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  1. Kerem Bulut and Tomi Juric to fight for start against Guangzhou EvergrandeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sydney Morning Herald

    The impressive debut of Kerem Bulut in Western Sydney Wanderers' loss to Sydney FC has given coach Tony Popovic a selection headache for their Asian Champions League match against Guangzhou Evergrande on Wednesday night. The new fan favourite bagged a brace against the Sky Blues in their dramatic 4-3 loss in his first ever professional match in Australia and put significant pressure on star striker Tomi Juric for a starting place against Guangzhou.

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  2. Fit grandfather who suffered a stroke on a family trip to Slovenia...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    Fit grandfather who suffered a stroke on a family trip to Slovenia was left bedridden and helpless for five weeks because his insurer REFUSED to fly him home What was meant to be the holiday of a lifetime turned into a nightmare for an Australian man when the formerly fit university lecturer was left stranded in a foreign hospital for five weeks after a severe stroke. John and Christine Rose were on a holiday in Slovenia in June last year, visiting their daughter Bernadette Smon, her husband, and their grandson, when the sprightly 70-year-old suffered an unexpected and significant stroke and was rushed to hospital in the capital Ljubljana.

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  3. Google expands 'virtualisation' of Australian cultural institutionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Age

    The Sydney Biennale at Cockatoo Island is among the events to be documented by the Google Cultural Institute. Photo: Nick Moir Had you visited the Australian War Memorial late last year, you might have encountered a mechanical trolley with a camera affixed to the top whizzing around the site, or perhaps seen someone wandering around with a backpack that looked suspiciously like the lovechild of C-3PO and R2-D2.

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  4. Melbourne to feature in new edition of MonopolyRead the original story

    Monday | Newkerala.com

    Melbourne will join Sydney, Perth and Adelaide as Australian cities that have had local streets and attractions swapped for the well-known London-based ones, Xinhua news agency reported. Lord Mayor of Melbourne Robert Doyle made the announcement on Tuesday along the banks of the Yarra River, a potential square for the board, and said the game will hit the shelves in time for Christmas.

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  5. High demand drives up NZ hotel pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The New Zealand Herald

    Queenstown, enjoying a surge of international and domestic flights and a tourist boom, topped the charts of New Zealand cities with the highest hotel price rise last year. Photo / NZME.

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  6. 1000 march in San Francisco to commemorate Armenian GenocideRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PanArmenian Network

    PanARMENIAN.Net - About 1000 Armenian-Americans marched across the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, U.S., last week to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, The San Francisco Examiner reported. "We march today, not just for the victims of the Armenian Genocide, but for the victims of all genocides.

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  7. Voluntourism: School visits to orphanages cause more harm than goodRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Age

    Schools that take students on volunteering trips to Asian orphanages are causing psychological damage to children in care, an academic has warned. Karleen Gribble, an adjunct research fellow at the University of Western Sydney, said private schools should stop taking senior students to orphanages where they "gain perspective on privilege".

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  8. Singapore still the world's most expensive cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Business News

    The Southeast Asian city -state of Singapore retained its title as the world's most expensive city for the second consecutive year, the Economist Intelligence Unit said in a new survey. In fact, the top five priciest cities ranked in this year's Worldwide Cost of Living Survey remained unchanged from 2014: Paris ranked second followed by Oslo, Zurich and Sydney.

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  9. Cooks CottageRead the original story

    Monday | TrekEarth

    Cooks Cottage is located in Fitzroy Gardens, Melbourne, Australia. The cottage was constructed in 1755 in the English village of Great Ayton, North Yorkshire, by the parents of Captain James Cook, James and Grace Cook.

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  10. The letter Qantas sent to businessman BANNING him from flying...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    'Your actions are unacceptable and will not be tolerated': Qantas bans businessman from flying after he refused to share a plane with a 'tortured' asylum-seeker A man who walked off a Qantas flight after he realised an asylum seeker was on board being deported is taking the airline to a tribunal because the airline banned him from flying after the incident. Paul Leary, 51, decided to leave the February 2 flight from Melbourne to Darwin before the flight took off, after an asylum seeker advocate on the plane began protesting the deportation.

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  11. Poppies to commemorate WWI Gallipoli campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    Visitors pay their respects to Australia's Anzac soldiers as they pin a poppy to the Wall of Remembrance in front of the Queen Elizabeth cruise ship in Sydney on March 3, 2015. AFP photo.

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  12. Tragedy at Tea Tree GullyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Examiner.com

    On January 3, 2015, 45 animals who were trapped in their kennels died in a bushfire in Adelaide, Australia - but animal advocates contend that these deaths were completely preventable. A wildfire was scorching much of Adelaide in early January and numerous warnings and offers of help went out to kennels throughout Adelaide, which either evacuated their animals or stayed on-site.

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  13. Meet the boss: Rory JeffesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Age

    Rory Jeffes is the first to admit his career path requires some explanation. The CEO of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra may have started out in music, but he soon reassessed.

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  14. Westside at Acton Park has popped up and is kicking offRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Canberra City News

    ANDREW Barr was resplendent in a "We Are CBR" t-shirt and cool sunglasses today as he played basketball with the the Capitals, Nick Kyrgious, and Carolyn Buchanan all the while previewing 'Westside at Acton Park' , a temporary village on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin built on top of the old futsal slab. "Westside will provide a blank canvas for local entrepreneurs to sell their products to Canberrans and visitors, showcasing our thriving cultural scene," Andrew said.

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  15. Paul / A word from aboveRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Canberra City News

    "Our city's clear, natural beauty is the perfect solace from which to escape the grind of every day," says columnist MARCUS PAUL Like most Canberrans, I've visited the national institutions, wandered the galleries, gazed through windows at the zoo, swum in our waterholes and walked many of our bush tracks and around our lakes. Last week, courtesy of long-running Canberra company Balloon Aloft, I saw the city slowly waking to another day from a hot-air balloon as our central lake, memorials and embassies glistened in the early morning sun.

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  16. Viewing natural Australia around SydneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Ask MetaFilter

    We have a couple more days in Sydney, and need a few suggestions for what to do with the rest of our time. I would prefer sights and scenes of nature we can't see anywhere else.

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  17. Australia's Melbourne to feature on new Monopoly editionRead the original story

    Monday | Xinhuanet

    The city of Melbourne is set to feature on a new edition of the iconic board game Monopoly, Melbourne's lord mayor Robert Doyle announced on Tuesday. Melbourne will join Sydney, Perth and Adelaide as Australian cities that have had local streets and attractions swapped for the well-known London-based ones.

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  18. Just Published: "Edeka Zentrale AG & Co KG in Retailing (Germany)"Read the original story

    Monday | PR-inside.com

    The company aims to focus on a pleasant shopping experience by modernising and enlarging several stores and increasing their overall number. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company.

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  19. Market Report, "Southern Cross Safaris Ltd in Travel and Tourism (Kenya)", publishedRead the original story

    Monday | PR-inside.com

    The company's slogan is "Connoisseur safaris", with it being very knowledgeable about this area and having the capacity to offer tourists a differentiated experience. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company.

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  20. 'They know coal is coming to an end': Bob Massie on the death of the mining boomRead the original story

    Monday | Crikey

    People on the ground are ready to make the transition to a non-mining economy, but the government and big mining companies are doubling down on coal. Coal mining communities in the Hunter Valley and Latrobe Valley are keen to transition away from an industry has no long-term future, says visiting American environmentalist Bob Massie.

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