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Joel Edwards takes the ball forward for the Raiders
Joel Edwards of the Raiders about to be tackled by the Knights defence during the round two NRL match between the Newcastle Knights and the Canberra Raiders at Hunter Stadium on March 16, 2014 in Newcastle, Australia.
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Thu Apr 10, 2014
The Hamilton Spectator
Port set to expand grains facilities
MEETING a Rural and Regional Committee chairman David O'Brien, committee member Ian Trezise, Port of Portland business development manager Malcolm Geier, committee member Paul Weller and PoP acting company accountant Greg Schultz held informal talks in Portland on Wednesday.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
International Business Times
Joshua Clottey Sends Aussie Anthony Mundine to Retirement
"I want to take some time off and relax. Who knows?" Mundine went down five times total in the bout--- in the 3rd round, twice in the 6th round, 8th round and another one in the 10th round.
West Hawaii Today
In Brief | Schools | 4-9-14
For his Eagle project, he oversaw the design, planning and building of a recycling center for the Ulu Wini housing project in Kailua-Kona.
Tiny Australian crayfish is brand new species
The smallest freshwater crayfish are vulnerable to predation, rapid human development.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Cameron Hammond To Now Face Pramool Boonpok
Australian prospect Cameron Hammond has had a late change of opponent for his appearance on the undercard of the big Mundine v Clottey card in Newcastle, New South Wales.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Does junk food affect inhalers?
Researchers found that exposure to fatty acids had a detrimental effect on the transport of the inhaler treatment through bronchial epithelial cells.
Wall Street Journal
Abbott May Lose Sway in Australia Senate
NEWCASTLE, Australia-A rerun of Senate election in Australia's biggest state came as a disappointment to Prime Minister Tony Abbott's administration, with a big swing away from the conservative government to minor parties that could hamper its ability to legislate.
Wall Street Journal
Rio Tinto Loses Coal Fight
NEWCASTLE, Australia-Rio Tinto PLC failed to overturn a court decision blocking the expansion of one of its largest Australian coal pits, in the latest blow to its mining operations already bruised by weak demand and commodity fuel prices.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
$26m Gold Coast drug bust to trigger extradition bid
Police will seek the extradition of three men from interstate this week, as investigations continue in one of the biggest drug operations on Queensland's Gold Coast.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
The truth about life at 27
OLD enough to have job, young enough to party. Life at 27 is pretty sweet right? Real Aussies tell us why it's not necessarily all it's cracked up to be.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Helicopter, UAV Nearly Collide In Australia
An emergency services helicopter and a UAV were involved in a near collision in Australia recently, according to media reports.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Manawatu Evening Standard
Man found dead, hog-tied recently inherited fortune
Anthony Thomas O'Grady would tell almost everyone he met about the A$420,000 he had inherited when his mother passed away last year, says his flatmate Peter Hore.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Newcastle's Alex McKinnon placed in an induced coma after neck surgery
"He's been in an induced coma just to help with the recovery from the surgery and to make sure there is no movement there," Knights chief executive Matt Gidley told News Corp Australia.
Health Insurance Market in Australia 2012-2016
The healthcare system in is quite a robust model which lays focus on health as well as social well-being.
Michael Vick's Deal with the New York Jets Upsets Woman, Who Attacks Wrong Team
Michael Vick is still a controversial figure in the NFL , and his move to the New York Jets last week has people talking about him again.
Sun Mar 23, 2014
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Child Sexual Abuse in the Church
Well before the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, Walkley Gold Award winning journalist Joanne McCarthy, clinical psychologist Sue Bartho, Catholic Bishop Geoffrey Robinson and Barrister Garth Blake were responding to the crisis.
Sat Mar 22, 2014
Manawatu Evening Standard
Nina crew lost at sea too
Parents of a teenage girl who was among seven people presumed lost when the American yacht Nina disappeared in the Tasman Sea last year have reacted strongly to the vast effort now underway to find the missing Malaysian Airliner in the Indian Ocean.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
$1.7b Hunter Expressway officially opened
The $1.7 billion Hunter Expressway has been officially opened, with expectations it will take thousands of large trucks off the roads that pass through small Hunter Valley towns.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
Doctor follows dream from Uganda to Stawell
Known as 'Dr Eleazer', the GP is originally from Uganda and studied medicine in China after receiving an academic scholarship.