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Heavy trucks will be fined for travelling on some roads under measures being developed by the O'Farrell government to push them into new motorway tunnels.
One of the reasons adduced to support the theory that MH370 was purposefully flown is its maneuvering.
HEARTS OF GOLD: Cardiologists Dr Suku Thambar and Professor David Muller, who have been integral to the success of Tamworth hospital's cath lab, reflect on the past 10 years.
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AFTER a gruelling campaign marked by mud-slinging, the state faces days of uncertainty as the haggling begins with two independents to decide which party forms government.
Leanne Cullen receives the vaccine from registered nurse Merrie Lewis at the Burnie GP Super Clinic.
Gold Coast coach Guy McKenna reserved special praise for midfielder David Swallow following Saturday's round one win over Richmond.
ELIZABETH JACKSON: New Zealand politicians are officially in campaign mode with the announcement this past week that the country's general election will be held on September the 20th - two months earlier than usual.
In my 9th grade Advanced Placement World History class we learned about nearly every country on almost every continent.
I phoned Julie Read on Wednesday so she could expand on her thoughts on the highest-profile case of her career ASIC's civil action against James Hardie directors which she did.
From the land of Down Under came word of a bank promotion that embraced gay culture during the recent Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
He was the driving force behind the creation of the Electricity Trust of SA, he steered the construction of the Mannum to Adelaide pipeline, guided the expansion of the Housing Trust and oversaw the development of Elizabeth.
Model Georgina Burke walks into New York's Ace Hotel looking every bit the part.
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Peter Carnley, an Archbishop from Australia visiting St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Morristown, will tackle that one in a series of Lenten lectures starting March 16, 2014, and running every Sunday until April 6, from 10 am - 11 am at St. Peter's Parish Hall.
As they scrub the smeared ink from their wrists yet again, left-handed people must sometimes wonder what the point of all this is.