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WA govt computers vulnerable to threats
Computer systems at government agencies in Western Australia remain vulnerable to security threats, the Auditor-General has again concluded.

Three Melbourne murders to remain unsolved
The deaths of three Melbourne men who died at the hands of unknown assailants could forever remain unsolved.

NSW Stolen Generations lesson to continue
A controversial lesson on the Stolen Generation where students as young as 10 are duped into thinking they'll be taken away from their parents will continue, the Wollongong Catholic education office says.

Vic underworld killings may go unsolved
The murderers responsible for the deaths of two Melbourne underworld figures during a notorious gangland war may forever remain a mystery.

Dozen GST proposals from WA government
The WA government has made 12 proposals to change the GST carve-up in its submission to the Productivity Commission, including sharing revenue on an equal per capita basis to give the state about $10.5 billion over three years.

Tributes flow for Angel Flight victims
The family of a mother and daughter killed in a plane crash in South Australia has paid tribute to the pilot of the plane, who they say was a "dedicated and tireless volunteer".

Police knew of terror barricade: Council
City of Sydney Council has hit back at claims by the NSW Police Minister Troy Grant that the force was not consulted before anti-terror concrete barricades were installed in Martin Place.

July 1:pay cuts for some, rises for others
Cuts to penalty rate cuts, rises in the cost of digital products and superannuation amendments are just come of federal changes to come into effect in the new financial year.

Lives saved by Ambulance Vic overhaul
Victorian paramedics are saving thousands of extra lives after an overhaul of the response system means more critical patients are treated instead of non-urgent ones.

No case for significant rate rise: ANZ
The head of one the nation's big four banks disagrees with the "extreme view" of a former Reserve Bank board member that official interest rates could rise eight times over the next two years.