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Hackers used Google’s Nest Cam to get into Tara’s home, terrifying her daughter

Loading Though it would be nearly impossible to find out who was behind it, a hack like this one doesn’t require much effort, for two reasons. Software designed to help people break into websites and devices has become so easy to use that it’s practically child’s play, and many companies, …

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Man arrested over alleged groping at The Espy

Antonia, who did not want her surname published, earlier said she was approached about 1am by an intoxicated man who was “quite forward”. “I was trying to give off hints that I wasn’t interested,” Antonia said. Her boyfriend told him to back off, but the man allegedly later approached her …

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This is serious: comic’s Ukranian election win raises a thorny issue

The fact that he secured 73 per cent of the vote is a sign of how despondent Ukrainians have become with their political system. Australians have reason to like his defeated rival, Petro Poroshenko, who supported Australia’s campaign for justice after Russian-backed separatists downed the MH17 Malaysian Airlines flight over …

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AFL round six teams: Richmond v Melbourne

RICHMOND v MELBOURNE, MCG, 7.35pm AEST, Wednesday 24 April RICHMONDB Nathan Broad, David Astbury, Dylan GrimesHB Nick Vlastuin, Shane Edwards, Bachar HouliC Brandon Ellis, Dion Prestia, Kamdyn McIntoshHF Daniel Rioli, Jack Ross, Jason CastagnaF Jack Riewoldt, Tom J. Lynch, Dustin MartinFOL Toby Nankervis, Josh Caddy, Kane LambertI/C Noah Balta, Liam …

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Woman arrested over slashing dozens of tyres at Armadale shopping centre

Armadale police have arrested a woman who allegedly slashed the tyres of dozens of cars at a local shopping centre over about 10 days. Police confirmed they were investigating damage done to over 20 cars in the Armadale central business district between April 16-April 21. One of the damaged vehicles …

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Sport Minister, Optus Stadium boss scoff at Eagles’ turf concerns

West Coast have had a slew of players unavailable through foot and lower leg injuries, including Willie Rioli, Elliot Yeo and Jamie Cripps and now Barrass, who will have scans to determine the full extent of his problem. “We’re going to have to stop training here, that’s pretty obvious,” Simpson …

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Thai sex worker testifies at slave trial of Sydney woman

A second Thai sex worker has told a jury of taking months to pay off a $45,000 debt by handing over all her brothel earnings to a Sydney woman accused of “possessing her” as a slave. Rungnapha “Lisa” Kanbut, 57, has pleaded not guilty in the NSW District Court to …

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Racing NSW seizes phone of Unibet bookmaker in Snow probe

Firstly, whether prices at the TAB were manipulated to offer inflated odds on particular horses, which Fletcher was subsequently able to take advantage of. Secondly, whether limits often placed on successful punters such as Fletcher were being waived, allowing him to bet with the TAB to collect substantial amounts. And …

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Fewer students identifying a religion fuels push to scrap scripture

While the majority of religious students still identified with Christianity, that category also suffered the biggest decline in raw numbers, with more than 24,000 fewer students identifying as Anglican, Catholic, Uniting Church or Protestant. Meanwhile, 3500 more students identified as Muslim, and 3000 more identified as Hindu between 2016 and …

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Young Docker Taylin Duman has striking suspension halved

Meanwhile, although Good Friday football proved nothing but bad for West Coast after its disastrous 42-point loss to Port Adelaide, one shining light did emerge from the rubble. Speedy 20-year-old Jack Petruccelle earnt the round five AFL Rising Star nomination for his electrifying five-goal, 18-possession game that gave Eagles fans …

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