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Daily Archives: September 5, 2021

Florida ‘war hero’ with mental issues kills mother still holding baby

About nine hours later, around 4.30am, Riley returned to the home, laying out glowsticks to create a path leading to the house to draw officers “into an ambush,” Judd said. Loading By chance, a lieutenant far in the distance, heard popping noises and immediately put the agency on active-shooter mode, …

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Top UN official calls for Australia to urgently dump coal

The federal government has said its preference is to reach net zero before 2050, but it has not made a formal commitment to reaching the target. Loading Mr Hart’s speech comes as high-level calls to end the world’s thermal coal industry intensify in the lead up to the COP26 climate …

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Police call on community to help as online child abuse grows

“She didn’t believe he would do it. And he did. He sent it to … not just school friends, but school kids that are around her,” Lizzie said. The photo was subsequently shared among children at the school and used to bully Lizzie’s daughter. Assistant Commissioner Gale urged parents and …

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Frydenberg urges firm stance against China, warns of new tensions

“It is no secret that China has recently sought to target Australia’s economy,” he says in the draft. “Citing 14 so-called ‘grievances’, covering everything from our foreign investment laws to our willingness to call out cyber attacks, they have targeted our agricultural and resources sector, with measures affecting a range …

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Graham wants hometown breakthrough for Innervoice

Trainer Jenny Graham has high hopes that her stable star Victorem will be selected for the $1.3m The Kosciuszko when the 14 slot winners are announced later this week but it is a one-time Kosciuszko hopeful that the trainer will be looking to break through on her home track at …

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As it happened: COVID-19 cases continue to grow across the nation as states ramp up vaccination measures

Thanks for joining us, that’s all we have for you this evening. We will be back bright and early tomorrow morning with our national news blog, which will keep you up to date with the latest breaking news, as well as reportage on Australia’s COVID-19 situation. But for now, here’s …

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Dees day? Gawn, Fritsch key to Melbourne’s new dawn

Clearly, the 48-point turnaround the Demons’ way in round 23 is a contest that the Cats will be pouring over. Just how did they go from holding a commanding 44-point lead to lose by four? Clearly, as Chris Scott said later, the Cats had to do a lot right to …

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Return to sender, a moment relived

There are certain obligations that come with being the editor of Column 8. One of these is the annual announcement of hearing the first koel. Several readers have written in recently hoping to claim the honour for being the first, however, Granny went back through all the emails to see …

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Michael O’Brien’s Liberal leadership under threat as Matthew Guy makes his move

Victoria could have a new opposition leader within days as former Liberal leader Matthew Guy seeks the support of colleagues to topple leader Michael O’Brien in a party room coup his supporters are proposing to call as early as Tuesday. Mr Guy has been considering a return to the leadership …

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Lachie Neale contemplating shock trade request back to WA

Lachie Neale is contemplating requesting a trade back to Western Australia, with Fremantle his most likely destination should he return to the state. Sources close to the situation confirmed that Neale’s heavily pregnant wife Jules was keen to return to Perth, having left the city three years ago when he …

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