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2014/09/21 08:19
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Planning for new transport projects in Victoria has become hopelessly politicised, the architect of the Napthine government’s Rowville rail study and one of the state’s most experienced infrastructure...
2014/09/21 08:19
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2014/09/20 14:30
2014/09/20 14:30
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THE wife of a jailed terrorist mastermind provided spiritual guidance to his devotee’s partners while their men were locked up. Self-styled Islamic cleric Abdul Nacer Benbrika is still serving a...
Read more at Herald Sun, Adelaide Now
2014/09/20 11:31
2014/09/20 11:31
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When galaxies grow too massive to continue making their own stars, they begin cannibalizing other nearby galaxies, experts from the University of Western Australia and an international team of...
2014/09/20 04:18
2014/09/20 04:18
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Neuropsychologist Kate Hoy says it's not good enough to be excellent any more when it comes to competing for science funding. Photo: Wayne Taylor It's not the voices or the paranoia that makes...
2014/09/20 02:34
2014/09/20 02:34
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IN the dark netherworld where terrorists and their acolytes dwell, Mohammad Ali Baryalei is regarded as a ringmaster. From Afghan aristocracy to preaching on the streets of Sydney, Baryalei, at just...
2014/09/19 22:18
2014/09/19 22:18
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Jailed terror cell leader Abdul Nacer Benbrika. EXCLUSIVE ASIO has seized the passports of several of the Melbourne relatives and associates of jailed terror cell leader Abdul Nacer Benbrika as it...
2014/09/19 21:17
2014/09/19 21:17
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Ali Baryalei, an Afghani aristocrat who became the Islamic State’s top recruiter of evil IN the dark netherworld where terrorists and their acolytes dwell, Mohammad Ali Baryalei is regarded as a...
2014/09/19 09:15
2014/09/19 09:15
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COMMENT: It's the sheer randomness of it that makes it so terrifying. The idea that the victim would be utterly generic: not a politician or a soldier, but a random person. "ISIL is not simply a...
2014/09/19 02:46
2014/09/19 02:46
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Apple's Car Play is set to arrive in Australia in 2015. Connectivity in cars is an automotive minefield that straddles what consumers want from their car and, what some experts believe, they...
2014/09/18 18:12
2014/09/18 18:12
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Souri boarded a boat in Indonesia with six of her family members in August last year. Last week she jumped from the second floor of Darwin detention center. Souri,* a 15-year-old Iranian teenager...
2014/09/18 11:18
2014/09/18 11:18
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One in three young drivers take ‘selfies’ study shows, worrying safety experts Worrying...A study has found one in three young drivers take “selfies” while driving. Picture: Supplied.Source:...
2014/09/18 07:17
2014/09/18 07:17
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Australia’s jihadist scene has been very small and terror experts are trying to connect the dots to most recent alleged plot AS DISTURBING allegations about the latest terror plot in Australia...
2014/09/18 03:40
2014/09/18 03:40
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What happens when your over-achieving school captain writes a hit song and takes over the world? When he’s as nice as Vance Joy, he just have to sit back in admiration, writes CHRISTOPHER...
2014/09/17 22:27
2014/09/17 22:27
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Anti-terror police make arrests in large-scale raids in Sydney and Brisbane One of the largest anti-terrorism operations ever conducted in Australia is underway in Sydney and Brisbane. Hundreds of...
2014/09/17 12:29
2014/09/17 12:29
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ALMOST seven out of 10 nurses who responded to a Victorian survey say they have faced aggression or violence at work in the past year. The Monash University survey of 4900 nurses, midwives and...
2014/09/17 08:19
2014/09/17 08:19
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Surgeons across Australia are urging a change to the nation's drinking culture, saying they are tired of patching up people hurt as a result of drunken violence. Surgeons across Australia are urging...
2014/09/17 07:12
2014/09/17 07:12
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The number of serious injuries caused by road accidents in Victoria has not budged for a decade despite the road toll falling 26 per cent with road safety authorities admitting they are struggling to...
2014/09/17 06:29
2014/09/17 06:29
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AFL players and professional athletes should be allowed to use performance enhancing drugs to reach their full potential, a leading medical ethics academic has advised. Oxford University Prof Julian...
Read more at Herald Sun, Perth Now
2014/09/17 03:29
2014/09/17 03:29
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THEY live in your wallet they look you in the face every day, but you probably have no idea who they are. If asked to sit a test to name the identities of the ‘famous’ people that are printed on our...
2014/09/16 23:50
2014/09/16 23:50
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ABS worker Christopher Hill. Photo: Joe Armao A former NAB banker and an Australian Bureau of Statistics worker have pleaded guilty to conspiring in one of the biggest insider trading cases in...
2014/09/21 08:19
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