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Malcolm Roberts’ Dual Dilemma

By Nicholas Everard Malcolm Roberts, 62, is a Queensland Senator for Pauline Hanson’s One Nation party and the latest parliamentarian to join the long list of Australian politicians embroiled in

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Trump debuts at the UN

By Vittorio Travan American President has marked his first address to the delegates of the United Nations by encouraging major reforms. Trump says to restore the power and accountability of

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London Underground Blast Update

By Vittorio Travan London has suffered its fourth terror attack this year following the detonation of a bomb on a suburban train line. The attempted bombing at the Parsons Green

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New airborne security virus is likely to infect billions of devices without owners knowledge

By Lauren Forbes Internet security analysts are warning the potential of a new airborne computer virus, dubbed as ‘BlueBorne Vulnerability,’ having the capability to infect billions of phones and other

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Marriage equality survey forms take off

By Kristina Rosengren 600,000 postal survey forms have been sent out today, as part of the marriage equality vote. They are the first batch to be sent out to the

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New Sanctions hit North Korea

By Vittorio Travan In a unanimous decision handed down by the United Nations Security Council, North Korea will face a new set of sanctions. The response comes after the September

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Hurricane Irma reaches America

By Vittorio Travan   The west coast of America is facing one of the country’s largest storms in the past 25 years. Hurricane Irma reached American inland Sunday morning as

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Orange Will Host Family History Conference

Br Erin Archer   The 2017 NSW and ACT Association of Family History Societies Annual Conference has announced it will be held in Orange, in the Central West of NSW.

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Australia Day Controversy Continues

By Erin Archer   The city of Yarra has made headlines again, however this time it has come from far right protesters who stormed an evening council meeting, who were

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CATCH Program Nabs Another

By Erin Archer   The CATCH (Crime and Traffic Connecting on Highways) program proved its worth once again on Monday, after a man was charged with several drug offences during