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The Australian
Senate a sticking point in push for four-year terms
The Australian
Malcolm Turnbull has agreed to talks with Bill Shorten over a Labor plan to overhaul the Constitution and embrace fixed four-year terms for federal elections in a move that could see senators sitting for up to eight years. The Opposition Leader ...
Bill Shorten and Labor's fake inequality campaignThe Australian Financial Review
Ciobo 'open' to fixed four-year termsSky News Australia
Rita Panahi: Why Bill Shorten simply needs to shut upHerald Sun
The New Daily -The Conversation AU -Courier Mail -The Advertiser
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The Australian
Lib reformers warn of 'war' if convention win ignored
The Australian
The Liberal Party is being warned of an “unholy war” over internal reform if it fails to act swiftly on an overwhelming vote of NSW party members late yesterday to curb the power of top officials and to hold plebiscites to choose election candidates.
Liberal Party members support Abbott's 'Warringah motion' for plebiscites to decide candidate
Tony Abbott's Liberal Party reform motion for plebiscites to select candidates passesThe Sydney Morning Herald
Tony Abbott's Warringah motion for NSW preselection reform passes Liberal Party voteABC Online
The Conversation AU -The Australian Financial Review -The Guardian
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Herald Sun
Two men charged over stabbing at Melbourne's Crown Casino
Herald Sun
RELATIVES of three men stabbed in a violent attack outside Crown Casino say they are appalled the thugs allegedly responsible have been let out on bail. Police were called to Whiteman St, Southbank just before 10pm Saturday after reports of a fight ...
Families of men assaulted outside Crown Casino 'furious' after alleged offenders granted
Stabbing frenzy at Crown CasinoNorthern Star
Man stabbed in brawl outside Crown CasinoThe Age
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Herald Sun
Canadian police call off search for missing Melbourne woman Sophie Dowsley
Herald Sun
THE SEARCH for missing 34-year-old Melbourne woman Sophie Dowsley has officially come to an end after Canadian authorities announced they would no longer continue their search. Ms Dowsley went missing while hiking through rugged terrain in British ...
Police call off search for Melbourne woman Sophie Dowsley missing in CanadaThe Sydney Morning Herald
Fear for missing Melbourne woman in CanadaSky News Australia

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The Age
Inflation nightclub shooting: Couple shot at nightclub to sue police
The Age
A couple shot by police at a private swingers party while dressed as comic book villains will launch legal action against Victoria Police, seeking hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages. Lawyers acting for Dale Ewins, 35, and Zita Sukys, 37, will ...

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Children as young as 15 allowed to smoke at recess and lunch at Warrakirri College in Sydney's west
IT'S morning recess at school and students wander out of the classrooms, chatting, laughing, and reaching for their cigarettes to light up a smoke. Children as young as 15 are allowed to smoke during recess and lunch at the government-funded school in ...
Western Sydney school allows teenage students to
Children as young as 15 allowed to smoke on lunch break at Australian schoolThe Independent
Children as young as 15 allowed to smoke at lunch and recess in Sydney schoolDaily Mail
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The Australian
Justine Ruszczyk's fiance to collect her wedding dress
The Australian
In a heartbreaking moment, the American fiance of slain Australian Justine Ruszczyk will pick up her wedding dress today, as the city of Minneapolis tears itself apart over her needless death. Don Damond said he would see the wedding dress for the ...
Justine Damond's fiance honours her memory with memorial
Witness in Justine Damond shooting comes forward, source says part of encounter was filmedThe Sydney Morning Herald
Don Damond: 'Why didn't I stay on the phone with her?'Minneapolis Star Tribune -Washington Post -The Advertiser -Sky News Australia
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Melbourne recycling fire extinguished
The Australian
A fire at a Melbourne recycling plant which has been burning for 11 days has finally been extinguished. The blaze at the Coolaroo recycling plant started on July 13 and hundreds were forced to evacuate the site due to the toxic smoke and ash with ...

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Courier Mail
USS Ronald Reagan docks in Brisbane as sailors enjoy Queensland shore leave
Courier Mail
Brisbane's more colourful night-life venues, restaurants, pubs and bars were last night bracing for a surge in business expected to deliver a $3 million boost to the local economy. The USS Ronald Reagan docked at the Port of Brisbane yesterday to join ...
USS Ronald Reagan arrives in BrisbaneThe Australian
USS Ronald Reagan, with 3000 sailors on board, docks at Port of BrisbaneBrisbane Times
Thousands of sailors arrive in Brisbane as USS Ronald Reagan
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The Australian
'Threat to kill boy' after alleged bike theft
The Australian
Efforts in the Aboriginal community to calm public resentment after Friday's Elijah Doughty verdict have been tested by news that, on Saturday, two people allegedly assaulted and held captive a 15-year-old boy they say was riding their stolen motorbike.
Kalgoorlie youth facility plans reviewedSky News Australia
The Killing Fields: How We Failed Elijah Doughty, And Countless OthersNew Matilda