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Family wait on results after triathlete's health scare
THE family of Newcastle triathlete Aaron Royle were on tenterhooks yesterday as they awaited news from Spain, where the world under-23 champion is undergoing tests for a cyst on his left lung.
Newcastle Herald 14/06/2013
Fear is the enemy as the wages of spin flourish
Foreign workers are at the mercy of the unscrupulous.
The Age 06/06/2013
Methanol death link to bar staff
Two Indonesian bartenders are the prime suspects in the death of a young Perth man, Liam Davies, who drank methanol-laced vodka on a holiday island on New Year's Eve.
The Age 06/06/2013
Historian heads to Washington
FOR a historian and political scientist specialising in American history, it doesn't get much better than receiving an invitation for a US State Department briefing on developments in the nation's foreign policy.
Newcastle Herald 06/06/2013
Where's best to see football, and other embassy requests
British embassies were asked if they could silence a cockerel and order an unfit husband to shape up, among other "bizarre" requests for help in the past 12 months, the Foreign Office reports.
Sydney Morning Herald 17/05/2013
Australians fighting with Syria radicals
The four Australians killed in Syria's civil war since August were fighting Assad forces and not providing humanitarian aid as claimed, according to the websites of jihadist groups.
The Sunday Age 12/05/2013
A drug-fuelled past, a harem of women, armed guards, hiding from police - John McAfee isn't your usual software tycoon ...
Sydney Morning Herald 11/05/2013
US faces catch-22 over citizen imprisoned in North Korea
By sentencing a US citizen to 15 years of hard labour this week for committing hostile acts against North Korea's government, the reclusive state is forcing the US to choose between two equally distasteful options, analysts say.
The Age 04/05/2013
Four held over expat death in PNG
Port Moresby: Four men have been arrested over the death of Australian expat Robert Purdy.
The Age 02/05/2013
Australian robbed and raped in Bali
An Australian woman has been raped at knife point during a violent robbery at the villa where she was staying with family in Bali. The 28-year-old from Perth was attacked in the early hours of Saturday after being woken by an intruder who had entered her room at Villa Damais in Kerobokan. Details of the assault emerged on Monday with the woman telling police she was forced to open a safe in her room, before being raped as seven members of her family, including children, slept in adjacent rooms. ...
Sydney Morning Herald 30/04/2013
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