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3 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald
Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik and his wife Princess Mary are accompanied by Australia's Govenor-General Michael Jeffery and his wife, Marlena , as they look at kangaroos during a walk in the grounds of the Government House in Canberra March 9, 2005.
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Dressed in dark blue shorts, a striped blue-collared shirt, dark socks and shoes, and wriggling in his mum's arms, he made his much anticipated Australian debut on day five of the Cambridges' visit.
Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, and her husband Britain's Prince William arrive at Sydney's St Andrew's Cathedral.
SOUTH Australia's cruise boom hits new heights this week with a record four calls by a P&O Cruises' ship expected to leave about $1 million in its wake.
The Scotch egg is a delicious staple of British pub food. Traditionally, it consists of a hard boiled egg wrapped in sausage crumbs, then deep fried.
BIG TIME: Lisa Fothergill and Luke Thornborough are the creators of Jess, which has been accepted into the Cannes International Film Festival Short Film Corner.
A QUEENSLAND police officer has been seriously injured after being struck by a motorbike, before the rider allegedly fled the scene.
Art dealer Trish Clark has a quick answer when asked if opening a new gallery is a sign of confidence in the economy.
It is conceivable that one day, the Labour Party's plan to ban trucks from the fast lane on three- and four-lane motorways will be implemented.
AFTER weeks of huge auction campaigns only a few sellers will test the property market over the Easter long weekend.
Hanifi Araz, a big man from the city of Canakkale across the Dardanelles from the Gallipoli Peninsula, saw the future in the early 1980s, and he wanted to be part of it.
There may be only few kilometres separating the residents of northern Sydney from the central coast but their lifespans are strikingly different.
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POLICE want to speak with a French woman who may have seen tourist Aurelie Lhorme two days before her death on SA's West Coast.
Ribblesdale School reunion held at The Empoirum in Clitheroe, with guests who had flown in from Australia to meet old classmates.
An Indian transgender resident dances with others at an event to celebrate the Supreme Court judgement in Mumbai recognizing the "third-gender".