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  1. London attacker was 52-year old British man with a criminal history, previously investigated by MI5

    03.23 / 17:49 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Your personally curated news with six things you need to know before you get…
  2. Strike at BHP's Escondida copper mine in Chile to end this weekend

    03.23 / 16:36 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    The strike at Escondida will end after workers decided to invoke a provision that allows them to extend their old…
  3. London attack: Westminster attacker identified as British-born Khalid Masood

    03.23 / 16:01 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    The Westminster attacker was British-born and previously investigated by Britain's spy agency MI5 "some years ago" for violent extremism, Prime Minister Theresa May has…
  4. Israeli teen arrested over bomb threats against Jewish centres in Australia, US

    03.23 / 13:42 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    A man has been arrested in Israel on suspicion of making bomb threats against Jewish community centres in Australia, the United States and New…
  5. The Clean Comedy Spectacular - taking the dirty stuff out of comedy

    03.23 / 12:45 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    It's an equation that could spell disaster for a stand up comic - performing comedy to a sober audience, in the light of day, where swearing and any dirty topics are completely off…
  6. Richmond v Carlton: A night of dreams fulfilled and shattered

    03.23 / 12:45 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    On night one of the new season, it doesn't really matter who is playing, only that after the long phoney war, someone is. Richmond and Carlton it has become, because they are notionally grand rivals. But they haven't really been contemporaneous contenders since Kevin Bartlett's heyday, and he is now 70 and newly cast in bronze at the MCG. Nonetheless, more than 73,000 came for their…
  7. Man charged with murder 47 years after Cheryl Grimmer vanished in cold case

    03.23 / 12:09 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    A man has been charged with murder 47 years after a toddler disappeared from a Wollongong beach while on a day out with her…
  8. London attack: Police make multiple arrests after conducting six raids

    03.23 / 11:16 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    British police have made seven arrests and searched six addresses after an attack near parliament which left five people dead and 29…
  9. Where there's smoke, there's art: Blu Art Xinja's guerilla artwork to stay

    03.23 / 10:39 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Queensland Rail has embraced a piece of illegal guerilla art, one of several blue pieces that have sprung up mysteriously throughout…
  10. 'Dramatic' weight-loss possible without counting calories, study finds

    03.23 / 10:39 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    A new weight-loss study has found that significant results can be achieved without counting a single…
  11. Fresh 2011 floods legal claim could delay class action for 6800 seeking damages

    03.23 / 10:20 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    The Brisbane man who lodged the second class action says he lost $3 million on his Ipswich riverside properties and $15 million in development profits on a riverside development…
  12. Victoria fills up as the rest of the nation - including Sydneysiders - moves in

    03.23 / 10:03 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    In the last 12 months 82,800 Australians have moved to Victoria from interstate, around 500 carloads a…
  13. Paramedics rush to skydiving incident south of Perth

    03.23 / 09:52 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    The RAC Rescue helicopter has been sent to a skydiving incident near York on Wednesday…
  14. London attack: Australian resident Trish Neis-Beer among the injured

    03.23 / 09:40 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    A woman from South Australia is among the injured in the London terror attack, parliament has been…
  15. Geelong coach Chris Scott says Jimmy Bartel didn't handle final year perfectly

    03.23 / 09:27 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Geelong coach Chris Scott has suggested that club great Jimmy Bartel did not handle contract negotiations perfectly during his final year at the…
  16. Tracey Moffatt's Venice Biennale entry is a hellish work

    03.23 / 09:18 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
     Artist Tracey Moffatt describes her bucolic studio surrounded by national park as her temple. But inside hell …
  17. Des Hasler contract saga won't destabilise Canterbury, insists Bulldogs statesman George Peponis

    03.23 / 08:58 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Fairfax Media has learnt that there is unlikely to be a final decision made on a contract extension for the Canterbury coach for another eight…
  18. 'Just crazy': Twin blasts for Turnbull government over energy and climate policy

    03.23 / 08:58 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Two resignations from the board of the Climate Change Authority come with criticism of the Turnbull…
  19. Lecturer's sex offences trial hears of implied message at plagiarism meeting

    03.23 / 08:41 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    The student says she tried to tell herself her lecturer was being kind when he took her hands in his as they discussed her…
  20. Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign confirmed for Everest slot

    03.23 / 08:35 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Scott Darby will sign an agreement with a Chinese consortium for Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign to represent their slot in the Everest on…