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  1. Boyd: 'It would be silly for the Broncos to let Bennett go'Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Mercury

    Brisbane captain Darius Boyd has implored the club to keep Wayne Bennett after they missed out on Craig Bellamy's signature BRISBANE captain Darius Boyd says the Broncos would be "silly" to let Wayne Bennett go after missing out on Craig Bellamy. Bennett is off contract next year but will detail his future plans to the Broncos' board on June 27 after the NRL club lost their tug of war over Bellamy to Melbourne.

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  2. 'A tear in my eye': Mitchell feared worst after neck injuryRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Mercury

    NSW State of Origin star Latrell Mitchell admits he thought of Alex McKinnon immediately after he hurt his neck during the Sydney Roosters' NRL win over Penrith. Mitchell sent a scare through the Roosters and Blues camps when he was accidentally caught under a tackle from Panthers halfback and Blues teammate Nathan Cleary on Friday.

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  3. Confirmed: WWE mega-show coming to the MCGRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Mercury

    THE worst-kept secret in pro wrestling has been confirmed, with WWE confirming it will run an event at the MCG called the Super Show-Down. The show, to be broadcast live on the WWE Network, will be held on Saturday October 6, the week after the AFL Grand Final.

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  4. Telstra eyeing commercial introduction of 2Gbps speeds over LTE by year endRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 15 | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    The trials follow on from a demonstration of what the operator termed '2Gbps enabled 4G download speeds' that it carried out at the Mobile World Congress in February this year. Now, Telstra notes that 'results continue to be very positive' in the latest tests, as it again achieved downlink rates of up to 2Gbps by aggregating 100MHz of spectrum across 'various combinations of frequency bands', while also utilising 4A-4 On the back of its testing, Telstra has said it is starting to plan for the deployment of 2Gbps-enabled 4G technology in its network, noting that it will target high traffic areas like central business districts , stadiums and shopping centres.

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  5. Bon Jovi announces Aussie stadium tour for DecemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 14 | The Sydney Morning Herald

    Time to bust out the leather pants and hairspray: Bon Jovi has announced their stadium tour is coming to Australia this December. The This House Is Not For Sale tour will see the legendary rockers playing four dates around the country at the end of the year, kicking off at the MCG in Melbourne on December 1. They will then travel to Adelaide and Brisbane before closing in Sydney at ANZ Stadium on December 8. If the set list from shows so far is any indication, it seems Bon Jovi is sticking to a well-tested formula for this tour: new songs to show they've still got what it takes to make a hit mixed with old classics to please rusted-on fans.

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  6. Telstra prepares to offer 2Gbps downloads over 4G networkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 14 | ComputerWorld

    Telstra is planning to offer speeds of up to 2 gigabits per second over its 4G network in selected areas, the telco has revealed. Telstra said that following tests conducted in partnership with Ericsson, Netgear and Qualcomm it would offer 2Gpbs speeds in high-traffic locations such as CBDs, stadiums and shopping centres.

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  7. Bon Jovi announces huge 2018 Australian stadium tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 14 | Yahoo!

    Global rock icons and newly announced Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2018 inductees Bon Jovi have announced the Australian leg of their This House Is Not for Sale Tour! With one night only in each city, the tour will kick off in Melbourne at the iconic MCG on Saturday 1st December, followed by Adelaide's Botanic Park on Tuesday 4th December, QSAC in Brisbane on Thursday 6th December and finishing in Sydney at ANZ Stadium on Saturday 8th December.

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  8. Bon Jovi Announces this House is not for Sale 2018 TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 14 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Global rock icons and newly announced Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2018 inductees Bon Jovi have announced the Australian leg of their This House Is Not for Sale Tour, presented by TEG DAINTY. With one night only in each city, the tour will kick off in Melbourne at the iconic MCG on Saturday 1stDecember, followed by Adelaide's Botanic Park on Tuesday 4th December, QSAC in Brisbane on Thursday 6th December and finishing in Sydney at ANZ Stadium on Saturday 8th December.

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  9. Netgear Aircard 800s vs Air...Read the original story

    Wednesday Jun 13 | Effingham Herald

    As a popular series of LTE gadgets, Netgear 4G aircards are well-known many countries in Europe and the United States. Especially the hot Netgear Aircard 810s mobile hotspot, is the best seller for LTE advanced networks.

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  10. Corey Oates has revealed the sting of not being told of his Origin omission has fired him upRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 13 | NEWS.com.au

    THE stage is set for a State of Origin audition to remember as Queensland hopeful Corey Oates fires up for an NRL clash against the man who took his Maroons jersey - Valentine Holmes. Brisbane winger Oates admits he let his Origin I snub affect his form but is now more determined than ever to regain his Queensland spot as he prepares for Saturday's clash with Holmes' Cronulla.

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  11. The Big Picture: Full preview of Round 15 of the NRL with talking points, stats and latest oddsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 13 | NEWS.com.au

    THE Storm take on the Knights on Sunday, with Billy Slater and Kalyn Ponga vying for the Maroons fullback jersey on the eve of the team announcement for Origin II. If Slater gets through the game unscathed he will most likely be Kevin Walters' fullback, but a star showing from Ponga could get him a bench spot at worst, and could even punt the Melbourne veteran from the No.1. Slater is arguably the greatest Maroons fullback of all time, so he has the runs on the board, but even if he is fit, Ponga's X factor off the bench may prove too difficult for Maroons selectors to ignore.

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  12. More to be Unlockd in tech start-up's fight with GoogleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 13 | The Age

    It's the David versus Goliath battle that has pitted a fast-growing Australian tech start-up against an $US800 billion giant of the internet, and captured the attention of the media. Yet the collapse of Melbourne founded, Lachlan Murdoch-backed ad-tech player Unlockd into administration this week appears to be more complex, and in a sense more mundane, than that.

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  13. Maroon's shock: 'Where was my courtesy call?'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 13 | NEWS.com.au

    A GUTTED former Maroons player has lifted the lid on his Origin axing with a heated dig at Queensland coach Kevin Walters. THE stage is set for a State of Origin audition to remember as Queensland hopeful Corey Oates fires up for an NRL clash against the man who took his Maroons jersey - Valentine Holmes.

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  14. Councils to advocate for mobile black spot towns in next round of fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 12 | The Courier

    Councils surrounding Ballarat will advocate for improved mobile reception in black spot towns under round four of the Mobile Black Spot Program. The federal government announced $25 million for a new round of the program to address more black spots in regional and remote areas on Sunday.

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  15. Ponga for Origin II? Walters responds to growing callsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 12 | The Mercury

    Kalyn Ponga sits on the bench during Origin I between Queensland and NSW from the MCG in Melbourne. Picture: Adam Head QUEENSLAND coach Kevin Walters has hinted he could blood exciting young gun Kalyn Ponga in Origin II, admitting "we can't hold him back for much longer".

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  16. Merrin: Gubb should have been sent off for Cleary hitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | The Mercury

    PENRITH prop Trent Merrin says Canberra's Charlie Gubb should have been sent off for his "disgusting" tackle on teammate Nathan Cleary. Gubb was handed a grade-two dangerous contact charge for his late dive straight into Cleary's legs midway through the Panthers' 23-22 NRL win on Friday.

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  17. McGuire charged for stomp on potential Origin teammateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 10 | The Mercury

    BRISBANE lock Josh McGuire is facing a maximum $1500 fine for treading on the foot of potential Queensland State of Origin teammate Tim Glasby. McGuire was on Monday charged with a grade one contrary conduct offence stemming out of Brisbane's 32-16 NRL loss to Melbourne on Sunday.

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  18. Canberra's act of homage to the House of WindsorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 8 | Sydney Morning Herald

    As yet another Queen's Birthday long weekend rolls around it is timely to reflect on the strange fate that has befallen a separate - and uniquely Canberran - act of homage paid to the House of Windsor. Street atlases of inner Canberra used to feature a pair of broken parallel lines stretching from Kings Avenue to Canberra Avenue.

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  19. Major universities hit by data breach affecting thousands of job applicants at top firmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 8 | The Age

    Leading universities including Melbourne and Macquarie have become the latest victims of a major data breach at human resources firm PageUp, forcing them to suspend their job boards and urge applicants to check their affairs for unusual activity. PageUp People, which manages recruitment for ASX200 firms including AMP, Telstra and Coles, revealed it had detected "unusual activity" on its IT infrastructure last month and received "some indicators that client data may have been compromised".

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  20. Aaron Woods is resigned to the fact he may have to leave the Bulldogs ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 8 | NEWS.com.au

    BULLDOGS enforcer Aaron Woods knows he may have to face moving on from the club, despite only joining Canterbury from the Tigers at the end of last season. Canterbury's salary cap dramas mean that no player is considered safe and Woods is on a large contract, meaning he could be moved on.

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