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• Grant Hackett released after 'breakdown' arrest - The Australian

The Australian

Grant Hackett released after 'breakdown' arrest
The Australian
The family of Olympic champion Grant Hackett fear the swimmer is “dangerous” and are pleading for help to deal with his mental health issues. Hackett was arrested at his parents' Gold Coast home today after becoming agitated and verbally abusive.
'There in body but not in mind': Grant Hackett arrested after knife incident at parents' home9news.com.au
Grant Hackett's challenge now is to find a way through the fog of illnessThe Sydney Morning Herald
Grant Hackett's tumultuous timesNEWS.com.au
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• 'Instinctive correctness' a new term for Donald Trump's stance on Michael Flynn - The Sydney Morning Herald

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'Instinctive correctness' a new term for Donald Trump's stance on Michael Flynn
The Sydney Morning Herald
Washington: First, they brought us fake news; and then, alternative facts. Now, compliments of the Trump administration, we bring you "instinctive correctness". In defending what seems like a White House attempt to cover up what historians will no ...
Trump campaign team 'spoke to Russians' during presidential bidNEWS.com.au
Flynn departure erupts into a full-blown White House crisisThe Australian Financial Review
Top Republicans are calling for an investigation into Michael FlynnBusiness Insider Australia
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• Kim Jong-un's estranged half-brother poisoned by North Korean operatives in Malaysia - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Kim Jong-un's estranged half-brother poisoned by North Korean operatives in Malaysia
Herald Sun
THE estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has been assassinated at an airport in Malaysia, a senior official said. Kim Jong-nam, 46, the older sibling of the North Korean leader, was reportedly sprayed with a chemical liquid in the ...
New details in death of Kim's half brotherThe Australian
Kim Jong-nam was assassinated, say US and South Korean officialsThe Guardian
Kim Jong Un's half brother murdered with poison, South Korea saysCNN
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• Uber driver Muhammad Naveed found guilty of raping a passenger - The Sydney Morning Herald

Brisbane Times

Uber driver Muhammad Naveed found guilty of raping a passenger
The Sydney Morning Herald
A Sydney Uber driver cried and said a woman who accused him of raping her in the back seat of his car had "trapped" him. But within hours on Wednesday, a jury rejected Muhammad Naveed's dramatic story, and found him guilty of sexual intercourse without ...
Sydney Uber driver Muhammad Naveed found guilty of raping female passenger9news.com.au
Sydney Uber driver found guilty of rapeYahoo7 News

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• Seven West Media profit down 90 per cent due to writedowns of Yahoo7, Presto - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Australian

Seven West Media profit down 90 per cent due to writedowns of Yahoo7, Presto
The Sydney Morning Herald
Seven West Media's profit is 90 per cent lower in the first half of this financial year compared with the same period last year due to soft advertising markets and $83.3 million of one-off costs related to Yahoo7, the failed Presto joint venture ...
Seven West board backs embattled WornerHerald Sun
Seven sex scandal not about money but a textbook case of bullyingThe Australian
Seven CEO Tim Worner admits 'it was very poor judgment what I did'The Australian Financial Review
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• Clive Palmer can't remember $15m bank transfer; made $8m 'love' payment - The Australian

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Clive Palmer can't remember $15m bank transfer; made $8m 'love' payment
The Australian
Clive Palmer says he can't remember why he ordered his company Queensland Nickel to pay him $US15m into his personal Hong Kong Bank account in 2012. During a colourful stint in the Federal Court witness box, Mr Palmer was cross-examined about ...
Clive Palmer 'can't recall' huge payments from coffers of Queensland NickelThe Guardian
Clive Palmer to sue Malcolm Turnbull, seeks $10 million in damagesInternational Business Times AU
Clive Palmer uses 'national treasure' status in bid to avoid Qld Nickel testimonyCourier Mail
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• Load shedding in SA the only 'viable' option - Sky News Australia

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Load shedding in SA the only 'viable' option
Sky News Australia
Load shedding during severe heat in South Australia last week was the only remaining viable option to avoid damage to the electricity network and a 'potentially disastrous' impact to consumers, the Australian Energy Market Operator says. In its report ...
South Australia blackout 'only option to avoid disaster', says energy operatorCourier Mail
Load shedding in SA the only option: AEMO9news.com.au
Joint Statement Calls For Ditching Of Partisan Politics On EnergyEnergy Matters

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• Officeworks for sale as Wesfarmers looks to cash in - Brisbane Times

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Officeworks for sale as Wesfarmers looks to cash in
Brisbane Times
Retail giant Wesfarmers is looking to sell Officeworks through a trade sale or a stock market float, the conglomerate has announced. Wesfarmers managing director Richard Goyder said the company had started a strategic review of the stationery and ...
'Bunnings is selling a whole heap of generators': Wesfarmers CEO weighs into energy debateHerald Sun
Goyder blasts Australia's corporate tax, energy policyThe Australian
Coles profit falls, sales growth slides as price war with Woolworths bitesCourier Mail
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• Essendon saga: Supreme Court writ lodged against Gillon McLachlan and Mike Fitzpatrick - The Age

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Essendon saga: Supreme Court writ lodged against Gillon McLachlan and Mike Fitzpatrick
The Age
Melbourne lawyer Jackson Taylor has lodged a writ against outgoing AFL chairman Mike Fitzpatrick and chief executive Gillon McLachlan, alleging acts of deceptive or misleading conduct during Essendon's supplements saga. Taylor has lodged papers in ...
Mike Fitzpatrick: Five things we learned from the AFL chairman's departure speechABC Online
Outgoing AFL chairman reveals reason why Tasmania has never been granted its own AFL clubFox Sports
Mike Fitzpatrick says AFL has no regrets over Essendon and James HirdWAtoday
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• 'Vile, misogynist' Wicked Campers banned in Qld, as other states flag following suit - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

'Vile, misogynist' Wicked Campers banned in Qld, as other states flag following suit
NEWS.com.au
FOR eight years, the operators of Wicked Campers, amid revulsion-fuelled protests at their offensive van artwork, have been free to continue their spray-painting misogyny without fear of repercussion. But, in Queensland, at least, that is no more ...
Wicked Campers put on notice: Qld govtThe Australian
Offensive Wicked Campers vehicles face de-registration on Queensland roads under new lawABC Online
Wicked Campers 'put on notice' under new lawsBrisbane Times
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