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  1. Dogs, Blues keen to bounce back at QEORead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bendigo Advertiser

    Footscray-Edgewater and Carlton will be both striving to get back on the Premier Cricket winners list on Saturday when they meet in their Bush Bash game at the Queen Elizabeth Oval. FOOTSCRAY-Edgewater and Carlton will be both striving to get back on the Premier Cricket winners list on Saturday when they meet in their Bush Bash game at the Queen Elizabeth Oval.

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  2. Shadow Minister for Agriculture and Rural Affairs Joel Fitzgibbon delivers Ararat lectureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Ararat Advertiser

    SHADOW Minister for Agriculture and Rural Affairs Joel Fitzgibbon delivered the 12th J K McDougall Lecture Series in Ararat last week. SHADOW Minister for Agriculture and Rural Affairs Joel Fitzgibbon delivered the 12th J K McDougall Lecture Series in Ararat last week.

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  3. Paedophile ran milk bar near schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Age

    An interstate convicted child sex offender, who was able to run a milk bar near a high school in Melbourne's south east and gain access to another young victim, has been jailed. His sentencing this week has come as national policing authorities recently struck down a controversial proposal to make the register available to the public.

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  4. Our Cup questRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Northern Territory News

    Brown and his wife Elisha head to England on Friday with the intention of bidding for a horse at the Newmarket Tried Horse Sale to compete in a future 3200 metres race. Speaking exclusively to the NT News on Thursday from his Flemington stables, Brown said the reason for the whistle-stop, first-time visit to London was to check out the best horses at the Newmarket sale.

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  5. Perth shift a hard sellRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Yahoo!

    West Coast and Fremantle will find it increasingly difficult to convince players with young families to move to Perth to play football, according to Collingwood recruit Travis Varcoe. Varcoe moved to Collingwood after 138 games and two premierships with Geelong.

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  6. Cricket: Aaron Finch to fire at Eastern OvalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | The Courier

    AUSTRALIAN Twenty20 captain Aaron Finch is poised to light up Eastern Oval in Saturday's Victorian Premier Cricket country round. Aaron Finch in action for the Melbourne Renegades at the Eastern Oval last year.

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  7. Whiteheads kick on at University of SydneyRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Central Western Daily

    WERE it not for the Whitehead patriarch Rodney uprooting the family from Ballarat and moving to Orange, brothers Tom and Daniel would be kicking a Sherrin football, rather than pulling on an oar. SIBLING RIVALRY: The Whitehead brothers Daniel and Tom , pictured with Kathryn Pasquali, Eden Taylorwood-Roe and Luke Weeks, have shone since moving to Sydney University.

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  8. Melbourne Cup beckons Geelong winner, runner-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Warrnambool Standard

    DESPITE filling the quinella in yesterday's $300,000 Geelong Cup, Caravan Rolls On and runner-up Marksmanship have to push forward to the Lexus Stakes on November 1 as they try to force their way into the Melbourne Cup field. DESPITE filling the quinella in yesterday's $300,000 Geelong Cup, Caravan Rolls On and runner-up Marksmanship have to push forward to the Lexus Stakes on November 1 as they try to force their way into the Melbourne Cup field.

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  9. South-west voters spoilt for choiceRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Warrnambool Standard

    A JUMBLE of cyclists, sex workers, euthanasia campaigners, shooters, religious rightists and environmental leftists are set to battle for the region's upper house seat. A JUMBLE of cyclists, sex workers, euthanasia campaigners, shooters, religious rightists and environmental leftists are set to battle for the region's upper house seat.

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  10. Soldier rememberedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | The Courier

    Remembered: Faye Weeks, Anzac centenary patron and former Victorian premier Ted Baillieu, Jennifer Weeks, Brian Weeks and Dorothy Easton at the commemoration at Princes Pier in Port Melbourne. Daniel Robert Weeks and the 8th Battalion, recruited mainly from Ballarat and the surrounding districts, set sail from Station Pier on October 19, just over 100 years ago, as part of a convoy bound for Egypt.

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  11. Finch to fire on Eastern OvalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | The Courier

    AUSTRALIAN Twenty20 captain Aaron Finch is poised to light up Eastern Oval in Saturday's Victorian Premier Cricket country round. Finch has been confirmed as a starter by his home club, Geelong, for its clash in Ballarat with Frankston Peninsula.

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  12. Caravan Rolls On wins Geelong CupRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 21 | ABC News

    Caravan Rolls On may still struggle to make the Melbourne Cup field despite his victory in the Geelong Cup on Wednesday. The former European galloper was aided by a top Craig Williams ride to claim the $300,000 event ahead of Marksmanship and Like A Carousel .

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  13. Fraser A Gorman Unveils New Single 'The Book Of Love' For Free Download [Listen]Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | ContactMusic.com

    With his violent shock of vertical curls, three-piece suit and excitable roguish charm, Fraser A Gorman cuts a striking figure. Similarly, the music the 23-year-old Melbourne-based singer-songwriter makes stands out amidst any scene or sound.

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  14. Academies to prep graduate teachersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | NEWS.com.au

    AT least 50 kindergartens will close on Wednesday as teachers campaigning for better pay and conditions walk off the job, with another 450 to run limited services. LIST OF AFFECTED SITES ROSIE Batty has hit out at police and child protection workers, saying no one tried to stop her ex-partner until it was too late.

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  15. Supporters remember impact of Gough Whitlam's rare south-west visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | Warrnambool Standard

    HOME territory of his then arch-nemesis Malcolm Fraser, Gough Whitlam rarely ventured to south-west Victoria except for a few occasions. HOME territory of his then arch-nemesis Malcolm Fraser, Gough Whitlam rarely ventured to south-west Victoria except for a few occasions.

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  16. What is the Coalition promising voters in 2014?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | NEWS.com.au

    NOT so long ago, the humble outhouse was a feature of many suburban backyards. Then a big move changed the way Australians lived.

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  17. Saints continue recruiting successRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | Border Mail

    MYRTLEFORD'S impressive off-season recruiting campaign has continued with Wagga Tigers utility John Simpson signing with the Ovens and Murray club. MYRTLEFORD'S impressive off-season recruiting campaign has continued with Wagga Tigers utility John Simpson signing with the Ovens and Murray club.

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  18. Milera set to be delisted by St KildaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | The Age

    St Kilda forward Terry Milera will be delisted in coming days after the Saints were unable to find him a new home during the trade period. In August, Milera had made it known he was keen to move back to his native South Australia, despite having one year to run on his contract.

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  19. Cinema-on-demand takes offRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 19 | Inside Film

    Shoot in HD without the encumbrance of cables. Transmit wirelessly with the new Airpul wireless audio and video transmission system.

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  20. Central Wendouree downs Lara for first winRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | The Courier

    Skippers Greg Roberts and John Glenton sealed the win, with their two rinks pulling back 38 shots on their respective opponents after the lunch break. "Any win is a good win at this stage of the year, but to get that first win is important.

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