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  1. Kate Climbs Aboard Fighter Jet with Style - in Towering HeelsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | People

    ... between the two "as to who was sitting in what seat." The couple were at RAAF Amberley in Queenstown, Australia, to meet veterans and their families in the officers' mess. Kate - who wore a summery white L.K. Bennett dress with royal blue flowers, ...


  2. Feather taunt sent a teen to warRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Mercury

    Vietnam War veteran Brad Cooper, of Oatlands, is travelling to France to take part in Anzac Day services honouring his uncle, Sydney Cooper.


  3. Extra Jetstar flights in JulyRead the original story

    Monday Apr 14 | The Otago Daily Times

    Jetstar will add an extra five flights, or 1600 seats, between Sydney and Queenstown in July, in addition to more than 15,000 seats to be added between Australia and the resort in July and August, as announced last month.


  4. Massive job in focus and in frameRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 11 | The Mercury

    IT was an ambitious task - one man and his camera capturing 10,000 portraits of Tasmanians in just one year.


  5. Voices, dancers and artists. The weekend in artsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 9 | Canberra City News

    CANBERRA'S Ecumenical Cantata Choir is made up of 35 voices drawn from about 13 churches across the Protestant and Catholic denominations.


  6. Motorsport: Targa celebrates 20 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 9 | The New Zealand Herald

    Last year's Targa New Zealand winners Martin Dippie and Jona Grant in their 2007 Porsche 997 GT3, above; and, below, entries for the non-competitive Targa Tour are rising each year.


  7. Back to work bid for Mt Lyell mineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 9 | The Mercury

    THE owners of the Mt Lyell copper mine say a technical solution to mitigate the risk of mud rush might have been found and work could resume at the Queenstown site in June.


  8. Bumper ski season in storeRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 8 | The Otago Daily Times

    NZSKI is ''absolutely thrilled'' all four airlines serving Queenstown Airport have added tens of thousands of seats from Australia to the resort for the 2014 winter ski season.


  9. Miners to learn future of wagesRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 5 | Examiner

    WORKERS from the closed Mount Lyell mine at Queenstown will learn about their wage futures on Friday, as Copper Mines Tasmania continues to investigate how it can safely and economically re-open the mine.


  10. Hoteliers happy with bookingsRead the original story

    Monday Mar 31 | The Otago Daily Times

    Tourism Industry Association Queenstown hotels regional chairwoman and Goldridge Resort general manager Penny Clark says hotel managers are anticipating more ''dream time'' bookings from Australians.


  11. Early intervention is key in autism diagnosisRead the original story

    Friday Mar 28 | The Advocate

    THE rise in the number of children being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder may reflect doctors are getting better at recognising it.


  12. West Park critics unconvincedRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 27 | The Advocate

    THE Burnie community can only stand by and watch as the University of Tasmania carries out its expansion, and hope it works, according to the project's critics.


  13. Clock's life and chimesRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 26 | The Advocate

    Safety measures were almost nonexistent. The structure's second-hand wooden scaffolding was tested for strength in the most unthinkable way.


  14. Cummings on the ball for his first grand finalRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 26 | The Advocate

    SHEFFIELD English import David Cummings will enter a corridor of uncertainty tomorrow when he takes to the ground on Cricket North West's biggest day.


  15. Wellness centre boostRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 26 | The Advocate

    EVERY DOLLAR COUNTS: Project 5000 supporters The Advocate editor Julian O'Brien, Cancer Council Australia's Stephen Foster, NWRH general manager Denise Parry, City of Burnie Lions Club president John Medwin and Rick Ferguson, of Burnie Sports and Events.


  16. UTAS West Park plan gets green light from councilRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 26 | The Advocate

    THE Burnie City Council has granted the University of Tasmania a permit application to develop part of the land at West Park.


  17. Labor's Justine Keay hits out at state election spendingRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 25 | The Advocate

    CANDIDATES' personal spending on election campaigns should be capped to allow them to compete on a "level playing field", Braddon Labor candidate Justine Keay has said.


  18. Silence on health portfolioRead the original story

    Monday Mar 24 | The Advocate

    BRADDON-based Liberal deputy leader Jeremy Rockliff has refused to comment on speculation that Premier-elect Will Hodgman will appoint Guy Barnett as health minister instead of Mr Rockliff.


  19. Relay for Life North-West organisers overwhelmed after $260,000 raisedRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 23 | The Advocate

    GREAT SUPPORT: Simply The Breast team captain and cancer survivor Carolyn Truman and her team of walkers.


  20. Paul Little: We're just not BFFs any moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2014 | The New Zealand Herald

    We were just the width of a wobble board away from becoming a state of Australia at the time of that country's federation in 1901. 3 comments