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  1. Boy with autism writes to Immigration Minister asking to remain in AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | ABC News

    A 10-year-old Queensland boy who has autism has written to Immigration Minister Peter Dutton to ask that he and his mother not be deported because he is a "burden on the system". Today, a 4,000 page petition of more than 122,000 signatures will be handed to the Brisbane office of Mr Dutton, who has been asked to consider the case of Maria Sevilla and her son, Tyrone.

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  2. Registered Doctor In Australia Appears In ISIS Video Urging Others To Join Him In SyriaRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | International Business Times

    A doctor who received training in Australia has appeared in an ISIS propaganda video urging other medical professionals to join him in Syria. He identified himself in the video as Abu Yusuf and said he left Australia to travel to Raqqa in Syria to help ISIS militants in their cause.

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  3. AFL player Nathan Lovett-Murray seeks payback through hip hopRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2011 | Green Left Weekly

    When Australian Football League player Nathan Lovett-Murray was growing up, his favourite record was "Black Boy" by Coloured Stone. "Black boy," goes the song, "black boy/The colour of your skin is your pride and joy/Black boy/Black boy/Your life is not destroyed."

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  4. Doctor in IS video worked in QueenslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NEWS.com.au

    THE families of Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan have revealed their final wishes, as the Bali Nine members prepare to be executed. A CORONER investigating the drowning of a toddler has recommended pool owners face a mandatory jail sentence if a child drowns in their pool due to negligence.

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  5. NT fuel prices fall after years of inflated margins: AANT chiefRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    When New Zealand-born truck driver Caleb O'Dwyer moved to Darwin he quickly learned high fuel prices were part of the cost of doing business in the Northern Territory. "It's always been expensive here," he said.

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  6. Womanising Australian doctor joins ISISRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northern Territory News

    A screen grab of Adelaide-trained doctor Tareq Kamleh, who goes by the name Abu Yusuf, in the video reportedly made by ISIS. THE Australian doctor known as a womaniser, drinker and hunter who has now joined the ISIS terrorist organisation had previously worked in the Territory.

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  7. Rogerson's really good chanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Northern Territory News

    TRAINER Ken Rogerson has won most feature races in the Northern Territory and his prospects of taking out another Alice Springs Cup took a leap forward when good galloper Adjuster proved too strong in Saturday's Chief Minister's Cup at Pioneer Park. The gelding has been racing with tremendous spirit since commencing his 2015 Cup campaign and had too much firepower for brave three year old Sirbible who went out hard from the start.

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  8. Territorians unite to honour soldiersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Northern Territory News

    AS the sun rose this morning, thousands of Australians paid their respects to the sacrifices made by Australian and New Zealand defence members, not just in Gallipoli but every war. "We can picture ... the silence, the stillness, the chill of the morning's early hours as the men sat, tightly packed in small boats, as the sea mist enveloped them," the Northern Territory's Administrator John Hardy told a solemn crowd at Darwin's Bicentennial Park before the sun rose on Saturday.

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  9. Baby dies in careRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | Northern Territory News

    The NT News revealed on Friday the tragic case of a baby girl who was placed on life support in Alice Springs Hospital while in the Department's care. As of January 1 this year, 1347 child protection investigations had not been completed in the mandated 28-day time frame.

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  10. Lowndes a win away from historic V8s milestoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Northern Territory News

    V8 Supercars: With the nation stopping to recognise the 100th anniversary of ANZAC Day this weekend, it will hold special significance to Prodrive Racing Australia who have an alliance with the Royal Australian Navy. CRAIG Lowndes could cement his legend as an all-time great next weekend with the Holden pin-up boy just one race win away from becoming the sport's first centurion.

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  11. Kiwis take out Origin matchRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Northern Territory News

    The Team New Zealand defence pounce on Team Australia opponent Michael Kiluner during the Country of Origin rugby match played at Marrara's Rugby Park on Anzac Day. RUGBY Union celebrated the centenary of the first Anzac landings with a Country of Origin match between Northern Territory based players of Australian and New Zealand heritage.

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  12. Viewing highlights: New TV series 8MMM Aboriginal Radio starts on ABCRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | The Age

    But it's certainly the most interesting. It's been absolutely fascinating to watch the evolution of indigenous small-screen fiction over the last few years.

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  13. Convergence to help Aboriginal communities fight against communities' closureRead the original story

    Friday | Green Left Weekly

    The fight against the WA government's widely unpopular decision to close a number of remote Aboriginal communities and force Aboriginal people off their land received a further boost this week with news that activists are set to converge on the state. The Grandmothers Against Removals, a group established to respond to the continued Stolen Generation enforced by the current and previous federal governments, will converge on Perth on May 26 to lend a hand in the fight against the closures.

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  14. Gove housing from worse to worstRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Northern Territory News

    ANYONE joining the near- 30 people on Nhulunbuy's public housing waiting can now expect to wait as long as 13 years for a home. With the will of government and miner Rio Tinto that time could be wiped to zero by tomorrow, but those waiting shouldn't hold their breath.

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  15. Darwinites cheer Anzac centenary marchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NEWS.com.au

    "YOU are loved and held in the highest esteem" - after an emotional morning of dawn services, Aussies have attended marches to commemorate Anzac Day. THE Budget razor gang is considering ending a perk that allows employees of not-for-profit organisations to avoid paying tax on food, alcohol, holidays, cruises, weddings and corporate boxes.

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  16. Top Enders pay respects at Anzac marchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NEWS.com.au

    AS tanks rolled through the heart of Darwin and helicopters roared overhead, people have lined the streets in thought-to-be record numbers for the Anzac centenary march. MORE than 10,000 attended the dawn service, police estimate, and at least that number turned out later on Saturday morning for the parade.

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  17. Malaysians stumble at the final hurdle in squash circuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Star Online

    Eain Yow went down 8-11, 3-11, 6-11 to Yip Tsz Fung of Hong Kong in the final of the second leg of the Malaysian Tour Squash Circuit. PETALING JAYA: It was close but no champagne for youngsters Ng Eain Yow and Vanessa Raj as they failed to win their first professional title.

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  18. From footy to front line actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | Northern Territory News

    THE Northern Territory's contribution to the Great War can be embraced in the life of Larrakia man Willie Allen. Initially rejected when he tried to enlist in the AIF at the beginning of hostilities in 1914, he spent the next three years as a volunteer cable guard, one of a group of men tasked with protecting the telecommunication cable that was considered a target for rebels.

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  19. Change of guardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | Townsville Bulletin

    FOR Ingham-born war hero Keith Payne, Anzac Day sparks many memories - and marks a handing over of the Anzac spirit to the next generation. Mr Payne was awarded the Victoria Cross for spending hours finding and rescuing several of his wounded men in Vietnam in 1969 while injured himself.

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  20. RNZN Ship Representation Anzac Day 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | Scoop

    The Royal New Zealand Navy will be representing New Zealand around the world this Anzac Day. Our ships will be at locations as far away as Gallipoli, at sea or in their New Zealand home ports.

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