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- Long road home for MH17 victimsTHE bodies of the victims of the MH17 tragedy will be flown to The Netherlands on Wednesday, as Operation Bring Them Home swings into action.
- Bill Clinton ‘still has mistress’BILL Clinton reportedly has a buxom blonde mistress who visits so often the former US president’s Secret Service detail have dubbed her ‘Energiser’.
- Young workers dying in their sleepYOUNG workers in a major Chinese factory city are mysteriously dying in their sleep, a devastating trend thought to be linked to overwork.
- ‘YOLO, totes amazeballs’ now wordsTOTES amazeballs! The latest edition of the Chambers Dictionary has included 1000 new words set to annoy word lovers around the world.
- Latest updates: MH17 disasterSIGHING. Eye rolling. Why did the leader of the Russian rebels compare the MH17 disaster to black humour?
- Rogers wins his first Tour stageAUSTRALIAN Michael Rogers has won the longest stage of the Tour de France, leading a breakaway to a downhill finish as the race entered the Pyrenees.
- Thorpe returns to the foldIAN Thorpe was embraced by the Australian swimming team when he appeared on pooldeck in Glasgow.
- Clubs baulk at Frawley’s demandsA SECOND AFL club has confirmed Demons free agent James Frawley wants a seven-year deal to move at the end of the season.
- I won’t let you down, vows CateYOU can count on me. That’s Cate Campbell’s promise to the national team and the country.
- Eagles fend off claims of exodusMANLY chief David Perry has rubbished reports that stars Brett Stewart, Anthony Watmough and Steve Matai want out.
The Canberra Times
- Canberra's Northbourne Square towers approvedThe ACT government has approved a $300 million redevelopment in the city which will change the skyline in the CBD.
- Melbourne AIDS summit holds vigilHundreds of people have attended a candlelight vigil in Melbourne to remember the delegates of the AIDS conference who were killed in the MH17 tragedy, as well as those who have lost the...
- MH17 black boxes 'in good condition', Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak saysKuala Lumpur: Malaysia says the MH17 black boxes they received from pro-Russian separatists appear not to have been tampered with, raising hopes the recorders will prove what happened to...
The Sydney Morning Herald
- Secrecy clouds Eiffel momentWhat is up to 60 metres tall and runs through the centre of the city? Sydney Council will not say.
- Wreckage has been cut into pieces: observersIt's time for professionals to take over, international team says, after seeing two men cut into first class cabin with a saw.
- Stern PM right to shift approachComment: The man who called MH17 disaster for what it was, is now taking a more measured stance.
- Travellers stay with doomed carrierMother who came "so close" to buying a ticket for her son on MH17 flight is now flying Malaysia Airlines.
- More indignity for MH17 victimsTheir bodies sat on a train for days. When they reached government-controlled Ukraine, the insults weren't over.
The Daily Telegraph
- Music and money: an impossible mixFORGET about it being a long way to the top to rock’n’roll. A new documentary reveals the struggles that Australian performers have just to break even.
- Abbott slams ‘industrial-scale’ MH17 subterfugeTONY Abbott accused Russian separatists of engaging in a cover-up, amid fears the black box recorders from Flight MH17 may have been tampered with.
- MH17 clues expose missile impactAS CLUES reveal more about the potential Russian-backed rebel missile strike on MH17, the question is: what are they hiding?
- Medicinal cannabis in NSW looking more likelyTHE legalisation of medicinal cannabis in NSW looks increasingly likely with political leaders backing the idea. Have your say here
- Kissing cousins and a Beirut bonusTWO first cousins in an arranged marriage are being investigated for immigration and Centrelink fraud and rorting the baby bonus.
- Coaches on the edgeAFL coaches are mad. I think events of the past few weeks have proved that beyond any reasonable doubt, writes The Secret Footballer .
- Joe Hockey 'wanted tougher budget'Budget, which delivered cuts, raised taxes and broke promises, was 'much softer' than Treasurer wanted: biography.
- MH17 wreckage 'cut into'OSCE spokesman says it seems wreckage has been cut.
- New plan for apartment standardsVery small apartments could not be built in Victoria under a plan for new design standards.
- Docklands an economic powerhouseLong derided as a failed experiment, Docklands has quietly become an economic engine room.
- Five alleged human traffickers arrestedITALIAN police have arrested five people in Sicily for allegedly stabbing and throwing overboard some 60 men and women.
- Philippines deports 'Australian jihadist'MELBOURNE man Robert Edward Cerantonio who is suspect of using the internet to urge people to join jihad in Iraq and Syria is on his way back to Australia.
- Only 200 MH17 bodies on train: DutchDUTCH specialists preparing the MH17 victims to be flown to the Netherlands say there were only 200 bodies on the train from Torez.
- Hoffman left fortune to girlfriendPHILIP Seymour Hoffman, who died from a drug overdose in February, left his $US35 million-estate to the mother of his children, Mimi O'Donnell.
- Indon president-elect Joko calls for unityJOKO Widodo has officially been named Indonesia's next president, after a day of high drama from his rival Prabowo Subianto.
- Mother of four dies after fightQUESTIONS have been raised about how long it took to transfer a critically injured southeast Queensland woman to an intensive care unit.
- Expert: MH17 victims ‘did not suffer’AN Australian forensic expert says passengers aboard Flight MH17 would not have suffered during their final moments in the air.
- LNP goes back to the boring boardTHE Newman Government has activated “operation boring” as part of its fight back plan to win over voters
- No point waiting to get wetAFTER an unseasonal storm yesterday, Queenslanders have been warned to make the most of the sun while it’s here.
- Developer sued for gambling debtsBOOKMAKER Robbie Waterhouse has sued a Clayfield property developer for more than $500,000 in gambling debts.
- QUT celebrates oldest ever graduateGeoffrey Swan studied at Kelvin Grove Teachers College in the 1940s, three masters degrees and a PhD later he's still going.
- South Bank traders 'pushed out'Restaurateurs, cafe owners and traders make way as precinct goes for new mix.
- Wolvi 'shaken' by death of mother-of-fourPolice to interview victim's partner after woman found near Gympie.
- Corruption complaints downDecrease since change to what constitutes major corruption.
- Meet our 'brainiest' student"I am really interested in neuroscience," says 14-year-old.
The West Australian
- Transfer of French warships to Russia 'inappropriate': US (AFP)Washington (AFP) - The delivery of French Mistral-class warships to Russia would be "completely inappropriate" given the West's misgivings about Moscow's role in Ukraine, the United State...
- Young Olivia on road to stardom (The West Australian)Olivia Singer is set to realise the dream of many children after recently filming a television commercial for a health insurance group.
- Bulgaria's central bank governor says ready to resign (AFP)Sofia (AFP) - Bulgaria's central bank governor Ivan Iskrov said on Tuesday that he was ready to tender his resignation amid a raging controversy over the fate of the country's fourth-larg...
- Detective work finds two Lost Diggers (The West Australian)Historical detective work stretching across Australia has un- covered the identity of two Diggers sitting side-by-side in a photograph taken in a French town during World War I.
- Quick action won UN vote (The West Australian)As the horror of MH17 sank in, that 298 people had been killed by a missile strike most likely fired using Russian equipment, the Abbott Government moved quickly to establish a strong int...
- Heartfelt tribute to MoScotch College community rallies together as students remember their great mate Mo Maslin.
- 'Wealthy, well-hung': Senator's oversharePalmer United Party senator Jacqui Lambie has taken an innovative way to find love using talkback radio to search for a potential suitor – preferably one "well hung" and loaded with cash.
- How Australia achieved what others could notA smart and swift diplomatic effort stopped Russia from blocking MH17 resolution.
- Hoons on straight and narrowWA Police demonstrate they have the means necessary to catch hoon drivers in any situation.
- Kanye's IQ questioned in GQ chatThe weirdest Kanye West quotes from his GQ cover story, including a reference to Kim K as a dinosaur.
- Harvey snubs Dockers bookFORMER Fremantle coach Mark Harvey refused to take part in the making of the club’s first official history book.
- Asbestos closes school all weekUPDATE: WILLETTON Senior High School will be closed for the rest of the week so experts can test the site for asbestos.
- Driver deliberately ran down manA MAN has changed his plea to guilty to murdering a Sudanese refugee by running him down near a bus stop in Merriwa.
- Drivers nabbed ‘doing over 200km/h’POLICE are cracking down on hoons after two cars were caught travelling at more than 200km/h in Perth suburbs last month.
- Cockburn, Kwinana merger proposedA MERGE between Kwinana and Cockburn is among the proposals to redraw the boundaries of several Perth local governments.
- Another Royal Commission ordered into child-sex abusePREMIER Jay Weatherill will order a Royal Commission into the sexual abuse of children after horrific new cases emerged at a government-run care facility — and he foreshadowed ̶...
- Alleged abuse of preschool kids shocks policeA FAMILIES SA employee has been charged with sexually abusing at least seven preschoolers at a government-run residential care facility in a case police describe as “disgusting and ...
- Long road home for MH17 victimsTHE bodies of the victims of the MH17 tragedy will be flown to The Netherlands on Wednesday, as Operation Bring Them Home swings into action.
- Rebel leader’s bizarre MH17 interviewTHE self-styled Prime Minister of the Donetsk People’s Republic has compared the MH17 disaster zone to “black humour” in a bizarre interview with CNN.
- Crows to search far and wide for Trigg successorADELAIDE is destined to replace departing CEO Steven Trigg with an outsider — with Justin Reid and Craig Vozzo emerging as prime candidates.
- 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.
- French hopes are risingTasmania's Richie Porte shares his latest thoughts from the Tour de France.
- Appeal judge search delays Ellis sentencingSENTENCING of Tasmania's Director of Public Prosecutions Tim Ellis has been delayed while the search is on for a Supreme Court judge willing to hear an appeal against his guilty verdict f...
- Vandals target former Gunns chiefFormer Gunns chief John Gay has again been the target of vandalism.
- Afghan sisters `like celebrities' on first day at schoolSMILING sisters Samira and Mohadeseh Heidari joined plenty of other Tasmanian students marking their first day back at school for term 3.
- Geale set for fight of his lifeLaunceston boxer Daniel Geale is counting down the days before he steps up at boxing's most hallowed venue, New York's Madison Square Garden.
- Jamaica sprinter Blake out for season after surgeryKINGSTON (Reuters) - Jamaica’s double Olympic sprint silver medallist Yohan Blake has been ruled out for the rest of the 2014 season after undergoing surgery on an injured hamstring, coac...
- Badminton player hopes to find his legs again in GlasgowGLASGOW (Reuters) - Lee Yon has more than his rivals to overcome when the men’s badminton tournament starts at the Commonwealth Games.
- Queens Park Rangers confirm Caulker arrival from CardiffLONDON (Reuters) - Queens Park Rangers have confirmed the arrival of defender Steven Caulker from Cardiff City on a four-year deal, the Premier League club announced on Tuesday.
- Haase makes nervous Gstaad startRobin Haase, the 2013 Swiss Open finalist, made heavy weather of what had been looking like a straight-sets win over Aleksandr Nedovyesov.
- Cook retains captaincy for 3rd TestFormer England captains Michael Atherton, Michael Vaughan, Nasser Hussain, Ian Botham and Geoffrey Boycott all say it's time for a new captain.
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.
- Melbourne-made 3D-printed body parts could replace cadavers for medical training (ABC)A team of medical experts in Melbourne has created a 3D-printed anatomy kit that is set to revolutionise medical training around the world.
- Over 30 financial institutions defrauded by phone apps used to intercept passwords (Reuters)By Joseph Menn SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - More than 30 financial institutions in six countries have been defrauded by sophisticated criminal software that convinces bank customers to ins...
- Queensland Premier Campbell Newman accuses Gold Coast lawyer Chris Hannay of contempt of court (ABC)Queensland Premier Campbell Newman has accused a Gold Coast solicitor who is suing him of contempt of court and interfering with the administration of justice, offences that carry potenti...
- Baby found by security guard in Alice Springs casino car park in days before death: inquest (ABC)A baby died five days after being found alone and motionless in a car in an Alice Springs casino car park on New Year's Day 2013, an inquest has heard.
- CLP 'slush fund' Foundation 51 had direct line to NT Chief Minister Adam Giles, FOI documents reveal (ABC)The director of Foundation 51 asked Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles to look over a press release refuting claims the company was a Country Liberal Party (CLP) slush fund, the...
- '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.
- Joko calls for Indonesian unityJoko Widodo has called for Indonesia to unify after a divisive election that ended with his rival quitting.
- PM signs MH17 condolence bookFamilies of MH17 victims will receive official condolence messages from the prime minister and his cabinet.
- Push for truce as Israel batters GazaThe UN chief and Washington's top diplomat are meeting in Cairo to push for an end of Gaza violence.
- Melbourne AIDS summit holds MH17 vigilA vigil has been held in Melbourne to remember the AIDS conference delegates killed in the MH17 tragedy.
- SA childcare worker faces sex chargesAn Adelaide man employed by Families SA has been charged with seven charges relating to child sexual abuse.
Ten News on Twitter
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- Bali is on high terror alert, with threats against VIP'S like Julia Gillard, ahead of tomorrow's memorial. More at 5 #tennewsTenNewsSydney: Bali is on high terror alert, with threats against VIP'S like Julia Gillard, ahead of tomorrow's memorial. More at 5 #tennews
- 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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- Fallout continues after Slipper's resignation. Ron Wilson gives us more in a TEN News iUpdate #tennews http://t.co/00F4JFgjTenNewsSydney: Fallout continues after Slipper's resignation. Ron Wilson gives us more in a TEN News iUpdate #tennews http://t.co/00F4JFgj
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.
- Rogers wins first Tour stageAUSTRALIAN Michael Rogers has finally earnt his first stage victory in his 10th Tour de France, as Vincenzo Nibali maintained his overall lead.
- Games dream ruined by missing jacketA MALAYSIAN air rifle shooter is devastated after a luggage delay cost her the opportunity to defend her Commonwealth Games title.
- Bungle could have cost Aussies startTHE Aussie camp will not reveal the identities of two athletes entered in the wrong Commonwealth Games events who could have missed the starting line.
- Top 10 unmissable Glasgow eventsTHERE is a whole lot of action taking place in Glasgow during the Commonwealth Games, but here are the top 10 events you cannot afford to miss.
- Anderson forced to face ‘push’ claimsENGLAND’S James Anderson could be banned from the fourth Test after a full hearing into claims he “abused and pushed” India’s Ravindra Jadeja was set.
- Illawarra's best young actors on show at IPAC talent festivalSome of the region's best young actors showcased their drama talents at Illawarra Performing Arts Centre on Tuesday as part of the South Coast Public School Drama Festival.
- Russell Vale vet frustrated by spate of clinic break-insA Russell Vale vet whose clinic has been broken into four times this year says she suffers anxiety when she starts work in the mornings, and has even considered relocating the practice.
- MPs Anna Watson and Gareth Ward at odds over hub petitionShellharbour MP Anna Watson believes fellow parliamentarian Gareth Ward has falsely raised the expectations of people who have signed a petition calling on the NSW government to step in a...
- Wollongong dog walkers doing the right thingWollongong dog walkers have filled up more than 880,000 bags of dog poo in the past two years, according to council figures.
- Wollongong council unleashes new dog beach and park policy | PollBellambi boat harbour will no longer be dog-friendly but West Dapto will gain a new off-leash park under proposed changes to Wollongong City Council's controversial dogs on beaches and pa...
- Conflict of interest blowMORE Townsville City Councillors are in trouble over failing to disclose potential conflicts of interest just weeks after Mayor Jenny Hill was referred to the Crime and Corruption Commiss...
- Catering truck and aeroplane collideA CATERING truck and aeroplane collided at Townsville Airport yesterday reportedly closing down part of the runway and causing tarmac disruption.
- What is Maddi's new project?Former House Rules contestant and Hot FM presenter Maddi Carter is at it again. Click here to find out what she has been up to now.
- Daniel's killer living large in jailTRUE evil is behind bars, but healthy and putting on weight.
- Disgraceful teen bailedA MAGISTRATE has begrudgingly granted bail for a teenage boy accused of stealing a pushbike, who he said goes to court as much as other kids go to movies.
The Border Mail
- LIVE CHAT: Aker's penalty, Sentanta's century and you got it ... equalisation!HOT topics rule today's live chat agenda.
- UPDATE: Detours in place following Chiltern-Hume Freeway rollover11.26AM: MURRAY Valley Highway detour in place.
- Officer Regina Watson facing new chargeFORMER Albury police officer Regina Watson appeared in court yesterday on an indictable charge of misconduct in public office.
- Court services ‘too difficult’ for people with disabilityA WODONGA disability advocacy group has called for more funding to help its clients better navigate the justice system.
- Shepherding the lost back into the foldIT’S never too late to explore your heritage, Rabbi Yosef Kagan says.
The Gold Cost Bulletin
- The real test of our light railIT was the real test — the first day of paid light rail services and commuters have defied expectations boarding the G:link in droves.
- What Facebook’s fine print really saysIF YOU’RE like Facebook’s other 1.3 billion users you probably have no idea what’s in the fine print. Exactly what you’re agreeing to might surprise you.
- Pictures show head-on aftermathCHECK OUT these pictures showing the immediate aftermath of a head-on crash blocking off a Southport street today.
- Canungra crash leaves two injuredPOLICE are directing traffic at Canungra after a two-vehicle crash left two people injured.
- Police catch drunk driverPOLICE have charged a man for driving more than six times over the legal limit after he was pulled over in Pacific Pines this morning.
- 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
- Exercise may slow physical and mental decline after menopauseBy Kathryn Doyle NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women who exercise regularly after menopause tend to maintain their physical strength and mental acuity longer than those who don’t, according...
- Cycling-Australian Rogers wins Tour de France Stage 16BAGNERES DE LUCHON, France, July 22 (Reuters) - Australia's Michael Rogers won the 16th stage of the Tour de France, a 237.5-km trek from Carcassonne on Tuesday. France's Thomas Voeckler ...
- Is Antarctica Really Getting Icier? New Study Sparks DebateAs Arctic sea ice vanishes at an alarming rate, scientists have reported a surprising finding in Antarctica. "This ostensibly minor update in 2007 that was not believed to have caused an...
- Probiotics May Lower Blood PressurePeople who consume beneficial bacteria — whether they eat foods such as yogurt, or take probiotic supplements — may modestly reduce their blood pressure, a new study suggests. "The small ...
- Sharks seek repeat success in Christchurch graveyard(Reuters) - Christchurch has long been a graveyard for South Africa's Super Rugby teams, but after winning their first match in the city earlier this season, the Sharks are hopeful ...
Yahoo! News - Australia
- Australia stocks: Good times to roll onAustralia equities are a resilient lot, shrugging off a slew of economic headwinds this year to trade at nearly six-year highs. And analysts say the good times are expected to roll on.
- Peabody loss smaller than expected as Australia volumes improve* Australia performance better than expected - analyst July 22 (Reuters) - Coal miner Peabody Energy Corp reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss, helped by stronger price realiza...
- Angry Australia PM says Ukraine crash probe resembles 'garden clean-up'By Lincoln Feast SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's prime minister voiced deep concern on Monday that Russian-backed rebels remained in control of the crash site of a Malaysian airliner shot ...
- Australia wants security job for wronged countriesCANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has suggested that countries that have been "so wronged" take responsibility for securing the crime scene where the Malays...
- Australia carbon tax repeal a 'perfect storm of stupidity'Australia's axing of its carbon tax and a plan to replace it by offering incentives to polluters to increase their energy efficiency is "the perfect storm of stupidity", scientists and ac...