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Poet’s Corner – Hay

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Hay By Kim Peart Farmer Sam lost his glasses and couldn’t see too well but work must go on and on there was hay to bring in fast and time wouldn’t hang around long. His old hay bailer rattled and groaned meandering along the country road past sheep, cows and hedgerows to the paddock of […]

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Coal: Life or Black Death?

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Editor’s Introduction Coal has had a significant history in Tasmania since the early days of European colonisation. The race to find, mine, use, and export coal was a priority for many people in Tasmania over the past 200 years, resulting in exploration and mining in pockets across the island. Over the 20th century, with changes […]

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Birdlife Photography Awards 2019

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The 2019 Birdlife Australia Photography Awards have announced their winners. The above image – Life, fragmented – by Matt Wright won the Human Impact category. All categories feature original images of Australian and visiting birds. Other category winners were: Bird Portrait – Southern Cassowary by Jun Mutsui Birds in Landscape – Eastern Spinebill by John Eley […]

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Billionaire Michael Bloomberg launches Democratic presidential bid

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Billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, one of the world’s richest men, has formally launched a Democratic bid for president.

‘Insidious’ disease could find its way to Australia

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The disease is found in more than 100 countries. Approximately 600,000 people are infected every day, and it’s estimated that 1,200 children die each day from it.  

How the day that changed the world unfolded

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A total of 2977 people were killed after hijackers took control of four US commercial airplanes and crashed them into multiple targets.

North Korea marks 70th birthday

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A giant parade in North Korea marking the 70th anniversary of its founding ended last night with a stunning night-time torch parade and fireworks display.

‘House of Horrors’ children move into new foster homes

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Six of the 13 Turpin children who were allegedly systematically tortured by their parents have been moved into their new homes.

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