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'Butcher of Bosnia' Ratoko Mladic found guilty of genocide
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

A UN court convicts former Bosnian Serb army commander Ratko Mladic of genocide and crimes against humanity, and sentences him to life in prison for atrocities perpetrated during Bosnia's 1992-1995 war.

Victoria set to make history as voluntary assisted dying bill passes Upper House
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Historic voluntary assisted dying laws pass Victoria's Upper House after a 28-hour marathon sitting, leaving the state on the brink of becoming the first in the country to legalise the measures for the terminally ill.

'It's a fine line': Rinehart's sway over agriculture policy questioned after $40,000 Joyce award
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

Labor raises concern over the "undue influence" Gina Rinehart has over Barnaby Joyce, who today declined a $40,000 cheque from the billionaire cattle baron after a backlash.

Olivia Mead's battle for a slice of a 'colossal' mining fortune
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

As the "secret daughter" of one of Australia's richest men, few people knew of Olivia Mead's existence. Now her fight for a greater share of an $800 million inheritance has thrust her into the public spotlight.

Analysis: How it all unravelled for Ange Postecoglou
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Ange Postecoglou actually did it — he quit the Socceroos gig on the eve of the World Cup. What would motivate a man to exit stage left right before the big show?

Bring back Aussie Guus: Your verdict on who should be the next Socceroos coach
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

We asked you to name Ange Postecoglou's replacement as Socceroos coach. There was lots of love for Guus Hiddink, but he wasn't your only suggestion

Catholic school apologises for 'suggestive' statue of saint and child
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Blackfriars Priory School says a "potentially suggestive" statue of a saint handing a bread loaf to a child will be redesigned, but adds the initial design looked good on paper.

Parents blame Government for 'toxic river' making kids sick
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

Outback parents are forced to drive their children hundreds of kilometres to bathe after a “man-made drought” exposes them to toxic river water.

Streets workers vote to end public ice cream boycott
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

Summer may have been saved by Streets factory workers, who tonight voted to end to a public boycott of the brand's ice creams after they accepted a wages offer from its multinational owners.

Stranded men slept on car roof as crocodile circled
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

Two terrified men stranded for days in crocodile-infested waters in WA's remote north with dwindling water supplies were forced to take to the roof of their car as one of the animals took a keen interest in their predicament.

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'Butcher of Bosnia' Ratoko Mladic found guilty of genocide

Victoria set to make history as voluntary assisted dying bill passes Upper House

'It's a fine line': Rinehart's sway over agriculture policy questioned after $40,000 Joyce award

Olivia Mead's battle for a slice of a 'colossal' mining fortune

Analysis: How it all unravelled for Ange Postecoglou

Bring back Aussie Guus: Your verdict on who should be the next Socceroos coach

Catholic school apologises for 'suggestive' statue of saint and child

Parents blame Government for 'toxic river' making kids sick

Streets workers vote to end public ice cream boycott

Stranded men slept on car roof as crocodile circled

Nationals leader John Barilaro accused of 'encouraging vigilantes' with gun self-defence inquiry

New prefab buildings to change the concept of the temporary classrooms in NSW

Cory Bernardi's Australian Conservatives set to announce Joram Richa as Bennelong candidate

Katherine Abdallah blamed fat woman with tattoo for fatal stabbing of cousin

Man convicted after murdering 12-year-old stepdaughter at Aberglasslyn

Pamela Tabbaa denies tricking daughter into going to Syria for forced marriage

Finder.com.au misled and deceived users over 'roughly 65,000' comparisons claim: ACCC

Magistrate Graeme Curran fronts court on child abuse charges

Police appeal to anonymous person with information about murder of Hung Robert Tran

'Planned precincts' to match new housing with roads, parks and schools: government

Bring back Aussie Guus: Your verdict on who should be the next Socceroos coach

'It's a fine line': Rinehart's sway over agriculture policy questioned after $40,000 Joyce award

England names four paceman for opening Ashes shoot-out at the Gabba















Sydney Morning Herald

Nationals leader John Barilaro accused of 'encouraging vigilantes' with gun self-defence inquiry
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

The push follows the case of a farmer whose guns were confiscated after a home invasion

New prefab buildings to change the concept of the temporary classrooms in NSW
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

The NSW state government will on Thursday take the first steps to a major redesign of the future NSW school buildings with a new model to replace old style "demountables" with prefabricated structures that are also reconfigurable but contain the high-tech conveniences of permanent classrooms.

Cory Bernardi's Australian Conservatives set to announce Joram Richa as Bennelong candidate
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

Cory Bernardi's Australian Conservatives party is expected to announced that it will be running Joram Richa as its candidate in the Bennelong by-election.

Katherine Abdallah blamed fat woman with tattoo for fatal stabbing of cousin
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

A Sydney woman who fatally stabbed her cousin immediately told lies including blaming a tall, fat Lebanese woman with a tattoo on her hand, a jury has been told.

Man convicted after murdering 12-year-old stepdaughter at Aberglasslyn
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

A man has been convicted of murder after he killed his stepdaughter at their home two years ago.

Pamela Tabbaa denies tricking daughter into going to Syria for forced marriage
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

Pamela Tabbaa feared that her teenage daughter would run away if she knew that her trip to the Middle East might wind up in her staying with her non-English speaking grandmother in Syria for the next few years, so she decided not to tell her that part of the arrangement.

Finder.com.au misled and deceived users over 'roughly 65,000' comparisons claim: ACCC
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Finder has paid a penalty and removed the claim from its website but insists there was no intention to mislead.

Magistrate Graeme Curran fronts court on child abuse charges
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

A suspended sitting NSW magistrate accused of sexually abusing a teenage boy in the early 1980s has had his matter adjourned to next year.

Police appeal to anonymous person with information about murder of Hung Robert Tran
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Police are appealing to an anonymous member of the community who contacted authorities this week with credible information about the 2016 shooting murder of Robert Tran.

'Planned precincts' to match new housing with roads, parks and schools: government
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

The state government is pushing back against criticism of its housing development zones across Sydney.

Coogee Beach tops list of ambulance call-outs for spinal injuries
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Coogee Beach has the highest number of ambulance call-outs for suspected spinal injuries across the entire NSW coastline.

Canberra man killed in motorcycle crash in Snowy Mountains
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Police have been told a BMW motorcycle and a Hyundai Tucson crashed head on.

Corrupt AFP officer Benjamin Hampton jailed for 11 months
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

A former Australian Federal Police officer has been jailed for at least 11 months for leaking internal police information and corruptly receiving thousands of dollars.

Man spotted photographing children at school
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

A man has reportedly been photographing students from outside a school in NSW's Lake Macquarie area.

Part of the job: Scott Marsh not taking backlash against his controversial murals personally
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

After a week of vandalism against his street artworks, Sydney artist Scott Marsh has said attempts to deface his murals were disappointing but are simply part of the job.

The West Australian

WA deal with Chinese online travel company (AAP)
Posted on Sunday November 12, 2017

The WA government has signed a memorandum of understanding with one of the world's largest online retail travel companies in a bid to attract more visitors.

Indian sailors in WA for historic journey (AAP)
Posted on Wednesday November 01, 2017

Six women from India, who are embarking on an historic circumnavigation of the world on a sailing boat, have visited WA.

UFC championship fight coming to Perth (AAP)
Posted on Tuesday October 31, 2017

An Ultimate Fighting Championship event will be held in Perth next year and is expected to inject $7.25 million into the WA economy.

Rottnest a jewel for WA tourism (AAP)
Posted on Tuesday October 24, 2017

In 1696, a European visitor named it Rottnest Island after mistaking quokkas for rats. Today it is a drawcard for tourists and holiday makers.

Rottnest revamp to attract more visitors (AAP)
Posted on Tuesday October 24, 2017

The WA government hopes refurbishments and new ventures on Rottnest Island will attract more visitors from Australia and overseas.

Perth cops overnight drenching (The West Australian)
Posted on Sunday December 11, 2016

Lawns across Perth will be grateful of an unseasonal downpour overnight.

$50m upgrade for SAS homes (The West Australian)
Posted on Sunday December 11, 2016

A revised major redevelopment of homes for Special Air Service Regiment families in Swanbourne will cost almost $50 million, with the Government selling the plan as a boost for local tradies hit by the mining downturn.

Non-stop flights to London get wings (The West Australian)
Posted on Friday December 09, 2016

Qantas and the operators of Perth Airport are poised to strike a deal within days to allow the first non-stop flights from Australia to Europe through the airline’s domestic terminal.

People before sharks, says family (The West Australian)
Posted on Friday December 09, 2016

The children of Perth’s most recent fatal shark attack victim have broken their silence to reveal they want people to be put first to stop other families suffering the pain inflicted on their family.

Victim sues attacker’s estate (The West Australian)
Posted on Friday December 09, 2016

The victim of the Carlisle siege is suing the estate of the man who took her hostage at knife-point in a bid to get compensation for the permanent injuries she suffered during the deadly police rescue operation.

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