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RT @shelbygrad: 10 years ago, the Station Fire broke out. We’ve seen a lot of fires, but I don’t think LA has seen anything quite like that. As this iconic @GenaroMolina47 photo shows: https://t.co/QBoKrLLsd9


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Tour Championship: Fans injured by lightning strike at PGA Tour finale


Four people are injured as lightning strikes hit a tree at the season-ending Tour Championship in Atlanta.

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Southall murder: Man stabbed to death in west London


A man is arrested on suspicion of murder and is in hospital being treated for minor injuries.

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Newspaper review: Boris Johnson talks to Donald Trump and ‘threatens’ EU


Sunday’s papers look ahead to Boris Johnson’s meeting with the US and European Council presidents.

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Fury and fear: Mark McGowan’s worst nightmare unfolds at ALP state conference


Booing, heckling, walkouts, a tearful apology and a boycott of a keynote speech by a sitting premier — the WA ALP’s state conference descended into chaos within minutes, and as Jacob Kagi writes, the party’s woes appear far from over.

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‘Trying to do something good’: Why this ‘street doctor’ runs a surgery on wheels


If you haven’t got a place to sleep, or food to eat, going to the doctor is likely to be low on the priority list. But in Melbourne, there’s currently a glimmer of hope for those needing to see a GP.

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Meat and dairy guidelines have changed. What and how much should we now eat?


New guidelines recommended full-fat dairy, more eggs and less meat. But what about the other key food groups?

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A gold medal, then back to school — the world was different for Australia’s youngest swimming star


At just 14, Elizabeth Edmondson became the youngest Australian to claim an individual gold medal for swimming at either an Olympics or Paralympics — 55 years later she is finally getting recognised for her achievement.

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When health services fail foreign students, Suresh Rajan has to help fly the bodies back home


Ethnic communities in WA say deaths can be avoided if the Government commits to a culturally appropriate mental health service, to assist migrant communities deal with some of the severe trauma they have experienced.

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Has an astronaut committed the first space crime?


NASA is reportedly investigating a claim that an astronaut accessed the bank account of her estranged spouse from the International Space Station, in what could be the first allegation of a crime committed in space.

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