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Why judges are a breed apart

Analysis: Heydon may well be completely unbiased. But many people don't think so.

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Leaving home

Refugees aboard a Mediterranean rescue boat speak about the dangers they sought to escape in Libya and their home countries.

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Neighbours tell of Perth fire horror

A police vehicle outside the site of the Doubleview fire attack.

Perth father collapses in court after being charged with grievous bodily harm for allegedly setting his three children on fire.

National

Do animals think? What do they feel?

Goldfish

'There's virtually nothing a fish can't do': Scientists studying animal intelligence are making surprising observations.

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Federal Politics

Public Service News

Public servants to go thirsty

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Public servants in Canberra have been told to buy their own office tea and coffee as the Abbott Government's cutbacks start to bite.

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7-Eleven: fraud cover-up at HQ

7-Eleven
Adele Ferguson and Sarah Danckert

A massive cover-up of employee exploitation is being run out of 7-Eleven corporate headquarters.

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Small Business

Are you nuts selling nuts?

Narelle Plapp: raising awareness of nut allergies.
Caroline James

This woman's niece died from a nut allergy and she's livid businesses are erroneously claiming products are nut-free.

Seven biggest start-up myths

Dani Lombard: Small business does not deliver work-life balance.
Caroline James

 New business owners are fed a multitude of lies. Here are some of the most common ones.

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Israeli soldier scuffles with Palestinian women

An Israeli soldier scuffles with Palestinian women and youth at a West Bank protest.

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Horror movie icon Wes Craven, best known for Nightmare on Elm Street,  has lost his battle with brain cancer, aged 76.

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Best and worst dressed 

LOS ANGELES, CA - AUGUST 30:  Host Miley Cyrus attends the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on August 30, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

It's the awards ceremony where singers have free rein to be risky and ridiculous on the red carpet. So who won?

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Proof that schools are under no illusion of how you feel about fundraising. This note sent home with a seventh grader couldn't be closer to the truth. 

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Rugby League

Why Robbie Farah deserves better

Lap of honour: Robbie Farah gestures to the crowd after the Tigers beat the New Zealand Warriors at Campbelltown Sports Stadium.
Dan Smith

I write this not claiming to be a rugby league expert. I write this as a fan, a mate and someone that's had enough of seeing something I love torn apart.

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