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Islamic State ordered ‘demonstration killings’ in Australia Published: 18 September 2014 Police talk outside a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford...
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TWO things about Rockhampton stand out for National Rugby League boss Dave Smith: beef and our passion for footy. While he overlooked a juicy steak for lunch yesterday in his visit to the beef...
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... believe we're on the cusp of something very special for this country,'' Key has repeatedly said during campaigning for the September 20 poll, in which he is seeking a third term after gaining...
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THE Wallabies quest for an unprecedented third Rugby World Cup crown is now just 12 months away with Thursday marking the one year countdown to the game’s showpiece event. The eighth edition of the...
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A SERIES of pre-dawn raids across Sydney may have thwarted a plot by a terror cell to kidnap and behead a random member of the public. ONE man has been charged with serious terrorism-related offences...
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I PULL on a hair net and a fluoro coat and step into a very noisy factory. It’s a little cold, and as I round the corner of a box-like room, the sweetest smell hits me. Now I could be in an apple...
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PREMIER Colin Barnett says there is no evidence of terrorists operating in Western Australia, but people would continue to see a tighter level of security. HIS comments came after pre-dawn raids...
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FIRST he attacked Africans, Asians and people from the Middle East, and then he let loose on Twitter. Nick Folkes, who calls himself a race realist and appeared on last night’s SBS show Living With...
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott says intelligence indicates people in Australia were allegedly planning a public beheading to be carried out in the name of militant group Islamic State. Prime Minister...
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Comments by a Liberal Senator linking terror raids with a campaign to ban the burqa have been described as "stupid and ignorant" and designed to "feed prejudice". Comments by a Liberal senator...
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David Ian and the Really Useful Group’s London Palladium Production of as it does with Garrett's Climb Ev'ry Mountain.” says the Dominion PostCritics have also applauded Bethany Dickson in the...
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Serko Integration With AirPlusThursday, 18 September 2014, 2:50 pmPress Release: SerkoIntegration With AirPlus Automates Travel Expense Reconciliation Process for Serko Incharge CustomersIntegration...
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Latest news from around the Southern Inlands and overnight updates from around the world. Good morning, and welcome to the Southern Inlands Brekkie Blog. Each morning we'll keep you up to date with...
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Brenton Sanderson sacking from Adelaide Crows a 'tough call' says chairman Rob Chapman Adelaide Crows chairman Rob Chapman said it was a tough call to sack coach Brenton Sanderson, but emphasised the...
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A supermassive black hole discovered in an ultracompact dwarf galaxy has prompted researchers to question if similar massive light-sucking objects may be far more common than previously believed. The...
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Australian troops and fighter jets heading into 'war-like' combat against Islamic State: ADF chief Australian fighter jets will be part of a combat mission in the Middle East, according to Chief of...
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... you get older, you don't bowl better balls than you used to bowl when you were 18. You just have fewer bad days" It's strange - you look back at some of your best performances and it seems each...
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Joe Hockey is holding a good hand with the weakened Aussie dollar. Photo: Andrew Meares Joe Hockey could do with a change of fortune. With his personal approval ratings shot, the budget in all sorts...
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The Wallabies are set to face one of their own at Twickenham after Nick Cummins agreed to wear the black and white of the Barbarians against Australia in November. The Wallabies are set to face one...
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Pro-Union guerrillas 'projection bomb' Scottish landmarks with 50ft No logo on eve of historic decision No campaigners projected a clear message on the side of three landmarks Edinburgh Castle,...
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