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Austral a proteaceous shrub, Telopea speciosissima, the floral emblem of New South Wales, having dark green leaves and large clusters of crimson flowers
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The Carrington and Kooragang terminals at Port Waratah had combined stocks of 2.04 million mt available for export on Sunday, up by about 81,800mt from the previous week.
Swanson Industries President and CEO Steve Sangalli commented, "We are very pleased to bring Waratah Engineering into the Swanson family.
If the new found success of New South Wales Waratahs is any indication that the Wallabies will perform well in the upcoming Rugby Champonships, the Aussies will take all the positive signs they can get.
The captain gave orders to put as much distance between the Waratah and the Clan MacTaggart, and soon the ship of zombies was lost in the fog - another mystery of the eternal sea.
She somehow managed to leave Waratah Village undetected and walk to the hospital several hundred metres away.
21 October 2009 - Swedish network communication solutions developer Axis Communications AB (STO: AXIS) said today it has won a contract to deliver network cameras for the Waratah suburban train in Sydney, eastern Australia.
Waratah Coal is also developing the AUD7.5bn China First coal mine adjacent to the power plant's site, 30 kilometres north-west of Alpha in central Queensland.
Members of the AmeriCast management team, along with Bradken, Waratah, Australia, a former holding of Castle Harlan's Australian affiliate, also made significant investments in the company.