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Crown staff charged with gambling crimes in China are sentenced to between nine and 10 month's jail after pleading guilty to gambling crimes.
Crown staff charged with gambling crimes in China are sentenced to between

Crown staff detained in China jailed over gambling crimes

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06/25/2017 at 10:49. Facebook
This exhibition aims to honour the Chinese heritage of the Victorian goldfields.
This exhibition aims to honour the Chinese heritage of the Victorian goldfields

Racism, bandit attacks, bravery: Art celebrates Australia's Chinese history

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06/22/2017 at 02:01. Facebook
Veteran Ni-Vanuatu journalist Godwin Ligo went to school with the late President Baldwin Lonsdale.

He says even back then he was demonstrating a desire to lead.
Veteran NiVanuatu journalist Godwin Ligo went to school with the late President

"He stood up and made his own decisions": Long-time friend pays tribute to Baldwin Lonsdale

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06/21/2017 at 05:42. Facebook
Australia's trust in the United States has halved since 2011 and President Donald Trump is unpopular with 60 per cent of people, but most still think the alliance is important.
Australias trust in the United States has halved since 2011 and President

Australians' trust in US is falling, poll shows

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06/21/2017 at 01:20. Facebook
"I just managed. Luckily I had a friend and he let me use his towel after he'd finished with it."
I just managed Luckily I had a friend and he let me

Nude swimmers left hanging as Dark Mofo runs out of towels

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The Australian Federal Government will spend up to $200 million moving classified government information out of Sydney data centre, because a Chinese consortium bought a major stake in the company.
The Australian Federal Government will spend up to 200 million moving classified

Defence to move secret files out of data hub after Chinese buy-in

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Otto Warmbier, a US student freed from North Korea last week, has died, a statement from his family says.
Otto Warmbier a US student freed from North Korea last week has

US student freed from North Korea dies

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Father Lonsdale who was 67, gained the respect of the region for his handling of the corruption scandal that shook Vanuatu in 2015, and in calling for international help when Cyclone Pam devastated his country earlier that year.
Father Lonsdale who was 67 gained the respect of the region for

Vanuatu leaders pay respects to President Baldwin Lonsdale

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Australian tourists are unwittingly eating dog meat in Bali, according to evidence provided to the ABC's 7.30 program.
Australian tourists are unwittingly eating dog meat in Bali according to evidence

Bali dogs brutally killed, meat sold to unsuspecting tourists, investigation reveals

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The Federal Government has agreed to pay compensation to nearly 2000 asylum seekers detained on Manus Island between 2012 and 2016.
The Federal Government has agreed to pay compensation to nearly 2000 asylum

Commonwealth agrees to pay Manus Island detainees compensation

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Scientists say the mud from Lake Emaotul contains records of droughts, cyclones and volcanic eruptions from the past 2000 years.
Scientists say the mud from Lake Emaotul contains records of droughts cyclones

Charting Vanuatu's climate history through mud at Lake Emaotul

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The PNG Hunters have impressed in the Queensland Cup this year and few will doubt they've earned the top spot on the ladder.

We're just over the halfway mark of the season, can they keep the momentum going?
The PNG Hunters have impressed in the Queensland Cup this year and

PNG Hunters still leading the Intrust Super Cup ladder

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James Comey's conclusions and observations are based on instinct and an ingrained sense of protocol gained during a long career as a public servant, Zoe Daniel writes.
James Comeys conclusions and observations are based on instinct and an ingrained

Analysis: Instinct and protocol come up against Trump's White House

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In 2000, Olympian Cathy Freeman secured her status as an Australian legend. Fast forward 17 years and she is celebrating a rather different kind of success.
In 2000 Olympian Cathy Freeman secured her status as an Australian legend

Cathy Freeman on finding meaning and success in life after sport

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"The sea indeed belongs to all of us. Improving the health of our oceans is a test for multilateralism, and we cannot afford to fail" - UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres

Pacific island nations lead the way at the UN Ocean Conference on #WorldOceansDay

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Sara Zelenak is identified as the second Australian to have died during the weekend terror attacks in London.
Sara Zelenak is identified as the second Australian to have died during

Sara Zelenak identified as second Australian victim of London attacks

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The struggles that Pacific nations face tackling rising sea levels have been at the forefront at the UN Oceans conference, especially in light of Donald Trump's announcement that he will be pulling America out its commitments under the Paris Climate Agreement.

Elizabeth Wilson, director of international conservation for The Pew Charitable Trusts, says its clear that Pacific Island leaders,...
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