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Sanjeev Gupta: Whyalla’s big announcement

WHYALLA REBIRTH: Get all the details of the plan here A radical plan to revitalize Whyalla – at the head of the floors for a massive new steel mill to sit next to the existing upgraded steel mills – has been revealed by the industrial British Sanjeev Gupta. [19659003] In a Monday morning announcement with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and …

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NSW rejects pill testing after rave death at Knockout Games of Destiny

The NSW government again rejected the possibility of testing the pill introduced at music festivals, following the death of a man over the weekend. Callum Brosnan, 19, died Sunday and three others were taken to hospital after a suspected drug overdose at the Knockout Games of Destiny at Sydney Olympic Park on Saturday night. "It's a human tragedy", NSW Premier …

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Indian Ocean Drive crash: Third person dies as road reopens

A third person died after Sunday's frontal crash on the notorious Indian Ocean Drive. A white minibus and a silver utility crashed head-on about 10 km north of Lancelin when the utility traveled the wrong way up the road. Last night the police tried to figure out why and investigate whether a third vehicle was involved in the accident – …

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Why New York is a warning for our train system

"We will see a more crowded network in the day than ever and it will be a little more fragile, so when things go wrong it will have a cascading effect more," said Dr. Clifton. [19659002] "New York is a warning to Sydney, they did not keep pace with investments as numbers grew and service quality deteriorated so much that …

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Victoria digs in heels against signing ‘flawed’ Gonski 2.0 deal

Victoria's Managing Director of Independent Schools, Michelle Green, accused the state government of playing "quickly and freely with parents". "We have urged the Victorian state government to sign because our members depend on this agreement," he said. . The federal government has previously threatened to reject billions of dollars in funding for Australian public and private schools next year if …

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