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The widower of Australian author Colleen McCullough has been granted control of her multi-million dollar estate after a bitter court dispute.
McCullough, who died in 2015, was best known for her 1977 international best-selling novel The Thorn Birds.
On Friday, a court in Sydney ruled that she had intended to leave her estate to her husband, Ric Robinson, and not a
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