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It's not just older generations who don't seem to understand: plenty of people don't fathom why I would want my arm to be the canvas for a picture of a bicycle – or a house, for that matter, or the six-lettered "GRL PWR" I first spotted in a BuzzFeed listicle.
Its not just older generations who dont seem to understand plenty of

Why I'll always love my bicycle tattoo

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Assimilation and appropriation, resistance and identity, tradition and adaptation: there's no shortage of big themes – or big ambitions – in Cleverman (ABC, Thursday, 9.30pm), even if they aren't always deployed quite as elegantly as you might hope.
Assimilation and appropriation resistance and identity tradition and adaptation

Cleverman returns: Better second time around, but fur and claws are biggest flaws

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The Queensland government has unveiled a multimedia campaign to encourage minority communities in the state to better integrate and avoid radicalisation.
The Queensland government has unveiled a multimedia campaign to encourage minori

Queensland government launches campaign to stop radicalisation

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Josh Beckett
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QUT Associate Professor Scott Read said the conclusion of the study was that increased exposure to outdoor light prevented or reduced myopia (short-sightedness) in children.
QUT Associate Professor Scott Read said the conclusion of the study was

An hour outside a day keeps the eye doctor away: QUT study

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Manny Pacquiao attended a church service in Brisbane on Sunday morning but is confident he won't need any help from above to knock out his first opponent in eight years.
Manny Pacquiao attended a church service in Brisbane on Sunday morning but

Manny Pacquiao prays at Brisbane church ahead of Jeff Horn bout

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Eleven days after laying his son to rest, Frank J. Kerrigan got a call from a friend.
"Your son is alive," he said.
Eleven days after laying his son to rest Frank J Kerrigan got a call from a friend

Frank Kerrigan shocked after getting call from son he thought he'd buried

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An overturned oil tanker has burst into flames in Pakistan, killing more than 120 people who rushed to the scene of the highway accident to gather leaking fuel.
An overturned oil tanker has burst into flames in Pakistan killing more

Pakistan oil tanker crash kills more than 100 people

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A small group of moderate Republican senators, worried that their leaders' health-care bill could damage the nation's social safety net, may pose at least as significant an obstacle to the measure's passage as their colleagues on the right.
A small group of moderate Republican senators worried that their leaders healthcare

Senate health-care bill and Medicaid cuts face serious resistance from GOP moderates

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yesterday at 06:02. Facebook
There is a hidden and worrying risk lurking for a particular set of mortgage borrowers, whose level of financial stress is about to get a whole lot worse.
There is a hidden and worrying risk lurking for a particular set

Not in their interest: The home loan borrowers that have been left out to dry

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Craig Sharp
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Video footage shows a fire that tore through and destroyed a home at Woolloongabba on Sunday morning. Police have deemed the blaze suspicious.
Video footage shows a fire that tore through and destroyed a home

Suspicious blaze destroys Woolloongabba home

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Amazon is unlikely to build its own grocery stores in the wake of its surprise $US13.4 billion ($18 billion) takeover offer for upmarket US grocery chain Whole Foods Market, experts say.
Amazon is unlikely to build its own grocery stores in the wake

Amazon's Whole Foods buy won't alter Australian expansion plans

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Little libraries are popping up in towns and cities around Australia - and even at beachside locations. "A lot of people rediscovered the convenience of paperbacks – no glare from their iPads. No sand in their plugs."
Little libraries are popping up in towns and cities around Australia and

The street library revolution is bringing neighbourhoods together

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Greens senator Lee Rhiannon has angrily rejected claims she derailed her party's school funding negotiations with the government after her own colleagues wrote a letter accusing her of betrayal.
Greens senator Lee Rhiannon has angrily rejected claims she derailed her partys

Greens tensions boil over as Lee Rhiannon hits back at critics over Gonski deal

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Every time Donald Trump tweets, journalists and Twitter followers attempt to analyse what he means. Intelligence agencies around the world do, too: They're trying to determine what vulnerabilities the president of the US may have. And he's giving them a lot to work with.
Every time Donald Trump tweets journalists and Twitter followers attempt to analyse

Donald Trump's Twitter feed is a gold mine for foreign spies

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Tyson Frizell, the man who reinjured the game's best player, Johnathan Thurston, says he has no regrets about what happened on the field, even though it cost Thurston an Origin III farewell.
Tyson Frizell the man who reinjured the games best player Johnathan Thurston

Targeting Johnathan Thurston all part of toughest game of all

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yesterday at 02:56. Facebook
In a strange story emerging from Victoria, police believe a woman rescued from under a derelict house might have been trapped there for a week.
In a strange story emerging from Victoria police believe a woman rescued

'Strange': Woman rescued from under Essendon house could have been there for a week

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Bali's police chief says he believes a crime syndicate helped four foreign prisoners, including Australian Shaun Davidson, stage a brazen escape from Bali's Kerobokan jail.
Balis police chief says he believes a crime syndicate helped four foreign

Police suspect crime syndicate helped Shaun Davidson and other prisoners escape Bali jail

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Rescue efforts are continuing after more than 100 people were believed to be buried under tonnes of debris in a landslide in south-western China.
Rescue efforts are continuing after more than 100 people were believed to

'We won't give up': Hundreds still feared buried in China landslide

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Over the past 10 weeks of protests in Venezuela, security forces have detained more than 3200 people, with over a third of them remaining in custody. Allegations of mistreatment during the arrests and detention have ballooned, according to human rights groups.
Over the past 10 weeks of protests in Venezuela security forces have

In Venezuela, prisoners say abuse is so bad they are forced to eat pasta mixed with excrement

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Ellis Pearson aka DJ Berzerk Battery, has released an album and is building a following - at age 10.
Ellis Pearson aka DJ Berzerk Battery has released an album and is

Age is no barrier for this 10-year-old DJ

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