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Parramatta Eels winger Semi Radradra returns to Australia with Jarryd Hayne

The Sydney Morning Herald - ‎4 hours ago‎
The mystery surrounding the future of Semi Radradra became slightly clearer on Thursday night when the Parramatta winger arrived back in Sydney from Fiji on the same flight as Rio Olympic hopeful Jarryd Hayne.

10 things you need to know this morning in Australia

Business Insider Australia - ‎1 hour ago‎
1. Now it's Borxit. Brexit campaign leader and former London mayor Boris Johnson has dropped out of the race to replace British PM David Cameron overnight after suddenly losing the support of Tory heavyweight Michael Gove.
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Almost 800000 cars recalled in Australia

Sky News Australia - ‎2 hours ago‎
The recall applies to almost every Mitsubishi sold in Australia in the past 10 years (almost 500,000) as well as 324,000 Toyotas, with some at risk of fuel leaks and fires.
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NDIS begins to rollout across Australia

Sky News Australia - ‎5 hours ago‎
The long-awaited National Disability Insurance Scheme starts rolling out across Australia from Friday for the next three years.
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Our internet report card still dismal

NEWS.com.au - ‎7 hours ago‎
But the news, coming on the eve of the federal election, is far from impressive, with networking firm Akamai Technologies noting that Australia's speed boost was “the smallest gain” in Asia Pacific, and the country's ranking had plummeted from 30th ...
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Federal election 2016: Australia's next government remains an educated, if ultimately fraught, guess

The Sydney Morning Herald - ‎14 hours ago‎
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Photo: Andrew Meares. After months of hard policy grind and noisy exaggerated posturing, the colour of Australia's next national government remains an educated, if ultimately fraught, ...
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The MasterChef Australia star eliminated from Heston Blumenthal Week after her dessert collapsed

NEWS.com.au - ‎13 hours ago‎
The 32-year-old former sales manager from South Australia was eliminated on the last night of the Channel 10 cooking show's Heston Blumenthal Week.

Low-cost disruptors such as Purplebricks will shake up Australian real estate

The Australian Financial Review - ‎19 hours ago‎
In Australia, CoreLogic says the median price of a home nationwide is about $580,000 and when it comes time to sell, homeowners can expect to pay about $11,600 in commission to an estate agent.
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'Drunkorexia' phenomena prominent in young Australian women

ABC Online - ‎Jun 29, 2016‎
"So one - you have the social norm of drinking, so in Australia it is quite a dominant cultural identity where you're almost seen as quite un-Australian if you don't have a drink in your hand at a barbecue or a club or bar - and number two is the ...
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United States planning to increase refugee intake, calls on Australia to follow suit

ABC Online - ‎20 hours ago‎
United States President Barack Obama is planning to increase the number of refugees admitted to his nation, and is calling on countries like Australia to follow suit. That is despite fears that terrorists will use refugee flows to infiltrate Western ...
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Australia's manufacturing sector records longest period of growth in a decade

ABC Online - ‎55 minutes ago‎
Australia's manufacturing sector has achieved 12 straight months of expansion to record the longest unbroken period of growth in a decade.

Outdoor dining smoking bans begins in South Australia

ABC Online - ‎4 hours ago‎
Smoking will be banned in alfresco dining areas where meals are being served across South Australia from today. Cancer Council SA's chief executive Lincoln Size said he was pleased workers and diners would be protected both inside and outside venues.
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NEWS.com.au - ‎Jun 29, 2016‎
According to Australian Marriage Equality, “the Liberal Party's go-to research company, Crosby/Textor, has found 72 per cent of the public already supports it, higher than many countries with marriage equality”.

Black market jobs cost Australia billions and youth are at the coalface

The Conversation AU - ‎5 hours ago‎
Youth unemployment is typically twice the national unemployment rate. Millennials are finding it harder to secure full-time work after leaving university.

Syrian president hits out at Australia

9news.com.au - ‎15 hours ago‎
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has accused Australia of double standards for publicly criticising his government despite maintaining private dealings.
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Rio 2016: Michael Diamond out of Australian Olympic team

The Australian - ‎19 hours ago‎
“The incident involving Michael Diamond has, in our view, put our sport in a position which is inappropriate,” Shooting Australia chief executive Damien Marangon said. “When looking at the AOC's selection and nomination criteria it was clear to us that ...
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Women are 'willing to hire out their body'

NEWS.com.au - ‎19 hours ago‎
Managing director of the Australian Christian Lobby told news.com.au that concerns over the fate of Australia's future children is at the core of its opposition to allowing same-sex marriage pass through parliament.
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Australia's big four banks win without even competing

The Sydney Morning Herald - ‎17 hours ago‎
A Morgan Stanley research note on Australia's banks quotes Digital Finance Analytics as saying average mortgage discounts for owner-occupiers have increased to about 80 points.

Brazil and Uruguay beef overtakes Australian exports to China

ABC Online - ‎22 hours ago‎
Australia has lost the crown as the number one beef exporter to China, as the Chinese seek cheaper imports from Brazil and Uruguay.

Brexit opens up Aussie job opportunities

NEWS.com.au - ‎1 hour ago‎
It may also benefit Australian bosses, with the number of British jobseekers searching for work Down Under doubling in the hours following the Brexit decision.
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