Australia Travel Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Baird's early bird Sydney's markets visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    NSW Premier Mike Baird has paid a dawn visit to Sydney's Flemington markets, two days ahead of the state election. The premier received mostly supportive comments during the tour, with one young worker spray painting the Liberal Party's campaign slogan - "Back Baird" - in blue on a collapsed cardboard box.

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  2. Labor going 'marshmallow': LathamRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    TAKE a good, hard look at this comic book cover. Can you see anything strange? The artist claims he's hidden an illustration that only one in fifteen can see.

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  3. Fire causes $1m damage at Melbourne depotRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    Take a good, hard look at this comic book cover. Can you see anything strange? The artist claims he's hidden an illustration that only one in fifteen can see.

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  4. Snow in March? Yes, that's whiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    LIEUTENANT General Angus Campbell and Air Vice-Marshal Gavin Davies, CSC, have been announced as the new army and air force chiefs. TAKE a good, hard look at this comic book cover.

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  5. Qld man charged over critical toddlerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    THE Abbott Government will appoint an advisory panel for the first phase of the multi-billion dollar future submarine project. SIX months in to the Infinity cable recall, just one per cent of more than 13,000 properties has been rendered safe.

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  6. Qld MP breaks ranks on RET targetRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    Take a good, hard look at this comic book cover. Can you see anything strange? The artist claims he's hidden an illustration that only one in fifteen can see.

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  7. Rush Hour: The stories you need to know todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    Take a good, hard look at this comic book cover. Can you see anything strange? The artist claims he's hidden an illustration that only one in fifteen can see.

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  8. Here to make jaws dropRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Seymour Telegraph

    As the big top went up in south Shepparton yesterday, Great European Circus director Harry Weber was checking a three-phase power unit. A few other things have changed in the circus too - the roaring lions and tigers, the dancing elephants and collared bears have gone.

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  9. Mayor Gregor Robertson wants council to support goal of deriving all energy from renewable sourcesRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Georgia Straight

    But that's precisely what city council will be discussing today when a motion from Mayor Gregor Robertson goes before the committee on planning, transportation, and the environment. It calls upon council to recommit to a long-term goal of deriving 100 percent of energy from renewable sources.

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  10. Ferrari look to get closer to MercRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Planet-F1.com

    Ferrari have set their sights on third and fourth in Malaysia while they also believe they can reduce the gap to Mercedes if they "get everything right". The Scuderia made an impressive start to their 2015 campaign with many believing they are now Merc's closest challengers after Sebastian Vettel finished third behind Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg at the first race in Australia.

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  11. Armenian Genocide Centenary Pins Worn In Australian ParliamentRead the original story

    Wednesday | Groong

    ARMENIAN GENOCIDE CENTENARY PINS WORN IN AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT 13:11, 25 Mar 2015 Siranush Ghazanchyan The Armenian Genocide Centenary Commemorative "Forget Me Not" Pin was ever-present in the Australian Parliament's House of Representatives during Question Time on Tuesday, as a result of meetings between the Republic of Armenia's Diaspora Minister, Hranush Hakobyan and several Australian parliamentarians. The Armenian National Committee of Australia joined Hakobyan - who is visiting Australia as the Special Envoy of the President of the Republic of Armenia - for high-level meetings in Canberra on Tuesday, 24 March 2015.

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  12. Find out what the weather has in storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    THE Abbott Government will appoint an advisory panel for the first phase of the multi-billion dollar future submarine project. SIX months in to the Infinity cable recall, just one per cent of more than 13,000 properties has been rendered safe.

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  13. Putting everything on display: National Gallery of Australia's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Mail

    In Canberra next month more will be going on show that art, as visitors will look at what's hanging on the wall while letting it all hang out. A total of 150 outgoing art fans will take part in the National Gallery of Australia's first ever naked art tour, and view the Canberra venue's current exhibition, 'James Turrell: A Retrospective.'

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  14. The challenge leaders don't talk about: population growth pressures in NSWRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sydney Morning Herald

    The population of NSW will increase by about half a million during the next term of parliament - that's roughly equivalent to adding another Newcastle. But neither major party has a detailed policy on how to respond to the projected increase.

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  15. Howzat! Bradman plays for EnglandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    THE Abbott Government will appoint an advisory panel for the first phase of the multi-billion dollar future submarine project. SIX months in to the Infinity cable recall, just one per cent of more than 13,000 properties has been rendered safe.

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  16. Grounding flight schools threaten jobs, earningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    THE Abbott Government will appoint an advisory panel for the first phase of the multi-billion dollar future submarine project. SIX months in to the Infinity cable recall, just one per cent of more than 13,000 properties has been rendered safe.

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  17. Wotif axes credit card surchargeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    YOU hear about outrageous executive pay but these famous CEOs make a salary of $1 a year. Or, do they? MEET Australia's leading small businesses and learn their one essential piece of advice on how to make your own company a success.

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  18. Travel tips for a g'day in Sydney from Brookstone's CEORead the original story

    Wednesday | Reuters

    As the new president and chief executive of high-end gadget purveyor Brookstone, you'd expect Thomas M. Via to be a seasoned traveler who never leaves home without his fancy neck pillow and compression socks. "Sydney is a vibrant waterfront city filled with incredibly happy people," says Via, who took over Brookstone in December, after his years at Toys "R" US, where he was senior vice president for the Babies "R" Us in the United States.

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  19. Passengers drop fight for free Qantas flightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    THE Abbott Government will appoint an advisory panel for the first phase of the multi-billion dollar future submarine project. SIX months in to the Infinity cable recall, just one per cent of more than 13,000 properties has been rendered safe.

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  20. Nanigans Doubles Down On Self-Serve With $24M Series B Cash InfusionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | AdExchanger.com

    The Series B round, announced Wednesday, is being led by Chinese software company Cheetah Mobile, with participation from Avalon Ventures and Wellington Management Company LLP. Nanigans' total funding now stands at just under $33 million.

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