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Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has spoken out about a sexual assault allegation dating back to the 1980s after being cleared by Victoria Police.
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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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Indonesia's Constitutional Court has begun handing down the verdict to a challenge to the election win that handed the presidency to Joko Widodo.
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A New York man was awarded $10 million ($10.77 million AUD) after spending 16 years in prison for a murder he did not commit, his lawyer said Wednesday.
A rugby team with South American roots is promising to bring some salsa to the game.
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