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Trump reportedly exploring ways to hamper Russia probe, pardon himself

The US President and his legal team are exploring ways to hamper the investigation into alleged collusion with Russia during the 2016 US election and, in a worst-case scenario, nullify the repercussions, according to reports.

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'It's totally illegal': Koala habitat destroyed by logging

A koala habitat 50 per cent larger than the Royal National Park has been destroyed by logging near Coffs Harbour, a new conservation report reveals.

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How Justine Damond's killing could change police culture in the US

Nearly every aspect of Justine Damond's death rewrites a script that too often shunts victims of police violence to the fringes of the day's news ...

The Brisbane Times /
Justine Damond's 'inexplicable' death helps black and white find their voice

African Americans have been the habitual victims of police brutality, now their well-oiled protest machine is at the disposal of the white ...

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Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington dies aged 41

A spokesman for the coroner said the death was being investigated as an apparent suicide.

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'Unprecedented': Draft marine park plans point to reduced protections

The Turnbull government has released draft management plans for the nation's marine parks that amount to an "unprecedented rollback" of protections, ...

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High density Sydney: How your suburb rates, according to the 2016 census

Sydney Olympic Park might have the highest density in all of Sydney but there are now 15 suburbs where 90 per cent or more of us live in an apartment.

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Tragedy still hurting theme park industry

Village Roadshow expects a fall in earnings from Movie World, Sea World and Wet'n'Wild, as the fatal Dreamworld accident continues to impact the industry.

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UK Prime Minister Theresa May has thrown Australian 'tainted blood' victims the ultimate lifeline

When UK Prime Minister Theresa May ordered an inquiry into the "tainted blood" scandal, a Lake Macquarie man was jumping up and celebrating the news.

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Qube gets $150m backing for logistics hub

Qube Holdings has received seven-year, $150 million backing from Clean Energy Finance Corporation for the construction of its Moorebank Logistics ...

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Alleged people smuggler Ahmad Zia Alizadah extradited to face charges in Australia

Ahmad Zia Alizadah allegedly charged $US5000 to $US6000 per person to smuggle people from Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan since 2008.

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Polar bear cub is a girl: Sea World (AAP)

Gold Coast theme park Sea World has confirmed their polar bear cub is a girl as they call on the public to suggest a name.

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Drones present a threat to cities, expert warns Brisbane conference

Drones have been recognised as a very real threat to cities as the use of the technology by terrorist organisations increases.

The Brisbane Times /
Clergy sexual abuse victims call for Cardinal George Pell to be stood down in wake of charges

Clergy sexual abuse victims have called for Cardinal George Pell to be immediately stood down from his powerful Vatican post in the wake of charges being laid against him.

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George Pell's alleged victims welcome charges

Two men who claim to be sexual abuse victims of Cardinal George Pell say they have finally been heard after years of being too fearful to report their allegations to police.

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Ex-prison minister John Elferink thought children abused but did not act

A sacked former Northern Territory prisons minister claimed Aboriginal children continued to be victims of genital mutilation and were forced into ...

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