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Millions of Australians vote on same-sex marriage ahead of deadline

Millions of Australians vote on same-sex marriage ahead of deadline

By Polly Robinson AN ESTIMATED 10.8 million people have already voted in Australia’s postal survey on same-sex marriage, according to the country’s Bureau of Statistics.

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King Bunny hops over from Australia to teach kids about rock music

King Bunny hops over from Australia to teach kids about rock music

By Charlotte Lascelles IN THE world of children’s music there is the sickly mixture of Disney, nursery rhymes and watered-down pop singles – but an Australian musician is vowing to change that.

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Ashes preview – day three

England captain Alastair Cook

By Mike Berriman Two days into the Ashes and there is still little to choose between England and Australia. The tourists will begin day three on 254-5, still 176 runs shy of England’s first innings total of 430.

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Purtell extends stay with Bulls

Purtell extends stay with Bulls

By Anders Anglesey Australian centre, Adrian Purtell, committed his future to Bradford Bulls after agreeing a one-year-deal with the club, yesterday. The 29-year-old is now the fifteenth member of the Bull’s squad to re-sign ahead of the new campaign and takes the squad roster to 23. Purtell said he was happy to extend his stay at the club stating it […]

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‘Explosive’ Davies agrees two-year deal with Bulls

‘Explosive’ Davies agrees two-year deal with Bulls

By Anders Anglesey Australian front-rower Karl Davies has made the switch to Bradford from Queensland side Mackay Cutters after agreeing a two-year deal, earlier today. The 22-year-old, known as ‘The Lumberjack,’ is the Championship-bound club’s eighth signing and has stated that he is ready to sink his teeth into a new challenge. He said: “I believe I can bring a […]

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Black box key to unlocking Flight MH370 mystery says Leeds aviation expert

Black box key to unlocking Flight MH370 mystery says Leeds aviation expert

By Liam Smedley A Leeds aviation expert has said finding the black box is the next challenge in answering the mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. Dr Stephen Wright, 41, from Headingly, is a lecturer at Leeds University’s faculty of engineering. Dr Wright said: “The biggest and most important challenge will be to find the black box which is probably […]

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