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What's making news this Thursday July 17 ... 

Police believe a lit cigarette could be to blame for a fire at a boarding house on Parramatta Road, Concord, yesterday evening.

Dozens had to be evacuated, while two men were treated in hospital for minor burns and smoke inhalation.

A 37 year old man is in critical condition in Westmead Hospital, after crashing his van into a telegraph pole along the Great Western Highway at Greystanes just after midnight.

A 19yr old man has been charged and will front court today over the bashing of a taxi driver at Constitution Hill earlier this month.

It looks like Wikileaks founder Julian Assange won't be leaving the Ecuadorian embassy in London anytime soon, with a Swedish court upholding a 2010 arrest warrant for alleged sexual assaults. 

There's been an outbreak of diarrhoea and vomiting in the Commonwealth Games Athlete's Village in Glasgow, but no Aussies have been hit by the bug.

It's Groundhog Day in Parliament! The repeal of the Carbon Tax is still plodding along in the Senate with everyone wanting to have their say.

Two major reports out today show H-I-V diagnoses in Australia remain stable at 20-year highs with nearly 27,000 Aussis living with the virus and reportedly 14% not knowing they're living with it.

Look out - the United Arab Emirates is joining the space race. They've announced they will create a space agency, with the aim of sending an unmanned probe to Mars by 2021.


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