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Deadly floods hit southwest France

AT LEAST 11 people died when violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwest France on Monday, prompting some of the deadliest flooding in years, officials said. The equivalent of three months rainfall was dumped overnight in the region of Carcassonne in just a few hours, sending rivers over …

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The West Puzzle Quest: 16-22 October

The PuzzlerThe West Australian Monday, 15 October 2018 1:42PM Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon All the pieces come together in the new The West Puzzle Quest liftout. The West Puzzle Quest is free with your paper every week on the specified puzzle day; The West Australian – Tuesdays South Western …

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Police investigate head-on crash on Bussell Highway

Kate FieldingSouth Western Times Monday, 15 October 2018 2:22PM Camera IconA young woman remains in hospital following a head-on collision near Stratham on Saturday night.Picture: Graphic / South Western Times Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon South West police are investigating a terrifying head-on crash that occurred on Bussell Highway on …

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LNP leader defends Qld MPs’ $45,000 trip

A $45,000 trip to Western Australia for five Queensland opposition MPs and their wives was an acceptable use of taxpayer’s money, state Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington insists. Gold Coast MPs John-Paul Langbroek and Ray Stevens, Toowoomba North’s Trevor Watts, Gympie’s Tony Perrett and Lockyer’s Ian Rickuss all spent up to …

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Fill in a form for your chance to win new ride-on mower

Staff reportersAlbany Advertiser Monday, 15 October 2018 2:53PM Camera IconJoanne and Amity Wegner on the mower up for grabs.Picture: Laurie Benson/Picture: Laurie Benson, Laurie Benson Albany Advertiser Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon Fancy a brand new ride-on mower? Marshall Mowers and the Albany Advertiser have teamed up to give away …

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Pauline Hanson says ‘it is OK to be white’

Pauline Hanson says those who didn’t support her motion in federal parliament saying “it’s OK to be white” have sent a message that it isn’t. The One Nation leader declared “anti-white” racism is on the rise as she moved the unsuccessful motion in federal parliament on Monday. The Queensland senator …

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