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Sydney Morning Herald
Housing supply alone won't fix the affordability crisis, modelling showsAustralia's first published regional analysis of housing demand and supply," th
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 minutes ago
Australia's first published regional analysis of housing demand and supply," the report said. Some regional centres, particularly those in mining-sensitive areas such as North Queensland and Western Australia, were found to have housing surp... Read more
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Herald Sun
Woman who gave birth in coma wakes upDepartment of Health in 2017: 86,567 in NSW; 44,866 in Queensland; 17,326 in So
Herald Sun / Posted 21 minutes ago
Department of Health in 2017: 86,567 in NSW; 44,866 in Queensland; 17,326 in South Australia; 13,654 in Victoria; 3656 in Western Australia; 2707 in Tasmania; 2352 in the Australian Capital Territory and 1119 in the Northern Territory. That’s a... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Game-changer': WA government to trial new HIV prevention drugWestern Australia will begin trialling a drug that has reduced new HIV cases in
Canberra Times / Posted an hour ago
Western Australia will begin trialling a drug that has reduced new HIV cases in NSW to their lowest level since AIDS emerged in the 1980s. The drug, called a pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), is an antiretroviral drug for people who don't have HIV... Read more
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Weekly Times
WA govt to trial new HIV prevention drugWestern Australia will begin trialling a drug that has reduced new HIV cases in
Weekly Times / Posted 2 hours ago
Western Australia will begin trialling a drug that has reduced new HIV cases in NSW to their lowest level since AIDS emerged in the 1980s. The drug, called a pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), is an antiretroviral drug for people who don't have HIV... Read more
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News.com.au
WA govt to trial new HIV prevention drugWestern Australia will begin trialling a drug that has reduced new HIV cases in
News.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
Western Australia will begin trialling a drug that has reduced new HIV cases in NSW to their lowest level since AIDS emerged in the 1980s. The drug, called a pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), is an antiretroviral drug for people who don't have HIV... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Best workers are fleeing Sydneyhas great beaches too. And cheaper houses. And nice weather. Why wouldn’t you c
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
has great beaches too. And cheaper houses. And nice weather. Why wouldn’t you consider a move west? Picture: Tourism Western Australia It’s a desire that Mr Pickering can relate to. He moved to Sydney in 2008 for a plumb post in the RBA... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Christmas rush extends to job adsacross the state, with job ads for the industry up by a solid 62 per cent year-
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
across the state, with job ads for the industry up by a solid 62 per cent year-on-year,” Mr Ilczynski said. “The Western Australian labour market is still recovering but recorded an impressive 19.2 per cent year-on-year growth this... Read more
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WA Today
'Game-changer': WA government to trial new HIV prevention drugWestern Australia will begin trialling a drug that has reduced new HIV cases in
WA Today / Posted 3 hours ago
Western Australia will begin trialling a drug that has reduced new HIV cases in NSW to their lowest level since AIDS emerged in the 1980s. The drug, called a pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), is an antiretroviral drug for people who don't have HIV... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Game-changer': WA government to trial new HIV prevention drugWestern Australia will begin trialling a drug that has reduced new HIV cases in
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
Western Australia will begin trialling a drug that has reduced new HIV cases in NSW to their lowest level since AIDS emerged in the 1980s. The drug, called a pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), is an antiretroviral drug for people who don't have HIV... Read more
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The Age
'Game-changer': WA government to trial new HIV prevention drugWestern Australia will begin trialling a drug that has reduced new HIV cases in
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
Western Australia will begin trialling a drug that has reduced new HIV cases in NSW to their lowest level since AIDS emerged in the 1980s. The drug, called a pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), is an antiretroviral drug for people who don't have HIV... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
A-League live: Perth Glory host Melbourne VictoryLink: Glory v Victory chalkboard External Link: Glory v Victory match stats E
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 hours ago
Link: Glory v Victory chalkboard External Link: Glory v Victory match stats External Link: Glory v Victory heatmap External Link: Glory v Victory line-upA-League ladder External Link: A-League 2017-18 ladder More stories from Western Aust... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Hands off: Aussies let state make call on glovemansuggestions his dressing room nerves would make him a better choice up the orde
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
suggestions his dressing room nerves would make him a better choice up the order.media_cameraShaun Marsh batting for Western Australia last week. Photo: Getty Images “He is pretty calm now. He has grown up a lot over the past couple of... Read more
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Herald Sun
Hands off: Aussies let state make call on glovemansuggestions his dressing room nerves would make him a better choice up the orde
Herald Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
suggestions his dressing room nerves would make him a better choice up the order.media_cameraShaun Marsh batting for Western Australia last week. Photo: Getty Images “He is pretty calm now. He has grown up a lot over the past couple of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Fans rip up turf after last game at Subiaco Ovaldon't recommend ripping up the turf and taking it home but I do recommend every
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
don't recommend ripping up the turf and taking it home but I do recommend everyone continuing to hold those great memories and thoughts of Subiaco and all the great sporting events that have taken place there." More stories from Western Aus... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The great Aussie myth debunkedin Victoria were in Melbourne. There were no electorates in Tasmania, Northern
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
in Victoria were in Melbourne. There were no electorates in Tasmania, Northern Territory, Australian Capital Territory or Western Australia that voted No. The results have got people re-evaluating perceptions of intolerance and prejudice in... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Smugglers busted with $245 million of cocaineacross the Lake Macquarie area with the assistance of Strike Force Raptor, and
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
across the Lake Macquarie area with the assistance of Strike Force Raptor, and further warrants were executed by AFP in Western Australia and Thailand. Onboard the vessel, investigators located a large commercial quantity of cocaine concealed... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Huge storm wreaks havoc in Kalgoorliewithout power overnight." Lightning during the storm is believed to have ignit
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 hours ago
without power overnight." Lightning during the storm is believed to have ignited a fire that destroyed a building on the corner of Maritana and Collins streets in Kalgoorlie that was being used as an art studio. More stories from Western Austr... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Abalone diver says we should fear the sun more than sharksfear the sun more than sharks Abalone diver Marc Payne swims with sharks every
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 hours ago
fear the sun more than sharks Abalone diver Marc Payne swims with sharks every day as he dives to the ocean floor off Western Australia's south coast — but it is the risk of skin cancer that haunts the 50-year-old diving veteran more than the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Family used bush tucker skills to survive five-day desert ordealMr Dutchie said. Police said the case was a reminder of the importance of carr
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 hours ago
Mr Dutchie said. Police said the case was a reminder of the importance of carrying emergency communication equipment, and people staying with their vehicle if they do become lost or bogged. Contact Erin Parke More stories from Western Aus... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Trevor Bayliss content despite England's day of toil in the fieldIreland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adel
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 19 hours ago
Ireland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adelaide last week and another draw against a Western Australia XI in Perth, Bayliss pronounced himself satisfied with England's warm-up campaign. "Over the three games... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Trevor Bayliss content despite England's day of toil in the fieldIreland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adel
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
Ireland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adelaide last week and another draw against a Western Australia XI in Perth, Bayliss pronounced himself satisfied with England's warm-up campaign. "Over the three games... Read more
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Herald Sun
Why do Australians hate dogs so much?bring considerable mental health benefits and are a wonderful salve for the lon
Herald Sun / Posted 21 hours ago
bring considerable mental health benefits and are a wonderful salve for the lonely. A recent study by the University of Western Australia found that more than 60 per cent of dog owners got to know their neighbour through their pet. So there you... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra's sunburned adults tricked by 'deceptive' weather bush capital was the third-worst offender, following the Northern Territory's 2
Canberra Times / Posted 23 hours ago
bush capital was the third-worst offender, following the Northern Territory's 25 per cent and Tasmania's 21 per cent. Western Australia was Australia's most sun smart state, with only 15 per cent sunburned on the weekends in the 2016/17... Read more
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Canberra Times
Ashes bid: State batsmen will need to defy recent trendwere tired of inconsistent and underperforming batsmen in the Sheffield Shield.
Canberra Times / Posted 23 hours ago
were tired of inconsistent and underperforming batsmen in the Sheffield Shield. Cameron Bancroft has been scoring big for Western Australia. That frustration has been exacerbated through the opening three rounds of this summer's competition where... Read more
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The News and Star
Trevor Bayliss content despite England's day of toil in the fieldIreland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adel
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
Ireland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adelaide last week and another draw against a Western Australia XI in Perth, Bayliss pronounced himself satisfied with England's warm-up campaign. "Over the three games... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Trevor Bayliss content despite England's day of toil in the fieldIreland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adel
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
Ireland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adelaide last week and another draw against a Western Australia XI in Perth, Bayliss pronounced himself satisfied with England's warm-up campaign. "Over the three games... Read more
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give me sport
Trevor Bayliss reviews England's Ashes warm-up matches after poor final drawIreland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adel
give me sport / Posted yesterday
Ireland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adelaide last week and another draw against a Western Australia XI in Perth, Bayliss pronounced himself satisfied with England’s warm-up campaign. “Over the three games... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australia wins International Rules clash but Selwood may be in strifeproving to be a fitting finale to Subiaco Oval, which was hosting its last majo
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
proving to be a fitting finale to Subiaco Oval, which was hosting its last major sporting event. Nat Fyfe was named Australia's best player of the series, while Conor McManus was named Ireland's best player. More stories from Western A... Read more
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Gazette
Trevor Bayliss content despite England’s day of toil in the fieldIreland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adel
Gazette / Posted yesterday
Ireland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adelaide last week and another draw against a Western Australia XI in Perth, Bayliss pronounced himself satisfied with England’s warm-up campaign. “Over the three games... Read more
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guardian-series
Trevor Bayliss content despite England’s day of toil in the fieldIreland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adel
guardian-series / Posted yesterday
Ireland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adelaide last week and another draw against a Western Australia XI in Perth, Bayliss pronounced himself satisfied with England’s warm-up campaign. “Over the three games... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Trevor Bayliss content despite England’s day of toil in the fieldIreland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adel
Greenock Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Ireland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adelaide last week and another draw against a Western Australia XI in Perth, Bayliss pronounced himself satisfied with England’s warm-up campaign. “Over the three games... Read more
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Harrow Times
Trevor Bayliss content despite England’s day of toil in the fieldIreland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adel
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
Ireland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adelaide last week and another draw against a Western Australia XI in Perth, Bayliss pronounced himself satisfied with England’s warm-up campaign. “Over the three games... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Trevor Bayliss content despite England’s day of toil in the fieldIreland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adel
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted yesterday
Ireland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adelaide last week and another draw against a Western Australia XI in Perth, Bayliss pronounced himself satisfied with England’s warm-up campaign. “Over the three games... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Trevor Bayliss content despite England’s day of toil in the fieldIreland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adel
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted yesterday
Ireland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adelaide last week and another draw against a Western Australia XI in Perth, Bayliss pronounced himself satisfied with England’s warm-up campaign. “Over the three games... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Trevor Bayliss content despite England’s day of toil in the fieldIreland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adel
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
Ireland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adelaide last week and another draw against a Western Australia XI in Perth, Bayliss pronounced himself satisfied with England’s warm-up campaign. “Over the three games... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Trevor Bayliss content despite England’s day of toil in the fieldIreland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adel
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
Ireland Stadium as well as a resounding victory over the same opponents in Adelaide last week and another draw against a Western Australia XI in Perth, Bayliss pronounced himself satisfied with England’s warm-up campaign. “Over the three games... Read more
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Herald Sun
Relaxed Marsh looking to enjoy latest chanceis reward for a strong start to the domestic season (412 List A runs at 82.40,
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
is reward for a strong start to the domestic season (412 List A runs at 82.40, 236 first-class runs at 39.33) and form that Western Australia coach Justin Langer rates as the best he has seen from him. And Marsh, who has passed 50 three times in... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Ashes surprise Marsh eager to grasp his latest last chancenext week’s opener against England in Brisbane. Marsh secured his eighth recal
Eye Witness News / Posted yesterday
next week’s opener against England in Brisbane. Marsh secured his eighth recall to the test side with some solid form for Western Australia but conceded that failure on Australian cricket’s biggest stage could end his test career. “I‘m not trying... Read more
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The Age
AFL must address the go-home factor for the competition to thriveto examine more deeply. Is it a deep-seated cultural issue or are other factor
The Age / Posted yesterday
to examine more deeply. Is it a deep-seated cultural issue or are other factors at work? Carlton star Patrick Cripps, a Western Australian committed to the Blues until the end of 2019, is one who has stayed but he empathises with players who... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
AFL must address the go-home factor for the competition to thriveto examine more deeply. Is it a deep-seated cultural issue or are other factor
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
to examine more deeply. Is it a deep-seated cultural issue or are other factors at work? Carlton star Patrick Cripps, a Western Australian committed to the Blues until the end of 2019, is one who has stayed but he empathises with players who... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Marsh keen to have a 'red hot crack' at England despite lingering doubtsnext week's opener against England in Brisbane. Marsh secured his eighth recal
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
next week's opener against England in Brisbane. Marsh secured his eighth recall to the Test side with some solid form for Western Australia but conceded that failure on Australian cricket's biggest stage could end his Test career. "I'm not trying... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Relaxed Marsh looking to enjoy latest chanceis reward for a strong start to the domestic season (412 List A runs at 82.40,
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
is reward for a strong start to the domestic season (412 List A runs at 82.40, 236 first-class runs at 39.33) and form that Western Australia coach Justin Langer rates as the best he has seen from him. And Marsh, who has passed 50 three times in... Read more
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EuroNews
Ashes surprise Marsh eager to grasp his latest last chanceopener against England in Brisbane. [nL3N1NM5YE] Marsh secured his eighth recal
EuroNews / Posted yesterday
opener against England in Brisbane. [nL3N1NM5YE] Marsh secured his eighth recall to the test side with some solid form for Western Australia but conceded that failure on Australian cricket’s biggest stage could end his test career. “I’m not trying... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Ashes surprise Marsh eager to grasp his latest last chancenext week's opener against England in Brisbane. Marsh secured his eighth recal
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
next week's opener against England in Brisbane. Marsh secured his eighth recall to the test side with some solid form for Western Australia but conceded that failure on Australian cricket's biggest stage could end his test career. "I'm not trying... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ashes 2017-2018: State batsmen will need to defy recent trend in national selection bidswere tired of inconsistent and underperforming batsmen in the Sheffield Shield.
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
were tired of inconsistent and underperforming batsmen in the Sheffield Shield. Cameron Bancroft has been scoring big for Western Australia. That frustration has been exacerbated through the opening three rounds of this summer's competition where... Read more
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The Age
Ashes 2017-2018: State batsmen will need to defy recent trend in national selection bidswere tired of inconsistent and underperforming batsmen in the Sheffield Shield.
The Age / Posted yesterday
were tired of inconsistent and underperforming batsmen in the Sheffield Shield. Cameron Bancroft has been scoring big for Western Australia. That frustration has been exacerbated through the opening three rounds of this summer's competition where... Read more
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WA Today
Solo sailor plucked from ocean off WAcall, changing course to assist. "Due to the distance offshore, AMSA chartered
WA Today / Posted yesterday
call, changing course to assist. "Due to the distance offshore, AMSA chartered a Falcon 900 jet aircraft from Perth with a Western Australia Police officer on board to fly to the search area," a spokesman said. "Both the Patriot and the jet... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Hussey on Marsh: Why wouldn’t you pick the best?Trevor Hohns and his selection panel have come under fire for recalling the 34-
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
Trevor Hohns and his selection panel have come under fire for recalling the 34-year-old but Hussey maintains the Western Australia veteran deserves his spot in the XI. “If you any ask any first-class player around the country if Shaun... Read more
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Canberra Times
The Big Issue's project to help Perth women in need turns oneto create opportunities for some of the 46,000 women who are homeless in Austra
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
to create opportunities for some of the 46,000 women who are homeless in Australia each night, including the 4,200 in Western Australia," she said. "It's an extremely pressing social issue, but unfortunately there's no quick fix... that's why... Read more
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WA Today
The Big Issue's project to help Perth women in need turns oneto create opportunities for some of the 46,000 women who are homeless in Austra
WA Today / Posted yesterday
to create opportunities for some of the 46,000 women who are homeless in Australia each night, including the 4,200 in Western Australia," she said. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. "It's an extremely pressing... Read more
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