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Australian property ‘severely unaffordable’ by global standards

Updated January 22, 2018 21:29:28 Photo: Property experts suggest that urban consolidation, and failing to build more housing in the outer fringes, is why Australian property prices have become unaffordable. (Supplied: HHA Projections/The Conversation) Related Story: Why Australians should worry about a housing crash Related Story: Six experts give their take on where the Australian…

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Graham Arnold rules himself out of Socceroos coaching job

Updated January 22, 2018 20:46:57 Photo: Graham Arnold (right) has ruled himself out of contention for the Socceroos job to focus on the rest of the A-League season with Sydney FC. (AAP: Dan Himbrechts) Related Story: Arnold reveals FFA talks about coaching Socceroos Related Story: Emotional Postecoglou quits as Socceroos coach ahead of World Cup…

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Killer whales live up to name in bloodbath off WA

Posted January 22, 2018 16:50:22 Photo: Sharks and seabirds were attracted to the kill off the coast of Bremer Bay. (Supplied: Kirsty Alexander) Related Story: Killer whales spotted preying on rare beaked whale off WA coast Related Story: Curious killer whale sends swimmers running from New Zealand beach What started as a tour like any…

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Police to conduct new search for Beaumont children at factory site

Updated January 22, 2018 17:10:38 Photo: The three Beaumont children disappeared in 1966. (Supplied) Investigators will conduct a new search for the Beaumont children at a factory site in Adelaide's south-western suburbs, South Australia police have said. The three children went missing from Glenelg beach on January 26, 1966. Police said the investigation into their…

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Lost and found photographs give rare glimpse into 1900s working class Australia

Posted January 22, 2018 14:50:32 Photo: Families were generally large, and those with many children were often the poorest. (Supplied: BHCC, Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery and the Albert Kersten Mining and Minerals Museum/James Wooler) Related Story: Poisoning, vandalism and Broken Hill's most valuable painting Related Story: Amateur photographer follows old train tracks across the…

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