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Tiger sharks shot and killed where two people were attacked in Queensland's Whitsundays - ABC Local

Three tiger sharks have been shot and killed after being caught in drum lines in the Whitsunday Islands in north Queensland, where two tourists nearly bled to death after being mauled within 24 hours of each other.

Player ratings: Every player from West Coast's preliminary final win over Melbourne rated - Herald Sun

West Coast had winners all over the ground, while the Demons didn't have many winners in what was a dismal day for the club. All 44 players from Saturday's preliminary final rated. REPORT: EAGLES CONDEMN DEMONS TO PRELIM HELL.

Fake Uber driver charged with sex assault - NEWS.com.au

A man who posed as an Uber driver and allegedly sexually assaulted two women while driving them from nights out in Brisbane has appeared in court. The 41-year-old was arrested during a raid on his Carindale home on Friday after a 25-year-old and a ...

Baby meerkat stolen from Perth Zoo found 'tired and hungry' at Beverley house - ABC News

A four-week-old meerkit stolen from Perth Zoo has been returned to its carers after being found at a house in Western Australia's Wheatbelt region. Key points: The baby meerkat was found by police two days after disappearing from its enclosure; Police ...

Slater suspension fears as Storm beat Sharks to reach grand final - NRL.COM

In what would be a cruel twist of fate, retiring Storm fullback Billy Slater could be rubbed out of next Sunday's grand final despite scoring two tries to help book Melbourne's passage into the decider. The Storm dominated a depleted Cronulla 22-6 in ...

Federal Government to crack down on overseas travel for welfare cheats - NEWS.com.au

AUSTRALIANS who owe money to the federal government will be banned from leaving the country until they repay the funds in a move to claw back $800 million in debt. Travel bans have been issued over the past decade to parents who did not make child ...

Gunmen open fire on Iran military parade - The Sydney Morning Herald

Dubai: Gunmen fired on a military parade in south-western Iran on Saturday, killing 11 members of the Revolutionary Guards, the semi-official Tasnim news agency reported, in one of the worst attacks on the elite force. State television said the assault ...

Lainie Anderson: The Liberals have a serious 'woman problem' - The Advertiser

A GREAT photo was published in the New Zealand Herald this week of the country's first three female prime ministers — Dame Jenny Shipley, Helen Clark and Jacinda Ardern — to celebrate 125 years since NZ women won the right to vote. When current PM ...

Looking back: How Mason Cox went from American college basketballer to AFL star - Herald Sun

MASON Cox's stunning preliminary final performance has many calling him one of the greatest stories in AFL history. But where did it start for the giant Pie? COX: MY CHRISTMAS WITH EDDIE. HATERS: MASON DOESN'T HEAR THE KNOCKERS. Did you ...

Patti Davis Defends Christine Blasey Ford, Recalls Sexual Assault by Prominent Music Exec - Variety

“It's important to understand how memory works in a traumatic event,” Patti Davis said Friday in an op-ed for the Washington Post in which she defends Christine Blasey Ford and comes forward with her own story of sexual assault. As more and more women ...