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  1. New boss for local health networkRead the original story

    8 min ago | South Coast Register

    Grand Pacific Health board chairman David Fuller said Mr de Jongh would take over from Dianne Kitcher who has been appointed CEO of Coordinare, the South Eastern NSW Primary Health Network. "Mr de Jongh's appointment reflects the board's confidence in his ability to lead Grand Pacific Health into an exciting new era.

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  2. Vows Wow WorldRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | South Coast Register

    WHEN locally known photographer Thomas Stewart took on a wedding gig earlier this year he had no idea his images would go viral. NOW EAR THIS: When Abbey and Mitch Johnston married earlier this year, Bowral photographer Thomas Stewart captured the moment they showed their opposition to the Australian marriage laws in support of their views on same-sex marriage equality.

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  3. Marathon man tackles the mountain - againRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | South Coast Register

    SUNDAY'S King of the Mountain will be the 40th running of the event and, remarkably, Kevyn Davis will be competing in his 39th. VETERAN: Falls Creek runner Kevyn Davis will notch up his 39th King of the Mountain in Sunday's 40th staging of the race.

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  4. Interpol asks for help identifying woman with amnesia found in CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    57 min ago | Examiner.com

    An woman that doesn't know who she is was found in California and Interpol is asking for the public's help in identifying who she is. "Sam" the name that she is going by was found by paramedics in Carlsbad , a town north of San Diego on Feb. 1. She was very sick and was rushed to the hospital and checked into ICU where she remained in and out of consciousness for several days.

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  5. Reynolds named for Rabbitohs despite concussionRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | ABC News

    South Sydney half-back Adam Reynolds has been named to face Penrith in Friday night's NRL clash, despite suffering concussion last start. Reynolds was taken off in the 24th minute of the Rabbitohs' 20-8 win over Manly after bumping his head on the hip of Feleti Mateo.

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  6. North-western NSW farmers 'cautiously optimistic' of drought endRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | ABC News

    Heartened by recent rain, farmers near Walgett in north-western New South Wales are taking a gamble and sowing some of their land in the hope of their first crop in three years. Howard Wilson on Maneroo said the last two years had been "total failures" and the soil moisture was superficial, but he said it is a start.

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  7. Economies of Scale and Local Government ExpenditureRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | CiteULike

    To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document. Controversy surrounds structural reform in local government, especially efforts aimed at involuntarily reducing the number of local authorities to secure scale economies.

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  8. Dungog still recovering after the floodsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | ABC News

    The New South Wales town of Dungog in the Hunter Valley, is still deep in recovery mode, more than two months after devastating floods. Three lives were lost, 82 houses destroyed or badly damaged, and 139 people forced from their homes in the flood on April 22. Mayor Harold Johnston, said a lot of the cleanup work has been done and the focus now is Myall Creek on the edge of town.

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  9. NSW councils refuse to meet Government request to submit merger proposalsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | ABC News

    Many New South Wales councils have refused the State Government's request to put forward merger proposals by the June 30 deadline. The Government has promised up to $1 billion in incentives to encourage councils to join forces but few have taken up the offer, raising the possibility of forced amalgamations.

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  10. State of Origin: Michael Ennis set to join NSW Blues camp after judiciary hearingRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Michael Ennis is set to join the NSW team as soon as Thursday after the Blues were given approval to use a loophole that would enable him to serve a one-match suspension with Cronulla before next week's Origin series decider. While NSW coach Laurie Daley is prepared to give hooker Robbie Farah every chance to prove he can play with a broken hand, Ennis is on standby regardless of the outcome of his judiciary case and Blues captain Paul Gallen said the Maroons were in no position to complain after poaching Greg Inglis and other players from outside Queensland.

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  11. Aussies make record RM69mil payout over abuseRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Star Online

    SYDNEY: Former British migrants who were physically and sexually assaulted at a notorious school in Australia won the largest compensation payment for survivors of mass child abuse in the country's legal history. A class action lawsuit was brought by almost 150 former residents of Fairbridge Farm School, which housed British child migrants, against the Australian and New South Wales state governments after they were abused between 1938 and 1974.

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  12. New South Wales captain Paul Gallen an injury doubt for State of Origin IIIRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    Most concerns were centred on NSW's hooking crisis on the opening day of State of Origin camp, but Blues coach Laurie Daley will also have to keep tabs on skipper Paul Gallen. The NSW veteran hasn't played since copping a knock to the ribs in the first half of game two in Melbourne, but Daley had no hesitation in selecting Gallen for next week's decider in Brisbane.

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  13. Australia to host first day-night test match in November : June 30, 2015,Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Daily Times

    SYDNEY Australia will host the first day-night test match under lights in November when they meet neighbours New Zealand at the Adelaide Oval. "The historic event will be the third of a three-test series against the Black Caps on Australian soil this summer and will be the first to be played under lights and with a pink Kookaburra ball," Cricket Australia said in a statement on Monday.

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  14. State of Origin: Robbie Farah has surgery to enable Origin returnRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    NSW hooker Robbie Farah hopes a plate and screw inserted into his broken right hand will enable him to rush back from injury in time to play in next Wednesday's State of Origin decider. While Farah is considered long odds to be available, he has gone to extraordinary lengths to try to prove his fitness after having surgery on Tuesday night.

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  15. New South Wales gets tough on vets - just as Victoria hasRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Age

    The Racing NSW inquiry into trainer Sam Kavanagh's cobalt positive has resulted in allegations levelled at Dr Tom Brennan and his practice, Flemington Equine Clinic, that they In other evidence at the NSW hearing, FEC vets were said to have injected the preservative formaldehyde as a routine treatment for bleeders. This hasn't been an easy step with the licensing blocked and resisted by Equine Veterinarians Australia, a special interest group in the Australian Veterinary Association, which represents horse veterinarians.

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  16. The vintage motorcycle diaries of a country shedRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | ABC News

    Many country Australian sheds are treasure troves of little known history and a whole lot of passion. In one such shed in central west New South Wales and hidden under some old sheets, is a treasure trove of beloved vintage bikes.

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  17. GOODBYE, GOURMETRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | American Reporter

    It's been the talk of the town around Bilgola, New South Wales, Australia. A series of romantic signs from some unnamed bloke to his girlfriend Jennifer takes a nasty turn just 40 percent of the way through the message, like some sort of emotionally-sadistic versdion of the ancient Burma Shave campaign.

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  18. Two tweets, AU$80,000: Newspaper pays for defamation on TwitterRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | CNET News.com

    Typing 140 characters has come at a heavy price for an Australian newspaper after it was ordered to pay AU$80,000 for defaming one of the country's highest ranking politicians in two short tweets. Two little tweets have resulted in a hefty legal bill for an Australian newspaper, after a court found that the brief missives defamed a politician.

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  19. Mitchell Starc talks up Trevor Bayliss but wonders how England will reactRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Sky Sports

    Mitchell Starc expects Trevor Bayliss to make a big impact as England coach although he is unsure how his style will play out in a new environment. Bayliss will take charge of England for the first time when the Investec Ashes start in Cardiff next Wednesday and he is currently getting to know his new charges on a pre-series getaway in Spain.

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  20. Australian miners increasingly targeted by hackers, report warnsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | ABC News

    Australian mining companies say they are becoming increasingly aware of hackers trying to gain access to their sensitive information, with some executives now taking extra precautions when doing business in China. A report by Ernst & Young on the biggest risks faced by miners has, for the first time, listed cyber security as one of the top concerns facing the industry.

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