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Dutton attack on government’s ‘cheap Culture War Stunt’

Prime minister Anthony Albanese Has responded to opposition leader Peter Dutton’s letter attacking the government over its handling of the voice, labelling the move a “cheap culture war stunt”.

Even though I spoke to Peter Dutton Friday at The @McGrathFdn event, he gives a letter to multiple media outlets as “exclusive” on constitutional recognition and the Uluṟu Statement- a letter I still haven’t seen.
People are upset about cheap culture war tactics.

— Anthony Albanese (@AlboMP) January 7, 2023

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Unidentified young man remains missing from rough surf in Victoria

A father who desperately tried to rescue his son from rough surf off Victoria’s coast has been discharged from hospital while the young man remains missing.

On Sunday, police, the Air Wing, search-and-rescue teams, and the State Emergency Service assisted in searching for the North Melbourne 20 year-old.

The man vanished Gunnamatta surf beach at the Mornington Peninsula Friday night was rough for him and his 16-year old brother.

The father ran in to his sons and rescuers pulled him and the teenager out of the water. The older son…

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