Listen: Russell St bomber speaks after parole all-clear

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Evil cop killer Craig “Fatty” Minogue has spoken out using a bizarre football analogy after being given the all-clear to apply for parole after a High Court ruling. Click here to Read from the source

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COLES pre-packed meat causes horror for vegetarian mother after she found a whole chicken HEAD

A vegetarian mum made a gruesome discovery when buying treats for her dog  Bonnie Aungle, 33, from New South Wales purchased chicken necks from Coles  Aungle horrifically found a dead chicken head at the bottom of the packet  She was traumatised by the finding as it is confronting for a vegetarian GRAPHIC WARNING: Coles are investigating the incident with their ...

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Princess Eugenie joins sister Beatrice at Serpentine party

Party princesses! Beatrice swaps her Ascot hat for a cocktail dress as she joins Eugenie and her fiancé Jack Brooksbank at the Serpentine Summer Party after a day at the races Eugenie, 28, joined fiancé Jack Brooksbank at the black tie do Her sister Beatrice, 29, were also at the star-studded summer bash in London Earlier the York sisters joined ...

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Elizabeth Mary Isherwood died after getting trapped naked in airing cupboard

Elizabeth Mary Isherwood died during a week-long stay at a Welsh holiday home  She had arrived at the Plas Talgarth holiday complex near Machynlleth alone  An inquest heard she became trapped when the cupboard’s door knob came off A maintenance worker found her body after water poured through the ceiling By Alexander Robertson and Khaleda Rahman For Mailonline Published: 22:50 ...

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Tax time: Work expenses and holiday home rental claims to come under ATO scrutiny

June is here which can mean only one thing: tax time is just around the corner. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is on a mission to bridge the gap between what Australians are paying and what they should be paying. In its crosshairs this year are work expenses relating to your car and clothing, as well as holiday home rentals. ...

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Barnaby Joyce’s ex wife Natalie wanted ‘to throw brick at TV’

Barnaby Joyce’s ex-wife has broken her silence on her husband’s extramarital affair, saying she believes the former deputy prime minister is on the verge of a breakdown. Natalie Joyce has also hit out at her ex-husband and his new partner Vikki Campion for their paid television tell-all interview, labelling it an “absolute disgrace”. Mr Joyce has previously pinned the interview ...

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Australia golf champion Thomson dies

Peter Thomson, one of Australia’s greatest golfers and a five-time Open Championship winner, has died aged 88. Thomson had been suffering from Parkinson’s disease for more than four years and died at his home in Melbourne on Wednesday, Golf Australia said. In 1954, he became the first Australian to claim the Open Championship in Britain. He is survived by his ...

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Australia launches national inquiry into sexual harassment

Australia has announced that it will hold a national inquiry into workplace sexual harassment. The investigation is in part a response to the global #MeToo movement against sexual misconduct, Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins said. The government described the inquiry, to take 12 months, as the most comprehensive of its type globally. It will aim to implement sweeping standards, including ...

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'I just want to be together': the family separated between Nauru and Australia – video

Play Video 3:25 Narges, a Hazara refugee from Afghanistan living in Nauru is pleading to be reunited with her family. Her mother was transferred to Villawood detention centre to receive medical treatment four years ago – where her sister is also held – and Narges has not seen them since. Click here to Read from the source

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Fitzroy River plan can avoid Murray-Darling mistakes, traditional owners say

Indigenous Australians Native title groups form council to urge scientific approach as pastoralists lobby for access <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> Dr Anne Poelina said traditional owners living along the Fitzroy river had already noticed negative effects following recent water allocations Photograph: Supplied by the Kimberley Land Council. Traditional owners in the Kimberley have called for the Western Australian ...

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