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  1. Tamworth throws ex-Tamworth skipper a lifelineRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Northern Daily Leader

    FORMER NSW Country and Tamworth Country Cup-winning captain Jeff Cook will make a guest appearance for Cardiff-Boolaroo this weekend when they face Hamilton-Wickham in Newcastle district cricket. FORMER NSW Country and Tamworth Country Cup-winning captain Jeff Cook will make a guest appearance for Cardiff-Boolaroo this weekend when they face Hamilton-Wickham in Newcastle district cricket.

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  2. "Energy Metals Limited (EME) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis...Read the original story

    12 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    Energy Metals Limited is a mineral exploration company. The company principally in the field of exploration and development of uranium properties.

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  3. NT schoolkids absent as Minister promotes school attendance programRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | ABC News

    A media event to spruik the successes of an NT school attendance program has not gone to plan for the federal Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion. On Wednesday, Senator Scullion travelled to the small community of Papunya, 250 kilometres west of Alice Springs, to demonstrate how an attendance program picks up children from where they live and puts them in a classroom.

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  4. Four arrests after violent disputeRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Northern Territory News

    Eight police vehicles and numerous police attended a dispute at Hidden Valley Town Camp in Alice Springs. A number of people were arrested.

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  5. Blind Beetles Show Extraordinary Signs of SightRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newswise

    University of Adelaide researchers have made a surprising discovery in the aquifers beneath the Western Australian desert, which challenges the traditional Darwinian view of evolution. A team, lead by Dr Simon Tierney, discovered that a species of blind predatory water beetles - living underground for millions of years - express vision genes which are usually only found in species with eyes.

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  6. "Nobody wants to go to Darwin"Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Northern Territory News

    Andrew Barr responded yesterday to NT Chief Minister Adam Giles' idea to move Australia Day ceremonies out of Canberra and around the rest of the country - including to the NT. Mr Barr, a Labor Chief Minister, took exception to the notion and threw in a bitter swipe at the Territory for good measure.

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  7. 'Bring the boxing ring', NT Chief Minister Adam Giles tells ACT...Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | ABC News

    Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles is lacing up the boxing gloves to teach his counterpart in Canberra a lesson about the Top End. In responding to comments from ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr that " no-one wants to go to Darwin ", Mr Giles was asked by a journalist if he would fight Mr Barr, with the winner's Territory being awarded statehood.

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  8. 'Extraordinary': The blind beetles challenging evolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    Snapchat have launched its new 'Discover' feature that bring news to users in the form of Snapchat Stories. To help you out, we have made a how to guide for using the feature.

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  9. Police warn of fake $50 note found in Alice SpringsRead the original story

    Yesterday | ABC News

    He said the counterfeit bills were easy to spot because of the false looking window in the note and the fact it was easily torn. "If they find that a note's been passed they should try not to handle it too much," he said.

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  10. Prince Philip's knighthood dismays AustraliansRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | TurkishPress.com

    As the consort of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II for more than 65 years Prince Philip is not short of titles and medals. Now the 93-year-old Duke of Edinburgh has had a further honor heaped on him by Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott - to the disbelief of many Aussies.

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  11. Early strikes propel Roos into deciderRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Northern Territory News

    Watch all the highlight's from Australia's Asian Cup semi-final clash against the United Arab Emirates at Newcastle. Ange Postecoglou's side is in the final of the Asian Cup after defeating the UAE 2-0 on Tuesday night at Hunter Stadium.

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  12. Top surgeon 'on long leave' after allegedly slapping nurseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NEWS.com.au

    ROAD rage could be to blame for a man's sudden death following a minor collision in a suburban car park. A FATHER who thought his two daughters were fat and forced them to go on a diet and practice skiing has been sentenced to jail for abuse.

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  13. WWI widows get free Anzac flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | NEWS.com.au

    ROAD rage could be to blame for a man's sudden death following a minor collision in a suburban car park. A FATHER who thought his two daughters were fat and forced them to go on a diet and practice skiing has been sentenced to jail for abuse.

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  14. Buddy to boost Indigenous All-StarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | West Australian

    The AFL are banking on Sydney spearhead Lance Franklin headlining a week-long camp and clash between a star-studded Indigenous All-Stars team and West Coast in Perth next month. League officials announced the one-off match would be held at Medibank Stadium on February 20 as a prelude to the NAB Challenge series.

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  15. Australia 'hot days may double'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Newsday

    The annual number of very hot days in inland Australia could more than double in 75 years, according to a forecast of the effects of climate change by Australian science agency CSIRO. Towns such as Alice Springs could average more than 190 days per year where the temperature crosses 35C, the CSIRO's Kevin Hennessy told the BBC.

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  16. 'I didn't know he was a politician', says woman linked ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | ABC News

    A woman claiming to be a supporter of Kurds fighting against Islamic State has told friends of Matthew Gardiner that she was shocked to learn he was an Australian political figure. The former president of the Labor Party's Northern Territory branch is believed to have travelled to the Middle East earlier this month to support the campaign.

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  17. Refugee advocate Graeme Swincer's efforts recognisedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Blue Mountains Gazette

    He's been recognised as one of our nation's outstanding achievers but he almost didn't accept the honour. Graeme Swincer of Faulconbridge is a former agricultural scientist and development worker who, in his retirement, has become a refugee advocate.

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  18. Becoming Aussies on Australia DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Northern Territory News

    Martin Matede and Tausi Emerance Sululu with their children Martin, Jack, Charles, Fatuma, Jessie, and Boyinton Matede. They celebrated Australia Day by becoming Citizens of Australia.

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  19. Gardiner's battle plan stuns matesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Northern Territory News

    FORMER Territory Labor president Matthew Gardiner's "shocking" decision to leave his wife and three young children to fight Islamic State in Syria has left his friends and colleagues stunned. And a new Facebook friend with connections to militants in the Kurdish forces - who Mr Gardiner is believed to be working with - has warned people to stop talking about his presence in the area.

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  20. NT doctors call for abortion law reform to improve accessRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | ABC News

    The issue was raised in an article in the Medical Journal of Australia, published after Royal Darwin Hospital lost its permanent abortion doctor. In November, the then health minister Robyn Lambley flagged a review of abortion laws, which currently restrict the use of drug RU486 to special cases and require all terminations to be performed in hospitals.

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