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  1. Muay Thai Fighter Knocks Out Opponent with Crushing Roundhouse KickRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | BleacherReport

    The details of the fight are a bit cloudy, but what we do know is the shorter fighter, Jonathan Tuhu, delivered the spinning kick to his much taller opponent in Newcastle, Australia, at some point earlier this year.

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  2. This Tornado Kick Falling Tree KO Might Have "Knockout of the Year" Wrapped Up [VIDEO]Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Cage Potato

    On November 1st in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, Muay Thai ace Jonathan "Jungle Doctor" Tuhu obliterated his opponent with a 360-degree kamikaze-style tornado kick. Now, we've seen some pretty fantastic spinning-kick knockouts this year, but what sets this one apart is the reaction of the KO-victim, who drools out his mouthpiece, drools a little bit more, then falls to earth in the most dramatic falling tree impression since Vovchanchyn vs. Bueno .

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  3. John Singleton threatens to target major parties in Central Coast campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | ABC News

    Businessman John Singleton has vowed to make "life hell" for the major political parties if they do not make a written funding commitment for the New South Wales Central Coast. The multi-millionaire, who lives on the Central Coast, said four self-funded independents would run in the state election in March if the Government and Opposition fail to commit serious funds to revive the region.

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  4. Sporting world honours Phillip HughesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    Sporting codes across Australia have found their own way of honouring Phillip Hughes following news of the cricketer's passing on Thursday. With the cricket world plunged into deep mourning, authorities in Australia announced several recommendations for ways the much-loved batsman could be remembered across the nation.

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  5. Phillip Hughes death: Doctors reveal cricket ball split his artery, ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Mail

    Doctors who treated Phillip Hughes after he was struck on the side of the head by a cricket ball have described the condition he died from as 'incredibly rare' and 'very freakish'. Team doctor Peter Brukner said on Thursday that only a hundred cases of vertebral artery dissection had ever been reported.

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  6. Hughes suffered extremely rare, freak injury to neckRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Cricketer International

    Phillip Hughes was the victim of a freakish accident, the kind that is rarely seen in any sphere of life and has only once before been recorded as the result of being struck by a cricket ball. When Hughes was hit in the neck by a ball during the Sheffield Shield match between New South Wales and South Australia at the SCG on Tuesday, one of the main arteries to his brain was compressed, and such trauma can often be immediately fatal.

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  7. Hughes's best cricket was aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Bendigo Advertiser

    After being shunted between positions three, four and six during his most recent stint at the top, the suspicion was that he would have to bide his time until veteran opener Chris Rogers retired. Once that vacancy arose, however, he would be given an extended period to make it his own.

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  8. Test return was a certaintyRead the original story

    Wednesday | Sydney Morning Herald

    After being shunted between positions three, four and six during his most recent stint at the top, the suspicion was that he would have to bide his time until veteran opener Chris Rogers retired. Once that vacancy arose, however, he would be given an extended period to make it his own.

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  9. Melbourne Box Pot Lining Up BiddersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 26 | Marine News

    Three of Australia's largest infrastructure funds plan to bid for the country's largest container terminal in a sale expected to fetch about A$5 billion for Victoria state, a source with knowledge of the process said on Wednesday. The prospect of three bidders suggests Victoria, Australia's second most populous state, will reap a hefty price for the asset and encourage other Australian states looking to sell a combined A$130 billion of assets in the next 18 months.

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  10. Orange Express: Wednesday, November 26Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Central Western Daily

    Here's a gallery of photos from Friday when students from Canobolas Rural Technology High School celebrated the end of school. Orange City Council will start looking for a site to erect resuscitation signs at Lake Canobolas next week following concerns about water safety .

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  11. Racing: Battle for Miracle Mile leadRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | The New Zealand Herald

    Easy On The Eye is drawn to lead in the Miracle Mile at Menangle on Saturday night. Picture / Christine Cornege Forgotten New Zealand pacer Easy On The Eye all of a sudden holds the key to the A$750,000 Miracle Mile.

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  12. Watch the moment a woman loses the plot after lightning explodes...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | Daily Mail

    Who bares, wins! Jennifer Lopez, 45, reveals her toned stomach in bold wrap dress as stars gather for the American Music Awards 'The cops know what they're doing, he doesn't': Angry father speaks out after his 12-year-old son was shot dead by cops after he was spotted with BB gun in play park Obama admits America is ready for a new leader as he says voters want to 'trade in him in' for someone with that 'new car smell' Alec Baldwin's stalker is back outside of the actor's HOME after serving six months at Riker's Island for stalking him and his family Cops gave 16-year-old driver who fell asleep and caused crash that killed five of his family a ticket - but DA decides he has 'suffered enough' Band of brothers: Mother who adopted two brothers adopts all SIX of their birth siblings so they can be together Obama defends using executive action to tackle immigration, and insists: 'Everybody ... (more)

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  13. Stopping the blowout holesRead the original story

    Monday Nov 17 | The Sand Trap

    Might be an OK strategy in the short term but the ceiling is pretty low with that strategy. FIR is hugely overrated as a stat.

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  14. University study finds high levels of lead, heavy metals in NSW townsRead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | Australian Broadcasting Corporation

    A Macquarie University and Newcastle Herald study has found high levels of lead and other heavy metals in towns on the New South Wales central coast. EMMA ALBERICI, PRESENTER: A study by Macquarie University has found high levels of lead and other heavy metals in towns on the New South Wales Central Coast.

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  15. Good morning, Tassie! | Friday, November 21, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Examiner

    Sunbaking ... Minus the sun. A seal was spotted lounging on the St Patricks College rowing pontoon yesterday.

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  16. Good morning, south-west | Friday, November 21, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Warrnambool Standard

    This includes Newcastle, Cessnock, Blue Mountains, Penrith, Sydney, Bathurst, Moree and Bogan. a-o Matthew James McAlister says he can't recall brutally attacking a bus driver who was simply doing his job, but judging by the screams of the passengers on board it will live with them forever.

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  17. Ballarat breakfast report: November 21, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Courier

    For those of you keeping a close eye on the weather for tomorrow's Ballarat Cup, we are looking at a top of 28 degrees. However, don't be surprised if we also receive a shower during the day with predictions showing a high chance of rain.

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  18. Up and at it | Friday, November 21, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Northern Daily Leader

    NORTH WEST SLOPES AND PLAINS: Hot. Mostly sunny morning. Medium chance of showers this afternoon and thunderstorms during this afternoon and early evening.

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  19. Pike cops lengthy disqualificationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | HarnessLink.com

    Harness Racing New South Wales have concluded its inquiry into reports received from the Australian Government National Measurement Institute that cobalt above the threshold was detected in post race urine samples taken from the following horses trained by Rodney Pike: Charge 1: That he presented SNAP TO IT in race 2, the TAB.com.au Pace conducted at Newcastle on 22 February 2014 when a post race sample taken following its win, upon analysis has been found to contain a prohibited substance. Charge 2: That he presented SNAP TO IT in race 4, the TAB Rewards Charlestown Bowling Club Pace conducted at Newcastle on 6 March 2014 when a post race sample taken following its win, upon analysis has been found to contain a prohibited substance.

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  20. Student busted filming online sex show at college libraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | New York Daily News

    A student at the University of Newcastle in Australia was 'counseled' after she was caught filming sex shows in the library and streaming them online. The woman performed seedy sex acts to hundreds of paying patrons from the comfort of the University of Newcastle's Auchmuty campus, on the New South Wales coast.

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