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WSFM Breaking News Tuesday December 5 2017

HERE'S WHAT'S MAKING NEWS TODAY:

Violent clashes have broken out between rival protesters in Melbourne at an event for alt-right speaker Milo Yiannopoulos.

Police had to use pepper spray to break up the groups with punches thrown and people hit with the handle of a Nazi flag.

Ant-fascist groups chanted "F off Nazis" while supporters of the controversial commentator were waving Trump flags and wearing red "Make America Great Again" caps.

Yiannopoulos is visiting Parliament House in Canberra today at the invitation of Liberal Democrats Senator David Leyonhjelm with extra security measure's to be in place.

A new NSW school teacher has used a legal loophole to get away with sleeping with a student multiple times.

The 49-year-old convinced the state's highest court that the 17-year-old wasn't technically under his care because he didn't have any classes with her anymore.

He'd taught her earlier in her time at high school.

The Attorney General is now looking at introducing new laws to protect students.

An elderly woman is in a serious condition after being mauled by one of her own dogs in Sydney's west.

The 78-year-old was trying to stop her three dogs from fatally mauling a fourth at her home in Greendale.

She has serious injuries to her arms, legs and back the three dogs will be seized by council and put down today.

A man's been bashed over the head with a hammer at a house in Whalan.

The 27-year-old was attacked during an argument last night before being rushed to hospital, where he's in a stable condition.

A 31-year-old man has been charged and will front court on Monday.

And Amazon has finally launched in Australia overnight.

It went live just after midnight, there are some good bargains on there but a lot of products are the same price, or more expensive than in stores.

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