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The six worst handshakes revealed
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Ford Motor heir dies at 88
WILLIAM Clay Ford, the last surviving grandchild of automotive pioneer Henry Ford, has died aged 88.
What it costs to put a plane in the air
WITH debate raging over the profitability of Australia’s airlines we look at the everyday operating costs of domestic and international services.
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RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know today
A FORMER porn star and drug addict has come to the aid of two teenage girls accused of punching, kicking and spitting on a 77-year-old Queensland pensioner.
Missing plane: Terror plot or accident?
NO emergency signals. No confirmed wreckage. Malaysian authorities are ‘ruling out nothing’ in their search for flight MH370 and its 239 passengers.
Shots fired: Russia ‘takes down’ Ukraine plane
THE violent standoff between Russia and the Ukraine has dramatically escalated as Ukraine claims one of its planes was shot out of the sky.
Title: Top Australian Stories
Drone used in prison smuggle attempt
A MAN has been charged after allegedly using a drone to try to smuggle drugs into a Melbourne prison.
‘No evidence’ for meat link to cancer
THE link between food and cancer is inconclusive, according to Tim Key of the University of Oxford’s cancer epidemiology unit.
Qantas sticks with cuts, sides to meet
QANTAS is proceeding with thousands of layoffs despite a union challenge to its corporate overhaul.
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