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1 hr ago | Sydney Morning Herald

Rivers of gold: Raids take shine off alleged scam that has cost taxpayers an estimated $200m

When the illicit river of gold was discovered, it was believed to be one of Australia's largest tax fraud operations.

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5 hrs ago | Free Republic

Brisbane (Australia) hits coldest temperature in 103 years

If you are lucky enough to be reading this from the comfort of your blankets, it might be best to stay there, as Brisbane has hit its coldest temperatures in 103 years.

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10 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

Setback in bid to bring murder suspect to justice

THE children of murder victim Graziella Dailler are seeking a Coronial inquest into her death and want those who break domestic violence intervention orders to be electronically monitored.

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14 hrs ago | WHAS11

Fireball as Russian space junk 'belly flops' to Earth above Australia

A fireball the size of a small truck, which shot through the sky over Australia Thursday night, was space junk from Russia's Soyuz rocket, astronomers said.

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18 hrs ago | Yahoo!

No place for radical extremists: Bishop

The government will do everything it can to ensure Australians don't become radicalised overseas and bring their extremist views back home, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says.

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Fri Jul 11, 2014

The Age

Carbon tax chaos: how it all went wrong

Labor's price on carbon remains despite Tony Abbott's vow to kill it off in the first week of the new Senate.

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Suria

Australian sheep punched, stamped on and...

Footage showing sheep being violently abused by shearers -- including being punched in the face and hit with tools -- was condemned Friday by Australia's Agriculture Minister as "exceptional and cruel".

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Russia Taday

Mystery 'meteor' burning over Australian sky baffles eyewitnesses

A bright object that dazzled in the sky over Australia left people confused. Social media was abuzz with the pictures of the mystery fireball, with users claiming it was either a plane crashing into the ocean or a 'meteor.'

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McGill Reporter

Radio-burst discovery deepens astrophysics mystery

The discovery of a split-second burst of radio waves by scientists using the Arecibo radio telescope in Puerto Rico provides important new evidence of mysterious pulses that appear to come from deep in outer space.

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ABC News

Royal commission into sex abuse: Former DPP backs prosecutor's advice to drop Volkers sex charges

A former New South Wales director of public prosecutions has backed advice that sexual abuse charges against swim coach Scott Volkers should not have been be reinstated.

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Channelnewsasia.com

'Bamboo ceiling' hampering Asians in Australia

A "bamboo ceiling" exists in Australia for Asians entering positions of power in business, education and politics, the country's race discrimination commissioner has suggested.

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Science Daily

Low back pain? Don't blame the weather

Sudden, acute episodes of low back pain are not linked to weather conditions such as temperature, humidity, air pressure, wind direction and precipitation, researchers have determined.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

Russia Taday

Outrage as Australian judge says incest, pedophilia 'may be accepted' by society

An Australian judge has incurred the wrath of child protection and gay rights advocates after stating that incest and pedophilia may no longer be considered taboo - just as gay relationships are now more accepted than they were in the 1950s and 60s.

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Examiner

$1m Launceston drug bust | VIDEO & PHOTOS

POLICE have seized more than $1 million in ice, ecstasy and LSD in what's been hailed as one of Launceston's biggest drug busts.

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Sydney Morning Herald

Twist in Myer's fake resume scandal

Myer is preparing to hand over a dossier to fraud squad investigators after it was duped into hiring a senior executive who faked his CV.

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Earth & Sky

Bright meteor lights up skies over southeastern Australia on July 10

The Australia Bureau of Meteorology, which received reports of the July 10 meteor around 10 p.m., said it could be natural debris from space or artificial space junk.

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ContactMusic.com

Heath Ledger's Father Saddened By Ryan Corr's Drug Arrest

Heath Ledger 's father has expressed his sadness after the actor who received his son's scholarship fund was arrested on suspicion of drug possession.

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ABC News

Four charged over $1m drug haul in Launceston

Four people have been charged in northern Tasmania after a raid which netted $1 million in illicit drugs and firearms.

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West Australian

Foreign property buyers fall away

The latest NAB residential property index found while house price growth eased between April and June, so did interest from overseas buyers.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

Truthdig

Rooftop Solar Power in Australia Forced Fossil Fuel Plants to Give Away Free Electricity

An explosion of rooftop solar cells combined with low demand made for some funny accounting in Queensland, Australia last week.

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