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  1. New South whales: Motorhome road trip is the perfect way to see the wonders of OzRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    A modern camper van is the perfect way to follow migrating humpbacks up Australia's beautiful East Coast, says Peter Frost My wife Ann spotted them first. Nearer the beach than you might expect, the A unmistakable huge black curved backs breaking the surface.

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  2. Weary Sharks hang on for gutsy win over RedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Bangkok Post

    The battle-weary Coastal Sharks held on with some help from the Queensland Reds to end their four-match Australasian Super Rugby tour with a 21-14 win in Brisbane on Friday. Sharks player Renaldo Bothma goes to ground during the Super 15 rugby match against Queensland Reds at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on May 22, 2015 The Sharks, their playing ranks fully stretched by injuries after a sapping tour, looked under pressure when the Reds pulled to within two points with 30 minutes to go.

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  3. The hilarious moment a kangaroo photobombs a tourist's selfieRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Mail

    This is the hilarious moment a woman trying to capture a selfie at the zoo is photobombed by a kangaroo. The side-splitting image, which went viral and even gained prime-time television coverage, was captured at Australia Zoo on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland.

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  4. Road trip! Food trip! QueenslandRead the original story

    Thursday | The Star Online

    Think road trips are a dime a dozen? Well, you certainly haven't taken a journey through Queensland in beautiful Australia then. Now, where to begin? A good place to start is at the lively gateway city of Brisbane.

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  5. Cairns economy tipped to get lift when Manila-Cairns-Auckland fights take offRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | ABC News

    The CEO of Cairns Airport says new flights between the Philippines and New Zealand will inject tens of millions of dollars into the far north Queensland's region's economy annually. The direct Philippine Airlines flights, beginning in December, will travel from Manila to Cairns, then on to Auckland, before returning to the Philippines via the far north.

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  6. Cairns Taipans Academy player lands Australian basketball squad selectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | ABC News

    At 204 centimetres tall, Ryan Runnalls is one of the tallest 14-year-olds you will ever meet in far north Queensland. His height combined with his athletic ability has seen him score a spot on the Australian under-17 basketball squad - and he couldn't be happier.

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  7. Philippine Airlines to fly to AucklandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | The New Zealand Herald

    Philippine Airlines Boeing 777-300ER by Allen Zhao - . Licensed under GFDL 1.2 via Wikimedia Commons - http://commons.wikimedia.org Auckland Airport's general manager aeronautical commercial, Norris Carter, said the airline's arrival was great news for the New Zealand tourism industry and the economy.

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  8. Deadline looms for Toads on Cherry-Evans callRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Illawarra Mercury

    Loyalty looks set to be tested in the Queensland camp with coach Mal Meninga keen to bring an abrupt end to the guessing game over Daly Cherry-Evans' fitness for next week's State of Origin opener in Sydney. An injured shoulder will likely see Daly Cherry-Evans replaced on the Maroons bench by Michael Morgan for Origin I. Picture: GETTY IMAGES Loyalty looks set to be tested in the Queensland camp with coach Mal Meninga keen to bring an abrupt end to the guessing game over Daly Cherry-Evans' fitness for next week's State of Origin opener in Sydney.

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  9. Little Pinky the tractor's drive against cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | ABC News

    There are many everyday objects which have turned pink in an effort to raise money for cancer research; water bottles, pens, pins and ribbons. But have you ever seen a pink tractor? David Peterson and his tractor 'Little Pinky' were set up with their own stall at the recent Agrotrend agricultural event in Bundaberg.

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  10. Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic left to fight for second spot in New Zealand conferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Waikato Times

    Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic coach Julie Fitzgerald is at a loss to explain her side's poor start against the Northern Mystics in Auckland on Monday night, which resulted in a meek surrendering of the challenge for the top spot in the trans-Tasman league's New Zealand conference. The Mystics' 54-49 win secured them the No 1 position with two rounds to spare, with the Magic now left to battle for second in the race for the top three.

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  11. Next generation embraces travelling show school's new lease on lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | ABC News

    The National School for Travelling Show Children is a unique facility for what could be Australia's most transient children. Its students attend class only when one of the school's two truck trailer classrooms is in the same town as the show where their families are working.

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  12. Out of exile: return of 'lost generation'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | Independent.ie

    After almost a decade of mass emigration, Irish families, couples and single people living in Australia are seeking information about returning home "for the first time" After almost a decade of mass emigration, Irish families, couples and single people living in Australia are seeking information about returning home "for the first time", the Sunday Independent has learned. The Irish Australian Support Association of Queensland has "seen a huge increase" in the number of people contacting it about returning to Ireland "in the coming months".

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  13. Laura Aboriginal Dance Festival launches in CairnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | ABC News

    Spear throwing, a very serious dance competition and stories passed down through one of the world's oldest living cultures are all part and parcel of the Laura Aboriginal Dance Festival . Although the festival is still more than a month away, organisers and performers took the opportunity to launch the LADF in Cairns this week.

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  14. Weekend garage sale guideRead the original story

    Thursday May 14 | The RiotACT

    Canberra garage sales this weekend in Kambah, Kaleen, Banks, Belconnen, Isaacs, Franklin, Theodore, Jerrabomberra, Gordon, Hughes, Monash, Forde, Chisholm, Queanbeyan and Watson. Happy Friday! 20 Mackay Crescent Kambah 7.30am to 11am Kitchen ware, white goods, furniture, children's furniture, exercise equipment, cook books, sports gear and more.

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  15. Australia tells Johnny Depp: It's time your dogs 'buggered off'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | WXLO-FM Worcester

    Australian officials have told actor Johnny Depp that he has until Saturday to get his pet dogs out of Australia -- and if they haven't "buggered off" by then they will be put down. Depp's two dogs are on a deportation countdown after the actor violated Australia's famously strict biosecurity laws by bringing them in on a private flight and without the proper documentation.

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  16. Johnny Depp's Dogs Face Deportation Or DeathRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | WBNS

    Australian officials have told actor Johnny Depp that he has until Saturday to get his pet dogs out of Australia -- and if they haven't "buggered off" by then they will be put down. Depp's two dogs are on a deportation countdown after the actor violated Australia's famously strict biosecurity laws by bringing them in on a private flight and without the proper documentation.

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  17. New $350,000 marketing campaign launchedRead the original story

    Thursday May 14 | Summit Sun

    Tourism Snowy Mountains and the alpine resorts have launched a new $350,000 digital marketing campaign to attract visitors to the Snowy Mountains region. Tourism Snowy Mountains and the alpine resorts of Thredbo, Perisher, Charlotte Pass and Selwyn Snowfields in partnership with Destination NSW have launched a new $350,000 digital marketing campaign to attract visitors to the Snowy Mountains region.

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  18. Foreign workers a rugby league blessing in citrus capitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | ABC News

    The exploitation of foreign workers was brought into the national spotlight by a Four Corners investigation. While the problems are widespread across the country, grateful regional towns like Mundubbera in Queensland work hard to look after their seasonal workforce.

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  19. John Connolly may be the key to keeping Quade Cooper at the Queensland RedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | The Age

    Quade Cooper's future in Australian rugby remains in a delicate holding pattern but the recruitment of former Wallaby coach John Connolly to oversee the Queensland program could be the clincher that keeps him at Ballymore. The injured five-eighth has spent his time on the sidelines weighing up his next move.

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  20. Uncovering the secrets behind the City of Brisbane's settlementRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | ABC News

    While most residents think of John Oxley as Brisbane's founding father, the Royal Historical Society of Queensland believes Captain Henry Miller is the man who actually discovered the City of Brisbane in May 1825. Lieutenant Oxley originally landed on the north bank near Frew Park at Milton on September 28, 1824 but did not establish any settlement in the area.

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