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Stolen plates, a man dead and a policeman charged with murder

Stolen plates, a man dead and a policeman charged with murder

Suspicions about a dinged up Hyundai ended with a man shot dead and a policeman charged with murder.  

  • by John Silvester

Opinion & Perspectives

Maurice Blackburn short changes staff $1 million

The latest casualty in the war on wage underpayment is an unlikely - and exquisitely ironic - candidate.

Adele Ferguson
    Adele Ferguson

    Where trees rain from the sky so tiger quolls might roam again

    In south-west Victoria, planes are being used to "bomb" Aboriginal land with seed balls so manna forests might grow again where quolls once roamed.

    Tony Wright

      What kind of a society do we want to be?

      A few weeks ago I took my mother and her best friend to lunch. I decided to tell them about artificial intelligence. Tears welled in Aunty Rosa's eyes. Too late, I remembered why.

      Alan Finkel
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        Red Roos disappointed after Sudanese basketball tournament cancelled

        Red Roos disappointed after Sudanese basketball tournament cancelled

        This year the South Sudanese Australian National Classic basketball tournament was cancelled - a bitter blow for a community that already feels under siege.

        • by Jewel Topsfield
        Liberal donor who sold ex-farmland for $55m in court bid for more

        Liberal donor who sold ex-farmland for $55m in court bid for more

        Land on Melbourne’s fringe rezoned for housing has seen its Liberal Party donors sell for $55 million. They are now suing VicRoads for another $25 million.

        • by Clay Lucas

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