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P-plater sped off following accident
"The accused was very remorseful and upset for her actions Police facts
Illawarra Mercury 17/09/2014     no charge     284 words

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Violent criminal chased by police
A QUEANBEYAN man who led police on a car chase through the streets of Warilla said he took off when officers tried to pull him over because did not want to get caught breaching his bail conditions.
Illawarra Mercury 15/01/2015     no charge     255 words

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Judge gobsmacked by P-plater's actions
MAGISTRATE Susan McGowan was momentarily speechless after reading the police account of how a drunk and texting P-plate driver sped off after running down a woman outside a Wollongong nightspot.
Illawarra Mercury 26/11/2014     no charge     372 words

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Tony Brassels Flemington review
GET IN THE QUEUE
Sun Herald 09/11/2014     no charge     5132 words

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Tony Brassels Rosehill review
RACE 1
Sun Herald 06/07/2014     no charge     4235 words

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Hawksaimtoslow high-octane 36ers
WOLLONGONG floor general Rhys Martin has challenged the Hawks to take charge under the boards in Friday's Heritage Week rematch with Adelaide at WIN Entertainment Centre.
Illawarra Mercury 22/01/2015     no charge     430 words

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For lower-ranked players pro tour is real hard work
The early left-hand ground strokes of Storm Sanders had sparkle and speed, and a defiant mix of verve and nerve.
The Age 20/01/2015     no charge     507 words

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Messara pair on Eskimo Prince trail
Paul Messara will pit stablemates Scissor Kick and Panzer Division on a collision course in the Eskimo Prince Stakes at Rosehill on February 14, but the race will be missing a familiar foe in Caulfield Guineas winner Shooting To Win, with the group 1 hero to have three trials before his autumn campaign.
Sydney Morning Herald 16/01/2015     no charge     488 words

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Chase ends with death of toddler
A TEDDY bear now sits where little Tatalena Tauaifaga used to play.
Illawarra Mercury 10/01/2015     no charge     355 words

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Gunmen slaughter 12 in magazine attack
France's deadliest terrorist attack in half a century came in a hail of bullets, fired without hesitation or warning.
The Age 09/01/2015     no charge     877 words

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Manhunt for pair after massacre shocks a nation
FRANCE'S deadliest terrorist attack in half a century came in a hail of bullets, fired without hesitation or warning.
Newcastle Herald 09/01/2015     no charge     674 words

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Gunmen slaughter 12 in magazine attack
France's deadliest terrorist attack in half a century came in a hail of bullets, fired without hesitation or warning.
The Age 09/01/2015     no charge     792 words

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Nation defiant in face of assault
France's deadliest terrorist attack in half a century came in a hail of bullets, fired without hesitation or warning.
Sydney Morning Herald 09/01/2015     no charge     1126 words

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Superstar ballerina a leading light in Kirov generation
Alla Sizova 1939-2014
Sydney Morning Herald 08/01/2015     no charge     462 words

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Near miss for soccer players as alleged drink-driver speeds through park
A man who was allegedly driving while almost seven times the legal blood alcohol limit has narrowly missed a group of soccer players as he sped through a Fitzroy park.
The Age 05/01/2015     no charge     165 words

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'White gold' haul reveals cost of illegal fishing
Abandoned gillnets up to 25 kilometres long, banned in the Antarctic, have been seized as a notorious pirate fishing boat tries to shake a marathon pursuit with Australian Sea Shepherd boats.
The Sunday Age 04/01/2015     no charge     328 words

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UPLOAD
Facebook helps Putin THE blocking of a Facebook page promoting a Russian opposition rally highlights the challenges the social network faces as President Vladimir Putin cracks down on the internet amid a looming economic downturn. Facebook agreed to block the page at the request of communications regulator Roskomnadzor, said Vadim Ampelonskiy, a spokesman for the Russian agency. The site promoted a January 15 rally backing opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who is facing a prison term of as much ...
Newcastle Herald 29/12/2014     no charge     241 words

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View from the shore: Texan challenger makes a flying start
Blink and you could have missed it. Less than a minute after the Bluewater Classic start cannon's boom reached crowds clustered around the perimeter fence of HMAS Watson, Wild Oats XI's chief upsetter, Comanche, raced into prime view, screaming past Camp Cove and leaving its most serious rival in its wake. With cheers for the starting gun merging into applause for the new American 100-footer, it was clear that the hype was justified.
Sydney Morning Herald 27/12/2014     no charge     410 words

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O'Brien hoping for another star
There are half a dozen horses in Danny O'Brien's yard by Nicconi, which the trainer jokes "couldn't win a race anywhere". It is the price you sometimes pay for trying to find a bargain.
Sydney Morning Herald 27/12/2014     no charge     327 words

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India take a bat to Gabba curse
Individual deliveries startled the Indian batsmen at the Gabba on Wednesday. That was only natural. A cricket ball hurtling towards you at high speed on a steepling trajectory is bound to stimulate the instinct for self-preservation, at this time more than ever. The necessarily hasty action it prompts creates an impression of moral victory to the bowler. From it is derived the expression "to be on the back foot", used in all walks of life concerning anyone in a momentarily oppressed position.
The Age 18/12/2014     no charge     832 words

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Hot Gabbatoir turns into a palace for the cool Indians
Individual deliveries startled the Indian batsmen at the Gabba on Tuesday. That was only natural. A cricket ball hurtling towards you on a steeply rising trajectory is bound to stimulate the instinct for self-preservation, now more than ever. The necessarily hasty action it prompts creates an impression of moral victory to the bowler. From it is derived the expression "to be on the back foot", used in all walks of life concerning anyone in a momentarily oppressed position.
Sydney Morning Herald 18/12/2014     no charge     989 words

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Purton wins rich sprint
Zac Purton added another piece of silverware to his overflowing Hong Kong international races trophy cabinet via Aerovelocity in the Sprint as Robert Heathcote conceded Buffering was "ready for a holiday" after the $A2.9 million race.
The Age 15/12/2014     no charge     682 words

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Purton takes Hong Kong Sprint as bold Buffering tires
Zac Purton added another piece of silverware to his overflowing Hong Kong international trophy cabinet via Aerovelocity in the Sprint, but Robert Heathcote said Buffering was "ready for a holiday" after the $2.9 million scamper.
Sydney Morning Herald 15/12/2014     no charge     623 words

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Tony Brassels Randwick review
RACE 1
Sun Herald 14/12/2014     no charge     4565 words

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Project a fitting tribute
THE KOMEDA PROJECT RATING: 4.5/5 Bennetts Lane, December 11
The Age 13/12/2014     no charge     235 words

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Surf scare
IT was a miscalculation of the waves that could have "been so much worse" had two lifeguards and a Newcastle Knights trainer not been on the scene.
Newcastle Herald 09/12/2014     no charge     543 words

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Razor sharp Rocket hits Randwick
Our Boy Malachi will provide the star factor at Randwick on Saturday but the Razor Sharp Stakes could the last time the Rockhampton Rocket is seen for the summer.
Sydney Morning Herald 08/12/2014     no charge     252 words

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Seebohm short silver
Emily Seebohm has set a new Commonwealth and Australian 200-metre backstroke record but was still pippedby Hungary's "Iron Lady" at the World Short Course Swimming Championships.
The Sunday Age 07/12/2014     no charge     210 words

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Scientists find 'electric' bacteria in Yarra
Collections of "electric" bacteria with enough voltage to power a small LED light have been discovered living in the Yarra River.
The Age 06/12/2014     no charge     486 words

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Anguish at jury verdict
AS the verdicts of not guilty came down, the pain was apparent. The families of Stephanie Drain and Alana Boyd- Pollack were distraught. The man accused of driving the car that killed them held his head in his hands and cried.
Newcastle Herald 06/12/2014     no charge     451 words

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Jordan to present resolution on Palestine to UN 'in days'
Jordan, a member of the UN Security Council, will formally present "in the next few days" a draft resolution setting a timeframe for the creation of a Palestinian state, Arab League chief Nabil al-Araby said.
The Age 01/12/2014     no charge     238 words

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Jordan to present resolution on Palestine to UN 'in days'
Jordan, a member of the United Nations Security Council, will formally present "in the next few days" a draft resolution setting a timeframe for the creation of a Palestinian state, Arab League chief Nabil al-Araby said.
Sydney Morning Herald 01/12/2014     no charge     239 words

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Lake skipper's dreams scuppered after ocean crash
LAKE Macquarie skipper Chris Nicholson and his crew waded to safety in pitch darkness in the middle of the Indian Ocean early on Sunday morning after their Volvo Ocean Race boat became stranded on a reef off Mauritius.
Newcastle Herald 01/12/2014     no charge     304 words

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Tony Brassel's Rosehill review
RACE 1
Sun Herald 30/11/2014     no charge     4432 words

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Connected but going awry
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN RATING: 4/5 (M) Selected cinemas (119 minutes)
The Age 27/11/2014     no charge     536 words

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Love, life and sext appeal collide in the digital age
Men, Women and Children RATING: 4/5 Directed by Jason Reitman Written by Jason Reitman and Erin Cressida Wilson Rated M, 119 minutes
Sydney Morning Herald 27/11/2014     no charge     670 words

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Shooting verdict sparks violence
FERGUSON: Outside the Ferguson Police Department, anger and disbelief rippled through the crowd after word came out that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted for the killing of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown on August 9.
Illawarra Mercury 26/11/2014     no charge     524 words

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Big changes and bigger challenges, whoever wins
Time moves fast in modern politics.
The Sunday Age 23/11/2014     no charge     479 words

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Saucy tale goes down in history
When a Newcastle man put his penis in a pasta jar, all the world took notice. THIS is a yarn about one of the greatest stories ever told in the pages of the Newcastle Herald.
Newcastle Herald 22/11/2014     no charge     852 words

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SingTel-Optus networks boss quits as firm buys up spectrum
SingTel-Optus managing director head of networks Vic McClelland has quit the company and will leave in February after less than two years in the job.
Sydney Morning Herald 20/11/2014     no charge     389 words

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The Mail
Godolphin filly may yet be fairest of them all
Sun Herald 16/11/2014     no charge     829 words

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Hayes and Danbernig hopes high
David Hayes might be preparing to shut the door on another pleasing spring carnival, but the Hall Of Famer is hoping another few doors will open for Spillway and Rawnaq in the Zipping Classic at Sandown on Saturday.
The Age 15/11/2014     no charge     416 words

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Hayes wants success to spill over into new year
David Hayes might be preparing to shut the door on another pleasing spring carnival, but the Hall Of Famer is hoping another few doors will open for Spillway and Rawnaq in the Zipping Classic at Sandown on Saturday.
Sydney Morning Herald 15/11/2014     no charge     374 words

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Marquez erases Doohan's record
VALENCIA: MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez claimed a record 13th win of the season at the Valencia Grand Prix on Sunday ahead of Valentino Rossi and teammate Dani Pedrosa.
Newcastle Herald 11/11/2014     no charge     563 words

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Victims seek olive branch from ANZ over Timbercorp collapse
People who could lose everything fear they will never see the wood for the trees, write Adele Ferguson and Ruth Williams.
The Age 08/11/2014     no charge     3478 words

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Victims seek olive branch from ANZ over Timbercorp collapse
People who could lose everything fear they will never see the wood for the trees, write Adele Ferguson and Ruth Williams.
Sydney Morning Herald 08/11/2014     no charge     3283 words

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Victims seek olive branch from ANZ over Timbercorp collapse
People who could lose everything fear they will never see the wood for the trees, write Adele Ferguson and Ruth Williams.
Sydney Morning Herald 08/11/2014     no charge     3441 words

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Briefs
Sadler mulls bigger test for Vain Queen
Sydney Morning Herald 07/11/2014     no charge     220 words

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How changes to official job surveys caused strife
The Bureau of Statistics thinks it has got to the bottom of what's been wrong with its employment survey and has bumped up the unemployment rate to compensate.
The Age 05/11/2014     no charge     474 words

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Food move speeds up
THE chances of getting a roadside schnitzel or burrito in Newcastle have improved with Newcastle council moving on the creation a new policy to control mobile food vending trucks in the city.
Newcastle Herald 30/10/2014     no charge     157 words

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Food move speeds up
THE chances of getting a roadside schnitzel or burrito in Newcastle have improved with Newcastle council moving on the creation a new policy to control mobile food vending trucks in the city.
Newcastle Herald 30/10/2014     no charge     160 words

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Whiff of food truck policy
MOBILE food vending trucks may soon be allowed back on to Newcastle streets under a trial to be considered by Newcastle council.
Newcastle Herald 27/10/2014     no charge     338 words

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Drunk P-plater endangered life
A DRUNKEN P-plater who sped through Corrimal in excess of 60km/h over the limit, endangering the life of his passenger and the public, has pleaded guilty in Port Kembla Local Court.
Illawarra Mercury 22/10/2014     no charge     152 words

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New playscape captivates kids of all ages
SQUEEZED onto a pint-sized trike in his business suit, Bill Feld proved he was one of the kids as he raced around Bellambi Point Community Preschool's new bike track on Monday.
Illawarra Mercury 21/10/2014     no charge     253 words

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Rossi happy to pick up spoils
Italian veteran Valentino Rossi won the Australian MotoGP at Phillip Island on Sunday after world champion Marc Marquez crashed out.
The Age 20/10/2014     no charge     345 words

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ITALIAN veteran Valentino Rossi
ITALIAN veteran Valentino Rossi won the Australian MotoGP on Phillip Island after champion Marc Marquez crashed out late.
Newcastle Herald 20/10/2014     no charge     99 words

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Valentino getslucky at Island
ITALIAN veteran Valentino Rossi won the Australian MotoGP on Phillip Island with champion Marc Marquez crashing out late.
Illawarra Mercury 20/10/2014     no charge     330 words

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Ocean swim drama after traffic stop
Police checked the number plate, discovering its registration had expired in August.
Illawarra Mercury 13/10/2014     no charge     397 words

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Fawkner has Williams in hunt for first Cox Plate
Owner Lloyd Williams edged closer to a first Cox Plate win when Fawkner scored well in a virtual "semi-final" in Saturday's group 1 Caulfield Stakes (2000 metres).
Sun Herald 12/10/2014     no charge     534 words

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COUNTRY RACING
Champion jockey Robert Thompson will end a near three-year absence from Coonamble when he returns for its cup meeting on Sunday.
Sun Herald 12/10/2014     no charge     352 words

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Upgrade promise of safety
UPGRADES to the intersection of Picton Road and the M1 Princes Motorway will improve road safety, Minister for the Illawarra John Ajaka said on Friday.
Illawarra Mercury 11/10/2014     no charge     198 words

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Call it irresponsible, but Burgess is people's hero
On Sunday night, I noticed one online commentator claim Sam Burgess should have been replaced because of his fractured cheekbone but declare his performance one of the greatest ever by a British sportsman.
Sydney Morning Herald 10/10/2014     no charge     627 words

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Jail for thief who took baby for ride
After a lifetime of pinching cars, Gassam Chehade took an unintended passenger along for the ride in a turbocharged Ford.
The Age 01/10/2014     no charge     428 words

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Licence to pry
For Jane Cadzow, writing profiles for Good Weekend over the past 25 years has given her an intimate insight into the lives of some remarkable people.
Sydney Morning Herald 27/09/2014     no charge     3444 words

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Jail likely to follow chase
A SUSPENDED Kiama driver who led police on a long, dangerous chase through several Illawarra suburbs on Saturday night has pleaded guilty to multiple charges less than 48 hours after his dramatic arrest in bushland near Windang.
Illawarra Mercury 23/09/2014     no charge     449 words

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Blizzard stars as Hurricanes storm home
LONDON: A six blitz from Twenty20 specialist Aiden Blizzard led the Hobart Hurricanes to a vital six-wicket win over Cape Cobras at the T20 Champions League in India.
Newcastle Herald 23/09/2014     no charge     131 words

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Court confession to police chase charge
A CAREER criminal awaiting sentence on 16 stealing and property offences in the District Court has added another charge to his list after pleading guilty to taking police on a speedy pursuit through suburban streets last July.
Illawarra Mercury 23/09/2014     no charge     204 words

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Manawanui salutes for owners who stuck solid
Manawanui's medical brief includes bleeding attacks, hamstring problems and arrhythmia. But the patched-up six-year-old rewarded the connections who never gave up on him tenfold with a heart-warming comeback win at Randwick on Saturday.
Sun Herald 21/09/2014     no charge     488 words

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Atkins encouraged by In Cahoots' top show
NEWCASTLE four-year-old In Cahoots opened his Melbourne spring campaign with an encouraging third placing in a fast-run group 3 Bobbie Lewis Quality (1200m) at Flemington on Saturday.
Newcastle Herald 15/09/2014     no charge     472 words

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WORKSHOPS & CLASSES / PERFORMING ARTS & MUSIC / DIGITAL MEDIA / CIRCUS & GYMNASTICS / SCIENCE, MAKING & COOKING / ART, CRAFT & CREATIVE
Now Hear This: Participate in a live sound effects workshop, for ages seven-plus. Oct 2, 10.30am & 1.30pm. Arts Centre Melbourne, Digital Learning Hub, St Kilda Road, Melbourne. $20. 1300 182 183, artscentremelbourne.com.au/whats-on/families-and-youth
The Sunday Age 14/09/2014     no charge     1518 words

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Tony Brassels Rosehill review
HOUSE WINS
Sun Herald 14/09/2014     no charge     4794 words

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Politis v Gould a contest that few saw coming
Phil Gould lost one of the first games he coached at the Roosters. In the wash-up, Nick Politis asked him what he thought about the performance of his team.
Sydney Morning Herald 09/09/2014     no charge     845 words

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Tiger fans sing out on Adelaide run
An army of true believers has flooded the City of Churches.
The Sunday Age 07/09/2014     no charge     519 words

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Trainer strikes gold again at Wyong
CHRIS Waller trained a record-breaking fourth Wyong Gold Cup winner in the past five years as The Metropolitan-bound Multilateral sped to victory in the $150,000 provincial feature yesterday.
Newcastle Herald 06/09/2014     no charge     199 words

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Tony Brassels Rosehill review
RACE 1
Sun Herald 31/08/2014     no charge     4627 words

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Boozy pursuit ends in jail
A CORDEAUX Heights woman will spend nine months behind bars and nine years off the road after taking police on a boozy, high-speed chase through multiple Wollongong suburbs in May.
Illawarra Mercury 30/08/2014     no charge     323 words

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Car 'reached 170km/h' before crash
A 34-YEAR-OLD Liverpool man has been charged after two police pursuits and crashing his car in the Illawarra on Wednesday night.
Illawarra Mercury 30/08/2014     no charge     299 words

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Union official tells of alleged tapping
A HEALTH union official has claimed she was prevented from doing her job and warned her phone was tapped and her car bugged by her boss.
Illawarra Mercury 26/08/2014     no charge     288 words

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topics
Taking it on the chins OF all the insults you can hurl at a place - from the state of the roads, to the school completion rate, to the availability of a Chiko Roll - the "two heads" jibe has wriggled into common use.
Newcastle Herald 26/08/2014     no charge     949 words

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Do you want more ads with that?
Twenty minutes of ads could soon be interrupting your favourite program on free-to-air TV.
The Sunday Age 24/08/2014     no charge     778 words

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Apartment tower plan lodged for Dorcas Street
A 28-storey tower on the city's fringe will add to thousands of apartments proposed or being built across Melbourne.
The Age 20/08/2014     no charge     217 words

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Fatal charms
The Australian Ballet enters a nest of vipers as passion collides with poisonous envy.
The Age 16/08/2014     no charge     1753 words

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Six degrees of separation of the week's news
1. Smokin' Joe Hockey knows about life on the breadline.
Sydney Morning Herald 16/08/2014     no charge     636 words

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Saintly McCloy shares lesson from Mother Teresa
There is always something disconcerting when a person starts referring to himself in the third person.
Sydney Morning Herald 15/08/2014     no charge     477 words

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man about town
Robin Williams was brave, full of love and unforgettable, writes RHYS MULDOON.
Sydney Morning Herald 15/08/2014     no charge     835 words

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Appin Road death wish
AN East Corrimal man caught speeding more than 30km/h over the limit on Appin Road in April has been slammed by a Port Kembla magistrate.
Illawarra Mercury 13/08/2014     no charge     218 words

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Conners takes aim at big races with unraced colt
Clarry Conners has Dear Demi on the Caulfield Cup trail, but could have an equally exciting John Singleton-owned stablemate on his hands after a well-bred colt turned in an impressive trial on Monday.
The Age 12/08/2014     no charge     319 words

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Conners' unraced colt on song for Singo in smart Hawkesbury trial win
Clarry Conners has Dear Demi on the Caulfield Cup trail, but could have an equally exciting John Singleton-owned stablemate on his hands after a well-bred colt turned in an impressive trial on Monday.
Sydney Morning Herald 12/08/2014     no charge     462 words

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Israel withdraws soldiers from Gaza
Israeli ground forces will completely withdraw from the Gaza Strip before a 72-hour Egyptian-mediated ceasefire, which began at 3pm on Tuesday (AEST), a military spokesman said.
The Age 06/08/2014     no charge     628 words

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Israel withdraws soldiers from Gaza
Israeli ground forces were to completely withdraw from the Gaza Strip before a 72-hour Egyptian-mediated ceasefire, which began at 3pm on Tuesday (AEST), a military spokesman said.
Sydney Morning Herald 06/08/2014     no charge     626 words

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Trio makes Challenge a walkover for premier trainer
Chris Waller turned the Winter Challenge into the Waller Challenge as Sydney's leading trainer prepared the first three home in the listed feature - and then let his jockeys squabble over the placings in the stewards' room.
Sun Herald 03/08/2014     no charge     442 words

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Fleeing drink driver jailed
A DRUNK, disqualified Primbee driver who led police on a pursuit through residential streets before dumping the car and running has been jailed for 18 months.
Illawarra Mercury 02/08/2014     no charge     289 words

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Koala gets a grilling
Meet Timberwolf, Australia's toughest koala. The four-year-old male (below) survived an hour clinging to the grille of a car as it sped down the Bruce Highway last Friday - with a torn nail the worst of his injuries. It is believed the marsupial travelled nearly 90 kilometres after being struck by the car near Maryborough. Australia Zoo vet Dr Claude Lacasse said Timberwolf was resting. "He is a very lucky koala," he said.
The Age 29/07/2014     no charge     72 words

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Mortgage crisis fears unfounded
Headlines involving housing bubbles and busts, mortgage stress or real estate forecasting of any form remain sure-fire clickbait. Given Australians' love affair with bricks'n'plasterboard, is there a week without one or all of the aforementioned?
Sydney Morning Herald 29/07/2014     no charge     800 words

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Mortgage crisis fears unfounded
Headlines involving housing bubbles and busts, mortgage stress or real estate forecasting of any form remain sure-fire clickbait. Given Australians' love affair with bricks'n'plasterboard, is there a week without one or all of the aforementioned?
The Age 29/07/2014     no charge     807 words

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Koala clings on to life, as well as car
TIMBERWOLF the koala is lucky to be alive after surviving a 88-kilometre ride down a freeway clinging to the bottom of a car.
Newcastle Herald 29/07/2014     no charge     121 words

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Vickery apologises for hit on Cox
An embarrassed Ty Vickery has made an unreserved public apology to West Coast ruckman Dean Cox for knocking the Eagles star out on Friday night.
The Age 28/07/2014     no charge     690 words

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SHOW OF THE WEEK
Life at 9 ABC, 8.30pm, Tuesday
Sydney Morning Herald 28/07/2014     no charge     533 words

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Rockets launched despite ceasefire
GAZA CITY: Israel says it is extending a lull in its devastating military operation in Gaza for another 24 hours, but Hamas says it won't do likewise after resuming rocket fire at the end of a mutually agreed 12-hour ceasefire.
Newcastle Herald 28/07/2014     no charge     323 words

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Come in, spinner
Being a nightclub DJ was harder in the analog era; back then, you had to deal with vinyl records and the problem was the turntable - or, if you were serious, the turntables.
Sydney Morning Herald 28/07/2014     no charge     696 words

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Express train a step closer with contract
COULD a fast(er) train to Sydney be on the horizon?
Newcastle Herald 26/07/2014     no charge     234 words

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Come in, spinner
Being a nightclub DJ was harder in the analog era; back then, you had to deal with vinyl records and the problem was the turntable  or, if you were serious, the turntables.
The Age 24/07/2014     no charge     708 words

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Origin hero bursting to get back to winning
EVER since the tackle that started the NSW State of Origin resurgence, Brett Morris has played the role of spectator.
Illawarra Mercury 24/07/2014     no charge     404 words

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SHOW OF THE WEEK
The helicopter parent is one of those tropes of pop psychology that turns out to be agonisingly true. Those hovering, eternally worried, overly cautious parents we read about every weekend in the glossy supplements? Those ridiculously encouraging folk who applaud their offspring's most banal achievement, as though it's Nobel Prize-worthy? All true.
The Age 24/07/2014     no charge     531 words

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No action against officers: coroner
A CORONER has ruled that police should have terminated the pursuit of Scott Noel Pickford, but also found that ending the pursuit may not have been enough to save his life.
Newcastle Herald 22/07/2014     no charge     101 words

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Saints may trade their top pick
St Kilda will consider trading the first pick in the national draft if it finishes on the bottom, as the club explores "all avenues" available to rebuild the playing list and bring eventual success.
The Age 19/07/2014     no charge     502 words

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SPORTING WORTH
MUST READ
The Age 19/07/2014     no charge     390 words

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Talansky rides through tears
American rider Andrew Talansky's hopes of winning the Tour de France had effectively vanished after two crashes. But he became another kind of cycling hero on Wednesday: the rider who would not quit.
Sydney Morning Herald 18/07/2014     no charge     219 words

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Fairness and equity take priority over deadlines
The NDIS is on track, but must be built to last, says Bruce Bonyhady.
Newcastle Herald 18/07/2014     no charge     810 words

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Driver evaded police twice
AN unlicensed driver who led police on a car chase through suburban streets in Koonawarra will be sentenced next month.
Illawarra Mercury 17/07/2014     no charge     218 words

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Deadly typhoon paralyses capital
MANILA: Typhoon Rammasun has pounded the Philippine capital and north-eastern provinces, forcing Manila to shut down and killing at least five people.
Newcastle Herald 17/07/2014     no charge     125 words

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Snooping legislation passes with rancour
LONDON: Britain's lower house of Parliament has voted in favour of emergency legislation to allow police and security services to continue accessing internet and mobile phone data following angry exchanges between MPs.
Illawarra Mercury 17/07/2014     no charge     286 words

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Cup's foreign raider dies at 27
Vintage Crop, the Melbourne Cup winner of 1993 who helped to turn the race into one of the most celebrated international staying races, has died in Ireland aged 27.
The Age 15/07/2014     no charge     338 words

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Horse which changed the Cup forever dies at 27
Vintage Crop, the Melbourne Cup winner of 1993 which helped to turn the race into one of the most celebrated international staying races in the world, has died in Ireland aged 27.
Sydney Morning Herald 15/07/2014     no charge     340 words

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Mal credits 'blue wall' with sealing series win
Mal Meninga has finally surfaced. Now all the Maroons have to do is locate their misfiring attack as they try to stave off an Origin clean sweep at Suncorp Stadium.
Sydney Morning Herald 09/07/2014     no charge     392 words

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Renshaw steps forth
AUSSIE Mark Renshaw claimed an impressive third place when the Tour de France sped into London after his team backed him in the absence of former world champion Mark Cavendish.
Illawarra Mercury 09/07/2014     no charge     326 words

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Renshaw 'pretty happy' with third place
Mark Renshaw claimed an impressive third place finish in Monday's third stage when the Tour sped into London after his team backed him in the absence of former world champion Mark Cavendish, who tangled with Australian national champion Simon Gerrans 250 metres from the finish in Harrogate on Saturday. The star was at fault and later apologised to Gerrans. "I didn't come here to sprint, I came here to lead out Mark Cavendish and things had to change after he had that crash," Renshaw told AAP ...
Sydney Morning Herald 09/07/2014     no charge     105 words

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Fans give riders the wobbles
LONDON: Tour de France favourites Vincenzo Nibali, Chris Froome and Alberto Contador admit the hectic nature of racing in Britain has been jangling their nerves.
Newcastle Herald 09/07/2014     no charge     854 words

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Views from the fast lane
That whole sense of freedom and youthful exuberance is expressed in the way we shot the stuff. JOHN GOLLINGS
The Age 05/07/2014     no charge     1229 words

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Pedestrian killed
A 20-year-old man has been charged over a hit-and-run that killed a pedestrian in Yagoona on Thursday.
Sydney Morning Herald 05/07/2014     no charge     105 words

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Boy in car chase
AUCKLAND: An 11-year-old driver hit speeds of up to 120km/h as he tried to escape police in south Auckland.
Illawarra Mercury 03/07/2014     no charge     61 words

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It's Don Dunstan's life, but he is missing in action
Don Dunstan: Intimacy and Liberty, a Political Biography DINO HODGE WAKEFIELD PRESS, $39.95
The Age 28/06/2014     no charge     703 words

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It's Don Dunstan's life, but he is missing in action
BIOGRAPHY Don Dunstan: Intimacy and Liberty, a Political Biography DINO HODGE WAKEFIELD PRESS, $39.95
Sydney Morning Herald 28/06/2014     no charge     703 words

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Cane toad army winning battle
FRONTLINE efforts to prevent the cane toad invasion across the Kimberley have failed and there are no methods available to stop the toxic creatures, a review has found.
Illawarra Mercury 28/06/2014     no charge     437 words

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Drips from fuel excise not enough
THE federal government handing over more of the fuel excise tax to fix roads would help Illawarra councils clear out a multimillion dollar infrastructure backlog, the NRMA says.
Illawarra Mercury 28/06/2014     no charge     365 words

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Gunmen kill dozens at World Cup screening
At least 50 people were killed when suspected Islamist gunmen in minibuses sped into a town on Kenya's coast, shooting soccer fans watching a World Cup match in a television hall and targeting hotels, a police post and a bank.
The Age 18/06/2014     no charge     358 words

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Gunmen kill dozens at World Cup screening
At least 50 people were killed when suspected Islamist gunmen in minibuses sped into a town on Kenya's coast, shooting soccer fans watching a World Cup match in a television hall and targeting hotels, a police post and a bank.
Sydney Morning Herald 18/06/2014     no charge     358 words

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Tony Brassel's Rosehill review
RACE 1
Sun Herald 15/06/2014     no charge     4523 words

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Sinkhole suburbs: thousands face ruin
Thousands of near-new homes are cracking up in Melbourne's western and northern suburbs, leaving their owners facing financial ruin and long battles to fix them.
The Sunday Age 08/06/2014     no charge     726 words

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Tony Brassel's Randwick review
RACE 1
Sun Herald 08/06/2014     no charge     4256 words

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Return of 'black widow': Freed Gucci-heir killer seeks job at fashion house
An Italian socialite who is about to be released after 16 years in prison for ordering the murder of her husband, an heir to the Gucci empire, says the fashion house should give her a job.
The Age 07/06/2014     no charge     433 words

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Return of 'black widow': Freed Gucci-heir killer seeks job at fashion house
An Italian socialite who is about to be released after 16 years in prison for ordering the murder of her husband, an heir to the Gucci empire, says the fashion house should give her a job.
Sydney Morning Herald 07/06/2014     no charge     435 words

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Men sought after high-speed pursuit
POLICE last night scoured Beresfield and Tarro for two men involved in an hour-long high-speed pursuit.
Newcastle Herald 06/06/2014     no charge     104 words

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Palm Beach changes hands
PALM Beach Motor Yachts, purveyors of Australia's finest fibreglass vessels, is set to fall into Grand Banks' hands in a friendly takeover bid.
Newcastle Herald 06/06/2014     no charge     713 words

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New drug may replace chemo
THE successful trial of a new leukaemia drug could herald the end of chemotherapy as the main weapon against the blood cancer, says an Australian specialist.
Illawarra Mercury 05/06/2014     no charge     341 words

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MOVING TIME
Once seen as revolutionary, Circus Oz is now seen as the Establishment, writes JOHN BAILEY.
The Sunday Age 01/06/2014     no charge     2332 words

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Tony Brassel's Rosehill review
RACE 1
Sun Herald 01/06/2014     no charge     4295 words

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