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  1. Australia arrests 5 men on charges of plotting terror attack on policeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 min ago | GlobalNews

    WATCH ABOVE: Five men have been arrested in Melbourne in a counter-terrorism operation, Australian police said on Saturday. SYDNEY, Australia - Police in Australia say they have arrested five men on suspicion of plotting terrorist attacks on police officers.

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  2. AGL to decarbonise power generation by 2050Read the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | Big News Network.com

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  3. Greens say AGL's decision to close power stations marks the end for fossil fuels in AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    40 min ago | ABC News

    The Greens say AGL's decision to close all coal fire power stations, including two in the Upper Hunter, is the beginning of the end of fossil fuel consumption in Australia. The energy giant released a greenhouse gas policy on Friday pledging to close all of its existing stations by 2050.

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  4. Police shoot knife-wielding man at GosfordRead the original story w/Photo

    40 min ago | ABC News

    A man has been shot by police after he allegedly lunged at an officer with a knife on the New South Wales central coast. Early this morning two officers chased the 20-year-old man who reportedly had been threatening people at the Gosford Railway Station.

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  5. Proposal to relocate Bulga for mine expansion will 'destroy heritage'Read the original story w/Photo

    50 min ago | ABC News

    A proposal to relocate the town of Bulga in the Hunter Region of New South Wales to make way for the extension of a mine, will destroy the town's heritage, residents say. The extension of the mine could also negatively affect property values, according to the Planning Assessment Commission , an independent body set up by the NSW Government to scrutinise significant developments.

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  6. Ways to get active this weekRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Green Left Weekly

    BRISBANE Join us on International Workers' Memorial Day on Tuesday April 28 at 10am to remember all those who have been injured or killed at work and renew the call for safe workplaces. Emma Miller Place, Roma St, Brisbane.

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  7. Young woman had world at her feet - before Lyme disease struckRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Manawatu Evening Standard

    But the 20-year-old from New South Wales, Australia - who had the world at her feet as a performing arts student - has no way of telling if she will be well enough to kick up her heels. Tahlia, from Raworth in the Hunter Region, is fighting Lyme disease, an illness transmitted following the bite of a tick infected with the Borrelia bacterium.

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  8. Commercial surrogacy should be legalised, Family Court Chief Justice saysRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | ABC News

    In a wide-ranging speech in Brisbane last night, Justice Diana Bryant told journalists that current laws were driving couples to enter into unethical arrangements overseas. "If we allow it in Australia, we then can regulate it and ensure that it's done on ethical terms."

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  9. Pen pals commemorate Gallipoli landing in lettersRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | ABC News

    ELIZABETH JACKSON: In a week's time, it's expected thousands of people around the country will converge on marches and memorial services to commemorate the centenary of Anzac. As the years pass, more and more young people are playing pivotal roles in the commemorations.

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  10. State and territory leaders welcome chance to tackle education, health fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | ABC News

    ELIZABETH JACKSON: The Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, has set down a special meeting with state and territory leaders in a bid to resolve the standoff over health and education funding. The details will be up for discussion at the July "leaders' retreat," which has been welcomed by most of the states and territories.

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  11. Green's say AGL's decision to close power stations, marks...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | ABC News

    The Greens say AGL's decision to close all coal fire power stations, including two in the Upper Hunter, is the beginning of the end of fossil fuel consumption in Australia. "It's a fantastic move in the right direction.

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  12. Nyngan solar farm in western NSW opensRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | ABC News

    A solar farm in western New South Wales, the southern hemisphere's biggest, has taken its place on the world stage. Energy company AGL has installed the last of more than 1.3 million solar panels on what used to be the flat red earth of a sheep paddock.

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  13. Timor-Lestea s Veterans to Visit AustraliaRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Scoop

    Next week veterans of Timor-Lestes independence struggle will visit Australia to build on relationships with Australias veteran community, discuss ideas on veteran services and participate in ANZAC ceremonies which this year commemorate Next week veterans of Timor-Leste's independence struggle will visit Australia to build on relationships with Australia's veteran community, discuss ideas on veteran services and participate in ANZAC ceremonies which this year commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the landing of the ANZAC forces at Gallipoli in World War I. Several delegations will be based in major Australian cities and a travelling delegation will move across the country to attend major events.

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  14. The states own the mineralsRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Catallaxy

    I don't know how many times it has been pointed out that it is the states that own the minerals. The assertion that the minerals in the ground are owned by all Australians is just wrong.

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  15. It's all about the points as Matt returns 'home'Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Border Mail

    Matt McDonald, centre, steps it out at Wodonga Raiders' training session. He is looking forward to facing North Albury today.

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  16. 'I'll be back' | Albury ruckman counting lucky starsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Border Mail

    ALBURY ruckman Angus Graham says he's relieved rather than shattered to be sidelined for the first half of the Ovens and Murray season. Graham feared his torn posterior cruciate ligament would require surgery after he crashed to the turf during the third quarter of the Tigers' win against Corowa-Rutherglen at Albury Sportsground last weekend.

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  17. Battle with - ice' in rural AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Star Online

    Reflection time: Former drug addict and dealer Toomey i sitting on his bed in his room at Orana Haven, an indigenous rehabilitation centre at the Gongolgon village i about 650km i northwest of Sydney. i - AFP GONGOLGON : Adrian Toomey made thousands of dollars a day as an "ice" dealer in Dubbo, a fairly typical Australian town northwest of Sydney, supplying the drug to everyone from bank workers to school teachers.

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  18. Further calls for gas giant AGL to withdraw from GloucesterRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | ABC News

    The Manning Clean Water Action Group says the Australian Energy Market Operator this week announced that there are no supply gaps for any of Australia's eastern gas markets. The Action Group President Chris Sheed said there's no need for AGL to push ahead with its pilot coal seam gas project in Gloucester.

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  19. What's on in Sydney - April 17th and 18thRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | ABC News

    Head to the Blue Mountains this Saturday as the colours of Mount Wilson are glorious and the Mt Wilson Progress Association is hosting the open gardens at Nooroo, Merry Garth, Jalscene, Bisley, Wildenstein, Wollemi and Carmathen. There is a speakers forum at the Old Mt Wilson School house with Michael Bates talking on the Sydney school of garden design at 10am.

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  20. Knights focused on extending Eels hoodooRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    The Knights were the early surprise package of 2015 when they kicked off the season with four straight wins but their progress has been stalled by back-to-back losses to St George Illawarra and Cronulla. Rick Stone's side scored a combined total of just six points in those defeats but centre Dane Gagai said that statistic wasn't a true reflection of the team that haven't lost to the Eels since 2009.

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