Cairns, Australia Newswire (Page 4)

Cairns, Australia Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. Liberal member of parliament for Leichhardt, Warren Entsch. Photo: APRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | South China Morning Post

    As a self-described straight crocodile hunter from the country's rugged and socially conservative far north, Australian lawmaker Warren Entsch doesn't fit many people's mould of a gay-rights activist. But if results of a nationwide postal survey this week reveal that most Australians want same-sex marriage legalised, it is Entsch - from the country's leading conservative party, no less - who plans to introduce legislation that could make it a reality as early as December.

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  2. Brisbane topple CairnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | The Mercury

    Chris Patton of the Taipans drives past Perrin Buford of the Bullets during the Round 6 NBL game between the Brisbane Bullets and the Cairns Taipans at Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, Queensland, Sunday, November 12, 2017. THE Cairns Taipans fell short in their comeback on Sunday afternoon against the Brisbane Bullets, going down by eight points.

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  3. Australia's croc hunter is unlikely gay-rights championRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | WRAL.com

    But if results of a nationwide postal survey this week reveal that most Australians want same-sex marriage legalized, it is Entsch - from the country's leading conservative party, no less - who plans to introduce legislation that could make it a reality as soon as December. Entsch, 67, emerged as an unlikely champion for gay rights back in 2004, when he complained that the government had amended federal laws to make clear that marriage exists only between a man and a woman.

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  4. Two teens charged after car allegedly driven on wrong side of Bruce HighwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Three people, including two teenagers, have been charged after a stolen car was driven on the wrong side of the Bruce Highway in north Queensland on Saturday, according to police. It will be alleged a Toyota ute was stolen about 10am from Bramston Beach in the Cairns region, before police managed to hit it with stingers about 11.30pm in Bentley Park, about 70 kilometres north of the alleged theft.

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  5. Tonga stuns NZ to top Pool B, Samoa through after drawRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 11 | Fiji Times

    The all-star Tongan outfit has thrown the World Cup into the air with a brilliant 28-22 win over New Zealand in Waikato yesterday. We still have two games to go, Scotland-Samoa and Australia-Lebanon, but this was the match of the tournament, the game of a lifetime.

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  6. Ashes 2017-18: The perils of touring Australia as an England playerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | BBC News

    Historically, England's cricketers have never had an easy time when they've pitched up in Australia. Everything - and everybody - is against them.

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  7. All the campaign hype as the Queensland election hits the halfway markRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | ABC News

    For a while this week it looked as though LNP leader Tim Nicholls was going to emulate former Queensland Labor premier and political stunt-master Peter Beattie and swim with sharks for the cameras. In the end, he fell short of the Beattie benchmark.

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  8. The Traveler: Is luxury travel a great value?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | The Delaware Gazette

    ... if you can dream it (and afford it) the experience is available to you. Want to raft in the rain forest in Cairns, Australia, do a triathlon in Dubrovnik, Croatia, take a cooking lesson at a Michelin-starred restaurant in Sorrento, or help at a ...

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  9. Sunken trawler survivor details 'horrible journey', pays tribute to missing 'brothers'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | Sydney Morning Herald

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  10. Trawler Dianne survivor Ruben McDornan speaks of heartbreak over lost matesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | ABC News

    The sole survivor of a trawler that capsized off the Queensland coast has opened up publicly for the first time, posting an emotional tribute to his six lost crewmates on social media. The bodies of crewmates Adam Hoffman and Ben Leahy were found in the sunken boat by divers about two to three nautical miles off Round Hill Headland, near Seventeen Seventy, after days of searching in dangerous seas.

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  11. Warrington-born trio look to help Ireland spoil PNG partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 2 | Warrington Guardian

    ... for game two of their Rugby League World Cup. They made history in Ireland's win against Italy in Cairns, Australia, at the weekend - the first time three players hailing from Warrington appeared in the same team for a World Cup game - but now they, ...

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  12. Toa Samoa vs. Mate Ma`a Toga: Where we are going wrong?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 2 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    ... winning the 2017 Rugby League World Cup match between Scotland and Tonga at Barlow Park on October 29 in Cairns, Australia. In Samoan culture, sports is known as fa'agatama. Aga meaning 'conduct', tama referring to 'men'. Any support group of a ...

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  13. LNP promises new Queensland damsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 2 | The Mercury

    The LNP has promised to build three new dams to help drought-proof Queensland in its latest pitch for regional votes. The LNP will detail a $1.3 billion plan to help drought-proof Queensland, including building new dams, as Tim Nicholls continues campaigning for votes in the state's north.

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  14. Pat Shingleton: "The Origin of 'Honeymoon' and Mom's Bread..."Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 1 | WBRZ

    ... experienced six natural disasters that began with a major snowstorm in Munich, followed by a cyclone in Cairns, Australia, and catastrophic flooding in Brisbane. When they arrived in New Zealand a magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck. The Sandstorms' ...

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  15. Highlights of Australia's East CoastRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 2 | Pique News Magazine

    Australia continues to attract many visitors because of its animals, lifestyle and sunshine but just about all are surprised at its size. Australia is nearly as large as Canada, so don't expect to be able to see the whole country in one visit unless you are planning on a three-month vacation or a two-year working holiday.

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  16. Under-16s in Townsville face curfew if LNP winsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 1 | ABC News

    A curfew will be trialled for children under the age of 16 in Townsville, and welfare payments could be frozen for parents whose children are in detention, under a radical LNP plan to curb youth crime in the north Queensland city. Opposition Leader Tim Nicholls is outlining the dramatic pitch for law and order votes today as he hosts a crime forum in Townsville, in his first election foray outside the state's south east.

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  17. LNP gets tough on north Qld law and orderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 1 | NEWS.com.au

    The Liberal National Party is targeting law-and-order issues in north Queensland to show it will crack down on rising crime rates if it wins the November 25 state election. A police helicopter based in Townsville, a 12-month trial giving officers greater powers during pursuits and a controversial child curfew trial have been promised.

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  18. Meet Weika, the 'inspiration' helping young Indigenous men forge careers and cultural identitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 1 | Australian Broadcasting Corporation

    Many Australians start their work day by putting on a uniform or a name tag, but Phillip Napoleon Oui's first task is to cover his face and body with paint. His name might sound like that of a French military leader, however Phillip prefers to be known by his totem name Weika, which means quiet one in the Djabugay language.

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  19. Anna HartleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2017 | Australian Broadcasting Corporation

    Anna Hartley is a multiplatform journalist reporting for ABC Far North with a passion for storytelling in all its forms. Follow her on Twitter at @Anna_Hartley1 .

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  20. Erin Holland flaunts her trim pins in strapless mini dressRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 1 | Daily Mail

    Legs eleven! Erin Holland flaunts her trim pins in a strapless mini dress as she attends the Sunglass Hut bash in Sydney The 28-year-old model, actress and singer stepped out in a blue polka dot mini dress in Sydney on Wednesday. Legs eleven! Erin Holland flaunts her trim pins in a strapless mini dress as she attends the Sunglass Hut bash in Sydney Picture perfect: Erin had her short locks out and over her shoulders, and she wore makeup including a taupe lip and a smokey eye Erin had her short locks out and over her shoulders, and she wore makeup including a taupe lip and a smokey eye.

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