A refugee advocate has been awarded a top business prize for her work helping new arrivals get jobs and resettle in Australia.
After more than 70 years, Australia has agreed to return thousands of Japanese documents seized during World War Two.

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Another parliamentarian falls victim to the dual citizenship saga; Ange Postecoglou quits as Socceroos coach; Robert Mugabe gone as Zimbabwean leader;
One of the most remote communities in the country has welcomed mobile phone coverage for the first time. It's hoped the added connectivity will help boost access...
Freedom of religion is to be examined, with a former government minister appointed to oversee a review of the nation's protections and rights.
Robert Mugabe has resigned as Zimbabwe's president after 37 years after the country's parliament began impeachment proceedings against the 93-year-old.

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The debate over banking royal commission re-ignites; Ange Postecoglou quits as Socceroos coach; Robert Mugabe gone as Zimbabwean leader;
Lawyers, doctors and human rights experts from across Australia are calling to raise the age to which children can be held criminally liable.
Living half a world away from the unfolding political events in Zimbabwe doesn't make it any less personal for 24 year old Kuda Mangoma.His father, Elton Mangoma,...

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Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe resigns; criticism over the delay in parliament sitting; nearly 40 per cent of Indigenous workers face discrimination or harassment
The Wage Theft in Australia report alleges that a quarter of international students are paid about half the legal minimum wage. The National Tertiary Education...
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Maurice Longbottom was once told by an NRL club that he was too small to play rugby league. Now he's on the verge of playing Rugby Sevens for Australia.
A national conference has been debating ways to advance multiculturalism in Australia amid a rise in hate speech and far-right movements.

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The government flags tax cuts to middle-income earners; The United States designates North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism; Former Nationals deputy leader...
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