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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 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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by MONDAY May 13 A Myanmar National Airlines plane has made an emergency landing at Mandalay International Airport using only its rear wheels after the front landing gear failed to deploy. 82 passengers and seven crew members aboard Flight UB103 from Yangon […]

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by Friday May 10 The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced the name of their newborn son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor to the world, with Meghan declaring: “It’s magic, it’s pretty amazing. I have the two best guys in the world so […]

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by Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has hit back at newspaper claims that he omitted parts of his mother’s career while talking about the sacrifices she made to raise her children. While appearing on Q&A on Monday, Mr Shorten spoke of his mother, […]

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by 29th April 2019 An IT problem is causing chaos across Australia’s international airports, with significant delays in processing inbound and outbound passengers sparking long queues. Passengers at international terminals in Sydney and Melbourne have been found waiting for around 90 minutes, […]

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by MONDAY April 8 Animal rights activists have launched protests across the country, with a group of about 20 people halting traffic at Melbourne’s busiest intersection. Police have begun arresting protesters who chained themselves to vans blocking the intersection of Flinders and […]

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by THURSDAY, April 4 Swedish pop group ABBA, which was formed 45 years ago, is set to release two new songs later this year according to group member Bjorn Ulvaeus. Ulvaeus was quoted in a Danish tabloid magazine as saying the songs […]

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by THURSDAY, March 28 The Liberals will preference One Nation below the Labor Party at the next federal election. Prime Minister Scott Morrison made the announcement today in the wake of the Al Jazeera undercover investigation into One Nation’s links with a […]

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by THURSDAY, March 14 US aircraft manufacturer Boeing has recommended that its entire global fleet of nearly 400 of its suspect 737 MAX aircraft be grounded, after evidence collected from Sunday’s fatal Ethiopian Airlines crash was seen by aviation authorities. The move by […]

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by THURSDAY, March 6 Sydney dentist Preethi Reddy, who was stabbed to death and stuffed in a suitcase, had been the happiest her sister had ever seen her before she died. The 32-year-old’s body was found in her parked car in Kingsford, […]

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by Thursday, February 21 American actor Jussie Smollett who plays R&B singer-songwriter Jamal in the hit Foxtel TV series Empire, has been charged by police for making a false claim that he was attacked in the street. He was charged with disorderly […]

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by THURSDAY, February 14 An official inquiry has been launched into a fist fight in Federal Parliament last night between United Australia Party Senator Brian Burston and Pauline Hanson’s chief of staff. The stoush erupted after Senator Hanson on Tuesday night used […]

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by February 7th The Townsville flood clean-up is about to begin as severe weather eases. For the first time in more than a week there is not a Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) severe weather warning in place. “[There’s] still a chance of […]

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by THURSDAY, January 31 US President Donald Trump has done it again…..demeaning top government officials. This time the people made to suffer his bile are the those charged with keeping America safe. In another cheap tweet Mr Trump, again showed his lack […]

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by Thursday, January 24 A 16-year-old has been pulled into bushes and assaulted in Brisbane’s Northside. Just after midday on Wednesday, a 16-year-old girl was pulled into bushes and assaulted in the Brisbane suburb of Chermside West. Police said the girl was […]

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by Thursday, January 9 A Productivity Commission report says Australians could be more than $500,000 richer in retirement under the biggest-ever proposed shake-up of the compulsory superannuation system. The report has found the current system is “harming millions of members” with underperforming […]

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by Thursday, December 13 Tropical Cyclone Owen is continuing to strengthen and was today (Thursday) upgraded to category three with experts saying it could be further upgraded to a category four intensity by the time it crosses the Queensland coast. It is […]

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by Thursday, December 6 The late president George HW Bush has been remembered at his state funeral as a World War II hero, Cold War veteran and commander-in-chief of a United States victory against Iraq who went on to represent a bygone […]

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