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Woman goes on deadly rampage at Maryland warehouse - The Age

Aberdeen, Maryland: A woman armed with a handgun opened fire on Thursday at a Maryland distribution centre for the Rite Aid drugstore chain, killing three people and wounding three others before she took her own life, the Harford County sheriff said.

Whitsunday shark attacks 'unprecedented' and 'unusual', prompting warning from authorities - ABC Local

Authorities are urging people not swim in or around Cid Harbour on Whitsunday Island in north Queensland while as they assess the threat, after two near-fatal shark attacks within 24 hours. A 46-year-old Tasmanian woman and a 12-year-old girl suffered ...

Growth set to fund schools deal: treasurer - NEWS.com.au

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is confident Australia's growing economy can help shoulder the cost of the government's $4.6 billion peace deal with Catholic and independent schools. Prime Minister Scott Morrison revealed the deal on Thursday, which he said ...

Police Find Remains In South Australian Backyard Belonging To Colleen Adams - Hit 107

Police have located remains during a dig at searching for the remains of missing woman Colleen Adams in a South Australian home. Work has been undertaken at the home by police to excavate an area pointed out by her husband, who is facing court ...and more »

Scott Morrison rejects AMA plea to bring children from Nauru to Australia - The Guardian

Scott Morrison has rebuffed a plea from the Australian Medical Association to change policy on Nauru, and bring families and children to Australia, saying he will not “put at risk any element of Australia's border protection policy”. The prime minister ...

Brett Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford may testify next week - NEWS.com.au

A LAWYER for a woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sex assault decades ago says she'd be willing to testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee next week if they can agree to terms “that are fair and which ensure her safety.”.

Lake Victoria, Tanzania: Dozens drown in ferry capsize - BBC News

At least 40 people have died after a ferry carrying hundreds of people capsized on Lake Victoria, Tanzania. One official told the Reuters news agency the number who drowned could be more than 200. Rescue efforts have been halted until dawn on Friday.

Emotional Sam Newman announces retirement after 25 years on the AFL Footy Show - Wide World of Sports

An emotional Sam Newman has announced his retirement from the AFL Footy Show following 25 years as a panellist since the show's debut in 1994. Newman fronted the live studio audience at the beginning of Thursday's show, saying his last appearance ...and more »

Disturbing viral video shows man laughing as he mows down emus - International Business Times AU

A disturbing footage showing a man laughing as he deliberately runs down on emus in a 4WD has appeared online, prompting the RSPCA to ask the public for information about the driver. However, one of the men the Internet has identified to be the driver ...

South Australian senator Sarah Hanson-Young to publish book on sexism in politics - ABC Local

As her defamation case against Liberal Democrat senator David Leyonhjelm begins this afternoon, Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young is preparing to release a book on bullying and sexism. Key points: Senator Hanson-Young has written a book on ...and more »