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Northern Star
Pauline Hanson: "I don't hate Asians, Muslims"a job to do, I have a job to do. I'm not a vindictive person. I'm there to do w
Pauline Hanson: "I don't hate Asians, Muslims"
Northern Star / Posted 6 minutes ago
a job to do, I have a job to do. I'm not a vindictive person. I'm there to do work for the people." "What I would say to the Australian people is that I will always try to be upfront, honest and accountable to them. "People need hope. And if... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Pauline Hanson: "I don't hate Asians, Muslims"a job to do, I have a job to do. I'm not a vindictive person. I'm there to do w
Pauline Hanson: "I don't hate Asians, Muslims"
The Daily Mercury / Posted 8 minutes ago
a job to do, I have a job to do. I'm not a vindictive person. I'm there to do work for the people." "What I would say to the Australian people is that I will always try to be upfront, honest and accountable to them. "People need hope. And if... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Kordia profit up 33% despite lower revenueprofit 33 percent to $12.3 million in the year to June 30, thanks in part to a
Kordia profit up 33% despite lower revenue
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 13 minutes ago
profit 33 percent to $12.3 million in the year to June 30, thanks in part to a focus on completing profitable projects in the Australian market. Revenue for the year fell 3% to $240.7 million, with a reduction in total Australian revenues of 8%... Read more
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FOX News
For US Open's new roof, a question of changing conditionsin New York. The U.S. Open's Arthur Ashe Stadium is now covered by a retractab
For US Open's new roof, a question of changing conditions
FOX News / Posted 14 minutes ago
in New York. The U.S. Open's Arthur Ashe Stadium is now covered by a retractable roof. And based on his experiences at the Australian Open and Wimbledon, which already have one, the 12-time major champ expects more humid conditions once the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Debates rage on both sides as parliamentarians return to Canberraas part of an omnibus bill, of $6.5 billion worth of savings. The cuts include
Debates rage on both sides as parliamentarians return to Canberra
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 minutes ago
as part of an omnibus bill, of $6.5 billion worth of savings. The cuts include a saving of $1.3 billion from abolishing the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), a grant funding body established by Labor when it was in government. During... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The 'naively noble' man who could not get his voice heardMunro allegedly told David. When the Project Orange investigation was complete
The 'naively noble' man who could not get his voice heard
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 minutes ago
Munro allegedly told David. When the Project Orange investigation was completed, it suggested Leighton may need to inform the Australian Stock Exchange of a foreign bribery matter. Munro had breached the company's code of ethics and internal... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Pauline Hanson: I don't hate all Muslimsa job to do, I have a job to do. I'm not a vindictive person. I'm there to do w
Pauline Hanson: I don't hate all Muslims
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 19 minutes ago
a job to do, I have a job to do. I'm not a vindictive person. I'm there to do work for the people." "What I would say to the Australian people is that I will always try to be upfront, honest and accountable to them. "People need hope. And if... Read more
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Daily Liberal
DAILY BUZZ | Eighty-old asks thief to return walking framefields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she spea
DAILY BUZZ | Eighty-old asks thief to return walking frame
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 minutes ago
fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she speaks at the national launch of Legacy Week at the Australian War Memorial on Monday. The 24-year-old Canberra Institute of Technology student from Coombs lost her father,... Read more
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The Age
The 'naively noble' man who could not get his voice heardMunro allegedly told David. When the Project Orange investigation was complete
The 'naively noble' man who could not get his voice heard
The Age / Posted 22 minutes ago
Munro allegedly told David. When the Project Orange investigation was completed, it suggested Leighton may need to inform the Australian Stock Exchange of a foreign bribery matter. Munro had breached the company's code of ethics and internal... Read more
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The Border Mail
Monday, August 29, 2016fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she spea
Monday, August 29, 2016
The Border Mail / Posted 22 minutes ago
fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she speaks at the national launch of Legacy Week at the Australian War Memorial on Monday. The 24-year-old Canberra Institute of Technology student from Coombs lost her father,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The 'naively noble' man who could not get his voice heardMunro allegedly told David. When the Project Orange investigation was complete
The 'naively noble' man who could not get his voice heard
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 minutes ago
Munro allegedly told David. When the Project Orange investigation was completed, it suggested Leighton may need to inform the Australian Stock Exchange of a foreign bribery matter. Munro had breached the company's code of ethics and internal... Read more
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Queensland Times
Pauline Hanson: I don't hate all Muslimsa job to do, I have a job to do. I'm not a vindictive person. I'm there to do w
Pauline Hanson: I don't hate all Muslims
Queensland Times / Posted 24 minutes ago
a job to do, I have a job to do. I'm not a vindictive person. I'm there to do work for the people." "What I would say to the Australian people is that I will always try to be upfront, honest and accountable to them. "People need hope. And if... Read more
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News.com.au
Govt has 25-bill plan for parliamentwill ask coalition backbenchers to urgently consider 25 pieces of legislation a
Govt has 25-bill plan for parliament
News.com.au / Posted 24 minutes ago
will ask coalition backbenchers to urgently consider 25 pieces of legislation at a party room meeting on Monday, The Australian reports. The rush is so all the bills can be put to parliament on Wednesday and Thursday, in the hope they... Read more
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Brandon Sun
For US Open's new roof, a question of changing conditionsin New York. The U.S. Open's Arthur Ashe Stadium is now covered by a retractab
For US Open's new roof, a question of changing conditions
Brandon Sun / Posted 26 minutes ago
in New York. The U.S. Open's Arthur Ashe Stadium is now covered by a retractable roof. And based on his experiences at the Australian Open and Wimbledon, which already have one, the 12-time major champ expects more humid conditions once the... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Pauline Hanson: I don't hate all Muslimsa job to do, I have a job to do. I'm not a vindictive person. I'm there to do w
Pauline Hanson: I don't hate all Muslims
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 29 minutes ago
a job to do, I have a job to do. I'm not a vindictive person. I'm there to do work for the people." "What I would say to the Australian people is that I will always try to be upfront, honest and accountable to them. "People need hope. And if... Read more
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The Courier
Xenophon keeps plebiscite hopes aliveChristian Lobby forum, and that his shifting position was "elitist hypocrisy at
Xenophon keeps plebiscite hopes alive
The Courier / Posted 30 minutes ago
Christian Lobby forum, and that his shifting position was "elitist hypocrisy at its worst". "Now Labor doesn't trust the Australian people to vote on same-sex marriage, presumably because they don't tolerate the view of many Australians who... Read more
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The Courier
Monday, August 29, 2016fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she spea
Monday, August 29, 2016
The Courier / Posted 30 minutes ago
fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she speaks at the national launch of Legacy Week at the Australian War Memorial on Monday. The 24-year-old Canberra Institute of Technology student from Coombs lost her father,... Read more
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News Mail
Pauline Hanson: I don't hate all Muslimsa job to do, I have a job to do. I'm not a vindictive person. I'm there to do w
Pauline Hanson: I don't hate all Muslims
News Mail / Posted 31 minutes ago
a job to do, I have a job to do. I'm not a vindictive person. I'm there to do work for the people." "What I would say to the Australian people is that I will always try to be upfront, honest and accountable to them. "People need hope. And if... Read more
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TheBull
$A falls as Fed rate talk lifts US dollarThe Australian dollar has lost ground against the greenback after the US centra
$A falls as Fed rate talk lifts US dollar
TheBull / Posted 32 minutes ago
The Australian dollar has lost ground against the greenback after the US central bank left the door open for an interest rate hike as early as September. At 0700 AEST on Monday, the local unit was trading at 75.63 US cents, down from 76.33 cents on... Read more
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TheBull
Australian market set to open flatThe Australian market looks set to open flat after Wall Street closed modestly
Australian market set to open flat
TheBull / Posted 32 minutes ago
The Australian market looks set to open flat after Wall Street closed modestly lower following a volatile session. At 0645 AEST on Monday, the share price index was down four points at 5,482. In the US, the S&P 500 rose after Fed Chair Janet Yellen... Read more
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SportsFan
Duckworth to make up for lost timeand ranking following a season of frustration and misfortune. As if tearing a
Duckworth to make up for lost time
SportsFan / Posted 39 minutes ago
and ranking following a season of frustration and misfortune. As if tearing a flexor tendon in his right elbow after the Australian Open wasn't bad enough, the luckless Sydneysider then broke his left wrist doing sprints. The twin blows... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Konta hopes Olympics can aid US Open tiltslam match in her career, but she has shot to fame since, rising to 14th in the
Konta hopes Olympics can aid US Open tilt
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 42 minutes ago
slam match in her career, but she has shot to fame since, rising to 14th in the world and reaching a major semifinal at the Australian Open in January. Konta, however, has kept her feet firmly planted on the ground and at the Olympics in Rio... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Monday, August 29, 2016fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she spea
Monday, August 29, 2016
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 47 minutes ago
fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she speaks at the national launch of Legacy Week at the Australian War Memorial on Monday. The 24-year-old Canberra Institute of Technology student from Coombs lost her father,... Read more
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The Young Witness
DAILY BUZZ | Eighty-old asks thief to return walking framefields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she spea
DAILY BUZZ | Eighty-old asks thief to return walking frame
The Young Witness / Posted 49 minutes ago
fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she speaks at the national launch of Legacy Week at the Australian War Memorial on Monday. The 24-year-old Canberra Institute of Technology student from Coombs lost her father,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
It's a crime spree as Emma Viskic snaffles four writing awardswon three "Davitts" at the Sisters in Crime's awards on Saturday, but followed
It's a crime spree as Emma Viskic snaffles four writing awards
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 53 minutes ago
won three "Davitts" at the Sisters in Crime's awards on Saturday, but followed that up with a "Ned Kelly" on Sunday from the Australian Crime Writers Association. Viskic won the Davitt (named after Ellen Davitt, writer of Australia's first... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Murray will NEVER match Djokovic, Federer and Nadal says top US tennis punditof the trio of superstars who have dominated tennis for more than a decade. Mu
Murray will NEVER match Djokovic, Federer and Nadal says top US tennis pundit
Daily Mirror / Posted 54 minutes ago
of the trio of superstars who have dominated tennis for more than a decade. Murray has lost to Djokovic in the finals of the Australian and French (above) Opens this year Four-times US Open champion John said: “Novak is the most obvious obstacle... Read more
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Western Advocate
DAILY BUZZ | Eighty-old asks thief to return walking framefields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she spea
DAILY BUZZ | Eighty-old asks thief to return walking frame
Western Advocate / Posted 58 minutes ago
fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she speaks at the national launch of Legacy Week at the Australian War Memorial on Monday. The 24-year-old Canberra Institute of Technology student from Coombs lost her father,... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Monday, August 29, 2016fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she spea
Monday, August 29, 2016
Kiama Independent / Posted an hour ago
fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she speaks at the national launch of Legacy Week at the Australian War Memorial on Monday. The 24-year-old Canberra Institute of Technology student from Coombs lost her father,... Read more
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Manning River Times
Rise and Shine | Monday, August 29, 2016fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she spea
Rise and Shine | Monday, August 29, 2016
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she speaks at the national launch of Legacy Week at the Australian War Memorial on Monday. The 24-year-old Canberra Institute of Technology student from Coombs lost her father,... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Monday, August 29, 2016fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she spea
Monday, August 29, 2016
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted an hour ago
fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she speaks at the national launch of Legacy Week at the Australian War Memorial on Monday. The 24-year-old Canberra Institute of Technology student from Coombs lost her father,... Read more
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Variety
FYF Fest Day One: Lady Gaga Joins Tame Impala on Stage; Kendrick Lamar Headlinesmore-or-less content. As the first headliner, Tame Impala was one of the most
FYF Fest Day One: Lady Gaga Joins Tame Impala on Stage; Kendrick Lamar Headlines
Variety / Posted an hour ago
more-or-less content. As the first headliner, Tame Impala was one of the most well-received sets from the audience. The Australian band, known for their psychedelic rock genre, finished their set with a surprise appearance from Lady Gaga at... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Rosberg eases to victory over Ricciardo in chaotic Belgian GPKimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel, collided at the first corner. That elevat
Rosberg eases to victory over Ricciardo in chaotic Belgian GP
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel, collided at the first corner. That elevated Ricciardo, starting fifth, to second and the Australian kept that place until the end, crossing the line 14.1 seconds behind the triumphant Rosberg. The race was... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Divisions on both sides as parliamentarians return to Canberraas part of an omnibus bill, of $6.5 billion worth of savings. The cuts include
Divisions on both sides as parliamentarians return to Canberra
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
as part of an omnibus bill, of $6.5 billion worth of savings. The cuts include a saving of $1.3 billion from abolishing the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), a grant funding body established by Labor when it was in government. During... Read more
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The Border Mail
Xenophon keeps plebiscite hopes aliveChristian Lobby forum, and that his shifting position was "elitist hypocrisy at
Xenophon keeps plebiscite hopes alive
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
Christian Lobby forum, and that his shifting position was "elitist hypocrisy at its worst". "Now Labor doesn't trust the Australian people to vote on same-sex marriage, presumably because they don't tolerate the view of many Australians who... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Monday, August 29, 2016fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she spea
Monday, August 29, 2016
Illawarra Mercury / Posted an hour ago
fields but that's the journey that will be on Merrin Boyer's mind when she speaks at the national launch of Legacy Week at the Australian War Memorial on Monday. The 24-year-old Canberra Institute of Technology student from Coombs lost her father,... Read more
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News.com.au
Army could fight terrorists on home soilhostage situations on home soil. The proposal is part of a Defence department
Army could fight terrorists on home soil
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
hostage situations on home soil. The proposal is part of a Defence department secret review of military call out powers, The Australian reports. It comes two years after the 17 hour deadly Lindt Cafe siege in Sydney, which ended with the deaths... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Labor may block marriage plebisciteargument'. 'The Labor Party must want to delay same-sex marriage for a very lo
Labor may block marriage plebiscite
Sky News Australia / Posted an hour ago
argument'. 'The Labor Party must want to delay same-sex marriage for a very long time, if they are briefing that.' The Australian Christian Lobby says it's disappointing that those advocating to allow same-sex marriage don't seem to trust... Read more
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SportsFan
Duckworth out to to make up for lost timeand ranking following a season of frustration and misfortune. As if tearing a
Duckworth out to to make up for lost time
SportsFan / Posted an hour ago
and ranking following a season of frustration and misfortune. As if tearing a flexor tendon in his right elbow after the Australian Open wasn't bad enough, the luckless Sydneysider then broke his left wrist doing sprints. The twin blows... Read more
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SportsFan
Williams ready for more US Open historyheld by Graf. But depending on what happens in the tournament, Williams could
Williams ready for more US Open history
SportsFan / Posted an hour ago
held by Graf. But depending on what happens in the tournament, Williams could be overtaken in the rankings by No.2 Angelique Kerber, who beat the American in the Australian Open final in January, No.3 Garbine Muguruza, or No.4 Agnieszka Radw... Read more
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SportsFan
LaCaze sets Aus steeplechase recordde Janeiro 2016 News Genevieve LaCaze has carried her stellar Olympic form int
LaCaze sets Aus steeplechase record
SportsFan / Posted an hour ago
de Janeiro 2016 News Genevieve LaCaze has carried her stellar Olympic form into the Paris Diamond League meet, smashing the Australian record in the fastest women's 3000m steeplechase of all-time. Kenyan-born Olympic champion Ruth Jebet from... Read more
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Orange County Register
Kendrick Lamar, Tame Impala and Air among the highlights on first day of FYF Festperformances unfolded on the five stages that FYF placed around the Los Angeles
Kendrick Lamar, Tame Impala and Air among the highlights on first day of FYF Fest
Orange County Register / Posted an hour ago
performances unfolded on the five stages that FYF placed around the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Exposition Park. The Australian psychedelic rock act Tame Impala had perhaps the second biggest draw of the day and night. Songs such as “Let... Read more
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Northern Star
Why this woman is doing the 22 push-up challengeon the line fighting for our country but when they come home, some are dealing
Why this woman is doing the 22 push-up challenge
Northern Star / Posted 2 hours ago
on the line fighting for our country but when they come home, some are dealing with life-changing problems. According to the Australian Defence Force, about 65% of veterans report at least one traumatic event in their lives and some develop Post... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Why off-shore detention policy could cost us billionsA SUBMISSION filed in the International Criminal Court alleging crimes against
Why off-shore detention policy could cost us billions
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 hours ago
A SUBMISSION filed in the International Criminal Court alleging crimes against humanity by the Australian Government in its treatment of asylum seekers could potentially cost the country billions of dollars in compensation, the Buddies refugee... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Why this woman is doing the 22 push-up challengeon the line fighting for our country but when they come home, some are dealing
Why this woman is doing the 22 push-up challenge
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 hours ago
on the line fighting for our country but when they come home, some are dealing with life-changing problems. According to the Australian Defence Force, about 65% of veterans report at least one traumatic event in their lives and some develop Post... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Security agencies reveal 11,000 cyber security incidents last yearnation's top spy agencies are warning that the number of cyber security threats
Security agencies reveal 11,000 cyber security incidents last year
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
nation's top spy agencies are warning that the number of cyber security threats facing Australia is increasing by the day. The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) partners with agencies including ASIO and the Federal Police. In its first... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Hackers have infiltrated everything from dams to nuclear facilitiesnotorious cases. Newsat was once Australia's biggest satellite company, with s
Hackers have infiltrated everything from dams to nuclear facilities
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
notorious cases. Newsat was once Australia's biggest satellite company, with systems carrying sensitive communications for the Australian Defence Force and mining companies. In a 2013 meeting called by the Australian Signals Directorate, former IT... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Chinese hackers behind Defence, Austrade security breachesAustralian governments and companies. The Prime Minister's cyber security advi
Chinese hackers behind Defence, Austrade security breaches
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
Australian governments and companies. The Prime Minister's cyber security adviser, Alastair MacGibbon, told the program the Australian Government was "attacked on a daily basis". "We don't talk about all the breaches that occur," he... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Who looks after the traffic lights in Canberra?front-line drivers eyed each other cautiously," an article from The Canberra Ti
Who looks after the traffic lights in Canberra?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
front-line drivers eyed each other cautiously," an article from The Canberra Times said. Nicholas Brown, a historian from the Australian National University (ANU), said the first sets of traffic lights on Northbourne Avenue had a controversial... Read more
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Brisbane Times
George Bailey guides Australia to victory over Sri Lankashowing in the field resulted in Sri Lanka being bowled out for 226 off 49.2 ov
George Bailey guides Australia to victory over Sri Lanka
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 hours ago
showing in the field resulted in Sri Lanka being bowled out for 226 off 49.2 overs. George Bailey provided the backbone of the Australian innings with a solid 70. Photo: Eranga Jayawardena Warner's poor form with the bat continued when he was... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Why off-shore detention policy could cost us billionsA SUBMISSION filed in the International Criminal Court alleging crimes against
Why off-shore detention policy could cost us billions
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 hours ago
A SUBMISSION filed in the International Criminal Court alleging crimes against humanity by the Australian Government in its treatment of asylum seekers could potentially cost the country billions of dollars in compensation, the Buddies refugee... Read more
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