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Immigration Minister Scott Morrison has given evidence at an inquiry into the treatment of children in detention centres, which has heard that the average length...
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James Foley's captors sent his family a rambling email threatening to kill him just a week before making public a video of his execution.
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Who knew that having sex on the beach — or other far-flung tourist destinations — could be so complicated?
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Cronulla skipper Paul Gallen is believed to be among 10 current NRL players to have accepted doping bans from ASADA on Friday.
Stay-up-to-date with the latest information on the ongoing Gaza conflict.
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Religious leaders from across the country will gather to show solidarity with the Muslim community amidst controversy over incorrect comment that Australia 'will...
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An unconscious koala has had a lucky escape after firefighters caught it in a blanket when it fell out of a tree before wildlife rescuers gave lifesaving mouth-to...
Dingos are on the brink of extinction; most of the animals we think are dingos are in fact crossbred with wild dogs. This family run a dingo conservation park to...

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It's a relatively new invention—is it time to shave another day off?
Indigenous rangers in the APY Lands are burning as much buffel grass as they can in an effort to save a rare, black-footed rock wallaby.
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Hey dads, put down that briefcase and pick up a Swiffer — that is, if you want your daughter to be an auto mechanic or a police officer.
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Jailed Australian journalist Peter Greste has filed an appeal against his conviction in Egypt, having been jailed for alleged ties with Islamists.
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Wiesnkoenig, the official supplier of lederhosen for the Munich Oktoberfest, is hoping its fashion-forward take on traditional German clothing takes off in...
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