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  • ‘Dirty system’ milking billions
    WELL connected property developers are siphoning off billions of dollars from the public every year through political favours, a new study has found.
  • Muslim boys refuse to play soccer with girls
    A SCHOOL soccer match was almost called off because some Muslim boys didn’t “feel comfortable” playing against two females in the opposing team.
  • ‘Screech’ guilty in stabbing drama
    DUSTIN Diamond, who played Screech in the hit 90s show Saved by the Bell , has been convicted of two misdemeanours following a bar-room stabbing last year.
  • Sticky’s sensational walk out
    CANBERRA Raiders coach Ricky Stuart is not a happy man. And after what transpired Saturday night, the club is going to pay a hefty price for it.
  • The tech that will transform your life
    THE hi-tech future you were promised as a child is almost here, with automated cars, virtual reality headsets and calorie-counting scanners all set to be released.

The Australian

  • Offshore quake shakes Japan
    A 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck off the Japanese coast last night, shaking buildings in Tokyo and setting off car alarms.
  • Kyrgios, Kokkinakis exit Open
    Australia’s French Open tennis challenge is over. The emerging duo of Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis bowed to the world’s best men.
  • Spurs edge Sydney in friendly
    Tottenham golden boy Harry Kane has put the Sky Blues to the sword 1-0 before a bumper crowd at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium.
  • Freo hold to win record
    Fremantle pipped Adelaide to stay unbeaten this AFL season. Port, Hawthorn, the Bulldogs and Tigers were also winners.
  • Broncos rise with Raiders defeat
    Brisbane have provisionally moved to the top of the NRL ladder after toppling Canberra 24-12, and the Cowboys have beaten Manly.

The Canberra Times

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  • Refugees lured to bush with visa offer
    THOUSANDS of asylum-seekers will be granted “safe haven” visas if they agree to live and work in NSW country towns, under a new State Government deal.
  • Top 20 recipes to cook before you die
    WE asked 20 of the nation’s best chefs to share their ultimate recipes. From simple side dishes to elaborate mains and delicious desserts, these are the meals you must try.
  • Triple-0 deadbeats forced to pay up
    GOVERNMENT-appointed “enforcement officers” will be given the power to seize property, dock wages and freeze ­assets to help recover millions of dollars in unpaid ambulan...
  • The only reason poet Idris hasn’t quit NRL
    JAMAL Idris is his own man. “I am not the Panthers, I am not the NRL. I have my own identity.” And there is only one reason he’s still in the NRL.
  • Reclusive couple giving away millions
    A SYDNEY couple worth more than $200m have quietly been selling off parts of their property empire to set up a charitable fund to donate money to worthy causes.

The AgeThe Age

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  • Parents block boy’s blood transfusion
    A BRISBANE hospital has made an extraordinary legal bid in a fight to stop parents blocking their seven-year-old son’s blood transfusion during a life-saving operation.
  • Trainers ‘threw dogs off lookout point’
    DOGS thrown from lookouts, trainers putting them down by drilling into their heads, starved dogs infested with fleas. These are just some of the horror claims revealed in the greyhound sc...
  • Charity chiefs’ luxury getaway — for work
    CHARITY chiefs spent thousands of dollars on a retreat at a luxurious tropical resort to work out how to help Queenslanders in need.
  • Brothers in arms in fight for life
    EACH day little Kade fights for his life. He’s been forced into a situation no child should endure but he knows his big brother is always with him.
  • ’I could die. But it’s worth the risk’
    QUEENSLAND dad Ian Callaghan is expected to be wheelchair bound within a year and bedridden in five. He’s joining an increasing number of Aussies heading overseas for controversial ...

Brisbane TimesBrisbane Times

The West Australian

WA TodayWA Today


  • ‘We’ll never see our mother again’
    NOOR Ellis is the woman accused of murdering their father. But her Australian sons have vowed they will not see her beyond this week, no matter the outcome.
  • Esperance surfer’s brave rescue attempt
    A HERO surfer has told how he came agonisingly close to saving a drowning man who slipped off rocks at Esperance — only to lose him as pounding waves dragged the victim under.
  • Large earthquake shakes Tokyo
    A POWERFUL earthquake which struck off the coast of Japan shook buildings in Tokyo and was felt across most of the country.
  • Chaos tip on freight link
    THE route of a tunnel proposed for a key section of the Perth Freight Link has been revealed, with Main Roads confirming it would run from Clontarf Hill to High St in Fremantle.
  • Why Lord Mayor must resign
    PROVIDING corporate hospitality at the Beijing Olympics to 176 government officials and employees has cost BHP Billiton $US25 million in fines. It should also cost Lisa Scaffidi her job a...

Adelaide Now

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The Examiner

  • Wilson stars for Torns
    THE Launceston Tornadoes notched up a fifth consecutive win on Saturday night, overcoming the Ballarat Rush by 20 points.
  • Favourite fabric a catwalk winner
    THE versatility of wool was on display at the Campbell Town Show on Saturday.
  • Mowbray ram raid
    POLICE only had to follow the drag marks to find an ATM stolen in a botched ram raid at Mowbray on Saturday morning.
  • Total commitment to Hawthorn
    IT WAS part of Steven and Jane Brookes’ marriage contract to both be Hawthorn members.
  • South forced to work hard for win
    NTFA division 1 ladder leader South Launceston maintained its unbeaten record with a hard-fought 16-point victory over a gallant Bridgenorth in their game at Youngtown on Saturday.

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  • Great Scott brace extends streak to nine
    AN incredible two try performance from Matt Scott, who was in doubt to back up from Origin, has led the Cowboys to a ninth straight victory.
  • Eels go on a mid-season getaway after win
    EELS players will this week escape the Sydney rat race for some much-needed R & R after an indifferent and frustrating start to the NRL season.
  • Blues friendship forgotten in local derby
    NEW South Wales’ two wasted weapons will go head-to-head in Sunday’s in a fierce local rivalry that will see their Blues friendship forgotten.
  • Sharks circle for Matthews
    WILL Matthews will make a decision after the Dragons match as to whether he will take up a two-year offer to join Cronulla next season.
  • Time running out for Stone
    KNIGHTS coach Rick Stone knew from the start he didn’t have much time to make an impact. But with just one win in seven, that two-year deal could be optimistic.

Illawarra Mercury

Townsville Bulletin

  • Cowboys on cloud nine
    GAVIN Cooper has put North Queensland on cloud nine with his last gasp try giving the Cowboys an against the odds win over Manly and keeping the club’s record breaking winning strea...
  • Account Closed
    BANK of Queensland’s North Ward branch is to be shut down just weeks after another scandal involving false witnessing of loans.
  • Little boy lucky to be alive
    IT was one agonising second but for a horrified mother it would have felt like a lifetime.
  • Man charged over knife incident
    A MAN has been charged after he was allegedly armed with a knife outside a police station on Friday afternoon.
  • Parking mad
    PARKING at Townsville Hospital has reached crisis point with staff sneaking into public areas and arriving up to an hour early to find a park to avoid being late for work.

The Border Mail

The Gold Cost Bulletin

  • Offshore terminal runs aground
    COUNCILLOR Dawn Crichlow has suggested Broadwater Caravan Park be handed over to cruise terminal proponent ASF and converted into a resort.
  • Battle lines drawn over flight paths
    OPPOSITION towards planned changes to Gold Coast Airport flight paths is growing with a public meeting planned next week.
  • Wipe-out on free beach parking
    PLANS by council to introduce three-hour limits for beachside parking have been met with anger and dismay by the surfing community.
  • Titans last minute effort to late
    A last-ditch effort at victory by the Titans has fallen short with the Rabbitohs claiming a 22-16 victory this afternoon.
  • Hawks win as Suns fade away
    The Gold Coast Suns horror season has continued with more injury woes coming from their eighth loss of the season today.

Global ReportsGlobal Reports

  • Indonesia girl back with family after 2004 tsunami
    A 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 over
    If 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 detainees
    Protesters 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, Russia
    A 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 children
    The 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...

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  • Cricket-Test Series England v New Zealand scoreboard
    May 30 (Infostrada Sports) - Scoreboard at stumps on the second day in the second and final Test between England and New Zealand on Saturday in Leeds, England New Zealand 1st innings (Ove...
  • Rugby-Super 15 results and standings
    May 30 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the Super 15 matches on Saturday RESULTS Highlanders (New Zealand) 36 Chiefs (New Zealand) 9 Western Force (Australia) 10 Reds (Aus...
  • Cook exits after breaking Gooch's England record
    Alastair Cook became England's highest-ever run-scorer in Test cricket when he broke the record of batting mentor Graham Gooch during the second Test against New Zealand at Headingl...
  • Cricket-England's leading test run-scorers
    (Updates after Cook out for 75) LEEDS, England, May 30 (Reuters) - Following is a list ofEngland's 10 leading test run-scorers after Alastair Cookovertook Graham Gooch at the top on the s...
  • Cook passes milestone as England bears down on NZ's 350
    LEEDS, England (AP) — Alastair Cook became England's top run-scorer in tests and was on course for a record-extending 28th century as he and Adam Lyth propelled the team to 163-0 by...

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