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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 13:59. Facebook
Amid an intense heat wave, dozens of British schoolboys went to class wearing girls' uniform skirts when the head teacher would not relax a dress code banning the more suitable option: shorts.
Amid an intense heat wave dozens of British schoolboys went to class

It's so hot in England, schoolboys are wearing skirts

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Michael Horvat
Steve Boyce
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
Mental health issues are one of the most common forms of illness in Australia with 3 million of us currently living with anxiety or depression alone. Daily Life
Mental health issues are one of the most common forms of illness

When to take a mental health day

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Anthony Markert
Harvey Smith
Kristian Wynn
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
There is a hidden and worrying risk lurking for a particular set of mortgage borrowers, whose level of financial stress is about to get a whole lot worse. BusinessDay
There is a hidden and worrying risk lurking for a particular set

The home loan borrowers that have been left out to dry

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Manuela Sali
Tony Gravano
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 11:40. Facebook
He was head-hunted to work on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, and now Ronny Chieng has a show about his experience as a student at Melbourne Uni coming to TV.
He was headhunted to work on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

Meet the Melbourne comic who's had a break in New York

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Chen Marc
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 11:20. Facebook
German discount supermarket Aldi is amassing quite the property portfolio. BusinessDay
German discount supermarket Aldi is amassing quite the property portfolio BusinessDay

365 titles: Aldi's $2b Australian property 'infiltration

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Dean Noacco
Jon Dolan
Michael Quinn
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 11:00. Facebook
When Sally Castle woke up on her 40th birthday she felt a little blue about being single and having no children. But not for long. She soon realised that her solo status gave her the freedom to live life differently. Fairfax Money
When Sally Castle woke up on her 40th birthday she felt a

Meet the people who work only a few months a year

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Tony Gravano
Tommy Tiny
Tony Gravano
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 10:41. Facebook
COMMENT I've never dared to admit - until this week - that not only am I OK with not having kids, I'm actually delighted.
COMMENT Ive never dared to admit until this week that not only

I'm not just OK about not having kids - I'm delighted

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Kel Heart
Andrea Arnett
Mick Webster
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 10:20. Facebook
Spurred on by personal tragedy, indigenous activists Rose Lester and her sister Karina have enjoyed success in their anti-nuclear campaigning. Good Weekend Magazine
Spurred on by personal tragedy indigenous activists Rose Lester and her sister

Two of Us: How illness has driven our anti-nuclear campaign work

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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
COMMENT I had so many concerns. For example, would my child - if I would be lucky enough to give birth to one - be as physically and mentally healthy as naturally conceived children? Daily Life
COMMENT I had so many concerns For example would my child if

How I overcame my fear of having an IVF baby

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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 09:40. Facebook
Gwyneth claimed her 'wellness stickers' are made with NASA materials. NASA says no.
Gwyneth claimed her 'wellness stickers' are made with NASA materials NASA says no

NASA schools Gwyneth Paltrow on 'energy sticker' claims

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Libbi Curtis
Jordy Luke
Vikki Clark
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 09:20. Facebook
Controversial cuts to Sunday penalty rates for hundreds of thousands of workers are facing a last-minute legal challenge, with unions seeking urgent hearings to stop them taking effect next weekend. BusinessDay
Controversial cuts to Sunday penalty rates for hundreds of thousands of workers

Last-ditch bid to save Sunday penalty rates

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Mario Pastorini
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
After her parents left Aveo, Therese was stuck, unable to sell their unit at the retirement village. Aveo wanted to buy it back for pennies, she says, and got in the way of them selling it for market price. “That to me seems like a very exploitative game.”

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Ian Woods
Georgina Boutsini
Sue Hoffman
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 08:30. Facebook
A woman who stepped on a grape in the Coles fresh produce section has slipped once and fallen twice – first to her knees and elbows and again later in her attempt to sue the supermarket giant.
A woman who stepped on a grape in the Coles fresh produce

Woman gets $7000 but fails in bid to sue Coles

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Nic Byrne
Steph Meade
Jacki Fisher
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 08:00. Facebook
Australian restaurateurs are carving out a significant chunk of the Seminyak Monopoly board. Here's what's hot. Good Food
Australian restaurateurs are carving out a significant chunk of the Seminyak Monopoly

Bali is turning into a proper food destination

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Charath Cutestory
William Jones
Lynne Greenlees
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 07:30. Facebook
COMMENT You need to make it perfectly clear: if he keeps the Ooga Booga, there'll be no Onka Bonka. Good Weekend Magazine
COMMENT You need to make it perfectly clear if he keeps the

Danny Katz: Am I allowed to be angry at my boyfriend's cartoon tattoo?

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Noah Gadsden
Guy Rippingale
Victoria Mae
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 07:00. Facebook
A 66-year-old nurse in Texas who is suspected of killing up to 60 children has been indicted on murder charges in the deaths of two of them in 1981, prosecutors said.
A 66yearold nurse in Texas who is suspected of killing up to

Texas nurse suspected of killing up to 60 children charged with murder

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Valerie Lorraine
Bec Reichelt
Todd Smith
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 06:30. Facebook
Luckless St Kilda forward Paddy McCartin has again met ill-fortune after copping a head knock while playing for Sandringham in the VFL. The Age Real Footy
Luckless St Kilda forward Paddy McCartin has again met illfortune after copping

Saints forward cops another head knock

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Graeme Porch
Tommy Lu
Rod Barclay
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
COMMENT I have autism. These are the pros and cons of mainstreaming vs segregated education for autistic students.
COMMENT I have autism These are the pros and cons of mainstreaming

Pauline Hanson could learn a lot from my autism story

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Anna Lewis
Sue Knight
Scotty Alldis
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 05:37. Facebook
BREAKING Red-light and speeding fines across Victoria will be suspended - but not waived- while the system is investigated for signs of a ransomware virus.
BREAKING Redlight and speeding fines across Victoria will be suspended but not

Fines for red-light and speed cameras on hold

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Frank Sallas
Chris Jackson
Stuart A Barns
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The Age - theage.com.au
06/24/2017 at 05:30. Facebook
The US-led coalition against Islamic State - of which Australia is a part - has killed nearly 500 civilians in one month.
The USled coalition against Islamic State of which Australia is a part

'Staggering loss of life": Hundreds of Syrians killed

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Brian John
Andrew Sherman
Tracy Heath