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Queensland Opposition apologises for claiming new parole board 'stacked with women'

The Queensland Opposition is forced to apologise for claiming there is a "major gender imbalance" on state's parole board, with men outnumbered two to one.

Crikey /
Apologies and non-apologies … Origin Blues … changes at the Wall Street Journal 

Chris Smith apologises, Prue MacSween doesn't and the Daily Tele kind of does. Plus other media tidbits of the day. The post Apologies and non-apologies … Origin Blues … changes at the Wall Street Journal  appeared first on Crikey.

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Police chief resigns amid uproar over killing of Australian

Chicago - The police chief in Minneapolis resigned Friday amid an uproar over the death of an Australian woman who had called to report a possible ...

Yahoo 7 /
Police 'seek truth' on youth inmate abuse

NSW Police say they'll listen to sex abuse complaints by former inmates of a Sydney youth justice centre with an open mind.

The West /
US police chief resigns amid uproar over fatal shooting of Australian

Chicago - A US police chief resigned Friday amid an uproar over the death of an unarmed Australian woman who had called to report a possible sexual ...

The Brisbane Times /
Ex-VFL player Phil Carman apologises to ACT AFL umpire Andrew Toy 34 years later

Former VFL player "Fabulous" Phil Carman buries the hatchet with former local umpire Andrew Toy.

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Foxtel apologises over GoT crash (AAP)

Fans of the HBO series Game of Thrones took to social media to blast Foxtel after its site crashed during the first episode for the year.

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The Brisbane Times /
Nintendo's NES launched 30 years ago this month in Australia, or did it?

It's likely that this month marks exactly thirty years since Nintendo's very first home video game console launched in Australia, and while you might think you could confirm that by asking the company itself or with a simple Google search, it's not ...

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