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The federal government is being urged to help Australian aid groups struggling in Gaza by calling on both Israel and Hamas to stop military hostilities.
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Vodafone continues to lose customers

Vodafone lost a further 137,000 mobile subscribers in the six months to June 30, in spite of previous claims that growth would resume in 2014.
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Vic man charged over disappearance

A Victorian man has been charged with kidnapping after the suspicious disappearance of another man man two weeks ago.
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SA child protection set for shake-up

Premier Jay Weatherill says everything is on the table as the government considers radical changes to the state's child protection system.
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A woman will face Kununurra Magistrates Court charged with murder over the stabbing death of another woman in a shopping centre car park.
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Joe Hockey believes the federal budget should have been tougher, according to a new book on the Treasurer.
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Tony Abbott has dispatched Governor-General Peter Cosgrove to the Netherlands to receive the bodies of the Australians killed in the MH17 attack.
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott says he's looking forward to working with new Indonesian president Joko Widodo.
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Vic land sales to fund new schools

Sales of schools and police stations will fund new counterparts in Victoria's growth areas, the state's treasurer says.
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Julie Bishop says Australian experts will soon have access to the MH17 crash site in Ukraine, following the UN Security Council vote.
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An Australian man, accused of committing war crimes, has been placed on Interpol's most wanted list.
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John-Paul Langbroek, who led the LNP in opposition, says he has no interest in leading the party again should Campbell Newman lose his seat.
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Melbourne man Robert Edward Cerantonio who is suspected of using the internet to urge people to join jihad in Iraq and Syria has touched down in Australia.
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An 33-year-old man alleged to have robbed an electronics store was arrested when he returned to his broken-down car to find police waiting for him.
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Police are yet to lay charges over the suspected murder of a Queensland mother-of-four who died after suffering head injuries at a home near Gympie.
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