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Man dies right after 4WD rolls on SA highway

Posted December 14, 2015 09:24:44 Map: Waikerie 5330 A man has died after his four-wheel drive left the Sturt Highway and rolled in South Australia’s Riverland. Police mentioned the fatal crash happened just ahead of 4:30am about five kilometres east of Waikerie. He was the only occupant of the automobile and died at the scene….


Woman trapped right after bus crashes into Sydney train station wall

Posted December 14, 2015 08:21:51 Map: Chatswood 2067 A bus has crashed into a wall at Chatswood train station on Sydney’s reduced north shore. The ambulance service said a single lady is trapped and three other folks have minor injuries. The crash happened at 7:15am at the corner of Railway Street and Victoria Avenue. Fire…


Queensland prisoners to get nearby milk right after MP complains about imports

By Isobel Roe and Isabella Higgins Updated December 12, 2015 16:40:08 Photo: Joe Bradley has been a dairy farmer for more than 40 years. (ABC News: Isabella Higgins) 4 Queensland prisons have banned imported milk after a complaint from Katter’s Australian Party MP Shane Knuth. Mr Knuth said he was horrified to discover that since…


Nationals push for additional Cabinet post right after Macfarlane’s defection

Posted December 04, 2015 00:54:27 The Nationals count on to be provided an further Cabinet position in the Turnbull Government following Ian Macfarlane’s choice to join the party. Crucial points Nationals expect additional group member will alter shape of frontbench Warren Truss says he desires Coalition agreement “to be honoured” Ian Macfarlane says defection is…


What we got right and wrong in coverage of the Paris attacks | Open door

Candles in the colours of the French flag outside the Bataclan concert hall, a single of the web sites of the terrorist attacks in Paris on 13 November. They had been lit in a ceremony to spend tribute to victims that was held on Friday, a week after the bombings and shootings. Photograph: Christian Hartmann/Reuters…


In the age of Corbyn, is the time right for another Road to Wigan Pier?

George Orwell, whose Road to Wigan Pier was one particular of the Left Book Club’s earliest selections – even though he upset plenty of its members with the book’s second half. Photograph: Popperfoto/Getty Photos Aiming to “set the agenda for a new age of political debate”, the Left Book Club was re-launched this week at…