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12/05/2016
Man dead after being struck by lightning at summit of Mount Warning - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Man dead after being struck by lightning at summit of Mount Warning
The Sydney Morning Herald
A man has died after he and another camper were struck by lightning during a camping trip on the top of Mount Warning, near Murwillumbah, as severe thunderstorms hit the state's north on Tuesday morning. Police received a triple zero call about 4.50am ...
One dead after Mt Warning campers struck by lightning, rescue operation underwayABC Online
Man dies from lightning strike in NSWHerald Sun
Man killed by lightning strikeCourier Mail
NEWS.com.au -The Australian -Business Insider Australia -Ten Eyewitness News
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12/05/2016
Porsche being chased by police in Melbourne's east0:23 - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Porsche being chased by police in Melbourne's east0:23
Herald Sun
Police are right now pursuing a white Porsche that was stolen early this morning. Courtesy: The Today Show/Channel 9. December 6th 2016; 12 minutes ago; /video/video.news.com.au/News/. Porsche being chased by police in Melbourne's east.
Three men arrested after alleged high-speed chase in stolen Porsche belonging to Hawthorn player Brendan WhitecrossThe Age
Hawk's Porsche stolenAFL.com.au
Three men arrested after Hawthorn Football Club player's Porsche stolen from Croydon home9news.com.au
Yahoo7 News -TripleM Sydney -3AW -The Australian
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12/05/2016
'We can't work with him': Pauline Hanson unloads on One Nation colleague Rod Culleton - The Sydney Morning Herald

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'We can't work with him': Pauline Hanson unloads on One Nation colleague Rod Culleton
The Sydney Morning Herald
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson says she can no longer work with her Senate colleague Rod Culleton, portraying him as an egomaniac obsessed with publicity and incapable of teamwork in an extraordinary outburst on live radio. Senator Culleton's ...
'We will destroy Australia'NEWS.com.au
Pauline Hanson unleashes on colleague Rod CulletonThe Australian
Pauline Hanson publicly divorces Rod Culleton from One NationThe West Australian
SBS -ABC Online -Business Insider Australia -Queensland Country Life
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12/05/2016
Coalition conservatives furious over climate review - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Coalition conservatives furious over climate review
The Sydney Morning Herald
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces a fresh outbreak of party disunity over climate policy, with backbench MPs questioning the government's timing, scope and tactics after a formal review of the Direct Action plan was finally announced. Environment ...
Malcolm Turnbull dismisses climate change policy review criticisms from colleaguesABC Online
Climate policy review 'business as usual': Malcolm TurnbullThe Australian Financial Review
Climate review 'business as usual': TurnbullSky News Australia
Huffington Post Australia -The Guardian -The Australian -Courier Mail
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12/05/2016
Survey: Acceptance of Torture During War Growing - Voice of America

Voice of America

Survey: Acceptance of Torture During War Growing
Voice of America
FILE - Protesters perform a simulation of the waterboarding torture technique on a man dressed as a prisoner during a protest, marking the fifth anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, in front of the White House in Washington, March 19, 2008. Share.
Red Cross poll: People more tolerant toward war crimesDeutsche Welle
Red Cross says survey shows alarming rise in acceptance of torture in warDaily Mail
New survey reveals Australian attitudes to torture in conflictICRC (press release)
9news.com.au -Kitsap Sun -Channel NewsAsia -TIME
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12/05/2016
Australia's domestic airlines ripping consumers off, Choice says - ABC Online

ABC Online

Australia's domestic airlines ripping consumers off, Choice says
ABC Online
Consumer group Choice has listed six ways it believes Australia's domestic airlines have been ripping off their passengers and has called on the consumer watchdog to intervene. Choice said it had identified "systemic breaches" of the Australian ...
CHOICE lodges airline super complaintCHOICE

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12/05/2016
Police killers to spend life behind bars, parole to be scrapped - The Sydney Morning Herald

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Police killers to spend life behind bars, parole to be scrapped
The Sydney Morning Herald
Police killers will spend the rest of their lives behind bars under new Victorian laws to deny police murderers parole. The Andrews government on Tuesday will introduce laws banning parole for police murderers, which is likely to be swiftly passed in ...
Police killers to be forced to serve full terms under new Victorian legislationABC Online
No parole for Victorian police killersSky News Australia
Minogue jail laws due in Vic parliamentThe Australian
3AW -Daily Mail
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12/05/2016
Trump brings Koch network's green-energy foes from the fringe to the center of power - Daily Press

Daily Press

Trump brings Koch network's green-energy foes from the fringe to the center of power
Daily Press
President-elect Donald Trump has named Thomas Pyle to the Energy Department to take charge of its transition. Here's how his transition could change green energy initiatives (Dec. 5, 2016). President-elect Donald Trump has named Thomas Pyle to the ...

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12/05/2016
Statement: Player sanctions - Port Adelaide

Port Adelaide

Statement: Player sanctions
Port Adelaide
Port Adelaide's player leadership group, following consultation with the AFL and AFLPA, has sanctioned Jarman Impey $5,000 and banned him from playing in Round 1 of the premiership season following his involvement in a motor vehicle incident on ...

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12/05/2016
Why central banks should lean on housing bubbles - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Why central banks should lean on housing bubbles
The Sydney Morning Herald
An age-old debate was re-ignited last week, when the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development called for higher interest rates to rein in Australia's resurgent housing market. Should central banks actively "lean" on asset bubbles by ...
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On the 20-year anniversary of 'irrational exuberance,' investors may now be 'rationally exuberant'CNBC
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