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  • A Brief History of Pandas
    In 2014, Pandas became ‘vulnerable’, meaning they’re still in danger of becoming extinct. We have taken a look into what is being done to help save these lovable animals before they’re all gone. Credit: Various via Storyful ... more
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  • Suspect in Identity-Theft Killing Spotted on Florida Hotel C...
    The Lee County Sheriff’s Office released footage on April 18 showing a woman suspected of killing two people checking into a hotel in Florida, shortly after the second killing took place. The footage, police say, shows 56-year-old Lois Riess of Bloomberg Prairie in Minnesota walking through a car park and… ... more
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  • Jet Ski and Lasso Used to Recapture Buffalo Amid Kauai Flood...
    A herd of buffalo were on the loose in Hanalei, Hawaii, on April 16, after heavy rain caused flooding in the area, local media reported. KITV4 said flooding swept a herd off their farm in Hanalei, prompting efforts to retrieve the animals. This video shows a cowboy on a jet… ... more
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  • Panic as Protesters Attacked With Weapons at Central America...
    Protesters were attacked at Central American University in Managua, Nicaragua, on April 18 as clashes between protesters against social security reforms and supporters of the government were reported throughout the city. Riot police were mobilized to respond to the clashes and traffic was diverted from roads where protesters were marching.… ... more
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  • Violence Breaks Out at University During Social Security Pro...
    Clashes erupted between protesters demonstrating against social security reforms and supporters of the government in the capital of Nicaragua, Managua, on April 18, local papers reported. Riot police were mobilized to respond to the clashes and traffic was diverted from roads where protesters were marching. The protesters demonstrated against reforms… ... more
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  • Japanese Volcano Erupts for First Time in 250 Years
    Mount Ioyama, part of Japan’s Kirishima mountain range, erupted on April 19, for the first time in 250 years. The mountain was still spewing smoke and ash into the air later Thursday night. The Japan Meteorological Agency raised the alert level for Ioyama to 3, and warned of falling rocks… ... more
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  • Odd note and baked beans left on car
    A DRIVER who left her car parked by a “blocking gate� returned to find her motor had been attacked with baked beans. ... more
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  • Govt gets tough on corporate misconduct
    The federal government is cracking down on bankers and financial executives who do the wrong thing, increasing penalties as recommended by a task force. ... more
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  • Esports with violent content contrary to Olympic values R...
    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Esports with violent or discriminatory content cannot be considered for the Olympic Games, International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach said on Thursday. ... more
    SBS |Sport3 hours ago
  • Barcelona eye domestic cup win to help heal Champions League...
    BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona will target a record-extending 30th King’s Cup triumph when they play Sevilla in Saturday’s final which would also virtually assure them of a second domestic double in three seasons, reinforcing their dominance in Spain. ... more
    SBS |Sport3 hours ago
  • F1 steps into fantasy world with equity stake
    LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One is targeting the lucrative U.S. fantasy sports market with the launch on Thursday of daily pay-to-play and traditional free F1 games in partnership with Dublin-based PlayON. ... more
    SBS |Sport3 hours ago
  • Napoli shining once again ahead of Juve clash
    FLORENCE, Italy (Reuters) - The only major European league with anything resembling a genuine title race reaches a potentially decisive moment on Sunday when leaders Juventus and second-placed Napoli clash with four points separating them in Serie A. ... more
    SBS |Sport3 hours ago
  • Commonwealth Bank charged dead clients advice fees: banking ...
    Australia's largest bank, the Commonwealth Bank, has come under fire at a royal commission over charging customers for financial advice they never received. ... more
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  • Amazon.com secures U.S. Open tennis rights in UK and Ireland
    LONDON (Reuters) - Amazon.com confirmed on Thursday it has secured UK and Ireland rights to broadcast the US Open Tennis Championship, adding its first Grand Slam to a sports offer that already includes action from the ATP World Tour. ... more
    SBS |Sport3 hours ago
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  • Roosters shut out Bulldogs in NRL slugfest
    The Sydney Roosters have produced their best defensive effort in two years with a 6-0 shut-out of Canterbury in their round-seven NRL clash.Less than a week after a disappointing loss to arch rivals South Sydney, the pre-season favourites responded by turning away a Bulldogs side 52 times inside their opposition… ... more
    9news |Sport3 hours ago
  • Royal family: Queen urges the Commonwealth to choose Charles...
    The Queen has made a rare public reference to her succession, telling the heads of the Commonwealth it was her “wish” that Prince Charles should carry on as the head of group when he becomes king. A decision on whether Charles should succeed his mother as head of the Commonwealth… ... more
    9news4 hours ago
  • Joe Rogan slams UFC over preferential treatment of Conor McG...
    In the wake of Conor McGregor’s violent outburst in the lead up to UFC 223, one of his biggest supporters has changed his tune toward the outspoken star. Speaking on the incident, long-time UFC commentator Joe Rogan called out the UFC for what he perceived as a double-standard in the… ... more
    9news |Sport4 hours ago
  • ‘He was blue’: Toddler brought back to life afte...
    A Perth toddler has been brought back to life after he choked on a grape. Eighteen-month-old Zach Wali was with his parents in his Southern River home when he began choking, and his mum and dad called emergency services. Fortunately, local police were in the area doing a routine patrol… ... more
    9news5 hours ago
  • Gippsland boy, 11, sells footy cards to fundraise for cancer...
    Gippsland boy Kyen Jenkins has a footy card collection that would impress most AFL fans.  The ten-year-old started collecting seven years ago, thanks to his grandmother. “My nanny bought me one packet and I got really into them so I decided I should start collecting them,” he told… ... more
    9news5 hours ago
  • Biodegradable patch could help regenerate heart after attack
    A new biodegradable patch has been designed to help regenerate the heart after an attack. The Heart Research Institute and one of its young scientists are behind the invention, which has been shown to be very effective in mouse studies. The patch is aimed at unlocking the potential of stem… ... more
    9news5 hours ago
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  • Crash and JMo take on the GC – Athletes telling fibs
    Crash and JMo take on the GC - Athletes telling fibs. After adamantly saying that he's over partying and drinking, bronze medal weightlifter Francois Etoundi is caught partying in Surfers Paradise. ... more
    TheAustralian2 weeks ago
  • Perth Children’s Hospital to open in May
    Firm dates have finally been set for the staged opening of the problem-plagued Perth Children's Hospital, almost three years later than originally planned. ... more
    TheAustralian2 weeks ago
  • Shorten still coy on ‘de facto’ GST floor
    Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has sidestepped the question of whether his planned handouts for new infrastructure in Western Australia will add up to a de facto 70 per cent GST floor, saying it depends on the budget he inherits if Labor wins office. ... more
    TheAustralian2 weeks ago
  • Eight Minutes: A Daily Telegraph podcast investigationâ€...
    Eight Minutes: A Daily Telegraph podcast investigation​ ... more
    TheAustralian2 weeks ago
  • Gold Coast Bulletin Sports Wrap
    Sports editor Rhys O'Neill joins reporters Connor O'Brien and Tom Boswell to talk about Commonwealth Games moments, Gold Coast rugby league, Mick Fanning and a freakish Aussie rules story. ... more
    TheAustralian2 weeks ago
  • Dozens dead in alleged chemical attack in Syria
    At least 70 people, including children, have died in a suspected chemical attack in a rebel-held town in Syria's eastern Ghouta. Human rights groups claim over 500 people were injured in the attack, which the Assad government claims is a 'fabrication.' ... more
    TheAustralian2 weeks ago
  • Prince Charles spreads the charm in Cairns
    Prince Charles has shown he is a man of the people, spending his final day in Queensland mingling with locals and bringing tears of joy to an Aboriginal woman. ... more
    TheAustralian2 weeks ago
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  • Queen outlines case for King Charles
    THE Queen has urged Commonwealth nations to allow Prince Charles to succeed her as head of the Commonwealth “one day�, which will spark a rubber stamp of approval from 53 Commonwealth leaders in London on Friday. ... more
    Couriermail5 hours ago
  • We don’t know CPR to save a life
    NEARLY 20 drownings have been reported in the Sunshine State this year, as new data shows a startling number of Queenslanders don’t know how to perform CPR. ... more
    Couriermail5 hours ago
  • Adani goes quiet to stop activists
    STOP Adani activists are planning to flood the audience of an upcoming Q&A program on the ABC. ... more
    Couriermail7 hours ago
  • Why we’re confused about pizza boxes
    ONE of Queensland’s biggest councils, Ipswich City, has revealed it will stop recycling and dump recyclables in landfill instead. ... more
    Couriermail9 hours ago
  • Karaoke clash: Workers repeatedly kicked, punched
    POLICE are investigating a violent assault and disturbance at a karaoke bar in Brisbane in February, releasing photos of people who may assist with their investigation. ... more
    Couriermail9 hours ago
  • Petrol stations’ blatant money grab
    FILL up now. Fuel prices in Brisbane could hit a three year high in the coming days if profiteering petrol stations continue the way they are going. ... more
    Couriermail13 hours ago
  • Four hurt in motorway crash, traffic at crawl
    FOUR people have been taken to hospital after a crash brought traffic to a standstill on the Pacific Motorway in Brisbane’s south this morning. ... more
    Couriermail15 hours ago
  • Mass search after gyrocopter disappears
    RESCUE crews are searching for a pilot who went missing in their gyrocopter after taking off from a regional airport on Wednesday. ... more
    Couriermail17 hours ago
  • Woman, kids forced from hijacked car
    A WOMAN has bravely fought a man who forced himself into her vehicle and sat on top of her - as he attempted to drive her car - all while three children watched helplessly on. ... more
    Couriermail19 hours ago
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  • Brothers in arms set Cuba’s communist path
    JUST after midnight on November 25, 1956, a band of bearded, khaki-clad revolutionaries boarded a small, overloaded cabin cruiser to sail from the Mexican port city of Tuxpan. ... more
    Adelaidenow1 hour ago
  • Meet the pint-sized pageant princess
    MOST seven year old girls dream of becoming princesses. ... more
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  • Local makeup artist scaring the competition
    When Vania Stockwell started her home business making up her friends into monsters and fairies, she never thought it would take her as far as she has. ... more
    Adelaidenow1 hour ago
  • Games ‘shrine’ set for Southport
    THE 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games will go down in history — with a new “shrine� to commemorate the event. ... more
    Adelaidenow1 hour ago
  • Voice star rene turns heads
    CORRICK Plains mango farm’s homegrown talent has hit the big time. ... more
    Adelaidenow1 hour ago
  • Queen welcomes Commonwealth leaders
    Leaders from around the Commonwealth have been welcomed by Queen Elizabeth in a ceremony at Buckingham Palace. This was Her Majesty's last Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting as she begins the process of transferring her CHOGM duties to Prince Charles. The Queen says it's her 'sincere wish' that her son… ... more
    Adelaidenow1 hour ago
  • A Brief History of Pandas
    In 2014, Pandas became ‘vulnerable’, meaning they’re still in danger of becoming extinct. We have taken a look into what is being done to help save these lovable animals before they’re all gone. Credit: Various via Storyful ... more
    Adelaidenow1 hour ago
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  • Local makeup artist scaring the competition
    When Vania Stockwell started her home business making up her friends into monsters and fairies, she never thought it would take her as far as she has. ... more
    TheMercury1 hour ago
  • Late Mail: Punters get behind the Broncos
    Welcome to this week’s Late Mail column. ... more
    TheMercury1 hour ago
  • Central Coast an investor hotspot
    PROPERTY investors should buy in the outskirts of Sydney to get the best rental returns, new data suggests. ... more
    TheMercury1 hour ago
  • Incredible footage of massive bikie brawl in Maitland
    Brawl between the Finks and Rebels in the car park of the Hunter River Hotel in Maitland in December, 2017. ... more
    TheMercury1 hour ago
  • Queen welcomes Commonwealth leaders
    Leaders from around the Commonwealth have been welcomed by Queen Elizabeth in a ceremony at Buckingham Palace. This was Her Majesty's last Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting as she begins the process of transferring her CHOGM duties to Prince Charles. The Queen says it's her 'sincere wish' that her son… ... more
    TheMercury1 hour ago
  • Why South Africa is mad at us
    AUSTRALIA has been accused of issuing misleading travel advice that threatens to “tarnish� South Africa’s image, as a row between the nations escalates. ... more
    TheMercury1 hour ago
  • A Brief History of Pandas
    In 2014, Pandas became ‘vulnerable’, meaning they’re still in danger of becoming extinct. We have taken a look into what is being done to help save these lovable animals before they’re all gone. Credit: Various via Storyful ... more
    TheMercury1 hour ago

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