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• Wangaratta woman Ora Holt sacrificed her life to save children, sister says - The Age

The Age

Wangaratta woman Ora Holt sacrificed her life to save children, sister says
The Age
A woman who was shot dead by the father of her children on Anzac Day sacrificed her life to save her children, her grieving sister says. It's believed Gregory Floyd, 43, took his own life after shooting dead Ora Holt, 39, in the Anzac Day tragedy that ...
Town rallies after Wangaratta double deathHerald Sun
Sister pays tribute to mum killed in Anzac Day murder-suicide9news.com.au
Pictured: Family ripped apart by Melbourne murder-suicideDaily Mail
The Border Mail
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• Don Nardella agrees to repay allowance - The Australian

The Australian

Don Nardella agrees to repay allowance
The Australian
Victoria's disgraced former deputy speaker Don Nardella has reportedly agreed to repay $98,000 he claimed in parliamentary allowances to live by the seaside. He has struck a deal to repay the money in instalments, News Corp and Fairfax Media reports.
Don Nardella to repay $98000 'second residence' claimThe Age
Melton MP Don Nardella to repay 'second residence' allowanceHerald Sun

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• Boy's mum: 'The truth will come out' - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Boy's mum: 'The truth will come out'
Courier Mail
THE woman who took her severely disabled boy from a Brisbane hospital, which led to a frantic search across two states, has taken to Facebook to update her supporters and warns that the “truth is going to come out”. Cini Walker was located by NSW ...
Amber alert: Fears for 4yo boy taken from Lady Cilento Children's Hospital in BrisbaneABC Online
Four-year-old boy with disability taken from Lady Cilento HospitalBrisbane Times
Chase Walker: boy missing from hospital found in NSWThe Australian
Daily Mail -Huffington Post Australia -9news.com.au -myGC.com.au
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• Woman shot, six arrested in London terror raids - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Woman shot, six arrested in London terror raids
The Sydney Morning Herald
A woman has been shot and six people arrested during terror raids in northwest London, with British police saying they foiled an active terror plot. The woman, who is in her 20s, was shot during the raid on the row house in Willesden on Thursday ...
British police shoot woman, arrest six suspects in counter-terrorism raidsABC Online
UK anti-terror police say plots containedThe Australian
Armed police shoot woman in burka in London terror raidDaily Mail
The Guardian -Mirror.co.uk -CTV News -wtkr.com
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• Trump Warns That 'Major, Major Conflict' With North Korea Is Possible - New York Times

New York Times

Trump Warns That 'Major, Major Conflict' With North Korea Is Possible
New York Times
President Trump and President Xi Jinping of China at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla., earlier this month. Mr. Trump has urged Mr. Xi to use Beijing's leverage with North Korea. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times. HONG KONG — President Trump warned ...
South Korean concern over Trump free trade threatChannel NewsAsia
US looks to ratchet up global pressure on North Korea at UNCNN
Trump fears 'major, major conflict' with North KoreaBBC News
Business Insider -NPR -USA TODAY -ValueWalk
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• Yassmin Abdel-Magied quiet on oppression of women on recent book tour - The Australian

Whitsunday Times

Yassmin Abdel-Magied quiet on oppression of women on recent book tour
The Australian
Speeches delivered by Muslim activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied during her taxpayer-funded tour of the Middle East and Africa did not include any mention of the oppression of women in the countries she visited. The ABC employee's Department of Foreign ...
Lest we forget and selective national memoryABC Online
The hypocrisy that lies behind the reaction to seven words from Yassmin Abdel-MagiedThe Sydney Morning Herald
Imagine if the Left were held to the same standard that they demand from everybody elseHerald Sun (blog)
SBS (satire) -NT News -The Conversation AU -NEWS.com.au
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• Trump says he thought being president would be easier than his old life - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Trump says he thought being president would be easier than his old life
The Sydney Morning Herald
Washington: He misses driving, feels as if he is in a cocoon, and is surprised how hard his new job is. President Donald Trump on Thursday reflected on his first 100 days in office with a wistful look at his life before the White House. SHARE; Share on ...
Donald Trump's first 100 days: critics are outspoken, fans say give him timeThe Australian Financial Review
Donald Trump on being US President: 'I thought it would be easier'NEWS.com.au
Donald Trump's First 100 Days In Office | Season 28 | THE SIMPSONSYouTube

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• Two teenagers, one from country Victoria and the other, Israel, charged over separate bomb hoaxes to schools - The Age

The Age

Two teenagers, one from country Victoria and the other, Israel, charged over separate bomb hoaxes to schools
The Age
Two teenagers - one from country Victoria and the other half a world away in Israel - have been charged over two separate series of bomb hoaxes to schools across Australia that police are saying are unconnected. The Victorian teen, a 17-year-old from ...

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• AFP officer accessed journalist's call records in metadata breach - ABC Online

ABC Online

AFP officer accessed journalist's call records in metadata breach
ABC Online
id theAn investigator with the Australian Federal Police (AFP) sought and acquired the call records of a journalist without a warrant, Commissioner Andrew Colvin says. Key points: AFP officer was investigating a leak but didn't obtain the proper ...
Police illegally obtained journalist's phone records under new metadata retention regimeThe Sydney Morning Herald
Australian Federal Police admits to metadata breach involving a journalistNEWS.com.au
AFP admits to metadata breachThe Australian
Sky News Australia
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• Ex NT chief unaware of Don Dale incidents - Sky News Australia

Sky News Australia

Ex NT chief unaware of Don Dale incidents
Sky News Australia
Former Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles has told a Royal Commission he can't recall details about dozens of incident that occurred in youth justice during his time in office. Mr Giles called for the Royal Commission into Child Protection ...

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