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Smith needs low round at Olympia Fields – Golf Australia - July 02, 2017

Golf Australia Smith needs low round at Olympia Fields Golf Australia Queensland's Sarah Jane Smith is the leading Australian as the group of Aussies fell from contention at the women's second major of the season, the KPMG Women's PGA Championship at Olympia Fields near Chicago today..

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Taxpayers ‘sabotaged’ on $6 billion federal government contracts – Eyre Peninsula Tribune - July 01, 2017

Eyre Peninsula Tribune Taxpayers 'sabotaged' on $6 billion federal government contracts Eyre Peninsula Tribune "A mower used to get the mowing contract, a maintenance company got the maintenance contract and the defence expert got the defence contract. Those three have now been pulled into.

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Smith makes bold showing in major – Golf Australia - July 01, 2017

Golf Australia Smith makes bold showing in major Golf Australia She was third in the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open at Royal Adelaide in February. Victorian Su Oh, who was near the lead after the first round, fell away today with a 75 to be tied-46th. But Lee, the 21-year-old superstar who .

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Existing medical school model doesn’t work: Gee – Central Western Daily - July 01, 2017

Central Western Daily Existing medical school model doesn't work: Gee Central Western Daily “I would challenge that doctor or any other doctor in NSW or Australia to look at the report and tell us how it's wrong. “This system is costing millions of dollars, if not billions of dollars, .

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Google’s Alan Noble will speak at the Social Capital conference in … – The Advertiser - July 01, 2017

The Advertiser Google's Alan Noble will speak at the Social Capital conference in ... The Advertiser GOOGLE engineering director Alan Noble and co-founder and chief executive of Verb, Suzi Sosa, will be talking up the state at next weeks Social Capital ... and more ».

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KPMG names new national chair – Financial Standard - June 30, 2017

KPMG names new national chair Financial Standard A senior audit partner and governance specialist is being promoted as KPMG Australia's new national chair. Stepping into the role on 1 September 2017, Alison Kitchen will be KPMG Australia's first woman chair. She will also be the first woma.

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