Turnbull to discuss minority government options with Katter

Turnbull to discuss minority government options with Katter

Posted July 07, 2016 00:01:01 Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is expected to fly to Queensland today to meet with re-elected federal MP Bob Katter, as the Coalition continues its discussions with crossbenchers about the possibility of forming a minority government. The Coalition has pulled ahead of Labor, with the ABC’s election computer moving the marginal Melbourne seats of Dunkley and Chisholm to the Liberal Party, taking the Coalition total to 72 seats. Labor has 66 seats, after the Queensland seat of Flynn moved from a predicted ALP gain to “in…

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Pauline Hanson hails traditional media rival controlled by media mogul Kerry Stokes

Pauline Hanson hails traditional media rival controlled by media mogul Kerry Stokes

Video will begin in 5 seconds. More video Recommended Replay video Pauline Hanson attacks ‘sensationalism’ Watch the One Nation senator elect take a swipe at the way the media has treated her since Saturday’s election. PT1M27S620349 CBD has to admit, we have been selling digital media paparazzi app Newzulu short. Don’t worry about its financial troubles, the penny-dreadful share price, or the fact that its founder – digital wunderkind Alex Hartman – is now walking away from the business. Newzulu has finally received the celebrity endorsement it needs to really…

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How will Russia's ban affect Rio 2016 medal table?

How will Russia's ban affect Rio 2016 medal table?

The All-Russia Athletic Federation has filed an appeal hoping to reinstate 68 athletes, claiming each is clean and has met the Olympic qualifying standard. The Court of Arbitration for Sport is expected to announce its decision on July 21. If the ban is fully upheld, data company Gracenote says Russia’s predicted Rio medal tally will drop by six — making it more likely that Great Britain could overhaul the Russians for third place in the medal table. Gracenote’s “Virtual Medal Table” uses weighted results from the past four years of…

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How to fix these annoying Apple features

How to fix these annoying Apple features

THERE are few things in life more annoying than the series of events that follow plugging your iPhone into a computer. The task will generally automatically launch Apple’s Photo app and iTunes, which aggravates people just wanting to charge their iPhone while they are in front of a computer. Thankfully, there are two easy tweaks to prevent iPhone users from experiencing the chaotic cross-device functionality seen every time they plug an iPhone into their computer. iTunes Hidden away in Apple iTunes is a toggle for the auto-launch feature, which users…

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Nepal says Indian police couple faked Mt Everest photos

Nepal says Indian police couple faked Mt Everest photos

Updated July 06, 2016 21:26:16 Photo: A composite shows the original (top) and edited (bottom) photos. (Facebook: Rajan Pokhrel) Related Story: Couple accused of faking Everest climb photos An Indian couple falsified photographs of themselves at the top of Mount Everest to get their feat certified by Kathmandu, Nepal says, after earlier saying the climb was valid. Key points: The couple said they reached the top of the mountain on May 23 Nepal’s tourism department initially certified the couple’s climb It is not an offence to pretend to summit Everest…

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