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Presidential debate fact-check: a review of Trump's and Clinton's claims - The Guardian
Republican nominee Donald Trump speaks as Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton gestures during the first presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York on Monday. Photograph: Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images. Alan Yuhas in San ...
2016 US presidential debate: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump face off for the first time
US Election: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton spar over economy, foreign policy in presidential debate
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump debate a nation's future
New national snapshot finds 60 per cent of Australians would be concerned if a relative married a Muslim - The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald
Sixty per cent of all Australians say they would be concerned if a relative married a Muslim, according to a new university research project tracking attitudes to Islam. It also found that more than a third of people would not object to Muslims being ...
One in two favour Muslim immigration ban? Beware the survey panel given an all-or-nothing choice
Aussies concerned over Muslim marriage
The religion of Islam is in need of change
Brownlow Medal: Patrick Dangerfield says he can improve performance for the Cats after top 2016 - ABC Online
In the wake of his dominant Brownlow Medal win, Patrick Dangerfield says he has no doubt he can improve his performance for Geelong next season. Dangerfield came to Monday night's count with mixed emotions, knowing he was the overwhelming ...
Dangerfield craves AFL premiership
Treloar catches umpires' eyes
Geelong's Patrick Dangerfield wins the AFL's 2016 Brownlow Medal
Higgins Storm Chasing crew said they received reports of a bright flash of light by hundreds of people. - NEWS.com.au
HUNDREDS of Queenslanders have reported seeing âa flash of lightâ in the sky followed by a âtremorâ last night. Police received multiple calls from residents in the Gladstone area, in central Queensland, reporting their houses shaking in what was ...
Meteor described as 'mini sun' streaks over central Queensland
Queensland meteor? Reports of bang and flash in the sky
Meteor strike likely as blinding light flashes across Queensland sky
Backpacker tax: Federal Government backs down on plan - ABC Online
The Federal Government has responded to pressure and dropped its plan to introduce a 32.5 per cent tax on backpacker workers. Instead, working holidaymakers will be taxed at 19 per cent from their first dollar earned. The Government had expected to ...
Scott Morrison, Barnaby Joyce reach compromise deal on the $500m backpacker tax
Government gives way on backpacker tax
Federal government drops backpacker tax plan
Cooper Allen reveals injuries; Tony Abbott calls for shark fishing - The Australian
Photographs published this morning of shark attack victim Cooper Allen, 17, show four deep gashes on his leg, several centimetres apart. The photos also show the smiling teenager giving the thumbs up from his hospital bed, alongside his father, Ned Allen.
Surfer Cooper Allen shows off bite marks after Lighthouse Beach shark attack
NSW Shark attack sparks safety concerns
Abbott calls for NSW shark nets in regions
Rural NSW flood towns brace for more rain - Sky News Australia
Sky News Australia
Sky News Australia
More rain is expected across swamped parts of NSW as the flood peak moves downstream from Forbes towards Condobolin. While floodwaters are beginning to recede in Forbes after reaching 10.6 metres on Monday, up to 80mm has been forecast to fall ...
Premier Baird to inspect Forbes floods | photos
Houston shooting: Nine people injured and gunman shot dead at US mall - WAtoday
Houston: A Houston lawyer whose business was struggling opened fire on morning commuters on Monday, injuring at least nine people before being shot dead by police, authorities said. Six people were taken to hospitals and three were treated at the scene ...
Gunman experienced personal struggles before SW Houston shooting
Gunman who wounded 9 was wearing Nazi...
Colombia's 52-Year War May Soon Be Over, But What Happens Next? - Huffington Post
Guerrillas from FARC EP meet in the early morning to get to work in Llanos del Yari, a town in an Indigenous region of southern Colombia on 21 Sept. 2016. Colombians will soon vote on a contentious and comprehensive peace deal that could end more than ...
Got kidney stones? Ride a roller coaster! Study shows it is the most pain-free way - Daily Mail
A roller coaster ride is a fail-safe way to shift kidney stones, a new study claims. But it may take you a few tries. That is according to a team at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine - who rode Disney World's top rides 60 times ...
Research Finds Thrilling Cure for Kidney Stones: Roller Coasters
Riding rollercoasters makes it easier to pass kidney stones
Thrilling Cure: A Roller Coaster Ride Can Help Get Rid Of Kidney Stones