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Suspect ‘planned to behead’ Aussie Suspect ‘planned to behead’ Aussie 09/17/2014 09:10 PM
A SERIES of anti-terrorism raids were sparked by intelligence reports that Islamic State supporters planned an execution in Australia, Tony Abbott says.
Morrison ends borders secrecy Morrison ends borders secrecy 09/17/2014 06:21 PM
A DOZEN boatloads of asylum seekers have been turned back to Indonesia in the past year, including four in lifeboats, it’s been revealed.
Iraq PM: no to US ground troops Iraq PM: no to US ground troops 09/17/2014 03:44 PM
IRAQ premier has ruled out stationing US ground troops in his country, and lamented the exclusion of Iran from the coalition against IS.
Scholarship hacker faces jail Scholarship hacker faces jail 09/17/2014 08:54 PM
A STUDENT accused of hacking into computer records related to a scholarship awarded to Tony Abbott’s daughter has pleaded guilty.
ABC to rob regions to pay for News 24 ABC to rob regions to pay for News 24 09/17/2014 08:00 AM
ABC management plans to use budget cuts to further centralise power in Sydney and boost the sway of the news and current affairs division.
Mine protest ‘reckless and dangerous’ Mine protest ‘reckless and dangerous’ 09/17/2014 05:36 PM
THE mining industry wants stronger penalties for interfering with mine sites after accusing protesters of sabotaging explosives at a NSW project.
US needs ‘clear Iraq strategy’ US needs ‘clear Iraq strategy’ 09/17/2014 08:00 AM
AUSTRALIA has been urged to insist that the US develop a clear and finite strategy to defeat Islamic State terrorists.
Scotland vote too close to call Scotland vote too close to call 09/17/2014 03:58 PM
THE survival of the UK is hanging by a thread after a final poll in the Scottish referendum campaign put the nationalists only two points from victory.
How did NGA get Indonesian relic? How did NGA get Indonesian relic? 09/17/2014 08:00 AM
WHEN the National Gallery of Australia paid $4 million in 2006 for a 1400-year-old bronze statue, it risked relations with Indonesia.
Shipping revamp to end ‘union sop’ Shipping revamp to end ‘union sop’ 09/17/2014 08:00 AM
THE Abbott government will today push for an urgent overhaul of shipping freight trade, aiming at ending Labor’s “flawed” cargo transfer.


Canberra Times


Scottish independence referendum pits friend against friend Scottish independence referendum pits friend against friend 09/18/2014 08:15 AM

This is no Braveheat patriotism moment, this is about giving Scotland the political power to decide the future of Scotland. 
Football lures at-risk indigenous students back into the classroom Football lures at-risk indigenous students back into the classroom 09/17/2014 08:15 AM

They came from Armidale, Bourke, Brewarrina, Coonamble, Delroy, Dubbo South, Inverell, Moree and Tamworth. The state's most academically committed indigenous students were rewarded for their efforts in Sydney this week.
Man committed suicide six days after brother's unsuccessful plea for help Man committed suicide six days after brother's unsuccessful plea for help 09/17/2014 07:30 AM

Peter Zovak's brother begged ACT mental health to get help for his severely depressed, hallucinating, despondent sibling six days before he eventually took his life.
Struggle to rein in Japan's plans for a new 'scientific' whaling program Struggle to rein in Japan's plans for a new 'scientific' whaling program 09/17/2014 07:06 AM

International dispute developing at International Whaling Commission meeting to mesh landmark court ruling with future permits.
Explosive allegations in baby Gammy saga Explosive allegations in baby Gammy saga 09/17/2014 06:56 AM

There was a frenzied scramble to offload baby Gammy when he was born, including offering him to a Victorian couple to suggesting he should be abandoned on the steps of a temple.
Harmonie German Club boots out rebels Harmonie German Club boots out rebels 09/17/2014 01:46 AM

Harmonie German Club committee members resign amid uproar at meeting.
Public Service Commissioner Stephen Sedgwick denies freeze on hiring Public Service Commissioner Stephen Sedgwick denies freeze on hiring 09/17/2014 01:16 AM

But recruitment "arrangements" are beginning to bite, says Sedgwick.
Sharrouf family firm shut over terror funding fears Sharrouf family firm shut over terror funding fears 09/17/2014 06:09 AM

A Lakemba money transfer business owned by the sister and brother-in-law of convicted Sydney terrorist Khaled Sharrouf has been suspended amid concerns it was sending millions of dollars to the Middle East to finance terrorism.
Jacqui Lambie and Clive Palmer at odds over sharia comments Jacqui Lambie and Clive Palmer at odds over sharia comments 09/17/2014 03:06 AM
Senator Jacqui Lambie is once again at loggerheads with her leader, with Clive Palmer forced to distance the Palmer United Party from her inflammatory assertion that Australians who back sharia should "get out" of the country.
Union fears job losses as Telstra takes over Medicare, Centrelink call centres Union fears job losses as Telstra takes over Medicare, Centrelink call centres 09/17/2014 07:30 AM

Telstra will start taking over Centrelink and Medicare call centre services from the federal government in six weeks as the CPSU warns of job cuts.
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