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Adelaide Now
Stars urge Australia to voteHOLLYWOOD stars Ellen DeGeneres and Stephen Fry are urging Australians to updat
Adelaide Now / Posted a minute ago
HOLLYWOOD stars Ellen DeGeneres and Stephen Fry are urging Australians to update their electoral roll details with just hours left to go before the cut off. The high-profile gay icons added their voices to calls for Aussies to urgently update their... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Trump rallies highlight his failingsand they feel both as epochal and as absurd as they look on TV. A heady, politi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
and they feel both as epochal and as absurd as they look on TV. A heady, political theatre that is virtually unknown to Australians. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. Outside there's always a carnival atmosphere _... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Stars urge Australia to voteHOLLYWOOD stars Ellen DeGeneres and Stephen Fry are urging Australians to updat
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 minutes ago
HOLLYWOOD stars Ellen DeGeneres and Stephen Fry are urging Australians to update their electoral roll details with just hours left to go before the cut off. The high-profile gay icons added their voices to calls for Aussies to urgently update their... Read more
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The Courier Mail
PM doubles down on Shorten citizenshipI'm not a dual citizen," he told reporters in Melbourne. The Labor leader said
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 minutes ago
I'm not a dual citizen," he told reporters in Melbourne. The Labor leader said the government had "lost the plot" in its personal attacks on him. "The Turnbull government is focused on me. My message to Australians is that I'm focused... Read more
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The Age
Trump rallies highlight his failingsand they feel both as epochal and as absurd as they look on TV. A heady, politi
The Age / Posted 10 minutes ago
and they feel both as epochal and as absurd as they look on TV. A heady, political theatre that is virtually unknown to Australians. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. Outside there's always a carnival atmosphere _... Read more
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News.com.au
Stars urge Australia to voteenrol or ensure their details were correct on the Australian Electoral Commissi
News.com.au / Posted 18 minutes ago
enrol or ensure their details were correct on the Australian Electoral Commission website. The AEC stated in the video that Australians can do so until August 24. The vote will be mailed to Australians in the week of September 12. News Corp reported... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Australia, make way for ‘super utes’power rather than hi-po petrol performance. Picture: Supplied. The arrival of
Daily Telegraph / Posted 19 minutes ago
power rather than hi-po petrol performance. Picture: Supplied. The arrival of these top-end models shows just how much Australians have fallen in love with utes in recent years. The Toyota HiLux and Ford Ranger are our top two selling cars... Read more
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Junkee
Meghan Trainor Has Slammed The Anti-Marriage Equality Campaign For "Illegally" Using Her Picturepop singer Meghan Trainor has denounced an anti-marriage equality ad that appro
Junkee / Posted 24 minutes ago
pop singer Meghan Trainor has denounced an anti-marriage equality ad that appropriated her photo and lyrics to encourage Australians to vote no in the upcoming postal survey. Last week a Facebook page called “Vote No Australia” posted an image... Read more
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News.com.au
PM doubles down on Shorten citizenshipI'm not a dual citizen," he told reporters in Melbourne. The Labor leader said
News.com.au / Posted 28 minutes ago
I'm not a dual citizen," he told reporters in Melbourne. The Labor leader said the government had "lost the plot" in its personal attacks on him. "The Turnbull government is focused on me. My message to Australians is that I'm focused... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
PM doubles down on Shorten citizenshipI'm not a dual citizen," he told reporters in Melbourne. The Labor leader said
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 29 minutes ago
I'm not a dual citizen," he told reporters in Melbourne. The Labor leader said the government had "lost the plot" in its personal attacks on him. "The Turnbull government is focused on me. My message to Australians is that I'm focused... Read more
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Adelaide Now
PM doubles down on Shorten citizenshipI'm not a dual citizen," he told reporters in Melbourne. The Labor leader said
Adelaide Now / Posted 31 minutes ago
I'm not a dual citizen," he told reporters in Melbourne. The Labor leader said the government had "lost the plot" in its personal attacks on him. "The Turnbull government is focused on me. My message to Australians is that I'm focused... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Australia getting more corruptthe financial sector, visa and migration system fraud, and online scams. “Seri
Adelaide Now / Posted 31 minutes ago
the financial sector, visa and migration system fraud, and online scams. “Serious and organised crime touches the lives of Australians in unprecedented ways — it is destructive, pervasive and sophisticated,” Ms Rose said. “Transnational serious... Read more
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The Betoota Advocate
Melbourne Reverend Says He's Been Pro-Same-Sex Marriage Since Before It Was Coolones. I love my neighbour Reverend Carter but he’s making it hard to with all t
The Betoota Advocate / Posted 31 minutes ago
ones. I love my neighbour Reverend Carter but he’s making it hard to with all this rainbow business,” “I think the elder Australians will be on the right side of history regarding this gay marriage fad.” More to come. Should you feel the need... Read more
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Daily Liberal
ADF says personnel serving overseas won't miss plebisciteguidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participat
Daily Liberal / Posted 43 minutes ago
guidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participation in the vote was voluntary and limited to Australians on the electoral roll. "This guidance also provides advice concerning the relevant dates for the survey and... Read more
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The Border Mail
ADF says personnel serving overseas won't miss plebisciteguidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participat
The Border Mail / Posted 46 minutes ago
guidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participation in the vote was voluntary and limited to Australians on the electoral roll. "This guidance also provides advice concerning the relevant dates for the survey and... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
ADF says personnel serving overseas won't miss plebisciteguidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participat
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 50 minutes ago
guidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participation in the vote was voluntary and limited to Australians on the electoral roll. "This guidance also provides advice concerning the relevant dates for the survey and... Read more
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The Courier
ADF says personnel serving overseas won't miss plebisciteguidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participat
The Courier / Posted 53 minutes ago
guidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participation in the vote was voluntary and limited to Australians on the electoral roll. "This guidance also provides advice concerning the relevant dates for the survey and... Read more
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WA Today
It's unacceptable children are deemed collateral damage in Duterte's war on drugschief Nick Warner with Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte in Manila. Photo: S
WA Today / Posted an hour ago
chief Nick Warner with Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte in Manila. Photo: Supplied "We never discussed human rights. [Australians] are so courteous," Mr Duterte said after the trip. Ms Bishop disputes the President's portrayal of their... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Australian household budgets are about to take another hit as energy 'bill shock' loomsat the Commonwealth Bank, suggests this increase, coming at a time when househo
Business Insider Australia / Posted an hour ago
at the Commonwealth Bank, suggests this increase, coming at a time when household budgets are already stretched, could see Australians cut back their discretionary spending even further. “Rising electricity prices are another headwind for... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Crime gangs are getting smarterthe financial sector, visa and migration system fraud, and online scams. “Seri
The Courier Mail / Posted an hour ago
the financial sector, visa and migration system fraud, and online scams. “Serious and organised crime touches the lives of Australians in unprecedented ways — it is destructive, pervasive and sophisticated,” Ms Rose said. “Transnational serious... Read more
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The Age
It's unacceptable children are deemed collateral damage in Duterte's war on drugschief Nick Warner with Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte in Manila. Photo: S
The Age / Posted an hour ago
chief Nick Warner with Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte in Manila. Photo: Supplied "We never discussed human rights. [Australians] are so courteous," Mr Duterte said after the trip. Ms Bishop disputes the President's portrayal of their... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
ADF says personnel serving overseas won't miss plebisciteguidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participat
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
guidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participation in the vote was voluntary and limited to Australians on the electoral roll. "This guidance also provides advice concerning the relevant dates for the survey and... Read more
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The Young Witness
ADF says personnel serving overseas won't miss plebisciteguidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participat
The Young Witness / Posted an hour ago
guidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participation in the vote was voluntary and limited to Australians on the electoral roll. "This guidance also provides advice concerning the relevant dates for the survey and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
It's unacceptable children are deemed collateral damage in Duterte's war on drugschief Nick Warner with Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte in Manila. Photo: S
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
chief Nick Warner with Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte in Manila. Photo: Supplied "We never discussed human rights. [Australians] are so courteous," Mr Duterte said after the trip. Ms Bishop disputes the President's portrayal of their... Read more
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News.com.au
Crime gangs are getting smarterthe financial sector, visa and migration system fraud, and online scams. “Seri
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
the financial sector, visa and migration system fraud, and online scams. “Serious and organised crime touches the lives of Australians in unprecedented ways — it is destructive, pervasive and sophisticated,” Ms Rose said. “Transnational serious... Read more
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Western Advocate
ADF says personnel serving overseas won't miss plebisciteguidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participat
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
guidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participation in the vote was voluntary and limited to Australians on the electoral roll. "This guidance also provides advice concerning the relevant dates for the survey and... Read more
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Western Advocate
Making a difference for cancerthe country on Daffodil Day to raise vital funds for cancer research, education
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
the country on Daffodil Day to raise vital funds for cancer research, education programs and support for the 1.1 million Australians who’ve been impact by the disease. Stalls open at 9am and Dougal Bear will be helping out again at the Bathurst... Read more
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Kiama Independent
ADF says personnel serving overseas won't miss plebisciteguidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participat
Kiama Independent / Posted an hour ago
guidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participation in the vote was voluntary and limited to Australians on the electoral roll. "This guidance also provides advice concerning the relevant dates for the survey and... Read more
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Manning River Times
ADF says personnel serving overseas won't miss plebisciteguidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participat
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
guidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participation in the vote was voluntary and limited to Australians on the electoral roll. "This guidance also provides advice concerning the relevant dates for the survey and... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
ADF says personnel serving overseas won't miss plebisciteguidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participat
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted an hour ago
guidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participation in the vote was voluntary and limited to Australians on the electoral roll. "This guidance also provides advice concerning the relevant dates for the survey and... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Free hearing tests to counter ‘alarming’ lossOne is six Australians are experiencing hearing difficulty. Hearing loss is th
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted an hour ago
One is six Australians are experiencing hearing difficulty. Hearing loss is the second most common health condition in Australia, affecting more than 3.6 million people. National Hearing Care business development director Nandha Vadakkeppatte said... Read more
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The Age
Never work again: Lucky Perth punter gets $20,000 a month for 20 yearsthe Set For Life Lottery this year. One lucky Perth punter will never have to
The Age / Posted an hour ago
the Set For Life Lottery this year. One lucky Perth punter will never have to work again. The prize was taken out by West Australians a total of five times since the game was launched. The lucky winner is yet to cme forward, and Oxford News owner... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Never work again: Lucky Perth punter gets $20,000 a month for 20 yearsthe Set For Life Lottery this year. One lucky Perth punter will never have to
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
the Set For Life Lottery this year. One lucky Perth punter will never have to work again. The prize was taken out by West Australians a total of five times since the game was launched. The lucky winner is yet to cme forward, and Oxford News owner... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Travel industry charmed by largest ever Rotorua RoadshowAir New Zealand taking the title of the most reputable company in Australia, th
Scoop.co.nz / Posted an hour ago
Air New Zealand taking the title of the most reputable company in Australia, there has never been a better time to convince Australians to visit Rotorua,” says Mr Dault. “Our strategy is to increase the Australian visitor’s length of stay by... Read more
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The North West Star
ADF says personnel serving overseas won't miss plebisciteguidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participat
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
guidance reiterating the Australian Bureau of Statistics advice that participation in the vote was voluntary and limited to Australians on the electoral roll. "This guidance also provides advice concerning the relevant dates for the survey and... Read more
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News.com.au
Marshall’s holiday leave unacceptable: Koutswent on leave on Tuesday, the same day as Mr Bell’s first court appearance and
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
went on leave on Tuesday, the same day as Mr Bell’s first court appearance and when the party planned to tell South Australians that Mr Marshall had decided Mr Bell could not continue as a Liberal MP. Mount Gambier MP Troy Bell with Liberal... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Pads off: Australia’s unique Bangladesh prepthe fact that you can hit the ball and not hoping that your pads are there just
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 hours ago
the fact that you can hit the ball and not hoping that your pads are there just to save you,” he said. It’s a tactic the Australians experimented with during Justin Langer’s tenure as batting coach in 2012. The first of two Tests in the series... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Marshall’s holiday leave unacceptable: Koutswent on leave on Tuesday, the same day as Mr Bell’s first court appearance and
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 hours ago
went on leave on Tuesday, the same day as Mr Bell’s first court appearance and when the party planned to tell South Australians that Mr Marshall had decided Mr Bell could not continue as a Liberal MP. Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis accused Mr... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Pads off: Australia’s unique Bangladesh prepthe fact that you can hit the ball and not hoping that your pads are there just
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
the fact that you can hit the ball and not hoping that your pads are there just to save you,” he said. It’s a tactic the Australians experimented with during Justin Langer’s tenure as batting coach in 2012. The first of two Tests in the series... Read more
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News.com.au
Pads off: Australia’s unique Bangladesh prepyou,” he said. Glenn Maxwell is in line to play the first Test against Banglad
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
you,” he said. Glenn Maxwell is in line to play the first Test against Bangladesh.Source:Getty Images It’s a tactic the Australians experimented with during Justin Langer’s tenure as batting coach in 2012. The first of two Tests in the series... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Commonwealth Bank class action would hurt everyone but the lawyersthe courts out of it, the very-well-paid legal eagles and their financiers are
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 hours ago
the courts out of it, the very-well-paid legal eagles and their financiers are seeking to punish the millions of ordinary Australians who bought CBA shares before August 17, 2015, and held onto them. Aside from the hundreds of thousands of... Read more
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The Border Mail
Letters to the editorwritten fact. Life was not easy however these settlers persevered and develope
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
written fact. Life was not easy however these settlers persevered and developed the country to what it is today. For most Australians, Australia Day is January 26, a day to reflect on how we have struggled through wars, depression, droughts... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
The electoral roll for same-sex marriage closes at midnight tonightis also still a chance that the postal vote could be shot down by in the High C
Business Insider Australia / Posted 3 hours ago
is also still a chance that the postal vote could be shot down by in the High Court, and if that happens Turnbull has said that there won’t be a vote on the issue in parliament. The postal vote is scheduled to be sent out to Australians next m... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Cormann: Shorten’s ‘communist’ agendacrisis. “As he looks ahead to the next election, he has made the deliberate an
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
crisis. “As he looks ahead to the next election, he has made the deliberate and cynical political judgment that enough Australians have forgotten the historical failure of socialism,” Senator Cormann said. “The Berlin Wall came down 28 years... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Cormann: Shorten’s ‘communist’ agendacrisis. “As he looks ahead to the next election, he has made the deliberate an
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 hours ago
crisis. “As he looks ahead to the next election, he has made the deliberate and cynical political judgment that enough Australians have forgotten the historical failure of socialism,” Senator Cormann said. “The Berlin Wall came down 28 years... Read more
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Money Management
‘Scandal-ridden banks’ untrustworthy on insurancebanks are the second biggest provider of group insurance but cannot be trusted
Money Management / Posted 3 hours ago
banks are the second biggest provider of group insurance but cannot be trusted to act in the best interests of Australians, according to industry superannuation fund, Vision Super. The industry fund has used a submission to the... Read more
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Money Management
ANZ expands OneCare insurance offeringsand what they really need,” Kerr said. “This mismatch is pushing up premiums a
Money Management / Posted 3 hours ago
and what they really need,” Kerr said. “This mismatch is pushing up premiums and making cover less affordable for many Australians, which is why a tiered benefit structure increasingly makes sense to some customers.” The newly-released income... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Cormann: Shorten’s ‘communist’ agendaAAP “As he looks ahead to the next election, he has made the deliberate and cy
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
AAP “As he looks ahead to the next election, he has made the deliberate and cynical political judgment that enough Australians have forgotten the historical failure of socialism,” Senator Cormann said. “The Berlin Wall came down 28 years... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Commonwealth Bank class action would hurt everyone but the lawyersthe courts out of it, the very-well-paid legal eagles and their financiers are
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
the courts out of it, the very-well-paid legal eagles and their financiers are seeking to punish the millions of ordinary Australians who bought CBA shares before August 17, 2015, and held onto them. Aside from the hundreds of thousands of... Read more
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The Age
Commonwealth Bank class action would hurt everyone but the lawyersthe courts out of it, the very-well-paid legal eagles and their financiers are
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
the courts out of it, the very-well-paid legal eagles and their financiers are seeking to punish the millions of ordinary Australians who bought CBA shares before August 17, 2015, and held onto them. Aside from the hundreds of thousands of... Read more
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