Brisbane, Australia Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. 'Coming soon: BrewDog Australia': Craft brewer sets out Aussie brewery plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | BeverageDaily

    The company is looking at two areas on the country's east coast: the harbor city of Newcastle in New South Wales; and the Queensland capital Brisbane. "We love the vibe of these cities and think either would be perfect for a BrewDog brewery/brewpub," says the brewery as it announced the plans.

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  2. Sophomore Summer Q&A: Gemma BautistaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dartmouth Big Green

    ... the field hockey team is the featured student-athlete of this installment. Bautista came to Hanover from Brisbane, Australia, where she was an accomplished player at St. Rita's College and with Northern Suburbs Hockey Club with which she won the ...

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  3. Canberra Raiders forward Dave Taylor set for new adventure with Toronto WolfpackRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Dave Taylor is poised to lend his weight to the ambitions of the Toronto Wolfpack to qualify for and ultimately win the English Super League, with the giant former State of Origin forward likely to make Canada his home next year. Taylor, 29, will leave Canberra at the end of the season after only being offered another one-year contract by the Raiders.

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  4. Imaginary suburb on 'flawed' funding assessment of Cross River Rail planRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    Infrastructure Australia has panned the proposed Cross River Rail plan, saying the costs of the project are likely to exceed the benefit. The federal funding body has left Brisbane's planned 10.2-kilometre tunnel off its priority list, however its document contains several mistakes.

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  5. 'Uber for bikes': Coast seeks bike-share scheme, Brisbane sticks with CityCycleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    An app-run bike share scheme that removes the needs for docks and allows riders to leave the bike wherever they finish is on the cards for Queensland. On Wednesday, Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate announced that he wanted to dockless bikes, that would be be "better" than Brisbane's seven-year-old CityCyle scheme, to the Gold Coast.

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  6. Mamma mia! Inside the complex process of gaining Italian citizenshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Liberal National Party senator Matt Canavan's resignation from cabinet has sparked intense interest in how Australians can acquire Italian citizenship. Here's a look at the key issues involved.

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  7. T&T netballers out Commonwealth GamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trinidad Guardian

    It has been confirmed; T&T'S senior national netball team dubbed the "Calypso Girls" will miss the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games to be held in Brisbane, Australia next year. All of the top 12 ranked teams on the INF ranking list as of July 1, earned places at the Games.

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  8. Grattan / Nationals' Matt Canavan quits as resources minister in latest citizenship blowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Canberra City News

    QUEENSLAND LNP senator Matt Canavan has resigned as the minister for resources and northern Australia after being told by the Italian embassy that he is an Italian citizen. But unlike two Greens senators who immediately quit parliament after discovering their dual citizenship, he is not resigning from the Senate but waiting for the High Court to make a judgment about his status.

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  9. 'Coming soon: BrewDog Australia': Craft brewer sets out Aussie brewery plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | BeverageDaily

    The company is looking at two areas on the country's east coast: the harbor city of Newcastle in New South Wales; and the Queensland capital Brisbane. "We love the vibe of these cities and think either would be perfect for a BrewDog brewery/brewpub," says the brewery as it announced the plans.

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  10. Scots-born Queensland chief scientists forced to step aside after being charged with 27,000 fraudRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Sunday Herald

    AN Australian state's Scots-born chief scientist has been forced to step aside from her post after she was charged with a fraudulent private health insurance benefit totalling A 27,400. Professor Suzanne Miller, 52, who is originally from Edinburgh , has also had to surrender her Australian and UK passport after she was alleged to have claimed the $45,000 using the private health insurance of the Queensland Museum.

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  11. Australia's biggest war games with US wraps up in BrisbaneRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ABC News

    Robert B. Brown had a wry smile on his face as he stood before a group of reporters and paraphrased a famous George Washington quote. Given he was standing on an aircraft carrier flight deck in the Port of Brisbane, surrounded by helicopters and fighter planes, perhaps he did not need to.

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  12. Mamma Mia - Minister blames mum for citizenship bungleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Yahoo!

    The dual citizenship fiasco rocking Federal Parliament has claimed a Cabinet minister after Resources Minister Matt Canavan discovered his mother had applied for him to become an Italian citizen. In a shock announcement yesterday, the Queensland senator said he would step down from Cabinet while his status as an unwitting dual citizen was investigated, saying the change made by the Italian government in 2007, when he was 25, could have been unlawful.

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  13. Digital Media Offers a Revolutionary Route to Governance Reform in Developing CountriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | PR Log

    BRISBANE, Australia - July 25, 2017 - PRLog -- Developing countries could benefit from a more collaborative approach to governance reform driven by digital technology PFMConnect's David Fellows suggests in a recent blog. Governance of public affairs is an extensive subject, including the processes by which decisions are made, the means by which service performance is assessed, the standards of behaviour to which public servants are held, the transparency applied to government administration and the extent to which ordinary citizens are engaged in policy-making.

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  14. Australian Cabinet Minister Resigns Over Italian CitizenshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 19, 2016 | The Atlantic

    Australia's resources minister resigned Tuesday from the Cabinet because of his dual citizenship, the third high-profile departure over the issue in recent weeks. Matt Canavan said he had only learned of his citizenship of Italy recently when his mother, who, he said, had applied for Italian citizenship for him without his knowledge in January 2007, "raised the possibility."

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  15. Australia minister quits Cabinet because he might be ItalianRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Fredericksburg.com

    An Australian government minister quit the Cabinet on Tuesday after his mother told him he might be Italian and therefore ineligible to be a lawmaker. Resources Minister Matt Canavan's shock announcement that the Italian government lists him a citizen followed the resignations this month of two senators who discovered days apart that they had technically never been elected because there were dual citizens.

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  16. Australian minister quits cabinet because he might be ItalianRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Globe and Mail

    Matt Canavan , Australia's Minister for Resources and Northern Australia, stands with elected officials as they pose for an official photograph after a swearing in ceremony in Canberra, Australia July 19, 2016. Matt Canavan , Australia's Minister for Resources and Northern Australia, stands with elected officials as they pose for an official photograph after a swearing in ceremony in Canberra, Australia July 19, 2016.

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  17. BrewDog exploring options for first Australian breweryRead the original story

    Tuesday | Scotsman.com

    Fresh from appointing a managing director for its US arm, craft beer maker BrewDog has named its "top dog" for Australia as it eyes possible sites for its first brewery Down Under. Zarah Prior, who previously held the role of "head of people" at the Aberdeenshire-based firm, has been tasked with identifying locations for its new production facility.

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  18. Monthlong Talisman Saber drills conclude with ceremony aboard USS Ronald ReaganRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Stars and Stripes

    U.S. and Australian forces wrapped up their largest joint, biennial war games Tuesday during a ceremony aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan near Brisbane. The monthlong Talisman Saber drills involved more than 33,000 troops, 26 ships and 200 aircraft taking part in "high-end warfighting scenarios" to "innovatively prepare for regional and global security challenges," the Navy said before the exercise kicked off aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard near Sydney on June 29. Coalition forces - including Canadian, Japanese and New Zealand troops - then spent the next month battling a free-thinking, unencumbered and fast-moving foe modeled after China and Russia.

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  19. Section 44 claims Matt Canavan a but via the High Court?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Crikey

    Another politician has fallen foul of s44 of the constitution -- although because it's a minister, the government will race to the High Court to try to save him. Resources Minister and Queensland Liberal National Party senator Matt Canavan has resigned from cabinet after discovering he may hold dual Italian citizenship, potentially rendering him ineligible to hold office under s44 of the constitution.

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  20. Senator Matt Canavan caught up in dual citizenshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Mail

    'She doesn't know what happened': Devastated parents of girl, 18, who live-streamed car crash which left her 14-year-old sister dead say it's ruined their lives and the older daughter needs help The Uber ride from hell: Horrified passenger films 'intoxicated prostitute in the front seat performing oral sex on driver - and all company did was offer $10 credit' He's sprung a leak! Donald Trump appears to confirm the existence of a classified CIA operation in Syria in late night Twitter rant about the 'Amazon Washington Post' John McCain to return to Senate on Tuesday for crucial Obamacare vote just days after announcing he has brain cancer Last orca born in captivity at SeaWorld dies aged just three months old after the amusement park ended its breeding program last year San Diego English teacher refuses to answer whether she is American to border patrol and is held for more than an hour ... (more)

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