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She is a 7-year-old with dimples, pink hair ribbons, a missing front tooth and halting English who first captured global attention three months ago with Twitter messages about bombs, death and despair in eastern Aleppo, the rapidly shrinking rebel-held section of the Syrian city.

Bana Alabed, posting to Twitter from Aleppo, gains sympathy but doubts follow

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As banks battle Apple for greater access to the iPhone's hardware, new figures show there is a long way to go before smart phones rival credit or debit cards as a means of making tap-and-go payments.

CBA figures show few customers pay on smart phones

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Donald Trump, asylum seekers, local music and #auspol were all chief topics of interest among Australian Twitter users in 2016, although as usual they were joined by a wave of memes and a near-incomprehensible amount of love for YouTube celebs turned rock band 5 Seconds of Summer.

Australian Twitter dominated by Trump, tragedy and teen heart-throbs in 2016

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The royal commission into juvenile detention has rejected a last-minute attempt by the Northern Territory government to stop witnesses giving evidence.

NT Government fails to stop witnesses giving evidence

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The government faces accusations that it is forcing up electricity prices and reducing energy reliability after abandoning a plan to even consider a climate scheme that experts say could have tackled both.

Government accused of forcing up power prices through climate backdown

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On Monday beloved Australian entrepreneur Dick Smith unexpectedly declared his support for One Nation and his willingness to advise (although not fund) Pauline Hanson on matters of policy.

Dick Smith has gone from beloved entrepreneur to just another lobbyist

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The world's largest scientific experiment, a 27-kilometre circular underground tunnel built to smash particles into each other, has been recreated at the Queensland Museum.

Large Hadron Collider exhibition opens at Queensland Museum

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There's no need for Brisbane children to be bored in the lead-up to Christmas with so many exciting shows, creative activities,Christmas mas outings, sports, games, exhibitions and workshops for all ages.

Must Do Brisbane Christmas school holiday guide, December 2016

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The Turnbull government is sitting on advice that an emissions intensity scheme - the carbon policy it put on the table only to rule out just 36 hours later - would save households and businesses across the country up to $15 billion in electricity bills over a decade.

Government killed emissions scheme despite advice it could shave $15 billion off electricity bills

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Brisbane Times and Palace Cinemas have joined forces to help readers escape the summer heat for an advance screening of one of the season's best flicks.

Win double passes to the Palace Centro’s ‘Summer of Cinema’

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Last night's episode of Please Like Me, Josh Thomas' award-winning ABC comedy, has been heaped with praise online, after a beloved character's shock death sparked an emotional outpouring from viewers.

Please Like Me fans praise 'devastatingly raw' episode

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#COMMENT: On Monday, the Salvation Army thought it would be a good idea to release a public statement saying they don't support Safe Schools.

Why I won't be supporting the Salvation Army this Christmas

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A new Queensland project will provide extra support to working women affected by domestic and family violence so they can stay in their jobs and retain financial security.

Domestic violence trial to help victims stay in their jobs

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After the upheaval of last month, Australia will take an unchanged squad into the first Test against Pakistan at the Gabba.

Australian squad announced for Gabba Test against Pakistan

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The push for paid leave for domestic violence victims across Australia is back on the agenda ahead of Friday's meeting of state, territory and federal ministers.

We need a a national push for DV leave: Premier

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The sex offender who escaped from Rockhampton District Court moments after being convicted in September has been jailed for 27 months.

Court escapee jailed for 27 months

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Strong action on climate change and clean energy would generate 90,000 new jobs across Queensland by 2030, tens of thousands more than the Adani coal mine, greens groups say.

Clean energy to create 90,000 jobs: ACF

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Tom Lynch and Steven May have been named Gold Coast co-captains after Gary Ablett stood down last month.

Gold Coast name Tom Lynch and Steven May as Suns captains

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News Corp's plan to buy APN's regional Queensland newspapers has been given the all clear by the competition watchdog, which found the acquisition would not cause a substantial drop in market diversity across the state.

News Corp gets green light to buy APN

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D’arcy Doyle (1932–2001) was an Australian painter of landscapes and memorable scenes. Having grown up in Ipswich and later lived on the Gold Coast, Doyle painted memories of his life in post-war south-east Queensland.

D'arcy Doyle: Life in Post-war south-east Queensland - My BT Ipswich

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