Northern Territory

‘Could be more heads to roll’: Giles

Chief Minister Adam Giles said more heads could roll after a Government review and police investigation into “irregularities” in flights booked through Latitude Travel is completed Source: News Corp Australia CHIEF Minister Adam Giles confirmed on Monday that no one, including himself, looked into the Government’s use of Latitude Travel, …

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NSW & ACT

Fire destroys home, spreads to bush on central coast

A streetview of the site where the fire ignited destroying one home, damaging another and spreading to surrounding bushland. Source: Supplied A FIRE has destroyed a home, significantly damaged another property, and spread to bushland on the NSW Central Coast. Fire crews were called about 7.30am this morning following reports …

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National

Australia wakes up to incredible snow

LARGE parts of Australia’s southeast are shivering through the first day of winter, with heavy snow falls and sub-zero temperatures. Residents in parts of Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales have woken to a winter wonderland with snow falling on unusually low altitudes. Ski resort operators are celebrating with up …

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Northern Territory

Close croc call for fishos

These fishos look like a tasty treat as they cast their lines in knee deep water in Shady Camp Source: NTNews A GROUP of fishos has been photographed standing knee deep in croc infested waters as a saltie described by a witness as “a massive black beast” stalked them from …

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National

‘Shorten knows his bill will fail’

Support … Demonstrators rallied in Sydney at the weekend in support of gay marriage. Source: AAP BILL Shorten conceded to Liberal MP and gay marriage champion Warren Entsch that his bill on same-sex marriage would fail in the parliament and was being put forward for political reasons. The Opposition Leader …

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Queensland

‘Higher cost for those least able to pay’

Hinkler MP Keith Pitt says he will not support the Renewable Energy legislation. Source: News Limited ONE of Tony Abbott’s Queensland backbenchers is planning to break ranks and vote against a government bill that he says will drive up the cost of electricity. In a blow to Mr Abbott’s authority, …

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National

Targeted: Victims shot in car

A man and a woman were shot while sitting in a car in Greenacre overnight. Source: News Corp Australia A MAN and a woman were shot while sitting in a car in Sydney’s southwest last night. Police believe the incident was a targeted shooting. The woman was taken to hospital …

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National Breaking News

Families losers in budget: ANU analysis

A SECOND independent analysis of the federal budget shows many households with children will lose disposable income. THE Australian National University analysis, which adopted “conservative assumptions”, found that changes to family tax benefits are unlikely to be offset by what the government says are second-round positive impacts, such as its …

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Victoria

Stand up at work to stay healthy

Flight Centre employee Stacey Seeto standing at her desk. Picture: Mark Cranitch Source: News Corp Australia DESK jockeys should stand for at least two hours during their working day to stay healthy and productive, new guidelines recommend. Concerned by the impact of a modern sedentary lifestyle and obesity, a panel …

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South Australia

Woman fighting for life after car crash near Riverton

RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know today WHAT is wrong with this picture? Photos posted by the son of China’s wealthiest man have sparked outrage in the country leaving many in disbelief. Former premier Joan Kirner dies LATEST: Victoria’s first female premier, Joan Kirner, has died at age …

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