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New Zealanders continue to return home in strong numbers

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New Zealanders continue to return home in strong numbers


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The details of Tigerair’s $1 domestic return flights sale

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The details of Tigerair’s $1 domestic return flights sale


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Horrific Gordon Hayward injury in NBA season opener

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Horrific Gordon Hayward injury in NBA season opener


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Man shot in groin, cars set alight in Canberra's south overnight

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Man shot in groin, cars set alight in Canberra's south overnight


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'You are complicit': son of Caruana Galizia blames Malta's leaders for her murder

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'You are complicit': son of Caruana Galizia blames Malta's leaders for her murder


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‘Very intense’: Lisa’s husband discusses Today exit

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  • New Zealanders continue to return home in strong numbers
    New Zealanders continue to return home in strong numbers

    , news.com.au

    It is estimated there are over 500,000 New Zealanders currently living and working in Australia who historically have been drawn to Australia’s economic growth story of the last 25 years. However, in more recent years New Zealand has become a magnet not just for returning citizens but for people all over the world. In 2016, New Zealand recorded a net gain of 70,000 migrants and long term arrivals
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Politics & Government

  • Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expecting third child in April
    Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expecting third child in April

    , news.com.au

    Britain's Duchess of Cambridge danced with Paddington Bear on Monday as she returned to royal duties after suffering acute morning sickness. THE Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their third baby in April, Kensington Palace has announced. The couple was “delighted” to confirm the month their child is due to be born, a brief statement said. Kensington Palace announced Kate’s pregnancy last month, after she was forced to cancel an engagement because of extreme morning sickness
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Sports

  • Horrific Gordon Hayward injury in NBA season opener
    Horrific Gordon Hayward injury in NBA season opener

    , news.com.au

    The small forward fell awkwardly after jumping high to reach for an alley oop pass less than six minutes into the opening quarter of today’s season-opener in Cleveland when tragedy struck. He fell in a heap in the paint with his foot facing the wrong direction. The Celtics announced shortly after the 27-year-old had suffered a fractured left ankle. Hayward’s injury completely changes the picture in the Eastern Conference, where the Celtics were expected to offer the biggest challenge to the Cavaliers’ recent dominance
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Business

  • New Zealanders continue to return home in strong numbers
    New Zealanders continue to return home in strong numbers

    , news.com.au

    It is estimated there are over 500,000 New Zealanders currently living and working in Australia who historically have been drawn to Australia’s economic growth story of the last 25 years. However, in more recent years New Zealand has become a magnet not just for returning citizens but for people all over the world. In 2016, New Zealand recorded a net gain of 70,000 migrants and long term arrivals
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    Tags: Economy |  Economics | 
    Places: Oceania |  Australasia |  Australia |  Zealandia |  New Zealand | 

Family & Parenting

  • Woman weds prince she met at nightclub
    Woman weds prince she met at nightclub

    , news.com.au

    Just like Tasmanian real estate agent Mary Donaldson, Ariana Austin bagged herself a prince after meeting at a bar. The 33-year-old American wed Joel Makonnen, the great-grandson of Ethiopia’s last emperor Haile Selassie, in a lavish ceremony on September 9 in the US. reports Mr Makonnen, known as Prince Yoel, hit on Ms Austin with a cheesy pick-up line at a Washington DC nightclub in December 2005
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Society & Culture

  • Man shot in groin, cars set alight in Canberra's south overnight
    Man shot in groin, cars set alight in Canberra's south overnight

    , smh.com.au

    A man was shot in the groin and shoulder and two cars set alight in what police believe was a targeted attack overnight in Canberra's south. About 10.30pm on Tuesday, officers were called to a home in Kalgoorlie Street in Fisher where they found the man with gunshot wounds and cars ablaze on the front yard. Fire crews put out the fires and the man was taken to Canberra Hospital
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Travel & Recreation

  • Nine boss reportedly let Wilkinson go due to her 'multiple commercial contracts'
    Nine boss reportedly let Wilkinson go due to her 'multiple commercial contracts'

    , theage.com.au

    The head of Channel Nine has reportedly blamed Lisa Wilkinson's "multiple commercial contracts" for her stunning departure from the network, saying she spread herself too thin across rival media platforms whereas co-host Karl Stefanovic is wholly owned by Nine. The 57-year-old journalist was demanding "parity" with her co-anchor Karl Stefanovic, who was widely reported to have signed a $2 million per annum, three-year deal, with Nine
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Life & Style

  • Five top tips for negotiating a pay rise
    Five top tips for negotiating a pay rise

    , news.com.au

    ASKING for a pay rise is awkward, but this expert says your boss is probably just as nervous as you. Here’s how to pull it off. ASKING for a pay rise is incredibly awkward. Considering Australians are currently stuck in the lowest level of wages growth in at least two decades — with pay packets increasing an average of just 1
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Science & Nature

  • Volcanic eruptions may have contributed to war in ancient Egypt
    Volcanic eruptions may have contributed to war in ancient Egypt

    , abc.net.au

    Distant volcanic eruptions may have indirectly triggered a series of revolts by the people of ancient Egypt against their despised Ptolemaic overlords. Ancient Egypt key points Key points The Ptolemaic Dynasty, which ruled Egypt between 305-30BC, was the last ancient Egyptian empire Analysis of ice core and historical data indicated many local uprisings occurred around volcanic eruptions in the last 260 years of the dynasty This also coincided reduced flooding of the Nile river The eruptions, which took place between 305-30BC far from Egypt itself, may have altered the climate enough to reduce the annual Nile flooding
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Law & Crime

  • Grandmother charged with attempted murder over attack on baby in Brisbane home
    Grandmother charged with attempted murder over attack on baby in Brisbane home

    , abc.net.au

    Queensland police have charged a 64-year-old woman with the attempted murder of her four-month-old grandson in Brisbane's west this morning. Police said the baby was found with multiple facial injuries at a house at The Gap. The baby boy was transported to the Lady Cilento Hospital. Police said he remained in a serious condition and was undergoing surgery. Inspector Daniel Bragg said the boy and his mother were visiting from interstate
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