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Deakin

(ˈdiːkɪn)
n
(Biography) Alfred. 1856–1919, Australian statesman. He was a leader of the movement for Australian federation; prime minister of Australia (1903–04; 1905–08; 1909–10)
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Michael Hoolickin died three days after being stabbed five times by Timothy Ian Deakin, 22, outside a pub in Middleton in October 2016.
Multimedia motoring journalist and road safety advocate James Deakin was faced with backlash after a photo of him with former senator Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr.
The 33-year-old serviceman, fellow soldier Private Mark Barrett, and civilian Alexander Deakin have not yet been asked to enter a plea to a charge alleging they were members of National Action.
The business is currently managed by brothers Henry and James Deakin, the seventh generation of the family, and was recently invited to open a flagship store in the capital's Piccadilly Arcade, near St James's Park.
The business is managed by brothers Henry and James Deakin, the seventh generation of the family, and was recently invited to open a flagship store in the capital's Piccadilly Arcade, near St James's Park.
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) called out motoring journalist James Deakin Friday after he posted an alleged piece of "fake news" about the latest guidelines for transport network vehicles services (TNVS) that stirred the public.
com)-- Women's swimwear brand Deakin and Blue is delighted to announce that they are extending the size ranges offered up to UK size 24.
Lance Corporal Mikko Vehvilainen and Private Mark Barrett are accused along with Alexander Deakin of being part of the proscribed National Action organisation.
Deakin University has strengthened its reputation as an international education leader by taking out the Education and Training category at the prestigious 37th Governor of Victoria Export Awards (GOVEA).
Deakin University said that it has signed a deal with Bendigo Bank to boost scholarships.
Obsessed Brian Deakin, 46, attacked Deborah Evans on her doorstep using a kitchen knife with such force that it snapped.