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The Age
Collision courseliar." This year the father-and-son battle has been prosecuted in public, with
Collision course
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
liar." This year the father-and-son battle has been prosecuted in public, with the two going head-to-head in the Victorian Supreme Court. ("When you go to court," says Bob, "you hang out your undies.") The case concerned only a few million bucks -... Read more
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Perth Now
‘Baby bashed, burnt, raped’ — courtand burned has described the violent hours leading to her son’s death. Mervyn
‘Baby bashed, burnt, raped’ — court
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
and burned has described the violent hours leading to her son’s death. Mervyn Kenneth Douglas Bell went on trial in the Supreme Court today, pleading not guilty to murdering and sexually assaulting the baby last year. He is accused of taking... Read more
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CBC.ca
Big business takes up role in fight against anti-LGBT laws in U.S.laws, as well as anti-gay "refusal of service" laws, have been introduced or pa
Big business takes up role in fight against anti-LGBT laws in U.S.
CBC.ca / Posted 17 days ago
laws, as well as anti-gay "refusal of service" laws, have been introduced or passed in more than 20 states since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled last summer than the constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage. According to the Human Rights... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Tennessee AP, MTSU present 2016 news excellence awardsThe Greeneville Sun, "County Issues First Marriage License To Same-Sex Couple F
Tennessee AP, MTSU present 2016 news excellence awards
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 19 days ago
The Greeneville Sun, "County Issues First Marriage License To Same-Sex Couple Following Ruling, Local Reaction Varied To Supreme Court's Marriage Ruling", Michael Reneau, Kristen Buckles. Malcolm Law Award for Investigative Reporting: The... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Woman who helped partner cover up camp murder could be free in monthsWestern Australia's far north could be eligible for parole in months. Lindsay
Woman who helped partner cover up camp murder could be free in months
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 29 days ago
Western Australia's far north could be eligible for parole in months. Lindsay Judas, 55, was murdered at a bush camp near Broome in February 2014. He was drinking and socialising at the site with a Perth couple he had met on his drive north from... Read more

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