Liberal Fiona Scott and Labor frontbencher Jason Clare agree more needs to be done to reach out to young Muslim people to limit radicalisation.

NSW man charged with murder

A man has been charged with the murder of Saif Jouda, who was fatally shot after answering a late-night knock at the front door in Sydney's west in April.
Political and community leaders have urged those who don't like Australian values to leave ahead of a small rally outside Parramatta mosque on Friday.
Hundreds of police officers will monitor a Bendigo rally organised by an anti-Islamic group protesting the construction of a mosque.
A man has collapsed and died during the first day of a 100km charity walk in Western Australia.
Search aircraft have located the body of a snorkeller who went missing in Western Australia's Coral Bay.
An anti-Islamic group is holding a rally in Bendigo against the building of a mosque, which will be met by counter protests and a large police presence.
Every day close to 40,000 girls worldwide are forced into marriage when they should be in secondary school, CARE warns.
Streets have been blocked off and 75 police officers have been deployed with about 300 anti-Islamic protesters expected to rally near Parramatta mosque.
A Melbourne man charged with killing his mother should be urgently returned to a secure psychiatric hospital, a magistrate says.
The chairman of the Parramatta mosque, Neil El-Kadomi, says he has nothing to hide and that Muslims who reject Australian values should 'get out'.

Whale dead off SA coast

A whale has been found dead in the shallows off a popular surf beach in SA, prompting fears great white sharks could go after the carcass.
Malcolm Turnbull has admitted he's operated a private email account for years but says he doesn't use if for classified government information.
Victorian firefighters have saved several homes and pets from the bushfire burning through Lancefield. They also saved two Harley Davidson motorbikes and a horse.

Fire approaches central Qld homes

A fast-moving bushfire is approaching properties in the small region of Kinkuna, south of Bundaberg, with residents warned to consider evacuating.

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