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Sydney Airport's Opal card loophole exposed

A little-known loophole in Sydney's Opal card is allowing travellers a nearly free ride to Sydney Airport's domestic and international stations – and it's costing the NSW Government an estimated $1.3 million in lost revenue. This lets users bypass the $13.80 'access fee' levied at the privately-owned and operated Airport Link stations and ...

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Reactions to London terror show language of the far-right has been normalised 

The recent attack on a Muslim centre in Finsbury Park, London, had some elements of our media describing the incident as a "revenge attack". The post Reactions to London terror show language of the far-right has been normalised  appeared first on Crikey.

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Tycoon backs charges against ousted S. Korea president

Seoul - A top South Korean business tycoon on Thursday in court backed prosecutors allegations that the ousted South Korean president Park Geun-Hye ...

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Tycoon backs charges against ousted S. Korea president

Seoul - A top South Korean business tycoon on Thursday in court backed prosecutors allegations that the ousted South Korean president Park Geun-Hye ...

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NSW man, 71, jailed for brawl killing

A Sydney pensioner has been jailed for killing a former safecracker during a 2009 fight and disposing of his body in the Royal National Park

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Villa chasing John Terry in Championship

Aston Villa want to bring former England and Chelsea skipper John Terry to Villa Park.

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All Blacks play down Eden Park fear factor

Eden Park is just another rectangle of grass, the All Blacks say, although their long-struggling opponents might beg to differ.

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Finsbury Park: 'Hero' imam stood between alleged terrorist and angry victims

The imam of a Finsbury Park mosque is being hailed a hero after intervening to protect a suspected terrorist who had just driven a van into a group of Muslims.

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London mosque attack: Finsbury Park Mosque imam steps in to protect suspect from angry crowd

The Finsbury Park Mosque imam protected the suspect from being beaten by an angry mob.

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Property, wages key risks for NSW budget

The NSW government has flagged cloudy growth outlooks in its biggest revenue earners as key risks to its budget estimates.

SMH /
Finsbury Park attack suspect named as Cardiff resident Darren Osborne

A man held by police over the Finsbury Park Mosque attack in London has been identified as 47-year-old father of four Darren Osborne.

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British Muslims call for protection after van attack near Finsbury Park mosque

British Muslims have asked for police protection of their places of worship after a man drove a van into a crowd near a north London mosque, leaving 10 people injured, several seriously.

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London attack: 1 killed, several hurt after van hits pedestrians near Finsbury Park mosque

One man was arrested after allegedly driving deliberately into a crowd of Muslims in North London.

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London van incident: Pedestrians hit near Finsbury Park mosque

Several people have been injured in north London after a van rammed into worshippers leaving a mosque, witnesses said, in what British police described as a "major incident".

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David Warner says Steve Smith 'could probably push more' as cricket pay dispute intensifies

David Warner says he is happy to lead Australian cricketers in their fight to retain a fixed percentage of revenue in their pay deal, but concedes captain Steve Smith could "probably push a little bit more" when it comes to stating the players' case.

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'South Park: The Fractured But Whole' faces major censorship challenges in Australia, other regions

"South Park: The Fractured But Whole" will struggle to hit stores in Australia without going through various rounds of censorship, according to ...

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a2 Milk shares soar on sales guidance lift

Shares in a2 Milk have soared after it said it expects full-year sales revenue of approximately $NZ545 million, $NZ20 million more than predicted in ...

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Date set for Ardent board battle

Ardent Leisure shareholders have been called to vote on four new appointments to the board at the urging of the company's biggest shareholder.

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'It's high stakes': the real cost of dropping out of school

Disengaged young Australians are costing taxpayers a staggering $18.8 billion by increasing crime, clogging health services, relying on welfare and reducing tax revenue.

The Brisbane Times /
Brumbies cull: Battle over wild horses in Kosciusko National Park heats up

A long-simmering dispute over brumbies in the Kosciusko National Park is set to heat up with the Berejiklian government ready to ditch a plan to reintroduce shooting to control feral numbers, a local advocate of the animals says.

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Australian greyhounds forced to race cheetahs at Shanghai Wild Animal Park

Unwanted Australian greyhounds have been exported to a Chinese theme park where they languish in concrete cells and are forced to race cheetahs to ...

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