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  • How MPs protected themselves
    THIS is the moment panic spread throughout the historic hallways of Canada’s parliament, as the people inside scrambled to protect themselves from a gunman.
  • RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know today
    AMERICANS aren’t exactly famous for an extensive knowledge of geography, and once again, they’ve proven why. Just check out this embarrassing map.
  • Terror in Canada as gunman opens fire
    THE Canadian city of Ottawa is on terror alert after a gunman fatally shot a soldier at the war memorial, before being killed in Canada’s parliament building.
  • Hollywood’s illegal Aussie downloaders hit list
    THE producers of one of last year’s biggest films have asked Australian authorities to track down anyone who downloaded it illegally. Are you on the hit list?
  • Innocent guard killed on the job
    HE was a Ceremonial Guard: A soldier intended to feature in photographs, not to fight terrorists. He died after being gunned down in the heart of Canada’s capital.

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  • Innocent soldier killed on the job
    LIVE BLOG: The man shot dead at Canada’s national war memorial was a ceremonial guard intended to feature in pictures, not fight terrorists. | VIDEO: The moment the gunman was take...
  • McKinnon to try miracle treatment
    FOOTY star Alex McKinnon has turned to a Gold Coast based medical miracle worker in a desperate attempt to walk again. | The miracle man who could help Alex |
  • Hero who saved Canadian MPs
    THE heroic Sergeant-at-Arms who shot dead the gunman who killed a Canadian soldier has been revealed as former cop Kevin Vickers.
  • Sharks target Wanderer after sacking Noyce
    THE man responsible for the Western Sydney Wanderers has emerged as a possible target to replace sacked Cronulla Sharks CEO Steve Noyce.
  • Shoot-to-kill bats as lethal virus spreads
    A RADICAL new shoot-to-kill policy has been approved to protect humans­ from deadly bats that carry lyssavirus.

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  • Crackdown on NSW fire bugs
    PEOPLE who ignore total fire bans could be fined up to $132,000 or go to jail for seven years after the state government amended the Rural Fires Act.
  • Google unveils app for managing inboxes
    GOOGLE has developed an app called Inbox that can sort electronic receipts and bank statements into bundles so they can be quickly fetched.
  • Morrison denies wanting Ebola role
    IMMIGRATION Minister Scott Morrison says reports he wants to take control of protecting Australia from Ebola are "complete and utter rubbish".
  • Soldier killed in Canada shooting
    A GUNMAN who shot a Canadian soldier dead at a war memorial near the parliament in Ontario has been killed by police as the area went into lockdown.
  • Three dead in Vic neighbourhood dispute
    POLICE have arrested a man after three family members were shot dead during a neighbourhood dispute in rural Victoria.

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  • Adelaide pilot detained in Indonesia
    DRAMATIC IMAGES: AN Adelaide pilot has been forced down by Indonesian fighter jets and detained at gunpoint after flying through the nation’s airspace.
  • Defence admits to boots tender ‘mishap’
    THE Federal Government has admitted to “mishaps” in the procurement process that saw an Adelaide company miss out making up to 100,000 pairs of military boots
  • Soldier, gunman die in parliament siege
    MUCH of Ottawa is in lockdown after a gunman fatally shot a soldier at the war memorial, before being shot dead in Canada’s parliament building. Follow the updates here.
  • Santos blasts SA senator over ‘naive campaign’
    SOUTH Australian Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young is waging a campaign against the state’s biggest company, urging Adelaide universities to dump shares in Santos and other fossil-f...
  • Three dead, man held after rural shooting
    UPDATE: A NEIGHBOUR dispute is believed to have led to the shooting deaths of three people from the same family at a rural property in Victoria’s west, police say.

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The Examiner

  • LIVE CHAT: West Tamar mayoral candidates
    Here's your chance to chat live with the four West Tamar mayoral candidates - Christina Holmdahl, Peter Kearney, Mark Price and Rick Shegog - from 1.30pm today.
  • Wootton, Sushames to restart title chase
    THINGS could barely be closer in the Tasmanian Motor Cycle Club unlimited road race championship where leader Brad Wootton is just 20 points ahead of main rival Kurt Sushames going into S...
  • Luttrell lands a double at Mowbray
    LONGFORD trainer Peter Luttrell has only five horses in work so he doesn’t get many chances to land a double.
  • Inexperience no excuse: Price
    THE Tassie Roar can no longer use inexperience as an excuse coach Julia Price said on the eve of the Tasmanian women’s cricket side’s season start
  • Cool response to anti-protest changes
    SIGNIFICANT amendments to the government's controversial anti-protest legislation were released last night to reserved judgment from the opposition and the Greens.

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  • Secret casino location revealed
    DEVELOPERS for a proposed cruise ship terminal on Wavebreak Island have begun revealing their detailed planning to the Gold Coast community.
  • Council blasted for Exit 54 debacle
    A State MP has blasted Gold Coast City Council for refusing to help upgrade notorious Exit 54, saying a $5m contribution wouldn’t be due for five years
  • Clean one day, spoiled the next
    CREEKS on the southern Gold Coast were named the cleanest in state, but 12 months later irresponsible locals are being blamed for an inundation of pollution.
  • Miracle man Maclean walks again
    After 18 months of intensive “neurophysics” on the Gold Coast, incomplete paraplegic John Maclean is set to race without his wheelchair.
  • Cops to use trams to fight crime
    TRAFFIC congestion won’t be a problem for Gold Coast cops who will ditch patrol cars for the light rail during blanket policing at the GC600.

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  • 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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