New South Wales, Australia Travel Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Indian fake doctor in AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2017 | The Telegraph

    Melbourne, March 9 : An Indian man in Australia has been accused of impersonating a doctor and working in various hospitals for over a decade, with the immigration minister terming the case as a "big failing of the system". Shyam Acharya took the name of another man in India, Sarang Chitale, before he began a new life in Australia where he registered with the Medical Board of New South Wales in 2003, The Sydney Morning Herald reported.

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  2. American Pharoah's Australian sojourn excites racehorse breedersRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2017 | Horsetalk

    US Triple Crown winner American Pharoah is to stand at stud for the 2017 Southern Hemisphere season at Coolmore Australia. "We have been overwhelmed by interest from Australasian breeders in American Pharoah ever since he retired to stud in Kentucky" said Coolmore Australia's Tom Magnier.

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  3. Geologist keen to involve more women in science after Antarctica tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2017 | ABC News

    A geologist from the New South Wales Hunter Valley says a trip to Antarctica with international researchers has emboldened her to push for more women in the science sector. In December, Marianne Harvey was part of the inaugural Homeward Bound project which saw 75 female scientists travel to Antarctica to work on strategies and leadership skills to enhance the role of women in science.

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  4. Meet the regional women vying for NSW Woman of the Year awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2017 | ABC News

    A woman who helped refugee families settle in the tiny community of Mingoola is among the finalists in this year's New South Wales Regional Woman of the Year awards. Julia Harpham, who featured on Australian Story last year, helped Mingoola open its arms to three refugee families in an effort to save the local school from closing.

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  5. Pressure mounting to improve NSW palliative careRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2017 | ABC News

    One of Australia's first specialist palliative care doctors has accused New South Wales health authorities of dropping the ball when it comes to end of life care. Yvonne McMaster said regional areas are faring the worst, with standards of care she has not seen since the 1960s.

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  6. 'Aboriginalia' and the politics of Aboriginal kitschRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2017 | ABC News

    It's a popular spot for Melburnians: Greens have held meetings there; emerging bands have found their fans. It's also where I found this portrait of an Aboriginal girl.

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  7. Lions run amok in try-fest against Waratahs; Southern Kings, Stormers also winRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2017 | Stuff.co.nz

    Andries Coetzee slides over the line for one of the Lions' eight tries in their rout of the NSW Waratahs. The Lions ran in eight tries and claimed a bonus point as they beat the New South Wales Waratahs 55-36 in a free-flowing Super Rugby clash at Ellis Park on Saturday .

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  8. Lions run amok in try-fest against WaratahsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2017 | The Star Online

    The Lions ran in eight tries and claimed a bonus point as they beat the New South Wales Waratahs 55-36 in a free-flowing Super Rugby clash at Ellis Park on Saturday. The sides exchanged two tries apiece in the opening 20 minutes before last year's runners-up went 33-24 ahead at the break after a first half in which they crossed their visitors' line five times and the Sydney-based franchise replied with three of their own.

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  9. Elsa Pataky is barefoot in Byron Bay minus Chris HemsworthRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2017 | Daily Mail

    Hippy chic! Chris Hemsworth's wife Elsa Pataky teams Chanel backpack with boho floral dress as she walks barefoot through Byron Bay And Elsa Pataky, 40, has wasted little time settling back into her adopted beachside home of Byron Bay, New South Wales. The wife of hunky actor Chris Hemsworth, 33, flew back into Australia just last week and on Friday was pictured walking barefoot through the popular tourist destination with a friend.

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  10. Rain on the way for Mardi GrasRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2017 | NEWS.com.au

    Sugar Cane AKA Brett Paradise is taking part in Sydney's 2017 Gay and Lesbian mardi gras festival. Picture: Mark Kolbe/Getty Images.

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  11. Sydney hail insurance claims hit $186m as more storms on the wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2017 | ABC News

    Insurance claims for damage caused by last month's hail storms across Sydney and Wollongong have risen to nearly $186 million, but there are concerns affected homes will be hit again with heavy rains forecast this weekend. The hail hit during a series of severe thunderstorms that battered the east coast of New South Wales two weeks ago.

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  12. Australian Guineas Day Flemington racing previewRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2017 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Andrew Webster and Michael Chammas give the lowdown on who and what to watch out for in this year's competition. Leicester have climbed out of the relegation zone with an unexpected win over Liverpool in their first match since sacking coach Claudio Ranieri .

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  13. Enjoying power of penRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2017 | The Courier

    FREEHAND FUN: Literacy expert Louse Park puts pen to paper with Dana Street grade six pupils Emmanuella and Xavier. Picture: Luka Kauzlaric Visiting literacy expert and best-selling children's author Louise Park said the benefits of putting pen to paper for youngsters, was "mind-blowing".

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  14. Australian anti-coal seam gas activists go globalRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2017 | ABC News

    Activists who fought off coal seam gas exploration on the New South Wales north coast are sharing their successful formula with communities across the globe facing their own environmental battles. Northern NSW activists Brendan Shoebridge, Simon Clough and Ian Gaillard will travel to the UK in May to provide training in non-violent protest planning and methods, and to screen the documentary The Bentley Effect.

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  15. Opal fare changes help boost ticket revenue for NSW government by 9pc to $28m a weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2017 | Sydney Morning Herald

    An overhaul of Opal fares last September has helped boost the amount of ticket revenue the NSW government collects from public transport by almost 9 per cent to nearly $28 million a week, internal documents reveal. They show average revenue from trips using Opal cards on the state's transport network jumped from $25.7 million a week in the five weeks before the changes on September 5, to $27.9 million a week in November.

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  16. Extent of Sydney's Bankstown Line closure revealed in government reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2017 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Commuters face the closure of Sydney's Bankstown Line for up to two months each year for five years from 2019 and more than the usual number of shut downs at weekends to allow for construction of a new multibillion-dollar metro train line. Those closures are in addition to the shut down of the rail line for three to six months towards the end of the construction phase of the project in late 2023.

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  17. Indonesian President Widodo visits AustraliaRead the original story

    Feb 24, 2017 | Xinhuanet

    Relations between Australia and Indonesia have been strained following a high-profile incident in early 2015 when two Australians were executed in Indonesia for drug trafficking. Following the deaths, the Australian government removed its embassy staff from the country, but since then moves have been made by both sides to repair ties and boost trade.

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  18. UNE Lions to begin trialling next monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 23, 2017 | Northern Daily Leader

    Exciting times: Members of the Aussie Pearls show off the UNE jersey. UNE Lions coaching staff recently spent some time with the Pearls ahead of the commencement of the Lions' program.

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  19. Brisbane Winter Carnival awaits Hughie GreenRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 23, 2017 | HarnessLink.com

    The Queensland horseman has returned home this week following an extended harness racing campaign with a small but select team which took in three states of Australia. Cremin, along with his wife Tanya, went south originally with a team of two, talented trotter Melpark Royal Son and intermediate grade pacer Psychedelic before being joined by former classy New Zealand pacer Hughie Green mid-way through their travels.

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  20. Nudists flee Noosa, take $2 million a year to Byron BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 22, 2017 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Queensland has lost a $2 million-a-year tourism event to New South Wales where nude bathing is legal and their police do not arrest nudists for wilful exposure. The annual Nude Olympics, which pulls more than 600 people a year to Noosa's Alexandria Bay after the first event 40 years ago, has been cancelled.

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