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Police officer dies after shooting west of Brisbane
ABC Online
A police officer has died after being shot at by a gunman in the Lockyer Valley, west of Brisbane. Key points: Male QPS officer killed in shooting after attempting to intercept a car at Seventeen Mile; Queensland Premier pays her respects; Local ...
Policeman shot dead in Queensland ambushThe Australian
Slain cop named, gunman in stand-offCourier Mail
Police officer shot dead near BrisbaneNEWS.com.au
Brisbane Times -9news.com.au -SBS -The New Daily
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SBS (satire)

Journalist Shaking Uncontrollably After Two Hours Without Talking About Schapelle Corby
SBS (satire)
An Australian journalist is undergoing monitoring this morning after suffering extreme withdrawal symptoms as a byproduct of attempting to go two whole hours without reporting on Schapelle Corby. According to witnesses, the journalist had made a bold ...

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The Age

Kylie Maybury's killer trapped by mix of new-age science, old-fashioned policing
The Age
When Gregory Keith Davies, 74, finally confessed that he was an opportunistic child killer he did so not because of one shred of remorse but because he knew he had been trapped by a combination of new-age science and old-fashioned policing.
Killer Gregory Keith Davies' shameful secretHerald Sun
Kylie Maybury's killer, Gregory Keith Davies, pleads guilty to rape, murder of Melbourne girlABC Online
Guilty plea finally brings justice for Kylie MayburyNEWS.com.au
9news.com.au -The New Daily -Starts at 60 -Yahoo7 News
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This is what an ice-fuelled rampage looks like
WARNING: GRAPHIC. A SYDNEY man has been jailed over an ice-fuelled rampage during which he randomly attacked seven strangers, including a musician whose head he repeatedly stomped on. CCTV footage showed “the astounding ferocity” of the five ...
Sydney man jailed over violent ice rampage9news.com.au
Ricky Hema jailed for ice-incited rampage at PunchbowlYahoo7 News
Ice addict hit man before stamping on his head 5 timesDaily Mail

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The Sydney Morning Herald

Turnbull tears up secret hospital funding plan
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Turnbull government has doubled down on its support for private health insurers after rejecting a radical health department hospital funding proposal that would have dismantled the $6 billion taxpayer-funded rebate. Labor accused the Coalition of ...
Hospital funding overhaul examinedNEWS.com.au
No secret plan for hospitals: ministerSBS
Government denies hospital funding overhaulSky News Australia
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The Age

Camberwell High School becomes second target of major privacy breach in two weeks
The Age
Police are investigating a second major privacy breach at a Melbourne high school which saw the personal information of families illegally accessed by a student. The breach at Camberwell High School follows a similar but unrelated incident at Blackburn ...
Second Melbourne school hit by information hackHerald Sun
Vic school IT breach after password theftThe Australian
​Victorian student gained unauthorised access to school's IT networkZDNet
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The Sydney Morning Herald

Three siblings from travelling show family killed in highway crash near Boggabilla
The Sydney Morning Herald
Three siblings travelling home from a NSW fair have been killed in a "split second" in a horrific crash between two trucks and a car in northern NSW. Play Video. Replay Video. Play Video Don't Play ...
Three people killed in fiery fuel tanker collision on highway in northern NSW9news.com.au
Boggabilla crash: Three people dead after collision in northern NSWABC Online
Three people killed in Boggabilla following fuel tanker crashNEWS.com.au
Courier Mail -TripleM Sydney -Yahoo7 News -Moree Champion
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ABC Online

Lindt Cafe siege: Trigger decisions, terror negotiation, subjects of inquest submissions
ABC Online
The death of a hostage would not necessarily "trigger" police to enter a siege situation, the Commonwealth said in its submission to the Sydney Lindt Cafe inquest. Key points: Submissions were made by the Dawson and Johnson families, the Commonwealth, ...
'I shot till Monis was no longer a threat'The Australian
'Police mismanaged Lindt siege'dailytelegraph.com.au
Dawson family takes aim at psychiatristNEWS.com.au
SBS -The New Daily -Daily Mail -Echonetdaily
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Police hope T-shirt will help identify body discovered in bin
A WHEELIE bin was sitting right beside the footpath. People on their morning walks would have passed it, neighbours would have dragged their bins out next to it. It's a normal setting for a suburban street, but nobody knew there was something sinister ...
Body in a wheelie bin: Korean boy-band T-shirt key clue after grisly Preston findThe Age
Victorian police release image of T-shirt to identify body found in wheelie bin at PrestonABC Online
Mystery surrounds unidentified body found stuffed into recycling bin9news.com.au
Herald Sun -Sky News Australia -Yahoo7 News -Ten Eyewitness News
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ABC Online

Navy warships' faults being scrutinised during Senate Estimates hearings
ABC Online
Over the past weekend two French warships quietly slipped into Darwin harbour where they'll soon show off their amphibious capability to the Australian Navy. Unfortunately Australia's two main amphibious warships, HMAS Canberra and HMAS Adelaide, ...
Warships to be back in service by OctoberThe Australian
Senate Estimates probes into LHD pod issuesAustralian Defence Magazine

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