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The Australian Federal Police has issued arrest warrants for two Australians believed to be fighting with terrorists in Syria and Iraq.
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Most relationship breakdowns are not ending in lawyers at 10 paces, new research shows.
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The Economic Regulation Authority has recommended retail trading hours be further deregulated in WA, sparking an uproar from independent grocers.
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Australian and Dutch police remain frustrated over a lack of access to the MH17 crash site in eastern Ukraine but Tony Abbott is hopeful.
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Another tiger handler at Australia Zoo on the Sunshine Coast has been bitten, this time on the leg by a 130kg Sumatran called Juma.
Standard & Poor's has affirmed Australia's AAA credit rating, anticipating the government will reach compromises in getting its budget through the Senate.
A man who was forced to drive more than 100km up the NSW coast told a witness he had been kidnapped and hijacked.
Victorian Premier Denis Napthine says Daniel Andrews' explanation of Labor's role in the Baillieu tape affair is unbelievable.
Gina Rinehart says Australia's high costs need to be addressed if it is to compete internationally, starting with the scrapping of the MRRT.
Freedom of information documents show a $330,000 room purpose-built for border security media briefings in Canberra features an $800 doorknob.
The consumer watchdog has vowed to aggressively use its powers to force reluctant companies to pass on savings from the carbon tax repeal.
The Supreme Court has overturned findings of corruption against RAMS Home Loans founder John Kinghorn but upheld those against four associates.
At least three whales have been caught in shark nets off the Gold Coast this month, including a humpback freed off Kirra Beach on Tuesday.
The case against former Speaker Peter Slipper shows no member of parliament is above the law, says Tony Abbott.
A severe weather warning has been issued for much of Victoria as a cold front approaches the state.

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