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Westpac sees negative in more rate cuts The head of Westpac Brian Hartzer has told federal MPs that further interest rate cuts may perversely have a negative impact on the economy. Elderly couple's car plunges into Victorian dam A couple has been rescued after their car plunged off a busy highway in Victoria, crashing into a dam.
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SA man jailed for road rage murder An Adelaide man who fatally stabbed a fellow motorist during a road rage attack has been jailed for at least 20 years. Woman helps police over Canberra shooting Police investigating a shooting that took place in Canberra earlier this week are speaking with a woman over the incident.
Australia's fastest internet provider revealed in new report Optus is offering the fastest internet in the country, according to the latest instalment of the broadband speed-monitoring report by the consumer watchdog. NSW drunk driver gets seven yrs for death Michael Meakin, who drunkenly hit and killed a man with whom he had earlier been involved in an altercation, has been sentenced to seven years' jail. Underworld figure arrested in early morning raid A Melbourne underworld figure was taken in for questioning this morning, as detectives continue to investigate a spate of fatal shootings across the city.
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Man ten times richer than Trump to jump into presidential race New York's richest man and former mayor, is expected to jump into the presidential race. Crunch time for 'medevac' negotiations Finance Minister Mathias Cormann says the government wants to unwind the controversial 'medevac' laws as soon as possible, with the Senate returning next week. Extreme fire danger for Queensland coast Queensland is bracing for extreme fire danger as temperatures soar close to 40C across parts of the southeast.
Plane crashes into California home A small aircraft crashed into a residence in a Southern California city, leaving one person dead. Police Minister tells P-plater 'I work for the cops' in road rage stand-off NSW Police Minister David Elliott has denied grabbing a teenage P-plater's arm during a heated argument on a Sydney road, but admits telling the teenager he "worked for the cops". UK police ID all 39 Vietnamese victims found in truck UK police say they have formally identified the 39 people found dead in a container truck in southeastern England and notified their families in the apparent people-smuggling tragedy.
Bomb squad alerted after suspect device found Bomb disposal experts were called to a property in eastern Victoria last night after a suspicious device was found. Farmers question new federal water plan Australia's peak farming body is seeking more detail on how the government plans to allocate gigalitres of new water from the Murray River for fodder.
NASA opens untouched moon sample for first time in more than 40 years Scientists from NASA have opened up an untouched Moon rock and soil sample that was brought back by the Apollo 17 lunar mission, which returned to Earth in December NSW police minister admits road rage spat NSW Police Minister David Elliott admits he told a young driver who clipped his car he "worked for the cops" during a dispute but says he never touched him.
Sydney man unable to escape assassins twice in seven months It is understood the victim was hit near Barber Avenue, Penrith. Melbourne facing coldest spring in more than a decade Melbourne is facing its coldest spring since , with an Antarctic blast set to bring rain, gusty winds and hail across the state. Aust terror message: 'Escape. PM 'considering' veterans royal commission Prime Minister Scott Morrison agrees more needs to be done to prepare Australia's soldiers for when they leave the service after a number took their own lives.
Driver, 74, missing in central Queensland Clive Rolph, 74, has not been seen for three weeks and is believed to be travelling in the Gin Gin or South Burnett area, Queensland police say. Hundreds attend funerals of Mexico Mormon massacre victims At least visitors descended on the town of La Mora to pay their respects to the nine US women and children slaughtered by Mexican cartel members in a horrific mass shooting.
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