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  • Ebola nurse ‘must avoid public’
    A DAY after she went for a bike ride a US court has restricted an Ebola nurse’s movements as her boyfriend insists she isn’t trying to get anyone sick.
  • ‘We are not trying to push limits’
    THE boyfriend of an Ebola nurse refusing to be quarantined insists she is not trying to get anyone sick or push any limits.
  • Is this the next economic bubble?
    IN MODERN technology, the most notorious and devastating example of an economic bubble has to be the dotcom bust. But the next one could be right around the corner.
  • First pic of son who killed mum
    THIS is the disturbed son who horrified a New York suburb when he decapitated his mother and left her on the street before killing himself.
  • Aussies have no idea about their own country
    AUSTRALIA, you may think you know this wide brown land of ours well, but it turns out we have some pretty significant blind spots. Here’s where we sit on the Index of Ignorance.

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  • Spring does its darndest in October
    ONE day just walking to work risks an embarrassing inside-out umbrella moment and the next I’m digging out the sunscreen ahead of a two-hour sunbaking session.
  • Ice addict back in jail
    A MAGISTRATE was surprised to hear that an ice addict, who has spent less than five years of his adult life as a free man, was only 30 years old.
  • Dunk’s focus on job at hand
    BEN Dunk knows the opportunities that next week’s Tweny20s against South Africa could open up if he can successfully translate his ‘‘master blaster’’ ways to the international arena.
  • Competitor injured in Gorge fall
    TASMANIA Police, SES crews, Search and Rescue personnel and paramedics were called to the Cataract Gorge yesterday afternoon after a man slipped down an embankment.
  • Tassie sentimental location for win
    HALF a century after winning the Australian junior championship at Royal Hobart, Robyn Puckett added the senior amateur title in Launceston.

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  • Cooper returns with new tricks
    WALLABIES magician Quade Cooper will have more than a little something up his sleeve when his team clash with the Barbarians at Twickenham.
  • Goalscoring great Duric retires
    SINGAPORE international Aleksandar Duric, the world’s most prolific ever goalscorer, has retired from football at the age of 44.
  • Injury sidelines Silva for a month
    MANCHESTER City said midfield star David Silva could be out of action for up to a month after hurting his knee in a League Cup game.
  • Replay: fans flock to see Aussies flogged
    CRICKET fans in Abu Dhabi were so desperate to see Younis Khan flog Australia’s bowlers that they were jumping fences just to get into the ground.
  • Decision time after Leapai loses again
    ALEX Leapai’s comeback from his world heavyweight boxing title loss ended in disappointment on Friday night when he was outpointed by Malik Scott.

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  • Call for witnesses to teen bashing
    TWO boys were bashed and robbed by a gang of youths on Thursday night.
  • Brazen teens in Strand robberies
    A CUNNING teen wrapped clothes around his hands and covered his face while he broke into nine luxury residences on The Strand, some on the second level.
  • Couple driven to make a sale
    A TOWNSVILLE couple is throwing in a vintage Mustang convertible with the sale of their riverside suburb home in the hope it will stand out from the crowd.
  • CQU comes to CBD
    A NEW 600-student university campus will make the CBD its home by next year.
  • Sign of dispute on pay
    A FORMER Townsville commander spoke out at Lavarack Barracks yesterday in protest at the Federal Government’s “unfair” defence pay proposal.

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  • Meet the Eckstein’s ‘super’ mum
    THEY’VE earnt reputations as two of the best endurance athletes in the world. But Shannon and Caine Eckstein’s mother Donna says despite being credited with six ironman and fi...
  • Not too late for Cup day look
    MELBOURNE CUP might be right around the corner but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to get the Flemington look for less.
  • Schoolies’ living the luxe life
    CASHED-UP schoolies are forking out more than $2000 each to secure five-star luxury apartments for next month’s week of party madness.
  • Passenger blacklisted by airlines
    A FLY-IN, fly-out plumber charged with knocking on a cockpit door during a flight, has been blacklisted by airlines pending a court decision.
  • Family, friends farewell Kymberlie
    AS Wayde Kelly looked around the room, little needed to be said to show just how much the love of his life Kymberlie Shepherd was appreciated.

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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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  • Australia fight to save Test after Younis's epic 213
    Australia were left with a daunting task to save the second Test and series after Younis Khan hit an epic double hundred to put Pakistan in command on Friday. Younis notched a memorable 2...
  • Proteas seek momentum in T20 Australia series
    South Africa hope a win against Australia in a Twenty20 series getting under way this week will set them on the path for a successful summer, coach Russell Domingo said Friday. The Protea...
  • Australia set to pay polluters to cut emissions
    Australia is set to approve measures giving polluters financial incentives to reduce emissions blamed for climate change, in a move critics described as ineffective environmental policy. ...
  • US, Australia end sanctions after Fiji elections
    The United States and Australia said on Friday they were lifting sanctions against Fiji after elections in the Pacific island nation last month following eight years of military rule. US ...
  • US and Australia drop sanctions against Fiji
    The U.S. and Australia have removed sanctions against Fiji following democratic elections last month in the South Pacific nation. Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop on Friday began ...
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