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Sydney Festival ride keeps punters swinging in the rain
Darling Harbour is fast becoming the home of the Sydney Festivals quirkier installations. Last year youngsters flocked to the area opposite the IMAX cinema to climb on Merchants Store, Argentinian artist Leandro Erlichs work that featured a Rocks-style building facade underneath a giant mirrorthe reflection gave the impression children were hanging from the second and third storeys. This year children and more than a few adultsare rushing to the same spot for a ride on Waterfall Swing. The ...
Sun Herald 11/01/2015     no charge     129 words

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Australian punters continue to kick goals in US college games
While Australia waits to see how Jarryd Hayne's NFL career plan progresses, a much lower-profile national export is in high demand.
Sydney Morning Herald 03/01/2015     no charge     339 words

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Criticism not Berry welcome, especially on the home front
Sorry, Gai. My wife was furious when she read my piece last week, before publication, on Tommy Berry's poor ride on Mardi: "You can't publicly knock my jockeys. You've got no right to put into print our private thoughts. Please ring the editor, now, and remove that part from your column." The conversation wasn't helped by our being in the company of a couple who were lawyers, with a lot of defamation experience. One said: "On reading it, Gai, it is fine, it is only defamatory of you and your ...
Sydney Morning Herald 26/01/2015     no charge     905 words

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ScoutswooOzpunters
WHILE Australia waits to see how Jarryd Hayne's NFL career plan progresses, a much lower-profile national export is in demand.
Illawarra Mercury 03/01/2015     no charge     228 words

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Much better than good, the day was on track for being the best
Randwick course curator Nevesh Ramdani must have been delighted with Saturday's track. It was excellent. This is a big concession coming from me, as I have been, over the years, a critic of the course. But the only criticism I can make is that it should have been described as "track fast".
Sydney Morning Herald 19/01/2015     no charge     869 words

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Mountain of treats extol art of noise
SUGAR MOUNTAIN Rating: 3.5/5 Victorian College of the Arts January 24
The Age 26/01/2015     no charge     490 words

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From little things&
Before Jerome Borazio launched his determinedly no-frills St Jerome's bar on Caledonian Lane in 2004, the dingy alleyway around the corner from Myer had seen more rats than humans.
The Sunday Age 25/01/2015     no charge     480 words

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Tech-savvy pitchsiders in game of hide-and-seek
A few seconds is all some punters need for a winning edge, writes Andrew Wu.
Sydney Morning Herald 24/01/2015     no charge     1026 words

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And now for our next trick: a top event
The mirrors in the Spiegeltent have been polished. The contortionists set to bend across its stage are limber. International guests from Belgium, Shanghai and beyond are streaming through customs. The street art-covered labyrinth has been erected. The 2015 Sydney Festival is ready to go.
Sydney Morning Herald 08/01/2015     no charge     433 words

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Big market but is it super
IMAGINE I had a corner shop. There I am, behind the counter with my sleeves rolled up and my little clerk's visor shielding my face, with lolly jars and ciggies hidden on the wall behind me.
Newcastle Herald 03/01/2015     no charge     737 words

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Next deal to include Sky
The next long-term media rights deal for Victorian racing will include Sky Channel after Racing Victoria chairman Rob Roulston described claims the governing body was at war with Tabcorp as "rubbish".
The Age 01/01/2015     no charge     734 words

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Beer, burgers, bikinis
Yep, it's summer in Sydney. Celebrate our favourite season at these ten pubs and clubs. By Callan Boys.
Sydney Morning Herald 27/01/2015     no charge     1157 words

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Costa's support for Geelong recognised
Nothing is as sweet for Frank Costa as the 2007 premiership.
The Age 26/01/2015     no charge     337 words

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sidelines - A day out at the races with Rabbs
A day out at the races with Rabbs
Newcastle Herald 26/01/2015     no charge     1097 words

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TV MONDAY 26/01
MOVIE: AUSTRALIA
Sun Herald 25/01/2015     no charge     250 words

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TV MONDAY 26/01
MOVIE: AUSTRALIA
The Sunday Age 25/01/2015     no charge     251 words

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The prince who shunned a queen
Queen Elizabeth wanted Zabeel to to stand as a shuttle stallion at the Royal Stud, but his owner, Sir Patrick Hogan, turned her down. Chris Roots explains why.
The Age 24/01/2015     no charge     1373 words

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Jockeys showing initiative deserve benefit of doubt
'Whilst I know I'm fighting an unwinnable battle with you over the 'notification of tactics', surely the stewards are entitled to some recognition on Saturday ... Never have we criticised a rider for showing initiative as this has nothing to do with the change in tactics policy."
Sydney Morning Herald 24/01/2015     no charge     694 words

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HOGAN'S hero
The last progeny of Sir Patrick Hogan's champion stallion Zabeel goes on sale on Monday, bringing down the curtain on one of the legendary stud careers. Chris Roots reports.
Sydney Morning Herald 24/01/2015     no charge     1534 words

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Briefs
Ghost Protocol prepares for 12th run
Sydney Morning Herald 24/01/2015     no charge     219 words

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Game, set and match to the ace server of the latest in tennis technology
The new roof that spans Margaret Court Arena does more than keep out the weather.
The Age 22/01/2015     no charge     515 words

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Cricket fans and TV networks love sledging and aggro
The problem with trying to rein in our "street-thug" cricketers' behaviour lies not with weak administration but with us, the spectators and viewers ("Banter is one thing, but it's time to call sledging what it really is: cheating", January 21).
Sydney Morning Herald 22/01/2015     no charge     171 words

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AFC ticket rules make no sense
JUST when it seemed Nathan Tinkler was an unbackable favourite to win the gold medal for sheer bloody-mindedness from a sporting official, along comes the Asian Football Confederation to stake a late claim.
Newcastle Herald 22/01/2015     no charge     383 words

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BRIEFS
More wrist surgery for Del Potro
Sydney Morning Herald 22/01/2015     no charge     211 words

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So much to love in mind-expanding MOFO festival mix
MONA FOMA Hobart, January 15-18
The Age 21/01/2015     no charge     523 words

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William Hill moves in on wagering brands
Punters will say goodbye to the Sportingbet, Centrebet and Tom Waterhouse online wagering brands as they are replaced by the William Hill moniker of their British parent company in the coming months.
The Age 21/01/2015     no charge     110 words

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The William Hill brand goes all in
Punters will say goodbye to the Sportingbet, Centrebet and Tom Waterhouse online wagering brands as they are replaced by the William Hill moniker of their British parent company in the coming months.
Sydney Morning Herald 21/01/2015     no charge     79 words

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Online gambling brands to be replaced
Punters will say goodbye to the Sportingbet, Centrebet and Tom Waterhouse online wagering brands as they are replaced by the William Hill moniker of their British parent company in the coming months. Next month, William Hill will start with Sportingbet to roll out its 80-year-old brand name, which refers to the original founder, the company said on Tuesday. The rebrand of Centrebet will occur later in the year, while the eponymous brand of young bookmaker Tom Waterhouse will be scrapped in early 2016.
Sydney Morning Herald 21/01/2015     no charge     82 words

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Advancing Australian fare
MURRAY'S Brewery is going all out to advance Australian fare this Australia Day long weekend with a special release Lamb-Borghini Australian IPA and lamb food specials.
Newcastle Herald 21/01/2015     no charge     578 words

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It's not the drinking - it's us
Violence doesn't necessarily follow boozing, writes Tim Gregg.
Sydney Morning Herald 21/01/2015     no charge     620 words

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Racing must eradicate doping from its stables
There must be no compromises, or deals made in back rooms, as Racing Victoria investigates the illegal use of cobalt chloride in racehorses in this state. Nor should there be any delays. The industry has had ample warning, and now it is facing an important juncture.
The Age 19/01/2015     no charge     519 words

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topics
Some things change and remain the same
Newcastle Herald 19/01/2015     no charge     855 words

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The power of love will push Socceroos towards glory
Australia is gathering steam behind this Asian Cup and this Socceroos team: more than 250,000 punters through the doors, some sparkling contests, wonderful stories and, critically for the tournament, an Australian team functioning well and eyeing a place in the final.
Sun Herald 18/01/2015     no charge     664 words

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Socceroos are going to take some beating
Australia is gathering steam behind this Asian Cup and this Socceroos team.
The Sunday Age 18/01/2015     no charge     543 words

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Delete the dirt if you want that job
It's sometimes said that George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four was written as a dire warning, but read by some (politicians, business leaders and assorted miscreants) as a how-to guide. Today's column asks why those bastards should have all the fun.
The Age 17/01/2015     no charge     275 words

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Delete the dirt if you want that job
It's sometimes said that George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four was written as a dire warning, but read by some (politicians, business leaders and assorted miscreants) as a how-to guide. Today's column asks why those bastards should have all the fun.
Sydney Morning Herald 17/01/2015     no charge     275 words

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25,000 fans get down to Domain party
You'd like to think it was a glorious day such as the one when the youth radio station then known as Double Jay first broadcast on January 19, 1975.
Sydney Morning Herald 17/01/2015     no charge     362 words

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Cocaine, the glitterati's drug of choice, still leaves a long trail of destruction
No one seems to care about the victims half a world away, writes Neal Vaughan.
Sydney Morning Herald 16/01/2015     no charge     790 words

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Scratchley guns to provide overture's cannon fire
THE famous guns of Fort Scratchley will "perform" alongside The Australian Army Band at March's Music of the Guns at the Newcastle landmark.
Newcastle Herald 15/01/2015     no charge     314 words

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Buy early to beat delays, fans told
The message to fans wanting to attend Asian Cup matches at AAMI Park is to get to the ground early or pre-purchase tickets following farcical scenes outside the venue before and during the Iran-Bahrain match on Sunday night.
The Age 14/01/2015     no charge     533 words

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Buy early to beat delays, fans told
The message to fans wanting to attend Asian Cup matches at AAMI Park is to get to the ground early or pre-purchase tickets following farcical scenes outside the venue before and during the Iran-Bahrain match on Sunday night.
The Age 14/01/2015     no charge     373 words

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Crowd violence delays darts final
Police are examining footage shot and posted online by punters at an international darts tournament at Etihad Stadium to determine if any offences were committed.
The Age 12/01/2015     no charge     464 words

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Gear change makes long shot bit too good for rivals
Adelaide trainer Lloyd Kennewell masterminded a boilover in the Magic Millions Guineas on the Gold Coast with outsider Deiheros taking out the million-dollar race.
Sun Herald 11/01/2015     no charge     422 words

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Beach cricket rules
Beach cricket is a rite of summer.
The Sunday Age 11/01/2015     no charge     1038 words

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Tricky foursome just like a boy band - except magic
BAND OF MAGICIANS RATING: 3.5/5 STARS. The Palms at Crown, until January 17
The Age 10/01/2015     no charge     381 words

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Aussies will support mavericks making sure others get a fair go
This weekend I'm on holiday at Merrijig.
Sydney Morning Herald 10/01/2015     no charge     687 words

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Aussies will support mavericks making sure others get a fair go
This weekend I'm on holiday at Merrijig. Although Louise is not sure how a retired person like me can have holidays. Merrijig is a one-pub town at the foot of Mt Buller in the Victorian Alps. It's about 20 minutes as the crow flies from Stringybark Creek, where Ned Kelly and his gang murdered three policemen from my town of Mansfield on October 26, 1878.
The Age 10/01/2015     no charge     687 words

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Sydney Festival kicks off with extra capacity in the village
The mirrors in the Spiegeltent have been polished. The contortionists set to bend across its stage are limber. International guests from Belgium, Shanghai and beyond are streaming through Customs. The street art-covered labyrinth has been erected. The 2015 Sydney Festival is ready to go.
The Age 09/01/2015     no charge     385 words

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Spruikers Neill and Del Piero missing in action
So, Lucas Neill and Alessandro Del Piero, where the bloody hell are you? The organisers of the Asian Cup have two spare seats set aside at AAMI Park on Friday night, should the two tournament ambassadors decide to turn up. But they won't be holding their breath for the two most prominent faces used in the event's early promotional material.
The Age 09/01/2015     no charge     748 words

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The Hairdryer
So, Lucas Neill and Alessandro Del Piero, where the bloody hell are you? The organisers of the Asian Cup have two spare seats set aside at AAMI Park on Friday night, should the two tournament ambassadors decide to turn up. But they won't be holding their breath for the two most prominent faces used in the event's early promotional material.
Sydney Morning Herald 09/01/2015     no charge     765 words

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Former Demon Johnston gets big kick out of NFL bid
Cameron Johnston achieved a childhood dream in 2010 when the Melbourne Football Club selected him in the fourth round of the AFL rookie draft.
The Age 09/01/2015     no charge     579 words

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The Age 07/01/2015     no charge     63 words

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16 essential summer experiences
It's the perfect time to grab a slice of fun or fine fare in our corner of the world, writes Gemima Cody.
The Age 06/01/2015     no charge     2019 words

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Markwell heralds 2015 with double
A NEW year, same old Gwenda Markwell at Kembla Grange.
Illawarra Mercury 05/01/2015     no charge     404 words

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8 DAYS
Today JAN 4
The Sunday Age 04/01/2015     no charge     1029 words

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The summer I ... left my hometown
I thought my brother was nuts when he moved from Perth to Melbourne.
The Age 03/01/2015     no charge     1434 words

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2015 Superyachts, celebs and the seriously rich hit Sydney for New Year
For 48 hours our city celebrated the ringing in of 2015, from imported billionaires taking in the sights aboard their gin palaces to an exotic collection of local native social fauna who partied from New Year's Eve right through to the end of New Year's Day. There were soap stars and pop stars, royalty and underworld figures, footballers, socialites and social wannabes. Here's PS's take on the mother of all parties.
Sydney Morning Herald 03/01/2015     no charge     1518 words

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Sex and our city: takea walk on the steamy side
Anne Davies explores the city's red light history.
Sydney Morning Herald 02/01/2015     no charge     1530 words

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More sites the solution for bigger bang theory
I HATE to be a whinger, but Newcastle's New Year's Eve fireworks on the harbour need a serious rethink.
Newcastle Herald 02/01/2015     no charge     410 words

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Victoria's next deal 'will include Sky'
The next long-term media-rights deal for Victorian racing will include Sky Channel after Racing Victoria chairman Rob Roulston described claims the governing body was at war with Tabcorp as "rubbish".
Sydney Morning Herald 01/01/2015     no charge     455 words

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What we learnt from the third Test
Smith's now own man
Sydney Morning Herald 01/01/2015     no charge     399 words

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Fireworks displays light future dreams
THEY may have been over earlier but they were bigger and brighter as most Hunter venues rolled their New Year's Eve pyrotechnics into 9pm fireworks displays - forgoing midnight events.
Newcastle Herald 01/01/2015     no charge     749 words

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Fireworks display thrills thousands
THEY may have been earlier but they were also brighter, higher and the displays lasted longer as Hunter venues rolled all their pyrotechnic might into a single 9pm fireworks display to ring in the new year.
Newcastle Herald 01/01/2015     no charge     795 words

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