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11/18/2018
Nine-month-old girl found dead on Surfers Paradise Beach on Gold Coast - ABC News


ABC News

Nine-month-old girl found dead on Surfers Paradise Beach on Gold Coast
ABC News
Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a nine-month-old girl whose body was discovered on a popular Gold Coast beach overnight, less than a kilometre from the schoolies celebrations hub.
Baby girl found dead on Surfers Paradise beachThe Australian
Baby girl found dead at Surfers Paradise beach, homicide detectives looking into motiveNEWS.com.au

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11/18/2018
Labor's negative gearing policy a 'nuclear bomb', says Aussie John Symond - Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

Labor's negative gearing policy a 'nuclear bomb', says Aussie John Symond
Daily Telegraph
Federal Labor's negative gearing reforms would be a “nuclear bomb” for the Australian property market which could tip Australia into recession, Aussie Home Loans founder John Symond says. Mr Symond has hit out at the Labor's plan to limit negative ...
Labor's negative gearing 'hand grenade' will hit house prices: Aussie John SymondHerald Sun
Labor's negative gearing plan to hit like a bomb: John SymondThe Australian

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11/18/2018
NSW man dies on Himalayan mountain descent after rock fall - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

NSW man dies on Himalayan mountain descent after rock fall
The Sydney Morning Herald
An Australian man has died after a falling rock severed his climbing ropes as he descended a peak near Mount Everest in eastern Nepal. Michael Davis, from Newcastle, was with a group of 15 climbers on Thursday when the freak accident happened on the ...
How 'freak accident' claimed life of Australian adventurer on Ama Dablam9news.com.au
Australian climber killed in Mt Ama Dablam rockfallHimalayan Times
Newcastle mountain climber Michael Geoffrey Davis dies in Himalayan rock fallNewcastle Herald

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11/18/2018
Victoria top cop backs Shire Ali bailing - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Victoria top cop backs Shire Ali bailing
NEWS.com.au
Victoria's chief policeman has "absolutely" backed the decision to bail Hassan Khalif Shire Ali for routine traffic offences before his deadly terror attack in central Melbourne. Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton on Monday said granting bail for the ...
'Not the main issue': Ashton defends failure to reveal Shire Ali bailThe Age
Chief Commissioner admits he avoided question about Bourke St terrorist's bail on night of attack3AW

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11/18/2018
60 Minutes: Victim of Hillsong Church founder's pedophile father says childhood was destroyed by sexual abuse - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

60 Minutes: Victim of Hillsong Church founder's pedophile father says childhood was destroyed by sexual abuse
9news.com.au
Brett Sengstock never wanted it to come to this. For most of his life he never wanted his face to be on the television. He never wanted anyone to know who he was. But then he changed his mind, because he does want people to know his story, and he does ...
Kiwi pastor: Sex abuser's victim finally speaks out after decades of shameNew Zealand Herald
Crossing the line 60 Minutes Extras 2018, Exclusive Content - 9Now9Now

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11/18/2018
Man admits to murdering father and dumping body in Victorian mine shaft - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

Man admits to murdering father and dumping body in Victorian mine shaft
9news.com.au
A Victorian man has pleaded guilty to brutally killing his father and dumping his body in an abandoned mine. Nathan Missen faced the Supreme Court in Melbourne this morning, where he made the admission. The court heard as his father, Mark Missen, lay ...

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11/18/2018
Minister chides colleagues over embassy - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Minister chides colleagues over embassy
NEWS.com.au
Defence Minister Christopher Pyne has chided his cabinet colleagues for debating in public the delicate foreign policy of shifting Australia's embassy in Israel. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has argued relocating the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem ...
Tony Abbott calls on Scott Morrison to move Australia's embassy to Jerusalem, defy pressure from Muslim neighboursThe Australian
Why PM must stand firm on IsraelNews Mail
Andrew Bolt | Andrew Bolt Blog | Herald SunHerald Sun

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11/18/2018
Matthew Guy's embarrassing Frankston beach cafe gaffe as owner found to be drug criminal - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Matthew Guy's embarrassing Frankston beach cafe gaffe as owner found to be drug criminal
Herald Sun
The owner of a cafe visited by Opposition Leader Matthew Guy this morning has been convicted of cultivating illicit drugs. Mr Guy kicked off the last week of the state election campaign by visiting Frankston's Beach 162, where he met with Mariam Jamil ...

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11/18/2018
Victorian Labor promises baby bundles for new parents, tax breaks to encourage paternity leave - ABC News

ABC News

Victorian Labor promises baby bundles for new parents, tax breaks to encourage paternity leave
ABC News
Victorian Labor is promising to provide all first-time parents with a bundle of baby products, and expand tax exemptions to encourage more employers to offer parental leave to new fathers. Key points: New parents would get free first aid training under ...
Baby sleep centres at core of Labor's $232m pitch for family voteThe Age
Victorian election 2018: Matthew Guy pledges tough love for teen thugsNEWS.com.au
High ethical standards the No 1 election issueThe Australian

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11/18/2018
'A muppet': Man convicted for expletive-ridden abuse of Scott Morrison at the Bathurst 1000 - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

'A muppet': Man convicted for expletive-ridden abuse of Scott Morrison at the Bathurst 1000
The Sydney Morning Herald
A man who accosted Prime Minister Scott Morrison at the Bathurst 1000 and called him a "f---ing muppet" has been convicted and fined $500 for behaving in an offensive manner. Allan Maccaul, 26, did not appear to answer the charges against him last week.

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