16 Jul, 2024
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Six exhibitions worth seeing in Melbourne this winter

There’s plenty to discover in Melbourne’s art galleries and museums, including 500 objects on display in Australia’s largest exhibition of ancient Egypt. There’s also an entire exhibition on the power and significance of hair; a showcase of emerging Indigenous Australian artists; reflections on growing up as the child of Chinese restaurant owners; challenging works by […]

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Auckland homes in ‘highest flood risk areas’ promised aid

Aerial photos of Muriwai show the scale of the destruction caused by Cyclone Gabrielle. Photo: Abigail Dougherty/Stuff Local Democracy Reports | Free Public Interest Information Service Author: Torika Tokalau from Local Democracy Reporting Residents in south and west Auckland affected by last year’s floods can breathe a sigh of relief after the city council approved […]

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Hometown Hero: Adelaide Caron, Woonsocket

WOONSOCKET, RI (WPRI) — This week’s Cardi’s Furniture & Mattresses Hometown Sports Hero is Adelaide Caron. The Woonsocket Junior took home Gold in the Hammer Throw at the State and New England Outdoor Track Championships and went even further at the New Balance Nationals, setting a personal best with a winning throw of 182’1, which […]

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Jason Ryles, new Eels coach, squad overhaul, contract clauses, Junior Paulo contract, Ryan Matterson, Maika Sivo could leave, Melbourne Storm

Veteran journalist Phil Rothfield believes Melbourne Storm need to sack Jason Ryles so the new Eels coach can begin rebuilding the club’s struggling squad. In an interview on Monday night’s NRL 360, Rothfield of The Daily Telegraph was adamant that Ryles should not remain with the Storm beyond 2024. “Now he’s working for another club […]