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Bernardi and Family First join forces
The Australian
Family First will cease to exist from Wednesday after secret talks with Cory Bernardi led the party to merge with his Australian Conservatives. The surprise move, which seeks to unite economic and social conservatives into a strong political bloc, will ...
Bernardi's conservative party growsNEWS.com.au
Cory Bernardi's Australian Conservatives to amalgamate with Family FirstABC Online
Family First to merge with Cory Bernardi's Australian Conservatives party9news.com.au
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ABC Backs Yassmin Abdel-Magied Despite Backlash Over ANZAC Day Post
Pedestrian TV
Despite the frenzied screaming of pretty much everyone employed by News Corp who didn't take the day off, the ABC has told The New Daily that they will not be taking any action against presenter and writer Yassmin Abdel-Magied over social media posts ...

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Washington Post
This is why the first 100 days is a 'ridiculous standard' for judging presidents
Washington Post
President Trump, who has yet to pass any major legislative initiatives, recently tweeted his frustration with the “ridiculous standard of the first 100 days” as a benchmark for judging a new president's accomplishments. The historical record suggests ...
Why Trump can still win while losingCNBC

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The Australian
Turnbull to join Trump at Coral Sea event
The Australian
Malcolm Turnbull is set to meet US President Donald Trump in New York next week to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Coral Sea aboard a World War II aircraft carrier. Speaking at Camp Baird in the United Arab Emirates yesterday, the ...
Australia remembers the fallendailytelegraph.com.au
Coalition MP Andrew Laming calls for new national anthem verse to reflect Australian valuesThe Sydney Morning Herald
Trump, Turnbull to meet 'shortly'NEWS.com.au
The Australian Financial Review -Herald Sun -9news.com.au -The Conversation AU
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NEWS.com.au
Man and women dead in shooting incident in Wangaratta
NEWS.com.au
A MAN and a woman have died in a shooting incident that sparked a stand-off with police in Victoria's north. Police had been trying to make contact with the pair in the Belle Avenue, Wangaratta property since around 1pm. Two adults and six children ...
Wangaratta streets in lockdown after shot firedHerald Sun
Man and woman found dead in house in Wangaratta after shots firedThe Age
Wangaratta siege ends with two found deadThe Australian
9news.com.au -The Border Mail
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The Australian
NSW fisherman 'sadly' kills massive bull shark
The Australian
A massive, 314.5kg bull shark was caught in waters 120km north of Sydney at the weekend. Lake Macquarie fisherman Geoffrey McEwan was fishing off the Swansea banks when an unusually large catch became caught in rocks. “I didn't want to cut it off with ...
Massive bull shark catch sparks online outrageThe New Daily
Bull shark caught in NSW sparks social media debateHerald Sun
Massive bull shark caught at Lake MacquarieThe Sydney Morning Herald

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SBS
Betting on a record: Anzac Day marked with two-up
SBS
Thousands of Sydney punters have flocked to what's been dubbed the biggest two-up game in the world. Source: AAP. 25 Apr 2017 - 3:56 PM UPDATED NOW. Tweet. Thousands of keen punters have flocked to northern Sydney for what was claimed to be ...

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9news.com.au
Property Council releases its housing fix
9news.com.au
Australia's peak property industry group has unveiled a plan to improve housing affordability, championing low-deposit loans for first home buyers, but warns against "playing with" negative gearing. The Property Council of Australia's 10-point ...
Scott Morrison is trying to have and eat the housing affordability cakeThe Australian Financial Review
Housing affordability: Is more supply the answer to driving down prices?ABC Online

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The Australian
Terror focus on 10 mentally ill Aussie extremists
The Australian
About 10 mentally ill or vulnerable Australians who could become perpetrators of Islamic State-inspired violence have been identified as part of a major new police push to target would-be extremists before they conduct a terrorist attack. Newly ...

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