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Brandis says office changed handling of correspondence after Lindt Cafe siege inquiry

Brandis says office changed handling of correspondence after Lindt Cafe siege inquiry

Updated May 24, 2017 22:17:15 Federal Attorney-General George Brandis has argued his office and department have already changed their handling ...
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'We were very lucky': Australian father describes narrow escape from Manchester bombing

‘We were very lucky’: Australian father describes narrow escape from Manchester bombing

Updated May 24, 2017 22:00:16 A Northern Territory father who was at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester with his ...
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Soldier who died in NT training accident remembered as 'life of the party'

Soldier who died in NT training accident remembered as ‘life of the party’

Posted May 24, 2017 20:48:10 The family of a soldier who died in an Army exercise in the Northern Territory ...
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WA's GST revenue share unlikely to improve: Barnett

WA’s GST revenue share unlikely to improve: Barnett

Posted May 24, 2017 19:40:19 The Turnbull Government's highly-touted inquiry into the GST distribution system will achieve nothing and WA's ...
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'Boyd wouldn't know what a line break was': Katter slams Origin selectors over Slater snub

‘Boyd wouldn’t know what a line break was’: Katter slams Origin selectors over Slater snub

Updated May 24, 2017 19:04:09 Photo: MP and part-time rugby league analyst Bob Katter (L) says Billy Slater should be ...
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'It's my fault': Dive safety drill not practised, Paspaley chief says

‘It’s my fault’: Dive safety drill not practised, Paspaley chief says

Posted May 24, 2017 18:33:50 The executive director of Paspaley Pearls has taken responsibility for the company's failure to regularly ...
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Taxpayer-funded boarding complex opens at NT high school

Taxpayer-funded boarding complex opens at NT high school

Posted May 24, 2017 18:33:50 Photo: Yinimala Maymuru is a senior boarder at Nhulunbuy High School. (ABC News: Alyssa Betts) ...
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ACT – News

Brandis says office changed handling of correspondence after Lindt Cafe siege inquiry

Brandis says office changed handling of correspondence after Lindt Cafe siege inquiry

Updated May 24, 2017 22:17:15 Federal Attorney-General George Brandis has argued his office and department have already changed their handling ...
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Canberra drug trafficker's house seized under proceeds of crime

Canberra drug trafficker’s house seized under proceeds of crime

Posted May 24, 2017 18:18:48 A drug conviction has cost a 47-year-old Canberra man his home, after a court ordered ...
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Baby giraffe makes debut as Canberra zoo unveils expansion

Baby giraffe makes debut as Canberra zoo unveils expansion

By Diana Hayward Posted May 24, 2017 18:14:38 Photo: Baby giraffe Kebibi is the first born at Canberra's National Zoo ...
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Indigenous leaders recreate 1967 referendum victory photo

Indigenous leaders recreate 1967 referendum victory photo

Posted May 24, 2017 16:45:38 Photo: Aboriginal leaders hope a new referendum will bring Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians closer. (ABC ...
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Uni staff behind multi-million-dollar loss to taxpayers: ex-colleague

Uni staff behind multi-million-dollar loss to taxpayers: ex-colleague

Posted May 24, 2017 16:28:35 Corruption and maladministration at the Australian National University cost taxpayers millions of dollars over just ...
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Alleged Christian lobby arsonist expected to appear in court

Alleged Christian lobby arsonist expected to appear in court

Posted May 24, 2017 13:23:07 Photo: Burnt-out van at the Australian Christian Lobby headquarters. (Twitter: @LyleShelton) Related Story: Christian Lobby ...
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NSW – News

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Hay and Yenda facing off

Hay and Yenda facing off

It is a battle at the bottom when Yenda make the trip to take on Hay. HITUP: Yenda's Tom Sellars ...
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Suicide prevention talks in MIA

Suicide prevention talks in MIA

Nic Newling in the MIA to start conversations on mental health Suicide prevention talks in MIA exit High school dropout ...
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Plum finds a new way to give back

Plum finds a new way to give back

Nigel Plum sits down with The Area News to discuss his life and career. Plum finds a new way to ...
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A welcome relief for generous souls

A welcome relief for generous souls

It was a long time coming but for members of the Men's Shed it was welcome news. MEN'S SHED: Reg ...
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Tough encounter for Griffith City Two

Tough encounter for Griffith City Two

Griffith City Two are approaching their game against Hanwood knowing they are in for a tough challange Griffith City Two ...
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Tough game on horizon for Rhinos

Tough game on horizon for Rhinos

The Riverina Rhinos are preparing for a tough away trip to take on Gungahlin United. The Rhinos are preparing for ...
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NT – News

'We were very lucky': Australian father describes narrow escape from Manchester bombing

‘We were very lucky’: Australian father describes narrow escape from Manchester bombing

Updated May 24, 2017 22:00:16 A Northern Territory father who was at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester with his ...
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Soldier who died in NT training accident remembered as 'life of the party'

Soldier who died in NT training accident remembered as ‘life of the party’

Posted May 24, 2017 20:48:10 The family of a soldier who died in an Army exercise in the Northern Territory ...
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Taxpayer-funded boarding complex opens at NT high school

Taxpayer-funded boarding complex opens at NT high school

Posted May 24, 2017 18:33:50 Photo: Yinimala Maymuru is a senior boarder at Nhulunbuy High School. (ABC News: Alyssa Betts) ...
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Federal Government grants second extension to youth detention royal commission

Federal Government grants second extension to youth detention royal commission

Updated May 24, 2017 16:05:53 Photo: Mick Gooda and Margaret White in a cell at the old Don Dale youth ...
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Mutitjulu 'needs own rangers', as program hangs in limbo

Mutitjulu ‘needs own rangers’, as program hangs in limbo

Posted May 24, 2017 14:54:48 Photo: Benji Kenny and one of the Docker Rangers stand [from left] with a Mutitjulu ...
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Next gen needed to ensure cut flower industry has future

Next gen needed to ensure cut flower industry has future

+A cut flower grower in the Northern Territory is concerned about the future of the industry, with a lack of ...
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QLD – News

'Boyd wouldn't know what a line break was': Katter slams Origin selectors over Slater snub

‘Boyd wouldn’t know what a line break was’: Katter slams Origin selectors over Slater snub

Updated May 24, 2017 19:04:09 Photo: MP and part-time rugby league analyst Bob Katter (L) says Billy Slater should be ...
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Hit the big banks harder, says BoQ chief

Hit the big banks harder, says BoQ chief

Updated May 24, 2017 17:01:50 Bank of Queensland boss Jon Sutton is ropable. Key points: Standard & Poor's downgraded the ...
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Families left with only $15 a day to eat: Salvos report

Families left with only $15 a day to eat: Salvos report

Updated May 24, 2017 16:30:51 Photo: Isabella, 7 months, and mum Vanessa Bromley looking through donations at the Salvation Army ...
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Families left with $15 a day for food, bills: Salvos report

Families left with $15 a day for food, bills: Salvos report

Updated May 24, 2017 18:12:15 Photo: Isabella, 7 months, and mum Vanessa Bromley looking through donations at the Salvation Army ...
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Dreamworld owner Ardent Leisure faces board push

Dreamworld owner Ardent Leisure faces board push

Updated May 24, 2017 15:10:01 Pressure is ramping up on Ardent Leisure, the beleaguered owner of the Dreamworld theme park ...
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'Nearly half' of imported prawns were infected with white spot

‘Nearly half’ of imported prawns were infected with white spot

Agriculture Department officials estimate that nearly half of all raw prawns imported into Australia were infected with white spot disease, ...
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'Nearly half' of imported raw prawns were infected with white spot, senators hear

‘Nearly half’ of imported raw prawns were infected with white spot, senators hear

Australian Agriculture Department officials have estimated that nearly half of all imported raw prawns were infected with white spot disease ...
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SA – News

Shipbuilding plan says skilled foreign workers 'essential' to Navy's future

Shipbuilding plan says skilled foreign workers ‘essential’ to Navy’s future

Updated May 16, 2017 00:20:31 Australia's long-awaited naval shipbuilding plan has acknowledged South Australia will struggle to provide the thousands ...
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Eleni Glouftsis to be first female field umpire in AFL home-and-away match

Eleni Glouftsis to be first female field umpire in AFL home-and-away match

Posted May 15, 2017 21:07:11 South Australia's Eleni Glouftsis is set to become the first woman to oversee an AFL ...
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Jail time 'not appropriate' for nurse who filmed dementia patient

Jail time ‘not appropriate’ for nurse who filmed dementia patient

Posted May 15, 2017 17:17:54 A former nurse at an Adelaide public hospital has been convicted over the illegal filming ...
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Woman allegedly smuggled contraband to Adelaide inmate

Woman allegedly smuggled contraband to Adelaide inmate

Posted May 15, 2017 13:58:47 Photo: Contraband was smuggled to a remand centre inmate, police allege. (ABC News) A woman ...
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Man in custody after two bodies found in SA's south-east

Man in custody after two bodies found in SA’s south-east

Updated May 15, 2017 12:56:05 Two bodies have been found at a house at Millicent in the south-east of South ...
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Man to face murder charges over women's deaths in SA's south-east

Man to face murder charges over women’s deaths in SA’s south-east

Updated May 15, 2017 16:08:31 Photo: Police went to the house on Monday morning, and found two bodies. (ABC News: ...
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TAS – News

Students delve into the ANZAC legend

Students delve into the ANZAC legend

2017-05-15 12:22:27 SIX student recipients of the Frank MacDonald Memorial Prize (FMMP) received a valuable insight into the true effects ...
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Nothing warms you like a flame

Nothing warms you like a flame

2017-05-15 10:29:22 WITH winter well on the way and electricity bills continuing to increase, local residents are urged to consider ...
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Stop breathing dirty air

Stop breathing dirty air

2017-05-15 10:28:16 IS your heat pump clean, healthy and ready for winter? Did you know that your heat pump only ...
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Traffic works underway at Warrane Primary School

Traffic works underway at Warrane Primary School

2017-05-15 10:27:03 LOCAL Tasmanian business Batchelor Construction Group has been awarded the contract for a capital works redevelopment at Warrane ...
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Rosny students can’t stop the beat

Rosny students can’t stop the beat

2017-05-15 10:25:53 ROSNY College is gearing up for its 19th annual musical, this year taking on the vibrant and exciting ...
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Exhibition celebrates 40-years of Clarence Family Day Care

Exhibition celebrates 40-years of Clarence Family Day Care

2017-05-15 10:24:37 AN exhibition featuring children’s artwork, interactive art displays, photographs and toy memorabilia dating back to the 1970s has ...
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World Games Day comes to Bellerive

World Games Day comes to Bellerive

2017-05-15 10:23:24 RESIDENTS from the greater Hobart area will soon be able to enjoy a wide variety of Indigenous sports ...
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VIC – News

Adventurer ends 3,700km paddleboard trek down Murray-Darling

Adventurer ends 3,700km paddleboard trek down Murray-Darling

Posted May 19, 2017 13:42:50 Photo: Tom Dunn has spent 113 days paddling from Queensland to SA. (Supplied: Dunn family) ...
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First it was smashed avocados, now it is premium wines

First it was smashed avocados, now it is premium wines

First it was smashed avocado and $4 coffees, now millennials are reaching for the top shelf when it comes to ...
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#notvangogh: Artist lookalike a selfie sensation

#notvangogh: Artist lookalike a selfie sensation

Updated May 19, 2017 12:40:51 Photo: Matt Butterworth is often told he looks like Dutch master Vincent Van Gogh. Related ...
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Star shooter Thwaites says netball helped her deal with depression

Star shooter Thwaites says netball helped her deal with depression

Posted May 19, 2017 12:18:50 Netball star Caitlin Thwaites has opened up about her battle with depression, describing her diagnosis ...
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Slow rides for Melbourne's tram travellers

Slow rides for Melbourne’s tram travellers

Posted May 19, 2017 11:58:54 Photo: Yarra Trams says the challenge of running trams in Melbourne's bustling city traffic will ...
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Wildcard round could decide last two final spots, says AFL chief McLachlan

Wildcard round could decide last two final spots, says AFL chief McLachlan

Posted May 18, 2017 19:43:33 Photo: Gillon McLachlan says the current season format in which 18 teams play 22 games ...
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WA – News

WA's GST revenue share unlikely to improve: Barnett

WA’s GST revenue share unlikely to improve: Barnett

Posted May 24, 2017 19:40:19 The Turnbull Government's highly-touted inquiry into the GST distribution system will achieve nothing and WA's ...
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'It's my fault': Dive safety drill not practised, Paspaley chief says

‘It’s my fault’: Dive safety drill not practised, Paspaley chief says

Posted May 24, 2017 18:33:50 The executive director of Paspaley Pearls has taken responsibility for the company's failure to regularly ...
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Young MP vows to fight for pot, Tasers and paintball

Young MP vows to fight for pot, Tasers and paintball

Updated May 24, 2017 17:35:07 One of WA's new conservative Upper House MPs will use his position to push back ...
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Why aren't we getting the flu jab?

Why aren’t we getting the flu jab?

Posted May 24, 2017 17:28:18 Photo: WA Health minister Roger Cook got vaccinated today, to encourage people to get the ...
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Private military collection preserves personal war stories

Private military collection preserves personal war stories

Posted May 24, 2017 17:13:33 Photo: Kathryn and John Shapland among their private collection, Recollections of War. (ABC Great Southern: ...
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'Most loudest library ever' signals move to role as community hub

‘Most loudest library ever’ signals move to role as community hub

Posted May 24, 2017 17:00:47 The stereotype of the shushing librarian has been shelved after a note from a disgruntled ...
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Nationals leader Mia Davies stands firm on mining tax

Nationals leader Mia Davies stands firm on mining tax

Updated May 24, 2017 17:07:48 Two months after the WA Nationals were knocked out of government and leader Brendon Grylls ...
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INTERNATIONAL – News

150 years on, another Miklouho-Maclay is off to meet the Papuans

150 years on, another Miklouho-Maclay is off to meet the Papuans

"I have always reacted normally to who I am. Maybe because I had no other choice?" Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay smiles, sitting ...
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Police searched world-famous theater, looking for $3.5 million

Police searched world-famous theater, looking for $3.5 million

On the morning of May 23, messages on social networks appeared about the police searching Moscow's Gogol Center Theatre, and ...
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How much money does a Russian family of 3 need for a 'normal life'?

How much money does a Russian family of 3 need for a ‘normal life’?

In April, as a part of a national poll, the research foundation Romir asked respondents a standard question — how ...
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Discovering culinary gems at Moscow’s most renowned farmer’s market

Discovering culinary gems at Moscow’s most renowned farmer’s market

People say prices are high, but there are hidden treasures to be had, and you don’t need to be an ...
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Russia to serially produce upgraded Tu-160 strategic bombers after 2021

Russia to serially produce upgraded Tu-160 strategic bombers after 2021

The serial production of upgraded Tupolev Tu-160M2 (NATO reporting name: Blackjack) strategic missile carriers is expected to begin after 2021, ...
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Pukekohe home destroyed in major fire

Pukekohe home destroyed in major fire

BROOKE BATH Last updated 23:16, May 24 2017 Fairfax NZ Fire crews were called to a large house fire in ...
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