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  1. BrewDog exploring options for first Australian breweryRead the original story

    8 min ago | Scotsman.com

    Fresh from appointing a managing director for its US arm, craft beer maker BrewDog has named its "top dog" for Australia as it eyes possible sites for its first brewery Down Under. Zarah Prior, who previously held the role of "head of people" at the Aberdeenshire-based firm, has been tasked with identifying locations for its new production facility.

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  2. Monthlong Talisman Saber drills conclude with ceremony aboard USS Ronald ReaganRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Stars and Stripes

    U.S. and Australian forces wrapped up their largest joint, biennial war games Tuesday during a ceremony aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan near Brisbane. The monthlong Talisman Saber drills involved more than 33,000 troops, 26 ships and 200 aircraft taking part in "high-end warfighting scenarios" to "innovatively prepare for regional and global security challenges," the Navy said before the exercise kicked off aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard near Sydney on June 29. Coalition forces - including Canadian, Japanese and New Zealand troops - then spent the next month battling a free-thinking, unencumbered and fast-moving foe modeled after China and Russia.

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  3. On The Road and In Your BackyardRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Balloon Juice

    So far, this feature has been about travel, with the occasional "local" picture or two. I think limiting this to just travel is just that - limiting.

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  4. Section 44 claims Matt Canavan a but via the High Court?Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Crikey

    Another politician has fallen foul of s44 of the constitution -- although because it's a minister, the government will race to the High Court to try to save him. Resources Minister and Queensland Liberal National Party senator Matt Canavan has resigned from cabinet after discovering he may hold dual Italian citizenship, potentially rendering him ineligible to hold office under s44 of the constitution.

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  5. Senator Matt Canavan caught up in dual citizenshipRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    'She doesn't know what happened': Devastated parents of girl, 18, who live-streamed car crash which left her 14-year-old sister dead say it's ruined their lives and the older daughter needs help The Uber ride from hell: Horrified passenger films 'intoxicated prostitute in the front seat performing oral sex on driver - and all company did was offer $10 credit' He's sprung a leak! Donald Trump appears to confirm the existence of a classified CIA operation in Syria in late night Twitter rant about the 'Amazon Washington Post' John McCain to return to Senate on Tuesday for crucial Obamacare vote just days after announcing he has brain cancer Last orca born in captivity at SeaWorld dies aged just three months old after the amusement park ended its breeding program last year San Diego English teacher refuses to answer whether she is American to border patrol and is held for more than an hour ... (more)

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  6. Former member speaks out against Dapto Pastor Kevin HarrisRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Illawarra Mercury

    A former member of a hard-line Christian sect based in Dapto has spoken out about the church leader's harmful attitudes towards women. The Illawarra Community Baptist Church in Dapto, which is headed by Pastor Kevin Harris whose hard-line views have come under fire.

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  7. Cyber warfare adding extra complexitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    Evolving technological capabilities are adding a complex cyber warfare component to defence operations like the joint US and Australian training exercise off Queensland, a top American admiral says. The comments from the commander of the United States Pacific Fleet, Admiral Scott Swift, came as Operation Talisman Sabre wound up on Tuesday.

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  8. Gabba Test ticket sales 'strong' despite uncertainty over Ashes seriesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Cricket Australia insists the pay dispute has not taken a toll on ticket sales for the first Ashes Test in Brisbane, with punters and corporates continuing to book even with a cloud hanging over the series. Queensland Cricket and CA are making preparations as though the series will begin with the traditional first ball on Thursday, November 23, despite players and administrators remaining at loggerheads about a new collective bargaining agreement.

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  9. Do female dingo–dog hybrids breed like dingoes or dogs?Read the original story

    4 hrs ago | CSIRO Publishing

    ... was investigated by determining the breeding seasonality of female dingo-dog hybrids in south-east Queensland, Australia, through evaluating macroscopic and histological features of 71 female reproductive tracts. All animals were sourced from urban ...

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  10. Queensland chief scientist Professor Suzanne Miller sidelined over fraud chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | NorCalBlogs

    The Australian ABC is reporting that Professor Suzanne Miller has been stood aside as Queensland's chief scientist after being charged with fraud by the Crime and Corruption Commission . "Professor Miller, who is also the CEO and director of the Queensland Museum Network, is expected to appear in the Brisbane Magistrates court on August 8. Bail conditions include that Professor Miller must surrender her UK and Australian passports."

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  11. Palaszczuk counsels Agriculture Minister Bill Byrne over foul rantRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says she'll make Agriculture Minister Bill Byrne apologise to the disability sector after he launched an expletive- laden tirade directed at her office. Mr Byrne reportedly called Ms Palaszczuk's staff "f---tards" in response to their request he travel 60km to attend a media opportunity with the premier in far north Queensland earlier this month.

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  12. Kevin Belingon meets Reece McLaren in title eliminator boutRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | ABS-CBN News

    Kevin "The Silencer" Belingon is one win away from once again challenging for the ONE Championship bantamweight title. ONE Championship is set to return for another great night of fights in Kuala Lumpur's Stadium Negara on 18 August with ONE: QUEST FOR GREATNESS in Malaysia.

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  13. Aidee Walker on playing Lee-Anne Cartier, the 'force' who caught her brother's killerRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    Catching The Black Widow tells the story of Lee-Anne Cartier, who helped bring her brother's killer Helen Milner to justice. The amateur detective work of Nisbet's sister, Lee-Anne Cartier, was crucial in proving Milner had killed Nisbet with an overdose of the anti-allergy medication Phenergan.

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  14. US, Australian 'war games' exercise endsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Yahoo!

    A joint military training exercise between US and Australian forces off the Queensland coast has officially drawn to a close. More than 30,000 personnel were involved in the three-week Operation Talisman Sabre, a mid-intensity war-fighting exercise involving air, land and maritime training.

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  15. Minister counselled over foul-mouthed rantRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Otago Daily Times

    Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has counselled Agriculture Minister Bill Byrne after he launched an expletive-laden tirade directed at her office. Mr Byrne reportedly called Ms Palaszczuk's staff "f---tards" in response to their request to travel 60km to attend a media opportunity with the premier in far north Queensland earlier this month.

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  16. Qld paying too much for power: ACCCRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    THE head of Australia's consumer watchdog says Queenslanders have been paying too much for their "gold-plated" electricity system, burdening households and causing job losses. Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chair Rod Sims says an over-reaction to storm damage and a concentration of electricity generators are among several reasons for the state's high prices.

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  17. Rugby league player sues for 'illegal' tackle brain injuryRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Father-of-three sues rival footy club for $1.4 million claiming a tackle left him with such a severe brain injury he can't remember his daughter's birth A rugby league player is suing an opposing player and his club for $1.4 million over a brain injury caused by an alleged illegal tackle. Liam Cullen was knocked unconscious when he was hit in the head by a 'swinging arm tackle' in a A-grade country rugby league match in Queensland on July 27, 2014.

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  18. Ninja Warrior's Jack Wilson explains budgie smugglersRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    'I'm proud of my culture': Australia's first Indigenous Ninja Warrior Jack Wilson explains why he competes wearing nothing but budgie smugglers Ninja Warrior competitor Jack Wilson is known for tackling the obstacle course in nothing but a pair of budgie smugglers. But as Australia's first Indigenous Ninja, the 23-year-old says it's all for a good cause, and that's to bring light to the heritage of which he is immensely proud.

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  19. CQUniversity's first graduate reminisces as the institution marks 50 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | ABC News

    As Australia's largest regional university marks 50 years as an education provider and 25 as a fully fledged university, its first graduate reflects on the early days of the institution and his own career. Today CQUniversity has more than 30,000 students, and locations across Australia and overseas, but it all started in 1967 with 71 students on a tiny campus nestled in bushland north of Rockhampton.

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  20. Cure for gas crisis could be worse than the diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

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