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- Pakistan’s payback for massacrePAKISTAN has unleashed its fury on the Taliban days after the bloody murder of 148 people — mostly children — in a school massacre.
- FBI blames N Korea for Sony hackTHE Obama administration has formally accused the North Korean government of hacking Sony Pictures.
- Cancer dad’s miracle gift to save daughterA TERMINALLY ill dad’s dying wish for his little girl has come true — thousands of strangers are helping to save her life.
- Inside the world’s most exclusive loungeQANTAS is upping the A-list factor by opening a first class lounge at bustling Los Angeles airport. We take a peek inside.
- Eight kids dead in mass stabbingPOLICE have surrounded a house in the Cairns suburb of Manoora where eight children, all siblings aged from 18 months to 15 years of age, have been slaughtered.
- Luke Keary officially ruled a BlueTHE Origin tug of war over Souths half Luke Keary is finally over with NSW naming him yesterday in an emerging squad for 2015.
- Rebels could move to the bushNSW Country Eagles owner Rick Hutchison has devised a plan to relocate the Melbourne Rebels to regional centres in NSW and Queensland.
- Partyland, with a little cricketSTEVE Smith was the Sydney Sixers’ captain for the corresponding match last year. Time flies, huh?
- Johnson enjoys licence to thrillRAISE the bar higher and you can knock yourself out going underneath. A year ago Mitchell Johnson began setting it as high as a bowler can.
- Cowan at head of line to fill slotWITH Mitchell Marsh hobbling, selectors might struggle to replace him for the Boxing Day Test. If it comes to that.
The Canberra Times
- School catchment zones a key factor when buying propertyWith OP results out this weekend, families with younger children are already planning for the future.
- Cairns stabbing: The tragic events that scarred QueenslandQueensland has many dates etched in its collective heart.
- Benjamin Law: I'm not making Christmas lunch this yearLast year, I decided to host Christmas lunch myself.
- Police embarrassed as Brisbane terror suspect Omar Succarieh wins bailPolice have been left red-faced after failing to explain why bail shouldn't have been granted to a man charged with extortion and supporting a terrorist organisation.
- Cairns stabbing: When words aren't enough to convey the griefNo words can truly describe the effect learning of the deaths of eight children has on the body.
The Sydney Morning Herald
- The woman in 'Window 4'For 16 hours, a TV cameraman and a police sniper did their best to track the siege gunman. What they saw shocked both of them.
- Why police sniper didn't shoot gunmanThe hostage-taker appeared unobstructed at the cafe window. Here's why marksmen didn't take the shot.
- How siege reached its awful endThe hostages seized their chance. But as they made for the exit, their captor roused - and turned his fury on one man.
- Iran 'sought gunman's extradition'Police chief says Australia rebuffed attempts to have Man Haron Monis returned.
- India off to blistering startAustralian quicks struggle to get an early breakthrough at the Gabba.
The Daily Telegraph
- Magic Millions’ $10m Gold Coast strikeTHE Gold Coast, Australia’s favourite playground and famous for its sun, surf and sand, is about to become home of the nation’s first-ever $10 million raceday.
- Crazed plot to target Seven NetworkCHANNEL 7’s flagship studio in Martin Place may have been the original target of deranged terrorist Man Haron Monis.
- Living next door to a madmanBEFORE his savagery devastated a nation, for several families Man Haron Monis was the odd neighbour pointing imaginary pistols at their children, write Ashlee Mullany and Ben McLellan.
- Baird’s pain: ‘I have regret for everything’PREMIER Mike Baird has admitted to feelings of regret over the Lindt Café siege and revealed he asked himself the question “how did this happen” within seconds of learnin...
- Macdonald’s fall: From ‘Sir Lunchalot’ to cleaning unitsFORMER minister and ICAC target Ian Macdonald reveals to Bruce Mcdougall his plunge from parliament to cleaning duties.
- Unstable and creepyANNE DAVIES: I met the hostage-taker recently. Ominously, he told me he did not think giving speeches would be enough.
- 'We are so proud of our beautiful boy Tori'The manager of the Lindt Chocolat Cafe was one of two people killed during Monday's siege.
- 'This pen is my gun'Three days after losing bid to overturn conviction, Man Haron Monis took 17 people hostage.
- Lawyer, mother of three killedSydney barrister who was top of high school class, bar exams dies in cafe siege.
- Bomb threat at DFAT in CanberraBreaking: Reports of a bomb threat at the Department of Foreign and Affairs and Trade.
- Profumo 'temptress' Mandy Rice-Davies diesMANDY Rice-Davies, who was swept up in the Profumo affair which scandalised early 1960s Britain, has died at the age of 70.
- Ex-aide to UK PM denies child porn chargesA FORMER aide to British Prime Minister David Cameron has pleaded not guilty in a London court to making and possessing indecent images of children.
- Man rams car into Spain's ruling party HQA MAN has been arrested outside the headquarters of Spain's ruling Popular Party after he rammed a car into its office entrance.
- Missing woman's partner arrested on murderMISSING Darwin mother Carlie Sinclair's partner has been arrested 18 months after her disappearance.
- Eight children killed in Cairns tragedyPOLICE will conduct an extensive investigation into the slaying of eight children in their Cairns home as authorities help the community deal with the grief.
- ‘Forgive me’ plea before eight souls lostSHE was all smiles after giving birth in an emergency delivery five years ago. Today she’s a person of interest in one of Australia's worst massacres.
- Suffer the children - horror goes globalSHOCKWAVES from the massacre of eight children in Cairns have rippled out to engulf the city, the nation ... and the world.
- Bikie war: ‘Wipe them out ... all of them’QUEENSLAND’S war on bikies has been so successful that in one gang only the president remains. But police aren’t going to stop there.
- Waiting game a pane in the glassSTILL waiting for repairs after Brisbane’s freak hailstorm? You’re not alone, and the outlook from insurers isn’t great.
- Oh, oh, oh ... don’t dial emergency for thatSANTA in a squeeze? The calls to triple-0 get even more bizarre in the silly season. Don’t dial this at home.
- Police officer run down by stolen carAn officer has been hit and injured while trying to arrest two alleged car thieves in Logan.
- You want my age? You're sued WooliesJudge orders grocery giant to pay jobseeker compensation after anti-discrimination breach.
- Why sniper didn't take shotThe gunman appeared unobstructed at the cafe window. Here's why the marksmen didn't shoot.
- Garden City also the fine cityToowoomba residents worst for unpaid fines, owing the state $14m.
- Police out in force over breakQueenslanders to see almost more blue than red and green this Christmas.
The West Australian
- Clinical New Zealand beat Pakistan for series win (AFP)Abu Dhabi (AFP) - Skipper Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor hit half-centuries while paceman Matt Henry recorded career best bowling figures as New Zealand thumped Pakistan by 68 runs in t...
- T-Mobile to pay $90 million to settle US fraud charges (AFP)Washington (AFP) - German mobile phone company T-Mobile has agreed to pay at least $90 million to settle US government claims that it bilked customers with bogus charges, US regulators s...
- Two people rescued from Sydney unit blaze (AAP)Police and firefighters have rescued two people trapped in a blaze which severely damaged a unit in inner Sydney.
- Man loses finger in back yard attack (AAP)A Sydney man has lost a finger after two intruders attacked him with an unknown weapon in the back yard of his home.
- Aust seek quick wickets on day four (AAP)India's second innings will resume on 1-71 on day four of the second Test in Brisbane, with the tourists still trailing Australia by 26 runs.
- Thousands gather for SamMassive public response to death of Landsdale two-year-old Sam Trott, with Facebook tributes and candle-lit vigil.
- 'You will not find better in Port Hedland...'Comment: ... Except we did, showing up the poor attitude of service staff in formerly booming WA mining town.
- Food-packaging lies revealedThey might claim to have all the goodness of fruit and vegetables but the reality is very different.
- This could be your son, your brotherComment: WA government has both a road tax and a no-fault insurance scheme on the table. The cynic in me suggests which might be dropped.
- City shocked by bare-legged womanWearing a knee-length dress, this mystery woman set tongues wagging in Kabul.
- ‘Relief package’ for junior iron ore minersJUNIOR iron ore miners have been offered a “relief package” by the WA Government, amid a slump in iron ore price in the last 12 months.
- Fire threat eases in Casuarina, KwinanaTWO bushfires within kilometres of each other south of Perth no longer pose threats to properties, with alert levels downgraded to advice.
- Cyanide in food at Rinehart minePOLICE investigators have revealed that cyanide was found in the fruit given to a contractor at Gina Rinehart’s Roy Hill construction site
- Relax: Our Christmas forecast’s just rightPERTH was baking today — the city’s hottest maximum since January — but our Christmas week forecast couldn’t be better.
- Instagram photographer of the yearFORGET about selfies. Time has named its Instagram photographer of the year and his powerful images will stun you.
- Jets rock Reds to break win droughtA LATE goal from Jeronimo Neumann has helped Newcastle Jets shock Adelaide United 2-1 for their first win of the season. WATCH ALL THE GOALS.
- ‘Forgive me’ plea before eight souls lostSHE was all smiles after giving birth in an emergency delivery five years ago. Today she’s a person of interest in one of Australia's worst massacres.
- The missing nine minutes that beg many questionsTHEY are the missing and unexplained nine minutes between the first and second shots that brought about the end of the Lindt Cafe siege.
- Henry Keogh may spend Christmas at homeFOR the first time in almost 20 years, Henry Keogh could spend Christmas at home with his family.
- Be ready to shell out $25,000 for school feesSAINT Peter’s College looks set to become the first Adelaide school to charge $25,000 a year for Year 12 fees, as prominent private schools reveal hikes of around 4.5 per cent for 2...
- Abbott's Tassie sweetenerOPPOSITION Leader Tony Abbott has defended the Coalition's $16m pledge to a privately owned Hobart business.
- Truck crash causes delaysUPDATE A CRANE has been called in to clear a truck roll-over on the Midland Highway at Bridgewater.
- Dive team joins kayaker searchTHE search for missing Adelaide kayaker William McCallum is continuing today, with little hope of finding him alive.
- Bell rings for young thespiansYOUNG actors will attempt to embody the works of the bard when they audition for a Bell Shakespeare scholarship.
- Soothing sounds ease painTHE TSO has recorded a CD of tunes designed especially to calm and soothe ill babies and children.
- Giro ‘tempting’FORMER Tour de France champion Chris Froome admits he was sorely tempted to switch his 2015 focus to the Tour of Italy rather than attempt to win back his crown in Paris.
- No date set for Thurlow returnLAUNCESTON’S Jackson Thurlow has been released from hospital, just under a week after suffering a lacerated kidney at Geelong training.
- State legends in carnivals clashTWO legends of Tasmanian sport will feature in a head-to-head battle to open the Tasmanian carnivals series at the Silverdome next Saturday night.
- Fans flock to meet GillardHER fans spilled out of the store and around the corner, breaking a Launceston book-signing attendance record set by cricket legends Glenn McGrath and Adam Gilchrist.
- Student ends year on high noteSUPER-student Eamonn Shorter has ended 2014 on a high note.
- England keeper Hart signs extended deal with Man CityLONDON (Reuters) - Manchester City and England goalkeeper Joe Hart has signed a new long-term deal with the Premier League champions that will run until the end of the 2018/19 season, the...
- Surfing world title battle resumesAfter five days of poor surf, the title-deciding men's world surfing event resumes at Pipeline on Oahu's north shore.
- Leicester boss Pearson handed touchline ban and fineLONDON (Reuters) - Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson has been given a one-match touchline ban and fined 10,000 pounds ($15,600) after arguing with a fan during their Premier League def...
- Rodriguez fit, Ramos doubtful for Club World Cup finalMARRAKECH, Morocco (Reuters) - Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez is available for Saturday's Club World Cup final against San Lorenzo but centre back Sergio Ramos needs a late f...
- FIFA to publish Garcia report in 'appropriate form'MARRAKECH, Morocco (Reuters) - FIFA's executive committee has unanimously agreed to publish an "appropriate" version of a report into the bidding process for the 2018/2022 World Cups...
Sky News Australia
- Vic man jailed 20 years for killing twoA man has been jailed for 20 years for killing two men and seriously injuring a third during a brawl.
- Objects spotted in MH370 searchObjects have been spotted on a beach near Augusta in WA that may be linked to missing flight MH370.
- Govt's audit to be released next weekJoe Hockey will next week release the commission of audit that's helping him frame his first budget.
- PM says MH370 search won't be abandonedPM Tony Abbott has reaffirmed Aust's pledge to do everything possible to find the missing Malaysian plane.
- William and Kate pack for ACTBluebloods the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will leave Canberra a little greener after their visit.
- Siege tributes to be collected and kept (AAP)The NSW government has announced measures to allow mourners to continue laying tributes at Martin Place.
- Cairns tragedy site intensely examined (AAP)Police investigating the deaths of eight children at a home in Cairns say there are no "formal suspects" as forensic examination of the scene continues.
- Commemoration to be held at siege site (AAP)Sydney siege victims Tori Johnson and Katrina Dawson will be commemorated at a gathering organised by the Muslims and Friends community group.
- Motorcyclist killed in NT crash (AAP)A motorcyclist has died after crashing into a utility at an intersection in the Northern Territory city of Palmerston.
- Cairns stabbings: Eight children dead after incident in Manoora home (ABC)Residents of far north Queensland are in shock after the bodies of eight children were found following a multiple stabbing in a suburban Cairns home.
- 'We can win'Labor can defeat Abbott at the next election, Gillard says
- Hurt Qld climber 'fell up to 40 metres'A woman who fell from a cliff in southeast Queensland may have tumbled 40 metres.
- Sydney NBN switch-on suffers tech glitchHalfway through the media launch of Sydney's first connection to the network, it cut out.
- Keira Knightley marries in south of FranceBritish actress Keira Knightley has married singer James Righton in a discreet ceremony in the southern French village of Mazan, according to the mayor.
- Cops called on grandfather, girl playing at beachA fun day at the beach turned sour for a Sydney grandfather and his six-year-old granddaughter after somebody saw the little girl swimming naked and called police.
- Cairns tragedy site intensely examinedPolice are yet to name any formal suspects into the deaths of eight siblings in a Cairns mass murder scene.
- FBI says North Korea behind Sony attackThe US says it has determined that the North Korean government was behind a hacking attack against Sony.
- Assistant Treasurer Sinodinos resignsArthur Sinodinos has announced he will resign as Assistant Treasurer effective from close of business today.
- Siege tributes to be collected and keptAn additional site is set to be opened for tributes to the victims of the Martin Place Lindt Cafe siege.
- 50 militants dead as Pakistan strikes backPakistani security forces have killed more than 50 suspected militants following a Taliban school massacre.
Ten News on Twitter
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- The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a Severe Weather Warning for the Illawarra, South Coast, Southern Tablelands & Snowy Mountains #tennewsTenNewsSydney: The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a Severe Weather Warning for the Illawarra, South Coast, Southern Tablelands & Snowy Mountains #tennews
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Australian Financial Review
- Parkinson: budget whiners will sink usTreasury secretary
- Turnbull lets loose in China-US critique“In conversation” with the Financial Review’s editor-in-chief, it was Malcolm Turnbull unplugged.
- Budget sales job failing, says Malcolm TurnbullMalcolm Turnbull has suggested the government was struggling with its budget because it failed to adequately make the case for change, including waiting too long to release a report by it...
- Cyber attacks a threat to US investment in China, Kurt Campbell saysCyber attacks and an increasingly inhospitable regulatory environment are undermining US business confidence in China, the Obama administrations’ former highest ranking diplomat for the r...
- Lack of public support killed carbon price, Shorten to explainOpposition leader Bill Shorten believes pricing carbon ultimately failed in 2009 because there was insufficient public consensus to force the opposition rebels and Greens to back Kevin Ru...
- Big banks too big to fail concept should be investigated says BOQ chiefBank of Queensland has called on the government to consider whether Australia's big four banks are 'too big to fail'.
- Money dries up for resources projects after record $30b spendFalling commodity prices and rising costs have resulted in the lowest spending on new resource projects in more than a decade.
- Treasury Wine Estates seeks Supreme Court injunction to stop Mark Elliott accessing its shareholder registerTreasury Wine Estates has sought an injunction against Mark Elliott to stop him accessing its shareholder register.
- Decision over ADM's $3.4b GrainCorp bid hinges on HockeyArcher Daniels Midland wants to take everything but politics off the table as the deadline for its $3.4 billion bid for GrainCorp approaches.
- Saputo 'misinformed' Warrnambool shareholders over bid, claims Murray GoulburnMurray Goulburn is urging the Abbott government to halt Saputo's bid to control Warrnambool Cheese & Butter.
- ’I’ll help others not make this mistake’THREE months after his arrest, a remorseful Michael Phelps has received a one-year suspended prison sentence after pleading guilty to drink driving.
- Illegal driver Reus to play onTHE international playing career of Germany’s Marco Reus will not be affected by his admission he drove for years without a licence.
- FIFA to release Cup corruption reportFIFA will publish a legally ‘appropriate version’ of a report into allegations of World Cup bidding corruption, president Sepp Blatter says.
- Hewitt wants to go back to back in BrisbaneLLEYTON HEWITT insists the upcoming summer of tennis won’t be his last but admits he isn’t looking past the Australian Open.
- Balfour still Australia’s MLB heroGRANT Balfour, Australian baseball’s $6 million a year man, says his longevity in the game is his greatest achievement.
- Anti-Islamic protesters disrupt siege memorialSydneysiders paying their respects to siege victims at Martin Place have shouted down a group of anti-Islamic protesters who appeared at the memorial on Friday afternoon.
- Hawks fall short in overtime thrillerThe Wollongong Hawks remain at the bottom of the NBL ladder after Friday night’s enthralling 103-98 overtime loss to Melbourne United .
- Sixers being courted for three-year T20 relationshipCricketIllawarra will pursue a deal which would see the Sydney Sixers play games at North Dalton Park for the next three years.
- Farrell on comeback trail after horror 2014Dragons centre Dylan Farrell admits his second pectoral tear within four months was an "all-time low" .
- A year of highs and lows in Illawarra sportMercury sports editor Tim Barrow reflects on the big sporting stories of 2014
- Minister looks at customs upgradeTHE Federal Government is considering ways it can provide customs, immigration and quarantine services at Townsville Airport so international passenger flights can recommence.
- Cannon hunters seek helpTHE group of amateur historians trying to locate the two cannons buried in Reid Park are putting out a call for help from local businesses to help excavate them.
- Man jumps from window to escape Townsville house fireA MAN was forced to jump out of a first-floor window after his Aitkenvale home was engulfed in flames.
- Emily’s acting horizons broadenTOWNSVILLE actor Emily Edwards has stamped her reputation as one of North Queensland’s rising stars and now she will cross the country to participate in a prestigious performing art...
- Drought grind takes its tollFOURTEEN-year-old Tameeka Luther’s boarding school days at All Souls St Gabriel’s School in Charters Towers are over.
The Border Mail
- ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE: Christmas and the New YearGIGS, festivals, markets and exhibitions over the Christmas break.
- Fire victims need help, says McCurdyA NORTH East MP has called on the Victorian government to provide emergency grants to people affected by this week’s fires.
- Bear hugs all round for duoIT is not every day you see a dog graduate from university.
- Hayden juggles challenges to excel at workJUGGLING full-time work, night school and two children is no walk in the park but for Hayden Rowell, the challenge has paid off.
- Ellie does the hard yardsIF Ellie Brush is carrying the weight of Canberra United’s W-League hopes on her shoulders — perhaps, more accurately, her ankle — it’s not showing.
The Gold Cost Bulletin
- Vet warns on pet killer treatsIT might be tempting to share the love and give your beloved pet a piece of chocolate this Christmas, but vets are warning against it.
- X-ray inquiry finds six need helpANOTHER six patients need further investigation after being caught up in Gold Coast Health’s X-ray checking scandal.
- Over-50s lifestyle community boomLIFESTYLE communities catering for the over-50s are set to become a major driver of growth for the Gold Coast property sector over the next 15 years.
- Feral fungus threatens rainforestsTHIS might sound odd, but next time you’re about to trek along a muddy path through the Lamington National Park, wipe your feet.
- Beaches are butt of jokeSTATE laws which ban smoking are a joke with volunteers removing thousands of cigarette butts from patrolled areas at the city’s best beaches.
- Indonesia girl back with family after 2004 tsunamiA girl who was swept away in the Indian Ocean tsunami seven years ago said Friday she broke down in tears this week after tracking down her parents, who had long lost hope of finding her...
- Not just NKorea, political dynasties are all overIf North Korea's new leader is looking for advice on how to carry on his family's dynasty, he could turn to Rahul Gandhi, who is on a quest to become the fourth generation of h...
- Chinese villagers demand release of detaineesProtesters gathered Saturday outside a town hall in southern China to appeal for the release of people detained during demonstrations over a planned power plant expansion, a witness said.
- Social networking booming in Egypt, RussiaA new survey shows people in poorer countries send text messages more often than those in wealthier countries. Men in Spain and Germany access the Internet on their phones twice as much ...
- Faces of the recession: homeless childrenThe National Center on Family Homelessness said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States in 2010 or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. Th...
Yahoo! News - Australia & Pacific
- Cricket-Cook out, Morgan in as England ODI captain - reports(Adds reaction) By Tony Jimenez LONDON, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Alastair Cook has been dropped as England captain for next year's 50-over World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, the BBC and Sk...
- Clinical New Zealand beat Pakistan for series winSkipper Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor hit half-centuries while paceman Matt Henry recorded career best bowling figures as New Zealand thumped Pakistan by 68 runs in the fifth and final...
- Henry's 5-wicket haul gives NZ 68-run winABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Inexperienced seamer Matt Henry grabbed 5-30 as New Zealand defeated Pakistan by 68 runs in the fifth one-day international on Friday to clinch the ...
- No mega events but plenty on the sporting menu in 2015By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY (Reuters) - The lack of an Olympics or a soccer World Cup deprives 2015 of a single global focus for sports fans but a rich calendar of international events has m...
- Cricket-One Day International Pakistan v New Zealand scoreboardDec 19 (Infostrada Sports) - Scoreboard at close of play in the fifth and final One Day International between Pakistan and New Zealand on Friday in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates New Zea...
Yahoo! News - Australia
- Australia bears sharpen their clawsAustralia's economic data may have been only "meh," but some economists see dark clouds on the horizon, spurring sharp cuts to growth forecasts.
- Cricket: Australia eye Olympic-size World Cup boostAustralia is anticipating the 11th Cricket World Cup to be the biggest sports event staged in the country since the 2000 Sydney Olympics with ticket sales moving briskly.
- Australia's Woodside opens door to resolving E.Timor gas disputeAustralia's Woodside Petroleum is in talks with East Timor on building an onshore gas plant, potentially removing one of the major barriers to developing gas fields that could provide bil...
- Australia eye Olympic-size World Cup boostAustralia is anticipating the 11th Cricket World Cup to be the biggest sports event staged in the country since the 2000 Sydney Olympics with ticket sales moving briskly.
- Australia bows to pressure to step up Ebola fight in AfricaBy Lincoln Feast SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia will fund an Ebola treatment clinic in Sierra Leone, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Wednesday, responding to pressure from the United Sta...