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  1. SHOWPO Gives You Adorable And AffordableRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2014 |

    If you haven't checked out SHOWPO before, I guarantee you will be after reading this article. SHOWPO specializes in offering the latest trends at affordable prices.


  2. - Watch the Four Nations Final in BrisbaneRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 8, 2010 | 24-7 Press Release

    Rugby league fans will be flocking to Brisbane in their thousands next month in order to watch the Four Nations final at the Suncorp Stadium. The match is due to take place on November 13th 2010 following a challenging tournament schedule, in which Australia, England, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea will face off against each other.


  3. World War II veteran flies to Australia to reunite with the British wartime girlfriendRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    The 93-year-old is flying across the globe to reunite with Joyce Morris, 88, the woman he dated while stationed in England during World War II Thomas' son and Morris' son set up a Skype call for their parents after Morris found Thomas on the internet a few months ago Valentine's Day reunion: American veteran Norwood Thomas, 93, boarded a flight to Australia on Sunday to reunite with his long lost love A World War II veteran has embarked on a 10,500-mile journey to visit his wartime girlfriend after more than 70 years apart.


  4. Newly released market study: Sweet and Savoury Snacks in VietnamRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    Over the review period, increasing awareness of food safety and hygiene, especially amongst consumers living in large cities, resulted in a strong shift from unpackaged to packaged products, including sweet and savoury snacks. This trend had a positive impact on the performance of the category.


  5. Goodell dangles expansion carrot to LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WTAX-AM Springfield

    The NFL continued to build its global brand on Friday when commissioner Roger Goodell announced Mexico will host a game next season and dangled a carrot to British fans saying a team in London was a realistic possibility. The National Football League will play three regular season games in London next season and Goodell said he expects that number to rise in the future as the league continues to build a solid British fan base.


  6. Five Nobel Prize Laureates To Spend Five Days In YerevanRead the original story

    Monday | Groong

    FIVE NOBEL PRIZE LAUREATES TO SPEND FIVE DAYS IN YEREVAN February 8, 2016 09:40 exclusive Nobel laureate in medicine Robin Warren of Australia receives his Nobel Prize from Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf, December 10, 2005 Photo: REUTERS/Anders Wiklund /Scanpix Aaron Ciechanover joint 2004 Nobel Prize Laureate for Chemistry is listening during a news conference in Stockholm Photo: REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay Ada Yonath of Israel receives the 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry from Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf at the Concert Hall in Stockholm December 10, 2009 Photo: REUTERS/Peter Andrews Konstantin Yenkoyan Photo: YSMU Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria and Japanese scientist Ei-ichi Negishi, winner of the 2010 Nobel Prize in Chemistry discuss during the Nobel Banquet in Stockholm's City Hall Photo: REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski For the first time, Armenia will host five Nobel Prize laureates, who will ... (more)


  7. Smart Travels - Pacific Rim With Rudy MaxaRead the original story

    Monday | KISU-TV Pocatello

    From the natural beauty of Kauai's Na Pali Coast to Hong Kong's neon nightlife, SMART TRAVELS--PACIFIC RIM WITH RUDY MAXA V delivers the best of this exotic and ancient region. Award-winning journalist and travel expert Rudy Maxa models hassle-free ways of plotting a memorable, independent trip to intriguing destinations around the Pacific Rim.


  8. Gold Coast unveils its Surf Management PlanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Surfing News

    The Gold Coast Surf Management Plan has been released. The 56-page document aims to improve the quality of the surfing experience along the 52 kilometers of surf breaks.


  9. Oil trades near $31 after Saudi-Venezuela talks as bets increaseRead the original story

    Monday | World Oil

    Oil traded near $31/bbl after Saudi Arabia and Venezuela met to discuss cooperating to stabilize the market and U.S. data signaled investors are split on the direction for prices. Futures rose as much as 1.2% in New York, trimming last week's 8.1% drop.


  10. Horse puts cash in a helping handRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Northern Daily Leader

    THE Landmark Classic Campdraft and Sale at Tamworth's AELEC saw a lot of hopes and dreams fulfilled last week, and among the winners was Glen Innes' Kelly Foran. THE Landmark Classic Campdraft and Sale at Tamworth's AELEC saw a lot of hopes and dreams fulfilled last week, and among the winners was Glen Innes' Kelly Foran.


  11. Thailand halts Australian salad importsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Mercury

    A campaign to encourage customers to switch in bulk to a new electricity provider has prompted one company to offer annual bills savings of up to $469. THOMAS Davis is one seriously tough guy.


  12. Claire Campbell hits back at police claims that a restaurant is a Wine BarRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    'The kitchen was certainly not closed': Customer hits back at police claims that a restaurant is actually operating as a WINE BAR 'without a licence' after owner also blasted nanny state lockout laws The 'nanny state' debate has been inflamed further by a customer disputing police claims that an inner-city venue was a bar disguised as a restaurant after the owner's rant went viral. Sydney lawyer Claire Campbell, 31, has said the police response to accusations they were too heavy-handed at Paddington's 10 William Street on Saturday night is 'entirely incorrect'.


  13. Discover Sydney's steamier sideRead the original story

    Friday Jan 29 | Xtra!

    Almost two decades after its heyday, Sydney remains one of the world's premiere gay destinations. Led by images of buff, Speedo-clad lifesavers and sassy, caustic drag queens, Sydney's mainstream acceptance of LGBT folk has often favoured the fit and fabulous over the down and dirty, leaving Sydney's friskier side on the fringes, where it can be difficult for visitors to find.


  14. PIRTEK Welcomes New Partner from Venezuela with Eye on Miami ExpansionRead the original story

    Oct 26, 2015 | ThomasNet

    Hydraulic fluid seems to run through Carlos Shortt's veins. Growing up in Venezuela, Shortt became involved with hoses at a very young age, working closely with mechanics and operators in his family's tugboat company.


  15. William and Kate taking grueling trip to Australia, New ZealandRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2014 |

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released their itinerary for New Zealand and Australia. They have also confirmed that they will be bringing Prince George along.


  16. Kelly Osbourne goes casual while Sophie Monk dons clingy dress at Taronga ZooRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    Having a roo-ly good time! Kelly Osbourne goes casual while Sophie Monk dons clingy dress and heels to snap selfies with kangaroos at Taronga Zoo She has gushed about her love of all things Australian and the close bond she has forged with fellow Australia's Got Talent judge Sophie Monk. And on Monday, Kelly Osbourne combined the two as she visited Australia's iconic Taronga Zoo with new best friend Sophie.


  17. Canberra Greyhounds dismiss Shane Rattenbury's call to shut down industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Kel O'Rourke sees similarities between greyhound racing and the NRL - the actions of a few spoil it for the majority. The voice of Canberra greyhound racing, Kel O'Rourke, says the industry is like the NRL - the "abhorrent" actions of a few is tarring everyone "with the same brush".


  18. Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Monday 8 Feb 2016Read the original story

    Monday | The First Post

    Turkish aid workers are setting up new refugee camps on the Syrian side of the border to house migrants fleeing the long-running civil war, after a change in policy saw the authorities stop letting them into Turkey. Some 35,000 fled the Aleppo area last week and Turkey closed the border, despite appeals from the EU to let them cross.


  19. Oil prices dip as supply fears offset Saudi Arabia-Venezuela talksRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday |

    Tokyo, Feb 8: Crude prices edged down in Asia today as worries about the ongoing supply glut offset news that the oil ministers of Saudi Arabia and Venezuela had held talks on stabilising the beleaguered market. A pick-up in the dollar also weighed on the commodity, with a drop in US unemployment and improving wage growth fuelling talk that the Federal Reserve could lift interest rates again next month.


  20. IVF treatment: South African agency flies egg donors to AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Sydney Morning Herald

    A group of young South African women are due to arrive in Australia this month for an all-expenses paid trip of a lifetime - but there's a catch. They have to leave their eggs behind.