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Hamish Blake and Andy Lee share their biggest fears for their future careers

By Candice Jackson For Daily Mail Australia Published: 14:54 BST, 16 June 2018 | Updated: 15:04 BST, 16 June 2018 Hamish & Andy’s new podcast series has already recorded more than one million downloads per week, with the funnymen set to go global very soon. But despite the best friend’s long-standing success in TV and radio, Hamish Blake and Andy ...

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Man treated for spinal injuries after falling down Adelaide mine shaft

A 22-year-old man was airlifted to the hospital after falling down a mine shaft Daniel Cotter, the victim, was searching for opals in the outback town at night   Local state emergency services and fire crews were called in for the rescue  Mr Cotter is being examined for a suspected leg fracture and spinal injury By Bianca Bongato For Daily Mail ...

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Delta Goodrem responds to backlash over Olivia Newton-John biopic

By Marta Jary For Daily Mail Australia Published: 14:04 BST, 16 June 2018 | Updated: 15:07 BST, 16 June 2018 Delta Goodrem has responded to criticism of her performance in the Olivia: Hopelessly Devoted To You biopic.  The 33-year-old singer tells this week’s issue of Stellar magazine that she’s proud of her work on the miniseries, and tried her best in ...

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New programs helping to reduce number of children in out-of-home care

Indigenous Australians Indigenous investigations Former Ozchild chief Dea Delaney-Thiele says programs are making a difference but should be run by Aboriginal health sector <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> Dea Delaney-Thiele says it’s important Facs case workers get a handle on the early intervention models before they remove children. Photograph: Bullinah Aboriginal health If anybody knows how to navigate the ...

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'Never again': Malcolm Turnbull vows to get even with Labor over 'Mediscare'

Malcolm Turnbull PM promises party faithful he will counter ‘Labor lies’ with social media tactics of his own <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull speaks at the 60th Federal Council of the Liberal Party in Sydney on Saturday. Photograph: Joel Carrett/AAP Still smarting over Labor’s 2016 “Mediscare” campaign, Malcolm Turnbull laid out a key strategy for ...

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Labor MP deletes his tweet about 'rape prevention tips'

Labor MP Darren West deleted his tweet after sharing ’10 rape prevention tips’ The list of advice is believed to have originated from a meme on website 9GAG It tells men not to rape women when they’re asleep and other common scenarios Mr West said he didn’t believe the post trivialises or mocks the ‘serious issue’ His post comes just days ...

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Nike apologizes after revealing a new logo that looks too much like the Naval Academy Crest

Nike and sneaker seller Undefeated announced a World Cup inspired collection The comparisons between the Nike logo and the USNA crest came swiftly Naval Academy announced plans to bring in lawyers to stop Nike from using it Nike backed down, apologizing and pulling the limited edition collection   By Associated Press and Daily Mail Online Reporter Published: 04:29 BST, 16 June ...

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Undercover at Bilderberg – the world's most elitist secret society

Secret conference of the global liberal elite held in luxury hotel on police lockdown for three days  Elusive annual ‘Bilderberg Conference’ is always protected by anti-terror police, military and a no-fly zone  Attended by figureheads of politics, business, banking, academia, royalty, telecoms, technology For the first time in its 66-year history a journalist penetrated security to go undercover at the ...

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Tribute grows to Eurydice Dixon

7 News Saturday, 16 June 2018 3:40PM Tribute grows to Eurydice Dixon 7 News Facebook Icon Twitter Icon Email Icon Link Icon A floral tribute to Eurydice Dixon continues to grow as the Princes Park community mourns the death of the aspiring comic. Click here to Read from the source

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Eurydice Dixon murder: Local community mourns as floral tribute to aspiring comic grows

Their knees muddy and their arms linked, rival footballers stand in silence around the flowers that are piling up where Eurydice Dixon was killed. The Uni Blacks and St Bernard’s players are sending a message at Princes Park in Melbourne, a place that holds new meaning now. “Let’s start to show women the respect they deserve, fellas,” one of the ...

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