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Reports and a photograph have emerged of what is said to be the remains of a suitcase washed ashore on an island where possible MH370 debris was found.
Journalist Peter Greste and his Al Jazeera colleagues are frustrated as an Egypt court postponed the verdict in their retrial, leaving them in limbo.
The crowd at Perth Stadium might have made a lot of noise, but it's nowhere near as loud as the rally of support that is now being thrown behind Adam Goodes.
The Immigration Department denies it allowed three men working at the Manus Island detention centre to return to Australia to escape rape allegations.
Marcela Castaneda, who fatally stabbed her abusive fiance after he choked her and chased her through their home, has been found not guilty of manslaughter.

Bishop says sorry but won't resign

The Finance Department is now investigating all of Speaker Bronwyn Bishop's expense claims, but despite apologising, she won't step down from the role.
A lower Australian dollar is helping to encourage tourists into the country, where they spent a record $32.5 billion.

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More than a third of the world's refugees live in refugee camps, often without adequate food or services.
Mel Gibson has announced his new film 'Hacksaw Ridge', starring Andrew Garfield and Vince Vaughn, will be shot in NSW.
A US police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man has been charged with murder after a grand jury investigation.
After three decades of hunting, detectives investigating Sydney's notorious Family Law Court murders have charged an ageing ex-firefighter with the crimes.
Some Australians say asylum seekers who arrive by boat are "jumping the queue" by not coming to Australia through approved channels. Is it true?
After insisting on a 'rapid determination of guilt' for those behind the MH17 disaster, Russia has block a United Nations probe into who was responsible.
Marcela Castaneda, who fatally stabbed her abusive fiance after he choked her and chased her through their home, has been found not guilty of manslaughter.

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The New Zealand government invited members of the public to submit flag designs as part of its push to change the nation's flag. Four will be selected out of the thousands submitted and the public will be able to vote on the best one later this year.
From its front desk to the porter, a hotel in southwestern Japan is "manned" almost entirely by robots to save on labour costs.
A U.S. spacecraft sailed past Pluto in the most distant reaches of the solar system on Tuesday, capping a journey of 4.88 billion km that began nine and a half years ago.
This year, SBS is celebrating the 40th anniversary of SBS Radio. What began in 1975 as a three-month experiment with eight languages is now a national multimedia broadcaster, with radio going out in 74 languages, over the airwaves and online.

On location in New Zealand

Go behind the scenes of Alex de Jong's story on New Zealand's changing gang culture.
A newly-refurbished Hello Kitty theme park has opened in China. When it first opened in November 2014, the ambitious amusement park was subjected to a barrage of abuse from critics, who were unimpressed with its design and layout.

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A gallery of photos from the Pink Sari campaign in New South Wales.
People around the world have celebrated with pride marches following the US Supreme Court's ruling that same-sex couples would have the right to marry nationwide.

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Tens of thousands of anti-austerity protesters massed outside Britain's parliament on Saturday to demonstrate against the newly re-elected Conservative government's plans for further public spending cuts.