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Civmec wins work in $3.6bn naval build

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We’ve got more clarity on who will build the big offshore patrol vessel contract to get under way in WA.

German shipbuilder Lurssen has awarded Civmec a key contract for the Royal Australian Navy offshore patrol vessels, which are being built as part of a $3.6 billion federal government program.

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A former Perth man, who admitted kidnapping his son during a mid-night home invasion in Bali, has been arrested.

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does anyone really care? sad that people like you prey on the week just for ratings

how tf is this news?🤣

What's more, it was all funded by her sugar daddies

‘Real-life Barbie’ undergoes a $40K makeover with G-CUP breast implants


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Why can't she be happy simply being herself ? . Why does she want to be something she's obviously going to regret sooner or later

I bet she could suck a golf ball through a straw..

What a colossal waste of money

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He was spotted 'leaving her home in the SAME clothes as the night before' — just weeks after the couple's shock split

Zayn Malik 'spends the night at Gigi Hadid's New York apartment'


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Somebodies going to be very hyper after this... 🤣😂😂😂

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Digging for answers – a journey in search of Sally’s golden empire. Monday night at 6.30.


Catch Up: Australia’s changing meat tastes – what we’re buying and why, with MKR’s Colin Fassnidge. Stephanie Picone reports.



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Catch Up: Australia’s forgotten World War Two heroes – now fighting for recognition. David Richardson reports.


Catch Up: Adelaide’s mobility scooter menace – should they have to “gopher” a licence? Patrick Major reports.




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Yes I think they should have some type of rule or a licence as one day I was driving to work and rounded a bend in the road only to come face to face with an old lady on a gopher in the middle of my side of the road you should of seen her face when I came around the bend. I had to go on the the other side of the to avoid hitting her lucky know one was coming the other way things could of been much worse. I was very happy to see this story tonight. Something defently needs to be done.

Australia’s forgotten World War Two heroes – now fighting for recognition. Tonight 6.30.


Australia’s forgotten World War Two heroes – now fighting for recognition. Tonight 6.30. 


Australia’s changing meat tastes – what we’re buying and why, with MKR’s Colin Fassnidge. Tonight 6.30.



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We love our pork. But could not hardly hear a thing the chefs said over the loud music tone it down please ..,

If pigs were kept free range instead of in tiny stalls unable to move or get sunlight, then maybe it would be a more reasonable option.

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No one asked for it and finally, it's here - the world's first deconstructed restaurant.



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What would the deconstructed money to pay for this meal look like?

Bloody silly if you even pay for that. I often wonder how hygienic those boards are that you eat off.

if that was served to me I would send it back and make them make it properly. If they didn't I would just walk out. What a stupid thing. If i wanted bread, butter and vegemite seperate I would open the cupboard and fridge at home and just place the items on the counter. The best thing about vegimite toast is the butter and vegimite melting into piping hot toast.

Says a lot about restaurants these days...🙄

Lol just reminds me of cooking reality shows.. everytime it doesn't work out to plan it becomes the deconstructed version of that 😆😆😆

So how about we deconstruct payment for such creativity by paying the full $7 or whatever in 5c pieces...painstakingly counted out at the counter as the queue lengthens along with the shadows as the day ends.....Oh and while theyre NOT providing a full service is it something to do with not paying penalty rates? Times are tough when you have to smash your own avo's!

Bloody love it. And the restaurant 'industry' bloody needs to look at it.

as silly as it may be, the restaurant has had a lot of free, FREE, advertising...

Caitlin Wood Kyle Wood Have you been to the one in Canberra yet? Here it's great.

This is very funny however the justification for $7 is not just about paying for toast, butter and vegimite. You’re paying to sit down, be served, the price goes to rent, utilities, wages, taxes, etc. the way it’s presented is artistic. Much better looking than just butter and vegimite on toast, all flat and boring. The butter is curled with a spoon which is a technique that requires practice, the vegimite is smeared to look visually appealing. DYO restaurants have actually been a thing for a while. There’s the ploughman’s lunch, you have to cut everything yourself, pubs where you cook your own meat and serve yourself salad etc. people always want something new (not this joke of coarse) and different. To the people saying ‘I can make this at home’ you can make anything at home. The price you pay at a cafe is for the service. No one will run a business for free.

The people that paid $7 for vegemite and a bit of bread must have more money than sense. The cafe must see them coming a mile off!!

Daniel a must visit for your next trip home 🤣

Carlie Marie just in case no one has tagged you in this already! 😂

I love how serious people are taking this Samantha Mckenna it's totally just making fun of silly deconstructed food

Which is one of the reasons I always BMO Vegemite.

Has there been enough damage done to the whole group establishment! Why rubbish people that you know nothing about apart from a $7 treat that might not be served on a timber board!

Andrea Murray. Is there restaurant like this in melbourne yet

I first encountered a deconstructed dish..a Port Douglas 6 or so years ago. Wasn't impressed then..still not.😨

Kshitij Kharub Anup Niroula hahahaha this is where the UTS Bus is parked

I hate thiose big wooden boards but am glad the stack is gone , having to disassemble before eating it

Not the worlds first..... they have those dumb things here in the states.

Kim Ward Paul King Mmmmmm I like my Vegemite smeared like that thankyou

Claire “here is a regular loaf of bread, I suggest you remove the gluten by hand” 🤣

i would pay money to watch you at this restaurant Jack Osborn

I know it's a joke...well I think it is, but after experiencing one of those stupid deconstructed Dessert Bars in Adelaide anything is possible.

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