Australia Travel Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Police search for train good Samaritan who stopped handbag theftRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sydney Morning Herald

    An anonymous good Samaritan who "politely" stopped a would-be bag-snatcher on a Melbourne train has been applauded by police. A woman, who has requested to be known only as Karen, was travelling on the Belgrave-bound train about 6.30pm on May 18 when the man sitting opposite her snatched her handbag.

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  2. The Preatures rock the Opera HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    NATALIE Imbruglia has opened up her little black book and set the record straight on all those celebrity fling rumours - from Prince Harry to a Friends star. SHE knows how to travel in style.

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  3. Beanies to help Djaadjawan Dancers get to AliceRead the original story

    Wednesday | Narooma News

    BEANIE DREAMING: Djaadjawan Dancers are set to perform and exhibit at the 19th Alice Springs Beanie Festival. Photo Sean Burke Come along to the SoArt Gallery in Narooma over the next three weeks to find or create your own unique, hand-made, head-warming, beautiful beanie.

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  4. Legacy Way to be among Brisbane's most expensive tollsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Cars will initially pay a discounted rate of three dollars to drive through the Legacy Way tunnel but no opening date has been announced. The long-awaited Legacy Way tunnel will be one of the most expensive tolls in south-east Queensland by the time early discount periods end in May next year.

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  5. Fiji Airways plane fixedRead the original story

    Wednesday May 27 | Fiji Times

    Update: 4:32PM FIJI Airways has today advised that its A330 aircraft is expected to return to service on Monday June 1 upon completion of repair works in Brisbane. A statement from the airline states the A330 is expected to operate a Sydney-Nadi service on Monday, and the airline anticipates a return to normal schedules on Tuesday June 2. In the meantime, some Fiji Airways flights will continue to be affected.

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  6. Premier League pre-season guideRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Sky Sports

    The new Premier League term doesn't start until August 8 but the summer is packed with pre-season tours and tournaments as clubs swiftly turn their focus to a fresh campaign. Liverpool and Arsenal are heading to Asia, while Manchester United travel back to the United States and Chelsea, along with Manchester City, join them in the International Champions Cup.

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  7. Uni Pub comedy featuring Adam RozenbachsRead the original story

    Wednesday | The RiotACT

    Finally there's a comedy room in the city. Get along the first Uni Pub comedy night on Friday 26 June at 8pm.

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  8. Tourism booming in MarlboroughRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Marlborough Express

    Marlborough's tourism industry is on the up following an excellent summer of increased visitor numbers and more spending, the region's tourism boss says. Tourism indicators for the past summer in Marlborough paint a rosy picture, with increases across the board.

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  9. How Woolworths and Coles can take on Aldi... because they will never win on priceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Daily Mail

    Limited range, weird brands, and lack of meals: How Woolworths and Coles can take on Aldi... because they will never win on price Coles and Woolworths should take advantage of lack of service and semi-prepared meals instead of engaging in price war Australian supermarket giants Coles and Woolworths need to target Aldi's weaknesses if they want to take on the popular discount chain, according to a British retail expert. Kantar Worldpanel director Edward Garner argues Woolworths and Coles need to take advantage of Aldi's lack of service, semi-prepared meals and limited product range instead of trying to engage in a price war, Fairfax Media reports.

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  10. Flight check: Papeete to Auckland on Air Tahiti NuiRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | The New Zealand Herald

    The plane: An Airbus A340-300. They're likely to bring a Dreamliner in on this route by 2018.

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  11. Field recordist honoured for recording of bird and Aboriginal songsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | ABC News

    An 87-year-old field recordist has been honoured for his life's work preserving the songs of birdlife and capturing the sounds of Western Australia's Aboriginal communities. John Hutchinson has donated rare copies of his first field recordings and notes to the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia and the State Library of Western Australia .

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  12. SSI Announces Agreement to Acquire Assets of MyOpinions Ltd. in...Read the original story

    Wednesday May 27 | Freshnews

    SSI takes a major step forward in Australia and New Zealand by entering into a definitive agreement to purchase the assets of two leading panel companies --MyOpinions Ltd. in Australia and SmileCity Ltd. in New Zealand. The planned acquisition combines these large, high quality panels with SSI's existing online panel assets to create the richest, most robust online panel in each country.

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  13. Our sick system: ear, nose and throat patients sent to NewcastleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Northern Daily Leader

    TAMWORTH hospital is scrambling to recruit specialists as dire shortages force patients to travel as far as Sydney for vital surgery. TAMWORTH hospital is scrambling to recruit specialists as dire shortages force patients to travel as far as Sydney for vital surgery.

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  14. Trips so funnyRead the original story

    Wednesday May 27 | The Daily Star

    They are keen on visiting European countries, the United States, Australia and Canada but not Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Malaysia, where they are needed the most to ensure new passports for all expatriates. Important people like State Minister for Home Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal, Senior Home Secretary Md Mozammel Haq Khan and Project Director of Machine Readable Passport Brig Gen Masud Rezwan are going overseas frequently "to inaugurate MRP" in different countries.

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  15. Katherine the Rose of north-eastRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Ballycastle Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Maghery girl Katherine McConville is making quite a name for herself in her adopted home in the north-east of England.

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  16. Mayor of Sunshine Coast Mark Jamieson on hand as March remembers...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Cambs Times

    Sunshine Coast mayor visiting March. Sunshine coast Mayor Mark Jamieson with Lily Rose Keenoy and Lewis Howe from Cavalry school and Cllr Carol Cox..Picture: Steve Williams.

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  17. Anderson taking his game globalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | The Robesonian

    Lamel Anderson, who recently finished his junior season at Purnell Swett High School, has the opportunity to travel to Australia in July to represent North Carolina at the 19th annual Down Under Hoops Classic. Anderson was a top player for the Rams during the 2014-15 season and is working to raise money to make the trip.

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  18. Emergency services called to Indonesian consulates in Sydney,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Daily Mail

    'This is a World Cup of fraud': Attorney General condemns global soccer and reveals 'hidden accounts with tens of millions' used by FIFA execs charged with taking $150m in bribes amid 'rampant corruption' Indonesian consulates in Australia were also targeted before and after the executions of Bali Nine Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran 'The substance at the Perth and Melbourne locations have been deemed non-hazardous and the substance at Sydney has been taken away for further testing,' an AFP spokeswoman said on Wednesday night. Indonesian consulates in Australia were also targeted before and after the executions of Bali Nine drug smugglers Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.

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  19. Fears of koala cull in crowded Australian colonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | The London Free Press

    A baby koala hangs onto it's mother's back during feeding time at Sydney's Taronga Zoo in this June 25, 2001 file photo. An overcrowded colony of about 1,000 koalas in Australia is being assessed this week for possible ill health in a survey that could lead to a cull, raising objections from animal welfare lobbyists.

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  20. Caves conference a rousing successRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Naracoorte Herald

    Cave experts from all over Australia attended the 21st conference of the Australasian Cave and Karst Management Association in Naracoorte. SIXTY-five cave experts attended the 21st conference of the Australasian Cave and Karst Management Association in Naracoorte last week.

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