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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
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • Eight Minutes: A Daily Telegraph podcast investigationâ€...
    Eight Minutes: A Daily Telegraph podcast investigation​ ... more
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • Fifth case of measles reported in Brisbane
    A fifth case of measles has been confirmed in the Brisbane region, with the latest patient having spent time in the Valley nightclub district on the Easter weekend. ... more
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  • Two total fire bans in South Australia
    Total fire bans have been declared in two South Australian districts for Monday, while the threat from a fire burning south of Adelaide has been downgraded. ... more
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  • RAW: 89-tonne bridge lifted into place in Sydney Metro North...
    Supplied video obtained Sunday, April 8, 2018, of an 89-tonne pedestrian bridge lifted over Old Windsor Road at Bella Vista on the weekend as part of the Sydney Metro Northwest project. The 42-metre long structure is part of a new pedestrian link to get customers over Old Windsor Road and… ... more
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  • 70 killed in suspected Syria gas attack
    More than 70 people have been killed after a suspected chemical attack on the last remaining rebel stronghold in the Eastern Ghouta area - with fears growing the toll could surpass 100, aid organisations say. ... more
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  • RAW: Thief scales screen to flee with cash at Melbourne liqu...
    Supplied video obtained Sunday, April 8, 2018, of a theft at a liquor store in Dandenong on March 18. Police believe a man entered the store on Lonsdale Street around 8.25am and climbed a perspex screen to gain access to the cash register before stealing cash and leaving the store… ... more
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  • EXPLAINER: Ashes battle dominating Commonwealth Games
    Australia and England are dominating the battle for Commonwealth Games medals at a rate not seen in recent times. (AAP Video) ... more
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  • RAW: Armed robbery at pop-up sale in Brisbane
    Supplied video obtained Sunday, April 8, 2018, of CCTV footage and images released by Queensland Police investigating an armed robbery of a pop-up sale in a community hall in Taigum in Brisbane on Saturday. (AAP VIdeo/Supplied/Queensland Police Service) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY ... more
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  • I’m not plotting a leadership challenge: Abbott
    Tony Abbott says he is not plotting to oust Malcolm Turnbull from the Liberal party leadership, as the prime minister faces his 30th consecutive Newspoll loss. ... more
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  • Birdman celebrates race walk gold with dunk in ocean
    April 8, 2018. Australian Dane Bird-Smith, at Currumbin, is thrown into the ocean by his friends after winning the Men’s 20km Race Walk final at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Bird-Smith hugs his wife Katy before his father and coach Dave Smith is also thrown into the water by his… ... more
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  • Montag’s race walk gold “heartbreaking and upli...
    April 8, 2018. Australian Jemima Montag, speaks in Currumbin, after winning gold in the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 20km women’s race walk in only her third race over the distance. Team-mate Claire Tallent was holding onto a narrow lead over Montag when she was handed a third and final red… ... more
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  • Agile thief scales perspex screen to rob liquor store
    A thief managed to climb a perspex screen to rob a Dandenong liquor store. ... more
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  • Korean artist uses paper rolls to create ‘a whole new univ...
    South Korean artist Ilhwa Kim has been turning heads in the UK with a series of large-scale artworks made of tens of thousands of rolls of paper, prepared as per an ancient South Korean tradition. Kim uses Korean mulberry paper known as 'hanji', which she hand-dyes in various vivid colours… ... more
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  • Trump’s tariffs could address US-China trade deficit: Bruc...
    Former member of staff for Barack Obama, Bruce Wolpe, says whilst the United States has valid reasons to address their economic relationship with China, to which it owes much of it's debt, Donald Trump's tariffs may not be the answer. The tariffs of $US50 billion on Chinese exports are expected… ... more
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  • Police vision of Armed robbery at Taigum pop-up store
    Police vision of Armed robbery at Taigum pop-up store. Courtesy: Queensland Police Service ... more
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  • New NBN technology promises faster speeds
    Thousands of homes and business in North Melbourne and South Sydney will be some of the first to benefit from a NBN rollout that will deliver faster broadband speeds. However, the rollout will only be available for new customers, and won't solve speed problems existing customers have faced. ... more
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  • Aboriginal woman meets Prince Charles
    Aboriginal woman Elizabeth Kulla Kulla meeting Prince Charles in Darwin today, shot by The Australian's Jamie Walker. ... more
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  • Former Brazilian president expected to surrender to police
    Former Brazilian President Lula da Silva is expected to surrender himself to police to start a 12 year prison sentence for corruption. The 72-year-old defied a deadline to surrender, and instead spent Friday evening inside the headquarters of a steel worker's union in his home town just outside Sao Paulo. ... more
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  • Police officer hospitalised after attack in Sydney’s west
    A police officer has been released from hospital after being struck by a glass bottle and knocked unconscious in Sydney's west. The acting inspector was attempting to break up a fight between two men at Emerton in the early hours of the morning when the incident occurred. ... more
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  • At least one dead after Trump Tower fire
    At least one person has died after a fire broke out at Trump Tower in New York City. The fire comes about three months after a minor blaze broke out in a cooling tower on the roof of the building - where two people suffered minor injuries. ... more
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  • Abbott calls on Turnbull to explain his ousting as prime min...
    Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott has called for an explanation about his ousting, as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces his 30th Newspoll loss. It comes after a new Fairfax-Ipsos poll revealed that 62 per cent of voters want Malcolm Turnbull to remain as leader of the Liberal Party. Foreign Minister… ... more
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  • Collision between truck and Canadian hockey team bus leaves ...
    A collision between a truck and a bus in Canada has left 14 people dead and another 14 in hospital, with three in critical condition, authorities have confirmed. Most of the people killed in the collision are believed to be from the Humbold Broncos junior hockey team, whose members were… ... more
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  • Crash and JMo take on the GC – Day 4
    The Courier Mail's Robert 'Crash' Craddock and Jonathan 'JMo' Moran talk walking, dogs and athletes telling fibs. ... more
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  • Vic government injects $50 million into flu prevention
    Parents have been warned they should have their children vaccinated to stop the spread of flu to the members of community, including the elderly. The Victorian government has invested $50 million in an attempt to stop a repeat of last years flu horror season. ... more
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  • Michael Clarke willing to return to test side
    Former Australian Captain Michael Clarke has told The Daily Telegraph he's willing to come out of retirement to help out the side, following the suspensions of David Warner, Steve Smith, and Cameron Bancroft. Michael Clarke retired three years ago, after battling with chronic back problems in the latter stages of… ... more
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  • Australian gold rush continues
    Australia has continued it's golden performance in the Commonwealth Games as they lead the medal tally by two gold medals. ... more
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  • Prince Charles to finish Australian tour in Cairns
    Prince Charles has returned to Australia after a trip to the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu yesterday. The Prince of Wales started his day with a Sunday church service in the far North Queensland city of Cairns. ... more
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  • Aboriginal woman overcome meeting Charles
    April 9, 2018. Aboriginal woman Elizabeth Kulla Kulla is overcome with emotion following her meeting with Prince Charles. She told Charles she was named after his mum the queen. Prince Charles had attended a service at St John Evangelist Anglican Church in Cairns. (AAP Video/Shae McDonald) ... more
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  • Townsville resident speaks after gifting Charles favourite c...
    April 9, 2018. Townsville resident Alycia Loane speaks to reporters after gifting Prince Charles a copy of much-loved children's book, Who sank the boat?, to give to his grandchildren. Prince Charles was attending a service at St John Evangelist Anglican Church in Cairns. Following the service Prince Charles departed for… ... more
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  • RAW: Charles greets onlookers, attends Cairns church service
    April 9, 2018. Prince Charles greets onlookers before attending a service at St John Evangelist Anglican Church in Cairns. Following the service Prince Charles departed for a tour of the HMAS Cairns. (AAP Video/Shae McDonald) ... more
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  • Russia’s meeting with Boris Johnson a diversionary tactic:...
    The UK Foreign Office has described a meeting request between Russia’s London embassy and British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson as a diversionary tactic, as tensions grow worldwide. The meeting is anticipated to discuss the nerve agent attack on an ex-spy in the UK. ... more
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  • Crash and JMo on doggie training partners
    The Courier Mail's Robert 'Crash' Craddock and Jonathan 'JMo' Moran talk about Gold medal walker Dane Bird-Smith. ... more
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  • Annual Pollie Pedal ride begins
    Former Prime Minister Tony Abbot has launched the annual Pollie Pedal ride for charity. The bike path stretches from Melbourne to Canberra to raise money for Solider On, a charity that provides education, employment and mental heath support to national service personnel and their families. ... more
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  • Moment of Silence Observed for Broncos Junior Team Killed in...
    Hockey players and audience at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre on April 7 observed a moment of silence for Humboldt Broncos members, who were killed and injured in a bus crash in Saskatchewan the day before. This video shows tributes paid before the Toronto Maple Leafs vs Montreal Canadiens game. A… ... more
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  • Josh Frydenberg talks on a possible sale of the Liddell powe...
    Josh Frydenberg talks on a possible sale of the Liddell power station from AGL to Alinta. Credit: ABC/Insiders ... more
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  • Two dead, 20 injured after driver ploughs through outdoor Ge...
    At least two people have died and 20 more have been injured after a vehicle ploughed through a group of seated pedestrians in Muenster, in north-west German, local authorities have confirmed. The driver, who local media reports suffered from psychological problems, shot and killed himself inside the vehicle follow the… ... more
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  • Fast News: Today’s top stories
    The latest news from Australia and around the world. ... more
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  • Canada mourns after bus crash kills 15
    A horrific bus crash in Canada involving the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team has sent shockwaves through the National Hockey League. ... more
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  • New vision of Conor McGregor’s bus attack
    UFC: New footage has emerged of Conor McGregor's insane meltdown where he attacked a busload of MMA fighters. ... more
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  • Spending billions on a coal plant in place of renewables is ...
    Deputy Labor leader Tanya Plibersek has criticised a proposal by the Monash Forum — a group of Coalition backbenchers pushing for a $4 billion coal-fired power plant — for injecting outdated views into a changing energy market. Ms Plibersek says the idea that the government would spend billions to build… ... more
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  • Smoke Rises From New York’s Trump Tower
    A 4-alarm fire that broke out at Trump Tower on New York City’s Fifth Avenue on April 7, resulted in one person being seriously injured and another three sustaining non-life-threatening injuries, according to the New York City Fire Department. US President Donald Trump tweeted about the fire, saying: “Fire at… ... more
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  • Black Smoke Billows From Trump Tower Fire
    A 4-alarm fire that broke out at Trump Tower on New York City’s Fifth Avenue on April 7, resulted in one person being seriously injured and another three sustaining non-life-threatening injuries, according to the New York City Fire Department. US President Donald Trump tweeted about the fire, saying: “Fire at… ... more
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  • Cristiano Ronaldo does it again
    Football: Cristiano Ronaldo has replicated his famous Champions League bicycle goal at training. ... more
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  • 4-Alarm Fire Breaks Out at New York’s Trump Tower
    A 4-alarm fire broke out at Trump Tower on New York City’s Fifth Avenue on April 7, the FNDY confirmed. The fire department said one person was seriously injured. US President Donald Trump tweeted about the fire, saying: “Fire at Trump Tower is out. Very confined (well built building). Firemen… ... more
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  • RAW: Peloton moves off for Pollie Pedal
    April 9, 2018. Former PM Tony Abbott leads off the peloton as the annual Pollie Pedal gets underway from Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance. The event supports the charity Solider On. (AAP Video/Christine McGinn) ... more
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  • Abbott delivers reminder of sacrifice ahead of Pollie Pedal
    April 8, 2018. Former PM Tony Abbott speaks to fellow riders ahead of the annual Pollie Pedal which kicks off from Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance. Mr Abbott says the Shrine of Remembrance is a "special place" and stands as a reminder of the sacrifice of previous generations. (AAP Video/Christine McGinn) ... more
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  • Supporters Rally to Block Lula da Silva’s Surrender
    Supporters of Brazilian ex-President Luis “Lulaâ€� da Silva tried to stop him from surrendering himself to police in on April 7, after appeals to suspend his arrest failed. This video shows Lula being carried by a crowd that chant “En sou Lula,â€� or “I am Lula,â€� outside the Metal Workers… ... more
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  • Wayne Rooney’s substitute tantrum
    Football: Wayne Rooney did not react well to being subbed off early in the second half, throwing a tantrum of sorts on the bench. ... more
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  • Relaxed Abbott reveals Pollie Pedal preparations
    April 8, 2018. Former PM Tony Abbott speaks to reporters in ahead of the annual Pollie Pedal which kicked off from Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance. Mr Abbott says he expects the ride to test his fitness. Mr Abbott says he has been upping his normal riding to get ready for… ... more
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  • Van ploughs through crowds in West Germany
    In horrifying news, a van has driven through crowds again in the west German city of Muenster. Watch to find more about the attack. ... more
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  • Weather explained: What causes turbulence?
    Sky News Weather Meteorologist Rob Sharpe explains. ... more
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  • Extreme weather outlook
    Record April heat is spreading from the northwest of Australia to the southeast. Sky News Weather Meteorologist Rob Sharpe explains. ... more
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  • Annual Pollie Pedal ride to launch today
    Tony Abbot is set to launch the annual Pollie Pedal charity ride today. The bike ride stretches from Melbourne to Canberra, raising money for Solider On, a charity that provides eduation, employment and menal heath support to natioanl service personnel and their families. ... more
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  • Prince Charles to wrap up Queensland leg of Australian visit...
    Prince Charles is back in Australia and will spend the day in Cairns after a short trip to Vanuatu to inspect the country’s cyclone recovery efforts. ... more
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  • REB v WAR: Full Match Replay
    REB v WAR: Full Match Replay ... more
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  • Russel Crowe auctions 230 movie pieces, raising hundreds of ...
    Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe has sold some 230 items, including artwork, jewellery and movie props following divorce from Australian actress Danielle Spencer. The standout piece, which auctioned for $125,000, was the suit of armour worn by Mr Crowe in the 2000 film Gladiator. ... more
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  • Two dead, 20 injured after driver ploughs through outdoor Ge...
    At least two people have died and 20 more have been injured after a vehicle ploughed through a group of seated pedestrians in Muenster, north-west Germany, according to police. Police are investigating the circumstances behind the collision, admitting it will take some time to identify if the incident was intentional… ... more
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  • Abbott calls on Turnbull to explain his ousting as prime min...
    Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott has called for an explanation for his ousting as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces his 30th Newspoll loss. It comes after a new Fairfax-Ipsos poll revealed 62 per cent of voters want Malcolm Turnbull to remain as Liberal leader. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has thrown… ... more
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  • CCTV captured after incident at a Berwick home
    CCTV captured after incident at a Berwick home. ... more
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  • Abbott called on Turnbull to explain his ousting as prime mi...
    Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott has called for an explanation for his ousting as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces his 30th Newspoll loss. ... more
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  • Collision between truck and Canadian junior hockey team bus ...
    A collision between a truck and a bus in Canada has left 14 people dead and another 14 in hospital, with three in critical condition, authorities have confirmed. Most of the people killed in the collision are believed to be from the 'Humbold Broncos' junior hockey team, whose members were… ... more
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  • Jacinta Price could become first Indigenous woman in lower h...
    Jacinta Price has been pre-selected to stand for the coalition at the next federal election, which would make her the first Indigenous woman from the coalition to win a seat in the lower house The Aboriginal town councillor from Alice Springs was formally endorsed at the Country Liberal Party's central… ... more
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  • Man’s body discovered in south Melbourne
    A man's body has been discovered in Melbourne's south. ... more
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  • Teenage girl faces Sydney robbery charges
    A teenage girl has been charged after a woman was allegedly assaulted and robbed in Sydney's west last month. ... more
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