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South32 to pay $1.75 illion for Arizona Mining

South32 has made a $US1.3 billion ($A1.75 billion) bid to take sole ownership of US-focused Arizona Mining. The Australian business, which already owns 17 per cent of the zinc, lead and silver miner, says the directors of Arizona Mining will unanimously recommend shareholders accept the all-cash offer. South32 chief executive, …

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Man killed after rolling car in rural WA

AAP Monday, 18 June 2018 9:46AM Camera IconOperation Unite: Police search a man at the Perth Train station after a PADD dog takes an interest in him. He was in possession of cannabis. Pic: Michael Wilson, WA News, 13th December 2013.Picture: WA News Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon A man …

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Journalists drenched at Clive Palmer’s new party launch

Clive Palmer has launched his new party under the wave of a rogue parliamentary sprinkler while fending off questions about his financial dealings. Mr Palmer, who held a seat in Parliament between 2013 and 2016 and whose self-named party held three Senate spots, this morning re-started his political career. Former …

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Boy, 11, hurt in collision with car in Shelley

The West Australian Monday, 18 June 2018 9:57AM Camera IconParamedic Darryn Kelly. St John Ambulance is one of the biggest beneficiaries of LotterywestPicture: Astrid Volzke / The West Australian. Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon An 11-year-old boy has been taken to hospital after being knocked from his bike by a …

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Derby performer out of Belmont Guineas

WATC Derby placegetter Media Baron and Arcadia Prince will both miss Saturday’s Belmont Guineas (1600m). Media Baron, who loomed as one of the major Guineas hopes after running a close second to Roganella at Belmont Park last Saturday week, has a sore foot. The Written Tycoon gelding, who also ran …

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Asylum seeker advocates rally in Canberra

Sarvenaz Almasi was cut off from the social safety net supporting her study as an Iranian refugee on the day of her university orientation in February. Her status as a refugee was approved by the Australian government in October 2017, but the loss of benefits upon receiving a Safe Haven …

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Palmer faces party registration delay

Monday, 18 June 2018 10:47AM Camera IconClive Palmer, who funded hundreds of these bright yellow billboards, is making a political comeback. Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon Businessman Clive Palmer will wait until August or September to register his new political party. Because writs have been issued for five federal by-elections, …

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