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Boost for Abbas as Fatah conference ends
Boost for Abbas as Fatah conference ends
World

President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah movement has concluded a special conference by cementing his rule and shutting out his key rival.

15h
Fuel prices to drop
Fuel prices to drop
Business News

The price of all grades of petrol will drop by 20 cents a litre from midnight on Tuesday.

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In Hillaryland, a real estate mogul has a list of foes
In Hillaryland, a real estate mogul has a list of foes
International

In left-leaning King County, Kemper Freeman stands out for his support of Donald Trump, and donated $100 000 to Trump's campaign.

15h
Body parts found after Indonesian plane disappears
Body parts found after Indonesian plane disappears
World

Indonesian rescuers have recovered body parts in the sea where a police plane with 13 people aboard is believed to have crashed.

16h
What Trump’s win means for working women
What Trump’s win means for working women
International

No one should be surprised women are still held to a different standard, especially in the workplace.

17h
Smith slams 164 against NZ
Smith slams 164 against NZ
World Cricket

Aussie skipper Steve Smith smashed 164, the highest ODI score at the Sydney Cricket Ground, to lead Australia to 324/8 against New Zealand.

17h
Abenomics and aging mean health-care jobs for women
Abenomics and aging mean health-care jobs for women
International

One of the most notable trends in the Japanese job market is the increase in women in the health and welfare sector.

17h
Tiger 'not quite there' but still eyes major record
Tiger 'not quite there' but still eyes major record
Golf

Tiger Woods sees daily progress in his return from a back injury layoff and hinted he is still chasing the record 18 majors.

17h
Ranieri keeps faith with misfiring Vardy
Ranieri keeps faith with misfiring Vardy
Premier League

Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri insists he still has faith in Jamie Vardy despite his Premier League goal drought stretching to three months.