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09/21/2018
Australian filmmaker James Ricketson granted royal pardon in Cambodia - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Australian filmmaker James Ricketson granted royal pardon in Cambodia
The Sydney Morning Herald
Phnom Penh: Australian filmmaker and convicted spy James Ricketson has been pardoned by Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni, according to his family and a government statement. Ricketson, 69, was jailed for six years on August 31 for espionage in a ...
James Ricketson pardoned in Cambodia9news.com.au
Cambodia pardons Australian film-maker James RicketsonThe Guardian
James Ricketson: Jailed Australian filmmaker granted Cambodia royal pardonBBC News
FRANCE 24 -The Straits Times -ABC News -Xinhua
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09/21/2018
AFL finals 2018: Who impressed and who didn't as Collingwood stunned Richmond in the prelim - PerthNow

PerthNow

AFL finals 2018: Who impressed and who didn't as Collingwood stunned Richmond in the prelim
PerthNow
Who impressed. Mason Cox. The American turned a match where his team was heavily-favoured to be beaten into 'The Mason Cox Game'. The 211cm giant was simply marking everything, and the swagger walking back to take his set shots will long live in ...

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09/21/2018
Man charged with animal cruelty over emu hit and run rampage - ABC News

ABC News

Man charged with animal cruelty over emu hit and run rampage
ABC News
A man who allegedly used his 4WD to mow down a mob of emus in Victoria's north-west has been charged with several animal cruelty offences. A video shared on social media this week showed the man appearing to deliberately run over more than a dozen ...
Alleged Emu Killer Charged With Multiple Animal Cruelty OffencesPedestrian TV
RSPCA pleads with social media users to not name and shame onlineNEWS.com.au
Laughing man ploughs into emus on road in disturbing videoThe Independent
Metro -Yahoo News -BBC News -myGC.com.au
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09/21/2018
Whitsunday shark attacks 'unprecedented', prompts warning from authorities - ABC Local

ABC Local

Whitsunday shark attacks 'unprecedented', prompts warning from authorities
ABC Local
People are being urged not to swim in or around Cid Harbour on Whitsunday Island in north Queensland as authorities assess the shark threat following two near-fatal attacks within 24 hours. Key points: 46-year-old Tasmanian woman and a 12-year-old girl ...
Shark experts say two attacks in the same area are 'very, very rare'NEWS.com.au
Queensland shark attacks: two injured in less than 24 hoursThe Week UK
Whitsunday attacks were 'test bites', shark expert saysBrisbane Times
The Australian -The New Daily -The Advertiser -Warwick Daily News
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09/21/2018
Two hurt when driverless Tas train derails - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Two hurt when driverless Tas train derails
Courier Mail
Authorities purposely derailed a runaway, driverless train as it neared the heart of Devonport, where two people were injured by flying debris. Loaded with tonnes of cement and travelling at about 50km/h, multiple carriages were damaged as they left ...
Two pedestrians struck after driverless train derails in TasmaniaYahoo News
Several injured in Tassie train crashTweed Daily News (press release)
Pedestrians hurt after out-of-control train is deliberately derailed in TasmaniamyGC.com.au

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09/21/2018
Billy Slater's NRL career could be over as Storm belt Sharks 22-6 to advance to grand final - Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

Billy Slater's NRL career could be over as Storm belt Sharks 22-6 to advance to grand final
Daily Telegraph
BILLY Slater's storied career could end prematurely with the Melbourne fullback facing an anxious wait to see if he will be rubbed out of the grand final because of a shoulder charge. While skipper Cameron Smith - who is off-contract - hinted he may ...
Slater suspension fears as Storm beat Sharks to reach grand finalNRL.COM
As it happened: Storm put on a clinic against SharksThe Sydney Morning Herald
Storm beat Sharks to reach NRL grand final but cloud over SlaterThe Australian
The Roar -The Guardian -Geelong Advertiser -New Zealand Herald
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09/20/2018
Melbourne dad kills son after omelette row - 9news.com.au

Melbourne dad kills son after omelette row
9news.com.au
Twenty minutes after an argument with his son about a burnt omelette, Peter John Smith assembled his shotgun, walked calmly inside and fired two fatal rounds into his son's chest. Andrew Smith was 30 years old, a father of two little boys and several ...

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09/21/2018
Theresa May Brexit statement - LIVE: PM demands new ideas from Brussels after EU rejects her plans - The Independent

The Independent



09/21/2018
Evacuation Underway After Fire In Rail Corridor At Edgecliff - Hit 107

Hit 107

Evacuation Underway After Fire In Rail Corridor At Edgecliff
Hit 107
There are set to be major disruptions to the rail network this evening after a fire broke out at a train station. Smoke was reported in a rail corridor at Edgecliff earlier, with trains suspended between Town Hall and Bondi Junction. According to ...

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09/21/2018
Tanzania ferry disaster: 136 bodies pulled from Lake Victoria - The Guardian

The Guardian

Tanzania ferry disaster: 136 bodies pulled from Lake Victoria
The Guardian
At least 136 bodies have been retrieved from Lake Victoria in east Africa after a ferry sank on Thursday afternoon, Tanzanian officials have said, and scores more are still feared missing as rescuers search for survivors. Initial estimates suggested ...
Death toll rises to more than 100 after Lake Victoria ferry disasterTelegraph.co.uk
More Than 100 Dead In Ferry Disaster In TanzaniaNDTV
Death toll reaches 136 in Tanzania ferry disaster, scores feared missingThe Globe and Mail
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