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Todays Australian News

  • Inexperienced rebels likely downed MH17 by 'mistake': US intelligence

    Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 may have been shot down by "mistake" by ill-trained pro-Russian separatists, US intelligence officials say, dismissing Moscow's accounts of the incident.

    The officials said they decided to brief reporters partly to counter what they described as misleading propaganda from Russia and its state-controlled media over the incident.

    Evidence gathered so far suggests separatists launched the SA-11 surface-to-air missile that blew up the Malaysian airliner, but it remains unclear "who pulled the trigger" and why, said a senior intelligence official who spoke on condition of anonymity.

  • Joe Hockey wanted heavier cuts in budget, book reveals

    Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey says his predecessors Peter Costello and Paul Keating have produced tougher budgets than the one he delivered in May, revealing he would have gone further if not held back by colleagues.

  • Doctors warn against health insurers paying for GP visits

    The Australian Medical Association is warning the Federal Government against moving to a system where health insurers, rather than Medicare, pay for GP visits.


Todays Australian News

  • Inexperienced rebels likely downed MH17 by 'mistake': US intelligence

    Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 may have been shot down by "mistake" by ill-trained pro-Russian separatists, US intelligence officials say, dismissing Moscow's accounts of the incident.

    The officials said they decided to brief reporters partly to counter what they described as misleading propaganda from Russia and its state-controlled media over the incident.

    Evidence gathered so far suggests separatists launched the SA-11 surface-to-air missile that blew up the Malaysian airliner, but it remains unclear "who pulled the trigger" and why, said a senior intelligence official who spoke on condition of anonymity.

  • Joe Hockey wanted heavier cuts in budget, book reveals

    Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey says his predecessors Peter Costello and Paul Keating have produced tougher budgets than the one he delivered in May, revealing he would have gone further if not held back by colleagues.

  • Doctors warn against health insurers paying for GP visits

    The Australian Medical Association is warning the Federal Government against moving to a system where health insurers, rather than Medicare, pay for GP visits.

  • High Court's full bench to hear asylum seeker challenge

    A legal fight over 157 asylum seekers detained at sea will be heard by the full bench of the High Court.

  • Indonesian elections: Losing candidate Prabowo Subianto to challenge Joko 'Jokowi' Widodo's election win
    The losing candidate in Indonesia's presidential election, ex-general Prabowo Subianto, is to challenge the result in the Constitutional Court.
  • Five arrested for mass murder on migrant boat

    Italian police have arrested five men on suspicion of murdering and throwing overboard dozens of migrants crossing by fishing boat from Libya.

  • Scammers sell house online without owner's knowledge
    A house in Canberra's north has been sold through a South African real estate scam without the owner's knowledge.
  • McKinnon's injury 'a struggle' for Boyd: Bennett
    Newcastle coach Wayne Bennett believes the injury to Alex McKinnon may have been Darius Boyd's tipping point with depression.
  • Surveillance video shows cops 'eating hash cookies'

    Surveillance footage of a number of New South Wales and Queensland police officers allegedly consuming hash cookies has been shown in a Sydney court.

    The footage was tendered as evidence in the case against former Tweed Heads detective Shane Diehm, arising from a weekend away on the Gold Coast with serving and former police officers in August 2010.

  • Paramedic's call for back-up 'refused' before death

    A paramedic was refused back-up on the night he died during a helicopter winch rescue, an inquest has heard.

  • Robber ties up woman with phone charger, steals BMW

    A Melbourne woman was tied up with a phone charger and an electric blanket cord before being robbed of her BMW car and cash, according to Victoria Police.

    Police said the woman, in her mid-20s, was confronted in the car port of her South Yarra home by a man wearing a balaclava and a single glove at 10:15pm AEST on Tuesday night.

    The man, armed with a pair of scissors, forced his way into her connecting bedroom.

  • Inflation hits top of Reserve Bank target at 3pc
    Inflation has risen to 3 per cent, hitting the top of the Reserve Bank's target range, with key underlying measures also nearing the top of the RBA's band. The Bureau of Statistics Consumer Price Index rose 0.5 per cent in the June quarter, following a rise of 0.6 per cent in the March quarter. That left the annual headline inflation rate at 3 per cent - right in line with the typical economist forecast, but also right at the top of the Reserve Bank's preferred range of 2-3 per cent price rises.
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