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Police officer Brett Forte shot dead west of Brisbane, gunman contained
ABC Online
Queensland police have cornered a man who allegedly shot and killed an officer in the Lockyer Valley, west of Brisbane. Key points: QPS Senior Constable Brett Forte killed in shooting after attempting to intercept a car at Seventeen Mile; Police ...
We've lost a fine officer: top copCourier Mail
Slain officer
Father-of-two officer shot dead in QldSky News Australia
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The Australian
Lindt cafe siege: families criticise police over 'bungles'
The Australian
The families of Sydney siege victims Katrina Dawson and Tori Johnson have expressed relief that NSW Police Force finally conceded crucial mistakes were made during an Islamic State-inspired holdup at the Lindt café in Martin Place. But the loved-ones ...
Lindt siege families reduced to 'begging for the truth'The Sydney Morning Herald
Lindt siege families call for police to acknowledge
Sydney siege: The final minutes of the Lindt Cafe hostage situationABC Online
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Kylie Maybury cold case: Mother's anguish as Gregory Davies admits 1984 rape and murder
Herald Sun
MURDER victim Kylie Maybury's mother, Julie, was shocked when told by the Herald Sun the house the killer lived in was less than a minute's drive from where her daughter's body was dumped. That man was Gregory Keith Davies, 74, who yesterday ...
After 33 years, Gregory Davies admits he killed Kylie Maybury, 6The Australian
Kylie Maybury's killer trapped by mix of new-age science, old-fashioned policingThe Age
Kylie Maybury's killer, Gregory Keith Davies, pleads guilty to rape, murder of Melbourne girlABC Online
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The Australian
John McCain: the ally-in-chief drops in
The Australian
US senator John McCain has just finished talking about the threat that North Korea poses to the world when he steers the conversation back to Australia to recount one of his fondest childhood memories. It is about Perth, a faraway city that had ...

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Vic police seek help to identify bin body
A T-shirt featuring a Korean boy band is a key clue for detectives trying to identify a man whose body was found dumped in a Melbourne wheelie bin. A garbage truck driver picked up a bin in Butler Street in Preston about 8am on Saturday and watched on ...

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What Aboriginal people really want you to hear
THERE is a need for some “truth-telling” among Aboriginal and Australian people which will hopefully clear the way to “settle this business between us”, says one indigenous leader. A panel of prominent Aboriginal Australians appeared on Q&A to explain ...

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The Australian
Australian surge headed for 'Duntroon in the sand' in Kabul
The Australian
A Kabul cadet training academy appears to be the likely beneficiary of Australia's 30-man troop surge to Afghanistan in a decision described as tokenistic and unlikely to have any significant impact on the conflict. Defence Minister Marise Payne ...
Experts back Afghanistan troop boost but some ask 'where's the strategy?'The Sydney Morning Herald
United States' call for more Australian troops in Afghanistan questioned by defence analystABC Online
Extra 30 Australian troops to be deployed to Afghanistan, Marise Payne saysThe Australian Financial Review
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The Australian
PM, church in talks to avoid 'war'
The Australian
Top-level talks are under way between the Turnbull government and the Catholic Church to hose down the rhetoric of “war” over the Coalition's $18.6 billion school funding reforms facing a Labor deadlock in the Senate. Leadership attempts to take the ...
Catholic schools move to ease fears of fee hike under Gonski 2.0ABC Online
'No major increases': Claims of massive Catholic school fee hikes shot downThe Sydney Morning Herald
Brisbane Catholic archdiocese tells parents Gonski 2.0 won't force fees upThe Guardian

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