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London terror: Attacker had criminal history - The Australian
A 52-year-old career criminal from Birmingham previously convicted of knife offences and assaults, but not on the radar of police for any terrorism activities, was the Westminster attacker who murdered two pedestrians and a policeman in central London.
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Western Sydney teenager pleads guilty to plotting terrorist attack - dailytelegraph.com.au
A WESTERN Sydney teenager has pleaded guilty to plotting a terrorist attack for Anzac Day last year. The 17-year-old appeared via audio visual link at Parramatta Children's Court today, where he pleaded guilty to one count of preparing or planning a ...
NSW teen admits to planning terror attack
Teen admits plotting Anzac Day terror attack, faces life behind bars
Teenager pleads guilty to terror plans
CBA, ANZ, St George join rush to raise home loan interest rates - ABC Online
Commonwealth Bank, ANZ and St George have joined NAB and Westpac in another out-of-cycle increase in mortgage rates for investment and owner-occupier loans. Key points: NAB and Westpac raised rates for investment and owner-occupier loans earlier ...
CBA follows ANZ, Westpac to hike rates
Property investors punched by out-of-cycle interest rate hikes
CBA and ANZ hikes mortgage rates, following Westpac and NAB
Accused killer's ex says he was 'paranoid' - NEWS.com.au
An aspiring Islamic State fighter accused of murdering his first wife took a second wife during his first marriage but she told a court she divorced him after a month because he was "weird" and "paranoid". The ex-wife, a softly spoken woman in her late ...
Man accused of murdering wife believed 'second wife' to be an ASIO spy, court hears
Murder accused had second wife and was aggressive to her, court told
Man accused of killing wife wanted to fight for Islamic State
Hunt goes on for Melbourne cabbie's killer - Yahoo7 News
Huffington Post Australia
A facial composite image of the suspected killer of "quiet, diligent" cab driver Mohamud Muketar has been released, almost a year on from the attack. The 31-year-old was stabbed outside Fitzroy Town Hall at about 11.30pm on April 20 while walking home ...
Search continues for Vic cabbie's killer
China talks trade, prosperity with Turnbull - Sky News Australia
Sky News Australia
Sky News Australia
China's growing middle class has an insatiable appetite for Australian beef, and now an extra 36 Australian meat exporters will be granted special access to put steaks on hot plates. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and China's second most powerful ...
China to expand market for Australian beef exporters
China dismisses 'militarisation' of disputed islands in South China Sea
Industry reaction to China red meat market access breakthrough
Childcare fraudster Melissa Jade Higgins maintains innocence - The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald
A day care owner who amassed a multi-million dollar fortune through bogus government benefit claims has maintained her innocence, telling a psychologist she has no idea how or why she was found guilty. Melissa Jade Higgins was last year found guilty by ...
Donald Trump: 'I can't be doing so badly because I'm President and you're not' - NEWS.com.au
DONALD Trump has defended himself against accusations of dishonesty in an extraordinary interview and insists his gut instincts turn out to be right. In an interview with Time magazine, the US President defended many of his controversial claims ...
US President Donald Trump talks truth and lies with TIME magazine during cover story interview
Trump's defence: I'm president, you're not
AP FACT CHECK: Trump's truths can come from wisps of info
Man flips car in Melbourne CBD then flees - Yahoo7 News
A man whose car crashed into a pole and flipped in Melbourne's CBD has fled on foot and is believed to be bleeding from the head. The accident occurred about 6.40am on Friday, with the car sliding up Swanston Street before coming to rest on tram tracks ...
Grand Prix and AFL matches see record demand on Melbourne's public transport - The Age
Chaos is expected to reign on Saturday when hundreds of thousands of sport fans descend on Melbourne as the Grand Prix and 2017 AFL season get underway. Two AFL matches on Saturday afternoon and the first qualifying day of the grand prix will see ...
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