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Entertainment Book - your local dining and activity guide - Entertainment Books Australia

The Entertainment™ Book is a restaurant and activity guide that provides special 25 to 50% off and 2-for-1 offers from many of the best restaurants, hotels and attractions throughout Australia and New Zealand. Entertainment™ Books are only available through fund-raising groups, organisations and corporations as a member benefit or fund-raiser.

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Mets roll to 100th win, sweep Nationals with NL East dream over

nypost.com - 1 hour ago
As the Mets were steamrolling Tuesday night to victory No. 100, what would have been a more meaningful accomplishment officially became unreachable.
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Detainee shot, killed by Border Patrol agents in El Paso

www.cbsnews.com - 1 hour ago
The victim was in Border Patrol custody at the time of the shooting, authorities said.
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Aaron Judge’s long journey to 62 is over

nypost.com - 2 hours ago
Aaron Judge is the new Yankee — and American League — home run king.
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As migrant crisis deepens, Mayor Eric Adams faces a threat that could dominate his time in office

nypost.com - 2 hours ago
Although it’s early in the process for a post-mortem, any analysis of what the mayor was thinking when he got into the migrant mess must consider the imbalance between his tall ambition and his short tenure in City Hall.
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Empire State Building sparkles Yankees colors for 62 seconds to celebrate Aaron Judge

nypost.com - 2 hours ago
Aaron Judge's record-breaking 62nd home run got the Empire State Building treatment.
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Motorcycle-riding gunmen kill Philippine radio commentator

www.npr.org - 2 hours ago
Gunmen killed a radio commentator in metropolitan Manila in the latest attack on a member of the media in the Philippines, considered one of the world's most dangerous countries for journalists. (Image credit: Aaron Favila/AP)
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