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  1. Scout leader resigns after urging parents to vote 'no' to marriage equalityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 11 | Sydney Morning Herald

    A local scout leader has resigned after sending an email to shocked parents telling them to vote 'no' in the upcoming same-sex marriage postal survey. Fred Merlo, leader of the Kilmore scout group in central Victoria, sent the email to about 50 families, telling them that changing the Marriage Act would have significant consequences for children.

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  2. Wild winds on the way | Video, RadarRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 3 | Bendigo Advertiser

    UPDATE 3.20pm: Bendigo Advertiser reader Chris Symons shared a video of snow falling at Musk Vale, south of Daylesford, on Monday afternoon. UPDATE 2.40pm: There are reports of snow in the Macedon Ranges and surrounding areas, including Mount Macedon, Trentham, Kyneton and Kilmore, among others.

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  3. Volunteers united in quest for successRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 1 | The Mercury

    Netballer Holly Booth and footy legend Brad "Joffa" Alexander are the People's Choice finalists in the Swisse Best Off Ground promotion. Picture: Ian Currie Netballer Holly Booth and footy legend Brad "Joffa" Alexander spend almost their entire weekends at the club grounds juggling a variety of much-needed tasks.

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  4. Melbourne weather: Big chill brings snow to Daylesford, Macedon RangesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2017 | The Age

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  5. Top filly all clear for rich featureRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2017 | The Courier

    Burrumbeet filly Petacular has been given the all-clear to start in a group 1 $120,000 Vicbred Super Series final at Melton trots on Saturday night. Champion filly Petacular has been given the all-clear to start in a group 1 $120,000 Vicbred Super Series final at Melton trots on Saturday night.

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  6. Bark traits, decomposition and flammability of Australian forest treesRead the original story

    Jul 4, 2017 | CSIRO Publishing

    Saskia Grootemaat A D , Ian J. Wright A , Peter M. van Bodegom B , Johannes H. C. Cornelissen C and Veronica Shaw A Australian Journal of Botany - https://doi.org/10.1071/BT16258 Submitted: 16 December 2016 Accepted: 10 May 2017 Published online: 4 July 2017 Bark shedding is a remarkable feature of Australian trees, yet relatively little is known about interspecific differences in bark decomposability and flammability, or what chemical or physical traits drive variation in these properties. We measured the decomposition rate and flammability of bark from 10 common forest tree species, and quantified correlations with potentially important traits.

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  7. Police arrest man in Wallan after alleged assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2017 | Bendigo Advertiser

    Police have followed a man for more than 100 kilometres through central Victoria, before taking him into custody south of Kilmore this morning. A Victoria Police spokeswoman said officers pursued the man from Elmore to Wallan, where he was arrested as part of an investigation into an alleged assault in Melbourne's north on Monday.

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  8. State budget: Small items reveal big plans for busiest roads and stationsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2017 | The Age

    It's often the smallest line items in the budget that are the most revealing about the government's aspirations for projects it likes but which are still a bit too underdone to merit commitment. This year's budget contains $4 million for "stage 2" of the widening of Melbourne's busiest road, the Monash Freeway, which is already being widened between EastLink and Clyde Road in Berwick as part of a $5.5 billion public-private partnership with Transurban.

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  9. Dancing to an Irish beatRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2017 | Warrnambool Standard

    For over seven decades, Geraldine Ryan has been at the forefront of Irish dancing in Australia, a contribution that will be honoured later this month at the Koroit Irish Festival. The 86-year-old has been teaching Irish dancing for 74 years, a contribution that will be honoured with the presentation of a special award later this month.

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  10. Victoria braces for rain, winds, floodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 8, 2017 | Yahoo!

    The worse is yet to come for Melbourne and most of southern Victoria as authorities brace for damaging winds and flash flooding after a night of rain. Gusts of up to 110 km/h are expected in Victoria's east on Sunday, while winds and heavy rain are expected to hit most of southern Victoria.

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  11. Class actions: No 'Americanisation' of Australian legal system, says top judgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2017 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Respected Federal Court judge Jonathan Beach has dismissed concerns about the "Americanisation" of Australia's class action system but says challenges remain for the sector. Justice Beach told Fairfax Media ahead of the Maurice Blackburn class action symposium in Melbourne on Wednesday that both plaintiff and defendant law firms saw advantages in the current class action regime.

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  12. Class actions: No 'Americanisation' of Australian legal system, says top judgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2017 | The Age

    Respected Federal Court judge Jonathan Beach has dismissed concerns about the "Americanisation" of Australia's class action system but says challenges remain for the sector. Justice Beach told Fairfax Media ahead of the Maurice Blackburn class action symposium in Melbourne on Wednesday that both plaintiff and defendant law firms saw advantages in the current class action regime.

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  13. Lenny's CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 19, 2017 | HarnessLink.com

    Just a few hours after Winx made it 16 wins on end, the closest thing Australian harness has, Lennytheshark, added yet another feature race to his bounty with the Group 2 While the throughbred world and broader sporting community to a large extent rightly celebrated another Winx romp and applauded her dominance, the same couldn't be said for much of Victoria's harness community about Lennytheshark. Granted it was nothing "personally" against Lennytheshark, but the angry tribe on social media took the chance to yet again attack Harness Racing Victoria's abolition of standing-start racing.

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  14. Local firms at forefront of timber construction resurgenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    Timber construction of commercial buildings is making a come back with Christchurch projects taking several of the recent NZ Wood Resene Timber Design Awards. Some of the designers were among about 100 local industry players at a Property Council function where awards presenter Daryl Patterson of Australian-based Lend Lease featured his company's multi-level timber commercial buildings in Sydney.

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  15. Aussie News - March 14Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2017 | HarnessLink.com

    But he returned to Melbourne and showed his best form by leading throughout in the Grand Prix in a sizzling 1min57.7sec mile rate. The race changed with the scratching of favourite Speeding Spur, but the way On Thunder Road went he would have been very hard to beat regardless.

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  16. End of the line nears for Seymour's 150-year-old train signals as Melbourne sprawlsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 11, 2017 | The Daily Millbury

    The future can have its driverless cars.Out on the Seymour line in central Victoria the trains are still run by a signalling system that hasn't changed since the 1870s. SHARE Share on Facebook SHARE Share on Twitter TWEET Link Signal operator Colin Mans with the double line block signalling system.

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  17. Christian maps his way to SerbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2017 | Canberra City News

    A SENIOR Grammar School student, Christian Flynn, will represent Australia at the 2017 International Geography Olympiad in Belgrade, Serbia, following his outstanding performance in last year's Geography's Big Week Out . Christian says that he was very happy to accept this offer to be on the Australian 2017 International Geography Olympiad team and that both his parents, teachers and School, were all more than pleased for him to attend the Olympiad.

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  18. Braun's cups warrior flexes musclesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2017 | HarnessLink.com

    Names like Cruz Bromac, Chancellor Cullen, Chilli Palmer, Macha and Mustang Mach variously elicit images of glamour, speed, class and success. But as brilliant and glittering as those pacers have been, from a performance perspective, none have matched the deeds of their perpetually underrated stablemate, Im Corzin Terror.

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  19. Athletics NZ weekly round-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 20, 2017 | The New Zealand Herald

    A New Zealand allcomers record to Rio Olympic Games gold medallist Ryan Crouser and a New Zealand resident record to Rio Olympic Games bronze medallist Tom Walsh highlighted the annual Big Shot. Walsh briefly held the lead after his best performance in round two of 21.46m.

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  20. Street Athletics goes public in ChristchurchRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2017 | Scoop

    Social and competitive runners of all abilities get the opportunity to go head to head with Olympians and international athletes in Christchurch this month, with the announcement that both the 'Big Shot and Fast K' events will be open to public entry for the first time. Entries are now open for the 'Fast K' - a 1000 metre race starting in Oxford Terrace and then running straight down Kilmore Street.

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