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  1. CIAF aims to make the Indigenous art market fair and ethicalRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | ABC News

    The sixth annual Cairns Indigenous Art Fair opens this week. Rachel Robinson talks to curator Hetti Perkins and artist Gordon Hookey about the balancing act of the commercial, ethical and political.

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  2. First-time nomination for achieverRead the original story w/Photo

    18 min ago | Northern Daily Leader

    IF Moree agronomist Ben Dawson takes out the upcoming 2015 Australian Cotton Industry Young Achiever of the Year Award, he has already earmarked what he'll do with the cash prize and travel bursary on offer to the winner. IF Moree agronomist Ben Dawson takes out the upcoming 2015 Australian Cotton Industry Young Achiever of the Year Award, he has already earmarked what he'll do with the cash prize and travel bursary on offer to the winner.

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  3. Teenager hopes to break away from the pack at Virginia's world juniorsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 min ago | Northern Daily Leader

    The 18-year-old Armidale cyclist celebrated his selection in the three man Australian Under 19 road racing team to compete in September's 2015 UCI World Championships in the USA this week. The Year 12 Duval High School student has been training about 24 hours a week riding between 500 to 700km around Armidale.

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  4. Cubic to Speak on Intelligent Ticketing Technology at 2015 Australian Transport SummitRead the original story w/Photo

    23 min ago | WebWire

    Cubic Transportation Systems , a business unit of Cubic Corporation , today announced that Tom Walker, managing director of CTS-Australasia, will discuss new transportation technologies at the upcoming Australian Transport Summit held in Sydney, Australia on July 31. Jointly presented by the Australian Tourism & Transport Forum and UITP Australia and New Zealand, the Australian Transport Summit is one of Australia's premier industry gatherings to discuss and highlight innovations in the transport industry. CTS will also be showcasing Cubic's NextAgent , an innovative hybrid ticket office, call center and ticket vending machine.

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  5. Country women sewing pads to help girls get an education in NepalRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | ABC News

    For many girls in Nepal, their monthly period means a time of being ostracised from their village and absent from school. But a group from regional New South Wales is creating a colourful way of advocating for these young women and their right to education.

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  6. Report backs navy base moveRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Illawarra Mercury

    The naval fleet could be safer from a possible terrorist attack if it moved to Port Kembla from Garden Island, a recently released report claims. The naval fleet could be safer from a possible terrorist attack if it moved to Port Kembla from Garden Island, a recently released report claims.

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  7. Final practice for Warilla before Pennants finalsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Illawarra Mercury

    Warilla will tune up for this weekend's State Pennants grade 1 finals with a practice match against an Illawarra selection side at Figgy Bowlo this afternoon. With nine weeks since the Illawarra pennant finals, Warilla want a good hit-out before playing their sectional matches on Saturday at Dapto Citizens Bowling Club.

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  8. Jesse Bromwich found not guilty of biting Josh Dugan at NRL judiciaryRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | ABC News

    The judiciary panel of Bob Lindner, Mal Cochrane and Don McKinnon took just three minutes to reach their verdict on Wednesday after a hearing that lasted an hour and a half. "I'm happy they gave me a fair hearing.

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  9. Video footage: Newcastle district rugby league player sent to judiciary after sickening tackleRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Cessnock centre Jared Edwards has been cited by the Newcastle Rugby League match review committee after an horrific tackle left Macquarie counterpart Teason Fa'avae-Eli with a torn medial ligament. Fa'avae-Eli will miss the rest of the season and the self-employed carpenter is facing more than two months off work due to the injury, which occurred in the 72nd minute of the Macquarie's 36-16 win over Cessnock on Saturday at Peacock Field.

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  10. Man charged over Family Law Court murders Three Decades after the...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Man charged over Family Law Court murders THREE DECADES after the string of bombings and shootings that killed four people Sydney man Leonard John Warwick has been charged with more than 30 offences, including four murder charges, over a string of unsolved shootings and bombings that became known as the Family Law Court murders. The former firefigher was arrested in Campbelltown in Sydney's southwest on Wednesday and taken in for questioning over the Family Law Court bombings.

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  11. Goodes Bows Out Of Next AFL Game Amid Heckling SagaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | ABC News

    MARK COLVIN: The veteran Sydney Swans player Adam Goodes has bowed out of this weekend's game against Adelaide due to constant heckling. Last year's Australian of the Year is now on extended leave and reportedly, contemplating retirement.

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  12. Party donation rules must be reviewed: former Labor Senator Stephen LoosleyRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | ABC News

    MARK COLVIN: You may have seen the Four Corners specials at the beginning of this month about the efforts of the Calabrian Mafia - the N'drangheta - to influence both sides of politics. The public in New South Wales has already seen via the ICAC the depths to which some MPs - again on both sides - were prepared to stoop for personal and political donations.

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  13. Man arrested over long-unsolved Sydney bombingsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | ABC News

    MARK COLVIN: It's been one of the great unsolved crimes - the series of bombings and murders in 1980s Sydney, aimed at judges of the Family Court of Australia and their families. Now three decades later a man has been arrested over the attacks.

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  14. Lives at risk on the road from poorly trained truck drivers says a Bunbury heavy haulage operatorRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | ABC News

    A 30 year veteran of the industry, Mark believes that many drivers are ignorant about the trucks they drive. He says they cost the industry millions in damage each year and put lives at risk.

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  15. The Biggest Loser star Michelle Bridges steps out for winter stroll ...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    There's a warm front coming! Pregnant Michelle Bridges wraps up as she steps out for chilly winter stroll with Steve 'Commando' Willis They're expectantly looking ahead to the birth of their first child together, but it was a subdued Michelle Bridges and Steve 'Commando' Willis who stepped out in Sydney on Wednesday morning. The Biggest Loser stars were a low-key sight as they linked arms for a stroll through coastal suburb Potts Point, weeks after Michelle broke the news of her pregnancy.

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  16. Gallen mulls Super League moveRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Sky Sports

    Australia Test prop Paul Gallen will finish a one-club man in the NRL after re-signing with Cronulla but has hinted about a move to Super League in 2017. The New South Wales captain, who turns 34 next month, is thought to be high on Salford director of rugby Tim Sheens' shopping list as the Red Devils scour the market for a marquee player.

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  17. Cookbook harkens back to days of community recipesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    Sure, there might be a shade too much sugar to qualify as an austerely nutritious breakfast, but there's so many other good things packed in, who will notice? "Monday Morning Cooking Club: The Feast Goes On" is the sequel to the original "Monday Morning Cooking Club: the Food, the Stories, the Sisterhood." It began as six women getting together every Monday morning for tea.

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  18. How mother's diet changes 'tastebuds' of newborn's heartRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Taste receptors have been found to exist outside the mouth, at sites including the heart, where both bitter and umami - or savoury - receptors have been identified. "We know that a range of maternal factors including diet can influence foetal development, but this is the first study to examine changes in the expression of taste receptors in the heart," said Margaret Morris, head of pharmacology, University of New South Wales.

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  19. QBE Names Fagen as Group Chief Strategy Officer; Plant Is PromotedRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Insurance Journal West

    Sydney, Australia-headquartered QBE has appointed Colin Fagen as group chief strategy officer, in a new role "designed to create a strong platform for growth across the group," according to Group Chief Executive John Neal. QBE said this key executive role will be responsible for leading major growth and efficiency initiatives across QBE globally, ensuring the company can leverage its significant worldwide footprint to drive top and bottom line growth "Colin has done an excellent job leading our Australian and New Zealand Operations to consistently profitable performance over the last four years," said Neal.

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  20. Sydney man arrested in 30-year-old shooting, bombing caseRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald

    Police search the property and family home of Leonard John Warwick in Douglas Park, near Sydney, Australia, Wednesday, July 29, 2015. More than 30 years after series of bombings and shootings left four people dead and terrorized the Australian legal fraternity police have arrested Warwick, a 68-year-old suspect.

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