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by Wednesday, June 20 The United States has withdrawn from the United Nations Human Rights Council accusing it of a “chronic bias against Israel”, a move that activists warned would make advancing human rights globally even more difficult. Standing with US Secretary […]

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by Tuesday, June 19 Evidence on day one of the coronial inquiry into the Dreamworld tragedy, where four people were killed on a family-friendly ride at the theme park on Queensland’s Gold Coast, could damage the theme park’s reputation for good, media […]

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by Monday June 18 The father of a six-year-old girl who was killed when a car driven by an 86-year-old woman reversed into her family at a Sunshine Coast shopping centre has paid tribute to his daughter as his “moon and back”. […]

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by Eurydice Dixon’s Murderer Charged After performing her comedy act at a Melbourne bar on Tuesday night, Eurydice Dixon made her way home, but never arrived. Jaymes Todd, 19, has been charged with the rape and murder of the young woman after her […]

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by Image: ABC News Rebel Wilson’s defamation slashed by over $3 million Actress Rebel Wilson’s record defamation payout from magazine publisher Bauer Media has been slashed from $4.5 million to just $600,000 by Victoria’s Court of Appeal. The court set aside the […]

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by Wednesday June 13 While the talks between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un in Singapore focused on denuclearisation and peace on the Korean Peninsula, the North Korean leader’s human rights record was also on the agenda. Mr Kim has been accused of […]

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by TUESDAY, June 12 A beekeeper in outback Queensland has started hand-feeding his stock as the drought creates a pollen shortage in the area. The story captured the imagination of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, on his ‘listening tour’ of western Queensland, who […]

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by Treating lower back aches without drugs and surgery by ‘rethinking pain’ You’re worn down by intermittent back pain. It’s an unpredictable beast. It can come on so strongly you cannot walk, or sit. At least you think you can’t (but read […]

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by TARGET shops around Australia will shut down forever over the next five years, the discount chain’s boss announced today WESFARMERS is scaling back its struggling Target business, confirming it will cut the size or number of stores in the chain to […]

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by image: news.com.au Witness protection and new identity for man whose apartment fire sparked Grenfell tower disaster  The man whose apartment caught fire and sparked the Grenfell tower disaster has been offered witness protection and a new identity, an inquiry in London […]

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by Miss America scraps swimsuit competition, saying ‘we’re not going to judge your appearance’ When the Miss America pageant started in 1921, having young women parade around in bathing suits seemed like a great way to get tourists to come to the […]

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by TUESDAY, JUNE 4 Rescue workers struggled in perilous conditions to find bodies under rivers of ash and mud that swept down from Guatemala’s Fuego volcano, as the number of fatalities from an eruption that partially buried buildings rose to 62. Structures […]

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by Kim Kardashian visits the White House Kim Kardashian West met with President Donald Trump and other officials, including senior adviser Jared Kushner, at the White House on Wednesday to discuss prison reform. “Great meeting with @KimKardashian today, talked about prison reform […]

The Netflix of Books

by The service Bookchoice has been called the ‘Netflix of Books’ and has just become available, with book lovers rejoicing over the new service. Bookchoice is a membership based service that allows you to download bestselling and cult books as ebooks or audiobooks […]

Royal Reads

by With the royal wedding now just a few days away, we thought that these selection of books would be perfect as a precursor to the royal event. So sit back with one of these books and with the only beverage that […]

Google A.I Will Soon Be Making Calls

by Google may have solved the problem for every person that hates making phone calls. Demonstrated at the company’s I/O 2018 conference, Google CEO Sundar Pichai played a recording of the Google Assistant booking a haircut for someone. You can see the […]

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