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  1. The unusual training methods of Bulldogs premiership winnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    In the lead up to the 1954 VFL grand final, Footscray's Don Ross didn't train with his team for a month. "A lot of people wouldn't believe this, but I didn't train for a month in the lead-up."

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  2. Drone footage captures natural beauty seen on Australian road trip from Perth to SydneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Cinematographer Frederik Schindler used a drone to film an epic road trip as he and his wife drove more than 4,000km from Perth to Sydney. His stunning footage starts as his drone soars above the couple's camper van while they drive down an open stretch of road during a magnificent sunset.

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  3. Savaged by a Great White: Gouge on the leg of a surfer, 17, shows...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    Savaged by a Great White: Gouge on the leg of a surfer, 17, shows how close he came to death - as he gives the thumbs up to going back in the water A young surfer has revealed the four large lacerations left on his right leg after he was attacked by a shark, as another three-metre ocean predator is spotted at a nearby beach on the second day of the school holidays. Cooper Allen, 17, is recovering in Lismore Hospital after being mauled by a shark while surfing beyond the break at at Lighthouse Beach, in Ballina, south of Byron Bay, just before 9am on Monday.

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  4. Crude cartoons bring fame to Tweed Heads trioRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 25 | ABC News

    Tom Hollis, Jarrad Wright and Izak Whear spent their high school days up the back of the classroom doodling characters they had no idea would one day become known across the globe. The trio, who graduated in 2012 from Tweed River High School in northern New South Wales, are the creators of animations The Big Lez Show and The Mike Nolan Show.

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  5. New app set to revolutionise outback healthRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 25 | ABC News

    The iECG replaces a traditional ECG machine to detect atrial fibrillation, which is responsible for one third of all strokes in Australia. A pilot program run by the Poche Centre for Indigenous Health at the University of Sydney is trialling the technology in far western New South Wales to create the first snapshot of atrial fibrillation rates in Aboriginal people.

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  6. Overt risks more of a worry for All Blacks than covert ones like 'Bug Gate'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 24 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    'Bug gate' in Sydney heightened intrigue levels but security and safety measures have long been paramount on any All Blacks tour. The All Blacks continue to wait for feedback from New South Wales Police on their findings from the investigation into a listening device that was uncovered in a team hotel room before the opening Bledisloe Cup test in August.

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  7. Study shows children are ethical consumersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 22 | ABC News

    Southern Cross University researcher Kate Neale will this week be awarded her Doctor of Philosophy for her PhD thesis Children and Ethical Consumption, which examined the ways children learn about and practise ethical consumption. Ms Neale interviewed children between the ages of eight and 12, and their parents, in Brisbane, Sydney, and across the New South Wales north coast.

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  8. Wellington Phoenix nearing end of 'best pre-season' under Ernie MerrickRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 21 | Dominion Post

    The team plays the Central Coast Mariners in Nelson on Saturday, the same team they beat 1-0 in New South Wales last weekend. While Merrick will continue to develop new combinations, his side has developed an insatiable appetite for winning that he is demanding they continue at Trafalgar Park.

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  9. Shannon keeps winningRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 19 | Naracoorte Herald

    Champs: Rural Ambassador Award 2016 state finalists Shannon Donoghue, Kayla Starkey, Katie Hines, Will Bray , Amy Wright, Steph Pocock, Peter Barr and Tom Hunter. Shannon Donoghue is growing her expertise after claiming two honorable awards in sheep judging competitions at this year's Royal Adelaide Show.

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  10. NRL finals 2016: Melbourne Storm-North Queensland Cowboys off-field battle goes publicRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 18 | Sydney Morning Herald

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  11. IU senior ranks internationally for longboardingRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 15 | The Tribune

    It only took a few weeks for Indiana University senior Max Vickers to make headlines during his study abroad trip to Australia last school year. He took a GoPro video of his friend, Mitch Thompson, as they rode their longboards down a highway in the Blue Mountains, coming within inches of the vehicles passing by in the lane next to them.

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  12. 'Keep climbing': Plainview woman lost in Australia forest shares storyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 14 | Post-Bulletin

    Alyce Tidball of Plainview survived three days in the Australian wilderness after getting lost during an afternoon walk in April 2016. group photo: Seated, Greg Hill from Dalmeny Rural Forest Service , Donna Marie Clarke from the Batemans Bay Police, Barbara Johnston, and Chris Chapman, both from Batemans Bay State Alyce Tidball of Plainview survived three days in the Australian wilderness after getting lost during an afternoon walk in April 2016.

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  13. Australia's New South Wales partners with Hainan Airlines to attract more Chinese touristsRead the original story

    Monday Sep 12 | Xinhuanet

    A promotional partnership between China's Hainan Airlines and the New South Wales state government which kick started on Tuesday will see the airline flying in about 52,000 Chinese tourist annually from China's Changsha and Xi'an in a new twice-weekly flight service. NSW minister for Trade, Tourism and Major Events Stuart Ayres said in a statement partnering with one of China's largest airlines was part of the state's continuing effort to entice more Chinese tourists which was up 21 percent in the first six months of the year.

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  14. Spell and the Gypsy Collective's rise to the top via social mediaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 11 | ABC News

    Isabella Pennefather used to be one of dozens of artisans selling her wares at the markets in the northern New South Wales town of Byron Bay. She barely sold enough jewellery to support herself, so was happy to take on her sister Elizabeth Abegg as a business partner when Elizabeth relocated from Sydney.

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  15. Chinese Donors Influencing Australian PoliticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 9 | China Digital Times

    Amid growing concerns over Beijing's broadening soft power push into Australia , Australian Labor Party senator Sam Dastyari resigned from his party's frontbench this week after it was revealed that he used a Chinese-linked company's donation to cover travel expenses of approximately $1,270. The revelation has sparked broader worry that foreign donors may be attempting to buy political influence in Australia .

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  16. Questions over Top Education Institute and political donationsRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 8 | ABC News

    KIM LANDERS: Labor is questioning whether a Sydney education group, with links to the Chinese Government, received preferential treatment after donating to the Liberal Party. Top Education Institute is also a donor to the ALP - and has been in the spotlight after paying a travel bill for the New South Wales Labor Senator, Sam Dastyari.

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  17. Learning the key to horse training successRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 8 | ABC News

    In a region renowned for its links to the equestrian industry, Hunter Valley resident Gerald O'Brien has, for more than 30 years, learnt and mastered the art of horse training and breaking. Throughout his long and successful career as a horseman, which has included overseas travel and training trick horses for arena performances at the Sydney Royal Easter Show, O'Brien has developed a unique style when dealing with the animals.

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  18. Wellington must think carefully before following Sydney's lockout lawsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 7 | Stuff.co.nz

    A move by authorities in Sydney to restrict alcohol sales led to protests in February, with the new "lockout" laws blamed for the closure of dozens of bars. OPINION: This is a tale of two cities: one that is becoming a social and economic ghost town after dark; the other that has surged ahead and is now Australia's king of night-time social and economic activity.

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  19. Mark Tromp Has Release A StatementRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 6 | PMFM 92.9FM

    Mark Tromp, the man at the centre of a bizarre interstate family trip, has apologised for the "hurt and concern" caused by the "ordeal". Mr Tromp, his wife Jacoba and their three adult children hurriedly fled their home in Silvan in Victoria, without any clear destination last Tuesday which sparked the baffling mystery.

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  20. The weirdest time zones from around the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 4 | Stuff.co.nz

    Turning the clock back a few hours after getting off a flight or switching to daylight savings is to be expected when travelling. But there are some pockets of the world where time zones don't quite behave as you think they might - whether it's jumping forward in strange increments or taking massive cross-border leapsa AFGHANISTAN TO CHINA It's hardly the busiest border in the world, and most travellers are unlikely to go anywhere near it.

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