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PFAS report reveals contamination at RAAF base, while MFS begins investigation at station

Chemical testing is underway on fruit and vegetables grown at a South Australian fire station, as the Department of Defence releases its report into PFAS…

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Emmerdale spoilers: Bernice Blackstock left in coma after Kerry Wyatt gives her dodgy Botox

Bernice Blackstock will be left fighting for her life in Emmerdale over New Year as she falls into a coma after getting some dodgy Botox….

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Eden Hazard reveals contract talks with Chelsea have stalled and admits the Ballon d’Or ‘does not matter’ to him

EDEN HAZARD revealed contract talks with Chelsea have stalled – opening the door for his dream move to Real Madrid once again. The winger, 27,…

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Joana Sanz is the supermodel wife of Dani Alves who married turned down TWO proposals before secret Ibiza wedding

SPANISH supermodel Joana Sanz made Dani Alves work before she walked down the aisle. The 25-year-old, who has strutted her stuff for Jimmy Choo, Gucci and…

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Piers Morgan has make-up applied live on air as he battles a ‘stinking cold’

PIERS Morgan had to have his make-up applied live on air on today’s Good Morning Britain as he battles a “stinking cold”. The 53-year-old told…

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Heavy snow in US kills three, snarls travel, and leaves nearly 250,000 without power

An intense snow storm dumping 60 centimetres of snow on parts of the south-eastern United States leaves at least three people dead in North Carolina…

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Nuns embezzled ‘substantial’ school funds to bankroll Vegas gambling trips

A former principal and teacher at a Catholic school in California embezzled money from tuition and other funds and used it to fund trips to…

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‘Totally unprovoked’: CCTV of St Kilda brawl shows victims stomped until unconscious

The men were walking along one of Melbourne’s most popular beach precincts when they were set upon by about 20 young men of African-Australian appearance,…

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6am Manchester United news: Romelu Lukaku switches agents, interest in Dennis Man hots up and Red Devils step up chase for Toby Alderweireld

MANCHESTER UNITED look set for a busy winter period with the club linked with a host of players. Jose Mourinho has been given the green…

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6am Chelsea news: Blues lead race to sign Christian Pulisic, Cesar Azpilicueta shined in Manchester City win and Victor Moses could be offloaded in January

CHELSEA lead race to sign Christian Pulisic, Azpilicueta shined in Manchester City win and Victor Moses could be offloaded in January. Read this and more gossip, plus all…

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6am Arsenal news: Unai Emery targets Ousmane Dembele, interest in Nicolas Pepe hots up and Marseille chase Nacho Monreal

WITH the January transfer window fast approaching, Arsenal continue to be linked with moves for a number of players. Danny Welbeck is ruled out of…

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WA doctor survived on cave water while lost in dense jungle on Christmas Island

Katherine Comparti says “everything you could imagine” went through her mind when she became lost in thick jungle during a holiday to the remote island…

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Ausgrid’s $16b price tag put under microscope in new report

The auditor-general says the process behind the 2016 sale of Ausgrid meant the NSW taxpayer missed out on “value for money” — a deal the…

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School boy ‘stabbed pregnant cheerleader, 17, to death and dumped her body in a bin because she left it too long to get abortion’

AN American footballer, 16, has been charged with murdering a teen cheerleader and dumping her body in a bin – because she hid the fact…

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‘It would be insane’: Greenpeace protests oil drilling in Bight

Greenpeace flagship, Rainbow Warrior, has lead a protest of hundreds of people campaigning against Norweign company Equinor drilling for oil in the Great Australian Bight.

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Labor and micro-parties dominate Victorian Upper House results

Official calculations for Victoria’s Upper House confirm Labor’s dominance at the polls, while as many members will now sit on the crossbench as they will…

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Owner of Shih Tzu attacked by two Alaskan Malamutes awarded $12k in damages

A Canberra court finds the owners of two Alaskan Malamutes, named Babe and Ranger, partially responsible for the dogs attacking a neighbour’s Shih Tzu.

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Teenager charged with killing schoolmate who was pregnant with his child

A high school football player tells investigators he killed his schoolmate because she waited too long to tell him she was pregnant with his child,…

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Forcing young kids into police lock-ups a ‘travesty’, judge declares

The head of Queensland’s Children’s Court, Judge Michael Shanahan, says children as young as 11 are being locked up in police watch houses, some for…

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Illegal breeder slapped with $12,000 fine over camouflaged puppy farm

A Victorian man has narrowly avoided jail over a dog breeding operation in Gippsland where nearly 40 animals were found languishing in squalid conditions earlier…

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