Multiple fatalities, including children, in Florida shooting

A man has shot and killed his daughter and six grandchildren in the small north Florida town of Bell, in what authorities have called a murder-suicide, according to media reports.
A man has shot and killed his daughter and six grandchildren in the small north Florida town of Bell, in what authorities have called a murder-suicide, according to media reports.
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A HOLSTEIN was handed the highest honour at the Royal Melbourne Dairy Show yesterday, with judge Keith Dorries, Queensland, saying she “epitomised” the modern dairy cow. A HOLSTEIN was handed the highest honour at the Royal Melbourne Dairy Show yesterday, with judge Keith Dorries, Queensland, saying she “epitomised” the modern dairy cow.
PLANS by a senior government senator to review all agricultural levies are counterproductive, says a leading Tasmanian cropper.
PLANS by a senior government senator to review all agricultural levies are counterproductive, says a leading Tasmanian cropper.
FOR a long time the Australian dairy industry has suffered from an image problem due to the lasting effects of a decade-long drought and a Government that backed mining – not agriculture. But is the country’s dairy sector now being viewed as an attractive investment destination? FOR a long time the Australian dairy industry has suffered from an image problem due to the lasting effects of a decade-long drought and a Government that backed mining – not agriculture. But is the country’s dairy sector now being viewed as an attractive investment destination?
SENATOR Sean Edwards says beet western yellow virus has “blindsided” croppers, but a potential solution is being stifled by political gamesmanship. SENATOR Sean Edwards says beet western yellow virus has “blindsided” croppers, but a potential solution is being stifled by political gamesmanship.
2:47 PM Australia has re-stated its commitment to reduce its carbon emissions by 5 per cent below 2000 levels by 2020, writes Nick O'Malley
12:00 AM The Herald's picture editors showcase the best images from around the globe.
21 Sep 14 Pacific island nations that supported Australia's bid for the UN Security Council feel let down by its stance on climate change, says the foreign minister of the Marshall Islands.
21 Sep 14 US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew has predicted Russian President Vladimir Putin will face an icy reception at the G20 leaders meeting in Brisbane in November if hostilities with...
20 Sep 14 An Australian pilot is one of three people killed when their plane crashed in Papua New Guinea on Saturday.
20 Sep 14 Addressing the United Nations Security Council, the US Secretary of State, John Kerry, has singled out Australia for thanks for its commitment of forces to combat Islamic State militants...
20 Sep 14 Edinburgh: So Scotland stays in the United Kingdom. But what next? The nation has been left bitter, divided and with difficult decisions to make and promises to fulfil.
19 Sep 14 The United Kingdom faces its biggest political revolution in centuries as David Cameron announces constitutional shake-up in wake of Scots rejecting independence.
19 Sep 14 Washington has been "communicating" with its arch-enemy Tehran, but so far its advances have been spurned.
19 Sep 14 Terrorist sympathisers in Australia were foiled plotting "an extravaganza of brutality" the US Secretary of State, John Kerry, has told Congress as he gave testimony in support of the...
19 Sep 14 Scotland is holding a referendum on whether is should exit the United Kingdom, ending a union with England that has been in place for more than three centuries. Fairfax Media will be...
18 Sep 14 In a battle of the heavyweights, the gloves are off as former British prime minister Gordon Brown pounds his point in favour of the Union and Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond...
18 Sep 14 Scots have been threatened with a health service crisis, financial panic and a defence nightmare if they vote to go it alone, as the independence campaign enters its passionate, bitter...
18 Sep 14 It was a battle of the barnstormers overnight, as the heavyweights of the Yes and No campaigns pulled out all the rhetorical stops for the final bout of the Scotland independence referendum.
18 Sep 14 Barack Obama has again declared he would not commit ground troops to battle against Islamic State militants as the US House of Representatives backs his plan to arm and train Syrian rebels.
18 Sep 14 The Herald's picture editors showcase the best images from around the globe.
18 Sep 14 How did things get to this point? Who's winning? All your questions about Scottish independence answered.
18 Sep 14 Americans will again go to the polls in just under two months for a midterm election that neither party is fighting on sure footing.
17 Sep 14 Edinburgh: Scots have been threatened with a health service crisis, financial panic and a defence nightmare if they vote to go it alone, as the independence campaign enters its...
A British man has returned to the murder scene of two of his fellow backpackers on a scenic Thai resort island and is being questioned by police.
17 Sep 14 A British man has returned to the murder scene of two of his fellow backpackers on a scenic Thai resort island and is being questioned by police.
17 Sep 14 Zeitoun enters the classroom that is now home to more than a dozen people and sits beside me. "For one month and eight days I was in the hands of ISIL," she says.
17 Sep 14 Police leads into the slaying of two British tourists on a Thai resort island have collapsed, as the ruling junta warned the country is not always safe for foreign visitors.
17 Sep 14 In saying during a Senate hearing that he could imagine recommending that US troops engage in combat against Islamic State militants, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs did not so much...
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Indeed, well done, AACo. Now watch tte live export sycophants do all they can to make it go
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D8 think you have mixed your metaphors talking is the easy part walking is the hard part, as in
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Oh dear deregul8, I cant believe how this deregulated wheat market has now failed you. You put
THE future of a family butcher shop that has built a strong reputation, business connection and customer base for more than 40 years is assured thanks to succession planning.19 Sep 14 THE future of a family butcher shop that has built a strong reputation, business connection and customer base for...
The annual National Cutting Horse Association’s Victorian Futurity was held during five days last week at Tatura Park, Tatura and showed some of the best cutting action seen in the country.19 Sep 14 The annual National Cutting Horse Association’s Victorian Futurity was held during five days last week at Tatura...