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How thieves are stealing Qantas frequent flyer points.

‘Falsely inflated’Labor slams ‘imaginary’ Elizabeth Quay visitor numbers New adQantas Dreamliner a game-changer Wee problem‘I had to pee:’ Man kicked off flight for toilet break Handful leftTickets snapped up on non-stop Perth to London flight Click here to Read from the source

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Heartless thieves steal from dead Esperance man’s home

Heartless thieves have broken into a dead Esperance man’s home. The home of an elderly Esperance man allegedly bashed to death by his granddaughter last month has been burgled. Esperance police said the home was empty when an intruder/s climbed through a window some time between 5pm last Thursday and 4.30pm on Sunday. Televisions, DVD players, a wallet, jewellery and ...

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Turmoil as Fairfax cuts spark staff strike

Journalists at Fairfax Media have gone on strike over the company’s move to slash a quarter of its newsroom staff on the same day its growth ambitions in New Zealand were blocked by regulators, setting the scene for further cost cuts. Editorial staff at Fairfax, publisher of mastheads including the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, held stop-work meetings and ...

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Morley mum aims to stop spiralling suicide rate in young Perth teens

A mother who lost her child to suicide says she wants to help others. A Morley mum who lost her 13-year-old son to suicide says she’s on a mission to save other young lives. Debra Brumby wants to hold talks with students to stop the biggest killer of young people in Australia. “We’re never going to get my boy back,” ...

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Bobo on verge of re-signing with Sydney FC

Sydney FC striker Bobo is set to sign a marquee contract extension with the A-League grand finalists Sydney FC striker Bobo is set to sign a marquee contract extension with the A-League grand finalists by next week. The Brazilian $1 million man has effectively sealed his future with Graham Arnold’s record-breaking premiers following an impressive debut campaign featuring 15 goals ...

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Carney in full circle for A-League decider

Eleven years, eight clubs and six countries after winning his first A-League title with Sydney FC, David Carney is on the verge of a second. Carney had only just made his Socceroos debut when the then 22-year-old started the inaugural grand final in 2006, a 1-0 win over Central Coast at Allianz Stadium. Footy Tipping and Fantasy competition with $150,000 ...

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Aussie caught up in Colombian cocaine bust set for plea deal

Cassie Sainsbury’s lawyer speaks to 7 News. An Australian woman charged with cocaine smuggling in Colombia is now negotiating a plea deal in exchange for a short sentence. Cassandra Sainsbury was arrested at Bogota last month when six kilograms of cocaine was allegedly found in her luggage when searched. Her lawyer wants the 22-year-old to confess in a bid to ...

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Tomic in rare back-to-back clay wins

Much-maligned Bernard Tomic has achieved something he hasn’t managed to do since 2012 – win back-to-back ATP tour matches on clay. The 40th-ranked Australian, in something of a rut this season with five first round losses, scored a battling 7-5 6-3 second round win over Brazilian Rogerio Dutra Silva at the Istanbul Open. Footy Tipping and Fantasy competition with $150,000 ...

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Buckley talks up De Goey, Reid in AFL

Jordan De Goey has done his AFL penance and when Ben Reid returns, it will be in defence. But coach Nathan Buckley would not confirm if two of Collingwood’s best 22 players will return this Saturday for their massive game against fierce rivals Carlton. Footy Tipping and Fantasy competition with $150,000 in prizes up for grabs! The MCG blockbuster will ...

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Motorcyclist arrested after leading officers on Mitchell Freeway chase

The motorcyclist allegedly hit speeds of up to 200km/h. A 21-year-old motorcyclist has been arrested after he allegedly led police on a high speed chase on the Mitchell Freeway. It’s alleged the man failed to stop for officers near Powis Street at 11.15am on Wednesday. The police airwing was then called in to track the man through several streets in ...

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