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Australian News - Top stories from the best sources! (Page 7)

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The Ferguson Report: John Howard’s chronic rainbowphobia (The New Daily)
Terror in our midst: How NSW and Victoria have jailed convicted terrorists (Sydney Morning Herald)
Tony Abbott created the social climate that led to his alleged assault (The New Daily)
Cocaine Cassie Pageant (news.com.au)
Dramatic end to Fremantle police chase (Daily Telegraph)
Explosion Disrupts Jewish New Year Celebrations in Ukraine. Credit – Radio Free (Daily Telegraph)
Seoul Dog Meat Trade Rally Met With Counter Protest From Animal-Rights Activists. Credit (Daily Telegraph)
Maternity hospital needs ICU: AMA (Perth Now)
Ticky Smart Technology (Daily Telegraph)
Nebraska Police Pay Tribute to Service Horse With Retirement Treats. Credit – Omaha (Daily Telegraph)
Man acquitted of murder over bike theft (9News)
Airstrikes Put Syria Civil Defense Base in Khan Shaykhun Out of Action. Credit – Syria (news.com.au)
Aussie veterans go for gold at Invictus Games in honour of mates lost (9News)
Sentence cut for punching man with sword (Perth Now)
Seoul Dog Meat Trade Rally Met With Counter Protest From Animal-Rights Activists. Credit (news.com.au)
Farmers Block Champs Elysees Over Fears of ‘Unfair’ Competition From Imports. Credit (Daily Telegraph)
Ticky Smart Technology (news.com.au)
Explosion Disrupts Jewish New Year Celebrations in Ukraine. Credit – Radio Free (news.com.au)
Travel warning issued for Bali (Daily Telegraph)
Anti-Duterte Protesters Sing Filipino Version of Do You Hear the People Sing? Credit – (Daily Telegraph)
NRL live: Broncos try to take down top-ranked Storm in grand final qualifier (ABC)
AFL live: Crows and Cats face off in preliminary final action (ABC)
Roberts a UK citizen by descent: High Court (Daily Telegraph)
Qantas flights diverted over winds (Daily Telegraph)
Polls indicate a close result in NZ election (news.com.au)
Nebraska Police Pay Tribute to Service Horse With Retirement Treats. Credit – Omaha (news.com.au)
Photos of the week (Sydney Morning Herald)
‘Don’t mess with me’: Pauline Hanson stages visit to shooting range (9News)
From schnitty to sushi – clubs of the future target a new generation (9News)
High Court deals One Nation’s Malcolm Roberts a huge blow in citizenship case (The New Daily)
Bidder buys unseen mansion on spot (Daily Telegraph)
Melbourne Window Cleaners Rescued From Failed Gantry. Credit – Melbourne Fire Brigade (Daily Telegraph)
Anyone up for aeroplane karaoke? (Perth Now)
One-year-old boy missing from Queensland (9News)
Farmers Block Champs Elysees Over Fears of ‘Unfair’ Competition From Imports. Credit (news.com.au)
High-rise horror as window washers dangle metres above ground after platform malfunctions (SBS)
ABS to visit 200 remote communities to gather marriage surveys (ABC)
One Nation’s two-nation Senator (Daily Telegraph)
Anti-Duterte Protesters Sing Filipino Version of Do You Hear the People Sing? Credit – (news.com.au)
Same-sex marriage argument shows our political debate is captured by the fringe (ABC)
Claims smokestacks will pollute air around more than one hundred schools (9News)
Royal gets caught in M1 traffic jam (Gold Coast Bulletin)
Malcolm Roberts ruled a dual citizen (Daily Telegraph)
US Coast Guard and Royal Navy Rescue Three People From Vessel After Hurricane Maria. (Daily Telegraph)
Roberts a UK citizen by descent: High Court (news.com.au)
Defence force may seek right to discriminate on sex after gender-neutral cadet enrolled (The Guardian)
Elton John voices support for same-sex marriage in Australia amid national vote (The Guardian)
Teen charged over blackmail and rape (Perth Now)
Court rules One Nation senator British (SBS)
Malcolm Roberts was dual British and Australian citizen when nominated, judge rules (The Guardian)