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Brooke Blurton says she was the WORST Bachelorette - as Channel 10 axes the show ...

The Daily Mail 28 Nov 2022
'Like yeah, the ratings will probably tell you otherwise ... But I was so s**t ... Beverley McGarvey, the Executive Vice President of Paramount Australia, confirmed the series would not be returning to screens in 2022 ... Beverley McGarvey, the Executive Vice President of Paramount Australia, confirmed the series would not be returning to screens in 2022 ... .
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Woodside ships LNG to Europe in rare trade

The Daily Telegraph Australia 28 Nov 2022
Australia has executed a rare commodities trade after shipping LNG to Europe, with Woodside Energy saying the gas volumes helped the continent’s search for supplies amid an ongoing Russian pipeline squeeze ....
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It's over! Jacqui Lambie slams David Pocock as overwhelmed rookie who folded too easily to ...

The Daily Mail 28 Nov 2022
The two crossbench senators told Daily Mail Australia in September they had formed a de facto voting bloc to increase their influence in parliament ... Business Council of Australia chief executive Jennifer Westacott argued the bill would not lift wages and instead harm the economy.
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Labor’s EV strategy won’t immediately fix Australia’s supply problems, experts say

The Observer 27 Nov 2022
Australia has long received only a handful of the global EV supply, leading to slim choice, long waiting lists, and cars selling out in minutes ... “The developments so far are promising,” said Bill Thomas, the general manager of corporate communications at Hyundai Australia ... Sign up to Guardian Australia's Afternoon Update.
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Food prices are rising – but you can still enjoy a classic Australian Christmas lunch without breaking the bank

The Observer 27 Nov 2022
Australia’s food supplies and costs have been battered by the ripples from Russia’s war on Ukraine, the pandemic, power prices, inflation, disease, hiccups in freight, labour shortages and the devastating floods ... The chief executive of Pork Australia, Margo Andrae, says ham is “probably a good news story”.
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LCWU lecturer completes PhD

The News International 27 Nov 2022
... Chairman M Zahoor Awan was elected as a member of the Executive Council of the International Trade Unions Confederation (ITUC) at Australia World Conference at Melbourne.
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Tasmanian flower farmer ‘shocked’ to learn she planted opium poppies by mistake

The Observer 27 Nov 2022
A Tasmanian flower farmer who planted a new line of “really beautiful poppies” has issued a warning to other gardeners after learning she had mistakenly grown opium poppies ... The chief executive of Poppy Growers Tasmania, Keith Rice, told Guardian Australia the rules on growing poppies in Tasmania were clear, and urged gardeners to be more careful ... .
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Just Three Per Cent Of Housing Needed For Women’s Safety Delivered Says Homelessness Australia

New Matilda 26 Nov 2022
Homelessness Australia chief executive, Kate Colvin, said while Australian governments’ recognition that housing is key to women’s safety in the national plan to end violence against women and children was important, the scale of ambition had to lift ... Homelessness Australia CEO, Kate Colvin.
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Australia’s stunning comeback leaves Wayne Pivac’s Wales future in severe doubt

AOL 26 Nov 2022
Wales made a poor start, with lock Adam Beard dropping the kick-off, Australia dominating an ensuing scrum and Donaldson booting his team ahead through a third-minute penalty ... Australia needed a response before the interval, and it arrived through a 33rd-minute try for Fainga’a after the Wallabies executed an impressive lineout drive.
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Disaster for Wales as Australia overturn 21-point deficit to claim sensational comeback win

Irish Independent 26 Nov 2022
Seven days after a humiliating home defeat against Georgia, Wales were cruising to victory with a 34-13 lead after 58 minutes.But the injury-hit Wallabies somehow turned things around, scoring 26 unanswered points during the final 22 minutes as Wales captain Justin Tipuric and ...
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Last gasp try earns Wallabies win over Wales in a classic

RTE 26 Nov 2022
Wayne Pivac's future as Wales head coach was left hanging by a thread after Australia staged a stunning fightback to win an Autumn Nations Series thriller 39-34 in Cardiff ... Australia needed a response before the interval, and it arrived through a 33rd-minute try for Fainga’a after the Wallabies executed an impressive lineout drive.
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Wallabies' 'unprecedented' run of injuries to be investigated

Sportingnews 26 Nov 2022
An “alarming” injury toll of over 40 separate incidents within the Wallabies camp this international season will come under review following the conclusion of the Wallabies end-of-year tour, Rugby Australia chief executive Andy Marinos reported to the Sydney Morning Herald.
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Speeding tanks, booming howitzers, shaking bones: This is how South Korea sells weapons

Henry Herald 26 Nov 2022
Poland is one of nine countries -- alongside South Korea, Turkey, Finland, India, Norway, Estonia, Australia and Egypt -- to buy the howitzer from Hanwha. Lee Boo-hwan, an executive vice president of Hanwha Defense's overseas business division, says the company wants to be a long-term partner to countries that buy its weapons.
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X Factor winner Samantha Jade is chic in an all white ensemble as she steps ...

The Daily Mail 25 Nov 2022
The singer and actress was accompanied by her friend Alfie Arcuri, as the pair headed to the Court Bar in Perth, Western Australia ... Pat was one of two Sony Music Australia executives to be stood down in June 2021 following the abrupt departure of his father and long-serving CEO Denis Handlin.
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How Albanese walked a tightrope of Labor division amid fears 43% emissions target would cost it the election

The Observer 25 Nov 2022
Australia’s progressive forces show signs of fracturing – and a test on free and fair elections looms ... With the shadow cabinet deliberation looming in early December, Albanese dined privately in November with Jennifer Westacott, the chief executive of the Business Council of Australia, and the BCA’s president, Tim Reed.

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