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Fly-in, fly-out mine worker mauled by dingoes in Western Australia

Fly-in, fly-out mine worker mauled by dingoes in Western Australia

A fly-in fly-out worker at a WA gold and copper mine has been attacked by three dingoes, leaving her with deep wounds.

    Opinion & Perspectives

    My Health Record: the case for opting in

    Granted, it began with a bumpy start, but there are plenty of advantages in my opinion.

    Jim Gillespie

      Amazon in Australia: Are we seeing Starbucks, redux?

      Is Amazon — like Starbucks — another example of a foreign brand failing to understand the Australian market? Or will it bounce back?

      John McDuling
        John McDuling

        Why I'm switching from Mac to Windows after almost 10 years

        Microsoft's smart updates and attractive, powerful machines have given it an edge over the iOS-obsessed Apple.

        Krishan Sharma
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          Politics

          Weekend Washup: 'Nothing to see here' as MPs in foreign allegiance crosshairs

          Weekend Washup: 'Nothing to see here' as MPs in foreign allegiance crosshairs

          WA's politicians will be searching their consciences this weekend wondering if they've fallen foul of the state constitution's "foreign allegiance" test.

          • by Nathan Hondros
          WA Attorney General: 'Dual citizenship' not a problem for state pollies

          WA Attorney General: 'Dual citizenship' not a problem for state pollies

          A Murdoch Uni law expert says the federal 'dual citizenship' crisis could spread to State Parliament because of a little known section of WA's constitution.

          • by Nathan Hondros

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