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by Monday June 17 An unknown virus is causing one of the country’s most unique animals to go blind. Lumholtz’s tree kangaroos are only found in a small pocket of rainforest in far north Queensland, with most Australians not even knowing they […]

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by Friday, June 14 The Australian man charged over the Christchurch mosque killings, Brenton Tarrant, has pleaded not guilty to 51 charges of murder. During his hearing at the High Court in Christchurch, Mr Tarrant pleaded not guilty via his lawyer to […]

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by THURSDAY, June 13. The mother of five children killed by their father has stunned a US courtroom by asking the jury to spare her ex-husband’s life, according to news reports. “He did not show my children any mercy by any means, […]

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by Wednesday June 12 US President Donald Trump says he has received a warm letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, calling the correspondence “beautiful”. “I think that something will happen that’s going to be very positive,” he told reporters at the […]

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by MONDAY June 10 Australian sports star Erin Phillips said she fled in “complete fear” after being only metres away from a suspected shooter during an LGBT pride parade in Washington DC. Thousands were taking part in the parade when a man […]

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by Friday, June 7 More than 1 million people every day worldwide catch a sexually transmitted infection, with rates of chlamydia, gonorrhoea, trichomoniasis and syphilis the most worrying according to the World Health Organisation. The vast majority of the infections are easily […]

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by THURSDAY, JUNE 6 Australian Federal Police officers spent more than eight hours raiding the ABC’s Sydney headquarters yesterday, leaving with two USB sticks holding an unknown number of electronic files just after 8:00pm. The raids were over a series of stories in […]

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by WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4 Jailed Cardinal George Pell’s appeal against his historical child sex abuse convictions has begun at the Supreme Court of Victoria in front of a packed court room with the Cardinal wearingn his clerical collar, which he did not […]

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by TUESDAY JUNE 4 Queensland’s Ashleigh Barty has demolished the conquerer of Serena Williams to power into the French Open quarter-final. The win raised hopes of a first Australian singles triumph at Roland Garros in more than 40 years. Barty beat  American […]

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by MONDAY JUNE 3 Donald Trump is up to his old tricks of dumping on someone in an interview only to deny it when he is challenged. Only this time he picked the wrong subject of his attack – Meghan the Duchess […]

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by THURSDAY,  MAY 30 A mother killed in a fiery crash with her four children posted a heartbreaking message on Facebook before she died. Charmaine Harris McLeod, from the southern Queensland city of Hervey Bay, wrote on the page for her local […]

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by TUESDAY,  MAY 28 South Australia’s Kirsty Boden is being posthumously awarded one of the highest honours in the nursing profession for her bravery and sacrifice in the London Bridge terrorist attack. Boden was killed in the attack carried out by terrorists […]

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by Monday May 27 A 27 year-old man has been charged with the murder of Courtney Herron, who was a victim of a “horrendous bashing” before her body was found in a Melbourne park, police say. The 25-year-old was found dead by […]

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by FRIDAY MAY 24 Actor Johnny Depp has reportedly filed new court documents as part of his $US50 million ($73 million ) defamation case against his ex-wife, Amber Heard. Depp has denied he physically abused her during the relationship. He has now […]

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by THURSDAY, MAY 23 President Donald Trump has stormed out of a meeting with US Democrat leaders on infrastructure spending after Speaker Nancy Pelosi again got stuck into him about being engaged in a cover up. Mr Trump has been refusing to […]

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by WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 Abortion-rights campaigners have protested outside the US Supreme Court in Washington against new restrictions on abortion passed by Republican-dominated legislatures in eight states. The new laws amount to the tightest restrictions on abortion in the US in decades. […]

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by THURSDAY MAY 21 Prince William has opened up about the death of his mother, Princess Diana, who died in a car crash 22 years ago, describing how he suffered “pain like no other pain”. “It’s going to be very difficult to […]

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by MONDAY May 20 A police manhunt is underway for a male driver of a black 2007 BMW X3 hatchback that caused a seven-vehicle crash that killed two men in Brisbane’s inner north. The car was believed to be speeding on Lutwyche […]

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by Friday May 17 Bob Hawke, Australia’s 23rd Prime Minister has died at the age of 89. Mr Hawke led the country and Labour Party from 1983 to 1991, making him the longest-serving Labour PM. His contribution to public life helped shape […]

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by A calming of the rhetoric between the US and China as well as reports the US will delay tariffs on European car imports, saw markets lift overnight despite weak economic data. Reuter news agency reported that Trump administration officials told it […]

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