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Australian punters wager $287 million on World Cup
The Socceroos may have bowed out of the World Cup after the group stage but Australian punters kept bookmakers busy, placing more than $287 million in bets throughout the month-long tournament in Brazil.
The Age 16/07/2014     no charge     289 words

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Australian punters bet $287m on World Cup
The Socceroos may have bowed out of the World Cup after the group stage but Australian punters kept bookmakers busy, placing more than $287 million in bets throughout the month-long tournament in Brazil.
Sydney Morning Herald 16/07/2014     no charge     307 words

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Punters left in a quandary over Waller
The heat from Saturday's fourth at Randwick, taken by Specific Choice, backed with confidence, had hardly subsided before the Racing NSW stewards took the appropriate action.
Sydney Morning Herald 14/07/2014     no charge     636 words

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Punters disregard rise in business confidence
Shares drifted lower on Tuesday as local data showed that while business conditions and sentiment improved again in June, consumer confidence continued to soften in the wake of federal budget cuts announced in May.
Sydney Morning Herald 09/07/2014     no charge     343 words

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Punters disregard rise in business confidence
Shares drifted lower on Tuesday as local data showed that while business conditions and sentiment improved again in June, consumer confidence continued to soften in the wake of federal budget cuts announced in May.
The Age 09/07/2014     no charge     343 words

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Punters set to obtain access to Hong Kong betting pools
Punters are set to be able to bet into multimillion-dollar pools on Hong Kong racing when the first national tote pool comes into effect by the end of next year.
Sydney Morning Herald 07/07/2014     no charge     684 words

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Punters to bet into HK pools
Punters will be able to bet into multimillion-dollar pools on Hong Kong racing when the first national tote pool starts next year.
The Age 07/07/2014     no charge     253 words

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Little sympathy for corporate bookies whingeing about new betting rules
Corporate bookmakers feel they are being exposed to a Harold Larwood, bodyline-style attack by the new betting minimums (ie exposure to loss) imposed justifiably by Racing NSW.
Sydney Morning Herald 25/07/2014     no charge     374 words

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William Hill confident RVL will approve lower fees
Pressure from the wagering industry has led Racing Victoria Ltd to consider a lower fee regime for big punters who make large bets but leave little margin for bookmakers.
Sydney Morning Herald 21/07/2014     no charge     201 words

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William Hill confident RVL will approve lower fees
Pressure from the wagering industry has led Racing Victoria Ltd to consider a lower fee regime for big punters who make large bets but leave little margin for bookmakers.
The Age 21/07/2014     no charge     201 words

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Randwick track being killed with kindness
A serious issue for racing is the course proper at Headquarters. It is an unfair surface and the punters, racing's only customers, do not like to bet there. This is a huge financial cost to racing.
Sydney Morning Herald 28/07/2014     no charge     712 words

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Industry's media push
Racing needs all the friends it can get.
The Age 22/07/2014     no charge     488 words

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Cooked with locals in mind
WITH names like the Stocko burger, the Newy burger, the Cowrie burger and even the Susan Gilmore burger - not to mention the business name itself - there's no doubting the origins of the Newy Burger Co.
Newcastle Herald 09/07/2014     no charge     606 words

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SEVEN DAYS
Thursday, July 24 KNIGHTS siblings Sione and Chanel Mata'utia get the chance to make a name for themselves after being selected for their NRL debut against the Chooks.
Newcastle Herald 31/07/2014     no charge     1274 words

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Kiwi connection a winner
A RARE winner for leading trainer Chris Waller turned into a historic one for New Zealand jockey James McDonald at Warwick Farm yesterday.
Newcastle Herald 31/07/2014     no charge     556 words

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Saturday's no-go zone is just a matter of numbers
Drab Sydney Saturdays, lacking field size, thus betting substance, are hardly a recent problem, even though the scorned Kensington circuit takes a measure of blame from the weekend.
Sydney Morning Herald 28/07/2014     no charge     630 words

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Set of six
1. Tallis shows that ex-players operate by different rules
Sydney Morning Herald 28/07/2014     no charge     719 words

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All the living room's a stage
Roll up the rug, push back the coffee table - Sydney actors are set to tread the boards between TV and couch for a new theatre series that turns living rooms into stages.
Sydney Morning Herald 28/07/2014     no charge     343 words

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Thiamandi wins in comfort
The silence was deafening at Caulfield on Saturday after outsider Thiamandi won the group 3 Bletchingly Stakes (1200 metres), with red-hot $1.40 favourite Lord Of The Sky finishing a well-beaten fourth.
The Sunday Age 27/07/2014     no charge     495 words

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Lord Of The Sky burns his backers
Punters were left as flat as the beaten favourite Lord Of The Sky after Saturday's group 3, 1200-metre Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield.
Sun Herald 27/07/2014     no charge     300 words

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The robot and the Barbie doll
My Irish friend Kevin and I have spent the evening hopping around Tokyo's weird and wacky theme bars. We've had beers in Alice in Wonderland, whose decor - and staff uniforms - were inspired by Lewis Carroll's fantastical tale.
Sun Herald 27/07/2014     no charge     559 words

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Changes to team lists to protect integrity
The NRL will consider overhauling the way teams are announced to prevent the trading of inside information as part of sweeping reforms to protect the integrity of the code.
Sun Herald 27/07/2014     no charge     432 words

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Nerves of steel a must for other man from Ironbark
'He sells nuts and bolts at Wellington but he'll let you on for anything."
Sun Herald 27/07/2014     no charge     757 words

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MOTHER BARE
The Studio, Sydney Opera House Until August 3
Sun Herald 27/07/2014     no charge     197 words

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Home buyers prefer to gamble on the payback
Australians would rather float than fix on mortgages, writes Melanie Kembrey.
The Age 26/07/2014     no charge     615 words

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Ramadan puts family at centre of the table
The nightly Ramadan meal at Musher Saleh's Lakemba home is a thoroughly everyday, family affair; toys litter the floor, the television is glowing but muted, there are tantrums and spillages to manage.
Sydney Morning Herald 26/07/2014     no charge     452 words

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Do not cross the language barrier
I can't say I was one of the Australians who covered themselves in glory at the Sydney Olympics. My competitive event was the marathon argument with blue-coated volunteer marshals, and I copped a flogging.
Sydney Morning Herald 26/07/2014     no charge     975 words

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Chingy's rap a repeat of times past
CHINGY Finnegan's July 17
Newcastle Herald 26/07/2014     no charge     359 words

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Volunteers helpfulness gets lost in translation
I can't say I was one of the Australians who covered themselves in glory at the Sydney Olympics. My competitive event was the marathon argument with blue-coated volunteer marshals, and I copped a flogging.
The Age 26/07/2014     no charge     780 words

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MY SECRET MELBOURNE
Born in regional Victoria, Doug Hall studied in Melbourne and later worked in Brisbane for two decades. As a child he was abandoned at the MCG, he has a personal connection with Dights Falls and the craziness of the punters on the 86 tram inspires him. BY MARY O'BRIEN
The Age 26/07/2014     no charge     835 words

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Home buyers prefer to gamble on the payback
Australians would rather float than fix on mortgages, writes Melanie Kembrey.
Sydney Morning Herald 26/07/2014     no charge     622 words

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Shape
Meet the masters of their craft
The Age 25/07/2014     no charge     368 words

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Well done, Bishop, Quinlan and Gillard
We should be proud of Julie Bishop and our United Nations ambassador, Gary Quinlan; their actions in the UN Security Council and behind the scenes have achieved outcomes of immense importance to the families from all nations affected by the MH17 tragedy ("How Australia achieved what other nations could not", July 23).
Sydney Morning Herald 24/07/2014     no charge     731 words

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Versatile menu ticks boxes
THERE'S no doubt Novocastrians love good pub grub and we're spoilt for choice throughout Newcastle and the 'burbs when it comes to a schnitty and a brew or two.
Newcastle Herald 23/07/2014     no charge     333 words

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Cooking up a joyful noise
Via Napoli, Hunters Hill Address 64-68 Gladesville Road, Hunters Hill, 02 9428 3297 Open Tues-Thurs, 5-10pm, Fri-Sun, noon-3pm & 5-10pm vianapolipizzeria.com.au Italian / Pizzeria
Sydney Morning Herald 22/07/2014     no charge     467 words

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Shake-up is the bet in AFL
Punting entrepreneur Matt Tripp has signalled a shake-up of the AFL's gambling partnerships, with the league considering spreading its front-line deal.
The Sunday Age 20/07/2014     no charge     468 words

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A DRY SPELL
ABSTAINING FOR A MONTH IS A CHALLENGE MANY PEOPLE APPRECIATE, AND THIS MONTH IT'S A WIN-WIN SITUATION, WRITES JAYNE D'ARCY.
The Sunday Age 20/07/2014     no charge     2248 words

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Shake-up is the hot bet in AFL
Punting entrepreneur Matt Tripp has signalled a shake-up of the AFL's gambling partnerships, with the league considering spreading its front-line deal.
The Sunday Age 20/07/2014     no charge     448 words

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Bart has spring in his step for another tilt at Melbourne Cup
Bart Cummings says training is in his DNA and he has no intention of finishing his celebrated career. That is why he is looking forward to his next good horse and perhaps finding another Melbourne Cup winner.
Sydney Morning Herald 19/07/2014     no charge     603 words

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Old-school meets hip
The owners of this Thornbury cafe are mixing it up, writes KYLIE NORTHOVER. JERRY JOY 128 MANSFIELD STREET, THORNBURY 9484 0503 TUE-FRI 7.30AM-4PM; WEEKENDS 8AM-4PM
The Age 19/07/2014     no charge     502 words

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LETTERS
If only we could can all those useless MPs
Sydney Morning Herald 18/07/2014     no charge     253 words

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Changes not so super
I NOTICE that the federal government's review of superannuation is proposing that people no longer have access to lump sums and be made instead, to take a pension.
Newcastle Herald 18/07/2014     no charge     710 words

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Xylia Allen chases Miata's record
THE modern all-distance star Xylia Allen has won her past seven starts and, on Saturday night at The Meadows, can take a significant step towards surpassing Miata as this country's highest stakes earner.
Illawarra Mercury 16/07/2014     no charge     278 words

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theherald.com.au
theherald.com.au The Herald reported that major Hunter contractor the Daracon Group gave $15,000 through its companies to the campaign of state member for Newcastle Tim Owen. How can you have fair elections when some candidates are sponsored big-time and can afford greater advertising and logistics to give an unfair advantage? Stop the developer land grab
Newcastle Herald 15/07/2014     no charge     310 words

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Bookie's error gives punter a big payout
It's the kind of windfall every gambler dreams about. A mystery punter could be looking for a new car after taking advantage of the TAB wrongly pricing the fixed odds on Good Job Bro at Doomben on Saturday.
Sydney Morning Herald 14/07/2014     no charge     345 words

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Musical raises bar - onto stage
Melburnians probably aren't used to buying a drink on the set of a show, but putting a working bar on stage is all part of the intimate feel John Frost is hoping to achieve with his latest venture, Once the Musical.
The Age 12/07/2014     no charge     402 words

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Cinema chains banking on us
Going to the movies used to be one of the most democratic experiences available to us, but not any more. As our not-entirely-unscientific analysis (see breakout) shows, the cost of a ticket to the latest blockbuster movie could vary by as much as a factor of four, depending on which cinema, which suburb and which format you choose to see it in.
The Age 12/07/2014     no charge     1060 words

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Top 5
FILM
Sydney Morning Herald 11/07/2014     no charge     625 words

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Tons of joy for understated Meech
Linda Meech jets off home to New Zealand on Friday to take a well-earned break.
The Age 10/07/2014     no charge     485 words

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Parlez vous dance?
Unique is not an overused word for Art vs Science's heady blend, writes Kate Tarala.
Newcastle Herald 10/07/2014     no charge     1027 words

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SEVEN DAYS
Thursday, July 3 TODD Carney's reputation might be mud on the east coast of Australia but on the other side of the Nullarbor, the punters are cheering his name in absolute delight.
Newcastle Herald 10/07/2014     no charge     1144 words

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Byblos gives Kember a Kembla toremember
PUNTERS shouldn't have been so surprised when Byblos Boy saluted at enormous odds for local trainer Shane Kember at Kembla Grange on Wednesday.
Illawarra Mercury 09/07/2014     no charge     272 words

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Clipperton's star rises
HE'S been given the all clear to wrap up a rare second straight Sydney apprentice's premiership but jockey Sam Clipperton isn't banking on his name being etched in the record books just yet.
Illawarra Mercury 09/07/2014     no charge     462 words

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Newcastle's new hot spot
THE buzz around Newcastle West's newest drinking and dining spot, The Edwards, is practically deafening. And well deserved.
Newcastle Herald 09/07/2014     no charge     409 words

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Hong Kong push could pave way for national totalisator
The first weekend in July is one of the best for racing. Not in Australia but around the world.
Sydney Morning Herald 08/07/2014     no charge     462 words

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QUICK BITES
COOK
Sydney Morning Herald 05/07/2014     no charge     471 words

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The mighty into the mire, and none too soon
It took far too long, but finally the Commonwealth Bank has been dragged - screaming and kicking all the way - to admit that it ripped off thousands of customers who had sought financial advice over almost a decade.
Sydney Morning Herald 05/07/2014     no charge     1019 words

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Le Tour of duty: saddle up, folks, and put the coffee on
As if a fortnight of late nights and early mornings werent enough for Australian sports fanatics.
Sydney Morning Herald 05/07/2014     no charge     364 words

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Family fun holds sway
IT'S come a long way since the wild days of mystery concoctions and lax alcohol laws, but Cessnock's Jungle Juice Cup Race Day still serves up one of country NSW's premier race days.
Newcastle Herald 02/07/2014     no charge     122 words

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Big hello for Dolly and Aussies
There was rain, hail, and snatches of sun, a smattering of Aussie acts doing us proud and - for the first time - there was Dolly (and Metallica).
The Age 01/07/2014     no charge     470 words

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