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  1. Armidale athletes feature in Australia Day awardsRead the original story

    32 min ago | Northern Daily Leader

    ARMIDALE'S talented and committed athletes and sporting administrators figured prominently in the Armidale Dumaresq Council Australia Day Awards at Armidale Racecourse yesterday. ARMIDALE'S talented and committed athletes and sporting administrators figured prominently in the Armidale Dumaresq Council Australia Day Awards at Armidale Racecourse yesterday.

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  2. Scientists say the test can help people make crucial choices as their lives draw to a closeRead the original story w/Photo

    49 min ago | 1450 WILM NEWSRADIO

    Researchers in the U.K. say they've come up with a test that will single out elderly patients likely to die within 30 days of coming to the hospital. Scientists at the University of New South Wales say the test can help people make crucial choices as their lives draw to a close.

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  3. Test Determines Which Patients Will Die In Next 30 DaysRead the original story w/Photo

    53 min ago | Heaven 600

    Researchers in the U.K. say they've come up with a test that will single out elderly patients likely to die within 30 days of coming to the hospital. Scientists at the University of New South Wales say the test can help people make crucial choices as their lives draw to a close.

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  4. New website showcases the art of Les Peterkin, ASOPA legendRead the original story w/Photo

    53 min ago | Asopa People

    THE Les Peterkin Portrait Prize is one of the most popular exhibitions held each year in the Tweed River Art Gallery in northern New South Wales - and there's a Papua New Guinean connection. According to the local newspaper, the prize, is "a celebration of the artistic skills of local primary school students."

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  5. The worst of times - " and the best of the worstRead the original story w/Photo

    58 min ago | Shepparton News Online

    For 19 years Paul McKenzie's life has been confined to a wheelchair, totally reliant on technology to maintain any semblance of normality. It is a life of pain, of limitation, frustration and, overall, Christopher Best writes, a miraculous comeback paid for in large part by an anonymous collection of people in the street.

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  6. Bill Hetherington one of two Deni Order of Australia recipientsRead the original story w/Photo

    59 min ago | Shepparton News Online

    Bill Hetherington has been awarded the Order of Australia Medal for his contribution to Deniliquin's irrigation industry and the community. Mr Hetherington, who was one of two locals to be named in the Australia Day honours list, said he was honoured to receive the prestigious award.

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  7. Fuel prices angers driversRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Benalla Ensign

    District motorists are fed up with high fuel prices in Rochester and surrounds - at times the gap between here and Melbourne has been as much as 30c. The price of oil has almost halved in the past 12 months which has seen fuel prices in metropolitan areas dip below $1 a litre for the first time in years.

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  8. Former Deni man receives OAMRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Benalla Ensign

    Andrew Harper was awarded an Order of Australia Medal for his service to environmental science and research, and to adventure tourism. The 51 year-old took an interest in cameleering in the 1990s, and it soon became an all-consuming passion.

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  9. Catriona begged to come to DeniRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Benalla Ensign

    Ambassador Catriona Rowntree with Deniliquin Rotarians Di Hand, Garry Baker, Denise Phillips, Ian Lance, Martin Wilmshurst, Barb Trist and Neil Whelan. The Getaway host, who was Murray Shire's ambassador in 2013, attended yesterday's ceremony with her sons Andrew and Charlie and husband James.

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  10. Blackstone Announces Sale of Gold Fields House in Sydney to Dalian Wanda GroupRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    Sydney, Australia, January 26th, 2015: Blackstone Real Estate Partners VI , through its portfolio company, Valad, has entered into a binding agreement to sell Gold Fields House , located at Circular Quay in Sydney's central business district, to Dalian Wanda Group for approximately A$415 million. Valad was acquired by Blackstone in a public to private transaction in 2011 and was Blackstone's first, major real estate investment in Australia.

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  11. 26 January 1808: Australia's Rum RebellionRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | MoneyWeek

    On this day in 1808 the New South Wales Corps led by Major George Johnson carried out the only forceful takeover of power in Australian history. The revolt is popularly known as the Rum Rebellion, because the illicit trade in alcohol and spirits was one of the main causes of the coup d'A tat.

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  12. Critics pounce on Australian PM's decision to knight Prince Philip: ...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Canada.com

    Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, right, and her husband Prince Philip board a plane flying to Perth from Melbourne airport on their way to attend the Commonwealth heads of government meeting in 2011. Australia's prime minister on Monday dismissed criticism of his decision to make the Duke of Edinburgh an Australian knight.

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  13. Refugee camp children citizens for first timeRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Examiner

    Happy to be Australian citizens, the Koirala family, of Mowbray, from left, Yashada, Muna, Surya and Kesabi. Rear: Khina Maya and Rup Narayan.

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  14. Australia Day tribute paid on Kennet & Avon Canal.Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Wiltshire Times

    Sydney's founding father, Admiral Arthur Phillips, is said to be buried at St Nicholas' Church, Bathampton, so a canal boat carrying an image of the Australian flag set off for the village from Foxhangers Canal Boat Holidays, Devizes, in tribute.

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  15. Heidi Klum launches her lingerie line alongside four hunky topless...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    The German supermodel had a big grin on her face as she got up close and personal with the four tanned models Thank goodness we don't have to hang around with a bunch of hunky shirtless male models day in, day out. Lucky Heidi hit the red carpet on Monday, where she attended the launch of her lingerie line Heidi Klum Intimates in Sydney, Australia.

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  16. What state's cops can learn from SydneyRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    UP to 400 Australians are now estimated to be either fighting for Islamic State terrorists in the Middle East or actively supporting their cause here at home. IT became the status quo, but the era of shrinking supermarket bills is now over, but there is reason to believe grocery costs won't spiral upwards.

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  17. Iraq miss out on Asian Cup finalRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Swindon Advertiser

    YASER Kasim's Iraqi teammates could not provide the Swindon Town star with a platform for Asian Cup glory as they lost their semi final 2-0 to South Korea, with the midfielder suspended. Kasim had to watch the semi final from the sidelines after he picked up his second booking of the tournament in the quarter final, when the Lions of Mesopotamia dramatically beat rivals Iran in on penalties.

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  18. NSW woman dies after being swept off rocks near NewcastleRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | ABC News

    A New South Wales woman who was swept off rocks while fishing near Newcastle on Saturday night has died in hospital. The woman was fishing with a friend on a rock platform near Lake Munmorah when she was washed into the water.

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  19. Islamists Cannot Be Allowed to Abuse ToleranceRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Real Clear Politics

    THE French love the idea of France, Americans their country's shining ideal of liberty. Australians simply love their country as it is.

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  20. Aussie spirit all about jumping in to help, firie saysRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Border Mail

    WANGARATTA: Xavier Corboy, 9, from Oxley, waves his flag in the crowd as the Citizen of the Year is being announced. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON WANGARATTA: Lisa Carney - with her husband Shane Carney and daughter Ciara Carney, 2 - has received her Australian Citizenship after living in the country for 17 years, originally from England.

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