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The Age 18/10/2014     no charge     19 words

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Articles in the public interest: Fairfax
Fairfax Media says it was in the public interest to publish details about a fund-raising forum that offered access to federal Treasurer Joe Hockey in exchange for donations of thousands of dollars.
Sydney Morning Herald 17/07/2014     no charge     497 words

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Flaming trolls get doused
The wide-open, anonymous comment was the source of a huge amount of complaints
Newcastle Herald 10/05/2014     no charge     765 words

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Free speech or hate speech? The issue dividing Australia
Fredrick Toben always insisted he wasn't a Holocaust denier because you couldn't deny something that never happened. The German-born Australian says there was never any systematic German program to kill Jewish people, denies the existence of gas chambers at Auschwitz and claims that Jews exaggerated the numbers murdered during World War II, sometimes for financial gain.
The Age 29/03/2014     no charge     1759 words

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Press Council adjudication
THE Press Council has considered a complaint by Margaret MacDonald-Hill about a series of articles in the Newcastle Herald relating to chairs of Community Consultative Committees (CCCs) and selection of arbitrators to preside over land access disputes between mining companies and landowners.
Newcastle Herald 23/01/2015     no charge     649 words

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Battered, bruised but unapologetic
The columnist feels like a piano is dropped on his head every day,writes Gay Alcorn.
Sydney Morning Herald 03/05/2014     no charge     1650 words

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Fairfax Media seeks forum documents
Fairfax Media has called on a Sydney Liberal Party fund-raising forum to provide all documents regarding any involvement by federal Treasurer Joe Hockey in its activities as part of the defamation action brought by Mr Hockey.
Sydney Morning Herald 22/01/2015     no charge     504 words

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Press Council adjudication
The Press Council has considered whether a series of news reports in The Sydney Morning Herald between August and December 2013 breached its Standards of Practice.
Sydney Morning Herald 07/08/2014     no charge     644 words

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Setting the record straight
Andrew Bolt declines my invitation to lunch. "I've read what you have written about me and would hate myself for trying to persuade you I am actually human," he says in an email. "I'd hate myself even more on finding I had failed."
The Age 03/05/2014     no charge     2134 words

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Human factors
The trouble with academic history is that it tends to ignore what really drives world affairs. BY PAUL HAM
Sydney Morning Herald 22/03/2014     no charge     1369 words

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Human factors
The trouble with academic history is that it tends to ignore what really drives human affairs. BY PAUL HAM
The Age 22/03/2014     no charge     1369 words

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Press Council adjudication
The Press Council has upheld two complaints from Dr Timothy Hawkes about articles in The Sun-Herald and The Sydney Morning Herald in December 2012 concerning a student from The Kings School in Sydney who was charged with a serious criminal offence while on an overseas exchange program. The articles described the response by the school and by Dr Hawkes, its Headmaster. Police later dropped the charges. The Council decided that the articles breached the students privacy, without there being ...
Sun Herald 09/03/2014     no charge     194 words

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Press Council adjudication
The Press Council has upheld two complaints from Dr Timothy Hawkes about articles in The Sun-Herald and The Sydney Morning Herald in December 2012 concerning a student from The King's School in Sydney who was charged with a serious criminal offence while on an overseas exchange program. The articles described the response by the school and by Dr Hawkes, its Headmaster. Police later dropped the charges. The Council decided that the articles breached the student's privacy, without there being ...
Sydney Morning Herald 07/03/2014     no charge     195 words

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Rich history frames artwork
JOHN Vander, recognised among Australia's top artists, is about to celebrate 34 years at Articles Fine Art Gallery at Stanwell Park.
Illawarra Mercury 22/02/2014     no charge     436 words

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Gittany's girlfriend sues after site claims she was a stripper
The girlfriend of convicted killer Simon Gittany is suing the Daily Mail for defamation over claims she is the "world's most deluded woman" and a former stripper.
Sydney Morning Herald 29/10/2014     no charge     439 words

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Nude photo theft a wake-up call
Sanctimonious commentators are clouding the issue of privacy, writes Josephine Tovey.
Sydney Morning Herald 06/09/2014     no charge     788 words

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Nude photo theft a real wake-up call
You could be forgiven for thinking there was a shortage of naked women on the internet, given the fervour with which a stolen cache of photos was greeted this week.
The Age 06/09/2014     no charge     782 words

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Europe's journalism goes down the Google hole
Across Britain, news stories are disappearing from the internet.
The Age 05/07/2014     no charge     640 words

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Europe's journalism goes down the Google hole
Across Britain, news stories are disappearing from the internet.
Sydney Morning Herald 05/07/2014     no charge     640 words

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Cruel blow for pensioners
Cruel blow for pensioners MORE and more nasties are surfacing out of the federal budget that were not mentioned on budget night.
Newcastle Herald 20/05/2014     no charge     1348 words

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Job creation a poor second to true beauty
The Drip is but one natural wonder at risk from mining, writes John Ure. THERE is a cancerous discord between those who support mining on the basis of its job-creation opportunities, and those who oppose it on environmental grounds, especially the impacts on people who live in the shadow of coalmines, aswell as the wider environmental impact of coalmining on climate change.
Newcastle Herald 22/04/2014     no charge     567 words

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LETTERS
Class warfare over public housing shows need for ethical political party
Sydney Morning Herald 22/03/2014     no charge     1582 words

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Refugee rage leaves us fenced in by fear
Say there was civil war here.
Sydney Morning Herald 27/02/2014     no charge     1000 words

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We all support free speech ... when it suits us
For better or for worse, most Australians are not Charlie Hebdo.
The Age 14/01/2015     no charge     996 words

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Why the disbelief? It is getting hotter
The facts on higher temperatures are in, yet we continue to argue the point, writes Peter Martin.
The Sunday Age 11/01/2015     no charge     762 words

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SPORTS BYTES
MUST READ
The Age 27/12/2014     no charge     347 words

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Hundreds saved by kidney pioneer
Paul Roy 1939-2014
Sydney Morning Herald 27/12/2014     no charge     892 words

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PSSST
The write stuff for sports medicine
The Sunday Age 16/11/2014     no charge     1073 words

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Neo-Nazi revelations put Libs' campaign into damage control
A Liberal Party activist working on the party's campaign in key marginal seats is a former neo-Nazi who claimed in 2010 that the Port Arthur massacre was a Jewish conspiracy.
The Age 13/11/2014     no charge     483 words

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LETTERS
Sign on to real battle
The Age 04/11/2014     no charge     1375 words

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Killer's girlfriend sues for defamation
THE girlfriend of convicted killer Simon Gittany is suing the Daily Mail for defamation over claims she is the "world's most deluded woman" and a "former stripper".
Illawarra Mercury 29/10/2014     no charge     340 words

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Erudite advocate achieved distinction in science, the law and as a book collector
JOHN EMMERSON Physicist, barrister, bibliophile 4-4-1938 - 14-8-2014 John McLaren Emmerson, QC, who died aged 76, achieved distinction in three disparate fields: as an Oxford don in the pioneering days of particle physics; as a Melbourne barrister practising in the field of intellectual property; and as a collector of books and other papers from the Civil War of the 1640s in England.
The Age 29/09/2014     no charge     821 words

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Welcome to Traveller.com.au
Your destination for travel inspiration
Sydney Morning Herald 27/09/2014     no charge     1147 words

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Humble man of high achievement
Antony Kidman 19382014
Sydney Morning Herald 20/09/2014     no charge     1019 words

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Publish or perish killing scientific returns
Australian scientists produce a mountain of research but much of it is just about chasing funding, writes Gary Newman.
The Age 25/08/2014     no charge     1315 words

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Culture of secrecy threatens our democracy
'I hear there's rumours on the, uh, internets" - George W. Bush, St Louis, Missouri 2004.
Sydney Morning Herald 09/08/2014     no charge     758 words

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Cultural secrecy threatens Australia's democracy
I hear there's rumours on the, uh, internets - George W. Bush, St Louis, Missouri, 2004.
The Age 09/08/2014     no charge     804 words

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Press Council adjudication
The Press Council has considered whether a series of articles in The Sydney Morning Herald between August and December 2013 breached its Standards of Practice relating to fairness and balance.
Sydney Morning Herald 07/08/2014     no charge     130 words

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Debate no longer private
THE National Disability Insurance Scheme marked its first birthday this month, with another anniversary due on October 17, the day the Newcastle Herald revealed plans to close the Stockton Centre and privatise all state-run disability services.
Newcastle Herald 22/07/2014     no charge     663 words

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LETTERS
Tax axed and now put to the torch
Sydney Morning Herald 18/07/2014     no charge     870 words

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Right to be forgotten online a dangerous precedent
Forcing search engines to remove online material is a threat to freedom of speech.
The Age 16/07/2014     no charge     901 words

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Devil in the detail for Anglican Church hierarchy
The outgoing primate's fight against institutionalised child sex abuse must continue. The announcement of the departure of Dr Phillip Aspinall as primate of the Anglican Church of Australia might not seem a significant event. After all, the church is hardly in good shape, with falling congregations and the rise and rise of the new god of Richard Dawkins' atheism.
The Age 25/06/2014     no charge     704 words

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Hockey loses bid over court date
Treasurer Joe Hockey has been unsuccessful in his bid to have his defamation suit against Fairfax Media heard this year.
Sydney Morning Herald 20/06/2014     no charge     271 words

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CBA faces $250m payout
The Commonwealth Bank could be forced to pay hundreds of millions of dollars in additional compensation to customers who claim they were victims of misconduct including fraud and forgery in its financial planning business.
The Age 14/06/2014     no charge     630 words

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Inspiration, intimidation
If you are looking for photographic inspiration and intimidation, look no further than 50 Lux, the e-zine for "photography educators, students and enthusiasts", showcasing the work of some exceptionally gifted photographers. Issue 6 of 50 Lux can be downloaded from 50lux.org - it is free, but make sure you subscribe. And while you're on the webpage, also download the previous issues to see a lot of extraordinary work being done by local photographers.
Sydney Morning Herald 26/05/2014     no charge     667 words

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Inspiration, intimidation
PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-GH4
The Age 22/05/2014     no charge     677 words

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Hockey to sue Fairfax Media
Joe Hockey has launched defamation proceedings against Fairfax Media over front-page articles headlined "Treasurer For Sale".
Sydney Morning Herald 21/05/2014     no charge     115 words

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Hockey sues Fairfax
Hockey sues Fairfax
The Age 21/05/2014     no charge     140 words

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Statins claims in spotlight
ACADEMIC papers that questioned the widespread use of cholesterol-reducing statins are to be the subject of an independent investigation for one of Britain's most prestigious medical journals.
Newcastle Herald 16/05/2014     no charge     171 words

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SHORT TAKES
What a great read the stories are from the students of the many schools in the Herald's school newspaper competition. Congratulations to the teachers for all the education they have given to the children in a wide range of subjects.
Newcastle Herald 09/05/2014     no charge     487 words

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CBD
Syringe maker stung by blogs
The Age 24/04/2014     no charge     644 words

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CBD
Syringe maker stung by blogs
Sydney Morning Herald 24/04/2014     no charge     639 words

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The fight he couldn't win
Boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter became a cause celebre after he was wrongfully convicted of murder. Geoffrey Robertson recalls a case that didn't stand a chance.
The Age 22/04/2014     no charge     1343 words

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Wikipedia hits help track flu spread in close to real time, research finds
The number of hits recorded on Wikipedia articles could track the spread of flu and other illnesses faster than existing systems, research says.
The Age 19/04/2014     no charge     187 words

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Wiki tracks flu spread
THE number of hits recorded on Wikipedia articles could track the spread of flu and other illnesses faster than existing systems.
Newcastle Herald 19/04/2014     no charge     103 words

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Wiki tracks flu better
THE number of hits recorded on Wikipedia articles could track the spread of flu and other illnesses faster than existing systems, research says.
Newcastle Herald 19/04/2014     no charge     129 words

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Wikipedia hits help to track flu spread
The number of hits recorded on Wikipedia articles could track the spread of flu and other illnesses faster than existing systems, research says.
Sydney Morning Herald 19/04/2014     no charge     205 words

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Puig stays silent on death threats
LOS ANGELES: Los Angeles Dodgers star outfielder Yasiel Puig says he won't be drawn into discussing his flight from Cuba despite magazine articles describing human trafficking, a drug cartel and death threats.
Newcastle Herald 18/04/2014     no charge     262 words

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Rogue planner a symptom of ill system
A Commonwealth Bank whistleblower has put the spotlight on the "ludicrous" compensation model the bank used to pay out victims of rogue planners and warned of the perils of vertical integration.
Sydney Morning Herald 11/04/2014     no charge     783 words

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ASIC admits lack of action in CBA probe
The corporate regulator has conceded it knew the Commonwealth Bank had "sanitised" its client files during an investigation but failed to take any action.
Sydney Morning Herald 11/04/2014     no charge     499 words

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ASIC admits lack of action in CBA probe
The corporate regulator has conceded it knew the Commonwealth Bank had "sanitised" its client files during an investigation but failed to take any action.
The Age 11/04/2014     no charge     499 words

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Potshots at the vertically integrated
A Commonwealth Bank whistleblower has put the spotlight on the "ludicrous" compensation model the bank used to pay out victims of rogue planners and warned of the perils of vertical integration.
The Age 11/04/2014     no charge     783 words

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Fighting for their land
WYONG Golf Club, Wednesday morning, 9am. A big crowd.
Newcastle Herald 05/04/2014     no charge     766 words

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Social tools or trivial pursuits?
The cherished idea of the Twitter universe as a gloriously turbulent and fluid place for debate has taken a major hit, thanks to new research from China.
The Age 03/04/2014     no charge     955 words

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WRITING ON THE WALL
It now owns Woman's Day, the Women's Weekly and TV Week, yet German group Bauer is struggling to make money out of its iconic Australian magazines.
Sydney Morning Herald 29/03/2014     no charge     3420 words

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LETTERS
Best form of defence?
The Age 29/03/2014     no charge     1302 words

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LETTERS
Brighter future in offing
The Sunday Age 02/03/2014     no charge     1194 words

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your say
MOTHERHOOD MATTERS ...
Sun Herald 23/02/2014     no charge     306 words

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Livewire keen to humanise city habitats
Elias Duek-Cohen 1926-2014
Sydney Morning Herald 20/02/2014     no charge     659 words

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LETTERS
Shining a light into an ugly mire . . .
The Age 08/02/2014     no charge     1975 words

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Get the numbers right
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in the Sydney Morning Herald for this date.
Sydney Morning Herald 28/01/2015     no charge     20 words

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Bouchard yearning to topple her idol
She was Eugenie Bouchard's childhood hero, but the Canadian will be out to ensure Maria Sharapova doesn't become her grand slam villain when the pair meet in the Australian Open quarter-finals.
Sydney Morning Herald 26/01/2015     no charge     594 words

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LETTERS
Where's the humanity?
The Age 26/01/2015     no charge     1357 words

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Bouchard primed for Sharapova challenge
"I said when I was still a teenager I didn't want to be the next anyone - I wanted to be the first Maria Sharapova Maria Sharapova
Illawarra Mercury 26/01/2015     no charge     489 words

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SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS
MOVIES
Sydney Morning Herald 26/01/2015     no charge     322 words

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Maria, Eugenie meet in marketer's dream match-up
THE inevitable comparisons between Maria Sharapova, for many years the highest-paid sportswoman on the planet, and rising Canadian superstar Eugenie Bouchard are ramping up again before their blockbuster quarter-final at the Australian Open.
Newcastle Herald 26/01/2015     no charge     385 words

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SUNDAY LIFE
The full text version of the articles for this section is available in the Sun Herald for this date.
The Sunday Age 25/01/2015     no charge     19 words

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DRIVE
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in the Sydney Morning Herald for this date.
The Age 24/01/2015     no charge     20 words

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Traveller
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in Sydney Morning Herald for this date.
The Age 24/01/2015     no charge     19 words

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Good Weekend
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in Sydney Morning Herald for this date.
The Age 24/01/2015     no charge     19 words

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The secret life of drag queens
The drag scene has changed dramatically since the sequinned highs of the '90s, says Kylie Northover.
The Age 24/01/2015     no charge     646 words

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LETTERS
Deep-seated social issues being ignored
Sydney Morning Herald 22/01/2015     no charge     861 words

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Repeal would give racial intolerance open slather
Calls to amend Section 18C invite unfettered freedom of inflammatory opinion.
The Age 22/01/2015     no charge     890 words

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MONEY
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in the Sydney Morning Herald for this date.
Sydney Morning Herald 21/01/2015     no charge     20 words

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Residents happy at more noise monitoring
MANGOOLA mine must carry out targeted low frequency noise monitoring of two Muswellbrook properties after the Environment Protection Authority conceded there were "methodology issues" with five previous mine-commissioned reports.
Newcastle Herald 21/01/2015     no charge     298 words

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Letters
Where's the call for a charter of rights?
The Age 21/01/2015     no charge     583 words

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Sydney whining over venue for Asian Cup clash no surprise
PREDICTABLY it didn't take long for the whining to emanate out of Sydney about Newcastle hosting a potential Asian Cup semi-final featuring the Socceroos.
Newcastle Herald 20/01/2015     no charge     404 words

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Quit your whining and book your ticket to get behind the team
PREDICTABLY it didn't take long for the whining to emanate out of Sydney about Newcastle hosting a potential Asian Cup semi-final featuring the Socceroos.
Newcastle Herald 20/01/2015     no charge     404 words

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SUNDAY LIFE
The full text version of the articles for this section is available in the Sun Herald for this date.
The Sunday Age 18/01/2015     no charge     19 words

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When children go to war
Kate Saunders' son Felix committed suicide in 2012. A year later she began to write Five Children on the Western Front, a children's book about the World War I, writes NICOLETTE JONES.
Illawarra Mercury 17/01/2015     no charge     791 words

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I confess
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in the Sydney Morning Herald for this date.
The Age 17/01/2015     no charge     20 words

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Living by his new lyrics
HAWAII-BASED singer, guitarist and songwriter Donavon Frankenreiter has announced a 17-date tour of Australia around his April Byron Bay Bluesfest show.
Newcastle Herald 15/01/2015     no charge     791 words

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The long haul
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in the The Age for this date.
Sydney Morning Herald 14/01/2015     no charge     19 words

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We're all supporters of free speech ... so long as some things are not said
Some issues aren't complicated. They are simple black and white. The murder of 17 French innocents, 10 of them simply for being involved in a publication that ridiculed Islam, is an outrage. It should be condemned. Je suis Charlie.
Sydney Morning Herald 14/01/2015     no charge     551 words

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Church abuse suicides
ALL 30 are dead, probably by suicide. All 30 were abused by clergy or other religious officials in the Maitland-Newcastle Catholic diocese.
Newcastle Herald 13/01/2015     no charge     446 words

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Prolific man of letters and principles
Geoff Mullen dictated a letter to the editor of the Herald from his deathbed on Sunday, November 23 last year. It appeared in the paper on the 24th and he died the following day. The address on his letter was Darlinghurst - in fact St Vincent's Hospice. Mullen knew he wasn't going back home.
Sydney Morning Herald 12/01/2015     no charge     668 words

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Snowden happy with life in Russia
Edward Snowden would like everyone - especially his critics - to know that he is happy with life in Russia. Happy, and also sober.
The Sunday Age 11/01/2015     no charge     235 words

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Eating out
DUCK INN RATING: 3/5 74 Rose Street, Chippendale, 9319 4415, theduckinnpubandkitchen.com Entrees, $16-$17; mains, $24-$32. $115 for two, plus drinks. DAISY DUMAS finds modern Australiana, with a French flourish, by the book at Duck Inn. Golden duck Duck in flight Duck's away Duck 'n' dive Duck's down
Sun Herald 11/01/2015     no charge     516 words

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More unwanted spotlight for the spare to the heir
Hob-nobbing with the powerful on Britain's behalf has bought the Queen's son into contact with the unsavoury too, as Daniel Hatch explains.
Sun Herald 11/01/2015     no charge     1733 words

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Russia exile dandy says sober Edward Snowden
US intelligence leaker and privacy advocate Edward Snowden would like everyoneespecially his criticsto know that he is happy with life in Russia. In comments in a recent interview on US television, Snowden focused on a speech that former NSA and CIA director Michael Hayden had given in which he predicted that Snowden would end up like most of the rest of the defectors who went to the old Soviet Union: isolated, bored, lonely, depressedand most of them ended up alcoholics. But even after ...
Sun Herald 11/01/2015     no charge     164 words

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Being child-free no reason to keep mum
I am childless and unmarried. Although I prefer to say, I am a barren spinster because I think it sounds funny. And I'd rather laugh about it than be the object of people's pity. It's not a pitiful state. Honestly. The world needs a few barren spinsters for balance.
Sun Herald 11/01/2015     no charge     846 words

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Wrong people, wrong times
Prince Andrew has a history of shady acquaintances, writes Daniel Hatch, from London.
The Sunday Age 11/01/2015     no charge     1804 words

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No kids, no clue? Sorry, it doesn't work that way
You don't need to have raised a brood of your own to know that "because I said so" is the answer to almost any question.
The Sunday Age 11/01/2015     no charge     874 words

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Climate change: You'd better believe it
What is it about the temperature that some of us find so hard to accept? The year just ended was one of the hottest on record. In NSW it was the absolute hottest, in Victoria the second hottest, and in Australia the third hottest.
Sun Herald 11/01/2015     no charge     653 words

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Now's a good time to renovate
With the sun shining and holidays behind us we can now start thinking about the bigger picture and what we want from our home this year.
Illawarra Mercury 10/01/2015     no charge     578 words

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Time lags were given a second chance in NRL
This week's question is whether the likes of Russell Packer and Danny Wicks should be allowed back into the NRL after serving time in prison for, respectively, stomping on a man's head in Martin Place, and trafficking ecstasy and methylamphetamine. Wicks has signed with Parramatta and Packer is trying to do the same with St George Illawarra. For me, the answer is easy. Yes. They've done the crime, and served the time, so they are all even with the house and should be able to start again with any ...
Sydney Morning Herald 10/01/2015     no charge     2027 words

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Whitlam's birthplace 'not significant enough' to be saved
Gough Whitlam's birthplace should not be saved from the bulldozer, Heritage Victoria has recommended, despite former planning minister Matthew Guy's application to have protection of the Kew residence considered.
The Age 08/01/2015     no charge     488 words

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It's really in the mind
Break the habit: the real addiction is a mental one, says DR MAX PEMBERTON.
Illawarra Mercury 08/01/2015     no charge     701 words

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Science teacher rose to become a leader in educational innovation
DAVID COHEN Educational innovator 20-12-1930 - 25-11-2014
The Age 08/01/2015     no charge     814 words

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For the kids
I Think I Can
Sydney Morning Herald 07/01/2015     no charge     499 words

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Not so smart
Universities across the United States are awash with students misusing amphetamines, writes Andrew Purcell.
The Sunday Age 04/01/2015     no charge     2686 words

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Resolution number 1: do not improve thyself
Enough with the self-flagellation already. Why complicate life by making impossible vows only Perfect Women can keep?
The Sunday Age 04/01/2015     no charge     859 words

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Here's to a low resolution new year
Are you collapsed on the couch, parched from wine withdrawal, weak from dieting and wilted as day-old salad after a tortuous aerobics class? It's only a few days since we made those New Year's resolutions, and the strain of self-restraint is starting to show. Why are New Year's resolutions always about self improvement? Women are particularly prone to flagellating ourselves over perceived faults and failings. "No pain, no gain" ... "I must, I must increase my bust" ... "A moment on the lips, a ...
Sun Herald 04/01/2015     no charge     848 words

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NURTURE YOUR 'NATION OF TWO' AND FIND LASTING REWARDS
Q: I always enjoy your articles - but your piece about the aftermath of an affair (December 21) omitted two critical points. Firstly, that preventing wanting a sexual affair would seem a better option than any putative cure for having such an affair. Secondly, that openness, honesty and trust between two partners is such a beautiful thing that having a secret in a relationship only poisons it. As a twice-divorced man, I know that marriages don't always last forever but, if you're in one, at least ...
The Sunday Age 04/01/2015     no charge     663 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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Abbott a star sledger? Tony, tell us something we didn't know
When hosting the Australian and Indian cricket teams, Tony Abbott admitted that as an Oxford college cricket captain, he couldn't bat, bowl or field, but he could sledge ("Abbott the player: can't bowl, can't bat but star sledger", January 2). This explains why he was an effective opposition leader, but is a hopeless Prime Minister.
Sydney Morning Herald 03/01/2015     no charge     1859 words

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Letters
Forget broadband: we'd love a reliable landline
The Age 31/12/2014     no charge     624 words

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Flying into dark of night
WHY didn't Williamtown RAAF base track the path of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 when it disappeared on Saturday, March 8, in what must surely rank as the most mysterious major event of the year.
Newcastle Herald 29/12/2014     no charge     677 words

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My life spent talking to the princes of darkness
Kate McClymont reveals some of the more humorous highlights of a career spent chasing the nation's leading "colourful identities".
Sydney Morning Herald 29/12/2014     no charge     1487 words

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SUMMER SUPERQUIZ - SPORT
1. Which Australian surfer won a sixth world title in 2014?
Sun Herald 28/12/2014     no charge     772 words

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SUMMER SUPERQUIZ
1. Which Australian surfer won a sixth world title in 2014?
The Sunday Age 28/12/2014     no charge     774 words

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LETTERS
Grow up, Wicked
The Sunday Age 28/12/2014     no charge     1248 words

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How to cope when he leaves you for another network
I thought we were happy. Sure, we had a rocky moment or two, but over three years we'd grown a very special radio show that we were extremely proud of.
Sydney Morning Herald 27/12/2014     no charge     712 words

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Get stuffed! Trust me, you've earned it
It's the lull between the festivities of Christmas and New Year.
Sydney Morning Herald 27/12/2014     no charge     871 words

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Crier in the wilderness led fight to save Grand Canyon from dams
MARTIN LITTON Conservationist 13-2-1917 - 30-11-2014
The Age 26/12/2014     no charge     802 words

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Sunday Life
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The Sunday Age 21/12/2014     no charge     18 words

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RSVP
FAMILY MATTERS
Sydney Morning Herald 20/12/2014     no charge     551 words

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TURNING PAGES
Annabel Crabb's book The Wife Drought was born from that joke women make when juggling work and family: they need a wife. But writers of both genders need something even more precious. They need a Vera.
The Age 20/12/2014     no charge     579 words

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The quest for opportunity
As The Zone ends for 2014, Michael Short reflects on how the guests have enlightened us about our values and society over the past five years.
The Age 15/12/2014     no charge     1719 words

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LETTERS
The power of one
The Sunday Age 14/12/2014     no charge     1191 words

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When a great mind is not enough
Peter Gibilisco has four degrees, one a PhD, has written two books and is the subject of vast discrimination, writes John Elder.
The Sunday Age 14/12/2014     no charge     934 words

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Google shuts door on Spain
Google said it plans to close its news-linking service in Spain in response to legislation under which publishers will soon be able to force internet sites to pay for re-publishing headlines or snippets of news.
The Age 13/12/2014     no charge     193 words

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Traveller
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The Age 13/12/2014     no charge     19 words

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JAMES TURRELL: A RETROSPECTIVE
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in Sydney Morning Herald for this date.
The Age 13/12/2014     no charge     19 words

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CBD
Naked ambition drives Freelancer
Sydney Morning Herald 12/12/2014     no charge     681 words

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Naked ambition drives Freelancer
Aussie dotcom Freelancer has certainly left no stone unturned in its attempt to fulfil the mission statement of its founder, Matt Barrie, to become the "EBay of jobs".
The Age 12/12/2014     no charge     677 words

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'I was an interrogator at Abu Ghraib. I tortured.'
The abuse and torture of terror suspects by the US has left a permanent stain on the nation.
The Age 11/12/2014     no charge     785 words

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Money
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Sydney Morning Herald 10/12/2014     no charge     19 words

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Letters
Be wary of the media - but you can trust me
The Age 09/12/2014     no charge     542 words

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A world leader in fertility research
Professor Robert Jansen was one of the world's leading human fertility researchers and a pioneer of IVF in Australia.
Sydney Morning Herald 09/12/2014     no charge     1045 words

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GOOD WEEKEND
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The Age 06/12/2014     no charge     20 words

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TRAVELLER
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The Age 06/12/2014     no charge     20 words

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LETTERS
Pyne degrees will waste our talent
Sydney Morning Herald 05/12/2014     no charge     859 words

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Palaeontologist's legacy of learning
Gabor Foldvary 1931-2014
Sydney Morning Herald 04/12/2014     no charge     649 words

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To the cheeky little bugger who stole my tips: I'm going to miss you, brother
To the cheeky little bugger who stole my tips,
Sydney Morning Herald 03/12/2014     no charge     629 words

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Forget small potatoes here, look to the US
The $6 billion Medibank Private IPO was far and away the biggest corporate deal in Australia this year, but it's very much in the shade when it comes to two US corporate deals announced in the past couple of weeks, worth more than $US100 billion ($116.7 billion).
The Age 03/12/2014     no charge     534 words

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Money
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in the Sydney Morning Herald for this date.
Sydney Morning Herald 03/12/2014     no charge     20 words

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Golfers learn mechanics of swing from 3D expert
MEMBERS of our academy golf squad participated in one-on-one sessions on Sunday at Charlestown Golf Club with Dr Robert Neal, of Golf BioDynamics.
Newcastle Herald 02/12/2014     no charge     529 words

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LETTERS
Napthine's fine record
The Age 02/12/2014     no charge     1365 words

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Nano tracer set to send fake goods to reject heap
As law enforcement and retailers continue to fight against the lucrative international counterfeit industry, an Australian company is claiming its cheap tools will change how the industry will tackle fake goods from China.
Sydney Morning Herald 02/12/2014     no charge     426 words

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