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Visionary, Gavin Jones farewelled

gavin jones funeralJust some of the lives Gavin Jones touched were among more than 750 people who farewelled the man commonly described as a visionary at his funeral service last Thursday.

Politicians, sporting stars, singers, actors and the grassroots community members were among the 750 people who crowded into St Saviour's Cathedral in Goulburn in south west New South Wales for Mr Jones' funeral...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 July 2014 19:15

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Brooke Peris photo-bombed by Queen a cracker, says Aunty Nova Peris

brooke peris right queen photobombs perisBrooke Peris has gone viral after her selfie with team mate Jayde Taylor was photo-bombed by none other than the Queen of England and Brooke's cousin, Nova Peris, another famous hockey player in her own right, reckons it's a cracker.

Brooke and Jayde, both members of Australia's hockey team competing in the Glasgow Commonwealth Games...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 July 2014 19:14

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