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Money Arthur Fleischmann sculptures for sale after decades in storage

One of the sculptures from the Shapiro sale, Dawn, was later revised in this new medium. The story Arthur Fleischmann sculptures for sale after decades in storage first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald. Before he left for London in 1948 he asked a friend to place a series of bronze sculptures in storage until he could raise enough money to pay for shipping costs to England.That never happened. , born in 1896 in Bratislavia, had a fascinating life that included a decade spent in Sydney.
Leader
03/05
31 Points
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Arthur Fleischmann sculptures for sale after decades in storage

One of the sculptures from the Shapiro sale, Dawn, was later revised in this new medium. The story Arthur Fleischmann sculptures for sale after decades in storage first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald. Before he left for London in 1948 he asked a friend to place a series of bronze sculptures in storage until he could raise enough money to pay for shipping costs to England.That never happened. , born in 1896 in Bratislavia, had a fascinating life that included a decade spent in Sydney.
Leader
03/05
25 Points
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NSW government promises biodiversity win from land clearing laws

The NSW government has defended land-clearing laws that will give greater flexibility to farmers. Conservation groups have dubbed the land clearing policy a "so-called biodiversity act". Photo: Brendan EspositoMark Speakman has promised "a wider range of checks and balances".
Leader
03/05
22 Points
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Premier unveils counterterrorism 'investigative detention' powers for NSW police

New "investigative detention" powers will allow police to detain and question terrorism suspects as young as 14 for up to two weeks without charge NSW Premier Mike Baird flagged new detention powers at last month's COAG meeting.
Leader
03/05
23 Points
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NSW government promises biodiversity win from land clearing laws

The NSW government has defended land-clearing laws that will give greater flexibility to farmers. Conservation groups have dubbed the land clearing policy a "so-called biodiversity act". Photo: Brendan EspositoMark Speakman has promised "a wider range of checks and balances".
Leader
03/05
18 Points
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Tech Creating a successful mobile app: Three founders spill the beans

The journey to starting a successful app: the tips and tricks from three Brisbane founders. Like Brisbane Times on FacebookThe story Creating a successful mobile app: Three founders spill the beans first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald. Photo: Glenn HuntZeppee co-founder Ben Burton with Zeppee, his 10- month-old kitten. Mobile phone applications have become an integral part of our lives, with many of us not relying on desktop computers as much as we used to.
Leader
03/05
25 Points
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Tech US intelligence awards multimillion dollar grant to Sydney University quantum science lab

Photo: Louise KennerleyA laboratory at the University of Sydney has been awarded a multimillion dollar grant to pursue quantum computing research by the US office of the Director of National Intelligence.The Quantum Control Laboratory in the university's new Nanoscience Hub is the only facility in Australia chosen for the US funding, which has gone to an international consortium, including European research groups.
Leader
03/05
22 Points
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Money How to teach kids about money in a cashless society

Penina Petersen with her husband Richard and children Coco and Saxon. But mum-of-two Penina Petersen still believes that cash is king when it comes to teaching young children about personal finances. Please consider your personal circumstances before making any financial decisions.* Readers can also visit anz.com/womenThe story How to teach kids about money in a cashless society first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald.
Leader
03/05
24 Points
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Premier unveils counterterrorism 'investigative detention' powers for NSW police

New "investigative detention" powers will allow police to detain and question terrorism suspects as young as 14 for up to two weeks without charge NSW Premier Mike Baird flagged new detention powers at last month's COAG meeting.
Leader
03/05
11 Points
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Asylum seeker boat gets within cooee of Cocos Islands

Photo: karen willshawCustoms officials watch a boatoad of asylum seekers approach the Cocos Islands in 2012. Photo: SuppliedThis boatload of suspected Sri Lankan boat people arrived at the Cocos Islandsin July 2012. Locals say a small wooden boat filled with asylum seekers has made it to within 500 metres of the Cocos Islands. The story Asylum seeker boat gets within cooee of Cocos Islands first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald.
Leader
03/05
10 Points
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Philip Ruddock out: After 43 years, the father of the Parliament says goodbye

and non-discriminatory immigration policies.Ignoring the 25 per cent of Australians who were born overseas . "But if we do not manage our borders we can't manage an immigration program in the national interest."Although he received fierce criticism as immigration minister in the Howard government, his interest in non-discriminatory policies, immigration and multiculturalism was the enduring theme of his valediction.He announced in March that he was retiring from politics .
Leader
03/05
10 Points
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Budget 2016: Treasurer Scott Morrison's budget speech in full

Prepare, Trial, Hire.Australian businesses, especially small businesses, have told me they want to give young people a go, but we need to do more to get young people ready for a job, so businesses don't carry all the risk and cost.And it's a two-way street. This is an important measure in securing our future prosperity.We will not be able to rely on our natural advantages in resources to secure the jobs of the future like we have in the past. Export trade deals to generate new business opportunities;4.
Leader
03/05
6 Points
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