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Adam Scott trying to make BMW Championship run, Dustin Johnson leads

World No.6 Adam Scott tried to apply some heat to US Open champion Dustin Johnson but a late surge left the American in complete control with a round remaining at the US PGA Tour’s penultimate playoff event in Indiana. Scott ...

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Flight Facilities review: Suburban dance gig a lesson to Sydney's lockout laws

Flight Facilities Red Bull Weekender Festival, Domain, September 10 Flight Facilities filled the Domain with beats, an orchestra and a few lessons Photo: Supplied ★★★½ In one of those lists masquerading as advice columns recently, this time on parenting, one line ...

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NRL: Raiders bandwagon hanging over the fences at Canberra Stadium

The Canberra Raiders bandwagon is set for a long drive home. That’s the message coming from Woy Woy’s Gavin Bridge, who was joined at an overflowing Canberra Stadium by fans from as far away as Hong Kong. Previous slide Next ...

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Mother of murdered Sydney man Jacob Munro devastated to learn son had been buried for five months

Guilty: Murderer Stanley Robert Forward, 23, leaves the NSW Supreme Court on Friday. Photo: Fairfax Media Jacob Munro hated the thought of being buried. The 24-year-old explained this to his mother Deborah Hall just three months before he went missing from ...

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Woman in WWII Times Square kiss photo dies

A sailor sweeps Greta Zimmer Friedman off her feet with a kiss in New York’s Times Square in this famous photograph taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt on the day Japan surrendered to end World War II.  Photo: AP/Alfred Eisenstaedt New York: The ...

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Driver caught six-times over the limit in McDonalds drive-through

A man’s late night McDonalds run took a turn for the worse last night after he was arrested in the drive-through queue for drink driving. Police were called to a McDonalds restaurant in Springvale, in Melbourne’s south east, after it ...

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Bill Shorten to skip Parliament for date with Canada's Justin Trudeau

EXCLUSIVE Just don’t ask Bill Shorten to explain quantum computing or perform any incredible feats of upper body strength. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will co-host a session with Bill Shorten at the Global Progress conference in Montreal. Photo: Adrian Wyld ...

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Bangladesh factory fire kills at least 23

At least 23 people were killed and dozens more injured in a fire on Saturday at a cigarette packaging factory in Bangladesh, according to multiple news reports. The blaze was the latest in a series of industrial disasters over the last ...

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'Basket of deplorables': Hillary Clinton says of some Trump supporters

New York: Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said on Friday that half the supporters of her Republican rival Donald Trump belonged in a “basket of deplorables” of people who were “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic”. Speaking at an evening fundraiser in New York, the ...

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At least 25 killed when jets hit Syrian city of Idlib

Amman: Jets struck a busy marketplace in the rebel-held Syrian city of Idlib on Saturday, killing at least twenty five people, including children and women, and injuring dozens, rescue workers and residents said. Two civil defence workers told Reuters via internet ...

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