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  1. Meet Criteo, the company behind some of the ads that stalk you onlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Unless you're a Luddite, you have probably experienced an eery moment when a tenacious advertiser appears to be following you around the web. It could have been that pair of shoes you abandoned at the David Jones online checkout, only to have them surface in your Facebook feed.

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  2. Warren Borsje, Australian man found dead in a Bali hotel was a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Mail

    Australian man found dead in a Bali hotel was a wealth and property motivational speaker who gave talks alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mike Tyson A Melbourne man found dead in a Bali hotel room was a wealth and property motivational speaker who gave talks alongside celebrities including Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mike Tyson. Warren Borsje from Brighton, in Melbourne's exclusive southeast suburbs, checked into room 570 at the Fave hotel in the tourist district in Seminyak on January 16 and was supposed to check out on Monday but never surfaced.

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  3. Bali police believe Australian man found dead in hotel room may...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Mail

    Bali police believe Australian man found dead in hotel room may have been sick after medicines, vitamins and an empty bottle of vodka were found in hotel room He was last seen by staff 48 hours earlier in an intoxicated state when he was being helped to his room by a fellow hotel guest A man from Melbourne was discovered dead face down on a bed in a hotel room in Bali on Australia Day. The man from Brighton, in Melbourne's exclusive southeast suburbs, checked into room 570 at the Fave hotel in the tourist district in Seminyak on January 16 and was supposed to check out on Monday but never surfaced.

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  4. Supermodel Heidi Klum rolls into Melbourne for lingerie launchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Age

    In the country to promote her new underwear collection, supermodel Heidi Klum rolled into an especially crowded Bourke Street Mall on her very own tram. On a gloomy, overcast Melbourne day, excitement grew in the Bourke Street Mall with the arrival of a tram.

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  5. Melbourne: Hippos, heights and heaps of funRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The New Zealand Herald

    Melbourne is a city that embraces children - whether it's with the healthy, fun, children's food options at even the most upmarket restaurants, or the public art scattered around the city that's perfect for little legs to climb upon. Here's a few ideas for your next family visit: Start at the top with the Eureka Sky Deck on the edge of the Yarra River.

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  6. Fitzroy's outback art partnershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | The Age

    Marrnyula Mununggurr's exhibition "Ganybu" features natural ochre on bark. Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre They have much in common.

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  7. Fitzroy walking tour to reveal queer historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | ABC News

    ALGA president Graham Willett said Fitzroy was one of Melbourne's oldest suburbs, and "while a lot of that early history is lost to us, not all of it is". The earliest story they tell is of John Wilson, who was sentenced to death for 'unnatural acts' in December 1863.

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  8. twitter Coronary Heart DiseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | RedOrbit

    The researchers compared the language of tweets and CDC data on a county-by-county level. Twitter could serve as a dashboard indicator of a community's overall psychological well-being, and can even predict rates of coronary heart disease, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania report in a new study.

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  9. Twitter can reveal death risk from heart diseaseRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Nerve News

    " You are also more likely to drink, eat poorly and be isolated from other people which can indirectly lead to heart disease, added Margaret Kern, assistant professor at the University of Melbourne, Australia." Melbourne/Washington, Jan 22 - Australian researchers have discovered how social media can serve as an indicator of a community's psychological well being and can predict rates of heart disease.

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  10. What Study Abroad In Australia Will CostRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Investopedia

    If you're thinking about study abroad in Australia, we have good news and bad. Australia is one of the 10 most sought-after destinations for U.S. students going abroad - for good reason: Seven of its universities rank in the top 100 in the world, and Australia has 5 of the 30 best "student cities" in the world .

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  11. Cleeland Body Works leads the Segment of Smash Car Repairs in MelbourneRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | PR Log

    PRLog - Jan. 20, 2015 - OAKLEIGH SOUTH, Australia -- Melbourne, 19 January 2015 - Market for automotive repairs in Australia is growing rapidly, with car owners looking for reliable and reputed repair centres in their area. Cleeland Body Works is a leading smash car repair centre in Melbourne and known for providing highest quality service at lowest possible rates.

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  12. Shakib's Big Bash ends in defeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | The Daily Star

    Ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan's second stint in the Big Bash League came to an end yesterday after his side, the Melbourne Renegades, went down to leaders Adelaide Strikers by 22 runs at the Docklands Stadium in Melbourne yesterday. With the ball Shakib finished with figures of none for 28 off four overs.

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  13. Where the tourists should really go in MelbourneRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | Stuff.co.nz

    LIVEABLE CITY: Melbourne may not have a coliseum or a carnival, but it is still packed with great days out that are unique to the city. So you've been to see the penguin parade.

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  14. A feast of shopping at Melbourne's EmporiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 18 | Yahoo!

    A total of 225 shops and eateries spread over more than 48,000sqm of retail space, including Melbourne flagships for Nespresso, Muji, Oroton and Guess. The first Australian stores by Japanese giant Uniqlo, New York designer Kate Spade and collegiate brand UCLA, the first Melbourne stores for American labels Michael Kors and Brooks Brothers, and the first stand-alone store outside the US by streetwear retailer Zoo York.

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  15. What makes a swamp swampy? Water regime and the botany of endangered wetlands in western VictoriaRead the original story

    Dec 23, 2014 | CSIRO Publishing

    Michelle T. Casanova A B C E and I. Joan Powling D A Centre for Environmental Management, University of Ballarat, Mount Helen, Vic. 3350, Australia.

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  16. Australian bringing stand-up comedy to ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 17 | The Age

    In 2009, Andy Curtain finished his degree at the University of Melbourne and woke on a couch in Shanghai 24 hours later. Young and ambitious, he had figured China, home to the world's fastest-growing economy, was the place to forge a career.

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  17. Megan Gale heads Melbourne casting call for David Jones Autumn Winter 2015 fashion launchRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | Sydney Morning Herald

    A who's who of Melbourne's most beautiful people filled the casting room of Bourke Street Mall's David Jones today, spilling out into the outer store in the world's most attractive queue. They were there hoping to be cast in the David Jones Autumn Winter 2015 Fashion Launch; strutting their stuff for David Jones ambassador Megan Gale, designer Michael Lo Surdo and David Jones head stylist Kelvin Harries.

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  18. Country Music songwriters live in Melbourne, but no threat to Tamworth's Country Music Capital statusRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 12 | ABC News

    The President of the Country Music Association of Australia says Tamworth's claim to fame as the Country Music Capital isn't under threat, as a Melbourne suburb takes the top spot as the home of songwriters. According to data from APRA AMCOS most country music songwriters live in Northcote, followed by Tamworth in second place, Brunswick and Lismore on the North Coast.

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  19. NanoLumens Installs Its Largest Suspended Display at The GPT Groupa s Melbourne CentralRead the original story

    Monday Jan 12 | Business Wire

    NanoLumens largest ever double-sided 6MM pixel pitch NanoSlim LED display in the atrium of Melbourne Central in Australia. )--NanoLumens, , the world's leading manufacturer and marketer of indoor LED visual display solutions, has installed its largest double-sided NanoSlim LED portrait display in the atrium of Melbourne Central, owned and operated by The GPT Group , one of Australia's largest diversified listed property groups.

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  20. Study finds lives and money to be saved from incidental exerciseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 12 | PhysOrg Weblog

    A Melbourne study has found that incidental physical activity from active transport, such as walking to catch the train to work or cycling to the shops, can save lives and money. The results of the study, conducted by Melbourne GP Margaret Beavis with Deakin University Population Health Professor Marj Moodie, suggest that hundreds of lives and millions of health sector dollars could be saved from the minutes of incidental exercise associated with active transport, ie transport-related walking and cycling.

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