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  1. Estonia offers e-residency for non-citizensRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ABC News

    Successful applicants will be issued a digital ID card with a computer-readable chip which, in combination with authentication PIN codes, will allow them to access a number of the country's e-services and conduct business online. Kaspar Korjus, the project manager, said the move was initially to help foreign residents in Estonia, often described as "the most wired country in Europe", participate in the country's "digital society" - the suite of government services that are provided online, including e-health, e-school, e-tax and e-voting.

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  2. Cricket - Ashes star Phil Hughes critical after being aRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Yahoo!

    Australia batsman Phil Hughes remained in critical condition in a Sydney hospital on Tuesday after undergoing emergency surgery for a sickening head injury sustained when struck by a ball during a domestic match. Phillip Hughes of South Australia bats during day one of the Sheffield Shield match between New South Wales and South Australia at Sydney Cricket Ground The 25-year-old was transferred to St Vincent's hospital's intensive care unit after surgery and his condition was not expected to become clear for 24-48 hours.

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  3. Erin McNaught shows off her baby bump in denim hot pants as she...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    Ready to pop! Erin McNaught shows off her baby bump in denim hot pants as she battles the Queensland heat in the last few weeks of her pregnancy She's been active throughout her pregnancy, so it's no real surprise Erin McNaught still wants to show off her legs. Looking ready to pop, the 32-year-old TV presenter was spotted doing some shopping on the Gold Coast on Saturday.

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  4. MomentumA Righteous NationRead the original story

    Monday | American Reporter

    Stopping into the Misawa bookstore for a fun book to read as I prepared to travel for another 10 days, I spotted T.C. Boyle's newest book, The Women. T.C. is the father of my son's best friend.

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  5. ASU joins pathbreaking radio telescope project to study early universeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | EurekAlert!

    ASU undergraduate students Hamdi Mani and Jose Chavez kneel in front of a telescope antenna tile at the Murchison Widefield Array radio telescope. Hamdi has graduated and now works... Arizona State University has joined with 14 other institutions in Australia, India, New Zealand and the United States in a radio telescope project that focuses on the early universe and the birth and formation of the first galaxies.

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  6. Ottawa Wolves head down underRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2014 | Xtra!

    The members of the Ottawa Wolves rugby team will be lacing up their boots in Sydney, Australia, as they take part in an international LGBT rugby tournament. The Bingham Cup, which brings rugby teams from more than 15 countries together to celebrate diversity in sport, is played over three days from Aug 29 to 31. LGBT-inclusive teams from around the world compete for the trophy, playing a series of pool games to determine divisions and moving on to the quarter-finals before the winning teams face off.

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  7. Gay Games 9 set to open Aug 9 in ClevelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 7, 2014 | Xtra!

    Organizers say they're expecting 6,000 participants and 10,000 spectators in Cleveland and neighbouring Akron, Ohio for the 9th edition of the Gay Games, opening Aug 9. The quadrennial event - which in the past has been held in cities like San Francisco, New York and Sydney - will feature more than 35 sports and cultural events. "Northeast Ohio hasn't been known as a tourist hotspot destination," concedes Matt Cordish, marketing manager for the Gay Games, "but it's beginning to receive the recognition and positive feedback it deserves."

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  8. Katy Perry in legal stoush with Sydney paparazzoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Illawarra Mercury

    Lawyers for high-profile Sydney paparazzo Jamie Fawcett issued a letter on Tuesday morning demanding visiting American pop star Katy Perry remove posts from her Twitter feed that the photographer claims are defamatory. On Saturday Perry posted to her 60 million plus followers on Twitter: "Remember AUS anyone printing or posting unauthorized photos of me in a bikini from these DISGUSTING/PERVERTED OLD MEN is AGAINST my will!" Remember AUS anyone printing or posting unauthorized photos of me in a bikini from these DISGUSTING/PERVERTED OLD MEN is AGAINST my will! Perry was with her dance squad aboard a chartered superyacht on Saturday when her security guards discovered photographers were trailing them in another boat.

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  9. Mays Hill ANZAC scholar Jack JeffriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Paramatta Sun

    Jack Jeffries, 16, spent an eventful two weeks of visiting WWI historic landmarks as part of a group of six young Western Sydney ANZAC scholars. The Parramatta Marist student was part of a group that spent 10 days visiting key sites where Australians played a significant role during the First World War including Anzac Cove, the Somme and various war memorials across the Western Front.

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  10. AUD/USD - Struggling To Hold Onto 0.8650Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Seeking Alpha

    Throughout most of last week the Australian dollar dropped sharply back through the support level at 0.8650 and 0.86 before finishing the week rallying higher and creeping back above the 0.8650 level. To start this new week it has rallied back above 0.8650 again before falling lower in recent hours.

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  11. Fly away with REX's business awards giveawayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Thursday Magnet

    The time has come to fly on in and snap up your 2014 Excellence in Eden Business Awards tickets, with under two weeks until the gala dinner and presentation night on Saturday, December 6. Regional Express will be giving away a return airfare to either Sydney or Melbourne , valued at $884, to one lucky Excellence in Eden Business Awards ticket holder.

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  12. Amazon tipped to open Aussie warehouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Stuff.co.nz

    A mid-sized 50,000 square metre Amazon fulfillment in Peterborough, England, similar the one the online giant could build in Australia. Rumours are circulating that Amazon may be about to shake up the internet shopping market in New Zealand and Australia by building one of its massive warehouses in Queensland.

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  13. CA rules 'injured' Clarke out of first Test against IndiaRead the original story

    Monday | Big News Network.com

    Australia cricket team captain Michael Clarke has reportedly been ruled out of the first Test against India and Cricket Australia is expected to announce on Tuesday that the skipper would not take the field in either Sydney grade cricket or the two-day tour match against the visitors in Adelaide. CA's decision would end any chance of Clarke taking the field in Border-Gavaskar series opener.

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  14. Shark cage diving operators urged to expand SA venturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | ABC News

    Shark cage diving operators will be offered longer licences in the hope it will boost their tourist ventures off Port Lincoln in South Australia. South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill said getting face-to-face with great white sharks had become a significant tourist drawcard for the state, as there had been 30 per cent growth over the past three years.

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  15. Not a drop of petrol on 8000km tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | South Coast Register

    A VICTORIAN family that has travelled over 8000 kilometres on bicycles has stopped for some rest and recuperation in Huskisson before heading home. FAR TREK: Patrick Jones and Meg Ulman with their two sons Zephyr and Woody with their pet dog and chief rabbit catcher Zero have spent a year riding their bicycles across Australia and have stopped for a rest in Huskisson before riding back to their home in Victoria.

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  16. French writer to spend six months in Thorndona s Randell CottageRead the original story

    Monday | Scoop

    Embassy of France to New Zealand Randell Cottage, a writer's residency for French and New Zealand authors situated in Wellington, will welcome French writer David Fauquemberg in January 2015. He was selected by a panel comprised of representatives from the Embassy, the Randell Cottage Trust, Victoria University, the Alliance francaise and the National Library of New Zealand.

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  17. PQ 6 Immigrationa "Incentives for New ZealandersRead the original story

    Monday | Scoop

    Over the weekend I attended the first of four job fairs we are holding in capital cities across Australia. The first job fair, held in Perth, saw some 1,650 people, the majority of whom were Kiwis, turning up to talk to the 35 employers and business groups represented.

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  18. Slovenians scale Katoomba's heightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Blue Mountains Gazette

    If you notice a sudden influx of backpackers to Katoomba this summer from the tiny European nation of Slovenia, you can thank one of its leading travel bloggers, Nina Kogej. Slovenian couple and travel bloggers Nina and Simon Kogej prepare to abseil in Katoomba with High 'n' Wild as part of the YHA and Hostels International s Big Blog Exchange.

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  19. Nungatta visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Bombala Times

    THE Bombala and District Historical Society held its spring excursion to Nungatta, Nungatta South and Wangabelle on Saturday, November 15. Around 60 people made their way to Nungatta for morning tea where the President, Stuart Hood welcomed all and gave the group a history of settlement in Nungatta. Mr Hood explained that when W.T. Morris squattered on 100,000 acres in the area in 1836, they found the aborigines in the area were outcasts from other tribes and were not aggressive like some of the aborigines further south.

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  20. HealthPost.co.nz honoured as Most Trustworthy in New ZealandRead the original story

    Monday | Scoop

    The website of Golden Bay-based HealthPost is one of just four to be honoured today as the 'Most Trustworthy' in New Zealand, and one of 21 in Australasia, according to the international Online Trust Alliance . The OTA, a non-profit organisation in the United States dedicated to enhancing online trust and user empowerment around the globe, announced its 2014 Australia/New Zealand Honour Roll following this year's audit of consumer and government websites around the world.

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