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Young mother films her sickening assault

Sunrise Friday, 15 June 2018 6:28AM Young mother films her sickening assault Sunrise Facebook Icon Twitter Icon Email Icon Link Icon The quick thinking mother managed to record the man attacking her at a Gold Coast beach Click here to Read from the source

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Furious Rebel Wilson slams 'not fair' court decision

Sunrise Friday, 15 June 2018 6:33AM Furious Rebel Wilson slams ‘not fair’ court decision Sunrise Facebook Icon Twitter Icon Email Icon Link Icon The actress will appeal against the court’s decision to slash her payout from $4.5 million to $600,000 Click here to Read from the source

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Power companies less trusted than banks

Australians believe their banks and internet providers are giving them better value for money than their electricity companies. The latest review of retail energy competition has blamed confusing energy offers and higher prices for confidence plummeting. Trust in the sector is at just 39 per cent, down from 50 per cent last year. The report produced by the Australian Energy ...

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Tim Cahill ready to make World Cup history

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Cahill could join the likes of the great Pele and become just the fourth player to score at four consecutive World Cups Click here to Read from the source

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Pop star Robbie Williams mars World Cup opening ceremony

Robbie Williams marred what had been a vintage performance of his greatest hits during the World Cup’s opening ceremony by signing off with an obscene hand gesture. The Briton was the star turn of a colourful, 15-minute performance at the Luzhniki Stadium which featured a duet of ‘Angels’ with Russian soprano Aida Garifullina, lots of dancers and Brazil’s two-time world ...

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Hyundai i30 N primed for track action

Hyundai’s i30 N has shattered the establishment as a hot-hatch road car — but what about as a motorsport contender? The Korean brand has made no secret of it wanting i30 N buyers to hit the racetrack; Hyundai’s five-year warranty extending to non-timed track use testament to that. However, that’s no reason to limit yourself. Hyundai Australia kindly loaned me ...

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Regional women gone, but not forgotten

Courage, determination and persistence are three key words when describing the Lower South West’s heritage and this is just as true when talking about the region’s women over the years. The region’s pioneers and farmers of years gone by are integral to the region’s past but Manjimup’s Ron Quaife and Yvonne Phillips are looking for more to be done to ...

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Artist entombed under Hobart street

For three days Mike Parr will meditate, draw and read while buried underneath a busy main road in Hobart’s city centre. Hundreds gathered at Macquarie Street on Thursday night to watch the 73-year-old performance artist enter a steel container and have the road sealed above him as part of Tasmania’s annual Dark Mofo festival. Oxygen will be pumped into the ...

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Charities push back at interference laws

Charities are pushing back against proposed foreign interference laws which they fear could stifle their ability to raise funds and silence their community advocacy. A broad alliance of charities, not-for-profits and community groups have raised serious concerns about three pieces of legislation aimed at addressing foreign interference in Australian politics. The groups fear they will be cut off from international ...

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Gatland rings Wales changes against Pumas

Wales head coach Warren Gatland has made five changes to the side that beat Argentina last weekend ahead of the second and final Test. Ellis Jenkins, Tomas Francis, Ryan Elias, Aled Davies and Owen Watkin have been called into the squad while forward Cory Hill keeps hold of the captain’s armband after leading the side to a commanding 23-10 win ...

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