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2015/03/05 06:05
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A man has found what is believed to be a severed human penis on the NSW Central Coast, but police say it has to be forensically examined to determine exactly what it is. Just after 11am on Thursday a...
2015/03/05 06:05
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2015/03/05 03:17
2015/03/05 03:17
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A MAN has found what is believed to be a severed human penis on the NSW Central Coast, but police say it has to be forensically examined to determine exactly what it is. JUST after 11am on Thursday a...
2015/03/04 00:20
2015/03/04 00:20
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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING AS THE BALI NINE RINGLEADERS ARE MOVED FOR EXECUTION: "WE abhor drug crime but we abhor the death penalty as well, which we think is beneath a country such as Indonesia. We...
2015/03/03 12:44
2015/03/03 12:44
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Julia Gillard has been told to do more to counter Tony Abbott's famously effective "stop the boats" slogan and expose it as undeliverable by an increasingly exasperated Labor caucus. Julia Gillard...
2015/03/02 18:24
2015/03/02 18:24
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Three members of the same family, reportedly including a child, have been left dead after a shooting near Toowoomba in Queensland. Police found the trio after being called to a small house in...
2015/02/27 01:24
2015/02/27 01:24
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Vettori embraces underdog tag New Zealand are favourites to beat Australia in their highly anticipated World Cup clash at Eden Park on Saturday but won't like the idea, former Australia captain Steve...
2015/02/26 21:46
2015/02/26 21:46
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Prime Media chairman John Hartigan. Photo: Photo: Louise Kennerley Seven Network's regional affiliate, Prime Media, has defied a weak television advertising market to post a surge in half-year net...
2015/02/26 04:05
2015/02/26 04:05
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Keepers at a NSW zoo have switched places with their animal charges in a quirky social media campaign. Staff at Symbio Wildlife Park, near Wollongong, recreated the daily lives of of monkeys, koalas,...
2015/02/25 21:05
2015/02/25 21:05
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Four people are suffering food poisoning after eating tuna imported from Thailand and sold at a Sydney CBD cafe. Health authorities have been called in to investigate the source of the suspected...
2015/02/25 13:44
2015/02/25 13:44
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Lobbyists should be forced to reveal their private discussions with ministers and senior public servants under a radical plan proposed to counter the influence of powerful vested interests Lobbyists...
2015/02/24 21:17
2015/02/24 21:17
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Modern-day sledging is utterly charmless, simply not funny or clever any more, and is just verbal assault. David Warner (left) sparked an angry confrontation after telling Rohit Sharma to speak...
2015/02/21 13:55
2015/02/21 13:55
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The first inquiry into the deadly Lindt Cafe siege will be released on Sunday, with its findings to shape Prime Minister Tony Abbott's address on national security this week. The first inquiry into...
2015/02/21 10:19
2015/02/21 10:19
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The screens went dark a week before Christmas. The screens went dark a week before Christmas. That seemingly unending supply of footage — invaluable vision of horse flesh thundering down tracks...
2015/02/21 01:55
2015/02/21 01:55
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Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has denied a report that Prime Minister Tony Abbott wanted to unilaterally send thousands of Australian ground troops to Iraq without any international...
2015/02/19 20:09
2015/02/19 20:09
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I'm glad the Premier has met with racing heads and is working with them. Hopefully they are working on a better regulatory system to stop animal cruelty and making sure none of our taxes are going to...
2015/02/17 05:39
2015/02/17 05:39
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Australia at growing risk of cyber terrorism Australia remains susceptible to the threat of cyber terrorist attacks, according to the head of the country's first ever Cyber Security Centre. In an...
2015/02/17 05:34
2015/02/17 05:34
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From the previous thread: zoomster @ 2918 and 2921: As I suggested in my response to Diogenes, you would have to confess that there was a bit of a “monkeys typing Shakespeare” element to the PB...
2015/02/17 01:48
2015/02/17 01:48
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The Communications, Electrical and Plumbing Union (CEPU) has called out Telstra's copper network, saying that this year's bad weather has left 20,000 lines out of service in NSW alone. 2015 hasn't...
2015/02/16 08:19
2015/02/16 08:19
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News Ltd blogger Andrew Bolt has made several inaccurate statements regarding the CBD columns written by Ben Butler and published in BusinessDay. News Ltd blogger Andrew Bolt has made several...
2015/02/16 00:28
2015/02/16 00:28
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Every Day a Different Journey Campaign Promotes South IslandMonday, 16 February 2015, 12:50 pmPress Release: Christchurch Airport Every Day a Different Journey” Campaign Promotes New Zealand’s South...
2015/03/05 06:05
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