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    Liam Gallagher's Melbourne show ended mid-song over fear of $250k curfew fine, promoter says
     12 December 2019
    The former Oasis frontman had his sound cut at 11:00pm, making a lie of his earlier assertion that "there's no curfews for rock and roll".
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    UK election: Here are all the weird traditions, exit polls and voting blocs that will determine the winner
    12 Dec: Voters in the United Kingdom go to the polls today in what's been called the most significant election in a generation. The ABC's chief election analyst Antony Green looks at how the count will unfold.... more
    New Zealand White Island volcano burns victims need '120 square metres of skin' for grafts
    12 Dec: With survivors of the New Zealand eruption facing "severe, disfiguring burns", hospitals are seeking out artificial and donated skin.... more
    Here's when we'll know UK election results and what happens with Brexit if Boris Johnson wins
    12 Dec: Here are the key times you need to know as we await an outcome from the UK election.... more
    Australia needs to triple renewable energy plants by 2040 to replace coal power plants set to close
    12 Dec: To offset the decline of coal-powered energy, Australia will need to build dozens of new energy projects and upgrade the electricity transmission network, the energy market operator says.... more
    Aung San Suu Kyi denies genocide, says Rohingya Muslims caught up in armed internal conflict
    12 Dec: Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi launches a staunch defence of her country's military, denying accusations of genocide against its minority Muslim Rohingya community at the International Court of Justice in The Hague.... more
    New Zealand's Whakaari/White Island victims are all covered by state compensation. Here's why
    12 Dec: In New Zealand, people injured in anything from workplace accidents to terrorist incidents and natural disasters can apply for compensation from a government body. But is the no-fault scheme exposing people to greater levels of risk?... more
    UK election is the continuation — not the end — of this toxic chapter of British politics and history
    12 Dec: With the task of negotiating the Brexit labyrinth barely having begun, I fear this election will be the end of little and only the start of a further incoherent, toxic and unedifying period in British politics and history, writes Nick Rowley.... more
    Bougainville votes overwhelmingly for independence from Papua New Guinea in landmark referendum
    12 Dec: Bougainville votes with more than 97 per cent in favour of independence from Papua New Guinea in an important post-conflict referendum.... more
    New Zealand White Island volcano tour leader who rescued victims praised as 'superhuman'
    12 Dec: A friend has paid tribute to Paul Kingi for returning to the disaster site and battling toxic conditions to help survivors escape.... more

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