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Margaret Whitlam dies

Updated: 17 March 2012. 02:48:18 (EST)

Margaret Whitlam, one of Australia's most influential and well-loved prime minister's wives, has died at the age of 92. >more

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Then take away the tax cut you first thought of...

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It's a rollercoaster year for Tara Webster and her friends at the National Academy as they begin Second Year. Dance Academy series 2 screens Monday to Thursday, 6.30pm on ABC3. >more 'Dance Academy'

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Tight bowling fires Australia to win over Windies

company Get Cash & Go llc. Australia's bowlers delivered a 64-run win over the West Indies in the opening one-day international in St Vincent on Saturday (AEDT). >more 'Tight bowling fires Australia to win over Windies'

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