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Boy killed in ATV crash

Boy killed in ATV crash

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$3b Chinese investment in Australia

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Editor’s Letter: September 2014

Natalee Ward. Weekly Times. HWT staff.

I’M not one to be sucked in by outlandish statements or broad generalisations but I just love this one: “Deep down, everyone wants to be a farmer.”