Australia

On the continent of Oceania

Choirboy welcomes sentence, says Pell's appeal still hangs over him

Choirboy welcomes sentence, says Pell's appeal still hangs over him

Australia

Man who as a young choirboy was sexually abused by George Pell says he finds it hard to take any comfort from the cardinal's six-year jail sentence. 
The Sydney Morning Herald, 13 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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Hakeem Al-Araibi 'happy to be safe' after becoming Australian citizen

Hakeem Al-Araibi 'happy to be safe' after becoming Australian citizen

Australia

"I'm an Aussie now," the footballer told reporters after the ceremony in Melbourne on Tuesday.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 14 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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The Emma Husar case has done all women a favour

The Emma Husar case has done all women a favour

Australia

Publications will have to think twice about implying a woman is promiscuous, but the court transcript is dispiriting.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 15 days ago

Predicted: Local

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Do I have a drinking problem, or does everybody else?

Do I have a drinking problem, or does everybody else?

Australia

Some of you might want to pack me off to rehab right now. Others might think I’m a light drinker.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 16 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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Islamic State's last stronghold in Syria gradually crumbles

Islamic State's last stronghold in Syria gradually crumbles

Australia

Abandoned tents, vehicles and foxholes to hide from airstrikes are all that are left from evacuated parts of the Islamic State group's last shred of territory.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 17 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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Stormy Daniels loses her case against Trump

Stormy Daniels loses her case against Trump

Australia

The adult actress wanted to be released from a non-disclosure agreement, but the judge said she was already talking freely.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 18 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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Allianz Stadium demolition to go ahead after NSW government wins court battle

Allianz Stadium demolition to go ahead after NSW government wins court battle

Australia

Local Democracy Matters and Waverley Council launched legal action in an attempt to stop the demolition before the state election.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 20 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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Winx claims world record 23rd group 1 win

Winx claims world record 23rd group 1 win

Australia

Chris Waller's superstar mare Winx has won a world-record 23rd group 1 after chasing down Happy Clapper to take a fourth Chipping Norton Stakes at Randwick.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 24 days ago

Predicted: Sports

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The harder they fall: Nicola Gobbo, from gangland lawyer to family outcast

The harder they fall: Nicola Gobbo, from gangland lawyer to family outcast

Australia

The name Gobbo opens doors in Melbourne. It doesn’t stand against a Baillieu or a Myer in this city where old money rules, but it carries a rare clout, never more so than in the legal world, where generations of the family have made their mark.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 25 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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'Incredibly emotional': Maggie Beer to sell eponymous food business

'Incredibly emotional': Maggie Beer to sell eponymous food business

Australia

After working up to 70 hours a week, the self-confessed 'control freak' says she finally feels ready to let go.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 26 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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