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Gianmarco Romolo acquitted of drug importation on legal technicality

Gianmarco Romolo acquitted of drug importation on legal technicality

A chocolate cafe receipt, a fake name, emails, phone calls and CCTV footage from Sydney convenience stores linked two men to a FedEx package containing the drug ice.

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Australian military plane catches fire during US training exercise, authorities say

Australian military plane catches fire during US training exercise, authorities say

A Royal Australian Air Force plane has caught fire after aborting take-off during a training exercise at an air base in Las Vegas, authorities say.

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More than 150 people charged with drug offences at Electric Gardens and HTID

More than 150 people charged with drug offences at Electric Gardens and HTID

A 20-year-old chased down and found with 50 capsules believed to be MDMA, a 25-year-old man found with 31 pills, and a 19-year-old found with 65 tablets.

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Air New Zealand flights from the US accidentally offered for as low as $125

Air New Zealand flights from the US accidentally offered for as low as $125

The $US540 return ticket from Atlanta to Auckland seemed too good to be true.

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Consumer group Choice calling for mandatory safety standards for trampolines

Consumer group Choice calling for mandatory safety standards for trampolines

A five-year-old boy had his finger amputated after it was trapped in a trampoline, a 10-year-old girl hurt her back on a rail while playing a jumping game called "crack the egg", and a three-year-old boy fell to the ground and fractured his leg.

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Farmer Leslie White loses appeal over sexual assault of European backpacker

Farmer Leslie White loses appeal over sexual assault of European backpacker

After a 12-hour trip from Sydney to Bourke, a European backpacker got off a bus and tried to greet her new boss with a handshake. But farmer Leslie White hugged her instead.

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Retailers tap into social media following for big sales, boosting national figures

Retailers tap into social media following for big sales, boosting national figures

The die-hard tech fans camping out for the latest iPhone are usually a source of amusement for those passing by, but it's serious business.

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Makers of Nurofen ran 'misleading and deceptive' campaign against Panadol: court

Makers of Nurofen ran 'misleading and deceptive' campaign against Panadol: court

"Nurofen is better than paracetamol for common headaches," declared the advertisements placed in women's lifestyle magazines. The Federal Court has declared that claim to be misleading and deceptive, after two pharmaceutical giants went head-to-head in a two-year legal battle.

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Nurse struck off for sending Sydney patient sexually explicit photograph

Nurse struck off for sending Sydney patient sexually explicit photograph

While on night duty at Concord Hospital, nurse Edward Keegan sent an explicit photograph to his partner. Then a patient saw the photo.

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Jarryd Hayne hires NBA star Derrick Rose's attorney Mark Baute in US civil suit

Jarryd Hayne hires NBA star Derrick Rose's attorney Mark Baute in US civil suit

He's defended NBA star Derrick Rose against gang rape allegations, represented the actor Charlize Theron in a luxury watch snafu, and appeared for a Desperate Housewives actor whose character was abruptly killed off.

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New Year's Eve revellers urged to avoid party poopers

New Year's Eve revellers urged to avoid party poopers

New Years Eve traditions include watching fireworks, popping champagne, kissing at midnight, and fudging the lyrics to Auld Lang Syne. A less auspicious tradition in Sydney is being ripped off by event organisers,

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