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South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill says the states are being left to "swim alone" now that the Turnbull government has backed away from a GST hike.
The UN Security Council president has condemned North Korea's rocket launch as a "serious violation", and promised punitive action.
A Sydney teenager is gaining international support in her bid to become the world's first hijab-wearing ballerina, but she's also facing a number of challenges.
An emergency warning has been issued for a bushfire burning in WA's Shire of Harvey.
Rescuers are looking for signs of life as authorities say 120 people are trapped in the rubble of a Taiwan apartment complex that collapsed in an earthquake.
The immigration department has referred the leaking of a draft national security document to the Australian Federal Police for investigation.
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Christmas Island has a long, often dark, Chinese history that spans more than 100 years of phosphate mining.
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