Treasurer Scott Morrison says his first budget is one of "continued discipline" rather than electoral sweeteners.
A man suffering from kidney failure and dehydration who has also lost three toes has been pulled from the rubble two weeks after the quake in Ecuador.
The NSW Environment Minister wants to almost wipe out the brumbies in the Kosciuszko National Park.
Barack Obama has drawn plenty of laughs with his barbed remarks to a Washington ballroom filled with journalists, politicians, and celebrities.
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As Queensland suffers through its fourth year of drought, the residents of Longreach say they are the forgotten victims of the big dry.
A new advertising campaign will aim to reduce the high rates of tobacco smoking among indigenous Australians.

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Security forces have fired teargas and bullets into the air to try to stop more protesters from entering Baghdad's Green Zone.
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Airstrikes have bombarded Aleppo for a ninth day, as the Syrian government launched a plan it said was aimed at preserving a wider ceasefire.
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