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5 hrs ago | ABC News

Remote rugby league clubs tackle domestic violence

TANYA NOLAN: Rugby league football clubs in some of the most remote parts of New South Wales say they're having success in changing domestic violence attitudes among men.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

ABC News

Western NSW councils discuss impacts of emerging mining industry

Western New South Wales councils have met to discuss how a newly-launched taskforce can help them better cope with the life-cycle of a local resources boom.

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Border Mail

Cathy McGowan distressed by asylum moves

INDI MP Cathy McGowan yesterday rebuked the federal government for holding a group of 153 asylum seekers on a Customs vessel.

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Fri Jul 04, 2014

Blaze

Encouraging your local MP to vote for marriage equality

Key national marriage equality advocates will spend three days in Geelong and Colac in Victoria talking to civic and business leaders, marriage equality supporters and the general public about the importance of lobbying their local member to vote for marriage equality.

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Thu Jul 03, 2014

ABC News

Outgoing mining boss fears exploration "hiatus" could threaten rural jobs

The outgoing boss of a mining company exploring near Broken Hill is warning an industry shortfall looms if new exploration ventures lag.

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Wed Jul 02, 2014

NEWS.com.au

Pro Hart painting stolen from Broken Hill

A PRO Hart painting worth $20,000 has disappeared from a business safe in the NSW outback town of Broken Hill.

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Mon Jun 30, 2014

Canberra City News

Heeding history: will Clive and his senators last the distance?

A soldier, an engineer and a rugby league player walk into federal parliament. It sounds like the opening line of a bawdy joke, or the premise of a reality TV show.

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Sun Jun 22, 2014

Narooma News

Quota International conference gets rave reviews

CONFERENCE WELCOME: Governor Lorraine Perry and Margaret Saker greet State Member Andrew Constance and his partner Jennifer Clarke at the Quota conference.

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Fri Jun 20, 2014

ABC News

Goats helping farmers turn profits in dry areas

The humble goat, an animal that has long been seen predominantly as a pest, is helping farmers turn a profit even in some of the country's most arid areas.

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Tue Jun 17, 2014

ABC News

Dry lake bed makes hay while the sun shines

Andy McLeod has been raising sheep, cattle and goats on Coombah Station, in far west New South Wales for the last 30 years.

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Paddock Talk

SeaLake Rollercoaster of Narva Racing

Mick Magher and Daniel Hose rode the rollercoaster only offroad racing can deliver in the #882 Narva Racing GU Patrol over the Queens Birthday long weekend in June.

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Mon Jun 16, 2014

Central Western Daily

Orange apprentices top of the class

FIVE Orange apprentices were recognised for their achievements at the 2014 Western NSW Region Training Awards at Orange Ex-Services Club on Friday night.

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Fri Jun 13, 2014

Northern Territory News

Jacki weaves her spell on Darwin

Two-time Oscar nominee Jacki Weaver on location at East Point Reserve for the filming of Last Cab to Darwin TWO-TIME Oscar nominee and multiple award winner Jacki Weaver has brought some heavy-duty star power to town to play a doctor in feature film Last Cab to Darwin.

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Wed Jun 11, 2014

PhysOrg Weblog

Procrastination on public health goals is endangering children, experts warn

Although Australia continues to be a world leader in lead metal mining, smelting and processing, international scientists have raised urgent concerns in a new Environment International paper about a lack of understanding on the hazards of these operations.

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