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Popular Hyundai Santa Fe ups the ante

IF you think Australia’s breeding a generation of entitled, spoilt kids, look away now. Hyundai’s Santa Fe seven-seater is one of our bestselling family SUVs and, with the arrival of its fourth-generation effort, the young’uns have lucked in. Advanced safety gear is a win for all — see accompanying story …

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Brexiter Gove backs May’s free trade plan

One of Britain’s most vocal anti-EU cabinet ministers has publicly endorsed Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan to keep Britain in a free trade zone for goods with the EU, a sign she has so far averted a revolt against a new proposal for a soft Brexit. May unveiled the plan …

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Ex-VP gets job back in South Sudan peace

South Sudan’s former vice president Riek Machar will be reinstated in his position as part of a peace deal to end a near five-year-old war that has killed tens of thousands and devastated Africa’s youngest nation. The agreement was reached in talks held in Entebbe in Uganda mediated by President …

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English Patient voted best Booker winner

Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient has been named the greatest winner of the Man Booker Prize at an event celebrating five decades of the prestigious literary award. The Canadian writer’s tale of love and conflict during World War II was awarded the Golden Man Booker Prize for fiction on Sunday …

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Justin Bieber, Hailey Baldwin ‘engaged’

Singer Justin Bieber is reportedly engaged to Hailey Baldwin after weeks of dating. Following reports that the singer and the model, who have been in a relationship for around a month, became engaged in the Bahamas on Saturday night, Baldwin’s father – actor Stephen Baldwin – appeared to confirm the …

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Thailand cave rescue: How first four boys got out

THE plan was attacked as too risky, but brave rescuers forged ahead to save the first four of 12 boys trapped in a Thai cave as torrential rains hit the region. The youngsters, aged between 11 and 16, faced a dangerous and frightening journey out of the flooded Tham Luang …

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