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Melbourne Victory might be facing their fifth match in 15 days, but the players are all buzzing says coach Kevin Muscat, after their big win in Brisbane.
A 34-year-old who was allegedly launched a stabbing attack on a group of teenagers last week can be revealed as a postgraduate science lecturer at the University of NSW.
Advocacy groups supporting local medical cannabis development have vowed to bring the Department of Intellectual Property (DIP) to court over patenting concerns.
Authored by Eduardo Neret via Campus Reform,
University of Georgia (UGA) teaching assistant wrote Wednesday on Facebook that “some white people may have to die for black communities to be made whole in this struggle to advance to freedom.”
Military officers said at a news conference that Aung San Suu Kyi ordered security forces to launch the offensive.
Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) has widened the ceiling rate on commercial loans to small business operators to 28% in a move to prepare for expanding to digital lending.
The overhauled watering hole is only part of a wave of generational change in the town of 1500 people on the NSW south coast.
The search for the fourth missing pilot continues despite strong winds.
Kris Hallenga was diagnosed with terminal cancer, but beat the odds. Her scar is part of her body art.
A gauge of global policy uncertainty is “flashing red” according to The FT, amid anxiety on Brexit, the US government shutdown and the Sino-American trade war.
According to Deutsche Bank’s chief economist Torsten Slok, this more uncertain environmen…
The government increased fuel prices by more than double, but what is behind the sudden price increase?
The Dutch worry that part of central Amsterdam is now just a sleazy tourist trap.
The shutdown has cut off access to the electronic bank deposits that Zimbabwe’s struggling government uses to pay teachers and other public workers, as well as social media services.
The reported split follows claims of sexual abuse made against the R&B star, which he denies.
Excerpted from RollingStone.com, authored by Matt Taibbi,
While a noisy Supreme Court fight captivated America last fall, an obscure federal accounting body quietly approved a system of classified money-moving…
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Jason Van Dyke is jailed for almost seven years for killing black teenager Laquan McDonald in 2014.