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Anzac Day Dawn Service guide 2017 - The Australian Mon, 24 Apr 2017 02:15:54 GMT

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Anzac Day Dawn Service guide 2017
The Australian
Tens of thousands of Australians around the country will rise for Dawn Services tomorrow, before watching war veterans march through towns and cities. Below is a guide to the Dawn Services and Marches taking place in major cities throughout Australia, ...
Anzac Day services in Western Sydneydailytelegraph.com.au
Sleepout marks Anzac Day in a symbolic wayBrisbane Times
Vandals trash Victorian war memorial on Anzac Day eveSBS
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Boy, 12, drives solo 1300km across NSW before being pulled over by police - NEWS.com.au Mon, 24 Apr 2017 02:48:45 GMT

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Boy, 12, drives solo 1300km across NSW before being pulled over by police
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A 12-year-old boy who drove 1300 kilometres across NSW on his own in the family car was involved in a bingle before he was eventually stopped by stunned highway patrol officers. The boy was en route to Perth when he was pulled over at Broken Hill in ...
Boy, 12, drives across NSW before arrestSky News Australia
Boy drives solo across NSW before being pulled over by policeThe Australian
Police arrest 12yo boy trying to drive across AustraliaThe New Daily

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'No Israelis served here': Young Israeli backpacker says piercing studio turned her away - NEWS.com.au Sun, 23 Apr 2017 23:19:32 GMT

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'No Israelis served here': Young Israeli backpacker says piercing studio turned her away
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A YOUNG Israeli backpacker claims she was turned away by a Cairns body piercer, who she said has a ?no Israelis served here? sign in his studio. Mohr Wenger said she was left so shaken by the incident at Cold Steel Body Piercing in what she termed, ...
Cairns businessman defends ?no Israelis? sign in piercing studioThe Cairns Post
Cairns shop refuses to serve Israelis with alleged signDaily Mail

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Jailed former West Coast Eagle Ben Sharp blames club's drug 'culture' for downfall - Herald Sun Mon, 24 Apr 2017 01:47:23 GMT

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Jailed former West Coast Eagle Ben Sharp blames club's drug 'culture' for downfall
Herald Sun
A FORMER West Coast Eagles rookie jailed today for armed robbery was told by senior members of the club he needed to use cocaine or get out, a court has heard. Ben Sharp, 30, was sentenced on Monday to nine years jail over his role in a drug-fuelled ...
Former West Coast Eagle Ben Sharp jailed for armed robberyThe Age
Ex-West Coast Eagle Ben Sharp jailed for nine years for ice-fuelled armed robberyABC Online

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'Voters know PM, Abbott not best of friends' - The Australian Mon, 24 Apr 2017 01:36:35 GMT

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'Voters know PM, Abbott not best of friends'
The Australian
Victorian Liberal Party president Michael Kroger says voters are fully aware Tony Abbott and Malcolm Turnbull ?aren't the best of friends? as government backbencher Tim Wilson urges the former prime minister and other colleagues to ?show a healthy ...
Greens in bid to stymie Malcolm Turnbull's visa changesThe Sydney Morning Herald
Rita Panahi: There is a great deal to be gained by firmly reasserting Australian valuesHerald Sun
Newpsoll: Malcolm Turnbull gets no bump from visa crackdownThe Australian Financial Review
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Car fire at Coles Melb HQ, 2000 evacuated
Two thousand workers were evacuated from Coles' Melbourne head office because of a car fire in the basement.
Mixed emotions for Turks on Anzac Day
Anzac Day proves to the world that peace is possible following bitter conflict, the Turkish consul general in Sydney says.
Naked Gunner vet?s WWII bravery laid bare
The man known as the Naked Gunner was more exposed than most soldiers when he shot down an enemy plane during a Japanese raid on Darwin - wearing nothing but his boots and hat.
Adelaide men charged over $119m ice haul
Three Adelaide men believed to be linked to an outlaw motorcycle gang have been charged over importing $119 million worth of the drug ice into Australia.
Microlight crashes at Illawarra airport
Two people have escaped uninjured from a microlight aircraft crash at Illawarra Regional Airport in NSW.


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Weather forecasts for Australia
Forecasts from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology. Updated 08:31 Wednesday 09/12/2015 (EDST)
CANBERRA - Possible shower. Max: 30
Thursday - Partly cloudy. Min: 13 Max: 31
Friday - Mostly sunny. Min: 13 Max: 29
Saturday - Mostly sunny. Min: 9 Max: 25
Sunday - Partly cloudy. Min: 8 Max: 27
Monday - Partly cloudy. Min: 10 Max: 32
Tuesday - Shower or two. Min: 13 Max: 30
SYDNEY - Showers. Likely storm developing. Max: 30
Thursday - Possible shower. Min: 20 Max: 26
Friday - Partly cloudy. Min: 20 Max: 31
Saturday - Possible late shower. Min: 18 Max: 25
Sunday - Possible shower. Min: 17 Max: 25
Monday - Shower or two. Min: 18 Max: 28
Tuesday - Possible shower. Min: 20 Max: 29
DARWIN - Possible storm. Min: 27 Max: 34
Thursday - Possible shower or storm. Min: 26 Max: 35
Friday - Possible storm. Min: 26 Max: 36
Saturday - Possible storm. Min: 26 Max: 35
Sunday - Possible storm. Min: 26 Max: 35
Monday - Possible shower or storm. Min: 27 Max: 35
Tuesday - Possible shower or storm. Min: 27 Max: 35
BRISBANE - Partly cloudy. Min: 20 Max: 31
Thursday - Possible shower or storm. Min: 21 Max: 31
Friday - Hot. Possible storm. Min: 21 Max: 36
Saturday - Mostly sunny. Min: 23 Max: 33
Sunday - Partly cloudy. Min: 22 Max: 29
Monday - Possible shower. Min: 22 Max: 31
Tuesday - Shower or two. Min: 22 Max: 32
ADELAIDE - Possible morning shower. Max: 26
Thursday - Mostly sunny. Min: 13 Max: 28
Friday - Possible shower. Min: 14 Max: 24
Saturday - Partly cloudy. Min: 12 Max: 24
Sunday - Partly cloudy. Min: 12 Max: 30
Monday - Partly cloudy. Min: 15 Max: 33
Tuesday - Partly cloudy. Min: 17 Max: 31
HOBART - Becoming windy. Partly cloudy. Max: 22
Thursday - Mostly sunny. Min: 12 Max: 22
Friday - Showers easing. Min: 12 Max: 17
Saturday - Shower or two clearing. Min: 9 Max: 16
Sunday - Possible early shower. Min: 10 Max: 21
Monday - Partly cloudy. Min: 11 Max: 23
Tuesday - Partly cloudy. Min: 14 Max: 21
MELBOURNE - Partly cloudy. Max: 24
Thursday - Partly cloudy. Min: 13 Max: 23
Friday - Shower or two clearing. Min: 13 Max: 21
Saturday - Possible morning shower. Min: 11 Max: 19
Sunday - Mostly sunny. Min: 9 Max: 25
Monday - Mostly sunny. Min: 14 Max: 28
Tuesday - Partly cloudy. Min: 15 Max: 25
PERTH - Mostly sunny. Min: 14 Max: 25
Thursday - Sunny. Min: 14 Max: 28
Friday - Mostly sunny. Min: 15 Max: 32
Saturday - Partly cloudy. Min: 18 Max: 29
Sunday - Partly cloudy. Min: 16 Max: 26
Monday - Sunny. Min: 16 Max: 28
Tuesday - Sunny. Min: 17 Max: 31




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France elections: Macron and Le Pen through to run-off Mon, 24 Apr 2017 00:25:50 GMT
The pair will contest the second round on 7 May with the centrist Emmanuel Macron as favourite.
General election 2017: 'No apology' for Labour's union ties Mon, 24 Apr 2017 01:00:49 GMT
Jeremy Corbyn will address Scottish trade unionists - as will the SNP leader, Nicola Sturgeon.
Stricter punishments for speeding offences in England and Wales Sun, 23 Apr 2017 22:57:36 GMT
The fine for doing 51mph in a 30mph zone, or 101 mph on the motorway, will increase by 50%.
Navy officer Michael Samwell's car theft death 'beyond criminal' Mon, 24 Apr 2017 02:44:27 GMT
Police appeal to the "criminal fraternity" to help solve the killing of a man hit by his own car.
Arthur Collins charged over London nightclub 'acid attack' Sun, 23 Apr 2017 22:16:30 GMT
Arthur Collins, the partner of Towie star Ferne McCann, faces 15 charges.


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Commonwealth Games tickets go live (AAP) Mon, 24 Apr 2017 13:28:11 +1000
Applications for the ticket lottery for seats at next year's Commonwealth Games have gone live, with not even the premier technically guaranteed a spot.
Qld meatworks murder accused denied bail (AAP) Mon, 24 Apr 2017 13:28:06 +1000
An accused murder who has been denied bail at a Brisbane court didn't have a motive for decapitating his friend, his lawyer says.
Caution to keep Anzac respect in mind (AAP) Mon, 24 Apr 2017 13:19:07 +1000
Thousands of Australians are preparing to commemorate those fallen in battle at Anzac Day services around the country.
Jailed Vic drug kingpin appeals conviction (AAP) Mon, 24 Apr 2017 13:19:04 +1000
Jailed Melbourne drug kingpin Rocco Arico is appealing his convictions.
Inflation set to match RBA target (AAP) Mon, 24 Apr 2017 13:11:13 +1000
Consumer prices in the March quarter are expected to have lifted 0.6 per cent on the back of rising costs for petrol and for fruits and vegetables.


NEWS.com.au | The Other Side
?Drive-thru tree? toppled in massive storm Tue, 10 Jan 2017 02:22:00 GMT
A GIANT Californian tree famous for the tunnel carved into its trunk to allow cars to pass through has been destroyed.
Priests flee from a devil of a job Thu, 20 Oct 2016 02:44:00 GMT
THE world is under renewed attack by an army of demons and the battle is so intense young priests are too scared to engage in exorcisms, says a senior Vatican priest.
Bushwalker spies mythical creature: claim Tue, 06 Sep 2016 09:23:00 GMT
HAS Australia’s answer to the mysterious monsters of other continents been spotted again in southern Queensland?
Mystery of the mutant, two-headed prawn Fri, 08 Jul 2016 01:12:00 GMT
AQUARISTS are trying to get their head around the discovery of a bizarre double-headed prawn.
Man in DIY balls-up couldn?t afford doctor Fri, 24 Jun 2016 03:24:00 GMT
A MAN had his left testicle lopped off in a cheap Mid North Coast motel room because he couldn’t afford a proper medical procedure.


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