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Engagement key to thriving workplace   - 4 Hours ago
Small and medium-sized businesses are the lifeblood of Australia's economy, but they face specific, ever-increasing challenges. Without a doubt, one of the greatest challenges SMEs face is the attraction
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Education: Showing the world with language   - 4 Hours ago
Katie Grubb says the best thing about teaching languages is seeing grow young people's interest and understanding in the world beyond their own backyard. The greatest reward for teachers is seeing the
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Live: Australia v South Africa   - 4 Hours ago
Live coverage of the final one-dayer of the series between Australia and South Africa. Live coverage of the final one-dayer of the series between Australia and South Africa. The story first appeared on
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Medibank to raise $5.7 billion   - 4 Hours ago
The federal government is set to reap $5.679 billion from the sale of Medibank Private, with institutional investors paying $2.15 a piece for shares in the company - well above initial estimates. Finance
  
    



Jonathan Rivett: Just a coffee mule   - 6 Hours ago
Loving caffeine is a weakness easily taken advantage of by workmates. BENIGN TO FIVE You love coffee. You love it when it cuddles you with its chocolatey warmth, when it kicks with its strange nutty
  
    



Compassion on cold Adelaide streets   - 6 Hours ago
Even on the iciest nights you may spot community leader Aileen Jefferis on Adelaide's streets. Jefferis, 58, helps the homeless, whose need she says is overwhelming. Still, she works full-time as a physiotherapist,
  
    


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Forming networks an important skill   - 6 Hours ago
Networking is a long-gone buzzword and is now an expected activity for every successful executive to undertake. Some companies expect their senior managers to establish and build professional networks
  
    



Health: Reflexologist building business online   - 5 Hours ago
Reflexologist Jennifer Cook says there's lots happening when she manually treats her clients. Besides physically stimulating body parts, she's trained to know what she's feeling and why. She detects the
  
    



Music review: The Preatures' Manfredi mesmerises the men at The Forum   - 5 Hours ago
For a band that have seemingly blown up overnight, The Preatures, and particularly frontwoman Isabella Manfredi, look like they've been preparing for this moment all their lives. MUSIC The Preatures
  
    


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Jim Bright: Terminology of organisational change   - 6 Hours ago
This is the season to be jolly. Jolly well done over in an organisational change process and left with the prospect of a jolly time with an outplacement consultant. This can be a disconcerting time, to
  
    



'Tornado' causes millions of dollars damage in Gol Gol, NSW   - 6 Hours ago
A REPORTED tornado carved a path through north Gol Gol about 5pm on Saturday leaving residents with millions of dollars worth of damage. A REPORTED tornado carved a path through north Gol Gol about 5pm
  
    



Sunday explainer: Refugees and the great legal run-around   - 7 Hours ago
Australia again changed the settings on its humanitarian refugee intake last week, cutting out people who claim asylum via Indonesia. What will this mean? Adam Morton explains. Australia again changed
  
    


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The Veronicas behind the scenes | Video   - 6 Hours ago
Going behind the cameras at The Veronicas Sunday Life photo shoot.
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Royal Randwick's Kensington circuit a major concern   - 4 Hours ago
Sydney racing has much in common with Royal Randwick’s Kensington circuit – a crusty top, no foundation and a deplorable back-wash. Again punters, jockeys, trainers and owners on Saturday had to tolerate
  
    



Stawell's alleged counterfeiters caught   - 5 Hours ago
THREE people have been arrested and fake notes and counterfeiting equipment seized following a police raid in Stawell on Saturday morning. THREE people have been arrested and fake notes and counterfeiting
  
    



Hume Hwy police chase ends in flames | Photos   - 6 Hours ago
By Nov. 23, 2014, 10:34 a.m. exit TWO men are this morning being interviewed over a high speed car chase that started near Tarcutta and ended with a vehicle fire on the Goulburn Bypass. The driver
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Adrenaline mad Robbie Maddison | Video   - 6 Hours ago
Aussie motorbike stunt rider Robbie Maddison speaks about the thrills and spills of his amazing life. Aussie motorbike stunt rider Robbie Maddison speaks about the thrills and spills of his amazing life.
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Shark tales: Mako shark contains dolphin skull   - 5 Hours ago
THERE’S been a few sharky encounters off the Narooma and Bermagui area including a mako shark containing a dolphin skull. THERE’S been a few sharky encounters off the Narooma and Bermagui area including
  
    



Unbroken: behind the scenes on Moreton Bay | Video   - 3 Hours ago
Unbroken world premiere photos and behind the scenes film on Moreton Bay Unbroken tells the true story of Lou Zamperini, a World War II hero and track star who ran in the 1936 Berlin Olympics.He spent
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From volunteer to leader of program   - 8 Hours ago
While she now oversees a program that changes young people's lives through youth mentoring services, chief executiveof Big Brothers Big Sisters Australia, Sherilyn Hanson, started her career in a very
  
    



NSW hot weather: some areas already topping 43 degrees   - 5 Hours ago
It's getting hot. Parts of NSW have already hit 43 degrees celsius, with some children's sporting matches cancelled and Sydneysiders heading to the beach. But the Bureau of Meteorology warns we haven't
  
    



Baby boy found down drain in Sydney: Cyclist who found newborn Oppy says screaming   - 6 Hours ago
When David Otte set out for a Sunday morning cycle, he never imagined he would find a newborn baby boy trapped down a drain. He was riding along the M7 bike track at Quakers Hill about 7.30am with his
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Bhutanese Festival Dance preparations underway | photos   - 8 Hours ago
Launceston: Members of the Kirat Rai community joined at Rocherlea Community Hall yesterday in preparation for December's Sakela Udhauli festival. MEMBERS of the Kirat Rai community joined at Rocherlea
  
    



Baby boy found down drain in Sydney   - 7 Hours ago
A newborn baby boy has been found in a drain in Sydney's west after passing cyclists heard its cries. Do you know more? Email us, message us on Twitter @smh. A newborn baby boy has been found down
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Door ajar for history seekers   - 7 Hours ago
A late-afternoon capitulation by unheralded front-runners Michael Wright and Paul Spargo left the door open for Adam Scott to keep his gold jacket. Live scorecard A late-afternoon capitulation by unheralded
  
    
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