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Remains found at Mount Macedon regional park near Karen Ristevski search site
Police are working to determine whether decomposed human remains found at Macedon Regional Park are that of missing mum Karen Ristevski. 9NEWS understands a witness told investigators he saw a man with a shovel at an unknown time before the ...
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The Sydney Morning Herald
Commonwealth Bank faces claim it owes millions of dollars in unpaid super to part-time workers
The Sydney Morning Herald
More than 7000 Commonwealth Bank of Australia part-time staff are owed millions of dollars in unpaid superannuation entitlements, according to legal advice. Play Video. Replay Video. Play Video Don't Play ...
The Commonwealth Bank comes under scrutiny for alleged non-super payments to
CBA could owe 'millions' in super - unionSBS
CBA unveils $750m PERLS issueThe Australian
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'I didn't stuff it up like you have': Plibersek and Brandis clash on Q&A
Herald Sun
WHEN she took her problem to Q&A, Fred Thorpe's wait for answers wasn't as long as the 90 minutes a day for two weeks she spent on the phone to Centrelink asking why her Disability Support Pension was being reviewed, but it was just as unproductive.
Q&A recap: Questioner quietly fillets Humphrey B. Brandis on national televisionThe Sydney Morning Herald
Brandis tells frustrated Australians with debt recovery notices to 'contact Centrelink' for
Q&A: Laughter as George Brandis says debt recovery notices can be fixed by contacting CentrelinkABC Online
The Australian -The Guardian -The New Daily -Techly
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The Sydney Morning Herald
Renewed call for fixed four-year terms
The Australian
A Turnbull government backbencher has prepared a draft bill to introduce fixed four-year terms in a bid to mend a "glaringly weak" aspect of Australia's political system. Federal Liberal MP David Coleman, who holds the NSW seat of Banks, said ...
Four-year terms bill aims to fix the one 'glaring' weakness in Australian politicsThe Sydney Morning Herald

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What really happens when the 'wrong' kind of guest appears on Q&A
You don't need to be a young Muslim woman to suspect you are not exactly being treated with “respect”, “consideration” or “fairness” when sitting on a panel on the ABC's Q&A. Lambie fires up on how to support families0:36. Jacqui Lambie gets fired up ...
Thousands call for ABC to sack TV host over 'pro sharia law'
Alt-right group launches petition demanding ABC sack Yassmin Abdel-MagiedThe Sydney Morning Herald
Public storm of criticism over sharia law supportHerald Sun
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Witnesses describe horror as out-of-control vehicle targets oncoming traffic on WA highway
WITNESSES have today described chaotic scenes that unfolded on a busy West Australian highway moments as an out-of-control driver appeared to aim his vehicle at oncoming traffic. A 61-year-old woman, identified on Monday at Jenni Pratt, died on ...
Woman killed in Perth road rampageSky News Australia

The Sydney Morning Herald
Woman killed in house fire in Bangor in Sydney's south
The Sydney Morning Herald
A woman has died after a fierce fire tore through a house in Sydney's south early on Tuesday morning, police say. Emergency services were called to Paringa Place in Bangor just before 5am to reports that a two-storey house was well alight. SHARE
Ex-TC Alfred bringing heavy rain north
Tropical Cyclone Alfred has been downgraded to a low after crossing the Gulf of Carpentaria in northern Australia. Alfred was a category 1 cyclone, with winds of up to 95kph, when it crossed the coast between Borroloola and the Northern ...
Ex-Tropical Cyclone Alfred makes landfall, weakens to tropical lowABC Online
Queensland and NT brace for wild weather as Cyclone Alfred forms in Gulf of CarpentariaThe Guardian
Tropical Cyclone Alfred lashes northern AustraliaNews24
The Australian -Courier Mail -The Cairns Post -Katherine Times
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The Australian Financial Review
PM damages Barnett with GST retreat
If Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's first visit to Perth in six months was supposed to give a much-needed boost to Premier Colin Barnett's election campaign, then it was a failure. Mr Barnett sparked speculation over the past few days that the PM ...
West must wait on GST rise, says TurnbullThe Australian
Turnbull praises Barnett on WA campaign trailSky News Australia
WA election: Prime Minister disputes pushing a GST floor into the 'never-never'The Australian Financial Review
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Government to put $27m into Indigenous kids' health
Indigenous Health Minister Ken Wyatt will announce $27 million to improve the health of babies and mothers. Source: AAP. 21 Feb 2017 - 12:08 AM UPDATED 55 MINS AGO. Tweet. The federal government is putting almost $30 million into improving the ...

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