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A bus mounts a footpath in Parramatta and hits three teenagers at a bus stop, pinning a 16-year-old girl beneath the front for over 90 minutes.Read more from ABC News
A train hits two cars after one was rear-ended by the other at a level crossing in Melbourne, leaving the cars wrecked but their drivers without major injuries.Read more from ABC News
The raid on the ABC appears to be part of a new climate in which journalists and their sources of information are treated as criminals, writes John Lyons.Read more from ABC News
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
The raid on the ABC appears to be part of a new climate in which journalists and their sources of information are treated as criminals, writes John Lyons.
If you start from the assumption that we are the terrorists, you can easily see what's happening:
the ABC journalists who two years earlier had produced stories on the activities of Australian special forces soldiers in Afghanistan between 2009 and 2013.
Can't have this terrorism exposed, now can we?
Especially not when, as in Iran and North Korea and Libya and Syria and Vietnam, the victims of our atrocities are completely innocent of the accusations we've made against them.
A lot was expected of Caleb Ewan this July. Having started his first Tour de France with ambitions of winning a stage he delivers on his promise with a fine sprint win in Toulouse.Read more from ABC News
One of the world's major oil and gas companies, Eni, starts building the Northern Territory's largest solar farm.Read more from ABC Rural
My husband had a fascinating relationship with ENI. A very interesting company story created buy a man called Enrico Mattei.
I must have bilby genes, I love peanutbutter.
The vulnerable species breeds year-round in captivity and arid zones - but a study of re-introduced populations on the Eyre Peninsula suggests that may not be the case in southern parts of Australia.Read more from ABC News
A pale king penguin spotted on Macquarie Island is sticking out from the pack due to a rare genetic mutation.Read more from ABC News
Happy Feet 3: "Don't trust Whitey".
An ambitious conservation project is bringing native animals back from the brink of extinction.Read more from ABC News