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Otago Daily Times
KiwiSaver big success; Govt slated for axing kick-startKiwisaver is extraordinarily successful at attracting members and encouraging l
KiwiSaver big success; Govt slated for axing kick-start
Otago Daily Times / Posted 4 hours ago
Kiwisaver is extraordinarily successful at attracting members and encouraging long term saving, a new report says. The New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER) report contrasts with a Government joint agency evaluation of KiwiSaver... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Samara McPhedranTelevision Australia Wide The Killing Season Corrections & Clarifications R
Samara McPhedran
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
Television Australia Wide The Killing Season Corrections & Clarifications Religion & Ethics Technology & Games The Weather Man Antony Green's Election Blog is a senior research fellow at the Violence... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
What motivates people to commit public murders? We may never know what truly motivated a man to shoot two reporters live on T
What motivates people to commit public murders?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
We may never know what truly motivated a man to shoot two reporters live on TV, but trying to understand the complex motivation behind public murders may help us find ways to better prevent violence,... Read more
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Australian Policy Online
Taking us seriously: children and young people talk about safety and institutional responses to their safety concernsOn Friday 11 January 2013, the Governor-General appointed a six-member Royal Co
Taking us seriously: children and young people talk about safety and institutional responses to their safety concerns
Australian Policy Online / Posted 4 days ago
On Friday 11 January 2013, the Governor-General appointed a six-member Royal Commission to inquire into how institutions with a responsibility for children have managed and responded to allegations and instances of child sexual abuse. The Royal... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Biochemist’s Breaking Bad momentJason Mackenzie’s case has been likened to the TV show Breaking Bad. A BIOCHEM
Biochemist’s Breaking Bad moment
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Jason Mackenzie’s case has been likened to the TV show Breaking Bad. A BIOCHEMIST and university teacher who used his expertise to cook drugs at his Robina home lost his job after he was “publicly shamed”, a court has been told. Griffith University... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
You'll miss it when it's gone: Why public broadcasting is worth saving By Julianne Schultz from Griffith University Photo: Members of the public ta
You'll miss it when it's gone: Why public broadcasting is worth saving
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
By Julianne Schultz from Griffith University Photo: Members of the public take to the streets of Sydney to protest against cuts to the ABC and SBS. (ABC: Mandie Sami) In an age... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Home-based care for heart patients shows cost-effectiveA study from Griffith University shows that for heart patients, home-care is an
Home-based care for heart patients shows cost-effective
Bel Marra Health / Posted 6 days ago
A study from Griffith University shows that for heart patients, home-care is an effective cost-efficient form of treatment. Management of heart disease after leaving the hospital is important for long-term success and recovery. Heart disease is the... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Monis 'never seen at any Sydney mosques'An Islamic studies expert has told the Sydney siege inquest that none of the im
Monis 'never seen at any Sydney mosques'
Sky News Australia / Posted 6 days ago
An Islamic studies expert has told the Sydney siege inquest that none of the imams he had spoken to ever saw gunman Man Haron Monis at a mosque. On Monday, the inquest into the deadly December 2014 siege heard that many of the claims made by Monis... Read more
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Independent
Felicity Wishart: Tenacious environmental activist who helped lead the campaign to protect the Great Barrier ReefWorking at the Australian Conservation Foundation, the Queensland Conservation
Felicity Wishart: Tenacious environmental activist who helped lead the campaign to protect the Great Barrier Reef
Independent / Posted 6 days ago
Working at the Australian Conservation Foundation, the Queensland Conservation Council, which she headed, the Wilderness Society and latterly the Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS), she inspired many younger campaigners, especially women,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Extra help for rural and regional students to go beyond school For some country students, tertiary education is out of their reach while for
Extra help for rural and regional students to go beyond school
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
For some country students, tertiary education is out of their reach while for others it means living on nothing but noodles on an open-air balcony. One group is committed to reducing... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Scholarships 'go begging' for rural university studentsScholarships ægo beggingÆ for rural university students TERTIARY scholarships
Scholarships 'go begging' for rural university students
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
Scholarships ægo beggingÆ for rural university students TERTIARY scholarships for rural and regional students "go begging" because they do not know about them or do not have the confidence to apply, reports the Country Education Foundation... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Why other states should not laugh at our govtInvestigations into anonymous donations to the former LNP government, and the m
Why other states should not laugh at our govt
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 days ago
Investigations into anonymous donations to the former LNP government, and the mistake-prone performance of Police Minister Jo-Anne Miller have grabbed local headlines but in reality have been mirrored by similar events in every Australian... Read more
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The Courier Mail
We need to think differently about the futureThe ever-changing Brisbane skyline. Pic: Liam Kidston. FOUR years ago I was in
We need to think differently about the future
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
The ever-changing Brisbane skyline. Pic: Liam Kidston. FOUR years ago I was involved in the Big Australia debate. I was in one corner and Dick Smith was in the other. I’m sorry Dick but the race has been run and Big Australia has won. We continue to... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Student scholarships up for grabsTERTIARY scholarships for rural and regional students "go begging" because they
Student scholarships up for grabs
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
TERTIARY scholarships for rural and regional students "go begging" because they don't know about them or don't have the confidence to apply, reports the Country Education Foundation (CEF). TERTIARY scholarships for rural and regional students "go... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Rockhampton Cultural Festival to captivates crowds on SundayTHE Rockhampton Cultural Festival will feature entertainment literally from all
Rockhampton Cultural Festival to captivates crowds on Sunday
The Daily Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
THE Rockhampton Cultural Festival will feature entertainment literally from all over the globe. The event, on Sunday, August 30, at the Rockhampton Heritage Village will feature two performance stages of live music and dance. Featured artists for... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Rockhampton Cultural Festival to captivates crowds on SundayTHE Rockhampton Cultural Festival will feature entertainment literally from all
Rockhampton Cultural Festival to captivates crowds on Sunday
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 10 days ago
THE Rockhampton Cultural Festival will feature entertainment literally from all over the globe. The event, on Sunday, August 30, at the Rockhampton Heritage Village will feature two performance stages of live music and dance. Featured artists for... Read more
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News Mail
Rockhampton Cultural Festival to captivates crowds on SundayTHE Rockhampton Cultural Festival will feature entertainment literally from all
Rockhampton Cultural Festival to captivates crowds on Sunday
News Mail / Posted 10 days ago
THE Rockhampton Cultural Festival will feature entertainment literally from all over the globe. The event, on Sunday, August 30, at the Rockhampton Heritage Village will feature two performance stages of live music and dance. Featured artists for... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Gold Coast's most interesting buildings open to allSt Hilda's School opened in 1912. Photo: Supplied The Gold Coast has an unfair
Gold Coast's most interesting buildings open to all
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 days ago
St Hilda's School opened in 1912. Photo: Supplied The Gold Coast has an unfair reputation of ignoring its history and architecture, the man behind Gold Coast's inaugural Open House scheme believes. Greg Ewart, an architect at Gold Coast's Fluid... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Who will teach the kids?A, B, C, D, E ... stands for “exit”. That’s where too many Gen Y teachers are h
Who will teach the kids?
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 days ago
A, B, C, D, E ... stands for “exit”. That’s where too many Gen Y teachers are heading. TEACHING is about to undergo a “literal facelift” as a new breed of Generation Ys enters the field. That could mean a significant shortfall of teachers as... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Better quality teaching at regional unisQUEENSLAND’S regional universities are providing some of the best teaching qual
Better quality teaching at regional unis
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 days ago
QUEENSLAND’S regional universities are providing some of the best teaching quality, according to the latest university guide. Bond University and the University of the Sunshine Coast both scored the highest rating for teacher quality, according to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Light rail’s latest blow to tradersBusiness owners are concerned at news that G-Link stations will soon open kiosk
Light rail’s latest blow to traders
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Business owners are concerned at news that G-Link stations will soon open kiosks along the light rail network TRADERS who struggled to keep the doors open during the light rail construction have been “slapped in the face” by GoldLinQ as kiosks open... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Toowoomba mum behind world's first trial of radical drugA TOOWOOMBA mum's campaign has helped kick-start the world's first clinical tri
Toowoomba mum behind world's first trial of radical drug
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
A TOOWOOMBA mum's campaign has helped kick-start the world's first clinical trial of a promising stroke drug in Queensland. Nearly a year after Coralie Graham's son Joel Shepherd return from receiving ground-breaking treatment in the United States... Read more
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Queensland Times
Toowoomba mum behind world's first trial of radical drugA TOOWOOMBA mum's campaign has helped kick-start the world's first clinical tri
Toowoomba mum behind world's first trial of radical drug
Queensland Times / Posted 13 days ago
A TOOWOOMBA mum's campaign has helped kick-start the world's first clinical trial of a promising stroke drug in Queensland. Nearly a year after Coralie Graham's son Joel Shepherd return from receiving ground-breaking treatment in the United States... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Queensland gives world’s best a schoolingEnvironmental science PHD student Shelby Berg, 22 of Bracken Ridge. The subject
Queensland gives world’s best a schooling
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Environmental science PHD student Shelby Berg, 22 of Bracken Ridge. The subject at UQ is ranked 11th in the world. Picture: Liam Kidston QUEENSLAND universities have been ranked among the world’s best in subjects from environmental sciences to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
State’s latest world-class universityOn the 2015 Academic Ranking of World Universities, Melbourne University was th
State’s latest world-class university
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
On the 2015 Academic Ranking of World Universities, Melbourne University was the highest ranked in Australia, at No.44. Of the 40 universities in Australia, 20 made the list, including three in southeast Queensland. The rankings, released by the... Read more
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Queensland Times
Build our children’s futures together"EVERY child, every opportunity". That's the philosophy behind Logan Together,
Build our children’s futures together
Queensland Times / Posted 15 days ago
"EVERY child, every opportunity". That's the philosophy behind Logan Together, the exciting new initiative launched at Griffith University Logan Campus last week. Among all the fantastic programs going on in our community, Logan Together is one of... Read more
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Queensland Times
Coast professor warns carbon target ‘disgracefully’ lowTHE Abbott Government's carbon emission reduction targets are so "disgracefully
Coast professor warns carbon target ‘disgracefully’ low
Queensland Times / Posted 17 days ago
THE Abbott Government's carbon emission reduction targets are so "disgracefully inadequate" they have not just embarrassed Australia on the world stage, they run the risk of inciting trading partners to work against us, leading academic and... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Researchers see discrepancies in judiciary's handling of NSW domestic violence casesDomestic violence offenders are being treated far more leniently in the state's
Researchers see discrepancies in judiciary's handling of NSW domestic violence cases
Kiama Independent / Posted 18 days ago
Domestic violence offenders are being treated far more leniently in the state's justice system despite efforts to have the 'epidemic' taken more seriously, according to a landmark analysis of NSW court data. Domestic violence offenders are being... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Griffith research aims to combat tooth decay problems in Australian childrenTooth decay in children is a major problem across Australia, especially so in r
Griffith research aims to combat tooth decay problems in Australian children
News-Medical-Net / Posted 19 days ago
Tooth decay in children is a major problem across Australia, especially so in rural, remote and Indigenous communities. Children in the Northern Peninsula Area (NPA) have a particular problem partly because the plant to add fluoride to the water... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Queensland Government warned on Linc Energy contamination risk in 2006Linc Energy: Queensland Government received 2006 warning on dangers of burning
Queensland Government warned on Linc Energy contamination risk in 2006
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
Linc Energy: Queensland Government received 2006 warning on dangers of burning coal underground near Chinchilla The Queensland Government was warned nine years ago a controversial mine and gas plant near Chinchilla should be shut down immediately if... Read more
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News.com.au
Whale debate: Was it Migaloo or not? Migaloo or not? The white whale off the Gold Coast Seaway yesterday morning.
Whale debate: Was it Migaloo or not?
News.com.au / Posted 20 days ago
Migaloo or not? The white whale off the Gold Coast Seaway yesterday morning. Pic by Richard GoslingSource: News Corp Australia The famous white whale Migaloo has been spotted off Queensland's coast this... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Tired funding set-up stifles university research and blocks exciting innovationsAUSTRALIAN universities would be freed up to make more groundbreaking discoveri
Tired funding set-up stifles university research and blocks exciting innovations
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 days ago
AUSTRALIAN universities would be freed up to make more groundbreaking discoveries under a radical new funding plan, says the University of Queensland’s vice-chancellor. Professor Peter Hoj says the birthplaces of amazing discoveries such as Gardasil... Read more
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The North West Star
Old Yarranlea school still facing closureEducation Queensland insists the individual circumstances at the Old Yarranlea
Old Yarranlea school still facing closure
The North West Star / Posted 21 days ago
Education Queensland insists the individual circumstances at the Old Yarranlea School on Griffith University campus will be taken into account by consultants. Education Queensland insists the individual circumstances at the Old Yarranlea School on... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Could straws, water and serving size changes be better than lockouts?Griffith University PhD candidate Nuray Buyucek says a few simple changes could
Could straws, water and serving size changes be better than lockouts?
Brisbane Times / Posted 21 days ago
Griffith University PhD candidate Nuray Buyucek says a few simple changes could be more effective than changes to lockout laws. Photo: Supplied The state government is being urged to reconsider plans for 1am lockouts and 3am closing times in light... Read more
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News Mail
Choirs impress experienced judge at Gympie EisteddfodVOCAL teacher, opera singer, events manager, musical director and eisteddfod ad
Choirs impress experienced judge at Gympie Eisteddfod
News Mail / Posted 24 days ago
VOCAL teacher, opera singer, events manager, musical director and eisteddfod adjudicator are just some of the roles Sarah Sullivan can put to her name. At the Gympie Eisteddfod yesterday, choral contestants were the first to meet her, braving a... Read more
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Perth Now
Plane seat cushion found in MH370 searchRobyn Ironside and Sarah Blake, wires on Reunion IslandNews Corp Australia Netw
Plane seat cushion found in MH370 search
Perth Now / Posted 24 days ago
Robyn Ironside and Sarah Blake, wires on Reunion IslandNews Corp Australia Network Robyn Ironside and Sarah Blake, wires on Reunion IslandNews Corp Australia Network MALAYSIA has said paint and maintenance-record matches proved a wing part found on... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Families the losers again as countries disagree on MH370 debrisMALAYSIA has said paint and maintenance-record matches proved a wing part found
Families the losers again as countries disagree on MH370 debris
The Courier Mail / Posted 24 days ago
MALAYSIA has said paint and maintenance-record matches proved a wing part found on Reunion Island was from MH370. The country’s transport minister Liow Tiong Lai also said investigators on the French-run Indian Ocean island had collected more... Read more
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Herald Sun
Families the losers again as countries disagree on MH370 debrisMALAYSIA has said paint and maintenance-record matches proved a wing part found
Families the losers again as countries disagree on MH370 debris
Herald Sun / Posted 24 days ago
MALAYSIA has said paint and maintenance-record matches proved a wing part found on Reunion Island was from MH370. The country’s transport minister Liow Tiong Lai also said investigators on the French-run Indian Ocean island had collected more... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Families the losers again as countries disagree on MH370 debrisExperts say recovered MH370 debris is consistent the area being searched in the
Families the losers again as countries disagree on MH370 debris
Daily Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
Experts say recovered MH370 debris is consistent the area being searched in the southern Indian Ocean. Grief ... Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak breaks down before announcing confirmation of the debris. Source: AFP MALAYSIA has said paint and... Read more
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News Mail
POMONA NEWS: Multiple earthquakes unnerve residentsTHE Pomona area thought it had had experienced most of nature's fury with flood
POMONA NEWS: Multiple earthquakes unnerve residents
News Mail / Posted 24 days ago
THE Pomona area thought it had had experienced most of nature's fury with flooding, tornados and the aftermath of cyclones, but last week multiple earthquakes struck. For those totally unaccustomed to such an event, it took time to work out what was... Read more
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Herald Sun
Families the losers again as countries disagree on MH370 debrisMORE plane debris has been collected, including a window and some aluminium foi
Families the losers again as countries disagree on MH370 debris
Herald Sun / Posted 24 days ago
MORE plane debris has been collected, including a window and some aluminium foil, Malaysia’s Transport Minister has announced. But Liow Tiong Lai says he cannot confirm they belong to Flight MH370, which went missing on March 8, 2014, with 239... Read more
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News.com.au
Families the losers again as countries disagree on MH370 debrisTravel Updates MH370: confusion over confirmation of plane debris Experts say
Families the losers again as countries disagree on MH370 debris
News.com.au / Posted 24 days ago
Travel Updates MH370: confusion over confirmation of plane debris Experts say recovered MH370 debris is consistent the area being searched in the southern Indian Ocean. Grief ... Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak breaks down before announcing... Read more
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Perth Now
More plane debris found in MH370 searchRobyn Ironside and Sarah Blake, wires on Reunion IslandNews Corp Australia Netw
More plane debris found in MH370 search
Perth Now / Posted 24 days ago
Robyn Ironside and Sarah Blake, wires on Reunion IslandNews Corp Australia Network Robyn Ironside and Sarah Blake, wires on Reunion IslandNews Corp Australia Network MORE plane debris has been collected, including a window and some aluminium foil,... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Families the losers again as countries disagree on MH370 debrisMORE plane debris has been collected, including a window and some aluminium foi
Families the losers again as countries disagree on MH370 debris
Adelaide Now / Posted 24 days ago
MORE plane debris has been collected, including a window and some aluminium foil, Malaysia’s Transport Minister has announced. But Liow Tiong Lai says he cannot confirm they belong to Flight MH370, which went missing on March 8, 2014, with 239... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Families the losers again as countries disagree on MH370 debrisMORE plane debris has been collected, including a window and some aluminium foi
Families the losers again as countries disagree on MH370 debris
The Courier Mail / Posted 24 days ago
MORE plane debris has been collected, including a window and some aluminium foil, Malaysia’s Transport Minister has announced. But Liow Tiong Lai says he cannot confirm they belong to Flight MH370, which went missing on March 8, 2014, with 239... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Logan community unites in Australia-first project to help next generation The community in the city of Logan, south of Brisbane, is uniting in an Austr
Logan community unites in Australia-first project to help next generation
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 24 days ago
The community in the city of Logan, south of Brisbane, is uniting in an Australia-first approach to helping the next generation of children overcome a difficult start. Logan... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Fallen powerlines in Surfers Paradise trap passengers and suspend tram servicesUPDATE: FIRE crews have evacuated at least 30 passengers who were trapped insid
Fallen powerlines in Surfers Paradise trap passengers and suspend tram services
The Courier Mail / Posted 24 days ago
UPDATE: FIRE crews have evacuated at least 30 passengers who were trapped inside a tram with fallen powerlines across it this morning. The commuters were trapped inside the light rail car for just under an hour before they could be safely... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Adani: New blow to Australia's biggest coal projectAM - 06/08/2015 Broadcasting live now! AM is Australia's most informative mo
Adani: New blow to Australia's biggest coal project
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 25 days ago
AM - 06/08/2015 Broadcasting live now! AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program. AM sets the agenda for the nation's daily news and current affairs coverage. Search... Read more
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Weekly Times
Australian lawmakers have met in secret for years to crack down on gunsFEDERAL and State Governments have been caught misrepresenting proposed changes
Australian lawmakers have met in secret for years to crack down on guns
Weekly Times / Posted 25 days ago
FEDERAL and State Governments have been caught misrepresenting proposed changes to gun laws. It can be revealed firearms regulators have been working for many years to tighten Australia’s strict gun ownership laws. This is despite Federal... Read more
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Daily Mail
Is the 'plane window' thought to be from MH370 just a sewing machine?Is the 'plane window' thought to be from MH370 actually a sewing machine? Polic
Is the 'plane window' thought to be from MH370 just a sewing machine?
Daily Mail / Posted 25 days ago
Is the 'plane window' thought to be from MH370 actually a sewing machine? Police on Reunion Island are not convinced the white object is part of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane Plastic object discovered by French tourist on Reunion Island on... Read more
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