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  1. Canberra dancer Drew Hedditch nominated for Telstra Ballet Dancer Award.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    A member of The Australian Ballet for the last three years, Drew Hedditch got his start in ballet in Canberra at the Lisa Clark Dance Centre. Canberra-born-and-raised dancer, Drew Hedditch has been nominated for the Australian Ballet's most prestigious prize, the Telstra Ballet Dancer Award.

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  2. Ex-security guard tells court he never received cut of $500,000 Myer Melbourne heistRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sydney Morning Herald

    The inside man in a half-a-million-dollar heist at Myer's Melbourne CBD store 24 years ago claims he never got a cent from the armed robbery. A County Court trial in Melbourne heard that the witness trained the accused Wladimir Babaeffa , who has pleaded not guilty, in martial arts upstairs at their local pub The Angel Tavern in Malvern.

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  3. Former Telstra boss David Thodey joins Ramsay Health Care board, shares upRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Former Telstra chief executive David Thodey will join the board of the nation's largest private hospital company, Ramsay Health Care. Chairman Michael Siddle said Mr Thodey, who was Telstra CEO and managing director from 2009 to 2015, would join Ramsay's board as a non-executive on November 28. Ramsay's shares rose more than 4 per cent to a high of $67.48 in morning trade, and were 3.39 per cent firmer at $67.06 by mid-afternoon.

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  4. Markets Live: Relief in store for ASXRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 15 | Canberra Times

    Buying in the big banks helps offset more falls for resources, amid a busy day of annual meetings and as the jobless rate drops to a five-year low. Ramsay Health Care chairman Michael Siddle has defended the company's move into France to shareholders at the annual meeting in Sydney despite the hospitals operator indicating it remains a tough operating market in the near term.

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  5. Outback war against deadly diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2014 | The Mercury

    AN outbreak of a potentially deadly strain of meningococcal bacterial infection in remote South Australian communities has been countered by an extraordinary vaccination program. An information sketch animation video which outlines the key signs and symptoms of meningococcal disease and what you should do if you suspect a family member has symptoms.

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  6. Why NBN may reveal secret speedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 24 | The Mercury

    SECRET estimates revealing what download speeds you can really expect from the NBN could be published in a move designed to reduce complaints. AUSTRALIANS might finally discover what download speeds they can expect under the National Broadband Network after the company behind the rollout revealed it was "considering" whether to release secret household speed estimates hidden from the public until now.

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  7. The NBN: How much more will this cost the customers?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | The Age

    Skip to navigation Skip to content Skip to footer View text version of this page Help using this website - Accessibility statement Join today and you can easily save your favourite articles, join in the conversation and comment, plus select which news your want direct to your inbox. Join today and you can easily save your favourite articles, join in the conversation and comment, plus select which news your want direct to your inbox.

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  8. Perth's broadband lags behind the rest of AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 8 | The Age

    Perth has some of Australia's slowest broadband internet speeds in the country, according to Ookla, which operates speedtest.net , one of the internet's most popular speed testing tools. With average download speeds of 17.9 Mbps, compared with 67.05 Mbps in Geelong, Victoria, Perth received a measly internet speed score of 28.44 - about 70 points lower than the top ranking cities.

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  9. Sydney jobs boom puts pressure on transport and house pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 8 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Skip to navigation Skip to content Skip to footer View text version of this page Help using this website - Accessibility statement Join today and you can easily save your favourite articles, join in the conversation and comment, plus select which news your want direct to your inbox. Sydney has added nearly half a million jobs in the past decade but patterns of employment growth are putting the city's transport system under pressure and helping to drive up property prices.

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  10. OVH goes after Aussie SMBs' cloud business with VMware HCXRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 7 | ComputerWorld

    France-headquartered global cloud service provider OVH is hoping to leverage VMware's recently announced HCX software defined networking technology to exploit what it sees as a huge market among Australian SMBs wanting to move their in-house IT to the cloud. VMware announced HCX at VMworld in Barcelona in September, saying it would "deliver any cloud to any cloud secure, seamless interoperability and mobility, enabling large scale application migration and ongoing portability with zero application downtime or refactoring."

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  11. Ararat and Stawell regions on wrong side of digital divide | ChartRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 6 | The Ararat Advertiser

    North west and western Victoria are lagging behind the rest of the state and the nation in digital inclusion, a new report has found. Photo: Josh Robenstone ARARAT and Stawell are part of regions that are lagging behind the rest of Victoria and Australia for internet access, affordability and digital skills.

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  12. NRL pay war: A superb deal for the players, but they could be getting even moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 3 | Canberra Times

    Rugby league players have received the biggest pay rise of any football code in Australia, Friday's finalising of the collective bargaining agreement meaning they will receive only $40,000 less than the average AFL player. By the end of the two codes' CBAs in 2022, the average salary of an NRL player will be $330,000 and an AFL player $371,000.

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  13. Avocado grower is top of the treeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 2 | Yahoo!

    Dedication, collaboration and innovation are three of the words that drive Jennie Franceschi and led to her being named the 2017 Telstra WA Business Woman of the Year. Mrs Franceschi was last week named the State winner at the awards night in Perth after she won the corporate and private category award.

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  14. Spark buying Vocus NZ not so far-fetchedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 30 | Stuff.co.nz

    ... NZ's sale as an opportunity to dip its toes back into the New Zealand consumer market, five years after selling TelstraClear to Vodafone. Telstra had been barred from playing in the New Zealand market under a non-compete clause which Vodafone ...

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  15. Turnbull is the driver of the NBN 'trainwreck'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 26 | Green Left Weekly

    If the National Broadband Network is becoming a "calamitous train wreck", as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull claimed on October 23, then the fault lies with him. He was the minister for communications in the Tony Abbott Coalition government who, in 2013, oversaw the disastrous decision to fundamentally change the NBN from Labor's fibre-to-the-premises model to a technologically obsolete fibre-to-the-node system.

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  16. Malcolm's Pink Bats ...Read the original story

    Tuesday Oct 24 | Your Democracy

    The Prime Minister claimed that the train wreck was coming all along if that is so, why did he then overrule Tony Abbotts' argument who said " kill the NBN", that would have nipped that train wreck in the bud. Obviously, he didn't see his change in policy as a train wreck in the making as he indicated he could build the NBN for $25 billion and it would be finished by 2016.

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  17. NBN embraces G.fast copper speed boost for homes on a limited fibre dietRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 24 | Sydney Morning Herald

    NBN will squeeze even more out of the old copper phone lines next year, but only if you're lucky enough to have fibre running all the way to the curb or basement. The good news stories keep coming from NBN this week, which is in damage control after The 7.30 Report's Monday night exposA - even though the report didn't really offer anything new and barely scratched the surface of the NBN's troubles.

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  18. Nieves Murray's shock resignation from IRTRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 24 | Illawarra Mercury

    IRT Group chair Mike Halloran confirmed the shock news on Tuesday saying "Nieves Murray has resigned due to personal circumstances. IRT is grateful for the contribution Nieves has made to the growth and success of the organisation over many years, especially over the last 11 years as CEO".

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  19. 'They stole six months of internet from me'Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2017 | NEWS.com.au

    IF YOU wish you had better internet, spare a thought for this guy. He is one of the Australians utterly failed by the NBN.

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  20. Lunch, Packer, action! James steals the limelight ahead of Crown AGMRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 23 | The Age

    Of course he chose, The Australian , the local rag of his close mate Lachlan Murdoch , for his latest tell-all which pointed the finger on the circus that has enveloped both Packer and his casino operator, Crown. James Packer on the Arctic P in the South Pacific last week.

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