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Budget takes $2.1BILLION hit as droughts and bushfires take toll alongside sluggish global economy 15 Dec 2019, 10:38pm Budget takes $2.1BILLION hit as droughts and bushfires take toll alongside sluggish global economy
Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has cut the forecast for the 2019/20 budget surplus to $5 billion in his mid-year update. Treasury experts are also worried about the drought and bushfires.
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Moment black teacher tells cheering students to boycott Manhattan high school over racism incident 15 Dec 2019, 10:14pm Moment black teacher tells cheering students to boycott Manhattan high school over racism incident
The teacher, identified only as 'Mr Green', instructed students to boycott during a protest on Beacon High School's campus in New York City on Friday, as seen in social media video.
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Budget Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook predicts narrower surplus, falling revenue from drought 15 Dec 2019, 10:08pm Budget Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook predicts narrower surplus, falling revenue from drought
The worst drought in living memory could push the Australian economy into a recession for the first time since 1991. Treasury's Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook fears farm production will dive.
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Tory MPs flood into London ahead of their first day of work at the Houses of Parliament 15 Dec 2019, 9:57pm Tory MPs flood into London ahead of their first day of work at the Houses of Parliament
An incredible 109 new Tory MPs are readying themselves for their first day in Parliament today after Thursday's blue tsunami saw voters backing Boris Johnson to 'Get Brexit Done'.
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Horrific moment armed robbers shoot a British father dead and injure his stepson in Argentina 15 Dec 2019, 9:30pm Horrific moment armed robbers shoot a British father dead and injure his stepson in Argentina
Named locally as Matthew Charles Gibbard, 50, and Stefan Joshua Zone, 28, the pair were ambushed by motorbike-riding thugs outside the Faena Art Hotel in Buenos Aires on Saturday morning.
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54,000 evacuate Italian city as experts diffuse British WWII bomb 15 Dec 2019, 9:18pm 54,000 evacuate Italian city as experts diffuse British WWII bomb
Nearly two-thirds of Brindisi's residents - including 217 prisoners - have left a mile-wide blast radius, gas pipes within a half-mile have been cut off and even some air traffic has been suspended.
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Warning over Christmas tree lights as Which? testing finds almost half from online cause fire 15 Dec 2019, 7:12pm Warning over Christmas tree lights as Which? testing finds almost half from online cause fire
Shoppers across the UK are being warned about the dangers of buying Christmas tree lights online, as a Which? probe reveals almost half of the products tested could cause a fire.
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Tory MPs flood into London ahead of their first day of work at the Houses of Parliament tomorrow 15 Dec 2019, 5:30pm Tory MPs flood into London ahead of their first day of work at the Houses of Parliament tomorrow
An incredible 109 new Tory MPs are readying themselves for their first day in Parliament tomorrow after Thursday's blue tsunami saw voters backing Boris Johnson to 'Get Brexit Done'.
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Willow, 10, becomes first girl scout to collect all 57 beaver and cub badges 15 Dec 2019, 5:14pm Willow, 10, becomes first girl scout to collect all 57 beaver and cub badges
Willow Woolhouse, ten, completed every activity badge possible when she was in the beavers, and last week received her final cub achievement. In all she has collected 57 badges.
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Police arrest boy, 14, on suspicion of murder after a 17-year-old was stabbed to death in Bristol 15 Dec 2019, 4:27pm Police arrest boy, 14, on suspicion of murder after a 17-year-old was stabbed to death in Bristol
A 17-year-old boy, named locally as Tyrone Hayman, was stabbed on Mansfield Street in Bristol last night. A 14-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of murder by Somerset and Avon police.
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Bus is set on fire and police fire tear gas at protesters in New Delhi 15 Dec 2019, 2:18pm Bus is set on fire and police fire tear gas at protesters in New Delhi
Demonstrators set fire to tyres, staged sit-ins on highways and railway tracks, and torched trains and buses, with riot police brought in to disperse protesters in New Delhi, India.
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Academics warn allowing people to self-identify gender on 2021 census will make it unreliable  15 Dec 2019, 2:10pm Academics warn allowing people to self-identify gender on 2021 census will make it unreliable 
Dozens of academics have signed a letter in which they claim that allowing people to pick their gender could lead to inaccuracy in UK crime statistics.
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One British tourist is shot dead in Argentina 15 Dec 2019, 11:23am One British tourist is shot dead in Argentina
Matthew Gibbard, 50, was gunned down by motorbike-riding thugs who ambushed the tourist and his 28-year-old stepson Stefan.
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Housing bosses ban families from hanging Christmas wreaths on their front doors 15 Dec 2019, 11:20am Housing bosses ban families from hanging Christmas wreaths on their front doors
Radian Homes has been accused of 'killing the spirit of Christmas' after introducing a ban on wreaths for thousands of families in Southampton, Hampshire, as they could 'impede evacuation'.
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More than 100 divers dressed as Father Christmas brave December chill to leap into lake for charity 15 Dec 2019, 10:46am More than 100 divers dressed as Father Christmas brave December chill to leap into lake for charity
The annual festive dive took place earlier today at the Vobster Quay Inland Diving Centre in Radstock, Somerset. The world record-holding Santa Splash previously got 161 divers into the water.
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BBC spends £200 a day chauffeuring Breakfast host Dan Walker from his Sheffield home 15 Dec 2019, 10:37am BBC spends £200 a day chauffeuring Breakfast host Dan Walker from his Sheffield home
Dan Walker, 42, gets the luxury service from his front door in Sheffield to the Salford studios, Manchester, and back at a cost to the licence-fee payer of £30,000 a year, according to a BBC source
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Driver accidentally blows up his car by lighting cigarette after dousing interior with air freshener 15 Dec 2019, 8:03am Driver accidentally blows up his car by lighting cigarette after dousing interior with air freshener
The unnamed young man had been parked in Halifax, West Yorkshire, when he sprayed the inside of his car with the aerosol deodoriser. He then lit a cigarette with the windows still closed.
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Princess Beatrice gets her wedding date at last 15 Dec 2019, 7:47am Updated Princess Beatrice gets her wedding date at last
Her Majesty says that Beatrice and her fiance Edo Mapelli Mozzi can reveal details about their big day in the New Year, writes CHARLOTTE GRIFFITHS.
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Phillip Schofield hits back at rumours of a feud with This Morning co-star Holly Willoughby 15 Dec 2019, 5:10am Updated Phillip Schofield hits back at rumours of a feud with This Morning co-star Holly Willoughby
Asked about speculation of tensions with Miss Willoughby and others, the 57-year-old said: 'Can you imagine a feud between us ever happening? It's not as if we have to defend anything.'
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BBC storm as star of its top Christmas show trolls Laura Kuenssberg on Twitter at 2am  15 Dec 2019, 4:33am Updated BBC storm as star of its top Christmas show trolls Laura Kuenssberg on Twitter at 2am 
Gavin And Stacey star Mathew Horne's comments came after weeks of vitriol aimed at the BBC's political editor by Labour supporters, who claim the campaign coverage was biased.
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Red Len McLuskey and his friend Karie Murphy are accused of turning on leader 15 Dec 2019, 4:22am Updated Red Len McLuskey and his friend Karie Murphy are accused of turning on leader
Labour's post-Election civil war escalated last night as Jeremy Corbyn's former top aide, Karie Murphy, was accused of trying to blame him personally for the party's historic defeat.
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30 royally ridiculous lies that make The Crown a travesty of the truth 15 Dec 2019, 3:34am Updated 30 royally ridiculous lies that make The Crown a travesty of the truth
Despite the critical acclaim, there's a host of jarring falsehoods in The Crown - as CLAUDIA JOSEPH and HUGO VICKERS reveal in this definitive investigation of the Netflix hit's 'facts'
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Breast cancer could soon be beaten in a week 15 Dec 2019, 3:13am Updated Breast cancer could soon be beaten in a week
Among announcements made at a major breast cancer conference last week were a blood DNA test that could mean no chemo - and a ten-day treatment of targeted tumour-blasting X-rays.
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