Peter Dutton insists he’s done nothing wrong

Sunrise Tuesday, 4 September 2018 6:49AM Play Video Peter Dutton insists he’s done nothing wrong Sunrise Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon The Home Affairs Minister has brushed off the prospect of a no confidence motion when parliament resumes next week

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Seafood store caught sticking googly eyes on old fish

Sunrise Tuesday, 4 September 2018 6:52AM Play Video Seafood store caught sticking googly eyes on old fish Sunrise Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon A seafood shop in Kuwait has been shut down after it was found to be sticking fake googly eyes on their fish to make them look fresh

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Indo trade deal a win for WA grain, cattle growers

WA grain growers and the northern cattle industry will be among the big winners from the recent trade agreement signed between Indonesia and Australia. Indonesia is Australia’s biggest milling wheat customer, buying 4.2 million tonnes worth an average $1.2 billion a year, of which more than half comes from WA. …

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Suncorp to hand $600m over to shareholders

AAP Tuesday, 4 September 2018 6:59AM Camera IconA sell-off of Suncorp’s Australian life insurance business will see a windfall for shareholders. Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon Suncorp shareholders are set for a windfall once the company completes the sale of its Australian life insurance business for about $725 million. Suncorp …

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Woman killed in fiery crash south of Perth

7 News Perth Tuesday, 4 September 2018 7:05AM Play Video Woman killed in fiery crash south of Perth 7 News Perth Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon A 21-year-old woman died at the scene when her Toyota Corolla burst into flames after colliding with a cleaning truck in Oakford on Monday …

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