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Victorian towns blanketed in snow as cold snap continues

Mt Baw Baw resort was also closed, with Mt Baw Baw Tourist Road and South Face Road both closed to traffic. Mt Macedon Road at Mt Macedon was closed and Falls Creek was closed to day visitors. Visitors to Mt Hotham could gain acess to the resort after the Great …

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Epstein’s accusers still deserve justice and will go after his alleged enablers, their lawyers say

“There’s a whole network that enabled him and allowed this to happen and it’s time that everyone who was a part of this be held accountable,” she said. Lerner’s client, Jennifer Araoz, is the only accuser who released her own statement about Epstein’s death. Araoz has accused Epstein of raping …

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Jeffrey Epstein found dead in cell

Epstein, 66, had been denied bail and faced up to 45 years behind bars on federal sex trafficking and conspiracy charges unsealed last month. He had pleaded not guilty and was awaiting trial on accusations of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls. A little over two weeks ago, Epstein was …

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Abducted boy found near Queensland border

A five-year-old boy who was abducted from his father’s driveway in northern NSW has been found safe, just south of the Queensland border. Police issued an urgent alert late on Saturday that Zaidan Chapman was believed to have been taken from South Grafton by his 33-year-old mother Nyssa Boyle about …

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Trump: Kim gave ‘small apology’ for missiles and wants to meet again

More missile launches are highly probable, as the North Korean military is conducting its own summer drills, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said in a statement. The exercises are largely computer-simulated as an alternative to previous large-scale annual drills that were halted to expedite denuclearisation talks. In his …

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Scott Barrett red card cost us dearly: All Blacks coach Steve Hansen

“I’m obviously disappointed. Australia played particularly well and deserved the win. They were the best side on the day. The red card didn’t help us but we didn’t help ourselves either. Steve Hansen speaks to the media following his team’s loss.Credit: “Our changing shed is very disappointed because of how …

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Cheika ecstatic with Wallabies win but already eyeing Bledisloe glory in Auckland

It was New Zealand’s equal heaviest defeat in Test history and the most points they had conceded against any other nation. The Wallabies will travel to Melbourne on Sunday for a few days of training before arriving in Auckland on Thursday for what will be one of the most highly …

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‘It makes my life bigger’: The win-win of Ricky and Josh’s homesharing arrangement

The two – who share common interests in politics, technology and the internet – talk about their days and thoughts. Van Dijk is also able to do odd jobs that carers may not be able to do, such as take Buchanan’s iPhone to the Apple store to be fixed. Or …

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We’ve been arguing about climate policy for five elections: how many more before we get it right?

They lived in a small brick room in a densely populated slum on Delhi’s sprawling outskirts. They had no running water, no TV, no fridge and no washing machine. Meals were eaten sitting on the floor and they shared a tiny squat toilet with their landlords. The family’s possessions were …

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Nina Kenwood and the vulnerable teen

With its pop culture and social media references, It Sounded Better in My Head plunges into the world of the modern teenager on the cusp of adulthood. Credit: That Kenwood won the 2018 Text Prize for her novel is not surprising; it’s a sweet, funny and relatable account of the …

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