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One Nation candidate Mark Ellis quits Macalister, Queensland race - The Australian
One Nation has lost yet another candidate for the next Queensland election, with former policeman Mark Ellis announcing he is no longer standing. Mark Ellis, who was endorsed to contest the seat of Macalister, announced his withdrawal on his Facebook ...
Hanson candidate quits over threats
Mark Ellis quits One Nation after alleged threats to kill employee revealed
One Nation candidate threatened over controversial past
AOC man stood down amid bullying claims - The Australian
Former AOC chief executive Fiona de Jong has detailed a dozen separate complaints and investigations into bullying at Australia's national Olympic committee and exposed John Coates' personal treatment of a staff member which prompted in her ...
Australian Olympic Committee media head Mike Tancred stands aside
AOC man stands down amid bully claims
AOC's Mike Tancred steps down amid bullying allegations, hours out from crisis meeting
Yassmin Abdel-Magied: ABC can't sweep presenter's Anzac Day controversy under the carpet, Joyce says - ABC Online
The ABC should consider taking more action against presenter Yassmin Abdel-Magied over a controversial Anzac Day Facebook post, Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce says. Key points: Yassmin Abdel-Magied later apologised for the post; Barnaby ...
Calls for presenter to be sacked
We should celebrate Yassmin Abdel-Magied, not attack her
Rita Panahi: Yassmin Abdel-Magied's selective ABC is plain offensive
Wangaratta siege ends in tragedy as man, woman found dead - Herald Sun
A WANGARATTA couple who died in a suspected murder-suicide are believed to have been the parents of four children. Friends and neighbours of the couple this morning said they were still in shock over the tragedy, which unfolded yesterday afternoon.
Wangaratta shooting: Murder-suicide of husband and wife leaves community 'in shock'
Man and woman found dead in house in Wangaratta after shots fired
Cory Bernardi says he is open to further national mergers - The Australian
Australian Conservatives founder Cory Bernardi says he is open to further national and state mergers, including welcoming any Liberals who may want to defect to his party, after Family First's two South Australian MPs this morning officially joined him.
Family First takeover: Cory Bernardi looks for more mergers after 'great day for conservatives'
Cory Bernardi unwilling to wait for Lucy Gichuhi to 'get her head around' things
How Pauline Hanson's One Nation will fare is still a big guess. Andrew Meares
Ashley Bryant's suicide at centre of inquest into trauma police officers suffer - The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald
On December 15, 2013, former police officer Ashley Bryant sent Christmas cards, two weeks early, to his children. Twenty-four-hours later, he drove to the picturesque Minyon Falls on the NSW North Coast with beer and a bottle of scotch whisky. Play Video.
PTSD cop Ashley Bryant: 'No, I'll be gone before they arrive'
Detective sergeant's suicide prompts inquest into how NSW Police Force deals with struggling officers
Inquest into suicide of Ashley Bryant, a former police officer who suffered PTSD, begins
S Korea acts on Kim's missile threat - NEWS.com.au
IN a defiant bit of timing, South Korea announced that key parts of a contentious US missile defense system had been installed a day after rival North Korea showed off its military power. The South's trumpeting of progress on setting up the Terminal ...
North Korea: US starts moving THAAD missile-defence system to South Korean deployment site
Kim Jong-un observes artillery drills
How black market entrepreneurs thrive in North Korea
Malcolm Turnbull to meet Donald Trump for the first time - NEWS.com.au
PAUL Keating has given his view of Donald Trump's first three months in office while issuing a bit of advice to Malcolm Turnbull ahead of his first meeting with the US President. The former Prime Minister says Mr Turnbull should encourage President ...
Rudd offers PM advice for Trump meeting
Drivers die after head-on SA crash - 9news.com.au
Two men have died after the cars they were driving crashed head-on in the South Australian town of Two Wells. The 31-year-old from Salisbury East and 56-year-old from Webb Beach died at the scene of the collision on Port Wakefield Road around 6am, ...
Inflation crawls into RBA target band - The Australian
The West Australian
The Reserve Bank can tick off inflation as one of its immediate worries, but new figures suggest its concerns over housing and employment will haunt it for a while yet. The consumer price index has crept into the central bank's two to three per cent ...
The inflation figure is good for the RBA but not the rest of us
Inflation driven up by higher fuel and health costs in the first quarter
Inflation on target