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Source claims Carrie Bickmore is 'beyond annoyed' with Lisa Wilkinson

By Andrew Court For Daily Mail Australia Published: 00:56 BST, 18 June 2018 | Updated: 02:09 BST, 18 June 2018 The Project’s Carrie Bickmore is said to be ‘filthy’ that co-host Lisa Wilkinson is being given the show’s VIP interviews and overseas assignments, despite only joining the program four months ago. On Monday, Woman’s Day quoted sources as saying that ...

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Chilling audio records the moment brave girl hiding in a cupboard calls police to help catch burglar

A girl can be heard in recording calling police while intruder ransacked her home Kate Luong, 10, was forced to hide in closet and call triple-zero after the break-in Kate’s family had left her at their Melbourne property for half an hour on May 31 Police arrested and charged 46-year-old Springvale man after arriving on scene By Sam Duncan and Cait ...

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Today show commentator slams feminists after comedian was ‘raped and murdered’ in Melbourne

Today show commentator has slammed feminists for expecting men to change  Miranda Devine spoke about need for women to use ‘common sense’ in public Comments come after Eurydice Dixon was allegedly murdered and raped   The 22-year-old comedian walked home in Melbourne park before body found By Emily Pidgeon For Daily Mail Australia Published: 01:58 BST, 18 June 2018 | Updated: ...

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Vandals paint offensive markings at Eurydice Dixon’s Princes Park memorial site

Vandals have painted lewd markings on a makeshift memorial site for rape and murder victim Eurydice Dixon overnight. Police patrolling Princes Park made the discovery about 3.50am. Fire crews used water and brooms to remove the offensive material, reportedly 25 metres in size, which appeared to be deliberately painted next to the floral memorial at the park. Park workers covered ...

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Tim Storer asks crossbench colleagues to prioritise tax relief for lowest paid

Australian politics Key senator urges undecided Greens to join Labor and split bill to block costly cuts for high earners <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> Derryn Hinch talks to Tim Storer in the Senate. Storer has urged his colleagues to back Labor’s bid to pass tax cuts for low income earners but not high-flyers. Photograph: Mike Bowers for the ...

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Australian firms told to catch up on climate change risk checks

Climate change New report says Australian companies lag behind international organisations <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> The report says that while some of Australia’s bigger companies have sophisticated models in place for thinking about climate change, more need to to do so. Photograph: David Crosling/AAP Australian companies are not doing enough work to model the risks of climate change ...

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'Not safe, not wanted': is the end of NT fracking ban a taste of things to come?

Environment Our wide brown land ‘Not safe, not wanted’: is the end of NT fracking ban a taste of things to come? The NT government has lifted its fracking moratorium despite fierce opposition, reflecting the war of attrition being waged by gas companies <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> People stand outside Origin Energy’s annual general meeting to protest against ...

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An unconventional gas boom: the rise of CSG in Australia

Energy Our wide brown land In two decades coal seam gas has come to account for 30% of gas production. Here’s how the picture varies state to state Sun 17 Jun 2018 19.00 BST Last modified on Sun 17 Jun 2018 19.01 BST Australia’s production of coal seam gas has risen exponentially since 1995, going from zero to 30% of the country’s ...

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Coalition shows no sign of closing gap to Labor in latest Newspoll

Australian politics Labor leads 52%-48% on two-party basis as One Nation falls to just 6% of primary vote <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> Malcolm Turnbull is still preferred prime minister, but the Coalition continues to trail Labor in the Newspoll. Photograph: Joel Carrett/AAP Labor continues to lead the Coalition on a two-party-preferred basis while Malcolm Turnbull is still preferred ...

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Mike Parr emerges after three days buried beneath Hobart street

Dark Mofo 2018 Road workers dig through bitumen to lift lid on performance artist’s steel box <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> Mike Parr appears to cheers after being encased for three days beneath a Hobart street during Dark Mofo. Photograph: Rob Blakers/EPA The Australian performance artist Mike Parr is back above ground after spending three days buried beneath a ...

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