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Swedish Prime Minister denounces neo-Nazis, promises protection for Jews

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Times Ireland makes staff redundant amid reorganisation

Staff at the Times Ireland edition have been made redundant as the title moves ahead with a major reorganisation.
Just three staff positions are being retained, with current employees being invited to reapply for these roles.
The paper employed around 20 pe…
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Iran’s reach puts U.S. forces, allies in striking range

BAGHDAD/DUBAI/KABUL – Threats of conflict between the United States and Iran have highlighted the places and ways their forces, proxies or allies could clash.
Iran backs militias in Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan, where U.S. troops are also based, and in Leban…
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Economists warn Coalition’s first home buyer deposit scheme is ‘irrelevant’

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May 21, 2019 19:33:13
The Government’s first home loan deposit scheme is risky for first home buyers and unlikely to boost home ownership, some economists say.
KEY POINTS:
For up to 10,000 people, the Government will guarantee the additional amo…
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This severely injured woman says she’s trapped in her own workers compensation

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May 21, 2019 19:24:26
Someone had messed up. Marianna Kinsey’s work material was normally shipped ahead to interstate work conferences. But not this time.
Key points:
The NSW workers compensation scheme does not allow people to take a lump sum p…
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Clive Palmer says big election spend ‘more effective’ than charity donations

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May 21, 2019 19:11:55
Businessman Clive Palmer says his federal election advertising spending of about $55 million was a better use of his fortune than donating to charity.
Clive Palmer says blocking Labor’s proposed tax policies was of benefit t…
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‘We want to see Adani given a fair go’: Mayor says mine must go ahead after election

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May 21, 2019 18:53:40
Adani must get a “fair go” and be allowed to open up the Galilee Basin for “jobs to flow” in the central Queensland region, Rockhampton Mayor Margaret Strelow says.
Key points:
The Queensland Resources Council says the feder…
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Irish property market at risk of new boom to bust cycle, OECD warns

The Irish property market remains vulnerable to rapid changes in prices and the influx of foreign investors could create a new source of risk, according to the latest economic outlook from the OECD. It warns that property prices here could surge again, laying…
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Accused Christchurch shooter Brenton Tarrant facing new charges

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May 21, 2019 15:01:54
More charges have been laid against the Australian man accused of the Christchurch terrorist attacks.
New Zealand police charged Brenton Harrison Tarrant with one count of engaging in a terrorist act.
An additional murder ch…
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Bank regulator loosens lending rules, ‘will help some borrowers access a mortgage’

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May 21, 2019 14:42:30
Australians will be able to get a bigger mortgage if Australia’s prudential regulator goes ahead with a plan to loosen requirements for banks to use a minimum 7 per cent interest rate when assessing borrowers’ ability to servi…
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