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2 hrs ago | Queanbeyan Age
The National Rugby Championship, a brand new domestic club rugby competition that has been re-introduced by the Australian Rugby Union this year, will aim at bridging the gap between local club rugby and the Super Rugby competition in Australia.
4 hrs ago | Canberra City News
EIGHTY year old Canberran, Dorothy Fletcher, a representative member of Canberra Lacemaking Association, will showcase her fine lacework at Australia's most popular craft and quilting event, the Canberra Craft & Quilt Fair.
6 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
IT has been 100 days since Joe Hockey handed down his first budget and we're still talking about it.
10 hrs ago | The Hamilton Spectator
The Hamilton Spectator reported extensively on Sheepvention 2014 in our issues on Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday .
11 hrs ago | CSIRO Publishing
Mark Ballantyne A C , Catherine M. Pickering A , Keith L. McDougall B and Genevieve T. Wright B A Environmental Futures Centre, School of Environment, Griffith University, Gold Coast, Qld 4222, Australia.
16 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has delivered on election promises to repeal a carbon tax and loosen environmental regulation -- much to the dismay of conservationists.
20 hrs ago | Malaysian National News Agency
20 hrs ago | ABC News
MARK COLVIN: After warning of a communist Chinese invasion yesterday, the Senate crossbencher Jacqui Lambie has now suggested that Indonesia and other countries in the region could one day be a threat to Australia.
"Canberra is a city weighed down with regulation, but precious little compliance enforcement except when powerful interests are threatened," writes Lowbrow columnist JOHN GRIFFITHS This month has seen the death of an electrician exposed to the toxic houses and there are still in the order of a thousand houses with wispy asbestos fibres leaching ... (more)
Young Australians are more politically engaged than many older Australians and are just as likely to stand for public office, according to new research from the Museum of Australian Democracy.
EXCLUSIVE: Time is ticking for the government. If it doesn't resolve the $7 GP fee stalemate, doctors will go public with a secret compromise proposal.
The Australian government has announced that it will release around 150 children held in immigration detention centres, as Canberra faces pressure over its controversial immigration policy and criticism that detaining minors is detrimental to their mental and physical health.
In Lindenhurst road construction. two lanes closed on Sunrise Hwy/NY Rt-27 WB between N Monroe Ave and Bayview Ave in Copiague In Bellmore road construction.
"The more women in politics the better. They get upset when one calls the other a 'cow'.
"I love this car," said Michael Chamberlain yesterday, as the National Museum in Canberra took possession of the canary yellow Holden Torana hatchback in which his daughter, Azaria, was alleged to have been murdered at Ayers Rock in 1980.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 10:38 pm
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