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The New Zealand Food & Grocery Council

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The Clean Energy Council

Clean Energy Council

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Business Council of Australia (BCA)

Business Council of Australia (BCA)

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Animals used to close coal office in Queensland Protest against mine

Animals used to close coal office in Queensland Protest against mine

Clive Palmer’s, the owner of Waratah Coal, office was turned into a petting zoo when over two-dozen protestors turned the 380 Queen St, Brisbane address into their version of a nature refuge. The police and local authorities where made aware of the protest before hand, no one – and no animals were arrested. Waratah Coal […]

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The New Zealand Dollar continues to exceed expectations

The New Zealand Dollar continues to exceed expectations even in face of Kiwi Virus

The New Zealand Dollar remains strong although it lost a fraction of a percent at the opening of the markets this morning. Many, viewing reports that the US has banned the fruits or from being imported into the country, have begun dumping stocks, leading to a devaluation of the dollar. This morning it became apparent […]

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Why NinjaVideo Matters (US NEWS)

Ninja Video Matters

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Hawaii, the “Lost” US State.

Hawaii, the "Lost" US State

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Canada-Australia Government Ties

Canada-Australia Government Ties

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Biotech researchers turn skin into human blood

Biotech researchers turn skin into human blood

Touted as an important breakthrough for surgery and marrow patients In an important breakthrough, scientists at McMaster University have discovered how to make human blood from adult human skin. The research was first published in the science journal on November 7th, were the results provided the promise that patients who could need blood during surgery, […]

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Australian Automobile Association

Australian Automobile Association

The Australian Automobile Association (or AAA) was established in 1924, and coordinates the activities of its members in motor clubs. Its major focus is to represent the interests of all Australian automobile owners nationally and internationally. The AAA has been known for being the official voice of Australian motorists, and car enthusiasts across the world. […]

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