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• London terror attack: Khalid Masood, 52, named as assailant - NEWS.com.au

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London terror attack: Khalid Masood, 52, named as assailant
NEWS.com.au
BRITISH police probing the London terror attack have arrested a woman who is believed to be terrorist Khalid Masood's partner. The Sun reports large-scale police operation took place at a flat in Stratford, in east London, on Thursday night local time.
London terror: Attacker had criminal historyThe Australian
London attack: Westminster attacker identified as British-born Khalid MasoodThe Sydney Morning Herald
London attack: What we know about Westminster Bridge terrorist Khalid MasoodABC Online
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• NSW teen admits to planning terror attack - NEWS.com.au

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NSW teen admits to planning terror attack
NEWS.com.au
A Sydney teenager has pleaded guilty to planning an Anzac Day terrorist attack. The then 16-year-old boy was arrested on the eve of Anzac Day last year accused of trying to source a gun and a bomb manual for an April 25 terror attack. He pleaded guilty ...
Teenager pleads guilty to Australia Anzac Day terror plotDaily Mail
Sydney teenager pleads guilty to Anzac Day terror plotBBC News
Sydney teenager admits plotting Anzac Day terror attackIrish Independent
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• Vic man in custody after flipping car - The Australian

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Vic man in custody after flipping car
The Australian
A man is under police guard in hospital after crashing his car into a pole in Melbourne's CBD before it flipped and slid along Swanston Street. Police have alleged it was the end of a series of crimes for the 36-year-old Ballarat man who they say ...
Man flips car in Melbourne CBD then fleesYahoo7 News

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• Man accused of murdering Wollongong toddler Cheryl Grimmer 47 years ago refused bail - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Man accused of murdering Wollongong toddler Cheryl Grimmer 47 years ago refused bail
The Sydney Morning Herald
The man accused of murdering Illawarra toddler Cheryl Grimmer at Fairy Meadow 47 years ago has been refused bail. The now 63-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is accused of killing the three-year-old within an hour of her disappearance.
Cheryl Grimmer died an hour after being taken: police speak out about Wollongong cold caseCowra Guardian
Cheryl Grimmer murder accused refuses to front courtStarts at 60

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• Father of murdered Melbourne taxi driver pleads for answers as police release image of suspect - ABC Online

ABC Online

Father of murdered Melbourne taxi driver pleads for answers as police release image of suspect
ABC Online
The father of a taxi driver who was fatally stabbed in Melbourne has appealed for public help after two witnesses helped police produce an image of the suspect. Somali refugee Mohamud Muketar, 31, was repeatedly stabbed in what police described as a ...
Clue to the 2016 Fitzroy murder of taxi driver Mohamud MuketarHerald Sun
Melb cabbie's murder remains a mysteryNEWS.com.au
New images released in effort to find who killed Fitzroy taxi driver Mohamud MuketarThe Age
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• CBA follows ANZ, Westpac to hike rates - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

CBA follows ANZ, Westpac to hike rates
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Commonwealth Bank has become the latest of the big four banks to hike home loan rates, raising borrowing costs for owner-occupiers and property investors just hours after rate hikes from Westpac and ANZ. The nation's largest bank will raise ...
BusinessNow: Today's finance and company news, plus analysis and opinionThe Australian
CBA, ANZ join the rush to raise home loan interest ratesABC Online
ANZ, CBA follow rivals with mortgage hikesNEWS.com.au
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• Jury retires to decide Ron Medich's fate in murder trial over Michael McGurk's death - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Jury retires to decide Ron Medich's fate in murder trial over Michael McGurk's death
The Sydney Morning Herald
After a seven-week trial, the jury has retired to deliberate on whether wealthy property developer Ron Medich is guilty of the murder of his business foe Michael McGurk and the later intimidation of his widow, Kimberley. It was 6.25pm on September 3 ...
Medich murder trial jury retiresNEWS.com.au

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• Donald Trump's tweets a distraction from decisions being made at the White House - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Donald Trump's tweets a distraction from decisions being made at the White House
The Sydney Morning Herald
Washington: Stories of women who have had enough, Snapped has been going gangbusters in the US reality TV genre for years. You know the kind of story – cheated woman drives over lover or husband; puts the car into reverse gear and drives over him ...
US President Donald Trump talks truth and lies with TIME magazine during cover story interviewABC Online
Trump's defence: I'm president, you're notThe Australian
What Trump's Time Interview Shows About His ThinkingNew York Times
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• No one knows America like truckers do: President Trump at White House industry meet - The New Indian Express

The New Indian Express

No one knows America like truckers do: President Trump at White House industry meet
The New Indian Express
WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump got into a parked truck, honked, and pretended to drive in a gesture to welcome the trucking industry representatives in the White House. Yesterday afternoon, in the presence of a media persons, Trump came from ...

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• Claiming travel allowance while staying at a relative's 'passes sniff test', Malcolm Turnbull says - ABC Online

ABC Online

Claiming travel allowance while staying at a relative's 'passes sniff test', Malcolm Turnbull says
ABC Online
Paying politicians almost $280 a night to stay at a property owned by a relative passes the pub test, says Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Key points: Michael McCormack claimed more than $48,000 in three-year period to stay in wife's Canberra ...
PM backs MPs using allowance for mortgage9news.com.au
Government MP compares travel allowance to workers' penalty ratesStarts at 60

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