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Breaking news this afternoon on Australia, A survivor of the Bondi Westfield attack held an emotional reunion with her protector from that event.

Oatmeal may offer an economical low-sugar alternative to this popular drink, The Feed investigates.

An individual responsible for casting the tie-breaking vote that led to same sex parenting books being removed from council libraries has defended his decision.

1. A man has been charged with the attempted shooting murder of a man outside a gym.

Australian troops are leading peacekeeping forces in the Solomon Islands and East Timor, as well as being involved in an extended conflict in Bougainville – an island province of Papua New Guinea.

Parents of Perth brothers Callum and Jake Robinson who were killed have appeared before a Mexican court following their murders, while salary details could potentially be given over to opposing lawyers.

2. A man has been charged with the attempted shooting murder of a man outside a gym.

A man has been charged with attempted murder of another outside a gym.

Labor has pledged its assistance for new gas projects under its plan to help Australia reach net-zero emissions over time.

Victorian state budget will bring relief to thousands of families through one-off payments intended to ease cost of living pressures, while the suspected perpetrator in the deaths of Perth brothers Callum and Jake Robinson has appeared before court in Mexico.

3. A man has been charged with the attempted shooting murder of a man outside a gym.

One of the few survivors from Sydney’s stabbing massacre has been reunited with her rescuer, an unsung hero who helped carry her away safely. Meanwhile, private colleges are being instructed to crack down on anti-Israel protesters while peak health bodies support government vaping reforms.

This week, watch as the’vegan underground’ attempts to free animals by any means necessary on free-to-air TV channel 35 and Nova Player app.

4. A man has been charged with the attempted shooting murder of a man outside a gym.

Police allege he fired shots into the building before firing into it to attempt murdering someone outside a gym.

Courts have heard that former Liberal staffer Chris Fanning does not have third-party financial backers for his long-running defamation case against Network Ten and journalist Lisa Wilkinson, as well as being without the money necessary to pay his lawyers, according to testimony given during a Federal Court hearing.

5. A man has been charged with the attempted shooting murder of a man outside a gym.

Parents of two Perth brothers murdered during a surf and camp trip have spoken out about their tragedy. Meanwhile, Formula 1 race car champion Charles Leclerc is enjoying success after placing in the podium in Miami Grand Prix over the weekend.

Police allege Fairfield East resident Pham was involved in the planning and coordination of Sabbagh’s murder. Following its occurrence, officers claim Pham waited outside Bankstown address for his Volkswagen Golf to arrive there.

6. A man has been charged with the attempted shooting murder of a man outside a gym.

Thylacines (Tasmanian Tigers) were declared extinct decades ago, but attempts are underway to locate one in the wild. Jon Wertheim reports from Tasmania.

Hero neighbours were recently recognized for their swift actions that saved a man from a burning home in south-east Queensland overnight. Families will get some cost-of-living relief through Western Australia’s state budget, and X-rated creators revealed what Aussie men may be getting wrong when it comes to sexuality.

7. A man has been charged with the attempted shooting murder of a man outside a gym.

Relatives of two Australian brothers who were murdered while surfing in Mexico have identified their bodies. Thought extinct decades ago, efforts are currently underway to bring it back.

Melbourne universities are cracking down on hardline student activists after Jason Clare called for them to ‘throw the book at blow-ins’. And Sydney rugby league star has something important to prove at Origin level.

8. A man has been charged with the attempted shooting murder of a man outside a gym.

The Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacine) was declared extinct decades ago, but there are now efforts underway to bring it back.

Due to rising loan repayments, more than half of Australian mortgage holders are considering selling their homes.

Parents of two Perth brothers believed to have been killed during a surfing trip in Mexico have made public statements.

9. A man has been charged with the attempted shooting murder of a man outside a gym.

A man has been charged with attempted shooting murder outside a gym.

Jake and Callum Robinson’s Australian surfers Jake and Callum Robinson died from drowning due to being assaulted by three Mexicans who have since been identified. According to Jake’s ex-partner’s testimony at their trial, this individual allegedly admitted ‘f**king up three gringos’.

Liya Barko, who survived a Bondi Westfield attack and found refuge with an unsung hero who saved her life, held an emotional reunion.

10. A man has been charged with the attempted shooting murder of a man outside a gym.

A man has been charged with the attempted shooting murder of another individual outside a gym and is scheduled to appear before the courts on Friday.

Liya Barko has experienced an emotional reunion with the Good Samaritan who helped save her from being stabbing during an attack at Bondi Westfield.

An ex-Liberal staffer won’t receive payment unless his defamation case against Ten and Lisa Wilkinson succeeds, according to a Federal Court hearing.

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