Coming up in the next fifteen minutes: Calls to make child poverty in Australia a national priority Northern Territory teachers […]
Colin Long from the NSW Service Station Association says fuel supplies in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria are expected […]
Published in The Standard, March 16, 2013 NONE of her family or friends have been personally affected by leukaemia, but […]
Published in The Standard, March 16, 2013 South-west charities are set to benefit from today’s Country Women’s Association exhibition at […]
Published in The Standard, March 15, 2013 PETERBOROUGH may be only a tiny spot on the map along the Great […]
Published in The Standard, March 8, 2013 SOUTH West TAFE is welcoming people of all ages to become volunteer tutors […]
Published in The Standard, March 6, 2013 A STATUE of an award-winning Australian World War Two soldier will be unveiled […]
Published in The Standard, March 2, 2013 PROFESSIONAL surfer and wheelchair skater Christiaan Bailey is set to inspire south-west people […]
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Completed during placement with WIN TV News, Ballarat February 21, 2013 VISUAL AUDIO Newsreader intro NEWSREADER: Greyhounds from across Victoria […]
Published on August 20, 2012 at www.ourworldtoday.com.au The Murray-Darling Basin Authority’s revised plan has state governments, irrigators and conservationists disagreeing […]
More than one million Australian adults have been homeless at some point during the last 10 years. Almost 3,000 Victorians […]
After narrowly escaping the destruction of the Black Saturday fires, some Warrandyte locals now fear children’s lives could be threatened […]
The maximum penalty for cruel crimes against animals in Queensland will triple, Queensland Premier, Anna Bligh, announced recently. Animal Rights […]
The Victorian Labor Party will form government for a fourth consecutive term and face significant pressure from the Greens in the upcoming election, expert predicts.
Despite experiencing floods during winter, Victoria still needs alternative water supplies to minimise environmental destruction to rivers as summer approaches, experts warn.