The Age (Australia)

• AAMI customer anger: Insurance industry's preferred repairer schemes in question
If an insurer-preferred smash repairer causes further damage to a car, should the insurance company pay all the subsequent costs, including replacing the vehicle?

• Australian greyhounds forced to race cheetahs at Shanghai Wild Animal Park
Unwanted Australian greyhounds have been exported to a Chinese theme park where they languish in concrete cells and are forced to race cheetahs to earn their keep.

• Forestry and fishing named as most most dangerous jobs, new data shows
New analysis of Safe Work Australia data shows which industries have the most fatalities and injuries.

• The future for Australia's refugee program? Private sponsorship costing $100,000
Sam Al Maraee says he is lucky. When his parents and sisters in Baghdad faced death threats unless they embraced Islamic State's perverted brand of Islam, he had the means to give them a chance most of the world's 21 million refugees will never have.

• Adani's coal mine dealt fresh blow as Queensland shunts $1 billion rail loan role
Prospects for the controversial Adani coal mine have dimmed further with the Queensland government saying it wants no role in any federal loan to support the project.

• Turnbull warns Australian voters 'conservative' on constitutional change
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has not backed ambitious calls for the Federal Government to sign a treaty with the First Nations, warning the Australian public is "conservative" when it comes to constitutional change. 

• More than 500 Australians in jail or facing charges overseas for drug-related crimes
Nearly one third of the 545 Australians currently imprisoned or facing charges overseas were convicted or arrested for drug-related crimes.

• Byron Bay Superfoods' pursuit of sacked worker 'vindictive': Fair Work Commission
When Nathaniel Garang produced a medical certificate showing he should not be at work, his boss said time off work was "unacceptable".

• 'We do have an ancient history in Australia as well': NESA flags HSC changes
For the first time next year, HSC students will learn about pre-1788 Aboriginal history.

• Adani dust-up: Queensland government settles on royalty plan but doubts remain
The future of Adani's proposed multibillion-dollar Carmichael coal mine remains under a cloud even after Queensland declared it had settled on a royalty regime.

• Careers Australia collapses leaving 15,000 students in limbo
One of Australia's largest private training colleges has been placed in voluntary administration.

• Mystery SOS sign found in a remote part of Western Australia's Kimberley
An SOS sign made out of rocks has been spotted in a remote part of Western Australia, sparking fears someone could be missing.

• Adelaide mother, child found dead at Glenelg home in suspected murder-suicide
South Australian police are investigating the death of a mother and child in a suspected murder suicide at a home in Adelaide overnight.

• Vale David Biles: A pioneer of Australian criminology
Renowned criminologist David Biles died in Canberra on April 16, 2017.

• Public servant demands $100,000 uni degree
Commonwealth bureaucrat preferred $98,000 uni course to job that was "beneath her".

• ACT public service grows graduate program as APS jobs pool shrinks
The ACT government graduate program is attracting thousands of applicants in a competitive jobs market.

• 'A flash of silver' and Jordan Robins had his winning image
Jordan Robins was just about to head home when he spotted this beautiful creature.

• Job seekers lose interest if employers take more than a week to get back to them
Isobel Robertson starts to lose interest in a job she has applied for when a prospective employer takes more than one to two weeks to get back to her.

• Member's choice: your brief and video tutorial for the June Clique Challenge
Have a special photo that hasn't fit into one of our monthly challenge themes? This month is the perfect time to enter it.

• Just how much is Malcolm Turnbull's chief of staff Greg Moriarty paid?
The salaries of senior ministerial advisers have attracted scrutiny at Senate estimates hearings



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