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ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr backed $7.5m Brumbies tax break near 2012 election – The Canberra Times


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ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr backed $7.5m Brumbies tax break near 2012 election
The Canberra Times
ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr has revealed he gave in-principle support to the $7.5 million tax break for the Brumbies land deal in Griffith just before the 2012 election. Mr Barr told the ACT parliament he had indicated the government's support to ...

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Coleman gets chance to spark Brumbies attack – Sydney Morning Herald


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Coleman gets chance to spark Brumbies attack
Sydney Morning Herald
He's been dubbed the ACT Brumbies' everywhere man, but Robbie Coleman looms as the spark to ignite the team's backline and kick-start a Super Rugby resurgence. Brumbies coach Stephen Larkham and former Wallabies warrior Pat McCabe have thrown ...
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Week 11 teams: Toomua blow for Brumbies – Fox Sports


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Week 11 teams: Toomua blow for Brumbies
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The big blow for Blackadder is the loss of Nemani Nadolo, who is suspended for his dangerous throw of Brumbies halfback Tomas Cubelli. The bye week has given Johnny McNicholl time to recover from injury and he is named to start on the right wing, with ...

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Liberals continue their pursuit of Chief Minister Andrew Barr over Brumbies land deal – The Canberra Times


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Liberals continue their pursuit of Chief Minister Andrew Barr over Brumbies land deal
The Canberra Times
The Liberals continued their pursuit of Chief Minister Andrew Barr over the Brumbies land deal on Wednesday, asking whether David Lamont had made any representations to government over the sale of its Griffith land and move to the University of ...

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Brumbies stitch mums on to chests as Nigel Ah Wong starts motor neurone disease campaign – Sydney Morning Herald


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Brumbies stitch mums on to chests as Nigel Ah Wong starts motor neurone disease campaign
Sydney Morning Herald
Nigel Ah Wong will run on to Canberra Stadium with his mum's name stitched into the chest of his ACT Brumbies jersey, but there's another woman in his life who he's on a mission to help. As the Brumbies prepare to pay tribute to the women behind the ...

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Super Rugby: Brumbies blow with Matt Toomua to miss Pretoria Bulls clash – Sydney Morning Herald


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Super Rugby: Brumbies blow with Matt Toomua to miss Pretoria Bulls clash
Sydney Morning Herald
The ACT Brumbies' hopes of reigniting their season have been dealt a massive blow after Wallabies back Matt Toomua was ruled out of the club's match against the Pretoria Bulls. Toomua suffered a knee injury last weekend and is set to miss what looms as ...
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Toomua out of Brumbies vs Bulls Today at 8:27 PM – ARU Rugby


Toomua out of Brumbies vs Bulls Today at 8:27 PM
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Matt Toomua will have one less chance to push for his Wallabies starting spot, ruled out of this weekend's Brumbies clash with the Bulls. Toomua has been ruled out with a knee injury that ended his clash against the Highlanders last weekend, replaced ...

Brumbies stitch mums on to chests as Nigel Ah Wong starts motor neurone disease campaign – The Age


Brumbies stitch mums on to chests as Nigel Ah Wong starts motor neurone disease campaign
The Age
As the Brumbies prepare to pay tribute to the women behind the players this week, Ah Wong has opened up about a story close to his heart and his decision to become a motor neurone disease ambassador. Ah Wong' aunt Sese, 63, was diagnosed with the ...

Brumbies seek out refs boss – SBS


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Brumbies seek out refs boss
SBS
Brumbies coach Stephen Larkham has had talks with Super Rugby's referees boss Lyndon Bray, unhappy with rule interpretations in recent losses. He believes the Brumbies' great strength, their set-piece scoring platform, has been partially nullified by ...
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ACT Liberals put waiving of $7.5 million development tax for Brumbies under scrutiny – The Canberra Times


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ACT Liberals put waiving of $7.5 million development tax for Brumbies under scrutiny
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The Liberals have questioned whether the government waived a $7.5 million development tax to help the Brumbies or to help a third party. Liberal Leader Jeremy Hanson has also used Question Time on Tuesday to question the involvement of former Labor ...