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Paid to sniff an armpit? You bet
Mark Gooley is the owner of pet food manufacturer Huds and Toke. He is the taste tester for the pet food.
Wed May 15, 2013
O'Sullivan vies for Racing Victoria award
O'Sullivan is a monthly nominee vying for the Fred Hoysted Medal. He was nominated in January for his achievements with British General and Tuscan Fire.
First pics of asylum boat
NTnews.com.au has published this picture of a boat carrying asylum seekers that came ashore on the Northern Territory coast.
Tue May 14, 2013
Leaping sheep take the prize
A PHOTO of sheep in full flight across a stock yard has won Advertiser photographer Tait Schmaal the production category in the 2013 Australian Rural Photography Awards.
Fri May 10, 2013
Commuters face morning train delays
COMMUTERS will experience lengthy delays on the Werribee and Williamstown lines this morning due to a track fault at Newport.
Thu May 09, 2013
Tony Robison's Time Walks filming in Parramatta
An iconic British actor, best-known for his role as Baldrick in the cult comedy Blackadder, Robinson previously hosted Robinson Explores Australia which is, to date, the highest-rating series ever on the History Channel, followed closely by the first series of Tony Robinson's Time Walks .
More Vic police to carry Tasers
Weapons are frequently used against police in those areas, capsicum spray is often used by officers and officers have frequent dealings with drug affected and irrational people, police say.
New driver training company revs up in Warrnambool
Journey Management Group director Shane Blakeborough, with daughter and local sales manager Jacinta and wife, CEO Debbie, at their new Warrnambool training facility.
Basketballers receive training scholarships
Basketball Victoria Country has partnered with UB WestVic Academy of Sport and University of Ballarat to offer athlete development programs and support that complement their existing training and coaching.
Tue May 07, 2013
10 million reasons to raise south-west cancer centre hopes
TEARS of joy flowed last night over the state government's $10 million budget announcement for construction of a regional radiotherapy base in Warrnambool.
Mon May 06, 2013
$400m boost for hospital projects
SICK kids and patients requiring eye and ear surgery are set to benefit from a $400 million injection to fund two major hospital projects.
Infrastructure, front-line services focus in budget
The Victorian Government says the state budget to be handed down today will focus on infrastructure and front-line services.
Mayor wants state budget support for Hamilton
SOUTHERN Grampians Shire mayor Albert Calvano says Hamilton has a very important role to play in supporting freight movements and has called on state government support in today's budget.
Chrissy Amphlett: The Unlikely Gay Icon
Trailblazer, agent provocateur, gay icon: Chrissy Amphlett leaves an indelible mark on Australia's entertainment and music scene.
Sun May 05, 2013
Macklin: Women on $150,000 not 'ordinary'
Families Minister Jenny Macklin has attacked Tony Abbott on his paid parental leave plan.
Boarder fix for asylum seekers
The Sunday Times last month revealed boat people would become live-in companions for retirees and "help out'' on farms under a new homestay scheme supported by the Immigration Department.
South-west motorists pay 28c/l more for fuel
WEST motorists paying up to 28 cents a litre more for fuel than metropolitan outlets have been urged to back an RACV campaign for a fairer market.
M.A.D.E gets a good reaction from the public
REACTIONS to Australia's newest museum were mainly positive as the public got its first look at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka on Saturday.
VC hero in secret talks with Abbott
THE political rumour hounds were set loose in Geelong today when Victoria Cross recipient Ben Roberts-Smith met behind closed doors with Opposition Leader Tony Abbott.
Abbott to be in Pollie Pedal, PM or not
OPPOSITION Leader Tony Abbott has vowed he'll hop on his bike to raise money for charity next year even if he becomes prime minister.