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  1. Police probe construction firm after 23-year-old woman accused...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Lasers reveal what taste LOOKS like: Live imaging of the tongue shows buds reacting to flavours for the first time A 23-year-old woman accused 'wolf-whistling' builders of sexual harassment and reported them to police because she said it made her walk to work an 'awful experience'. Poppy Smart claimed the workmen also made disrespectful comments towards her as she walked past the building site and compared the wolf-whistling to racial discrimination.

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  2. WA Anzac fleet port city remembers Australia's war deadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | ABC News

    It was the last glimpse tens of thousands of young Australians had of their country before setting off to face the bloody theatre of war. And now the people of Western Australia's historic port town of Albany have paused to remember those who never came home again.

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  3. Australians pay their respects at Anzac Day dawn ceremoniesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | Daily Mail

    LEST WE FORGET: Thousands of Australians attend Anzac Day dawn ceremonies across the country to mark 100 years since the Gallipoli landings While the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey prepares to receive more than 10,000 people to it's shores on Anzac Day, around Australia dawn services are being held with proud Aussies paying respects in record numbers on the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landing in a sign of unity and honour. Since 1915, Anzac Day has been marked with ceremonies of remembrance to pay tribute to the 50,000 Australians and New Zealanders who fought on the shores of Turkey, and on Saturday special centenary celebrations will mark the sacrifice and valour of these fallen soldiers.

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  4. Thousands gather for dawn servicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | NEWS.com.au

    A BRITISH boy aged just 14 will stand trial by September for his part in an alleged plot to behead a cop at Melbourne's Anzac Day commemorations. THIS is the incredible story of Len Jackson, probably the youngest Australian to sign up in WWI and the family who helped him survive.

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  5. Anzac Night: memories, mates and memorials from the Gallipoli killing fieldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | Sydney Morning Herald

    On November 1, 1914, when the young soldiers from all round Australia and New Zealand set sail from Albany, Western Australia, in a great naval flotilla, they did not know where they were going or who they were about to fight. "God, King and Country" featured heavily in the recruitment calls.

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  6. Centenary of the first Anzac Day marked in St AlbansRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Stalbans Review

    St Paul's Church hosted the service for Australian and New Zealand citizens, many of whom came to the city for medical treatment during WWI and are buried in the Hatfield Road cemetery. "It also saw incredible acts of heroism and bravery in nearly every corner of the world.

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  7. Teen charged with servo knife rob spreeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | NEWS.com.au

    UPDATE: PREMIER Colin Barnett has been accused of using WA's financial assistance to Victoria during tragic bushfires to leverage more GST cash. THIS is the first photograph the world has seen of Stephanie Scott's accused killer Vincent Stanford as his former father figure reveals details of his past.

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  8. Beijing hopes European film buff will raise festival profileRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Breckenridge American

    The veteran European festival chief that Beijing hopes will raise the profile of its annual film event says his passion for movies stems from trips to China that started during the Cultural Revolution. Marco Mueller's latest of more than 100 trips to China is as general adviser to the fifth Beijing International Film Festival that opens Thursday.

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  9. Shorten confident he earned leadershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | NEWS.com.au

    A NEIGHBOUR across the road from the canal said he saw a man dump an item in the water on Monday afternoon, a day after Leeton school teacher Stephanie Scott went missing. Police divers have been scouring the water this morning and have recovered a laptop.

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  10. Prince's surprise community visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | NEWS.com.au

    A NEIGHBOUR across the road from the canal said he saw a man dump an item in the water on Monday afternoon, a day after Leeton school teacher Stephanie Scott went missing. Police divers have been scouring the water this morning and have recovered a laptop.

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  11. Benaud offered state funeralRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | NEWS.com.au

    A NEIGHBOUR across the road from the canal said he saw a man dump an item in the water on Monday afternoon, a day after Leeton school teacher Stephanie Scott went missing. Police divers have been scouring the water this morning and have recovered a laptop.

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  12. 50 votes that could end ShortenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | NEWS.com.au

    A NEIGHBOUR across the road from the canal said he saw a man dump an item in the water on Monday afternoon, a day after Leeton school teacher Stephanie Scott went missing. Police divers have been scouring the water this morning and have recovered a laptop.

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  13. Synthetic pot 'causes paranoia'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | NEWS.com.au

    A 55-YEAR-OLD man was found slumped dead on a Brisbane property after a fight with a neighbour that may have been caused by loud music. BILL Shorten has shot down calls from senior Labor ranks for an investigation into the 2013 vote that led to him winning leadership over Anthony Albanese.

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  14. Cyclone dumps on WA - and more to comeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | NEWS.com.au

    A NEIGHBOUR across the road from the canal said he saw a man dump an item in the water on Monday afternoon, a day after Leeton school teacher Stephanie Scott went missing. Police divers have been scouring the water this morning and have recovered a laptop.

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  15. 95-metre trawler approved to fishRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 8 | The Hamilton Spectator

    THE Geelong Star, a large trawler which will target bait fish, has been given the green light by the Commonwealth Government to start fishing in southern Australian water, including off Portland. Last week officers from the Australian Fisheries Management Authority met and inspected the 95-metre long trawler operated by Seafish Tasmania Pty Ltd, upon its arrival into the port of Albany, Western Australia.

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  16. Bravery award winning bomber pilot Eric Maxton diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 6 | ABC News

    Eric and his brother Murray flew more than 30 missions over Nazi Germany, the only brothers allowed to fly together in Australian combat aircraft. Last year the brothers, who lived in Albany on Western Australia's south coast, were awarded France's Legion Of Honour by the French defence minister for their bravery during the D-Day operations to liberate France.

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  17. Radlett batsman Robinson receives England call-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Watford Observer

    Radlett batsman David Robinson has been selected to play for England during the over-60 series against Australia this summer. Robinson's heavy scoring for Hertfordshire's veterans in 2014 persuaded the selectors to give him his England debut after he turns 60 in time for the match against the touring Australians at Halstead on June 21. Robinson, of Hillside Road, has remained a heavy run-scorer in his 30 years at Cobden Hill, dropping down to the third team in recent seasons.

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  18. Largest fish trawler Geelong Star arrives in Australian watersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 1 | The Age

    The controversial Dutch-owned factory freezer trawler Geelong Star has arrived in Australia and been given initial Federal Government approval to fish, despite concerted opposition. Geelong Star would be the largest trawler to fish in Australian waters, after a bigger sister ship, the Margiris, was banned in the 2012 supertrawler controversy.

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  19. Former Labor minister Martin Ferguson facing expulsion from LaborRead the original story

    Monday Mar 30 | ABC News

    MICHAEL BRISSENDEN: Fallout from last weekend's New South Wales election continues within the Labor Party, with some still seething over the disloyal views of one of their own. Senior Labor figures have even called for the former ACTU chief and long time Labor minister Martin Ferguson to be expelled from the party for his outspoken support for the Liberal's key election policy to privatise the electricity network.

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  20. Cricket World Cup: 'How thirsty are you?' Social media reacts to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 29 | The Age

    Australia has won their fifth Cricket World Cup, but Shane Warne's interogation of winning players about their post-match drinking plans has caused a stir and generated some laughs on social media. Warne, who won a World Cup for Australia in 1999, asked members of the victorious Australian squad on three occasions whether a night on the cans would be on the cards.

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