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Michael Bachelard 1h
What Indonesia's largest Muslim organisation really wants. A fascinating insight into the battle inside Islam in our near neighbour
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Liam Mannix 52m
There's little evidence many key forensic sciences work - including bullet matching, hair comparison. Experts worry that's putting innocent people behind bars. New from me:
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Check out the latest with , , Caroline Wilson and whispers from and
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Want control? Diet. Want unconditional love? Diet. Want happiness? Diet. Want distraction? Diet. Want a job? Diet. This is the promise – and the lie - of diet culture. | OPINION
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The Age 3h
Jonathan Dick, who has been on the run for more than two years over the brutal sword killing of his brother, has been captured in a dramatic citizen's arrest in Melbourne's CBD after the fugitive was recognised by someone who knew him.
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Companies selling cameras to monitor an empty house have tapped into a growing market of anxious pet owners. • When two-year-old Japanese Spitz, Kyuubi, was a puppy, Chantelle Lawrence took a week off work. “But…
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The Age 4h
When sexually abused children and young women muster the courage to tell someone what happened to them, their confidants risk inflicting fresh trauma by doubting, dismissing or threatening the victims with retribution, Australian researchers warn.
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With poetry, moments of silence and political speeches about the urgent need to fight climate change, Icelandic officials, activists and others bade goodbye to what once was a glacier.
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erin pearson 5h
It’s believed the argument that led to a bloodied altercation involving Melb fugitive began here on Hosier Lane before ending in the Wilson carpark 100m away
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Angry Reservoir traders are threatening to stop trains on the Mernda line on Monday afternoon in protest over level crossing removal works which will close a key intersection for four months and, they say, will kill their businesses.
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From The Archives 6h
in 1986, Picasso's Weeping Woman was found in a locker at Spencer Street railway station after a tip-off to The Age. The painting had been stolen from the NGV in early August by a group calling themselves the Australian Cultural Terrorists.
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The huge and peaceful crowd that marched through Hong Kong’s streets in a massive act of civil disobedience has defied Beijing’s scare tactics and shown community support for democracy protesters remains largely unshaken. | ANALYSIS by Kirsty Needham
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Miki Perkins 7h
ICYMI: My Budj Bim story in the with gorgeous pics and vid from about the growing interest in Budj Bim since its World Heritage listing. Go see, it's beautiful.
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erin pearson 8h
Man believed to be fugitive Jonathan Dick arrested in CBD via
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VIDEO: Knife at scene >> Heavy police presence as detectives try to work out what sparked assault believed to involve fugitive Jonathan Dick
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erin pearson 8h
This is the knife police are expected to examine during investigation into Flinders Street assault and subsequent arrest of Jonathan Dick. Police say three men being spoken to
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BREAKING: Police have confirmed Jonathan Dick, wanted over the brutal sword killing of his brother, has been arrested in Melbourne's CBD.
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erin pearson 8h
Bloodied knife remains at the scene of the suspected Flinders St arrest of Melbourne fugitive Jonathan Dick
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erin pearson 9h
Hosier Lane remains closed after arrest of suspected fugitive this morning
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The Age 9h
BREAKING: Police believe the man is Jonathan Dick, the Melbourne fugitive wanted over the brutal killing of his brother two and a half years ago.
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