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Pages in category "Melbourne"
The following 46 pages are in this category, out of 46 total.
- Andrew Sayers resigns National Museum of Australia directorship
- Anti-racism rally in Sydney
- At Australian gymnastic team announcement, media turns out for Tony Abbott
- Australia: Sunbury railway line slated for five days of 24-hour upgrades
- Australia: Victorian government to trial driverless vehicles on public roads
- Australian and Victorian governments to begin stage three of Shepparton railway line upgrade in September
- Australian cricketer Shane Warne dies aged 52
- Australian Football League to hold match in China
- Australian Football League's Richmond Tigers beat GWS Giants by 12 points
- Australian football: Melbourne through to A-League Grand Final, Adelaide to play Queensland in preliminary final
- Australian remake of Iron Chef launched
- Australian teacher drops 'gay' from kookaburra folk song
- Australian Treasurer hands down budget, announces two years of deficits
- War on Terrorism could continue longer than the Cold War: Australia's Treasurer
- Weather bureau forecasts an early spring for Australia
- Wikinews interviews 2020 Melbourne Lord Mayor Candidate Wayne Tseng
- Wikinews interviews Australian disability standing skier Jonty O'Callaghan
- Wikinews interviews Australian Glider Amanda Carter
- Wikinews interviews painter Pricasso on his art and freedom of expression
- Wikinews Shorts: December 14, 2008
- World conference of expatriate Greeks to take place in Athens