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Sydney Morning Herald
John Grant's exit will change little as long as distrust and detestation rule rugby leagueabout rugby league that compels the conclusion that it doesn’t just survive not
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 59 minutes ago
about rugby league that compels the conclusion that it doesn’t just survive notwithstanding the enmity that exists between clubs and state governing bodies and the players’ association and the media and the fans and myriad other parties. Instead,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Thurston shock: I’d help next-generation BluesJOHNATHAN Thurston’s retirement plans could include plotting the downfall of th
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
JOHNATHAN Thurston’s retirement plans could include plotting the downfall of the Maroons with the Queensland great admitting he would be open to helping develop the next generation of playmakers south of the border. The Blues’ great tormentor for... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Some sage words of advice for new ARLC chairman Peter Beattielifts another trophy and the challenge of fulfilling the game's vast potential.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 hours ago
lifts another trophy and the challenge of fulfilling the game's vast potential. All the trappings of your former life as Queensland Premier without the question-time debate with a One Nation opponent calling for a ban on foreign languages in... Read more
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News.com.au
Two finally become one for RebelsGenia not seeing red over Super Rugby clash1:11 February 22, 2018. Melbourne R
News.com.au / Posted 19 hours ago
Genia not seeing red over Super Rugby clash1:11 February 22, 2018. Melbourne Rebels scrumhalf Will Genia speaks to media ahead of Friday night's opening Super Rugby clash against his former side of nine seasons, the Queensland Reds. Genia... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tim Sampson poached by Andrew Forrest to become Western Force coachTim Sampson, the man in charge at the Canberra Vikings, is set to be named coac
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Tim Sampson, the man in charge at the Canberra Vikings, is set to be named coach of the Western Force as the folded club prepares to play at least half a dozen matches against the likes of the Crusaders and Melbourne Rebels later this year. After... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tim Sampson poached by Andrew Forrest to become Western Force coachTim Sampson, the man in charge at the Canberra Vikings, is set to be named coac
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Tim Sampson, the man in charge at the Canberra Vikings, is set to be named coach of the Western Force as the folded club prepares to play at least half a dozen matches against the likes of the Crusaders and Melbourne Rebels later this year. After... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Hot Aussie trio set to join Geordie Shorethree of four new faces on the reality TV program coming from Oz. The Sun Onli
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
three of four new faces on the reality TV program coming from Oz. The Sun Online has revealed Aussies pole dancer Dee, club promoter Alexander MacPherson and estate agent Nick Murdoch will all be appearing in the hit MTV show. Joining the... Read more
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News.com.au
Hot Aussie trio set to join Geordie Shorethree of four new faces on the reality TV program coming from Oz. The Sun Onli
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
three of four new faces on the reality TV program coming from Oz. The Sun Online has revealed Aussies pole dancer Dee, club promoter Alexander MacPherson and estate agent Nick Murdoch will all be appearing in the hit MTV show. Joining the... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Hot Aussie trio set to join Geordie Shorethree of four new faces on the reality TV program coming from Oz. The Sun Onli
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 days ago
three of four new faces on the reality TV program coming from Oz. The Sun Online has revealed Aussies pole dancer Dee, club promoter Alexander MacPherson and estate agent Nick Murdoch will all be appearing in the hit MTV show. Joining the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Peter Beattie pledges peace with NRL clubs but vote on reforms hangs in balanceRugby League's new front man wants "peace in our time" with NRL clubs, promisin
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Rugby League's new front man wants "peace in our time" with NRL clubs, promising to deliver a palatable solution to them even if a landmark move to have them represented on the ARL Commission for the first time falls flat on Wednesday. Former... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Peter Beattie pledges peace with NRL clubs but vote on reforms hangs in balanceRugby League's new front man wants "peace in our time" with NRL clubs, promisin
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Rugby League's new front man wants "peace in our time" with NRL clubs, promising to deliver a palatable solution to them even if a landmark move to have them represented on the ARL Commission for the first time falls flat on Wednesday. Former... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NRL data suggests salary cap isn't distorted by third-party agreementsbeen played down by the NRL. Photo: John Veage Arms Length Agreements (ALAs) –
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
been played down by the NRL. Photo: John Veage Arms Length Agreements (ALAs) – the potentially rortable TPAs where the club, ostensibly, has no role in arranging the sponsorship – represent 53 per cent of total TPAs. The other half consists of... Read more
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News.com.au
NRL goes soft on Smith elbowing incidentLeague: Cameron Smith takes matters into his own hands following a dangerous ta
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
League: Cameron Smith takes matters into his own hands following a dangerous tackle by Matt Parcell in the World Club Challenge. Cameron Smith drops his elbow onto Matt Parcell's head. THE NRL has handed Test captain Cameron Smith a... Read more
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Herald Sun
NRL goes soft on Smith elbowing incidenthas handed Test captain Cameron Smith a warning notice for his elbow to the hea
Herald Sun / Posted 4 days ago
has handed Test captain Cameron Smith a warning notice for his elbow to the head of Leeds hooker Matt Parcell in the World Club Challenge final on Friday night. The decision to issue Smith with a concerning act letter has saved him from possibly... Read more
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Canberra Times
History calls for Aivi Luik, Melbourne City in W-League grand finalLuik can tick them all off. She has been one of the W-League's best known midf
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
Luik can tick them all off. She has been one of the W-League's best known midfielders over the past decade, and has played club soccer at high level for teams across three continents. Her soccer journey has certainly given her travel... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
South Sydney Rabbitohs ready for new era and philosophy under Anthony Seiboldcareer were hardly shocked. Many insiders considered it simply a matter of time
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
career were hardly shocked. Many insiders considered it simply a matter of time until he was given the top job at an NRL club. He's wasted little time in picking the brains of some of his most admired mentors, one of which has been England rugby... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
History calls for Aivi Luik, Melbourne City in W-League grand finalLuik can tick them all off. She has been one of the W-League's best known midf
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Luik can tick them all off. She has been one of the W-League's best known midfielders over the past decade, and has played club soccer at high level for teams across three continents. Her soccer journey has certainly given her travel... Read more
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The Courier Mail
New breed of violence emergesor months to come in the form of firebombings or similar public assassinations
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
or months to come in the form of firebombings or similar public assassinations of key bikie figures. Mr Lauchs, from the Queensland University of Technology, says these public revenge attacks are inspired by a new generation of bikies taking the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
NRL clubs taking time on women’s gamehave a women’s team in the first female NRL competition are due this Friday aft
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
have a women’s team in the first female NRL competition are due this Friday after the deadline was extended, but a strong Queensland presence seems unlikely. The Courier-Mail confirmed at least five teams will not submit for licences, including... Read more
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The Age
Fairfax photos of the weekParamedics and Police officers perform CPR on a 40 year old male who collapsed
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
Paramedics and Police officers perform CPR on a 40 year old male who collapsed with a cardiac arrest at Easts Leagues Club. He was then transported to St Vincent's Hospital. Photo: Wolter Peeters DCIM\100MEDIA\DJI_0021.JPG Drought is heavily... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New Zealanders invited to share in Lexus Melbourne Cup magicZealanders invited to share in Lexus Melbourne Cup magicThursday, 15 February 2
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 8 days ago
Zealanders invited to share in Lexus Melbourne Cup magicThursday, 15 February 2018, 10:13 amPress Release: Victoria Racing Club Applications now open to host the 2018 Lexus Melbourne Cup TourAustralia’s most iconic trophy, the Lexus Melbourne Cup,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Sam Jeffries making up for lost time as he turns a lost 2017 into promising 2018Sam Jeffries can open his mouth and bring a smile to a room. The Melbourne Reb
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
Sam Jeffries can open his mouth and bring a smile to a room. The Melbourne Rebels lock is always a popular figure at club functions due to his quick wit, candour and his tall, red-headed complexion. Sam Jeffries wants to banish a horror 2017 season... Read more
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Canberra Times
Wests Tigers name former bad boy Russell Packer as one of five co-captainsof the pack: Wests Tigers have named Russell Packer as one of their five co-cap
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
of the pack: Wests Tigers have named Russell Packer as one of their five co-captains. Photo: Adam McLean Fairfax Media revealed in November that Cleary was considering a co-captaincy model and that Packer, in spite of his colourful... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Wests Tigers name former bad boy Russell Packer as one of five co-captainsto fans. Leader of the pack: Wests Tigers have named Russell Packer as one of
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
to fans. Leader of the pack: Wests Tigers have named Russell Packer as one of their five co-captains. Photo: AAP Fairfax Media revealed in November that Cleary was considering a co-captaincy model and that Packer, in spite of his colourful... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sam Jeffries making up for lost time as he turns a lost 2017 into promising 2018Sam Jeffries can open his mouth and bring a smile to a room. The Melbourne Reb
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
Sam Jeffries can open his mouth and bring a smile to a room. The Melbourne Rebels lock is always a popular figure at club functions due to his quick wit, candour and his tall, red-headed complexion. Sam Jeffries wants to banish a horror 2017 season... Read more
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Canberra Times
Investigation into offensive Wikipedia edits linked to government networks droppedAn investigation into dozens of unsavoury and offensive edits to Wikipedia page
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
An investigation into dozens of unsavoury and offensive edits to Wikipedia pages made anonymously by Queensland public servants and political staffers has been dropped. In one edit, reported by Fairfax Media in October 2016, the September 11... Read more
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Canberra Times
Sam Thaiday not on his last legs yet as Broncos veteran seeks one more seasonconference, there are always parts where it's difficult to tell whether he's se
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
conference, there are always parts where it's difficult to tell whether he's serious or having a lend of the assembled media. You can be sure he wasn't joking when he said he wasn't ready for his NRL career to end after this season, even if... Read more
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Canberra Times
NRL 2018: Clubs split on constitutional reform risks new rugby league civil warThe NRL is on the brink of a damaging new civil war amid suggestions that as ma
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
The NRL is on the brink of a damaging new civil war amid suggestions that as many as five clubs plan to reject proposed constitutional reform at a secret ballot next Wednesday. After many months of negotiations and drafting, the changes to the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Investigation into offensive Wikipedia edits linked to government networks droppedAn investigation into dozens of unsavoury and offensive edits to Wikipedia page
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
An investigation into dozens of unsavoury and offensive edits to Wikipedia pages made anonymously by Queensland public servants and political staffers has been dropped. In one edit, reported by Fairfax Media in October 2016, the September 11... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NRL 2018: Clubs split on constitutional reform risks new rugby league civil warThe NRL is on the brink of a damaging new civil war amid suggestions that as ma
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
The NRL is on the brink of a damaging new civil war amid suggestions that as many as five clubs plan to reject proposed constitutional reform at a secret ballot next Wednesday. After many months of negotiations and drafting, the changes to the... Read more
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The Age
NRL 2018: Clubs split on constitutional reform risks new rugby league civil warThe NRL is on the brink of a damaging new civil war amid suggestions that as ma
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
The NRL is on the brink of a damaging new civil war amid suggestions that as many as five clubs plan to reject proposed constitutional reform at a secret ballot next Wednesday. After many months of negotiations and drafting, the changes to the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sam Thaiday not on his last legs yet as Broncos veteran seeks one more seasonconference, there are always parts where it's difficult to tell whether he's se
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
conference, there are always parts where it's difficult to tell whether he's serious or having a lend of the assembled media. You can be sure he wasn't joking when he said he wasn't ready for his NRL career to end after this season, even if... Read more
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Herald Sun
NRL clubs taking time on women’s gamehave a women’s team in the first female NRL competition are due this Friday aft
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
have a women’s team in the first female NRL competition are due this Friday after the deadline was extended, but a strong Queensland presence seems unlikely. The Courier-Mail confirmed at least five teams will not submit for licences, including... Read more
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News.com.au
NRL clubs letting down women’s gamehave a women’s team in the first female NRL competition are due this Friday aft
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
have a women’s team in the first female NRL competition are due this Friday after the deadline was extended, but a strong Queensland presence seems unlikely. The Courier-Mail confirmed at least five teams will not submit for licences, including... Read more
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Daily Mail
Parents of Perth girl claim she has been miraculously cured of cancerhad gone She now has 'no visible tumour, her mother Sandy Nguyen claimed in an
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
had gone She now has 'no visible tumour, her mother Sandy Nguyen claimed in an update to family and friends on social media. Annabelle Nguyen (pictured) has been cured of a fatal brain tumour Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) according... Read more
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Canberra Times
Have News Corp appointed new Broncos chairman Karl Morris to sell the club?be the main qualification for Karl Morris to be the new chair of the Broncos.
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
be the main qualification for Karl Morris to be the new chair of the Broncos. The horsey connection would seem to suit a club whose 'Thoroughbreds', a cadre of businessmen, initiated third-party deals to Brisbane players to the extent the value... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Have News Corp appointed new Broncos chairman Karl Morris to sell the club?be the main qualification for Karl Morris to be the new chair of the Broncos.
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
be the main qualification for Karl Morris to be the new chair of the Broncos. The horsey connection would seem to suit a club whose 'Thoroughbreds', a cadre of businessmen, initiated third-party deals to Brisbane players to the extent the value... Read more
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The Age
Have News Corp appointed new Broncos chairman Karl Morris to sell the club?be the main qualification for Karl Morris to be the new chair of the Broncos.
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
be the main qualification for Karl Morris to be the new chair of the Broncos. The horsey connection would seem to suit a club whose 'Thoroughbreds', a cadre of businessmen, initiated third-party deals to Brisbane players to the extent the value... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Fitzgerald failures hit a nerveQUEENSLANDERS should stop pretending retired judge Tony Fitzgerald was a “super
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
QUEENSLANDERS should stop pretending retired judge Tony Fitzgerald was a “superhero”, Australia’s most successful crime buster told me this week. Bob Bottom, who helped bring several organised crime syndicates to justice, also criticised the ABC and... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Beer garden Cinderella': Queensland pub finds owner of lost choppersto Facebook word of mouth, after they were left in the beer garden of a Bundabe
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
to Facebook word of mouth, after they were left in the beer garden of a Bundaberg pub earlier this week. A cleaner at The Club Hotel, located on the central Queensland coast, found the dentures and left them on top of the bar with a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Johnathan Thurston hopeful heir apparent Michael Morgan will re-sign with Cowboysstar Michael Morgan is using retiring half Johnathan Thurston as a sounding boa
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
star Michael Morgan is using retiring half Johnathan Thurston as a sounding board as he weighs up whether to commit his immediate future to North Queensland. The beaten grand finalists have a ready-made succession plan after Thurston retires, but... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Johnathan Thurston hopeful heir apparent Michael Morgan will re-sign with Cowboysstar Michael Morgan is using retiring half Johnathan Thurston as a sounding boa
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
star Michael Morgan is using retiring half Johnathan Thurston as a sounding board as he weighs up whether to commit his immediate future to North Queensland. The beaten grand finalists have a ready-made succession plan after Thurston retires, but... Read more
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The Age
Johnathan Thurston hopeful heir apparent Michael Morgan will re-sign with Cowboysstar Michael Morgan is using retiring half Johnathan Thurston as a sounding boa
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
star Michael Morgan is using retiring half Johnathan Thurston as a sounding board as he weighs up whether to commit his immediate future to North Queensland. The beaten grand finalists have a ready-made succession plan after Thurston retires, but... Read more
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The Age
'Beer garden Cinderella': Queensland pub finds owner of lost choppersto Facebook word of mouth, after they were left in the beer garden of a Bundabe
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
to Facebook word of mouth, after they were left in the beer garden of a Bundaberg pub earlier this week. A cleaner at The Club Hotel, located on the central Queensland coast, found the dentures and left them on top of the bar with a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Beer garden Cinderella': Queensland pub finds owner of lost choppersto Facebook word of mouth, after they were left in the beer garden of a Bundabe
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
to Facebook word of mouth, after they were left in the beer garden of a Bundaberg pub earlier this week. A cleaner at The Club Hotel, located on the central Queensland coast, found the dentures and left them on top of the bar with a... Read more
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WA Today
Aurizon to withdraw funding bid for rail projectwithdraw an application for funding to assist with a rail project integral to t
WA Today / Posted 14 days ago
withdraw an application for funding to assist with a rail project integral to the development of the Adani coal mine in Queensland's Galilee Basin. Aurizon’s managing director, Andrew Harding, said although the company was in discussion with... Read more
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Canberra Times
Aurizon to withdraw funding bid for rail projectwithdraw an application for funding to assist with a rail project integral to t
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
withdraw an application for funding to assist with a rail project integral to the development of the Adani coal mine in Queensland's Galilee Basin. Aurizon’s managing director, Andrew Harding, said although the company was in discussion with... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Aurizon to withdraw funding bid for rail projectwithdraw an application for funding to assist with a rail project integral to t
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
withdraw an application for funding to assist with a rail project integral to the development of the Adani coal mine in Queensland's Galilee Basin. Aurizon’s managing director, Andrew Harding, said although the company was in discussion with... Read more
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The Age
Aurizon to withdraw funding bid for rail projectwithdraw an application for funding to assist with a rail project integral to t
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
withdraw an application for funding to assist with a rail project integral to the development of the Adani coal mine in Queensland's Galilee Basin. Aurizon’s managing director, Andrew Harding, said although the company was in discussion with... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Wonderful' if Adani coal mine went ahead, Orica boss sayswhile attending a business lunch in Melbourne. Mr Calderon, the chief executiv
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
while attending a business lunch in Melbourne. Mr Calderon, the chief executive officer of Orica, made the comment to media shortly after addressing a Melbourne Mining Club lunch. “It would be wonderful it it goes ahead,” he said of the Adani... Read more
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