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St. Helens Reporter
'My cousin flew out from Oz to donate her kidney'
A desperately ill woman from St Helens has been given the gift of life after her cousin flew half way around the world to donate a kidney.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Kidney donor's 10,000 mile journey
A Merseyside teacher is recovering in hospital after receiving a kidney transplant from her cousin, who flew from Australia for the operation.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
The News Tribune
Karen Peterson: Stories tell of hidden world within Tacoma's midst
But oh, what a set of geological wonders are the gulches of Tacoma's North End. And what an interesting frame for a story that's really about local citizen activism, about preserving the native environment vs. development, about public safety, the homeless and the magical hidden places in our midst.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
New jets won't increase aircraft noise levels, ADF predicts
New F-35 Joint Strike Fighters would produce comparable noise levels to the FA-18 Hornet fighter jets they are replacing, the Australian Defence Force has predicted.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Australia's Asciano says in talks to sell stake in ports and logistics arm
Australia's Asciano Ltd said it is in talks to sell a stake in its ports and logistics business, with media reporting state-run China Merchants Group Ltd is interested and that a deal may be worth up to A$1.1 billion .
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Oil and Gas Online
Cintec Announces Portable Inflatable Tank For Use In Hydraulic Fracturing
CINTEC, an international leader in the field of structural masonry retrofit strengthening, repair, preservation and blast mitigation, announces a new 64,000-liter addition to the Waterwall line of self-inflating tanks.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Indigenous historians say black diggers are missing from military history books
TANYA NOLAN: On the battlefields of the First World War they fought alongside their comrades as equals.
Peaked Pies provides an Aussie favourite
Since opening the doors on July 6, the restaurant has been filled to the brim with happy and hungry customers.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Sydney Morning Herald
Shipyards need major upgrades: Johnston
Defence Minister David Johnston says Australia's shipyards won't have the capacity to build new navy supply ships without significant spending.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
The Otago Daily Times
Snowfall welcome around skifields
Daniel and Luke Harragon, brothers from Newcastle, Australia, enjoy the snowfall at Cardrona Alpine Resort yesterday.