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  1. From the cheap seatsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    "It pitches, it runs, it's in the hole." - a Hamish McLachlan, re Josh Caddy, Geelong v Gold Coast, Seven In Jonathan Brown's case, it was merely an example of the communal joy able to be derived from a simple slip of the tongue during the long commentary day's haul.

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  2. From the cheap seatsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Age

    "It pitches, it runs, it's in the hole." - a Hamish McLachlan, re Josh Caddy, Geelong v Gold Coast, Seven In Jonathan Brown's case, it was merely an example of the communal joy able to be derived from a simple slip of the tongue during the long commentary day's haul.

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  3. Victorian boy injured in cliff fallRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    "YOU are loved and held in the highest esteem" - after an emotional morning of dawn services, Aussies have attended marches to commemorate Anzac Day. THE Budget razor gang is considering ending a perk that allows employees of not-for-profit organisations to avoid paying tax on food, alcohol, holidays, cruises, weddings and corporate boxes.

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  4. VFL: Loss of Curnow puts focus on Roosters defender BoseleyRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Courier

    Boseley must take on increased responsibility as a tall with Bryce Curnow sidelined with a side strain and likely to be rested for a couple of weeks from the Victorian Football League. Selkirk Roosters coach Gerard FitzGerald is unable to otherwise definitively name his team because AFL partner North Melbourne must still confirm its line-up for its Sunday game against Geelong.

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  5. Loss of Curnow puts focus on defender Boseley to step upRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Courier

    Boseley must take on increased responsibility as a tall with Bryce Curnow sidelined with a side strain and likely to be rested for a couple of weeks from the Victorian Football League. Selkirk Roosters coach Gerard FitzGerald is unable to otherwise definitively name his team because AFL partner North Melbourne must still confirm its line-up for its Sunday game against Geelong.

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  6. How Australian schoolboys were trained for World War IRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | Sydney Morning Herald

    "Far from being afraid, I really enjoyed the first few days on the line in France, finding my surroundings so weird and novel; but this feeling unfortunately proved to be short-lived, for I soon realised I was there to kill or be killed, and not for a joke." These thoughts, written in 1915 by schoolboy Reg Cunningham, who was just 15 when he left for the Western Front, capture a sense of the courage and foreboding shared by thousands of youngsters who enlisted in World War I. "We pride ourselves on the fact we had no conscription, but many were drilled in military exercises in public and private schools across the country," says historian and author Maxwell Waugh.

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  7. My life as an ice addictRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NEWS.com.au

    KEVIN Dennis can't look at his wedding photos the same way after he noticed something strange. Look a little closer.

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  8. Anzac Day weather: all you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NEWS.com.au

    WEATHER bureau staff have been fighting for a pay rise and they've cooked up a cold revenge plot to target the Abbott Government if it doesn't cough up. POLICE have arrested a man in connection with the grisly find of a woman's body in the back of a car.

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  9. Back on track at 'home' gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Advocate

    NORTH West Thunder big man Brad Simpson will receive a belated homecoming when he returns to Canberra tomorrow night to face his old team. Simpson's chronic back problem saw him miss the corresponding road trip late last year before the 24-year-old was forced to pull out of the club's program on the eve of their failed SEABL finals campaign.

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  10. Calf makes Cochranes $112,000 in eight secondsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | South Coast Register

    NEW RECORD: US buying agent Dusty Schirm, Global Impact sale manager Declan Patten and Callum Moscript, with vendors Alex, Craig and Jared Cochrane and Rocky Allen, with handler Jess Mumford and three-month-old Parrabel Rockstar O'Kalibra-Imp-ET which sold for $112,000. Alex, Craig and Jared Cochrane of Nowra and Geelong, who run Parrabel Genetics, in partnership with Rocky Allen of Cobargo and Jeff Nelmes of the Gold Coast, sold the three-month-old Parrabel Rockstar O'Kalibra-Imp-ET for $112,000 at the Global Impact Sale at Lardner Park in Gippsland, on Tuesday.

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  11. Tasmania's Premier denies he misled the public over his stance on fishing trawlerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | ABC News

    Tasmania's Premier denies claims he has been "tricky" and "sneaky" in the way he portrayed his position on a controversial fishing trawler. The 95-metre Geelong Star is allowed to take more than 16,000 tonnes of fish from southern Australian waters, including off Tasmania.

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  12. Dolphins, seals killed by Geelong Star trawlerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Narooma News

    THE VESSEL: The Geelong Star is a 3, 181 tonne, 90m fishing vessel owned by Seafish Tasmania out of Triabunna. Photos and info from www.shipspotting.com THE VESSEL: The Geelong Star is a 3, 181 tonne, 90m fishing vessel owned by Seafish Tasmania out of Triabunna.

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  13. No Gold, but Jones keeping eye on VFLRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Bendigo Advertiser

    Aussie Jones could have been forgiven for thinking last weekend there was a party on and he wasn't invited. AUSSIE Jones could have been forgiven for thinking last weekend there was a party on and he wasn't invited.

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  14. Liberals block condemnation of trawlerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Examiner

    THE state government has blocked a move to condemn the presence of the controversial Geelong Star fishing trawler in Australian waters. THE state government has blocked a move to condemn the presence of the controversial Geelong Star fishing trawler in Australian waters.

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  15. BoM releases quarterly climate outlookRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Mercury

    Only Tasmania, southern Victoria, Arnhem Land and the northern tip of Cape York Peninsula are expecting average or drier conditions between May and July, according to the BOM's latest three-monthly climate outlook. This prediction comes despite the BOM's prediction last week that there is now at least a 70 per cent chance an El Nino will affect Australia by winter.

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  16. Live Coverage: Question TimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Examiner

    The government's decision to block a move to condemn the presence of the Geelong Star fishing trawler in Australian waters is likely to be the focus during question time this morning. The Greens and Labor both backed a motion to oppose the controversial trawler in Parliament last night, but the government removed clauses criticising the Commonwealth's decision to allow it to fish in Australia.

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  17. Expert keen to smoke out the truthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | The Mercury

    Wood-smoke pollution in the Derwent Valley. An air-quality expert says nearly every Tasmanian rural town that is located in a valley will have a winter wood-smoke problem.

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  18. Plea as power connection costs soarRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | The Mercury

    TASMANIA'S Property Council is calling on TasNetworks to reverse a pricing regimen that has increased the cost of house blocks by up to $8000. Developers say the cost of subdivision infrastructure to connect electricity has gone from about $1800 per block three years ago to between $6000 and $10,000 per block.

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  19. Showdown on gun lawsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | The Mercury

    THE State Government could have its work cut out convincing the Upper House to agree to mandatory sentencing in new Tasmanian gun laws. Amendments to the Tasman ian Firearms Act, which passed the House of Ass embly last month, include three-month mandatory minimum jail terms for possession of stolen firearms.

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  20. Child card bottleneckRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | The Mercury

    TASMANIANS are signing statutory declarations to work with children because of a backlog in assessing the cards that aim to protect vulnerable people. New figures, provided to the Mercury by the Justice Department, show there are more than 2000 Tasmanians still waiting for background checks so they can get a "Working with Vulnerable People Card".

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