Queensland Health about the issue. The council would continue to review and reassess its advice based on future monitoring... Read more
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The North West Star
No cracking up for these strong womenBig Red Bash this year – they were fresh from receiving formal recognition of t
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
Big Red Bash this year – they were fresh from receiving formal recognition of their story-telling abilities by the Queensland Rural Regional and Remote Women’s Network. The pair – Alyssa Venning and Amanda-Lyn Pearson, aka Twiggs and S.T.... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Send us your family’s secret recipeswas a great cook (you have her picture), and she was one of the first females t
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
was a great cook (you have her picture), and she was one of the first females to graduate as a home economics teacher in Queensland back in 1940. In those days, pre-internet, this was the only way families could pass down recipes — by hand. My... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Send us your family’s secret recipeswas a great cook (you have her picture), and she was one of the first females t
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 hours ago
was a great cook (you have her picture), and she was one of the first females to graduate as a home economics teacher in Queensland back in 1940. In those days, pre-internet, this was the only way families could pass down recipes — by hand. My... Read more
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Herald Sun
GC600: Everything you need to knowaccreditation passes to the GC600 event can travel free to and from the event o
Herald Sun / Posted 2 hours ago
accreditation passes to the GC600 event can travel free to and from the event on the G: Link Trams, Surfside buses and Queensland Rail City Network trains from Friday 20 October 2017 until Sunday 22 October 2017 (inclusive). Kids 12 and under... Read more
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News.com.au
Send us your family’s secret recipeswas a great cook (you have her picture), and she was one of the first females t
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
was a great cook (you have her picture), and she was one of the first females to graduate as a home economics teacher in Queensland back in 1940. In those days, pre-internet, this was the only way families could pass down recipes — by hand. My... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Where the jobs are right nowboth states,” Ms Banks said. The number of job advertisements in the Northern
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 hours ago
both states,” Ms Banks said. The number of job advertisements in the Northern Territory increased by 16.4 per cent, in Queensland by 15.7 per cent, in Tasmania by 10.8 per cent, while the ACT had a 8.8 per cent rise. Mining, resources and... Read more
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Herald Sun
Wallabies’ historic haka replyjust won victory in the past 16 Bledisloe Cup Tests — the Wallabies’ belief app
Herald Sun / Posted 3 hours ago
just won victory in the past 16 Bledisloe Cup Tests — the Wallabies’ belief appears to be fragile, Farr-Jones said at a Queensland Reds lunch. “My reservation is: do they have the belief and the confidence,” Farr-Jones said. “And I hear good... Read more
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The North West Star
Witness in Exclusive Brethren case paid for his silenceshut. McCorkell, though, did not want to wait 10 years for his cash. On Frida
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
shut. McCorkell, though, did not want to wait 10 years for his cash. On Friday, October 21, last year, he flew from his Queensland home to Sydney to renegotiate. Grimshaw's name might have been on the agreement, but it was not him talking... Read more
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Canberra Times
Darren Weir and Gai Waterhouse stamp their authority early on Caulfield Cup day over 1600 metres at Flemington on Derby day, with the trainer having no doubt t
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
over 1600 metres at Flemington on Derby day, with the trainer having no doubt that he will stay the trip. "When he went to Queensland [last winter] he was probably just a little bit disappointing, but everything came to an end and he spelled well... Read more
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Canberra Times
Ashes focus: Five burning questions heading into the Sheffield Shield opener 2017-18Test in Bangladesh, contributing one and one, and was dropped after the shock d
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Test in Bangladesh, contributing one and one, and was dropped after the shock defeat. He will hope to regain his groove for Queensland on the quicker, bouncing Australian decks, and his record at the Gabba (299 runs at 74.75 in three Tests) should... Read more
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Canberra Times
Jason Coyle plots Tatts Tiara path with White Moss after Nivison winyou nice hope for those distances. "After this there's no plans at the moment,
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
you nice hope for those distances. "After this there's no plans at the moment, but the long-term goal is to take her to Queensland to try to get that elusive group 1. The fact we've looked after her means you can plan long-term." It capped a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Gunners junior Glenn Morison joins Cairns Taipans before US College stintto Division I. But first he's focused on helping the Taipans after former Canb
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
to Division I. But first he's focused on helping the Taipans after former Canberra Cannon Jamie Pearlman recruited him to Queensland. I don't know about the NBA, but playing in Europe and China is a high level so I'd like to go there. Also the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra rugby veteran Ben Coutts on Stockmen's Tour of New Zealand and ArgentinaFormer Queensland Reds prop and Canberra rugby veteran Ben Coutts will lead the
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Former Queensland Reds prop and Canberra rugby veteran Ben Coutts will lead the Australian Stockman Rugby Union side on a tour of New Zealand and Argentina. The Stockman's are a youth development program which raises awareness for the mental health... Read more
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Canberra Times
Potential witness in Exclusive Brethren sex abuse case paid to remain silentshut. McCorkell, though, did not want to wait 10 years for his cash. On Frida
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
shut. McCorkell, though, did not want to wait 10 years for his cash. On Friday, October 21, last year, he flew from his Queensland home to Sydney to renegotiate. Grimshaw's name might have been on the agreement, but it was not him talking... Read more
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Canberra Times
Roosters want Cooper Cronk to turn Mitchell Pearce into best half in the gameamong Sydney clubs is well and truly on and the eastern suburbs glamour club is
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
among Sydney clubs is well and truly on and the eastern suburbs glamour club is the favourite to land the Australian and Queensland halfback after he instructed his manager, George Mimis, on Friday to "explore options". Star quality: Cooper... Read more
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Canberra Times
South Sydney Rabbitohs secure Burgess brothers before November 1 feeding frenzyit. I was a bit of a mentor for him to bounce things off who is not tied up wit
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
it. I was a bit of a mentor for him to bounce things off who is not tied up with the club. It's gone from there." North Queensland were able to retain the nucleus of their side after winning their inaugural title, but the pressure to keep their... Read more
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walesonline
Wales' next opponents have just stunned the All Blacksto face opponents who finished fifth in last season’s Six Nations with only Ita
walesonline / Posted 3 hours ago
to face opponents who finished fifth in last season’s Six Nations with only Italy below them. New Zealand’s tries in Queensland capital Brisbane came from wingers Waisake Naholo and Rieko Ioane with outside-half Lima Sopoaga converting one... Read more
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The Border Mail
Witness in Exclusive Brethren case paid for his silenceshut. McCorkell, though, did not want to wait 10 years for his cash. On Frida
The Border Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
shut. McCorkell, though, did not want to wait 10 years for his cash. On Friday, October 21, last year, he flew from his Queensland home to Sydney to renegotiate. Grimshaw's name might have been on the agreement, but it was not him talking... Read more
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Manning River Times
Witness in Exclusive Brethren case paid for his silenceshut. McCorkell, though, did not want to wait 10 years for his cash. On Frida
Manning River Times / Posted 4 hours ago
shut. McCorkell, though, did not want to wait 10 years for his cash. On Friday, October 21, last year, he flew from his Queensland home to Sydney to renegotiate. Grimshaw's name might have been on the agreement, but it was not him talking... Read more
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The Age
Potential witness in Exclusive Brethren sex abuse case paid to remain silentshut. McCorkell, though, did not want to wait 10 years for his cash. On Frida
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
shut. McCorkell, though, did not want to wait 10 years for his cash. On Friday, October 21, last year, he flew from his Queensland home to Sydney to renegotiate. Grimshaw's name might have been on the agreement, but it was not him talking... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Potential witness in Exclusive Brethren sex abuse case paid to remain silentshut. McCorkell, though, did not want to wait 10 years for his cash. On Frida
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
shut. McCorkell, though, did not want to wait 10 years for his cash. On Friday, October 21, last year, he flew from his Queensland home to Sydney to renegotiate. Grimshaw's name might have been on the agreement, but it was not him talking... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
‘I wore activewear everywhere for 5 days’me on staff! Later on, I got back into my activewear gear and headed out for m
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 4 hours ago
me on staff! Later on, I got back into my activewear gear and headed out for my date with Daniel Radcliffe. It was the Queensland premiere of his movie Jungle and I was wondering just how dressed down I would look. Alas, Gold Coasters are... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Bledisloe Cup: Wallabies break two-year hoodoo with win over All BlacksMarika Koroibete crossing on the other side of the field for his fourth try in
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
Marika Koroibete crossing on the other side of the field for his fourth try in three Tests, steamrolling McKenzie to make it 17-13. It was a lead they did not surrender. External Link: Wallabies v All Blacks commentary More stories from Queens... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Massive changes coming for learner testtrialled to replace the test as early as next year. More than 30 per cent of p
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
trialled to replace the test as early as next year. More than 30 per cent of people taking the written learner test in Queensland have failed this year. Experts say teens simply aren’t interested in studying a book and would benefit from the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Childhood eating disorders on the riseHUNDREDS of Queensland children are being treated in hospital every year for ea
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
HUNDREDS of Queensland children are being treated in hospital every year for eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia. New figures released under right to information show there were more than 1000 episodes involving children who were admitted to... Read more
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News.com.au
Massive changes coming for learner testtrialled to replace the test as early as next year. More than 30 per cent of p
News.com.au / Posted 5 hours ago
trialled to replace the test as early as next year. More than 30 per cent of people taking the written learner test in Queensland have failed this year. Experts say teens simply aren’t interested in studying a book and would benefit from the... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
‘Cricketers deserve every dollar they earn’deserve’’ their pay rise of at least 80 per cent. Barty played cricket matches
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 5 hours ago
deserve’’ their pay rise of at least 80 per cent. Barty played cricket matches in the 2015-16 season for the Heat and the Queensland women’s team during her hiatus from the international tennis tour. The Australian Fed Cup player returned home to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘Cricketers deserve every dollar they earn’deserve’’ their pay rise of at least 80 per cent. Barty played cricket matches
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
deserve’’ their pay rise of at least 80 per cent. Barty played cricket matches in the 2015-16 season for the Heat and the Queensland women’s team during her hiatus from the international tennis tour. The Australian Fed Cup player returned home to... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Cricketers deserve every dollar they earn’deserve’’ their pay rise of at least 80 per cent. Barty played cricket matches
News.com.au / Posted 5 hours ago
deserve’’ their pay rise of at least 80 per cent. Barty played cricket matches in the 2015-16 season for the Heat and the Queensland women’s team during her hiatus from the international tennis tour. The Australian Fed Cup player returned home to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Mostert rules Supercars in the wet at SurfersShane Van Gisbergen who finished fourth and is just 217 points off the champion
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
Shane Van Gisbergen who finished fourth and is just 217 points off the championship lead with just five races remaining in this year's championship. The Gold Coast 600 wraps up on Sunday with another 300km race. More stories from... Read more
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News.com.au
Childhood eating disorders on the riseworking as a consultant for others with eating disorders. Pictures: Lachie Mill
News.com.au / Posted 6 hours ago
working as a consultant for others with eating disorders. Pictures: Lachie Millard Source:News Corp Australia HUNDREDS of Queensland children are being treated in hospital every year for eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia. New figures... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Is La Nina coming this summer?Southeast Queensland Ravaged by Flooding. Credit - Facebook/Jason Precoma via S
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
Southeast Queensland Ravaged by Flooding. Credit - Facebook/Jason Precoma via Storyful0:34 Days of heavy rainfall caused flooding in southeast Queensland on Sunday, October 15. ABC reported that a 67-year-old man was found dead after his car was... Read more
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News.com.au
Is La Nina coming this summer?Southeast Queensland Ravaged by Flooding. Credit - Facebook/Jason Precoma via S
News.com.au / Posted 6 hours ago
Southeast Queensland Ravaged by Flooding. Credit - Facebook/Jason Precoma via Storyful0:34 Days of heavy rainfall caused flooding in southeast Queensland on Sunday, October 15. ABC reported that a 67-year-old man was found dead after his car was... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Green the new grey powerof the first residents was a major milestone for Halcyon Greens – the developer
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 6 hours ago
of the first residents was a major milestone for Halcyon Greens – the developer’s seventh and largest project in southeast Queensland. He said the optional inclusion of Tesla technology had proven popular with buyers. “It’s proved to be a popular... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Bodies recovered by police diversPolice Station on Saturday. Picture: Liam Kidstonmedia_cameraThe fishing trawle
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 6 hours ago
Police Station on Saturday. Picture: Liam Kidstonmedia_cameraThe fishing trawler, Dianne, capsized on Monday. Supplied: Queensland Police Service Families had been kept up top date throughout the day. “It’s not the best scenario. We hoped that... Read more
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Herald Sun
Legend questions Wallabies’ mental fortitudemight as well not show up. Brisbane’s RNA Showground, site of the Wallabies’ f
Herald Sun / Posted 6 hours ago
might as well not show up. Brisbane’s RNA Showground, site of the Wallabies’ first of three wins over the All Blacks in Queensland (a 17-9 shellacking in 1929) was host to the Reds’ annual Long Lunch, attended by a list of rugby luminaries as... Read more
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Herald Sun
The Bledisloe: blood, brilliance, brain snapsSamo famous 60m solo try in 2011. Picture: Jono SearlePENALTY TRY DRAMA 1968 A
Herald Sun / Posted 6 hours ago
Samo famous 60m solo try in 2011. Picture: Jono SearlePENALTY TRY DRAMA 1968 All Blacks 19 Wallabies 18 Queensland referee Kev Crowe needed a police escort to his change room which just happened to be the tool shed with the rakes... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
South Sydney Rabbitohs secure Burgess brothers before November 1 feeding frenzyit. I was a bit of a mentor for him to bounce things off who is not tied up wit
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
it. I was a bit of a mentor for him to bounce things off who is not tied up with the club. It's gone from there." North Queensland were able to retain the nucleus of their side after winning their inaugural title, but the pressure to keep their... Read more
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Perth Now
The Bledisloe: blood, brilliance, brain snapsSamo famous 60m solo try in 2011. Picture: Jono SearlePENALTY TRY DRAMA 1968 A
Perth Now / Posted 7 hours ago
Samo famous 60m solo try in 2011. Picture: Jono SearlePENALTY TRY DRAMA 1968 All Blacks 19 Wallabies 18 Queensland referee Kev Crowe needed a police escort to his change room which just happened to be the tool shed with the rakes... Read more
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Perth Now
Legend questions Wallabies’ mental fortitudemight as well not show up. Brisbane’s RNA Showground, site of the Wallabies’ f
Perth Now / Posted 7 hours ago
might as well not show up. Brisbane’s RNA Showground, site of the Wallabies’ first of three wins over the All Blacks in Queensland (a 17-9 shellacking in 1929) was host to the Reds’ annual Long Lunch, attended by a list of rugby luminaries as... Read more
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Perth Now
Why All Black Brad is now a Wallabies fanin rugby league in his storied dual-code career. His split loyalties have been
Perth Now / Posted 7 hours ago
in rugby league in his storied dual-code career. His split loyalties have been further tested with his appointment as Queensland Reds coach — meaning he now has a direct hand in preparing his old trans-Tasman enemies for battle. With the All... Read more
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Perth Now
‘It’d be good to see the Wallabies win’both sides will remember.” Thorn is a little uneasy about being the spokesman
Perth Now / Posted 7 hours ago
both sides will remember.” Thorn is a little uneasy about being the spokesman for trans-Tasman rugby when he’s the new Queensland Reds coach helping to drive Australian rugby as well as one of the All Blacks who first put Lord Bledisloe’s... Read more
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Perth Now
Wallaby Ioane calls time at Crusadersas a child — has played for the Wallabies 35 times. He has previously played f
Perth Now / Posted 7 hours ago
as a child — has played for the Wallabies 35 times. He has previously played for Australian outfits Western Force and Queensland Reds, as well as Paris-based Top 14 side Stade Francais. Crusaders boss Scott Robertson thanked Ioane for his... Read more
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