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Prime Minister Tony Abbott says no public sector - including the ABC and SBS - is exempt from the search for savings.
A propaganda video allegedly released by the Islamic State terror group shows child soldiers shooting guns and pledging allegiance to the organisation at a...
In October this year more people arrived from Australia than went there from New Zealand, and Prime Minister John Key says it's `a big milestone'.
There are concerns that Israel's move to put in law the country's status as 'the national homeland of Jewish people' could see sanctioned discrimination against...
Iggy Azalea has taken out the gong for best rap/hip-hop album, telling the audience at Los Angeles' Nokia Theatre it's the first award she has ever won.
A mother has admitted to police that she left her newborn baby in a stormwater drain in western Sydney, prompting calls for hospitals to introduce baby hatches.
A US man has confirmed his status as the top competitive eater in the world by consuming 4.24kg of turkey in 10 minutes.

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Mining heiress Gina Rinehart says too much government regulation is hurting Australians, small businesses and the economy.
More than 400 people are set to lose their jobs as Australia’s public broadcasters face millions of dollars in funding cuts.
The Salvation Army is feeling the wrath of Australia's debilitating ice problem with a 122 per cent spike in Sydney users of the drug seeking their help.
Senator Jacqui Lambie has resigned from the Palmer United Party, pledging to put Tasmania first.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott says no public sector - including the ABC and SBS - is exempt from the search for savings.
A mother has admitted to police that she left her newborn baby in a stormwater drain in western Sydney, prompting calls for hospitals to introduce baby hatches.
Surgeons from around the world have started traveling to Australia for training at a new institute specialising in restoring hearing with cochlear implants.
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Students protested in London overnight, rallying against higher education fee hikes.
A massive snowstorm stranded motorists, canceled flights and left at least eight people dead in the northeastern United States, officials said Wednesday.

India's Modi tours Canberra

India and Australia have committed to a free-trade agreement by the end of 2015, a pledge unveiled during Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Parliament House on Tuesday.
The 39th Annual Westchester Cat Show is produced by the Westchester Feline Club in White Plains, New York on November 15, 2014.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has received a ceremonial welcome at Parliament House in Canberra.
Enthusiastic supporters of the Indian Prime Minister have taken a 12 hour train journey from Melbourne to Sydney to hear him speak.
Thousands of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transsexuals (LGBT) march through the streets of Buenos Aires for the annual Gay Pride parade.
G20 leaders have met some of Australia's furry critters ahead of talks in Brisbane.
US President Obama was greeted with rapturous applause at the University of Queensland. He has used a speech at the G20 summit to underline the common challenges facing the US and countries in the Asia Pacific region.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has hosted the G20 leaders at a retreat and barbecue lunch before the summit kicks off on Saturday afternoon.