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1 hr ago | Fiji Times
NEMANI Nadolo's thick Australian accent is just one telltale sign the New South Wales Waratahs' decision to let the rampaging winger slip through their fingers could come back to haunt them tonight .
5 hrs ago | Newkerala.com
Robin Gibb's last song 'Sydney' will be released in September from a new album compiled by his wife and son, it has been revealed.
8 hrs ago | The Daily Record
BALDING breakdancer Ashur Shimon, from Lebanon, rips off shirt inside ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia, revealing hairy body and some blistering moves.
9 hrs ago | Surfing News
Phyllis O'Donnell, the first ever ISA women's world surfing champion, has been inducted into the Surfing Walk of Fame, in Huntington Beach, California.
10 hrs ago | ABC News
For the last three years, dozens of Irish and British conmen have been fleecing tens of thousands of dollars from Australians.
Thursday, 24 July 2014 SYDNEY: The Armenian Revolutionary Federation is celebrating 50 years of operations in Australia in 2014, and to launch celebrations, the organisation has revealed its Anniversary logo.
Kurt Fearnley leads the T54 1500m race before being swamped by his great rival David Weir of England.
In this file photo, former U.S. President Bill Clinton speaks with the media during a press conference September 12, 2001 outside the entrance to the Sheraton Mirage Hotel in Sydney, Australia on the day after terrorist attacks on the United States.
There may be more to come: according to the 2014 Software & SaaS Financial Benchmarking Report from the Software & Information Industry Association, public and private organizations are focusing on investment in order to prepare for further growth.
Lorde gets 'Mockingjay' single The 17-year-old singer-songwriter will also curate the film's companion album.
The Toronto police board is open to breaking with tradition and hiring a chief from outside, chair Alok Mukherjee indicated while discussing the civilian body's decision not to renew Chief Bill Blair's contract.
Of course, city dwellers, tourists and others don't know that. And for those pedestrians, especially around popular spots, pecking at the little buttons is like pushing an already lit elevator switch.
ELEANOR HALL: A Perth judge has told a court he was "almost speechless with rage" this week, when he had to abort a trial because a juror obtained information about the case outside the courtroom.
People say that Rivers takes her jokes way too far , and that she simply stirs up controversy and hurls insults to stay relevant.
A detailed study of Australian baby and infant deaths by region has shown high socio-economic status and distance from hospitals is not always a guarantee of better survival rates.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 04:04 pm
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