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- Mass juvie breakout sparks huntTHIRTY-TWO teens escaped from a youth detention centre by crawling through a fence with more than half of them still on the run.
- Queen ‘sick of smartphones’THE Queen thinks people are obsessed with their phones and misses eye contact with crowds, the US ambassador has dished.
- Shriver ‘cheated on Arnie too’ARNOLD Schwarzenegger may have cheated on her with their maid but new reports suggest Maria Shriver may have strayed from the marriage too.
- Shriver ‘cheated on Arnie too’ARNOLD Schwarzenegger may have cheated on her with their maid but new reports suggest Maria Shriver may have strayed from the marriage too.
- Shriver ‘cheated on Arnie for years’ARNOLD Schwarzenegger may have cheated on her with their maid but new reports suggest Maria Shriver may have strayed from the marriage too.
- Aussies end slide with S Africa winAUSTRALIA has beaten South Africa by 62 runs in their one-day international as Mitchell Marsh served up a match-winning display with bat and ball.
- Luke cleared over feared broken neckSOUTH Sydney hooker Issac Luke was last night cleared by the judiciary to face the Sydney Roosters at Allianz Stadium.
- Mum’s the word for brothers in armsSIONE Mata’utia met with his brothers before Sunday’s game between Newcastle and St George Illawarra at Hunter Stadium.
- Storm a bucket listing for GillettMATT Gillett has done a lot in a relatively short amount of time since debuting for Brisbane in 2010.
- Ennis battle hard on skippers: SowardJAMIE Soward says Michael Ennis did NRL club captains no favours with his running battle with referee Gerard Sutton on Thursday.
The Canberra Times
- Space: Around the galleriesAll the latest news, views and exhibitions from in and around the galleries.
- Chaplain sought the positives from adversityJohann Howard ‘‘Tiny’’ Reid was born in Ceylon (Sri Lanka), migrated to Australia when he was 22, married and raised a family in Melbourne – and at the time of his death was the chaplain...
- Men victims of domestic violence tooJustice may be blind, but she seems to ask the gender of the victim first.
- Hunt, O'Connor not quick fixes: GeniaReds' problems won't be fixed by high-profile signings, says Will Genia.
- Rat tales on the rise in BrisbaneCouncil denies Brisbane is in the grips of a rat infestation.
The Sydney Morning Herald
- 'Worse is lack of empathy'Private photos of her friend Jennifer Lawrence were stolen and posted online. But Emma Watson says that was not the most awful part.
- Hidden words will affect every car priceComment: We're used to paying the 'Australian premium' for every item from iTunes to a Mercedes. But that could be about to change.
- We've dodged a bullet on superComment: The Coalition has pushed superannuation increases out into the never never. Thank goodness.
- Obeid blamed for public's loss of faithOne taunt made by corrupt powerbroker left voters questioning the legal system, Attorney-General says.
- Australian plane drops arms in IraqDefence confirms air force has successfully delivered its first batch of weapons to Kurdish fighters.
The Daily Telegraph
- Clive tips a bucket on Jacqui Lambie’s showBOOHFEAD Clive Palmer threw a tantrum and stormed out of PUP senator Jacqui Lambie’s attempt at the ice bucket challenge.
- $1.5 million a year for Clover’s spin cycleCITY of Sydney is employing 15 full-time staff at a cost of more than $1.5 million to spruik Lord Mayor Clover Moore’s bike path and public art plans.
- ‘Crook’ cop’s role in city cash grabA SUSPENDED police officer and two other men allegedly doused their victims with capsicum spray as they attempted to hold up a money exchange.
- Mining tax deal puts a freeze on our superAUSTRALIANS will have their super guarantee contributions frozen for the next seven years as part of a compromise deal to abolish the mining tax.
- Abbott targets MH17 missile firmAUSTRALIA has imposed financial sanctions on the makers of the missile believed responsible for downing flight MH17 over east Ukraine.
- Wage earners dodge a bulletCOMMENT: Had compulsory super contributions climbed as legislated, Australians would be earning 2.5 per cent less by 2019.
- Government has 'neutralised' scareGovernment has "neutralised" Labor, unions' political attack over workplace laws, says Eric Abetz.
- Dollar in 30 minutes of freefallIt began at 11am. Before lunch it was worth less than US93 cents. There's worse to come, bankers warn.
- Why the ATO is losing the battleGoogle, Starbucks and Ikea are cashing in on a reduced ATO ability to make them pay.
- CFMEU told staff to delete emailsDirective came despite union being issued with order to produce electronic documents to royal commission.
- Warrant dropped for ill UK boy's parentsUK prosecutors have withdrawn arrest warrants for a British couple who took their seriously ill five-year-old son from an English hospital to Spain.
- Chris Brown pleads guilty to assaultSINGER Chris Brown has pleaded guilty to hitting a man outside a Washington hotel while he was on probation for attacking his then-girlfriend Rihanna.
- Monkey money spread in Indian townA MONKEY that grabbed a payroll bag from a building site has showered locals with banknotes as it was chased through a north Indian town.
- US construction spending up 1.8%US construction spending staged a strong rebound in July, rising by 1.8 per cent, the biggest one-month gain since May 2012.
- WA man 'speeding' before Indonesia crashPROSECUTORS have told a court an Australian man was speeding before a fatal motorcycle crash in Indonesia.
- Radio star grieving husband’s sudden deathFRIENDS, family and the media community are rallying around radio announcer Robin Bailey as she mourns the loss of her husband.
- Former high-flyer clean out of cashA QUEENSLAND businessman who made millions from a successful cleaning franchise has blamed a bitter divorce and his daughter’s ill health for his financial woes.
- Real estate agent led double lifeONE of Australia’s top real estate agents was allegedly living a double life, with the drug addict trafficking drugs and threatening death against those who exposed his secret.
- Tragedy strikes at family daycareFIVE-month-old Indianna was put down to sleep at family daycare at 1pm. By 2.30pm she was unresponsive, a pre-inquest hearing has been told.
- Thaiday to miss crucial Storm clashMATT Gillett has backed Corey Oates to fill the gaping void left by Sam Thaiday against the Storm on Friday after he was suspended by the judiciary.
- Rat tales on the rise in BrisbaneCouncil denies Brisbane is in the grips of a rat infestation.
- Don't raise wine glasses just yetToowong's proposed "champagne flute" towers hit snag in council.
- Fardon in alleged bail breachNotorious sex predator back behind bars seven months after release.
- Salt farm may hold dredge spoilAbbot Point company confirms Bowen site being considered.
- Did I make you sick Daddy?Camp Quality opens doors to kids of cancer patients.
The West Australian
- Blame Labor for super freeze: Hockey (AAP)Treasurer Joe Hockey has sought to pin the blame on Labor for any adverse impact an employer contribution freeze will have on superannuation accounts.
- Iraqi forces press advance as parliament stormed (AFP)Amerli (Iraq) (AFP) - Iraqi forces made more progress Tuesday in their fightback against jihadists, even as anger boiled over in Baghdad where protesters stormed parliament over the fate ...
- RAAF plane delivers ammunition to Kurds (AAP)An RAAF plane has delivered ammunition to Kurdish forces in northern Iraq as part of efforts to curb the advance of extremist Islamic State militants.
- Russia repeating Georgia and Moldova formula in Ukraine: analysts (AFP)Moscow (AFP) - Russia aims to employ the well-tested strategy it used to destabilise its neighbours Georgia and Moldova, and with separatists gaining ground it looks like Moscow will succ...
- Geoff Shaw "circus" must end: opposition (AAP)Opposition Leader Daniel Andrews says there are much more important things for talk about than "circus" surrounding rogue MP Geoff Shaw.
- Angelina, IKEA wants its curtain backWell this is awkward. While many brides dream of a bespoke wedding gown, newlywed Angelina Jolie's dress seems eerily familiar.
- iPhone 6 to lift Telstra earnings past $500mSurging demand for iPhone 6 will increase Telstra's domination of the mobile market.
- Abbott slaps Hockey over Barnett attackGST revenue debate gets ugly in the party room as PM censors Joe Hockey over attack on WA.
- Tax repeal a win for WAWA's resources sector celebrates after Senate passes the mining tax repeal bill.
- Do deaths kill-off housing sales?Perth real estate agent tells of a Scarborough property sale that was very unusual.
- WA man ‘speeding’ before fatal Indon crashUPDATE: GERALDTON man Jake Drage, who has converted to Islam, was allegedly speeding before a fatal motorbike crash, an Indonesian court was told.
- Porter pipes up about WA’s GST sharePRIME Minister Tony Abbott has intervened in an internal stoush after Christian Porter voiced plans to advocate for a bigger GST slice for WA.
- RAAF’s scariest mission yetAFTER two humanitarian air drops in northern Iraq, the RAAF’s largest aircraft will soon be heading to the city of Erbil — and the risks are huge.
- Baby’s survival ‘didn’t interest’ accusedACCUSED baby killer Mervyn Bell was a “dishonest and utterly unconvincing witness”, the Supreme Court has been told.
- Gran bash ‘attacker’ in hospitalAN Australind grandmother fought off a 21-year-old man, who allegedly attacked her with a tyre leaver in a violent home invasion, with a knife.
- Maggie to go to save small beer for ABCABC staff fear cuts will end Adelaide’s local production of iconic Australian shows, including Maggie Beer’s The Cook and the Chef.
- Public servant faces likely ICAC corruption chargesEXCLUSIVE: A MIDDLE-ranking public servant is the first person to be targeted for criminal charges by SA’s Independent Commission Against Corruption.
- Residents not so shore of property limitsUP TO 100 waterfront home owners in West Lakes have extended their properties on to public land – some by more than three metres.
- Older drivers to test themselvesDRIVERS aged 75 and over will have to assess their own ability to drive under plans to offset the removal of mandatory medical tests.
- One in three TAFE jobs to go by 2018HUNDREDS of jobs are set to be slashed from TAFE over the next four years, hitting hardest just as Holden shuts down and workers look for training.
- 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.
- Ice avalancheNorthern Tasmania’s 10-fold increase in the amount of amphetamine seized last year tells a story of changing drug habits, a pivot in police priorities and an attempt by crims to fill a void.
- Assurance sought on poppiesThe state's peak farming body wants assurance from the government that new national poppy growing regimes do not disadvantage Tasmanian growers.
- Chocolate bar thief in kill threatA knife-wielding chocolate bar thief who threatened to kill a Coles employee will be sentenced this week.
- Pay freeze legislation tabledThe state’s 25,000 public servants will be stopped from moving up within their pay brackets for a year under new legislation tabled in State Parliament yesterday.
- Close calls for City but teams still rule at finalsCITY has continued its era of dominance in the Launceston Senior Basketball League by winning this year's men's and women's grand finals at Elphin Sports Centre.
- Aston Villa sign Cleverley on loan in late dealLONDON (Reuters) - Aston Villa have signed Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley on a season-long loan after squeezing through a deal after the close of the transfer window, the Prem...
- England's Bell suffers broken toeIan Bell has broken his toe batting against throw-downs before the fourth one-day international against India.
- Lusty hitting from Marsh gets Australia back on trackHARARE (Reuters) - A swashbuckling innings from Mitchell Marsh helped Australia bounce back from two successive defeats to beat South Africa by 62 runs in the triangular one-day series on...
- Australia beat South Africa by 62 runsHARARE (Reuters) - Australia beat South Africa by 62 runs in the fifth one-day international of the triangular series, also involving Zimbabwe, at the Harare Sports Club on Tuesday.
- Oldest former Test cricketer Gordon diesThe world's oldest former Test cricketer, South African fast bowler Norman Gordon, has died at the age of 103.
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.
- Baird pushes for Chinese investment in NSW (AAP)Premier Mike Baird will be in China over the next three days to spruik NSW's tourism destinations, education and financial services.
- Trade union royal commission: CFMEU official taped 'abusing' Fair Work inspector (ABC)Building inspectors have been verbally and physically intimidated by union officials on construction sites in Sydney and Adelaide, a royal commission has heard.
- Casino details should be revealed: Greens (AAP)Publicly-suppressed documents regarding James Packer's Barangaroo casino licence should be made available to the NSW Upper House, says Greens MP John Kaye.
- Tasmania's forestry bill repealed (AAP)The Tasmanian Liberals are jubilant after the repeal of the state's forestry bill but the Greens claim the laws were "rammed through" without debate.
- Exclusive - Alitalia, Etihad deal likely to be cleared by end of year : source (Reuters)By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Italian airline Alitalia and Etihad Airways are expected to win EU regulatory clearance for their tie-up by the end of the year with minor concessio...
- '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.
- Ban Ki-moon backs Aust aid drops in IraqAustralia's latest role in delivering military aid to Iraq has received the backing of UN chief Ban Ki-moon.
- Govt axes mining tax, slows superThe coalition has axed the mining tax, but in the process has put a freeze on the super rate.
- Vic mine operator not prepared for fireAn inquiry has heard a Victorian mine operator was not prepared to deal with the 45 day Hazelwood mine fire.
- Bikies confident of overturning Qld lawsBikies are confident a High Court challenge will overturn laws they say are draconian and go too far.
- Building inspectors 'abused, intimidated'A union inquiry has heard building inspectors were abused by union officials at construction sites.
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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.
- Jumper storm puts Tiger CEO Gale in a spinRICHMOND CEO Brendon Gale is wondering why the jumper saga has resurfaced after the mad rush to develop a Power clash jumper back in 2010.
- Perry, Bryant head new Old Boys clubMANLY Old Boys have a new association which has already secured some of the club’s greatest players and is headed by Mark Bryant and Josh Perry.
- Cook fails as Poms battle against IndiaALASTAIR Cook failed again as England were out for 206 by India in the fourth one-day international, making it 38 innings since his last ODI hundred.
- Scott to provide stern test for LeapaiAMERICAN heavyweight Malik ‘King’ Scott says he will turn into a destroyer when he blows Alex Leapai out of the water in Brisbane on October 24.
- Teen among targets for BrisbaneTHE US Open’s teen of the moment, Belinda Bencic, is among a new wave of female talent being courted by Brisbane International organisers.
- Kids in Fairy Meadow house living in squalor: magistrate sickenedDetails of four children living in a cockroach-infested house with human excrement on the floor has left a Port Kembla magistrate sickened and appalled.
- Kurtley Beale demoted to benchWallabies coach Ewen McKenzie refuses to blame Kurtley Beale for the Bledisloe Cup debacle in Auckland but can't find a spot for him in the starting line-up to play South Africa on Saturday.
- Nine-month ban stands for KemberKembla horseman Shane Kember has accepted a nine-month disqualification from training for a series of offences.
- Kembla Grange site for quarantine centre?Kembla Grange is in the box seat to house a new quarantine centre fit for overseas runners, with Racing NSW close to finalising the decision on the facility's location.
- Winsome Prince takes Dapto Group 3 honoursWinsome Prince, trained by Melinda Finn, claimed honours in the Group 3 Dean Industrial Dapto Maiden Classic (520 metres) last Thursday night in one of the strongest fields in recent memory.
- Cops’ focus on suspect was ‘logical’ONE of the lead detectives who investigated the disappearance of Bowen teenager Rachel Antonio has denied focusing on one man at the exclusion of all others.
- Townsville volunteer to be deportedA TOWNSVILLE Cultural Fest volunteer is being held in detention in Darwin, and could face deportation to Iran.
- Call to protect historic school siteA TOWNSVILLE councillor wants a condition of sale placed on the former Stuart State School to protect the century old buildings from developers’ bulldozers.
- Girl, 16, gets boot campA TEENAGE girl has been given one last chance to rehabilitate for her ongoing thefts and vandalism around Townsville, with a magistrate sentencing her to boot camp.
- State approves Ross Creek planTHE State Government has approved a priority development area to cover 97.2 hectares of land surrounding to Ross Creek.
The Border Mail
- Lauren Jackson out of Aussie team for World championshipsOPALS star in surgery today for hip injury.
- TALKBACK TUESDAY | Finals are here!JOIN Johnno from 12.30pm to chat about all the latest in O&M footy.
- Mt Bogong rescue launched for injured manCREWS to rescue man from Eskdale Spur, where two snowboarders died earlier this year.
- Girls win big at Wodonga racecourseSylvia, Liz prepare 4 winners at home
- Murray Charity Meander set to returnMore than 150 people expected to take to the water in Corryong.
The Gold Cost Bulletin
- Gold Coast ‘police corruption’ probeUPDATE: AN ex top Gold Coast detective welcomes a high-level probe into alleged money laundering and police corruption, saying he’s done nothing wrong.
- Hells Angel QC: Axe ‘invalid’ lawsQUEENSLAND’S anti-bikie laws should be axed as they let government dictate who is in a criminal organisation not the judiciary, the High Court has heard.
- Why binge drinking is not coolEFFORTS to put Gold Coast teenagers off binge drinking involve showing them the realities of ‘beer goggles’ and passing out in a gutter.
- Massage, no sex - so quit askingGOLD Coast massage therapists - regularly asked for sex - have had to erect signs to tell randy prospective clients they won’t be rubbed the wrong way.
- ‘Bikies’, Beachcomber and $40k compoOWNERS of a Gold Coast apartment building must pay a former tenant $40,000 compensation after locking her out and losing her belongings.
- 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
- Unbeaten US routs New Zealand 98-71 at worldsBILBAO, Spain (AP) — Anthony Davis scored 21 points, Kenneth Faried had 15 and the U.S. remained unbeaten at the Basketball World Cup by beating winless New Zealand 98-71 on Tuesday.
- Basketball-World Cup preliminary round results and standingsSept 2 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the World Cup Preliminary round matches on Tuesday RESULTS Angola 55 Mexico 79 Group D Ukraine 64 Turkey 58 Group C Australia 82 Li...
- Cycling-Road-Vuelta a Espana stage 10 resultsSept 2 (Infostrada Sports) - Results from Vuelta a Espana (Real Monasterio de Santa Maria de Veruela - Borja, 36.7 km) on Tuesday 1. Tony Martin (Germany / Omega Pharma - Quick-Step) 47:0...
- Cricket-Lusty hitting from Marsh gets Australia back on track* Marsh hits unbeaten 86 * South Africa fall short in reply (Adds details, quotes) HARARE, Sept 2 (Reuters) - A swashbuckling innings from Mitchell Marsh helped Australia bounce back from...
- Australia stops slide, beats South AfricaHARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Australia beat South Africa by 62 runs in their triangular series one-day international on Tuesday as Mitchell Marsh served up a match-winning display with bat an...
Yahoo! News - Australia
- Australia stops slide, beats South AfricaHARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Australia beat South Africa by 62 runs in their triangular series one-day international on Tuesday as Mitchell Marsh served up a match-winning display with bat and...
- After Zimbabwe shock, Australia seek boostAustralia must overcome the embarrassment of losing to Zimbabwe and the departure of captain Michael Clarke to injury when they take on South Africa in the fifth match of a one-day triang...
- Australia to step up formal partnership with NATO at summitAustralia is set to step up its partnership with NATO, its foreign minister said on Tuesday, as the country pursues a bigger role in global crises from Iraq and Syria to Ukraine. Prime Mi...
- Australia's central bank keeps rates at 2.5%Australia's central bank kept interest rates on hold at a record low 2.5 percent Tuesday as it flagged an accommodative monetary policy and stepped up its rhetoric against the local dolla...
- Research and Markets: Australia Pet Food Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2019Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Australia Pet Food Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2019