Cairns, Australia Newswire (Page 11)

Cairns, Australia Newswire (Page 11)

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  1. Bloc Against Islam withdraws from agreement with Dawn partyRead the original story

    Apr 24, 2016 | Radio Prague

    ... mountain bike racer KateA ina Nash finished 10th in the opening World Cup race of the season in Cairns, Australia. The men's bronze medalist from last year, OndA ej Cink, finished 38th. Parts of the Czech Republic, including higher areas in the ...

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  2. Hockey club Liberec crowned Extraliga championsRead the original story

    Apr 24, 2016 | Radio Prague

    ... mountain bike racer KateA ina Nash finished 10th in the opening World Cup race of the season in Cairns, Australia. The men's bronze medalist from last year, OndA ej Cink, finished 38th. Parts of the Czech Republic, including higher areas in the ...

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  3. Ad Hoc Group considering insolvency procedures for hard coal mining company OKDRead the original story

    Apr 24, 2016 | Radio Prague

    ... ss-country mountain bike racer KateA ina Nash finished 10th in the opening World Cup race of the season in Cairns, Australia. The men's bronze medalist from last year, OndA ej Cink, finished 38th. Parts of the Czech

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  4. Hockey club Liberec win in second OT to be crowned Extraliga championsRead the original story

    Apr 23, 2016 | Radio Prague

    ... mountain bike racer KateA ina Nash finished 10th in the opening World Cup race of the season in Cairns, Australia. The men's bronze medalist from last year, OndA ej Cink, finished 38th. Parts of the Czech Republic, including higher areas in the ...

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  5. Senior police officer back at work after driveway deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2016 | ABC News

    A senior police officer has returned to work, months after he was suspended after running over and killing a man in Cairns. Police Commissioner Ian Stewart said an independent review of the Ethical Standards Command investigation had been conducted by Queensland Police Service senior executive officers and the report was currently being considered by the state coroner.

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  6. Qld cop back at work after driveway deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2016 | The Mercury

    A senior Queensland police officer who ran over and killed a man believed to be lying in the driveway of a Cairns police station is returning to work. Northern Region Assistant Commissioner Paul Taylor stepped aside from his role two months ago following the incident, which resulted in the death of Longreach butcher Ryan Savage, 37. Mr Taylor was arriving at work in the early hours of February 15 when he drove over the father of two in the carpark driveway.

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  7. Queensland police officer back at work after road deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2016 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Queensland Police Northern Region Assistant Commissioner Paul Taylor was at the wheel of a car that ran over a man outside the Cairns police station. A senior Queensland police officer who ran over and killed a man believed to be lying in the driveway of a Cairns police station is returning to work.

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  8. the great barrier bleach...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 16, 2016 | Your Democracy

    Currently, a catastrophe is unfolding on the Great Barrier Reef the biggest single living structure on Earth and one of the world's natural wonders. From Cairns to the Torres Strait, vast ribbons of once-colourful reef are now ghostly white .

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  9. Homeowners ran for cover after wild cassowary wandered into their living roomRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 16, 2016 | Nothing To Do With Arbroath

    A wild cassowary wandered into a family home in far north Queensland, Australia, sending its occupants running for cover. Sue and Peter Leach said they were preparing dinner when a male cassowary wandered into their home at Wongaling Beach, south of Cairns.

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  10. Toby Stewart to compete at mountain bike world cupRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2016 | Bega District News

    One of the Bega Valley's young mountain bikers has been given the chance to compete alongside the world's best. RIDE HARD: Toby Stewart of Pambula has been accepted as a wild card entry into the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in Cairns.

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  11. Ravenshoe cafe explosion victims open up on the man who caused incidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Wife of murdered ex-Saints player Will Smith views his casket in a wheelchair as she is seen for the first time since being shot in both legs during row that left her husband dead The incredible shrinking cities: Startling study reveals the areas that are losing more residents than ever before - and those that are growing the quickest 'We're gonna lose every f****** station we have': Conservative talk show host Laura Ingraham turns the air blue as she drops f-bomb live during technical difficulties Married female 'tiger whisperer', 38, is mauled to death by one of her big cats while she prepared for a visitor presentation at Palm Beach Zoo 'I lay there with gel on my bare stomach and started to sob - loud, ugly sobs of "No, no, no"': Mom shares heartbreaking account of the moment she miscarried her daughter Tennessee mother 'left her 14-month-old daughter wearing a coat in a 100-degree ... (more)

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  12. 3 mins ABC Open: Makers And CreatorsBehind the shield of artist Paul Bong, Mirriwinni, QLDRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2016 | Australian Broadcasting Corporation

    Paul Bong is an Indigenous artist living outside Cairns in Far North Queensland. He was a successful printmaker as a young man but took a break to raise a family. Now he's back making art! This episode was published 1 day ago and is available until 2:05am on 15 May 2016. File size 16 MB

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  13. Country Hour for Friday 15 April, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2016 | ABC News

    The Federal Government has announced it wants to appoint a special liquidator to chase down the money needed to pay for Queensland Nickel worker entitlements. In a world first, Australia's live cattle export industry is monitoring stock in Vietnam feedlots and abattoirs using closed circuit television cameras.

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  14. Dangerous cassowary takes 'wrong turn' into family home in AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2016 | CBC News

    Sue and Peter Leach said they were preparing dinner when a male cassowary wandered into their home at Wongaling Beach, south of Cairns, in northeast Australia. A wild cassowary - one of the world's most dangerous birds - wandered into a family home in northeast Australia recently, sending its occupants running for cover.

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  15. Massive swordfish caught off Tasmania 'a sign they're here to stay'Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2016 | ABC News

    Several enormous specimens have been sighted and tagged in recent days, including the possible record catch hooked off St Helens in the state's north east on Tuesday. It was among a record number of the broadbill species appearing in Tasmanian waters and is being attributed to a warming of the ocean as the East Australian Current drifts southwards as far as the Tasman Peninsula.

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  16. Dam's low level sinks irrigators' water allocationRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2016 | ABC News

    Irrigators in far north Queensland face the prospect of savage cuts to their water allocation as Tinaroo Falls Dam, 100 kilometres inland of Cairns, slips to below 60 per cent capacity. About 1,000 farmers draw water from the Mareeba-Dimbulah irrigation scheme, which covers 17,000 hectares and is considered the far north's major food bowl with sugar cane, bananas, avocados, potatoes, peanuts and other mixed cropping.

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  17. Cassowary 'takes wrong turn' into Queensland family homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2016 | ABC News

    Sue and Peter Leach said they were preparing dinner when a male cassowary wandered into their home at Wongaling Beach, south of Cairns. "He has been walking past our place, through our yard and into the rainforest for almost four years now - I think he made a wrong turn," Mrs Leach said, adding that they had named the cassowary Peanut.

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  18. Queensland Positive People launches Life+, a new peer navigation programRead the original story

    Apr 15, 2016 | Sydney Star Observer

    QUEENSLAND Positive People is rolling out its new Life+ peer navigation program funded by Queensland Health over the next few months. QPP president Mark Counter told Star Observer it was the first Australian organisation employing their our own treatment officers to sit with clients and assist with various referrals like alcohol, drug, homelessness or mental health pathways - rather than have these services being delivered by either government services or public health officials.

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  19. Townsville Crocodiles will not field an NBL team in 2016/17Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2016 | ABC News

    The Townsville Crocodiles will not be a part of the NBL in 2016/17 after club directors withdrew from the competition due to financial issues. NBL general manager Jeremy Loeliger said, while it was disappointing to see another club fold, the league had a responsibility to ensure NBL teams were commercially sustainable.

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  20. Extradition ordered for James Russouw's suspected killerRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2016 | ABC News

    A man arrested in north Queensland over a murder in Victoria eight years ago will be extradited to Melbourne this afternoon. Christopher John Lavery, 30, appeared in the Cairns Magistrates Court this morning, where he was ordered to accompany Victorian detectives on a flight to Melbourne to face a murder charge.

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