Anti-grooming bill still a ‘shocker’ despite government changes, ACT Bar Association says – The Canberra Times


The Canberra Times

Anti-grooming bill still a 'shocker' despite government changes, ACT Bar Association says
The Canberra Times
The ACT government will move to amend legislation the ACT Bar Association claimed could "criminalise" sex education. A draft bill based on the findings of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse will be debated when the ...

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Malcolm Turnbull will try to woo Donald Trump back to TPP – The Australian


The Australian

Malcolm Turnbull will try to woo Donald Trump back to TPP
The Australian
Malcolm Turnbull is expected to tap into growing domestic pressure mounting against Donald Trump's protectionist trade policies to advocate open trade and the potential for the US to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership. The Prime Minister will leave ...
Republican senators urge Trump to rejoin Trans-Pacific PartnershipThe Sydney Morning Herald

Turnbull in America: Trump, trade, and a rival roadThe Australian Financial Review
Greg Norman on how he put Malcolm Turnbull in touch with Donald TrumpABC Online
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Hundreds of trainee doctors forced to resit $1800 exam after ‘unknown technical fault’ – Brisbane Times


Brisbane Times

Hundreds of trainee doctors forced to resit $1800 exam after 'unknown technical fault'
Brisbane Times
Hundreds of trainee doctors will be forced to resit a high-stakes medical exam after a technical glitch locked candidates out of an online test before they finished on Monday. The Royal Australasian College of Physicians said an "unknown technical ...

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Move to protect Brisbane’s rare red brick schools – Brisbane Times


Brisbane Times

Move to protect Brisbane's rare red brick schools
Brisbane Times
Steps are being taken by Queensland's Department of Education and Training to preserve several of Brisbane's rare red-brick schools as part of the state's history. As Queensland struggled during the economic depression of the 1930s, a handful of ...

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Wild winds batter state, dozens of calls for help – The Age


The Age

Wild winds batter state, dozens of calls for help
The Age
Wild winds have battered Victoria with a cruise ship wedged up against a pier, trees down and dozens of calls for help. A severe weather warning is in place for damaging winds of up to 100km/h in Melbourne's eastern suburbs and elevated areas including ...
Severe winds lash VictoriaYahoo7 News


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