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  1. Shout Web Strategy Provides Recommendations on Protecting Your Brand from Online RisksRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | PR.com

    ... algorithm updates, through major releases such as Google Penguin has seen the resurgence of negative SEO. Sydney, Australia, February 26, 2015 --( PR.com )-- Negative SEO has long been an underhanded SEO technique used by hackers or malicious ...

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  2. Plane turned back in stormRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Yahoo!

    ... lled the severe thunderstorm warning for the area, there was 15mm of rain in the Kalgoorlie-Boulder gauge. Virgin Australia flight VA1855 left Perth at 4.30pm and made it most of the way to Kalgoorlie-Boulder before turning back because of the storm.

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  3. Canberra's Chloe Granger off to Miss Teen Galaxy national finalsRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | The RiotACT

    Aspiring Canberra model Chloe Granger will travel to the Gold Coast at the end of next month to represent New South Wales at the national Miss Teen Galaxy Australia finals. The 18-year-old has her sights set on winning the pageant and competing in the Miss Teen Galaxy international finals to be held in the United States later this year.

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  4. 'In the Spirit of Banjo' Tim the Yowie Man book launchRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | The RiotACT

    ... identity, mystery investigator, sometime radio host, history and ghost tour guide and the National Museum of Australia's resident cryptonaturalist. In the Spirit of Banjo brings together a collection of his articles originally published in The ...

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  5. Three more charged in ACG Security money laundering probeRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Age

    ... corporate security licence. That inquiry is ongoing. At the time, ACG was providing security services to some of Australia's largest companies and at major sporting events. However, all contracts held by the security provider were purchased by ...

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  6. Warrnambool refuses to remove a painting by Rolf HarrisRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    ... the disgraced entertainer did Warrnambool is a country town which has one of the highest rates of child abuse in Australia, but the local council still dithers over whether to destroy a mural painted by convicted paedophile Rolf Harris, all in the ...

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  7. Jim Inhofe Brings A Snowball To The Senate Floor To Prove Climate Change Is A 'Hoax'Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Switched

    ... are threatened by ocean warming and acidification. At the 2012 International Coral Reef Symposium in Cairns, Australia, 2,600 scientists signed a petition calling for international action to preserve global coral reefs, reported the BBC. Noting that ...

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  8. Tourists posing with Quokkas sparks hilarious '#quokkaselfie' trendRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Why haven't YOU taken a selfie with a quokka yet? Tourists posing with adorable Australian furry animals sparks hilarious '#quokkaselfie' trend Forget posing for a selfie with your best friend, as quokka selfies are the latest trend sweeping across social media. While the cute and cuddly marsupials, mainly found on Rottnest Island in Western Australia, have long been one of Australia's most-adored furry creatures, they were catapulted into the worldwide spotlight in 2013 when The Huffington Post named them "the happiest animal in the world".

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  9. George Brandis' metadata power should be weakened, powerful intelligence committee recommendsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Age

    A powerful parliamentary committee scrutinising new laws that will require all Australians' email, telephone and internet records to be stored for two years will recommend more oversight and an altering of the legislation so that the attorney-general is made less powerful in changing the regime at any time. But a major point of contention among media groups including Fairfax Media and News Corp Australia - access to journalists' phone and internet records without a warrant when uncovering sources in leak investigations - is understood to remain, with the committee making no recommendations on this.

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  10. On the Go Bendigo: Friday, February 27, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Bendigo Advertiser

    Welcome to Friday, central Victoria! We're looking at a fine and sunny day in Bendigo today with a top of 31 degrees. - A petition is circling to sack Bendigo councillor Elise Chapman after it was revealed she tweeted pictures of babies with mutilated genitals to a woman who supported a proposed mosque in the town.

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  11. Salmon: From - eww, offcuts' to - ooh, tasty'Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Star Online

    ... liked coleslaw not until I had the one served with my fish taco at the Noosa International Food & Wine Festival in Australia last year. This wasn't a soggy mess drowned in mayonnaise instead the finely shredded cabbage and carrot were crisp and ...

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  12. Dairy cow dies from anthrax in northern VictoriaRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | ABC News

    Victoria's Department of Economic Development has placed the property under quarantine and stock on the farm are being vaccinated. The disease, which lives in the soil, has been in Australia for 150 years but is rare.

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  13. Feathers, furs and fins fly on stageRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    ... by the company's standards. So far the Brisbane-based company has staged it in France, Chile, Colombia and Australia. But Lifschitz says it's only now beginning its "touring life" on the same scale as other Circa productions. "It's a real wonderful ...

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  14. Prime Minister visits Rockhampton, broadens disaster payments in wake of TC MarciaRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | ABC News

    Prime Minister Tony Abbott has announced a broadening of disaster payments for people affected by Tropical Cyclone Marcia while touring clean-up sites in Rockhampton. "Today I can announce that the Australian disaster recovery payments will be extended from the Fitzroy to the Wide Bay-Burnett areas," he said.

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  15. House of Cards season 3 launches on US Netflix, will Australians be watching?Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    ... dominant television and film streaming service in the US. It will be the third streaming service to launch into Australia in 2015, following the Foxtel-owned Presto and the Nine Network and Fairfax Media-owned Stan . House of Cards weekend. ...

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  16. Lake residents warned about travelling conmanRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | ABC News

    The New South Wales Fair Trading Commissioner is warning Lake Macquarie residents not to fall for a scammer offering to do roofing work and odd jobs in the area. Rod Stowe says his office has received several reports that traders with Irish accents have been going door-to-door offering to do work for people around Eleebana.

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  17. Second armed hold-up in as many nights in DubboRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | ABC News

    Detectives are investigating the possibility that one man may be responsible for two armed hold ups at Dubbo this week in the Central West fo New South Wales. A man armed with a knife last night threatened a female attendant at the Dominoes pizza outlet in Erskine Street.

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  18. "The hall was packed" for palliative care meeting in OrangeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | ABC News

    ... active group within the Orange community," Dr McMaster said. She said the region was like many areas outside urban Australia where thousands of people were unable to receive palliative care when they were very sick and needed attention.

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  19. Knockout blow: CYMS hit by injuries ahead of clash with Wagga KangaroosRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Central Western Daily

    ON THE BALL: Dom Maley was pencilled in to make his return for CYMS in Friday night's West Wyalong, until injury struck at training. MICK Sullivan has never been one to shy away from the pursuit of winning, but the Orange CYMS captain-coach has had a change of heart ahead of Friday night's opening round of the West Wyalong knockout.

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  20. SA steps up federal budget fight with Abbott GovernmentRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | ABC News

    The South Australian Government is using a taxpayer-funded advertising campaign to take another swipe at last year's federal budget, as the Coalition vows to respond with its own ads. The SA Government ads, set to run for 10 weeks, blame Prime Minister Tony Abbott's Government for cuts to pensioners' concessions in South Australia.

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